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FBI Surveillance Vans

 
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You know too much.
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It's our job to know.
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You know too much.
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It's our job to know.
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i have seen a very similar van if not the same make. usually just hanging out for apparently no reason at all.
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the guy who worked on my wife's washer yesterday drove one......now I wonder if he was undercover??? hmmmmmmm lolololo
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cops are using that utility man cover
to get in your house when they can't get
a search warrant legally. be aware ;)
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roger dat hey just cause you are paranoid does not mean they are kNOt out 2 get ya lolololo
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So the other day I was in my apartment and was connecting my new iPad to my WiFi network. Everything seemed fine, but while looking for my WiFi network I happened to notice this listed on available networks "FBISurveillanceVan".

Below is the screen shot -

[link to s1152.photobucket.com]


After seeing this, I looked out my apartment window and notices a white unmarked van outside my door. Below are the pictures of the van along with the license plate "BUJIN" which is a "ninja" character name from Dragon Balls.

When I saw the van, I when outside, took pictures (below) and an older guy around his late 40's with a bluetooth headset got into the van.

[link to s1152.photobucket.com]

[link to s1152.photobucket.com]

[link to s1152.photobucket.com]

From my research these vans are made by Ford and called "Transit Connect", a complete internet on wheels van with high tech equipment, hotspot capabilities and a tibbe key which is round and very unusual for starting automobiles.

[link to s1152.photobucket.com]

Has anyone else seen these vans around?

I wouldn't be surprised if the FBI didn't check what WiFi name they were transmitting and I'm sure someone in their IT department probably didn't think or check to make sure it was something unique. Either that or legally they have to transmit that ID to get around the law of "surveillance".

DON'T TRUST THESE VANS IF THEY'RE AROUND YOU!

I have read articles before of the FBI doing this and also x-ray viewing into homes with vans.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1301450

I live in Hawaii and I see those FBI networks all the time on there. I say invite them up for beers and a round of Jenga FFS (Facepalm*) SLAP!agent
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I saw the same exact wifi network FBISurvellianceVan JUST LIKE THAT for not the first but SECOND time in a different place I saw it the first time.

I thought it was someone playing a joke but seeing the exact same network in two different locations has me knowing they are indeed watching me. We're in the same boat friend....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 682262


The wi fi connection I use from my neighbor.. (I split the bill with him.. is called.. FBI Surveillance Van #82 I know him pretty well.. about 6 months.. any thoughts?
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I saw the same exact wifi network FBISurvellianceVan JUST LIKE THAT for not the first but SECOND time in a different place I saw it the first time.

I thought it was someone playing a joke but seeing the exact same network in two different locations has me knowing they are indeed watching me. We're in the same boat friend....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 682262


The wi fi connection I use from my neighbor.. (I split the bill with him.. is called.. FBI Surveillance Van #82 I know him pretty well.. about 6 months.. any thoughts?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8993616


I had wondered about the name and asked him when I was hooking up to it.. He said it was just a joke.. I know where he works.. it is not for the FBI maybe it's just coincidence?
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Can't stay logged in log, but the other day while I was working in my Faraday cage I detected a new WiFi network. It was called "WeAreTheNSAandWeAreHereToKillYou". I didn't think to much about cause it was a WPA2 closed network so I wasn't going to spend to much time trying to connect to it.

Oddly though about that time I noticed several dudes skulking around outside my building (which I've ringed with CCTV cams). Suddenly they all drew pistols and busted in! I dropped a thermite grenade on my gear and beat feet to my old station wagon. I barely got away before the building exploded. Not sure what happened to those goons, but I felt lucky to be alive!

So now I've been seeing white vans and I've picked up a few more weird WiFi networks on my iPhone (jailbroken so they can't get a fix on me); stuff like "WeAreNOTtheNSAandWeWillNotHurtYouEver", and "WeReallyLikeYouandYouHaveNothingToFearFromYourGovernment".

Wish I could figure out how they're tracking me. I'm so tired I haven't slept in over 128 hours.

Got to go...
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SHILL
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Here's another thread on it....
Thread: FBI Surveillance Van #23
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Here's another thread on it....
Thread: FBI Surveillance Van #23
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And.. another.. weird tho... Thread: FBI Surveillance Van #23
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03/22/2012 02:46 AM
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Wrong one.. Thread: Surveillance Van 1
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OP,

I know what some of these vans look like (I've seen them from the inside) and your pics aren't like the same ones I know about. First of all they aren't nearly as high tech as you think. They have windows all the way around and have very dark tinting. So dark that you'd have to press your face up against the glass to look inside. But if you did, it wouldn't help. The inside of these vans have a thick, dark, mesh like material lining all interior windows. In numerous places this mesh is fashioned together with velcro. When someone is under surveillance, a small portion of the mesh is pealed back allowing the people inside to peer out while keeping 99% of the van interior in the dark. Do you understand what I'm saying?

Heat becomes a major problem for these guys. They can't just run the van and turn on the air when they're on a job. That would tip the bad guys off. Believe it or not, they have a large cooler inside packed with ice. Air is forced through one side of the cooler and blown out the other to cool the interior. I'm not joking. I couldn't believe it myself. Crude but effective.

