Kamis, 03 November 2011

They've Already Made the Opening Moves in a Full-Scale Planetwide Cyber War... Is Your Bank Account Protected?.....>>> ..Since 2007, I've repeatedly warned you about the possibility of a major cyber attack right here in the United States... even in your own home. Up until now, people have been rolling their eyes at the idea that some nameless, faceless foreign enemy might be after their cash or their credit. Today, though, nobody is rolling their eyes anymore as the attacks I've been predicting have grown in number and cost each and every month. In the last year, cyber terrorists have successfully hit: Visa on December 8, 2010 MasterCard on December 2010 PayPal on December 3, 2010 AT&T on January 18, 2011 Nasdaq on March 30, 2011 Sony on April 20 and May 23 London Stock Exchange on Jan 31, 2011 JP Morgan Chase on April 1, 2011 Google on June 1, 2011 International Monetary Fund on June 11, 2011...>>> Why Cyber Terrorist..???... Is it real Terrorist... or internal US Security its self...??? So Who is the Terrorist..??? .. So far the called of Terrosrist.. is most meaningly for Islamist Fighter for their freedom country from the invasion made by the International Crime Colonialist Regime.. such as US and NATO soldiers.. whom occupied Iraq and Afghanistan.. and Israel whom colonialized Palestine Land and Country..??? So here..can be read there is China or some other countries..?? So the terrorist.. is in real is Israelis Zionist and the Group of Super Richman Regime in Wests.. whom so greedy and ignored the International ethics and mankind..??? ..


You've Been Personally Targeted
They've Already Made the Opening Moves in a Full-Scale Planetwide Cyber War... Is Your Bank Account Protected?

