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Saturday, June 5, 2010

Massive Spy Operation Uncovered, CellaredinCanada(TM) wines involved.

REAL: NEWS: The detailed research and investigations carried out by
Canada-based authors of the report 'Shadows in the Cloud' have pointed to a
spy network command and control system that used free web-hosting services
and social networking sites like Twitter, Facebook, and Google. These
accounts were manipulated by a "core" of servers based in Chengdu in China.

TRAWNA - (GOSH Wine News Services) - GOSH Wine News Services has just
learned that there is a spy operation within closely guarded Canadian wine
computer servers.

Top investigative wine reporter Brett Grimsby has been following this story
for days now, and he files his report based on several interviews with
Miffed Mole, the collective name for our sources who are familiar with the
situation, and who spoke to him on condition of anonymity because they were
not authorized to divulge details while they were very close to the centre
of discussions and while the matter under consideration had not yet been
finalized nor announced to the public. While the decisions may or may not
have been finalized internally, and while an announcement on the matter may
or may not be imminent, possibly within the next week or two, that specific
timeline is not really known.

Grimsby has uncovered the existence of a "Shadow Network". Canadian
researchers have found a vast online espionage based in China that used
email and Twitter to extract highly sensitive wine information from Canadian

Stolen documents recovered in a year-long investigation show the hackers
have breached the servers of dozens of computer wine networks, taking
from top-secret files on wine recipes with and without a stretch water
component to confidential inventory sorting, including shrinkage from winery
to warehouse, and warehouse to store.

Grimsby's findings have exposed one of the biggest online spy rings ever

Apparently, the network of botnets are being controlled remotely and made to
report to China.

Allegedly, the Chinese government is preparing a master formula for new
CellaredinCanada(TM) wines to take over from the front-leading and
Freggie(TM) (the popular fruit-vegetable wine).

But Grimsby speculates: "Why anybody would want to expend time and energy on
such a lost cause as CellaredinCanada(TM) is beyond me.There's an enormous
lake out there, with wines selling at under 20 cents a litre on the re-sale
market. Unless the Chinese government has something else up its sleeve.Maybe
they want to re-do Icewine? Maybe take over VQA? Maybe have Chinese
restaurants sell only CellaredinCanada(TM) wines? Maybe they want to do
their own wines!"

For the moment, the Association for Cellared in Canada Wines has refused to
comment, as did the Liberal Control of Beverages in Ontario, A Clown, er,
Crown Corporation in A Have-Not Province.

As Grimsby has noted, "We'll just have to wait and see how it all plays

Chimo! www.deantudor.com AND http://gothicepicures.blogspot.com

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