Son mesajimi yazdigim siralarda, Avustralya-DCNS munasebetiyle ilgili yeni bir gelisme daha vuku buldu. Bu konu belki MILDEN konu basligi altina daha uygun olabilirdi. Lakin bu baslik altinda konu suregeldigi icin burada devam edilmesi uygun dusecek.
Takip edenler haberdardir ama ben haberdar olmayanlari bilgilendireyim diyorum. DCNS’in Scorpene sinifi denizaltisina ait kritik bilgiler 24 Agustos 2016’da (4 gun once) the Australian da yazilan bir makale oncesinde ortaliga sacildigi bildirildi (kaynak – http://www.theaustralian.com.au/nationa ... a4d42db39e
). Bilmeyenler icin Scorpene sinifi denizalti hala hazirda Hindistan’in insaa ettigi ve Malezya, Sili ve Brezilya (2018) nin da kullandigi veya teslim alacagi denizaltinin bir turu. Bu olayin yankilari cok taze ve sonuclari en az 3 ulkeyi yogun bir sekilde ilgilendiriyor: Hindistan, Fransa, ve Avustralya.
Olayin nasil gerceklestiginin detaylari su sekilde ozetlenmis (Artik yerseniz) (Ingilizce):
“Sources say they believe this subcontractor somehow copied the sensitive data from DCNS in France and, along with a French colleague, took it to a Southeast Asian country. If so, he broke the law and may face prosecution.
The two men worked in that Southeast Asian country carrying out unclassified naval defence work.
The speculation is that the data on the Scorpene was removed to serve as a reference guide for the former naval officer’s new job, but it is unclear why anyone would risk breaking the law by taking classified data for such a purpose.
The two men are then said to have the fallen out with their ¬employer, a private company run by a Western businessman. They were sacked and refused re-entry to their building. At least one of the men asked to retrieve the data on the Scorpene but they were refused and the company — possibly not knowing the significance of the data — held on to it.
The secret data was then sent to the company’s head office in Singapore, where the company’s IT chief — again probably not knowing its significance — tried to load it on an internet server for the person in Sydney who was slated to replace the two sacked French workers.
The data was placed on a server on April 18, 2013, and it was then that it was dangerously vulnerable to hacking or interception by a foreign intelligence service. It is not known whether the data stayed on this server for a few days or for a year. It is not known if any foreign intelligence service ¬obtained it during this time.
Unable to send such a large file over the net and not knowing the significance of the data, the Singapore company sent it on a data disk by regular post to Sydney.
When the recipient, who was experienced in defence issues, opened the file on his home computer he was stunned. He was ¬expecting to read notes on a low-level naval program, but before him lay the secret capabilities of the new Indian submarine fleet.”
Buna mukabil Fransa hasar-kontrolu calismalarina basladi ve hem Fransa hem de Hindistan denizalti ile ilgili KRITIK bilgilerin piyasaya DOKULMUS OLAMAYACAGINI soylemeye basladilar. Cameron Stewart ise twitter hesabinda Fransa ve Hindistan’li yetkililere verdigi cevaplara su linkten ulasabilirsiniz:
https://twitter.com/camstewarttheoz?ref ... r%5Eauthor
Yayinlanan makalede ise gorulen bilgilerin neleri icerdigi su sekilde ifade edilmis:
“The leaked DCNS data details the secret stealth capabilities of the six new Indian submarines, including what frequencies they gather intelligence at, what levels of noise they make at various speeds and their diving depths, range and endurance — all sensitive information that is highly classified. The data tells the submarine crew where on the boat they can speak safely to avoid -detection by the enemy. It also discloses magnetic, electromagnetic and infra-red data as well as the specifications of the submarine’s torpedo launch system and the combat system.
It details the speed and conditions needed for using the periscope, the noise specifications of the propeller and the radiated noise levels that occur when the submarine surfaces.”
The Austrlian’daki makalenin icerdigi bilgilerin 22400 sayfa oldugu ve icerdigini konu basliklarinin ve sayfa mikatarlarinin ise sunlar oldugu ifade ediyorlar:
1) Underwater sensors, 4457 sayfa
2) Above water sensors, 4209 sayfa
3) Combat management system, 4301 sayfa
4) Torpedo launch system and specifications, 493 sayfa
5) Submarine’s communication system, 6841 sayfa
6) Submarine’s navigation system, 2138 sayfa
7) Frequencies they gather inteligence
8) Noise levels made at various speeds
9) Divng depths, range, and endurance
10) Where in the submarine, the crew can and cannot speak safely to avoid enemy detection
11) Magnetic, electromagnetic, and infrared specifics of the boat
12) Speed and conditions for safely using periscope
13) Noise specifications for the propeller
14) Radiated noise level that occurs during surfacing
Bu olaydan Avustralya’lilarin dolayli olarak etkilenebilecegi ifade ediliyor. Amerikalilar’in Fransa’nin guvenlik zaafiyeti sebebiyle bazi kritik teknolojik bilgileri DCNS ile paylasmayabilecegi ve insaa edilecek Shortfin denizaltilarin gelecegini de tehlikeye atabilecegi soyleniyor:
“The US will be alarmed by the leak of the DCNS data because Australia hopes to install an American combat system — with the latest US stealth technology — in the French Shortfin Barracuda.
If Washington does not feel confident that its “crown jewels’’ of stealth technology can be protected, it may decline to give Australia its state-of-the-art combat system.”.
Gazetede elde edilen bilgilerin bir kismi redakte edilerek paylasilmis (ilgilenenler The Australian'in verdigim linklerinden ulasabilir)…
Bilgileri Avustralya basinina servis eden kisi amacini su sekilde ifade edilmis:
“Why are you doing this I ask?
He replies: “In the wake of the recent future submarine decision (in Australia) this matter went from one of a very serious breach for both France and India to a matter of national security significance to Australia and the US.”
In other words, he wants Australia to know that its future submarine partner, France, has already lost control of secret data on India’s new submarines. His hope is that this will spur the Turnbull government and DCNS to step up security to ensure Australia’s $50 billion submarine project does not suffer the same fate.
http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/na ... f27819acfb
Fransa ise bu denizalti bilgilerinin piyasaya servis edilmesinin amacinin su sekilde ozetliyor:
“The group reasoned that the most likely scenario was that a commercial competitor was seeking to sabotage the company and had somehow obtained and then leaked the data. The obvious suspects were the losers in the submarine bid, Germany and Japan, but why would they wait for four months after the decision to strike?”
Bu bilgilerin gercekten Ihalenin kaybedenleri veya da ihaleye katilanlari birbirine dusurmek icin bundan menfaat edinecek birileri tarafindan sizdirilip sizdirilmadigi konusunda herkes bir fikir one surebilir. Lakin bu olayin iki tane buyuk kaybedeni oldugu acik: Fransa ve Hindistan. Fransa’nin sahip oldugu bu denli onemli bilgileri koruyamamasi buyuk tenkit konusu. Bu olayin kisa vade icin Fransanin katilacagi ihalelerde negative etkisi olacagi ifade ediliyor. Amma velakin Hindistan icin durum daha da vahim. Bu bilgilerin henuz tamamlanmamis $4 milyar’lik denizalti projesinin tam ortasinda ortaliga sacilmasi, Hindistan’i zor kararlar almaya sevk ediyor, cunku bu bilgilerin yakin komsularinin eline gecip gecmediginden hic bir zaman emin olamayacak.
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