Um, well, to be honest, it's not that hard. It's not a matter of hacking the net, just confusing the instruction feed. +Mark Bergem
Actually, you're wrong, but that's ok. You don't know what you're talking about, and I understand that. NIPR is just for basic email and garbage functions. We had real issues with Information Assurance in the past couple of years, mostly b/c the kids plugged their damn iPods into the USB jacks on the SECRET net's machines to charge them. There are access portals in several places, but without the cert's, you're not welcome inside. Flash drives in general have compromised many networks,and there's not much telling how much lurking's been going on lately. Hardware keys have made it more difficult, but many systems have already been compromised. Most TS stuff is not hard-wired on open nets for that exact reason, but TEMPEST existed for a reason.