May 18th, 2012
12:14 PM ET

Anti-terror tech tour

James Bond had "Q" to develop all those cool gadgets for his dangerous missions, but in reality, it's the private sector that supplies much of the technology used in today's fight against terrorists. And it's not all classified. Suzanne Kelly takes us to the Counterterror Expo in Washington D.C. to get a look at just what anti-terror money can buy.


Filed under: Security Brief • Terrorism
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  1. Adi

    I removed it mallnauy, but mine didn't drop a rootkit. Kaspersky found it, but it wouldn't quarantine it (odd) but it helped me find it because it displayed the folder it was in (same as rogueamp's) and deleted it.. I found the way around this .exe problem. Right-click and click Run as admin. Then, I went to BleepingComputer and downloaded a file named FixNCR.reg. That fixed it. Then I ran MBAM and removed any remains and it found 3.

    August 3, 2012 at 12:11 am | Reply
  2. I had a pen that wrote that used a 22 round

    i also had a watch that was a radio , oh i also had the winning jackpot ticket but i gave it away with the pen and the watch.

    May 18, 2012 at 3:58 pm | Reply
  3. GOPisGreedOverPeople

    The GOP solution: Start a war with Iran (totally unfunded of course). Then get all the poor people to fight/die in the war while giving the rich people "no bid contracts". Thus killing two GOP birds with one stone. Then use Iran's oil to pay for the war. And when the war is over, Iran will sell us cheap oil!!!! Just like in Iraq!!!! Oh wait...........never mind.

    May 18, 2012 at 2:39 pm | Reply
    • HEY DUD !

      France told obama they are leaving afghanistan this year , and obama asked why , so this is fact , not the political myth that you refer to about the GOP

      May 18, 2012 at 4:01 pm | Reply

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