re: FBI's Sentinel Project: 5 Lessons Learned
I was talking to my former neighbor, who is a Director at the FBI about this and other issues at the FBI. He investigates labor issues to the Supreme Court, including the recent issue at CostCo, where a bunch of women weren't doing their job and passed up on promotions. It's a sad story for sure, but you'll have to read the supreme court case documents, which will likely be available on Sentinel in a few months when someone figures out how to use the program.
Anyways, James wanted a new computer, so as a security-minded individual, I installed FireFox on it, and when I did, he thought I hacked into the FBI and threatened to make a phone call.
Apparently they use FireFox because it's more secure, and rightfully so. Google had its sourcecode stolen with Internet Explorer, and it created some work for the FBI (not labor related) Anyways, by installing the free program (not pirated), with that icon on the desktop, he thought I hacked into the FBI.
Anyways, it seems that a lot of idiots at the FBI need retraining, or possibly to retire, even this guy who runs a "Special Investigations Team" in Labor, or perhaps he needs a team to help him figure out how the hell to use technology.
Based on this article, it seems the FBI can't secure itself, Agile methodology probably works, until someone finds a vulnerability in Documentum, or Sharepoint. This shouldn't take long, and it will likely go unpatched for a while, just long enough for some technical gumshoe.
I applied for a job at the FBI but they said I had to be Catholic. Which I think is odd to hear coming from the mouth of a man who investigates discrimination issues at the FBI. Since then, I saw him picking up 200-lb heavy boulders in his front yard. When I asked him if he needed any help, he said no. Later, he said his back hurt and he took a lot of time from work, probably meaning that the FBI couldn't file new lawsuits relating to labor issues in Finance or New York. Which is great news for The Financial Industry, who held the American Public at gunpoint, and forced a number of legislative changes including passing of a bill worth $787 Billion Dollars ($787,000,000.00) to recapitalize banks which apparently were a little short on money in the vault.
So if you work at the FBI, I've created an exercise for you; a game of sorts- It's called "Find The Guy Who Doesnt Like Costco, And Reccomended A Supreme Court Case" I've given you a profile. So find that person, because he's likely going to retire soon.