Since 2007, I've repeatedly warned you about the possibility of a major cyber attack right here in the United States... even in your own home.
Up until now, people have been rolling their eyes at the idea that some nameless, faceless foreign enemy might be after their cash or their credit.
Today, though, nobody is rolling their eyes anymore as the attacks I've been predicting have grown in number and cost each and every month.
In the last year, cyber terrorists have successfully hit:
  1. Visa on December 8, 2010
  2. MasterCard on December 2010
  3. PayPal on December 3, 2010
  4. AT&T on January 18, 2011
  5. Nasdaq on March 30, 2011
  6. Sony on April 20 and May 23
  7. London Stock Exchange on Jan 31, 2011
  8. JP Morgan Chase on April 1, 2011
  9. Google on June 1, 2011
  10. International Monetary Fund on June 11, 2011
And that list just scratches the surface.
  • On July 15, 2011, the Pentagon's secure databases were broken into, allowing for cyber terrorists to steal over 24,000 highly-classified documents.
  • In May 2011, over 360,000 credit card numbers are stolen from an attack on Citigroup.
  • In March 2011, email handler Epsilon was the target of a massive breach costing anywhere from $225 million to $4 billion in damages.
  • On August 26, 2011, officials from a Chinese top military research institute bragged that they could and would breach U.S. State Department and Defense databases despite any cyber strategies adopted by the Pentagon.
Just think about it...
Supposedly the most secure computer networks in the world are not only on target lists — but have already been hit... and in many cases, more than once!
Now, imagine for a moment how many of those companies or government offices I just listed store personal information on you.
In my own wallet are both a Visa and a MasterCard... I have a savings account with Chase... I've had accounts with PayPal, Amazon, and AT&T Wireless for years.
Each and every one of them stores my credit card information electronically.
In fact, they rely on it just to stay in business.
And even if I didn't have accounts with any banks or service providers, simply having a Social Security number means my information is stored on dozens, if not hundreds, of government databases.
If you don't carry credit cards, keep your money in a bank, or have a Social Security number, then you can consider yourself safe and stop reading right now...
But in case you do use any electronic banking services — even if it's just a single debit card — then you're already on a list of prime targets for the next cyber attack.
And it's literally a list, as information is stolen in large batches and sold on the black market to anybody with a couple hundred dollars to spend.
If you think I'm just saying all this to scare you, then you really need to face reality here:
In 2010 alone, over 11.1 million Americans had their identities and or their money stolen.
In many cases, both were stolen.
That's about 1 in every 27 people in the U.S. — and that was last year.
Of course, you might have been among the lucky ones in 2011, but that figure grows every single year.
Phishing scams — one of the most common forms of this fraud — have increased 40-fold.
You don't even need to use your credit card or log on to a computer to become vulnerable... You just need to have an asset to lose.
Simply waking up in the morning and going about your life the way you always have keeps you at risk.
Eventually, your luck will run out.
And if you're anything like me — and you have multiple accounts and use a computer on a regular basis — there's about a 67% chance that you've already been approached, tested, probed, perhaps even victimized by a cyber terrorist.
So in the next few minutes, I'm going to tell you how to protect your finances, your identity, and your credit with a simple 7-point safety plan that everyone should be following.
Follow these seven steps, and you'll never have to worry about your assets again.
But before I do that, I want to give you a firsthand account of just what it means to be a victim of a cyber crime.*
*The following stories aren't made up or modified. They're all 100% real.
“It was four years before I'd discovered that somebody had my Social Security number.”
Joe Harrison of Brighton, Colorado, was only 18 years old when somebody took control of his life.
He was a part-time laborer for a family business. He had no savings, almost no credit history, and few assets to speak of... His mother, an accountant, did his annual tax returns for him.
So when the IRS threatened to sue him for thousands in back taxes, she immediately wrote to in to explain that there is no way he could be making $25,000 a year — or owe any back taxes, for that matter.
Little did Joe know that his Social Security number wasn't just his anymore...
He was sharing it with a man by the name of Prisciliano Peralta, who'd purchased the SS# for just a few hundred dollars from an illegal clearing house for stolen identities.
Peralta owed tens of thousands in back taxes, and the government didn't care what the explanation was...
One number, one taxpayer — one delinquent account.
And because it took four years for the government to realize that there was income being recorded on this SS# that was not being reported in returns, the back taxes were on almost $100,000 of income.
Despite the duration of this fraud — and its extent — the government refused to step in to prevent the problem from reoccurring.
“The Social Security Administration refused to issue a new number because at this point, his credit hadn't actually been affected,” Joe's mother stated.
Today Joe is 26 years old, and he's still in legal hot water with the IRS. At this point, finding some sort of settlement is about as good an outcome as can be expected.
“Just a couple keystrokes on the wrong computer...”
David Crouse banked and paid his bills online.
So when $900,000 was stolen from his credit card account in six months, he immediately suspected keystroke malware as the culprit.
Money had begun to disappear from his account first in small sums, but then in larger and larger sums, eventually adding up to thousands lost each day.
Somebody had literally been sitting by, watching, recording every single key David tapped while logged on to his banking website.
He reported the incident and closed the account. A day after he'd opened a new account with a different bank, the theft simply resumed from the new account as if it had never stopped...
All from a couple keystrokes on the wrong computer.
The explanation was simple. Dealing with the problem wasn't.
David has a PhD in psychology and had worked with the FBI and Secret service before all this began.
Today, he can't get contract jobs anymore because his credit is shot... and his financial debt from this fraud is still increasing. He can't get a loan to buy a house or even fix the one he already has... He can't get work to pay the bills that aren't even his...
And no bank or government agency has any answers for him.
The only people who have benefitted from this are David's attorney, who is being paid by the hour to stop David's ongoing losses... the bank, which continues to collect interest on the money David never spent... and the cyber thief who has yet to be caught.
One of the Saddest Cyber Crime Stories Ever Told
Meet Mrs. Cox.
In 2001, she had her identity stolen and went from bringing in a mid-six-figure income with retirement all saved for to living on $1,000 a month Social Security... with no money in the bank at all.
The thieves purchased automobiles, jewelry, designer wardrobes, exquisite food — draining her savings, checking, and IRA accounts, leaving her with nothing.
Her two businesses and her home became property of creditors. She ended up having to sell her car, jewelry, and anything of value she owned just to survive.
Mrs. Cox can now receive no credit. She had to go through the embarrassing experience of having her ex-husband co-sign her loan for a used car.
Cyber crime cost her everything she had, and worst of all, killed all hope of ever recovering it.
This is the reality of what can happen to you — to anybody — after just a few careless keystrokes.
Tragic stories, all three of them. And the worst part is all three were totally avoidable.
None of what happened to Joe, David, or Mrs. Cox needs to ever happen to you. In fact, it should never happen to you.
