What is the Cyber Industrial Complex? Everything you do online is the CI-C, the videos you watch or post,  your twitter likes and Facebook likes, your phone calls both domestically and abroad, your emails, your text messages, what you search online, what Operating System you use and what your cellphone sees and hears are all monitored and stored meaning this doesn’t go anywhere and it is in fact a detailed story of your life that can be pieced together decade by decade all by monitoring your online activities. They not only monitor and store your data but they filter your web searches meaning when you search in Google you don’t have the world-wide web at your fingertips as was previously presumed it’s actually a small portion of the actual word wide web.

Right now the United States Government taps into deep underwater cables that connect us to Europe and Asia basically any data, text emails and phone calls are collected and stored. Why is your government doing this you might ask , well because of terrorism, now don’t you feel safe? Below we will name the companies that profit from this mass surveillance right here in America.

“Everyone has a few screws loose and once in a while one might wiggle loose and fall out, let’s just hope I don’t have a keyboard when one drops. To whom it may concern the WEDA Coalition hereby releases into the depths of a so called free society this information and if you don’t like it then fuck you and whole you breached” -Ibfehtkcuf (founder of The WEDA Coalition)


Blue Coat : Located in California creates corporate network filters which have been use in Syria by the Syrian Regime to censor the internet and spy on dissidents. It was illegal for Blue Coat to sell directly to Syria due to the sanctions the United States has placed on Syria. They got around this by selling their product to a company in India which then sold it to the Syrian Regime but its disgusting that a company right here in the United States is profiting and contributing to the humanitarian crisis in Syria and the suffering of innocence.

DigiTask : Based in Germany designed software that is unknowingly installed on a users computer by taking advantage of newly found defects known as “Zero Day Exploits” this software can steal encryption keys allowing law enforcement eavesdrop on your activities in real-time unbeknownst to the user. These are the same “Zero Day Exploits” that Harold Thomas Martin the new NSA leaker who worked at the same consulting firm as Edward Snowden Booze Allen Hamilton released to the public and he is now under arrest after FBI raided his home. These were also used in the attack the Security Software company RSA a U.S. defence contractor and further begs the question as to why it is perfectly okay for the FBI and other government agencies to hack our devices without warrant violating our constitution rights without fear of consequences all under veil of national securty? Releasing to the public exactly how the Federal goverment is committing constitutional infractions on a daily basis is frowned upon in this establishment.

Paladion : Based in India designed software that can crack encrypted banking transactions and Gmail messages. Paladion provides professional and managed security services in India and internationally. Its professional security services include security assurance, consulting, compliance, governance, testing, monitoring, and management. It also provides managed network, application, and process level security assessments and testing services; and managed GRC services, such as ISMS maintenance, risk analysis  policy design, managing installed security products, reviewing policy adherence, regulatory and compliance reporting, incident response and management, project management, product implementation support, and user training and awareness. In addition, the company offers security. Nowhere in Paladion’s  description does it say that their software can crack encrypted banking transactions or Gmail messages. Although we cannot confirm it but it is my personal opinion that Paladion is the unnamed company in which BlueCoat sold their surveillance equipment to bypass U.S. sanctions and the prohibition of trade with Syria.


GlimmerGlass : Based in Hayward, California has disigned equipment that can help government agencies secretly tap into undersea cables that convey all phone calls and data between continents according to Eric King a human rights advisor to Privacy International. The following is what GlimmerGlass describes as their mission, Glimmerglass is the leading supplier of SDN enabled Intelligent Optical Switching and Management solutions. Our purely optical, photonic switching systems enable telecom service providers, government agencies, enterprises and data network equipment labs worldwide to rapidly and remotely create, monitor, reconfigure and protect optical paths in their networks. Using Glimmerglass systems, customers reduce OPEX, provide faster provisioning, increase automation, and increase network availability. Once again there is no mention of how this company taps into undersea cables and mines all data and phone calls that goes across them.

SS8 : Is located in Milpitas, California they designed a product called Intellego that allows security forces, federal, state and local agencies to see what you see in real-time including target’s draft-only emails, attached files pictures and videos on any device you own including state”Smart TV and your child’s V-Tech

I2 : Of McLean Virginia makes two products used by police and other government agencies called CopLink and Analysis Notebook that allows the authorities to make sense of reams of data.

