RAW agents have obtained US government passwords and are conducting spy operations against American officials, according to US media reports.
The Indian hacker group that released Symantec anti-virus source code earlier this month now says it has more proof that Indian intelligence agencies are spying on the U.S. government.
Infosec Island’s Anthony M. Freed posted an article saying one of the Indian hackers, who calls himself “YamaTough,” gave him 68 sets of usernames and passwords for U.S. government network accounts.
YamaTough told Freed the account data is just a sample of the information the hacker group, the “Lords of Dharmaraja,” copied from Indian government servers.
“In the best interest of the federal, state and local municipalities and their constituents, Infosec Island will not publish the compromised account data,” Freed wrote. “We have provided the information to the proper authorities and are fully cooperating with law enforcement.”
This news of RAW spying on their supposed ally America comes just days after it was revealed that Mossad carried out false flag operations against the US which adds to the evidence supporting the fact that RAW and Mossad are working together to destabilise the Pak-American security relationship.
But that is not the only interesting piece of information in this latest report.
Later in the same article, the reporters reveal the existence of a series of memos which prove that RAW has ‘backdoors’ to RIM Blackberry devices.
Last week, the Lords of Dharmaraja publicly posted purported internal Indian military intelligence memos that said Apple, Nokia and BlackBerry maker Research In Motion (RIM) had given India “backdoors” — secret keys to unlock encrypted communications sent and received by users of their handsets.
As a possible demonstration of the viability of those backdoors, the memos also included transcripts of emails between members of the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission (USCC), a congressional commission that analyzes and reports on bilateral American-Chinese relations. The memos said information revealed in the emails had resulted in Indian naval-intelligence operatives being sent to China.
Reuters said it got hold of a larger set of USCC emails, which it showed to two Indian security experts with ties to India’s government and two unnamed Americans “close to” the USCC. All four dismissed the memos as hoaxes possibly concocted by China or India’s arch-rival Pakistan.
Other Washington insiders told Reuters the memos seemed genuine.
This is important evidence of another scheme to destabilise Pakistan. Remember that the current crisis was started by the claims of the anti-Pakistan neo-con Mansoor Ijaz. It was later revealed that Mansoor Ijaz has offered to be an agent of RAW. What evidence has Mansoor Ijaz provided to support his claims? Blackberry transcripts. And now we learn that RAW has ‘backdoors’ to Blackberry devices.
What more ingenious way to destabilise Pakistan than to create suspicion and mistrust between Army and the government. And what more perfect way to carry out this scheme than to use hacked Blackberry devices, knowing that they can never be proven but will always cast a doubt between the Army and the government, keeping Pakistan divided against itself and weakened to Indian machinations?