Bottom line. Surveillance doesn't work if they can't see outside the van. But, they have to prevent anyone's ability to look inside at the same time.
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For the record there are no more FBI surveillance vans they are all DHS now.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1043775


i'd say that if the .gov has to drive around with wifi sniffers then we have been lied to about the security of our country, therefore i believe you all need to chill about stuff. we live in a techno society with utility vehicles reading meters and stuff. keep it real. a g-man doesn't have to park in front of your house to nab your communications. that's really outdated thinking, like by 2 decades at least. it wouldn't surprise me if smartasses are naming their wifi with silly names to scare people. its probably the latest craze in adolescent drama.
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I agree just look at the movie Enemy Of The State from 1998... That was all real 10 years before that movie was made lol
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Wow, that's strange. I'd be interested to know if anyone else on here has experienced the same thing or noticed any similar vehicles or networks.
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I recorded this the morning after a family reported a out of control Massive triangle. The sighting happened the night before at 9:00pm... I saw these vans parked in front of their house at 8:30 am the next morning.....I got the report, at the time, I was a MUFON investigator.....I drove by the location of the sighting that morning while on my way to work.....then I saw these guys.....

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03/22/2012 12:09 PM
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Yeah. I realize that the govt. is short sighted, but do you think they would name their networks that? C'mon....rly?
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Man, that is funnier than shit....
That is how I have my router labeled so morons won't try to hack my wi-fi....
Was a posting on the internet quite some time ago about doing that...
Mine has a van number after it..... freaks people out.
(apparently enough to post to GLP...)
My friend across the street from me commented on seeing it listed on his wireless card listing and I cracked up...
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Dude I have seen these types of vans around at my college campus and in my hometown.
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So the other day I was in my apartment and was connecting my new iPad to my WiFi network. Everything seemed fine, but while looking for my WiFi network I happened to notice this listed on available networks "FBISurveillanceVan".

Below is the screen shot -

[link to s1152.photobucket.com]


After seeing this, I looked out my apartment window and notices a white unmarked van outside my door. Below are the pictures of the van along with the license plate "BUJIN" which is a "ninja" character name from Dragon Balls.

When I saw the van, I when outside, took pictures (below) and an older guy around his late 40's with a bluetooth headset got into the van.

[link to s1152.photobucket.com]

[link to s1152.photobucket.com]

[link to s1152.photobucket.com]

From my research these vans are made by Ford and called "Transit Connect", a complete internet on wheels van with high tech equipment, hotspot capabilities and a tibbe key which is round and very unusual for starting automobiles.

[link to s1152.photobucket.com]

Has anyone else seen these vans around?

I wouldn't be surprised if the FBI didn't check what WiFi name they were transmitting and I'm sure someone in their IT department probably didn't think or check to make sure it was something unique. Either that or legally they have to transmit that ID to get around the law of "surveillance".

DON'T TRUST THESE VANS IF THEY'RE AROUND YOU!

I have read articles before of the FBI doing this and also x-ray viewing into homes with vans.
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quit selling drugs and stop using you will be fine
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Yes, we know too much....and a threat...
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The agents are coming for you! Hide all sensitive materials NOW!
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There is a wifi network around here named:
DHS-XXXXX with the X's as our zip code.
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People make up their own Wifi username. Someone is just playing a trick.
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I would say its all kid pranks but not so sure it is. Today my dog knocked out my wifi box while plugging it back in and waiting for my connection to show up. I saw one that said FBI surveillance Van. I would never try to connect to anyone else s internet but got my curiosity up. A few minutes later cops fire trucks ambulances went by my house. THe signal disappeared then a few minutes later it re appeared with a weaker signal. as well as more sirens racing through here. As one person posted i have heard of our houses being spyed in a cpl years ago do i believe it I am not sure i guess the government can do what they want. I do believe here today there was something going on as signal got weaker and i live in a city i see all kinds of weird names for their wifis but never this. Its just up to the person i do not do illegal things so i have nothing to worry about. As long as your shirt is clean sort of speak then no one should have to worry.
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Here is my screen shot: [link to www.facebook.com]
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Too bad you don't own the complex, you could have it towed.
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Give me a freaking break... do you REALLY think the FBI would name their wifi connection FBI Survelliance Van? If you do, then you need some serious help.

That is a very old joke- in fact several people do that as a joke to their neighnbors..
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You know how people post little jokes on Facebook? One says "I am going to make my neighbors nervous and name my wifi FBI surv. van".

I think it's a joke because I bet that people have done that thinking it's funny. Unless you are breaking the law I wouldn't worry about it.
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They all came from the same location.

Dealership across from Rite Aid in Lemoyne, PA.


They had so many over the last decade they had to park them by the Karnes parking lot.

Obviously issued from same database. Must secure that central thang as all terrorists would want it all in one place.

Who are the terrorists? Khumer Rouge-JFK-Holy Shit-Cancer Inst Terrorists from Moon Land.

Is it soup yet?

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Same thing in Las Vegas, but why would they advertise their surveillance???
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I had the same thing show up in my list last year for quite some time.

It's gone now but now there's an NSA SPI-net.

Obviously it's a joke. No one in security is actually going to CALL their networks by these names.
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