Driver 1: Worldwide SIGINT/Defense Cryptologic Platform

Title

Driver 1: Worldwide SIGINT/Defense Cryptologic Platform

Subject

Australasia

Description

This document is a slide from a NSA presentation describing the NSA's collection activities worldwide. Specifically, it illustrates that the NSA used a technique called "Computer Network Exploitation" (CNE) to install malware onto over 50,000 devices worldwide. This presentation indicates the sites where these implantations occured. It also indicates the sites of high speed optical cable interception points, Regional SCS, and FORNSAT monitoring facilities.

Creator

National Security Agency

Publisher

NRC

Relation

Snowden

Language

en

Date:Created

2012

Source:Classification

COMINT

Source:Redactions

The names of many locations affected by the program have been redacted

Report:Creator

Huib Modderkolk

NumPages

1

CreatorOffice

NSA

Date:Leaked

2013-11-23

Distribution

5VEY

Surveillance Programs

Computer Network Exploitation (CNE)

Collection

Citation

National Security Agency, “Driver 1: Worldwide SIGINT/Defense Cryptologic Platform,” Snowden Archive, accessed December 1, 2022, https://grid.glendon.yorku.ca/items/show/398.

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