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Offline zorgon

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Re: they know what you are doing
« Reply #615 on: June 27, 2015, 10:24:51 AM »
Facebook people huffed and they puffed when they found out Facebook was a CI/NSA controlled site

Lasted a couple months and everyoe forgot about it, posting as usual

WE told them about it YEARS ago at ATS and at Pegasus and at Cryptom before us

The CEO of Facebook sums it up like this...

Facebook CEO Admits To Calling Users 'Dumb frigs'



Mark Zuckerberg admits in a New Yorker profile that he mocked early Facebook users for trusting him with their personal information. A youthful indiscretion, the Facebook founder says he's much more mature now, at the ripe age of 26.

"They trust me — dumb frigs," says Zuckerberg in one of the instant messages, first published by former Valleywag Nicholas Carlson at Silicon Alley Insider, and now confirmed by Zuckerberg himself in Jose Antonio Vargas's New Yorker piece. Zuckerberg now tells Vargas, "I think I've grown and learned a lot" since those instant messages.


http://gawker.com/5636765/facebook-ceo-admits-to-calling-users-dumb-frigs

And don't even get me started on TWITTER HEADS  :P

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Re: they know what you are doing
« Reply #616 on: July 06, 2015, 04:46:37 AM »

 ;D well it was only a matter of time before the hackers started to hack each other... ::)


Hacking Team, Which Sells Surveillance Tech To Governments, Exposed By Major Hack


http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/technology/hacking-team-which-sells-surveillance-tech-to-governments-exposed-by-major-hack/ar-AAcBNCZ
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One of the technology world’s most notorious providers of surveillance and intrusion software has found itself on the wrong end of an embarrassing hack.

A range of sensitive documents belonging to Italy-based Hacking Team, which is known for working with governments worldwide, appeared to leak out over the weekend, including email communications and client lists. The hackers, who remain unidentified at this time, also took over the group’s Twitter account, using it to post screenshots of emails and other details, as CSO first reported.

Hacking Team is a mysterious organization which has long been thought to sell tracking and hacking software to governments, particularly those in developing markets. The organization describes itself as providing “effective, easy-to-use offensive technology to the worldwide law enforcement and intelligence communities”. One tool that it is known to offer is Davinci, a service marketed at law enforcement organization that can purportedly access SMS, emails, web browsing and more to locate specific targets.

Last year, the organization denied selling technology to “any repressive regime” following a report from a report from Citizen Lab, but early leaks of the files — which weigh it at over 400GB — appear to show government contracts with Kazahkstan, Sudan, Russia, Saudi Arabia and others.

http://twitter.com/evacide/status/617893808580096000/photo/1

In addition, it seems that the company also sold software to private companies. That was something that it denied doing in the past.

http://twitter.com/netik/status/617916052052144128/photo/1

Further email correspondence appears to show Hacking Team acknowledge that it supplied technology to Ethopian authorities which was subsequently used to spy on journalists and activists, per another report from Citizen Lab.

In an apparent leaked note posted to Twitter, Hacking Team COO Giancarlo Russo acknowledged the potential that the client had abused its software, but appeared to bury any concerns around ethics by explaining that a flag had been raised by “two of the newest guys… who may be frightened by this kind of press.”



Want to guess whether we suspended the client? pic.twitter.com/8H42Io1Z3M

— Hacked Team (@hackingteam) July 6, 2015

A further list, posted to Pastebin, claims to show the organization’s client list, which includes government agencies from Australia, Egypt, Malaysia, Mexico, Singapore, Spain, Thailand, Turkey and UAE. The Verge reported in 2013 that Hacking Team made a major push to lure U.S.-based clients, and according to this list, the FBI and Drug Enforcement Agency had engaged Hacking Team’s services at one point.

Many of the security community may enjoy the irony that Hacking Team, which is listed on Reporter’s Without Borders’ ‘Enemies Of The Internet’ list, is being exposed so publicly, but there’s a genuine concern that if the organization’s source codes are indeed part of the leaked documentation — which experts are still looking over — then that could grant widespread access to some very powerful tools.

Hacking Team founder Christian Pozzi claimed on Twitter that the hackers falsified information about the company’s services and clients, adding that the company is working with police on the issue.



We are currently working closely with the police at the moment. I can't comment about the recent breach.

— Christian Pozzi (@christian_pozzi) July 6, 2015

A further tweet appeared to suggest that the company is shutting down, but it isn’t clearly whether that is genuine or just a reaction to the outpouring of company information into the public domain.



