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unter diesem Namen sind ja seit 1998 angeblich russische Hacker ständig
in Pentagon- und andere wichtige Rechner eingedrungen - man weiss bis
heute nicht, wer dahinter steckt. 

George Smith, vielfach bekannt als Autor des Crypt-Newsletter und
Infowar-Hype-Zerpflücker par excellence
(, hat eine amüsant zu lesende Satire
dazu geschrieben, mit viel Poststrukturalismus zwischen den Zeilen und
netten Filmanspielungen.

Viel Spaß, 


Crypt Newsletter special, 11.7.2001:

"The Thing In the Maze -- Everyone loves a good
monster story and the Pentagon's Moonlight Maze
is one of the best of all time. Undying and ghostly,
it has risen from the grave again and again to
become the political equivalent of a Swiss army
knife -- used to rationalize the creation of
cyber-FEMA's, used to bolster send-more-money
pleas, and now -- to explain why the Freedom of
Information Act is to be amended.

This one has it all! High Cold War rhetoric,
arms races, secrets, the sinister legions of 
Dr. Fu Man-Tzu, invisible Russkies and a stack of 
copier paper three times the size of the Washington 

What's not to like?

This one has to be seen on the Web -- ASCII whitebread doesn't
rival the HTML mark-up. And don't miss Cmdr. Jimmy John 
Jameson's dramatic call to arms -- captured in MP3 format."

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