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Russian military launches own ‘closed internet’ for classified data exchange – report
Anything that is connected can be broken into and therefore is not safe,” he said.
Americans have had quite a lot of holes in their network. They were changing network protocols on-the-go and besides, they had a lot of separate networks for every branch of forces and lastly – their system has too many connection points with the internet, which raises the danger of unsecure access,” he said.
As far as I understand, Edward Snowden has been working for one of the NSA’s subcontractors and had access to this network which allowed him to gain access to the data that he made public. I hope our people have not made similar mistakes when they planned the network and that they have taken additional security measures.”
At the time of our news cast we were not sure if this was a war game or not but has been confirmed to be a war game. Moving Russian Yars RS-24 ICBM's across the Yogar river. getting closer to the European borders. Russia gives NATO a taste of the ir own medicine.
Russia to regard Belgian strikes in Aleppo as support for Nusra if no criticism follows
19 October, 2016
Moscow expects the US-led coalition and Belgium, in particular, as well as all the international institutions to give an adequate response to the airstrike that caused civilian casualties Moscow expects the US-led coalition to provide an adequate response to the Belgian Air Force’s bombing of Aleppo, Russia’s Foreign Ministry’s spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on Wednesday.
“We have information on the US-led coalition’s airstrikes, particularly the Belgian Air Force’s bombing of Aleppo’s civil infrastructure, with civilian casualties having been reported,” she said.
“We expect the US-led coalition and Belgium, in particular, as well as all the international institutions, who have been so deeply concerned about the Russian Aerospace Force air raids, especially about alleged strikes on civilian targets, to provide an adequate response,” Zakharova said.
“We believe that this fact cannot be ignored.” “If no one comments on it, then we will conclude that the real concern is not about the plight of Aleppo’s civilians,” the diplomat added.
“This media buzz is aimed at protecting Jabhat al-Nusra (terrorist group outlawed in Russia) and preventing the Russian Aerospace Forces from eliminating the terrorist groups in Aleppo.”
“There can be no other explanation. If no direct condemnation of the US-led coalition, the Belgian Air Force actions follows, then we will have to consider it as an attempt to shield the terrorist groups active on Syria’s territory,” Zakharova stressed.
On October 18, Russia’s Reconciliation Center in Syria reported the Hassadjek village had been battered by an airstrike which left six people dead and four injured.
At that time, there were no Russian Aerospace Forces or Syrian Air Force aircraft in the area in question while Belgian F-16 fighter jets were detected. Source