That, and the NSA server (FOXACID) has been described in previously published documents from the Snowden archive.

Revealed documents: FOXACID SOP for Operational Management of FOXACID Infrastructure Wireless LAN/CNE Tool Training Course and Evaluation Introduction to WLAN / 802.11 Active CNE Operations Introduction to BADDECISION FOXACID SIGINT Development Support II Program Management Review DGO Enables Endpoint Implants via QUANTUMTHEORY QUANTUMTHEORY success at SARATOGA Expeditionary Access Operations: NSA’s Close Access Network Exploitation Program Related article: The NSA Leak is Real, Snowden Documents Confirm, by Sam Biddle, 19 August 2016 in the show how the NSA’s capabilities have at times been frustrated by the adoption of relatively low-tech strategies.

Source documents: PHANTOM PARROT FININT Tasking Related article: Airport Police Demanded An Activist’s Passwords. Now He Faces Prison In The UK, by Ryan Gallagher, 23 September 2017 in the A 2011 report from CSEC describes how a group of hackers codenamed MAKERS MARK, who were believed to be associated with Russia regularly compromised “really well designed” systems for obscuring their identity by logging into personal accounts.

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Documents revealed by Edward Snowden and pertaining to the National Security Agency (NSA), US surveillance programs and US Intelligence Community partners abroad have been released and reported on since 5 June 2013.

Below is a list of the revelations, with links to documents and relevant articles, with the most recent ones at the top.

Source documents: SIGINT Analysts: In-flight GSM Is No Joke In-Flight GSM THIEVING MAGPIE – Using on-board GSM/GPRS to track targets HOMING PIGEON Related articles: Les compagnies aériennes dont Air France visées par les services secrets américains et britanniques, by Jacques Follorou, https://December 2016 in Details from documents in the Snowden archive, together with architectural plan, public records and interviews with former AT&T employees suggest that an AT&T communications hub at 33 Thomas Street in lower Manhattan is also an NSA surveillance site codenamed TITANPOINTE.

AT&T is referred to in several documents as LITHIUM, the partner who visits to TITANPOINTE must be coordinated with.

A GCHQ document from 2009-2010 explains the PHANTOM PARROT tool, which enables the search of data downloaded from phones seized during border stops, often unbeknownst to their owners, which has then been sent to GCGQ for inclusion in a central database (LUCKY STRIKE), where it is integrated with financial data.

The previous UK Independent Reviewer of Terorrism Legislation stated on several occasions that the current system is not subject to sufficient safeguards.

Revealed documents: NSA Provides Un-‘conventional’ Support Related article: NSA kept watch over Democratic and Republican conventions, Snowden documents reveal, by Ryan Gallagher, 24 April 2017 in the An NSA-US Navy report in the Snowden archive shed light on the extent of US defence information compromised when a US spy plane collided with a Chinese fighter jet in 2001.

The 117-page report, prepared three months after the incident largely vindicates the plane’s crew for their attempts to destroy the signals intelligence and cryptographic material on board before its emergency landing and criticises the lack of institutional preparation for such an incident.

GCHQ set up a free link-shortening service called (codenamed DEADPOOL), which the agency classed as one of its “shaping and honeypots” tools, and used this to target activists from the Middle East.

The same technique was used in an attempt to identify members of Anonymous.

Source documents: High Powered Cordless Phones in the Af/Pak Border Area: Is UBL Talking?