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  • astcell
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    Originally posted by pezz
    My the wonderful things I miss when I am away on missions...
    After those poor monks again at the Missions?

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  • pezz
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    My the wonderful things I miss when I am away on missions...

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  • Webster
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    Originally posted by Adrenaline
    that secnet11 card has to be the biggest pc card I've ever seen. hehe.
    I bet that baby has nice range.

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  • Adrenaline
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    that secnet11 card has to be the biggest pc card I've ever seen. hehe.

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  • Greenflame
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    i was talking about the software called Fortress 101!,it used by schools and isnt as secure as they claim.Goverment mainframes
    are for the 133t ive been programming and making exploits for over eight years and i cant even touch stuff that secure!.
    i think captain zap was one of the first to ever gain entry to a goverment system!.

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  • Qu|rk
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    Originally posted by EcstacyX
    Anyone in these forums ever heard of Fortress Technologies?.. Supposedly a "AIRTIGHT" Secured Wireless network.

    http://www.fortresstech.com/

    My school used it for a long time. It's very unsecure.. All I had to do to get Administrative rights was to restart explorer.exe, BTW. My school run's Novell Netware (Sad) Too. :) Anyways, They're really moronic. He he he, Peace out.
    The fortress URL you posted... is NOT the Fortress your school is running, unless your school is a military academy with sensitive info, and an assload of wifi. Fortresstech is NOT the maker of Fortress101, the hunk of junk software that schools deploy. Fortresstech is the same group that put together software for the U.S. army's CAISI project, and has been found secure to gov't standards...

    Qu|rk

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  • Greenflame
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    Its used by almost all school systems on the east coast!,and
    it isnt that secure ive read vulnreability reports on it before
    FORTRESS101

    http://www.securitytracker.com/alert...c/1005766.html

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  • Qu|rk
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    Did a bit of browsing on the subject... and all I have to say is wow... Sierra supports many algorithms, and can be programmed with custom ones too... Baton, Saville/Padstone, accordion, firefly, DSS, enhanced firefly, DES (OFB,CFB,ECB), 3DES, and AES as a small start... 3 types of voice processing, 5 types of key management too.. I agree, would be fun to play with, but in order for it to be effective, you'd have to obtain a key from the one you may not want to have it, thus defeating the purpose.

    Quirk-

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  • murakami
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    Originally posted by Chris
    Yes you are referring to SecNet 11 (http://www.govcomm.harris.com/secure...11Briefing.pdf).

    I would give my left nut to play around with those. The use a proprietary schema to encrypt everything, including the MAC Address transmission.

    I have wood just thinking about those.
    I recall a powerpoint about how the packets are encrypted. Do you recall the link.

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  • madhadder
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    Maybe you can get Harris to do a demo/descussion or something
    about this product at the next DC..

    Now that would be totally Kick-Ass...

    Just for Info: This Equip is super expensive, and you must get
    the Key loader (DTD) and keys from the NSA

    PCMCIA Card - $2500 Each
    AP - $1000
    Bridge - $1500

    Each AP/Bridge requires 1 PCMCIA card...
    Last edited by madhadder; January 10, 2004, 17:48.

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  • Chris
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    Originally posted by madhadder
    The REALLY secure stuff, is made by a company called Harris.
    They will only sell you the gear if you are a Military/or 3 Letter
    Govt. Org./ Or are licensed by the NSA....

    All others need not apply...

    Yes you are referring to SecNet 11 (http://www.govcomm.harris.com/secure...11Briefing.pdf).

    I would give my left nut to play around with those. The use a proprietary schema to encrypt everything, including the MAC Address transmission.

    I have wood just thinking about those.

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  • madhadder
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    The REALLY secure stuff, is made by a company called Harris.
    They will only sell you the gear if you are a Military/or 3 Letter
    Govt. Org./ Or are licensed by the NSA....

    All others need not apply...

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  • EcstacyX
    started a topic Fortress Technologies?

    Fortress Technologies?

    Anyone in these forums ever heard of Fortress Technologies?.. Supposedly a "AIRTIGHT" Secured Wireless network.

    http://www.fortresstech.com/

    My school used it for a long time. It's very unsecure.. All I had to do to get Administrative rights was to restart explorer.exe, BTW. My school run's Novell Netware (Sad) Too. :) Anyways, They're really moronic. He he he, Peace out.
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