Have you ever wanted to exchange private and potentially sensitive and classified information in a secure and internationally dispersed fashion? Do you have a lot of experience producing sensitive or potentially classified Intelligence Deliverables including manuals E-books or actual guides including to actually offer practical advice and potentially communicate your knowledge and expertise to a wider invite-only proprietary U.S Intelligence Community audience?
We’re proud to let you know of the general availability of an internationally dispersed proprietary old-school KGB-style dial-in Intranet where users can ultimately exchange propriety and sensitive potentially classified information using secure dial-in access code modems potentially exchanging classified and sensitive information with a wider audience and potentially reaching out and communicating their technical and operational “know-how” to a wider audience.
Among the current sensitive and classified E-books and manuals that are currently available to users of Box.sk’s “Data Paradise” include:
- “Becoming a Cyber Warrior”
- “The Scene – A Brief History of the Cyber Underground”
- “Calling Home – Or When the ECHELON Station Talks Back”
- “Nuclear Cyber War”
- “Exposing KGB Agents”
- “Building a Cyber Warfare Empire”
- “Basic Clandestine Cyber Operations in Cyberspace”
- “How to Track Down Cyber Spies”
The Box.sk’s flagship “Data Paradise” project relies on secure dial-in modems including secure one-time only passphrases and dial-in modem passwords distributed among its users in a secure fashion which are exchanged upon approaching the project owner and coordinator – Dancho Danchev at email@example.com seeking dial-in access codes where users can also make a proper introduction in terms of joining the project.