Monday, March 3, 2014

NEBULA: NSA Exploit of the Day

Today's item from the NSA's Tailored Access Operations (TAO) group implant catalog:
NEBULA (S//SI//FVEY) Multi-Protocol macro-class Network-In-a-Box (NIB) system. Leverages the existing Typhon GUI and supports GSM, UMTS, CDMA2000 applications. LTE capability currently under development.
(S//SI//REL) Operational Restrictions exist for equipment deployment.
(S//SI//REL) Features:
  • Dual Carrier System
  • EGSM 900MHz
  • UMTS 2100MHz
  • CDMA2000 1900MHz
  • Macro-class Base station
  • 32+Km Range
  • Optional Battery Kits
  • Highly Mobile and Deployable
  • Integrated GPS, MS, & 802.11
  • Voice & High-speed Data
(S//SI//REL) Advanced Features:
  • GPS -- Supporting NEBULA applications
  • Designed to be self-configuring with security and encryption features
  • 802.11 -- Supports high speed wireless LAN remote command and control
(S//SI//REL) Enclosure:
  • 8.5"H x 13.0"W x 16.5"D
  • Approximately 45 lbs
  • Actively cooled for extreme environments
(S//SI//REL) NEBULA System Kit:
  • NEBULA System
  • 3 Interchangeable RF bands
  • AC/DC power converter
  • Antenna to support MS, GPS, WIFI, & RF
  • LAN, RF, & USB cables
  • Pelican Case
  • (Field Kit only) Control Laptop and Accessories
(S//SI//REL) Separately Priced Options:
  • 1500 WH LiIon Battery Kit
(S//SI//REL) Base Station Router Platform:
  • Multiple BSR units can be interconnected to form a macro network using 802.3 and 802.11 back-haul.
  • Future GPRS and HSDPA data service and associated application
Unit Cost: $250K
Page, with graphics, is here. General information about TAO and the catalog is here.

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