Electronic implants, Wikileaks Vault 8, victims of organized gang stalking, hive mind, and honeypits.

ROGS loves the Constitutional guarantees of due process, and ROGS loves America. I am pathetic that way~the grand American delusion is so appealing.

BUT: The DVIC is actually a war on speakers and words, and without a doubt, the first amendment itsel is a target of neocon and tribal, religious interests.

I have been gang stalked since the DVIC was birthed into our lives in 1993, and became severely gang stalked after I broke a nation wide story in 2003-4 about how America’s agencies manufacture terrorists by occluding access to civil rights and due process.

To journalists, researchers, and others interested in answering the many questions that are presented in the “bizarre”online dialectic of gang stalking, here below is how the CIA (and every other IC agency, private contractor, and the FBI) uses the term “electronic implants,” which describes covert hacking techniques, and plausible deniability in exploitation of targeted computers, targeted computer networks, and targeted individuals.

Without a single doubt, this is empirical evidence of CIA operations on US soil, and anywhere else where OGS is taking place. And,it single handedly validates the inherent missioncreep of the WOT redirecting and exploiting domestic targets.

Electronic implants and gang stalking, courtesy of Wikileaks, and Julian Assange, who is literally being isolated, and denied visitation from other people as I write this. And, the American/FVEY deep state has worked tirelessly to force Ecaudor to revoke his asylum.

Isolation, you will recall, is ALSO a major threat/complaint/”delusion” of targeted individuals

The Hive mind in the gang stalkung dialectic online, from Wikileaks.

Hive
9 November, 2017

Today, 9 November 2017, WikiLeaks publishes the source code and development logs to Hive, a major component of the CIA infrastructure to control its malware.

Hive solves a critical problem for the malware operators at the CIA. Even the most sophisticated malware implant on a target computer is useless if there is no way for it to communicate with its operators in a secure manner that does not draw attention. Using Hive even if an implant is discovered on a target computer, attributing it to the CIA is difficult by just looking at the communication of the malware with other servers on the internet. Hive provides a covert communications platform for a whole range of CIA malware to send exfiltrated information to CIA servers and to receive new instructions from operators at the CIA.

Hive can serve multiple operations using multiple implants on target computers. Each operation anonymously registers at least one cover domain (e.g. “perfectly-boring-looking-domain.com”) for its own use. The server running the domain website is rented from commercial hosting providers as a VPS (virtual private server) and its software is customized according to CIA specifications. These servers are the public-facing side of the CIA back-end infrastructure and act as a relay for HTTP(S) traffic over a VPN connection to a “hidden” CIA server called ‘Blot’.

The cover domain delivers ‘innocent’ content if somebody browses it by chance. A visitor will not suspect that it is anything else but a normal website. The only peculiarity is not visible to non-technical users – a HTTPS server option that is not widely used: Optional Client Authentication. But Hive uses the uncommon Optional Client Authentication so that the user browsing the website is not required to authenticate – it is optional. But implants talking to Hive do authenticate themselves and can therefore be detected by the Blot server. Traffic from implants is sent to an implant operator management gateway called Honeycomb (see graphic above) while all other traffic go to a cover server that delivers the insuspicious content for all other users.

Digital certificates for the authentication of implants are generated by the CIA impersonating existing entities. The three examples included in the source code build a fake certificate for the anti-virus company Kaspersky Laboratory, Moscow pretending to be signed by Thawte Premium Server CA, Cape Town. In this way, if the target organization looks at the network traffic coming out of its network, it is likely to misattribute the CIA exfiltration of data to uninvolved entities whose identities have been impersonated.

The documentation for Hive is available from the WikiLeaks Vault7 series.
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And-I hope the dood doctors like David V. James, and Lorraine Sheridan-and certainly Dr. Mike Wood, dont get to caught up in the echo chamber as wasps and bees of all kinds swarm them for commentary in these matters.

But OGS is very real, and puts MHCHAOS and MKULTRA to shame.

Hive
9 November, 2017

Today, 9 November 2017, WikiLeaks publishes the source code and development logs to Hive, a major component of the CIA infrastructure to control its malware.

Hive solves a critical problem for the malware operators at the CIA. Even the most sophisticated malware implant on a target computer is useless if there is no way for it to communicate with its operators in a secure manner that does not draw attention. Using Hive even if an implant is discovered on a target computer, attributing it to the CIA is difficult by just looking at the communication of the malware with other servers on the internet. Hive provides a covert communications platform for a whole range of CIA malware to send exfiltrated information to CIA servers and to receive new instructions from operators at the CIA.

Hive can serve multiple operations using multiple implants on target computers. Each operation anonymously registers at least one cover domain (e.g. “perfectly-boring-looking-domain.com”) for its own use. The server running the domain website is rented from commercial hosting providers as a VPS (virtual private server) and its software is customized according to CIA specifications. These servers are the public-facing side of the CIA back-end infrastructure and act as a relay for HTTP(S) traffic over a VPN connection to a “hidden” CIA server called ‘Blot’.

The cover domain delivers ‘innocent’ content if somebody browses it by chance. A visitor will not suspect that it is anything else but a normal website. The only peculiarity is not visible to non-technical users – a HTTPS server option that is not widely used: Optional Client Authentication. But Hive uses the uncommon Optional Client Authentication so that the user browsing the website is not required to authenticate – it is optional. But implants talking to Hive do authenticate themselves and can therefore be detected by the Blot server. Traffic from implants is sent to an implant operator management gateway called Honeycomb (see graphic above) while all other traffic go to a cover server that delivers the insuspicious content for all other users.

Digital certificates for the authentication of implants are generated by the CIA impersonating existing entities. The three examples included in the source code build a fake certificate for the anti-virus company Kaspersky Laboratory, Moscow pretending to be signed by Thawte Premium Server CA, Cape Town. In this way, if the target organization looks at the network traffic coming out of its network, it is likely to misattribute the CIA exfiltration of data to uninvolved entities whose identities have been impersonated.

The documentation for Hive is available from the WikiLeaks Vault7 series.

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