We are closing down. Bye Saudi Arabia. You paid us well. Allahuhakbah.

— Christian Pozzi (@christian_pozzi) July 6, 2015

Source: http://techcrunch.com/2015/07/06/hacking-team-hacked/



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Re: they know what you are doing
« Reply #617 on: July 06, 2015, 06:50:24 AM »


too late to modify the above post and add this...sigh  :(


Hacking Team, Maker Of Government Surveillance Software, Targeted In Attack
 
 Reuters    |  By Eric Auchard 
   Posted:  07/06/2015 8:26 am EDT    Updated:  46 minutes ago
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/07/06/hacking-team_n_7734926.html
By Eric Auchard

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Italy's Hacking Team, which makes surveillance software used by governments to police the web, appeared to be the victim of hacking on a grand scale itself on Monday.

The Milan-based company, which describes itself as a maker of lawful interception software used by police and intelligence services worldwide, has been accused by anti-surveillance campaigners of selling snooping tools to governments with poor human rights records.

Hacking Team found its Twitter account hijacked on Monday and used by hackers to release what is alleged to be more than 400 gigabytes of the company's internal documents, email correspondence, employee passwords and the underlying source code of its products.

"Since we have nothing to hide, we're publishing all our emails, files and source code," posts published on the company's hijacked Twitter account said, but were subsequently deleted.

One U.S. privacy rights activist hailed the publication of the stolen Hacking Team documents as the "best transparency report ever", while another digital activist compared the disclosures to a Christmas gift in July for anti-surveillance campaigners.

Among the documents unearthed and published by unknown hackers was a spreadsheet that purports to show the company's active and inactive clients at the end of 2014.

Those listed included police agencies in several European countries, the FBI and Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) in the United States, as well as police and state security organizations in countries with records of human rights abuses including Egypt, Ethiopia, Kazakhstan, Morocco, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia and Sudan.

Sudan's National Intelligence Security Service was one of two customers in the client list given the special designation of "not officially supported".

However, a second document, an invoice for 480,000 euros to the same security service, calls into question repeated denials by the Hacking Team that it has ever done business with Sudan.

Hacking Team did not respond to emails or calls seeking to confirm the veracity of the documents. In a previous statement in March, the company said it could not disclose its clients "since to do so could jeopardize ongoing law enforcement investigations".

The 12-year-old, Milan-based company was singled out in 2012 as one of five private sector "Corporate Enemies of the Internet" in a 2012 report by Reporters Without Borders.

Citizen Lab, a digital rights research group loosely affiliated with the University of Toronto, has published numerous reports linking Hacking Team software to repression of minority and dissident groups, as well as journalists in a number of countries in Africa and the Middle East.


 (Editing by Susan Fenton)


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Re: they know what you are doing
« Reply #618 on: July 06, 2015, 11:25:13 PM »

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Re: they know what you are doing
« Reply #619 on: July 07, 2015, 03:11:17 AM »
Imaging hundreds of those carrying doses of LSD or cyanide!  A plague of drug wielding cyber mozzies!

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Re: they know what you are doing
« Reply #620 on: July 07, 2015, 03:59:35 AM »
Imaging hundreds of those carrying doses of LSD or cyanide!  A plague of drug wielding cyber mozzies!
I suppose some EMPs could take care of them. :)

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Re: they know what you are doing
« Reply #621 on: July 07, 2015, 11:58:18 AM »


hey Z... you are not only way out of date you are incorrect with your post

sadly this kind of scare tactic is usually the work of thor..

I thought better of you






Insect Mosquito Spy Drone Photo - Internet/Facebook Rumour
3 Apr 2013 - Article No: 1701. Filed under: General | Internet/Facebook Rumour



This image that has been circulated the Internet since at least 2012 purports to show a mosquito size MAV (Miniature Aerial Vehicle or Micro Air Vehicle) funded by the US Government that can be remotely controlled with the ability to take photos, extract DNA or leave RFID tracking technology on humans.

However the photo is certainly false.


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http://www.networkworld.com/article/2222611/microsoft-subnet/the-future-of-drone-surveillance--swarms-of-cyborg-insect-drones.html

The Future of Drone Surveillance: Swarms of Cyborg Insect Drones
The future of drone surveillance is coming in a swarm of bug-sized flying spies.
Network World | Jun 18, 2012 2:36 PM PT
So the "mosquito" drone is fake, so far as we know, but the Air Force asked for itty bitty drones that could "covertly drop a mysterious and unspecified tracking 'dust' onto people, allowing them to be tracked from a distance." All of this drone tech is meant for military use, but would we really see these if they were deployed in America?