All you have to do is take a few simple steps that I will outline for you in this report.
But you have to move on this soon...
Because as of last year, according to studies carried out by the Department of Defense as well as at private security firms, the total damage done across the board by cyber terrorism now exceeds $1 trillion.
That's more than $150 for every man, woman, and child living on the planet today —gone forever.
And the scariest part is...
The Banks and the Government are Helpless to 
Protect Themselves — OR YOU
Most people don't take my warnings seriously because they assume the bank will just protect them no matter what happens.
The problem is that they're probably doing more to contribute to the problem than they are to solve it.
Consider this: Last year, it was estimated that U.S. businesses and citizens lost in the neighborhood of $37 billion in electronic banking fraud alone.
Banks like Citigroup, JP Morgan Chase, Wells Fargo, and Bank of America were some of the biggest organizations struck. And yet you hardly heard a peep about this in the news.
An old-fashioned bank heist of $10 million, just less than .05% of that total, would have made world news. A string of such bank heists, totaling anywhere near $1 billion, would have been the biggest crime story of the century.
And yet, stories of the world's biggest, most powerful banks losing the equivalent of a small nation's gross domestic product to a single crime wave hardly made an impression on the public...
You never saw it in the headlines or got email alerts from your own card and banking service providers telling you about this.
The reason is simple: They have every interest in having you stay feeling safe — and every interest in keeping you from knowing the truth.
Today, that truth is terrifying.
According to Symantec, a cyber security software designer, as many as 65% of all users across the world have been somehow attacked over the Internet.
More than half claim invasions of their personal computers through malware or other intrusive illegal software... each of them becoming open to credit card and Social Security identity theft — and everything else that goes with it.
Banks can't allow this information out into the public because if they did, the panic would trigger an economic catastrophe that would make this recession of ours look like a walk in the park.
And with cyber crimes being so easy to cover up, it's just too convenient for the banks to make no news of this at all.
Of course, this can't go on forever...
When a massive nationwide attack comes, the losses will be too big to sweep under the rug.
Banks won't be able to replace all the stolen funds, and taking them to court will be pointless.
You'll be left out in the rain with an apology and a shrug — and no means of recovering any of it.
Which means the only thing you can count on to keep you safe is yourself and the measures you take.
If you don't do something today...
Tomorrow, your entire savings, your kids' college funds, your hopes for retirement... could all be wiped out.
If that happens, you can forget about looking for that amazing new 1,000%-gaining stock or that new oil deposit just discovered off the coast of Kenya...
Investing will be the last thing on your mind when you don't know where your next mortgage payment or your next tank of gas is coming from.
That's how serious the threat is.
And you have to act right away if you don't want to ever be a victim.
How to Immunize Yourself from Cyber Attacks
My name is Steve Christ.
For the last four years, The Wealth Advisory has been Angel publishing's premier technology and cyber security investment newsletter.
There are two reasons for that.
First, cyber security is a sector which is currently outpacing just about everything else in the technological industry.
But more importantly, it's a matter of personal safety for us here at Angel Publishing.
You see, we're not just your average run-of-the-mill cyber terrorist target. We're what you call "high-value" when it comes to computer and Internet fraud.
Because we do almost all of our business online, things like my multi-million-dollar mailing list — and my equally valuable reputation — would be on the line each and every day.
So being a world-class expert in the field of cyber security isn't just a hobby. It's a job requirement.
Protecting our servers, our databases, and even our personal files isn't a matter of convenience for us... it's a matter of survival.
Over the last four years, I've read everything there is to read and dug deeper on every single major story about cyber terrorism and espionage.
I've studied what it means to you and to me as private citizens... all the way up to what it means for the government, the Pentagon, and national security.
What my research concludes is dire.
Each and every day, 30,000 Americans have their identities stolen.
Today alone, across the world, hackers will breach or try to steal personal or classified information of citizens, businesses, and governments.
These attacks will target everything from Social Security numbers to schematics for classified experimental aircraft currently under development by the U.S. Department of Defense (I'll actually show you photos which prove just how effectively it's been done in the past).
This is why it's critical you read my brand-new report, "Protect and Profit: Your Tool for Winning the War on Cyber Terrorism," absolutely free of charge, right now.
In it, you'll learn get a simple-to-follow 7-point plan which will make your bank accounts, your credit, your identity impenetrable to tomorrow's more aggressive, more intrusive cyber attacks.
You'll be amazed at just how easy it is to make yourself virtually invisible to electronic fraudsters...
And you'll be able to pass this priceless information on to your friends and family as well.
In addition, you'll learn insider security secrets which will ensure that you're safe in the long term.
Let me make things clear: Ensuring that you're safe and that this threat is minimized is a major goal of mine.
But that's not everything I'm here to offer you today...
On top of showing you how to protect yourself, I'm also going to show you a way this situation can actually make you very rich.
You see, all this cyber terrorism has done something besides make $1 trillion in wealth from this global disappear...
It's jump-started an industry faster than almost anything I've ever seen in the past.
Over the next few months, billions in new government spending will be going to just a handful of new, aggressive companies committed to fighting this new type of war.
You see, it's not just your finances at stake here.
I told you the reasons our company, Angel Publishing, is a prime-time target for cyber terrorism. With millions of names on our file, it's worth millions to anybody with access.
But there's an organization with much, much more valuable information to protect — information which can affect our nation's power grids, our telephone and computer networks, our borders, our very lives.
And this organization is the biggest target of them all...
Hacking Goes Big-Time
"Lockheed Martin, one of the world's largest defense contractors, was hit hard by hackers this week who used falsified SecurID electronic tokens to gain access. The breach threatens the security of vital data on present and future military technology." 
— Gizmodo
You're on one end of the spectrum... but on the other is the very fabric of our national security.
From the multi-billion-dollar corporations that build and maintain our fleets of planes, ships, and our stockpiles of bombs, missiles, and everything else that we use to make war on our enemies...
To the very Department of Defense that controls these tools of "last resort"...
All of them have been targeted and, in just the last few weeks, successfully attacked by an unseen and largely-unknown enemy.
Earlier this year, defense monolith Lockheed Martin suffered:
"[a] significant and tenacious" attack targeted multiple U.S. defense contractors and [it] may have involved hack of RSA SecurID system."  Informationweek.com
In case you're not aware, Lockheed is a major aircraft producer for multiple branches of the U.S. military — including America's top-of-the-line fifth generation stealth fighter, the F-22 Raptor and our newest, most advanced combat aircraft ever, the F-35 Lightening II.

