The US military has changed its approach to check safety holes in its network: it gives power to the essentials of the internet. Products and Washington Post learned that the Department of Defense provided Florida with Global Resource Systems to address approximately 175 million IPV4 addresses. The company began monitoring long-distance addresses on January 20th, but the number grew rapidly over the next three months.
Brett Goldstein, director of the Pentagon’s Defense Digital Service, said a Send that the move was part of a “experimental experiment” to learn and ban the use of military IP addresses. It also helps identify “potential risks,” says Goldstein.
The Department of Defense confirmed that it still has IP addresses.
It is not clear what the authorities want them to do, however, the company is also amazing. GRS established itself in September 2020, and does not have a website. Doug Madory of Kentik also said that the flood of data stored on the IP address could enable the military to gather more information on threats or threats. And if some Chinese companies use the same methods as their IP addresses, there is a chance that some of these will be exported to the US.
No matter what you think, it can be a necessary move. Soldiers can use information from a pilot to protect dictatorial or criminal governments from stealing IP addresses. This also shows that the US can monitor IP addresses so that it can use them if it wants to, a Send the source said. While this move is absurd, that is, it may be necessary to consider the type of SolarWinds hack and other government-threatened threats.
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