Perhaps this has some good information in it but if they're going to build it in this way then it's probably worth keeping internally and not releasing to the world. I think at this point it's probably harder to build something in Flash and find someone to build it in Flash than in more modern web technology.
Knowledge is power and you can not undermine the military in anyway, the military is all about control of the warzone and today you are the enemy combatant, so every asset is deployed against you to control you from the day you were born. If you think this stuff is limited to just hacking computers, consider the fact social engineering is a valid hacking attack vector. Are End User Licence Agreements just massive obvious warrant canaries when considering the legal prose?
Is our^H^H^H my military really so backward?
Is it from bureaucracy? Or, are there really people who think this is legit?
How can I get this garbage improved?
This is our tax dollars at work. I wish we had politicians that would spend our money wisely, rather than just keep increasing military budget and build crap.
Step 2: Fail Test
Step 4: Pass test?!
Step 2: Can't take test
Step 3: Fail test
Definitely felt way more like a way to train non-technical employees to not get phished and to keep security principles in mind in the workplace. The game-ification aspect actually seems beneficial compared to other similar training I've done in the past though!
Seeing that anyone still uses Flash just makes me sad.
This one's tough.