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These are the two most advanced aircraft ever fielded by any nation, costing between $100 and $150 million a pop.
If the strike against Lockheed wasn't enough...
Just days after the massive security breach, another major player in the defense industry — Northrop Grumman — was hit by a similar attack.
Both attacks targeted L-3 Communications holdings, a conglomerate consisting of 10 different businesses which today is a major supplier of communication, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance technology to the Department of Defense and its contractors.
Simply put, L-3 was used as a portal to invade the files of two of our most important defense tech suppliers.
It was one of the most brazen attacks in history.
"L-3 Communications has been actively targeted with penetration attacks leveraging the compromised information," 
an L-3 executive wrote in a statement dated April 6th.
Only this attack wasn't aimed at destroying databases or equipment...
Instead, it was designed to steal some of the most highly-classified and valuable data in existence today.
Information gained through attacks on L-3 can be used to defeat American technical advantages in battle by copying and reverse-engineering weapons like the F-22 and F-35 — and anything else we spend hundreds of billions of our tax dollars annually to develop and maintain.
And since L-3 handles operations for the Pentagon itself, it can actually be used to disrupt or even sabotage secretive military operations like the kind that killed bin Laden in May.
To make matters worse, these last two cyber attacks are suspected to be the work of a national government, not some rogue terrorist cell.
And the culprit...
Is none other than China — a nation with the resources and man power to not only steal these secrets, but to actually use them to close the technical gap with the United States.
"Cyber spies have broken into the Pentagon and stolen details of the new Joint Strike Fighter, 
the most expensive fighter jet in history... Chinese officials reacted angrily to the accusation."
 — The TeleGraph
Sound shocking? Well, it shouldn't if you've been following these stories over the last few years.
The Chinese have built quite a reputation in the global hacking community.
"Attacks on the Pentagon are common, but are said to have escalated dramatically in the past six months, and coincide with growing speculation about China's role in cyber espionage." — The TeleGraph
A report issued by the Pentagon a few months back stated the Chinese military has made "steady progress" in its online warfare capabilities, a key field in which China can compete with the United States...
"The attacks coming out of China are not only continuing, they are accelerating," warns Alan Paller, director of research at information-security training group SANS Institute in Washington, D.C.
Why do they do it?
The reason is simple.
For growing world powers like the Chinese, not investing in a technology this new, this aggressive, and this effective at equalizing disparities in military power, is a recipe for falling behind.
This argument is so compelling — and so universal — that other nations, including some of our own allies, are following in China's footsteps:
"The South Korean army has signed an agreement with Korea University this week to establish a 
four-year undergraduate cyber warfare program..."
  Korea Herald
How effective has Chinese cyber spying been so far?
Well, I'll let the photos speak for themselves...