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http://www.hoaxorfact.com/Technology/tiny-robot-mosquito-drones-being-researched-by-the-us-government.html
Story:
Is this a mosquito? No. It’s an insect spy drone for urban areas, already in production, funded by the US Government. It can be remotely controlled and is equipped with a camera and a microphone. It can land on you, and it may have the potential to take a DNA sample or leave RFID tracking nanotechnology on your skin. It can fly through an open window, or it can attach to your clothing until you take it in your home.

Hoax or Fact:
Mixture of hoax and facts.

Analysis:
The story comes with a picture claiming to show a Mosquito spy drone that can take photographs and DNA samples of people, and that it is funded by the U.S government for tracking people.

It is a fact that there are reports suggesting that research is going on to develop the MAV's, i.e. Micro Air Vehicles in the form of tiny flying objects like a mosquito. The purpose of these MAVs is to be useful in scientific and military applications. The micro flying robot can have cameras, microphones and other sensors that can take pictures, videos and other useful scientific and biological information from people and places where humans (or the military) cannot reach. This way the tiny flying robots can also be used as spies and weapons against enemies.

Earlier Citations
In 2007, at the International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), the latest developments in unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) were showcased. Scientists talked about the design of micro UAVs of insect-size that actually flap their tiny little wings, and convey important communication information in a given mission. Not just from U.S, there were in total 20 UAV-related papers at the conference, from four continents and eight countries, including Portugal, Germany, France, Switzerland, Japan, Australia, Mexico, and Brazil.

In 2008, the U.S. military engineers were trying to design flying robots disguised as insects which can fly and spy on enemies to conduct dangerous missions without risking human lives. Refer to an animated picture in the image section below. Greg Parker, who helps lead this research at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton talks about this saying:

"The way we envision it is, there would be a bunch of these sent out in a swarm. If we know there's a possibility of bad guys in a certain building, how do we find out? We think this would fill that void."

Parker and his team planned to start and develop such a bird-sized robot as soon as 2015, followed by the insect-sized models by 2030.

The Facts
The picture shown in the story is not a real robot mosquito drone, but simply one such proposed 'prototype' that may become reality in future, and perhaps they will also be able to take photographs and DNA samples of people. But as of now, these are only speculations, and not facts in practical. A quote from RT America confirms the same:

As early as in 2007 the US government was accused of secretly developing robotic insect spies when anti-war protesters in the US saw some flying objects similar to dragonflies or little helicopters hovering above them. No government agency has admitted to developing insect-size spy drones though some official and private organizations have admitted that they were trying.

Watch the video, it explains the same story.

References:
Unraveling a Butterfly's Aerial Antics Could Help Builders of Bug-Size Flying Robots
The Coolest Flying Robot Projects At IROS Conference
U.S. hopes to develop bug-sized, flying spies
US military surveillance future: Drones now come in swarms?


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Example:   [Collected via e-mail, August 2012]
http://www.snopes.com/photos/technology/insectdrone.asp
Insect Spy Drone
Claim:   Photograph shows an insect spy drone that can take photographs and DNA samples.




 MIXTURE



Example:   [Collected via e-mail, August 2012]


Is this a mosquito?

No. It's an insect spy drone for urban areas, already in production, funded by the US Government. It can be remotely controlled and is equipped with a camera and a microphone. It can land on you, and it may have the potential to take a DNA sample or leave RFID tracking nanotechnology on your skin. It can fly through an open window, or it can attach to your clothing until you take it in your home.


image: http://www.snopes.com/photos/technology/graphics/drone.jpg

 
 

Origins:   One of the current areas of research reportedly being undertaken in the scientific/military field is the development of micro air vehicles (MAVs), tiny flying objects intended to go places that cannot be (safely) reached by humans or other types of equipment. One of the primary military applications envisioned for MAVs is the gathering of intelligence (through the surreptitious use of cameras, microphones, or other types of sensors); among the more extreme applications posited for such devices is that they may eventually be used as "swarm weapons" which could be launched en masse against enemy forces.

Read more at http://www.snopes.com/photos/technology/insectdrone.asp#FL062uqbYmMmM2Ur.99
Example:   [Collected via e-mail, August 2012]


Is this a mosquito?

