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+ - mIRC commanding troops in afghanistan

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Maarten van Assen
Maarten van Assen writes "On his blog, Joep Gommers writes to share some insight into the communication systems used in the war in Afghanistan. It turns out mIRC is used within a system called CENTRIXS as a chat program to facilitate Command and Control over US troops. With all the talk about cybercrime and cyberwarfare, seems me might still win the war with scriptkiddies :) http://joep.gommers.googlepages.com/"

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