Below is an image of the J-20, a prototype for China's first stealth fighter:



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Look familiar? It should. Here's our own version of the same plane:

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The F-35 Lightening you see above took 20 years and $323 billion overall to develop...

And yet it took China — a nation which lagged in jet propulsion and stealth technology by at least twenty years when the F-35 first appeared — less than half a decade to narrow the gap to almost nothing.
The J-20 is a virtual copy of the $150 million F-35, right down to the landing gear and air intakes.
And these sorts of successes are only spawning more and more security threats, turning hacking into the world's fastest-growing cottage industry.
For the hackers, it is simply too easy and too profitable...
The money to be made selling classified information to a host of potential buyers is too huge and too readily available for hackers to worry much about the risk.
To put it into historical perspective:
CIA Agent Aldrich Ames, one of the most famous cases of an American spying for the Soviets, received over $4.6 million in compensation for his espionage activities over the course of 22 years.
His total take was hundreds of pages of documents and lists with names of American agents operating in the Soviet bloc in the 70s and 80s.
Aside from the loss of several field agents and a number of valued national secrets, it cost Uncle Sam millions in buy-off money to purchase information from Soviet turncoats to corner Ames, ultimately leading to his arrest in 1993.
But the entire inventory of what Ames stole pales in comparison to the potentially hundreds of thousands of megabytes of data that a well-trained and supplied cyber espionage team could get in a single day of penetrating firewalls and breaching encryption...
"Between April and October 2008, hackers successfully stole "50 megabytes* of email messages and attached documents, as well as a complete list of usernames and passwords from an unspecified (U.S. government) agency." — Huffington Post
*50 mb = 12,500 8.5 x 11 inch pages
For Aldrich Ames to have smuggled that much information, he would have needed a wheelbarrow...
And that's still just a drop in the bucket compared with what's happening just three years later.
Just this past March, Deputy Defense Secretary William Lynn stated:
"A foreign intelligence agency was able to steal 24,000 data files during the largest cyber attack against the Pentagon... including information concerning aircraft avionics, surveillance technologies, satellite communications systems, and network security protocols."
More information than Aldrich Ames could have hauled away on a dump truck — and all of it critical to the safety and security of every man, woman, and child living within our borders.
Today, the federal government is no longer talking millions to fight cyber spies...
"Protecting military networks in fiscal 2012 will cost $3.2 billion, nearly $1 billion more than the government said last month..."  Dayton Business Journal, May 2011
And that cost is just for military networks.
The U.S. government operates many other agencies which are not directly related to the military, but still hold vital national secrets...
Agencies like the Department of Energy, which stores highly classified information regarding our nuclear power plants...
the Department of the Interior, which regulates the movement and usage of funds on projects within U.S. borders...
and even the Secret Service, which knows more about the whereabouts and schedules of the president than his own wife does.
In a recent ABC interview, CIA Director Leon Panetta declared:
"We are now in a world in which cyber warfare is very real. It could threaten our grid system. It could threaten our financial system... it could paralyze this country, and I think that's an area we have to pay a lot more attention to."
All told, the federal government will be spending $9 billion this year alone to keep its databases secure.

