It is said that there is no security on the net - even among "security" firms (not that Stratfor was ever worth sierra - or was a security co.).
On another topic, glad that we got out there early on the infiltration in AF issue. Has become quite the natsec crisis recently. Although some narratives are still hanging on tenuously:
“If the trust, ability and willingness to partner falls apart, you are looking at the endgame here,” said Mark Jacobson, who served until last summer as the NATO deputy senior civilian representative in Kabul.
The killing of the U.S. officers on Saturday occurred two days after a man wearing an Afghan army uniform fatally shot two American troops in eastern Afghanistan, the latest in a string of incidents in recent months in which local security forces have turned against NATO personnel.
And another piece in NYT today. “Afghan good enough” - slogan of the day.
(Although gov/media axis generally is trying to position the story as a "stay the course" and "we can't be pushed out of AF" theme - what can we expect in an election year - doubts as to the viability of the mission are becoming clear even to some of the normally oblivious.)