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#1 totallyAunti

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Posted 16 June 2009 - 09:46 PM

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Edit : I changed my mind on posting what I found. The information it contains it too sensitive so I've decided to report it to someone. Hopefully it'll get taken off the web. Hopefully it was an accident that it was able to be found in a non-password protected area.

Edited by totallyAunti, 17 June 2009 - 05:13 AM.


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Posted 17 June 2009 - 02:39 AM

Sometimes I can't help but wonder if the G0V does this on purpose... I guess we will see what happens with the new CyberSecurity Task Force..

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Posted 17 June 2009 - 05:35 PM

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Edit : I changed my mind on posting what I found. The information it contains it too sensitive so I've decided to report it to someone. Hopefully it'll get taken off the web. Hopefully it was an accident that it was able to be found in a non-password protected area.


I hope your joking, the COOP stuff is common knowledge.

http://www.fema.gov/...ss_training.ppt

and another public file http://www.fema.gov/...tal_records.ppt

Edited by kkirby, 17 June 2009 - 05:36 PM.


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Posted 17 June 2009 - 09:54 PM

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Edit : I changed my mind on posting what I found. The information it contains it too sensitive so I've decided to report it to someone. Hopefully it'll get taken off the web. Hopefully it was an accident that it was able to be found in a non-password protected area.


I hope your joking, the COOP stuff is common knowledge.

http://www.fema.gov/...ss_training.ppt

and another public file http://www.fema.gov/...tal_records.ppt


I just looked at both the .ppt you listed above and I mean I looked at every part of both of them. These aren't even close to what I had posted up. The 2 you listed only speak of COOP in very general terms, unlike what I had posted.

I bet you didn't even look at the entire .ppt I posted that link to. You probably just saw the first page of it and saw COOP and thought, "Oh, I've seen that before" then you didn't read over it any further. I'm thinking this because if you had read all of it you'd see why and how what I linked to was way different than the 2 links you gave, plus it had a lot of sensitive info in it (again, the 2 links you gave here doesn't contain either of these things since both are very generalized).

The 2 .ppt links you've given here contain only very generalized non-sensitive stuff, unlike what I linked to. No wonder I removed it and am glad I did. There are just some things that are for those who "need to know" only and no one else, like putting up peoples personal contact info and login I.D's and showing which sensitive systems it goes to. The 2 links you gave here have nothing like this anywhere.

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Posted 18 June 2009 - 05:20 AM

COOP-Comms-Plan-********.ppt

I have it, *sigh* I was briefed on it offically, it's nothing new and most of it is outdated since there have been new standards, etc etc.

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Posted 18 June 2009 - 08:21 AM

Eh why not

I'll post the full links

https://secureapp2.h...HDJ-15Aug07.ppt

https://secureapp2.h...munications.doc

https://secureapp2.h..... Services.pdf

https://secureapp2.h.....tion Plan.pdf

https://secureapp2.h...Awareness-2.ppt

https://secureapp2.h...mmer-Safety.ppt
https://secureapp2.h...20Emergency.ppt

https://secureapp2.h...operability.pdf

https://secureapp2.h...Q-2-26-2007.doc

https://secureapp2.h.....nd Alerts.ppt

https://secureapp2.h...-Bulletin-3.pdf

and etc, you should be able to find more yourself if you look around.

BTW: this infomaiton is not even regarded as secret. Everyone knows about it, and its commonly handed out. It's like walking into a Walmart and picking up the phamplet on pharmacy generics which are only 1$ each. Thats how secured this is.

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Posted 18 June 2009 - 03:22 PM

Thanks for the links, was kinda pissed when I saw he removed the files because it contained 'sensitive information' If they're on the web, than it can't be *that* sensitive. And if it is... well wtf, you're on a damn hacker forum :/ If its on the web, then who are you to judge the sensitivity of it?

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Posted 18 June 2009 - 06:26 PM

Not that anything found was "secretive", but isn't looking for something that possibly was off limits seem like kinda a bad idea with words like "pentagon" and "military" involved? Just sayin ^_^

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Posted 18 June 2009 - 06:39 PM

Not that anything found was "secretive", but isn't looking for something that possibly was off limits seem like kinda a bad idea with words like "pentagon" and "military" involved? Just sayin ^_^



He's just afraid the fed be breaking down his door because he found a link through google.

It's an open directory for a reason for the past 5 years, la di da. The infomation is not secured. Never has been.

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Posted 18 June 2009 - 08:23 PM

inurl:mil filetype:pdf

inurl:gov filetype:pdf


:/

Couple easy google dorks and a couple pages of searching, and you'll probably find something somewhat interesting. The point is, if its on google, then quit worrying. If the feds bust down your door, they'll have a hard time actually doing anything. Might be a nice pain in the ass, but you think if they really take it to court and are like 'this guy googled us and found a powerpoint we had open to the public, but didn't mean to' they're gonna get anywhere?




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