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But it's nowhere near enough.
In fact, it's not even enough to keep the rate of cyber attacks at their current level.
According to Deputy Secretary of Defense William J. Lynn III, "The centrality of information technology to our military operations and our society virtually guarantees that future adversaries will target our dependence on it."
No matter what the government does, these attempted invasions just keep growing... and growing... and growing in number.
"In the last five years, cyber-intrusions reported to the U.S. Computer Emergency Response Team, a unit of the Department of Homeland Security, have increased more than 650 percent, from 5,503 incidents in fiscal 2006 to 41,776 four years later, according to a March 16 report by the Government Accountability Office." — Huffington Post
Based on the analyses of specialist in the field, not only is the federal response to this growing problem insufficient — it is simply misguided and ineffective:
"A Maginot Line approach to defense will not be sufficient," he told the International Institute for Strategic Studies. He added: "'Patch and pray' will not be enough. At the national level, getting the rest of cyber [defense] – the more difficult 20% – right will involve new technology, new partnerships, and investment in the right people."  William Hague, The Guardian
Make no mistake, folks: Our defense department is taking these attacks as seriously as a physical attack on our sovereign soil.
And they're going as far as to issue stern warnings to anybody who uses a computer to infiltrate these vital yet vulnerable government assets.
"If you shut down our power grid, maybe we will put a missile down one of your smokestacks," said a DoD official.
But threats will only get us so far...
To meet this enemy head-on, we must engage on a common battlefield. And that brings us to where we are today.
You can look outside your window right now, and bask in the relative calm and peace you see outside...
But our nation isn't preparing for war behind closed doors. We are already at war.
And we can't spend money fast enough to get an edge on the enemy.
"The U.S. Defense Department is planning to spend $500 million to research new cyber security technologies, including cloud computing and encrypted data processing, Deputy Defense Secretary William Lynn said Tuesday at a security conference in San Francisco." — Bloomberg News
Investors Are Lining Up
"There is absolutely no question that the cyber security sector is going to be at the focal point in the future in terms of investments. Everyone is showing a lot of interest," says Robert Francello, head of equity trading at Apex Capital in San Francisco.
Today, our enemy has no tanks, no bombers, and doesn't operate under the flag of any government — not officially, at least.
Hackers can attack our nation, our companies, as well as individual citizens like you the same way that insurgents plant IEDs...
They do it silently, autonomously, and with little to no infrastructure.
Against such an enemy, no bombs or missiles or any other modern big-ticket weapons systems have any effect. Which means that the 4% of our GDP that we do spend on defense is doing next to nothing to combat what is now our fastest-growing and most cunning enemy.
But for every problem, there is a solution... and billions of government dollars are already rolling in to find it.
The question is: Where is it all going?
Well, during the last arms race — when the U.S. and Russia were trying to one-up each other on every front from deep-sea submersibles to intercontinental ballistic missiles — a small group of companies became household names...
Companies like Northrop Grumman, Lockheed Martin, and General Electric...
Companies that, by no coincidence, are today the biggest targets of cyber spying, rose from medium-sized appliance and engine manufacturers to the multinational giants they are today.
Here is the sort of growth I'm talking about:
Since Northrop and Grumman aircraft combined in the early 1980s, the company — one of the DOD's biggest contractors today, went from $4 in 1982 to over $70 today.

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That's a growth factor of 1,750% — most of which could have been realized in the mid 90s, just 12 years after the merger.
Lockheed Martin is an even more dramatic story.
Going from $3 in the late 70s to a high of $120 in 2007, early investors would have banked 4,000% as the company became the DoD's biggest supplier of advanced aircraft.

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General Electric, which supplies avionics and jet engines, went from $8 in 1995 to $60 less than ten years later as the U.S. defense industry toiled to update their aging Cold War aircraft fleet.

