(Republican Party News) – So a shadowy company that was founded last September and that has links with both a DARPA and the FBI contractor that tried to peddle a “lawful intercept” Internet spy device about 10 years ago, apparently took over a very large chunk of the Pentagon’s idle internet addresses on the day that Joe Biden was sworn in as president.
According to Infowars, the valuable online real estate has now shot up to 175 million IP addresses which were formerly all owned by the Department of Defense. This is roughly about 1/25th the size of the internet and is twice the size of the online space that is actually being used by the Pentagon.
“It is massive. That is the biggest thing in the history of the internet,” Doug Madory, the current director of internet analysis with a company called Kenntic, stated.
Global Resource System was created by an attorney from Beverly Hills and it now shares a workspace right above a bank in Florida.
“The company did not return phone calls or emails from The Associated Press. It has no web presence, though it has the domain grscorp.com. Its name doesn’t appear on the directory of its Plantation, Florida, domicile, and a receptionist drew a blank when an AP reporter asked for a company representative at the office earlier this month. She found its name on a tenant list and suggested trying email. Records show the company has not obtained a business license in Plantation,” the AP’s report says.
“Incorporated in Delaware and registered by a Beverly Hills lawyer, Global Resource Systems LLC now manages more internet space than China Telecom, AT&T or Comcast,” the report continues.
“And now a company linked to Saulino, which didn’t exist before September, took control of a massive chunk of the Pentagon’s internet space on inauguration day for unknown reasons,” Infowars reports, adding, “According to a terse and opaque explanation from the Pentagon’s Brett Goldstein – head of the Defense Digital Service which is running the project, the military hopes to “assess, evaluate and prevent unauthorized use of DoD IP address space” and ‘identify potential vulnerabilities’ in order to defend against cyber-intrusions by global adversaries who consistently infiltrate US networks – occasionally from unused internet blocks. What that has to do with Global Resource Systems is anyone’s guess.”
As of now, what this particular space could be used for lies in the realm of speculation, but it does include “honeypots.” These are machines that are set up with certain vulnerabilities that serve as bait to draw hackers, “Or it could be looking to set up dedicated infrastructure — software and servers — to scour traffic for suspect activity.”
“This greatly increases the space they could monitor,” Madory went on to say.
The question everyone is asking right now is why the Pentagon chose Global Resource Systems, which has ties to a “spooky” person, on the day a new president was being inaugurated?
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