Title: TURMOIL GALLANTWAVE

Release Date: 2014-12-28

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(U//FOUO) TURMOIL GALLANTWAVE

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(U//FOUO) VALIANTSURF: TURMOIL GALLANTWAVE

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(U//FOUO) The TURMOIL CIET (Common Internet Encryption Technologies) Thrust's mission is to ensure that the GALLANTWAVE team's TURMOIL-related requirements are fulfilled. Two sub-projects under CIET are
VALIANTSURF and GALLANTWAVE.

(TS//SI//REL) GALLANTWAVE (GW) is aCES Mission Application hosted on TURMOIL that enables exploitation of target communications that employ Data Network Session Cipher (DNSC) technologies. The GALLANTWAVE
mission application integrates with TURBULENCE-based solutions at the front end. After interacting with T5's LONGHAUL key recovery service via ISLANDTRAN SPORT, it exploits the cipher at the front end. exposing the
plain text to follow-on selection and collection.

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(S//SI//REL) Information revealing any capability NSA has to exploit a specific target's or company's implementation of encryption for GALLANTWAVE technologies is BULLRUN.

Contents

■ 1 (U//FOUO) VALIANTSURF: TURMOIL GALLANTWAVE

■ 1.1 GALLANTWAVE Detailed Description

■ 1.2 Data Flow Diagrams

■ 2 (U) Open GALLANTWAVE DRs

■ 2.1 (U) Old GALLANTWAVE DRs
- 2.2 Spin 12.2

■ 2.3 Spin 12.1
» 3 Spin 22

■ 3.1 Stories

■ 3.2 (U) RFCs

■ 4 Spin 21

■ 4.1 Stories

GALLANTWAVE Detailed Description

(TS//SI//REL) GALLANTWAVE (GW) implements TML Stage 1 PPF graphs (1 per host) with dedicated instances of the TechPromote (GWAeg) and the PSPSeg (GWSeg). GW PPF graphs identify and promote DNSC packets that
meet criteria specified in a Rules.cfg hie. A TE GALLANTWAVE graph subsequently sessionizes the selected traffic, injects control-flow metadata, and forwards targeted DNSC Sessions to a GW mission-application hosted on a
CA Server. The GW-CAServer interacts with SCARLET FEVER (a CES LONGHAUL component) to transform those sessions for IP-addresses within an approved set of target IP-addresses. The GW-CAServer transformed sessions
are sent to XKEYSCORE via a modified TURMOIL XKS-SESSIONS graph for session processing, strong-selection, and forwarding to follow-on processing systems and Corporate Repositories.

Data Flow Diagrams

(U) Open GALLANTWAVE DRs

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Headline DR Number (TUorTML) Date Submitted Description Version Resol ution/St at us Responsible component/project TML version Testing/Deployment notes
DnscPromotionFilterEngine is part of FspfProcess and should not be X7I-T00054264 Apr 2013 The GwModule as delivered start the DnscPromotionFilterEngine as part of the FspfProcess. According to the TURMOIL Core team, no processes should be added to the FspfProcess. as this 'strictly forbidden'. Due to this configuration, we have observed a number of occurrences where the message queues for D nsc Promotion Filter are not created, and this results in 100% loss of Dnsc misson for the affected Fspf. Medium State: fixed - GW 4.0.0-3.0 Fixed with the release of GW 4.0.0-3.1 (MF#109912)
XKS HttpDemux Problem at DGO Dec 2012 For several months, GW transformed sessions requiring http decompression and detunneling have been rendered useless by an XKS 1.5.7 deficiency XKS 1.5,7 Submitted Adddate: 2013-03-28 15:05:06 Correction to the previous statement: tjse 13 does in fact have XKS 1.5.10 installed, and querying in XKEYSCORE has

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shown that, for the past week, there have been successful GALLANTWAVE decrypts that have resulted in hiLs on compression/http decompressed' but not any results that are stUl in the gzip compressed state. Thus, we can feel confident that XKS 1.5.10 also resolves this Issue, though it has not been deployed to any live sites as of yet.
Memory allocation errors Mar 2013 Both the TtSessionToPackelEngine and TtPacketlnjectorEngine engines have multiple crashes and restarts due to memory allocation errors (see below). TUMMS graph showing restarts is attached. /c2/run.d/cemetery/TepidTsunamiPrecess /2013-03-13 04:48:19.487/p recess. log:2013-03-13 04:48:18,249 ERROR tdk.ad apter. spte. SessionToPacketTVan sformEn gineAdap ter Root cause: St9bad alloc; Calling Session ToPacketTransformEngine-processSession: Unexpected bad alloc exception caught: St9bad alloc High State: Open Tt 4.0.0-1.3

(U) Old GALLANTWAVE DRs

■ see Old GALLANTWAVE DRs for closed, resolved, rejected etc DRs

Spin 12.2

■ GW 3.1-3.1 uses UTT/Core SSC or Static Target files to target.
(U) GALLANTWAVE and NetDef Brief

Spin 12.1

(U//FOUO) Feathers

■ GW 3.1-2.0 uses KEYCARD to target and has the SLIDETACKLE capability.

■ GW 3.1-3.0 uses Core SSC and IPCollector to target and works at both U and NET Def sites

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Stories

(U//FOUO) Support GALLANTWAVE Deployments
(U//FOUO) Prototype Stage 1' Reinjection US131 TA1563

(U) RFCs

RFC Number (TU or TML) Description Related DR(s) Resolution/ Status Date Submitted
2981 Instructions to change targeting file None week of 6 Dec 2010
3120 Instructions to change MHS Live targeting file None week of 17 Jan 2011

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Stories

GALLANTWAVE
(U//FOUO) Feather Deliveries

(U//FOUO) Deploy/activate CA Servers to POLARSTARKEY
(U//FOUO) Interagency pairing
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