The NSA has said “We ID those who connect to the internet to get rid of anonymity.” Jerry Brito Attorney and senior research fellow of the Mercatus Center at George Mason University responds to what the NSA said “sure that would probably make networks more secure but its also what we’d call a police state” We use social media sites on a daily basis and they are the states greatest surveillance tool the NSA pays these corporations like Google, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and others hundreds of millions of dollars for unprecedented access to their communications networks. Both the NSA and the FBI admitted on 60 minutes to getting rid of virtually every other program they used to track and monitor people, now they just use Facebook or Twitter.


“It turns surveillance into a revenue stream” Marc Rotenburg the Executive Director of the Electronic Privacy Information Center told the Washington Post “and thats not the way its suppose to work” he added. At a conference in August of 2013 former NSA Direct Michael Hayden said the following “The internet wasnt built to be protected…and that remains in the architecture in todays World Wide Web, and thats why we’re in the position we’re in” He went on to say ” so those of you in private industry, I guess the point I really want to make to you is the next sound you hear will not be pounding hoofs of th Federal Calvary coming over the nearest ridgeline to your cyber-rescue, your responsible for your own safety” To no surprise these companies took Mr Haydens warning and in the next few years we’ve seen huge corporations bend the rules of the law hiring hackers to do penetration test on their private networks then they turn around and sell the vulnerabilities back to corporate costumers for millions of dollars. The well known Mandiant which uncovered a series of attacks by a branch of China’s Peoples Liberation Army was later hired by the Wall Street Journal and The New York Times after they were attacked. Mandiant’s hackers consult with a number of Fortune 500 companies at a reported rate of $450 an hour.


Former FBI Cyber Lawyer Steven Chabinsky argued at a Cyber Symposium that a company attacked should be able to counter-attack in order to retrieve data. He stated ” It’s virtually accepted that in the physical world you have a right to protect your property without first going to law enforcement” We have corporations like Google and Facebook that use your likes or search engine searches to make millions of dollars and you agree to them making this profit off of you when you agree to the terms and conditions in order to use their services. How many people use Google or Facebook on a daily basis world-wide? The number is almost certainly in the billions and Google makes a reported 250 million dollars of profit from a single user. Releasing our data freely can be good for many things such as medicine, traffic and crime, but there comes a time when we as a public our the victims of constitutional stampeding by our local, state and federal government agencies. Barret Brown, Aaron Swartz, Lauri Love, Jeremy Hammond, Matt DeHart, Chelsea Manning and Marty Gottesfeld are political prisoners prosecuted, tracked, monitored and hunted into silence not because of their actions but rather the message they were spreading. Barret Brown was trying to warn the public in so many ways that the United States goverment has dirty hands with large amounts of real blood on them. He warned the public of the growing Cyber Industrial Complex which is now 150 billion dollar a year industry quietly.


The companies listed above secretly make a fortune off violating our constitutional rights every time we use a device or that the FBI can hack you without your knowledge and the NSA can hand Twitter or Reddit a letter violating their own terms and conditions and your right to privacy all because our government pays them millions of dollars a year to be allowed access to their secure communications networks thus being able to look at your Facebook messages, Twitter Direct Messages, Gmail even a un-sent draft and text messages without warrant or your knowledge. Do you think we wear Guy Fawkes mask and swear ourselves to complete anonymity for the fuck of it? No it’s because goverment surveillance is real and it’s not because anyone has anything to hide its because the constitution states that a mans home is his castle and if my laptop is inside my home then you may not violate my constitutional rights by purusing our devices. We have a right to anonymity so when goverment agencies stop saying things like “we ID those who connect to the internet to get rid of anonymity” we will take our mask off until then each every one of you can collectively go fuck yourselves, the Cyber Industrial Complex is a 150 billion dollar a year company, but your not satisfied you want our privacy as well.


By – @Ibfehtkcuf and zinxnix@securegroup.international

Edited by – @Dapeaple #BBisFeee 11/29/16

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