No. It's an insect spy drone for urban areas, already in production, funded by the US Government. It can be remotely controlled and is equipped with a camera and a microphone. It can land on you, and it may have the potential to take a DNA sample or leave RFID tracking nanotechnology on your skin. It can fly through an open window, or it can attach to your clothing until you take it in your home.


image: http://www.snopes.com/photos/technology/graphics/drone.jpg

 
 

Origins:   One of the current areas of research reportedly being undertaken in the scientific/military field is the development of micro air vehicles (MAVs), tiny flying objects intended to go places that cannot be (safely) reached by humans or other types of equipment. One of the primary military applications envisioned for MAVs is the gathering of intelligence (through the surreptitious use of cameras, microphones, or other types of sensors); among the more extreme applications posited for such devices is that they may eventually be used as "swarm weapons" which could be launched en masse against enemy forces.

Read more at http://www.snopes.com/photos/technology/insectdrone.asp#FL062uqbYmMmM2Ur.99Is this a mosquito?

No. It's an insect spy drone for urban areas, already in production, funded by the US Government. It can be remotely controlled and is equipped with a camera and a microphone. It can land on you, and it may have the potential to take a DNA sample or leave RFID tracking nanotechnology on your skin. It can fly through an open window, or it can attach to your clothing until you take it in your home.
Read more at http://www.snopes.com/photos/technology/insectdrone.asp#FL062uqbYmMmM2Ur.99Origins:   One of the current areas of research reportedly being undertaken in the scientific/military field is the development of micro air vehicles (MAVs), tiny flying objects intended to go places that cannot be (safely) reached by humans or other types of equipment. One of the primary military applications envisioned for MAVs is the gathering of intelligence (through the surreptitious use of cameras, microphones, or other types of sensors); among the more extreme applications posited for such devices is that they may eventually be used as "swarm weapons" which could be launched en masse against enemy forces.

Some efforts in MAV research have involved trying to mimic birds or flying insects to achieve flight capabilities not attainable through other means of aerial propulsion. In 2007 a bug-like MAV model with a
Read more at http://www.snopes.com/photos/technology/insectdrone.asp#FL062uqbYmMmM2Ur.99Origins:   One of the current areas of research reportedly being undertaken in the scientific/military field is the development of micro air vehicles (MAVs), tiny flying objects intended to go places that cannot be (safely) reached by humans or other types of equipment. One of the primary military applications envisioned for MAVs is the gathering of intelligence (through the surreptitious use of cameras, microphones, or other types of sensors); among the more extreme applications posited for such devices is that they may eventually be used as "swarm weapons" which could be launched en masse against enemy forces.

Some efforts in MAV research have involved trying to mimic birds or flying insects to achieve flight capabilities not attainable through other means of aerial propulsion. In 2007 a bug-like MAV model with a
Read more at http://www.snopes.com/photos/technology/insectdrone.asp#FL062uqbYmMmM2Ur.99............

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Re: they know what you are doing
« Reply #622 on: July 07, 2015, 04:16:15 PM »
BOTH your rebuttal pages say MIXTURE  in other words part true part false  even Snopes  :P

From Snopes

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Origins:   One of the current areas of research reportedly being undertaken in the scientific/military field is the development of micro air vehicles (MAVs), tiny flying objects intended to go places that cannot be (safely) reached by humans or other types of equipment. One of the primary military applications envisioned for MAVs is the gathering of intelligence (through the surreptitious use of cameras, microphones, or other types of sensors); among the more extreme applications posited for such devices is that they may eventually be used as "swarm weapons" which could be launched en masse against enemy forces.

Some efforts in MAV research have involved trying to mimic birds or flying insects to achieve flight capabilities not attainable through other means of aerial propulsion. In 2007 a bug-like MAV model with a 3-cm wingspan was displayed at a robotics conference, in 2008 the U.S. Air Force released a simulated video showing MAVs about the size of bumblebees, and in 2012 engineers at Johns Hopkins University were studying the flight of butterflies to "help small airborne robots mimic these maneuvers."

