[cryptome] Re: Art of Deception 3: How to do a dead letter drop and dispose of some secrets; when one can't get through the door of a Condominium

  • From: Shaun O'Connor <capricorn8159@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: cryptome@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 18 Jan 2015 14:06:39 +0000

and of course there is the 600 page odd e book entitled "untangling the
web" which the NSA released.(last publicly available edition is 2007)


be aware though , that several of the links in the doc are either dead
or changed.(or probably made up)



On 18/01/2015 13:28, doug wrote:
> http://www.embassypages.com/missions/embassy16000/
> It is amazing how easy it can be to find an address.  One just types
> the keywords "What is the address and telephone number of the Iranian
> Mission in Vienna"  and Abracadbra...up it comes.  One can even get
> access to telephone numbers of various people and can phone them up to
> make an appointment.  One could even do this way back at the beginning
> of the 21st century.
> Amazing research tool, the internet and Google or other search
> engines, when used with the minimum of intelligence and thought. Now
> why didn't the CIA and their agent in Vienna think of that...
> Wrapping up secret plans in newspapers and dropping them through the
> letter box indeed...
> One couldn't make it up.
> I do like it when the US government prosecutes its agents and
> reporters who are alleged to be giving away the nations secrets and
> jeopordising the lives of agents abroad.  One can see why they don't
> like doing it...All that evidence of top level, high
> intelligence,being made public, all that well thought out tradecraft
> being revealed.  I dare say that the rest of the world is learning
> from their mistakes and NOT following their example...but such is the
> logic of human beings, that one never knows...
> Dougie.


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