Archive | Deceive

China’s strategy: infowar, poliwar, lawfare

Deceive spectrum activity at its finest. It doesn’t have to be all political, after all. So China makes dubious legal claims, convinces people that they are real by creating media illusion, and creating political discontent. This is not new, but apparently the west never gave it any great strategic thought… Bet we haven’t given any […]

Fake Data for Real Hackers

“Brown Printing Co., which prints popular magazines and catalogues, knew that it had valuable assets in its computer systems and that those assets — online editions and subscriber databases — were increasingly at risk with the proliferation of cyber-espionage.And so, to confront one of the newest and most damaging crimes, it turned to one of […]

An application example of the DECEIVE spectrum

http://www.projectnova.org/faq/index.html I’m not endorsing this product, though I think they’ve got an innovative concept. Someone let me know how the product actually works. From the perspective of the Orlando Doctrine, however, the description of the application fits neatly into the Deceive spectrum on the Network Use of Force Continuum. It helps from a detection perspective […]

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