So  yes the one on the picture is a concept model BUT they ARE working on them



Keep an eye on those Humming Birds at your window :P

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Re: they know what you are doing
« Reply #623 on: July 07, 2015, 04:21:59 PM »

hey Z... you are not only way out of date you are incorrect with your post
I thought better of you

Before you go huffing and puffing :P you might want to watch THIS and listen to the section at 3:00 about the "incapacitating chemicals" And don't forget that by the time they RELEASE this info to the public it is already obsolete :P

[youtube]z78mgfKprdg[/youtube]

« Last Edit: July 07, 2015, 04:25:19 PM by zorgon »

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Re: they know what you are doing
« Reply #624 on: July 07, 2015, 04:26:13 PM »
yeah  it's a concept and could happen in the future..but it isn't a done deal  as the copy insinuated


at first I thought you were doing your usual to see who would catch it


if we didn't have so much rain I wouldn't even be inside...sigh

sorry didn't see your post...you're right I should just read the world is coming to an end and nobody really cares anymore

like my s-I-l says all the time

life is tough then you die :-X
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« Reply #625 on: July 07, 2015, 04:30:31 PM »


Nature Nanotechnology 8, 475–476 (2013) doi:10.1038/nnano.2013.128
Published online 03 July 2013

http://www.nature.com/nnano/journal/v8/n7/full/nnano.2013.128.html

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Re: they know what you are doing
« Reply #626 on: July 07, 2015, 04:39:09 PM »
yeah  it's a concept and could happen in the future..but it isn't a done deal  as the copy insinuated

The photo is a concept and yeah the facebook added texts is Thorish :P

Not so sure it isn't a done deal though. I am finding a lot of references in science publications and militaray docs that these things are out there already. Heck "Smart Dust" was even shown on NCIS


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if we didn't have so much rain I wouldn't even be inside...sigh

We have had rain for two days now. Record  warm in Jan  record cool in may  record EVER hot in June and now rain and cooler in July   

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sorry didn't see your post...you're right I should just read the world is coming to an end and nobody really cares anymore

I don't think the world is coming to an end :P  But the reason people don't care anymore is because a) they don't know what is real or not b) there is nothing they can do about it.

But consider this... before the internet NO ONE cared what went on outside their local environment :D  save maybe a few who watched world news at 11 and shook their heads on how crazy the world was


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like my s-I-l says all the time
life is tough then you die :-X

I have always heard "Life's a bitch, then you marry one :P then you die"  But I added "... but sometimes you can pick up Roses along the way"

I have a LOT of "Rose" ;D



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« Reply #627 on: July 07, 2015, 04:53:36 PM »


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But consider this... before the internet NO ONE cared what went on outside their local environment :D  save maybe a few who watched world news at 11 and shook their heads on how crazy the world was


well I hafta disagree with that..imo before the internet you got your info from face to face conversations and people traveled.. with the internet it seems that any info out there is generic
and homogenized within 24 hours..like a giant game of gossip

when I met hubby he was army at a nike site...yep..interesting info there and the guys drank a lot ;D
I drove (nothing was ever close by) into pgh for all kinds of classes, yoga, astrology, many things that  they called esp stuff,  old book stores....people knew things and talked...you could tell weather to believe it or not
now.. it's all in print and everyone wants attention and magnifies ...
I miss the actual conversations

sigh

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Re: they know what you are doing
« Reply #628 on: July 08, 2015, 06:03:49 AM »


How to Turn off the Walled Garden

All Westell and ActionTec modems that are being shipped to customers now have a factory setting ENABLED by default known as Walled Garden.

Walled Garden causes a no route situation (unable to connect to the internet or surf) within the modem in order to force registration via the Web Based Activation site. In order for you to route (or connect to the internet or surf) with these modems, Walled Garden must be turned off or disabled. For new customers this can be accomplished by completing the WBA activation website.

For the Westell 327 and 6100 Modems use »192.168.1.1/verizon/redirect.htm.

For the Actiontec Gateway use »192.168.1.1/verizon/redirect

For Westell 6100F, Westell 6100, Westell Versalink 327W, and Westell 7500, simply visit »192.168.1.1/verizon/redirect.htm and enter the modems username and password (defaul modem user name and password is admin and password. Click DISABLE and, and personalized your modems user settings. It is advisable that you change the password to admin. Turn OFF your modem for 30 seconds.
You should be able to route (connect to internet) after walled Garden is OFF.

Fow Actiontec Gateway, just visit »192.168.1.1/verizon/redirect and follow the above procedure clicking OFF button.
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« Reply #629 on: July 08, 2015, 11:03:15 AM »

holy heck Thor..

thanks for that info..guess I hafta look into that now...

still soggy here.. 1 3/4 inches of rain yesterday

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