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SPARROW II: A passive Wifi collection device
A mini-Linux 2.4 device with a PowerPC chip that captures at least 2 hours of wifi data (at which point the battery starts to go). It runs the BLINDDATE application software, whatever that is. It has Mini PCI slots for expansion.
The document is dated 7/25/2008.
RAGEMASTER, TAWDRYYARD and NIGHTWATCH: What's on your display and where is it?
RAGEMASTER is amazing: it's a device that's embedded "...in the ferrite video cable" between the card and monitor. It taps the red video signal and re-radiated to a separate unit which decodes and displays it.
That unit would be NIGHTWATCH. TAWDRYYARD acts as a beacon to assist in the location of the RAGEMASTER units.
According to Cryptome, this technology has been used fairly recently, "...as of September 2010 at the following embassies: Brazil's UN Mission in NY (POKOMOKE), France's UN Mission in NY (BLACKFOOT), India's Embassy and annex in DC, and India's UN Mission in New York. India's embassies were slated to be detasked, at the time of the document."
The documents are dated 7/24/2008 and 4/7/2009.
GINSU+BULLDOZER+KONGUR: Spying on you through the PCI bus
BULLDOZER is a hardware implant in the PCI bus, installed "through interdiction." KONGUR is a malware payload that uses BULLDOZER to spy on and control the system. GINSU makes KONGUR persistent.
The document is dated 6/20/2008.