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David Brocklehurst MBE, curator of the Kent Battle of Britain Museum at Hawkinge, spent two months searching war records to identify the locations of aircraft that came down over the Goodwins.His list of 60 lost planes and their crews includes Spitfires and Hurricanes, as well as German Messerschmitts, Dornier Do 17s and Junkers Ju 88s, all shot down and never recovered between May 29 and November 14, 1940.Source document: Hackers are Humans too: Cyber leads to CI leads Related article: White House Says Russia’s Hackers Are Too Good To Be Caught But NSA Partner Called Them “Morons”, by Sam Biddle, 2 August 2017 in the Thirteen previously-unpublished documents from the Snowden archive document the NSA’s evolving relationship with its Japanese counterpart, the G2 Annex.While Japan houses and part-funds three NSA bases on its territory and shares access to tools like XKEYSCORE, the US agency also spies on the Japanese government and institutions. Vinson Massif in Antarctic Note: Photos are linked to their source.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.It is not known whether the NSA was tasked with monitoring domestic protest.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.
These errors allowed CSEC to attribute MAKERS MARK attacks to Russia.The Goodwin Sands is a notorious ten-mile stretch of shifting sandbanks off the Kent coast, near Deal.During the bitter aerial combat of 1940, at least 60 British and German aircraft plummeted into the sandbank from the skies.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.Revealed documents: EP-3E Collision: Cryptologic Damage Assessment and Incident Review Related article: Burn After Reading: Snowden Documents Reveal Scope of Secrets Exposed to China in 2001 Spy Plane Incident, by Kim Zetter, 10 April 2017 in the , on Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya, suggests that in 2005 the agency identified an attack on Politkovskaya’s email account “depplying malicious malware which is not in the public domain.” The NSA concluded that Russia’s FSB was “probably” responsible. Revealed document: Anna Politkovskaya Related article: Top-Secret Snowden Document Reveals what the NSA Knew about Previous Russian Hacking, by Sam Biddle, 29 December 2016 in the A GCHQ presentation from 2012 discusses the Southwinds system, which intercepts mobile phone activity from commercial aircraft at cruising altitude.