Carolyn P. Meinel Hall of Shame
Name: Carolyn P. Meinel
Internic #: CM1773 (whois techbroker.com)
Social Security #: 558-82-9106 (posted to chili.rt66.com web server)
Phone #: (505)281-9269 (posted to chili.rt66.com web server)
Address1: PO BOX 1520 (posted to chili.rt66.com web server)
Cedar Crest, NM 87008-1520
Address2: 4 Fawn Rd (posted to www.techbroker.com)
Cedar Crest, NM
Business Address: 79 Weimer Rd. N (whois techbroker.com)
Sandia Park, NM 87047
Business Phone: (505)281-9675 (posted to www.techbroker.com)
Business Fax: (505)281-0490 (posted to www.techbroker.com)
CreditCard: Visa 4060-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx 01/01 (posted to chili.rt66.com web server)
Servers she was on, that were attacked and compromised as a result of her instigation:
- www.shellonly.com mirror
This is also where her .bash_history was mailed to me from.
- ?.nmia.com Hacked by GALF?
- www.techbroker.com ? - ?
- www.secureservers.net GALF - while HH list was maintained there
- cibola.net ? - cibola dropped her as a customer
- mack.rt66.com After her "hacker wargames" challenge. The intruders did
*NOT* RM the machine like the ZD article claimed, according
to Carolyn in an HH Digest.
- chili.rt66.com mirror
The second attack on rt66.com .. intruders replaced
the web page and sent mail to several people. The web
page also linked to her mail spool.
- rt66.com Repeated attacks (as many as 5? more?) on this ISP.
- techbroker.com Hacked by HFG.
Some notes from a book that quoted her.
Carolyn P. Meinel
Meinel is President of M/B Research, a small, woman-owned consulting
Current and recent clients:
* NA Group. Objective: research opportunites in Ka band low Earth orbit
* Space Dynamics Laboratory of Utah State University. Objective: to find
customers for their space-based infrared sensor technologies.
* Barton-Aschman Associates, Inc. Served as technology guru for the
California Trade and Goods Movement Study.
* American Paging, Inc. Goal: to determine innovative, vertically
integrated markets and the technologies needed to implement them for
narrowband PCS mobile communications.
Other clients have included:
* Science Applications International Corp. Developed system concept to
use neutral particle beams for remote mapping of the elements on
airless solar system bodies. This evolved into the US/Russian Double
Eagle lunar mission project (currently on hold).
* For the Federal Highway Administration, researched and wrote
"Transportation Technology Trends," an analysis of future technology
impacts under a NAFTA free trade scenario. This research was conducted
under the TransNet West project in collaboration with the Center for
the New West, the think tank of US West Communications.
* Assisted VP Racing Fuels, the producer of the fuels used by the top
ground vehicle race winners in the US, in locating research partners
for development of race car parts.
* Served as Science and Engineering Technical Advisor to the Defense
Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA -- now called ARPA) Tactical
Technology and Strategic Technology Offices on electromagnetic launch
and hypervelocity weapons.
Meinel has coauthored a series of market research books for Forecast
International/DMS International of Newtown, CT:
* World Intelligent Vehicle/Highway Systems Market
* World Intermodal Freight Market
* Emerging Technologies, Vol.s III and IV
* Elecromagnetic Launch Systems, Vol.s I and II
* World Space Systems Forecast
From August 1983 through March 1987 Meinel was a Senior Scientist with
Analytic Decisions, Inc., a consulting firm in Arlington, VA. Coded orbital
mechanics programs; Science and Engineering Technical Advisor on projects on
hypervelocity weapons, space-based sensors and large optics; evaluated
proposals for the Strategic Defense Initiative Office (SDIO, now BMDO) and
From 1980 through 1983 Meinel was an independent consultant and freelance
writer. Special correspondent, "World Aerospace Weekly;" columnist, "Future
Life" magazine; contributing editor, "MIT Technology Review." Installed
computer interfaces in industrial facilities.
In 1975 Meinel cofounded the L-5 Society for Space Development,. She edited
its monthly magazine, and served as president. Meinel coordinated the
lobbying effort that defeated the 1979 UN Agreement Governing Activities of
States on the Moon and Other Celestial Bodies.
In 1972 Meinel cofounded and became general manager of Analog Precision,
Inc., a manufacturer of analog and digital control devices used in
Education: MS, Industrial Engineering, The University of Arizona.
Publications: Over 200 technical and scientific papers and articles for the
popular press. Coauthorship of seven technical books. Sample publications:
* Carolyn Meinel and John T. Bosma, "Advanced Vehicle Electronics," World
Automotive Industry Bulletin, Feb. 4, 1992.
* Carolyn Meinel, et al., "Remote Resource Mapping of Solar System
Bodies," proceedings of Engineering, Construction and Operations in
Space (Space '90) conference, April 22-26, 1990,
* Harry D. Fair, Carolyn Meinel, et al., "Electromagnetic Earth-to-Space
Launch," IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, Jan. 1989.
* Carolyn Meinel and Thomas Blau, "Military Space Launch Today: a US
Perspective," Military Technology magazine, Oct. 1988.
* Carolyn Meinel, "Adelman, Apple II Bust Crypto Code," Infoworld
magazine, July 1982.