Wednesday, April 12, 2006

Afghan shops hold the key

Computer drives stolen from military

Drives including the social security number of 4 generals were stolen from secured locations and they are being sold right in public. The shop keepers who were selling them could care less about what was on them all they wanted was the heavy cash people were willing to pay for them. But its not like these disks contain battle plans for the up-coming offensive, just personal stuff. The idea is to find out how they were stolen and who was it that gained access. Everybody loses things but when these guys do it could possibly cost lives. That's pressure.


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