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Well, today the battlefield is completely different.
And a whole new sort of defense contractor is rising to fill the void.
No more are the industrial giants, with their enormous manufacturing complexes and multi-year project timelines...
Tomorrow's defense will come from smaller, faster-moving companies which will design solutions to cyber security threats on a week-by-week — even hour-by-hour — basis.
Because in a world where the enemy's attack strategy changes every day, staying a step ahead is the only answer.
And I know just such a company...
With a market cap of $720 million, this company is big enough to compete with any other operation out there, yet still small enough to show incredible gains as the cyber security industry goes into high gear.
Just compare it with its predecessors I've already mentioned:
  • General Electric – Market cap: $202.25 billion
  • Lockheed Martin – Market cap: $27.63 billion
  • Northrop Grumman – Market cap: $19.12 billion
Closer to home, other cyber security firms have already capitalized on the growing threat:
  • Symantec – Market cap: $12.3 billion
  • SAIC – Market cap: $4.1 billion
  • Raytheon – Market cap: $13.6 billion
Only 10 years old, this company is young — yet already established as a major player in this burgeoning new field.
It's already been listed in Forbes' top 25 technology companies two years in a row...
And was twice named one of the fastest-growing companies in the U.S. by Fortune.
Today, their stock trades at about $18/share, but as the war on cyber crimes expands on every private and governmental level...
It's only a matter of time — perhaps less than a year — before it grows to match the size of the competition.
In fact, just to reach its next biggest competitor, my new pick would have to expand 469%.
And as their new and proprietary technology scours the Internet 24 hours a day/7 days a week for suspect websites, domain names, and IP addresses, this company has carved out a unique and rapidly-growing niche in the cyber security industry.
At the moment, no other company in existence is taking this active — and this intensive — an approach to cleaning up cyberspace.
As their product line expands into mobile networks, and government agencies take increasing interest in protecting their own networks using tools which today's cyber terrorists are not equipped to tackle...
This company will surpass the rest of the field.
In fact, they've already got a whole department just to deal with a growing onslaught of federal clients.
Its guaranteed profits from the billions of government dollars expected to be funneled into computer security in the coming years — which will set this company up to become the Northrop... the Lockheed... the GE of the 21st century's defense industry.
At $18 — even at $25 or $35 — this might be the best bargain available out there...
And given how big this market is set to become, is also probably the safest investment you can make anywhere in the tech industry.
In short, it's exactly the sort of company I spend my days and searching for.
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Now over the years, I've traveled to Mexico, Australia, even as far China — all to bring my readers the most up-to-date and profitable investment information around.
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But when you see the results, you know it's worth it.
For example, I recently picked and closed Orexigen therapeutics, a biotech play which gained 378% in less than five months!
If you don't believe me, just check out the graph:

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This is not a one-time occurrence, either.
Take a quick look at some of my other winners:
  • Adobe Systems Inc. (ADBE: NASDAQ) closed with a 32.28% gain in 11 weeks.
  • Converted Organics Inc. (COIN: NASDAQ) closed with a 42.11% gain in two weeks.
  • FXP UltraShort FTSE/Xinhua China 25 Proshare (FXP: AMEX) closed with a27.23% gain in four weeks.
  • Morgan Stanley China — SHORT POSITION (CAF: NYSE), a 32.51% gain in four weeks.
  • PowerShares DB Commodity Idx Tracking Fund (DBC: AMEX), a 14.26% gain in eight weeks.
  • PowerShares DB Energy (DBE: AMEX), a 15% gain in nine weeks.
  • VMware Inc. (VMW: NASDAQ), a 44.44% gain in eight weeks.
  • Chesapeake Energy (CHK: NYSE), a 15.4% gain in 6 weeks.
  • UltraShort QQQ ProShares (QID: NASDAQ), an 11% gain 4 weeks.
  • PowerShares DB Oil (DBO: AMEX), a 49% gain in 5 months.
  • UltraShort FTSE/Xinhua China25 Proshare (FXP: AMEX), a 16.45% gain in 2 days.
  • UltraShort MSCI Emerging Markets Proshare (EEV: AMEX), a 19.6% gain in 2 days.
  • W.R. Grace & Co. (GRA: NYSE), a 72.12% gain in under 3 weeks!
That's a cumulative gain of 776.7% versus losses of only 99.2 % — a net gain of 677.5%!
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Mark my words: This will be remembered as one of the biggest plays of the 21st century's most recent — and most frightening — arms race.
This company will not only come out of this battle dozens, maybe hundreds of times bigger and more powerful than it is today...
But it will likely become a key Defense Department contractor in the years to come.
Remember, this isn't a war in which weapons are developed over months or years...
But one in which weapons crucial to our national security are developed continuously, every hour of every day, to meet a constantly-evolving threat that never sleeps.
If you want to take part in this rare investment opportunity, it's urgent you act on this offer soon...
This aggressive, efficiently-running company is already making headlines by growing their list of patents — and by increasing corporate and government clientele.
Steady growth in the field has already doubled this stock since this time in 2009...
But as the threat becomes bigger, the sky is the limit as far as where it will go from here...
You could easily see three- or four-figure gains as the Pentagon ramps up its commitment to this new realm of security.
And as private citizens awaken to the realities of living in the electronic age, the gains could continue for years to come.
I promise you won't be disappointed...
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Steve Christ
Investment Director, The Wealth Advisory

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