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Post  Sputnik on Wed 19 Oct 2011, 13:51

Wow, that's awesome stuff...thanks flames, keep us updated!!
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Thu 20 Oct 2011, 00:21

just like a mini flying saucer and the military will b about 20 years ahead of that technology Rolling Eyes
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Tue 25 Oct 2011, 22:42

amazing technology now, its going too fast to keep check of it all , superconductivity is the next big world changer once they figure out exactly how it works...publically

this is a good doc on it


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Post  highnoon on Wed 18 Apr 2012, 21:41

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Post  KapitanScarlet on Thu 24 May 2012, 09:34

BAE Systems win £1.6bn Saudi deal
(UKPA) – 16 hours ago
Defence giant BAE Systems has won a £1.6 billion contract to supply Hawk aircraft to Saudi Arabia, preventing more than 200 potential job losses at one of its factories.
The firm will supply 55 Pilatus PC-21 aircraft and 22 Hawk advanced jet trainer aircraft, as well as spares and technical support, to the Royal Saudi Air Force (RSAF).
Unions welcomed the deal but said it made no difference to the Hawk site at Brough in North Yorkshire, where manufacturing will end under previously announced cutbacks.
Guy Griffiths, BAE's group managing director International, said: "We have a long history in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia and, working with Pilatus, we will provide the RSAF with the best training platforms to meet their requirements.
"Through the Hawk advanced jet trainer, the trainee fast jet pilots will have access to the very latest in advanced simulation for radar, weapons and defensive aids training to enable a smooth transition to frontline aircraft, including Typhoon."
Deliveries of the Pilatus PC-21, manufactured in Switzerland, will start in 2014. The UK-built Hawk aircraft will be delivered from 2016.
Ian Waddell, Unite's national officer for aerospace, said: "This is good news for BAE, but makes no difference to the Brough site. This contract was always in the plan and the announcement has been anticipated for the last year.
"We've managed to save about 200 jobs at Brough, but still have a massive challenge to save the other 650. There are other BAE sites across the North West where workers are also frightened for their future and thousands of jobs are at risk."
Conservative MP David Davis, whose Haltemprice and Howden constituency is close to Brough, said: "We are in much better position compared to where we were last year and this is down, more than anything else, to the courage of the workforce.
"They should be proud of all the tough tactics, the demo at the BAE AGM earlier this month, the debate in the Commons last year and articles in the press and the impact that these events have had. These have already changed the attitude of the company. It now looks difficult but possible to get a circumstance where there are very few to no compulsory redundancies. That should now be our target."
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Question - How does a nation that has previously accused and acted upon with deadly circumstances other nations it deems to have a repressive fanatical hoarding regime create the ability to then sell military technologies to a known repressive regime and have this transaction go through under the headline of "Saving Jobs"

Answer - The nation controls the flow of news reporting through an entity called "The press association" which with all the numbers of reporters under its remit, they all miraculously have a similar opinion on certain fragile news stories , as not one of those reporters has mentioned anywhere that the saudi is in fact a repressive regime even although also a best friend of the nation , which then would raise questions over the real substance of why certain repressive regimes get invaded whilst others prosper , and that would then in fact be a debate that would declare the press association as a truly free spirited acting press entity, instead of a processor of soundbites fed to it by a mysterious x-factor headline controller

THE PRESS ASSOCIATION
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Post  highnoon on Fri 25 May 2012, 05:21

News hurts my head. in an epistemological sense i dont see how it can be justified to know anything. arguements can be made to know things local to global. but for everything you learn of that is important, there are x things you dont know of that could be of interest or importance, but you are not the one selecting which information local or global is of importance.

if haiti has an earthquake and its 8 out of 10 on the arbitrary importance to know scale, then still 50 things could be happening elsewhere around the world that are 5 out of 10. maybe some country in africa has a warlord doing genocides at the same time. maybe chechnya has a problem or insurrection. maybe tensions are occuring between south american nations that those nations are talking about locally but dont know until it escalates to a global level but you never hear about it brewing over 6 months time. but yeah. haiti. its terrible. but why? Oh because charities need to create global awaress because without global awareness we cant be pressed upon to give donations?

just one of many problems....and as you said, when it happens to be an issue that is of interest to the public. well they're going to try their best so that you have the public opinion that is least dangerous for multitudes of people to have on it. and thereby stopping outcry before it starts.

then theres the issue of if you dont trust your news and you bring this to the attention of other people what you think, well, you could easily be setting yourself up for mocking remarks at the water cooler when you're not around, or worse, setting people to align against you.

then theres another issue actually. when certain topics become untaboo. all of a sudden, its OK to talk about wall street. wall street is seen for having no clothes. but people cant see it until they've been told to see it. and then they think they're smart cause they now see it and are talking about it. and they think they are talking about it freely and with critical analysis. and for a year or more you have to walk here or there and overhear people talk about things you had an interest in years before, and now if you talk about it now that its "hip" and "in" they might like you, cause its the new flavor of the month topic. maybe you can get in with some people and join the occupy thing with them. they're not going to align against you now, you can blend in a bit cause its cool right now.

people have no idea that there are invisible imbelical cords going to their minds.

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Post  tgII on Fri 25 May 2012, 12:42

BAE Systems, yeah, I bet anything their intelligence arm (industrial sabotage) was behind
taking down Russia's Sukhoi Superjet in Indonesia.

Also, BAE Systems holds the patents on HAARP re: Jerry Smith's Weather Warfare.
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How authenticators work to make yourself immune to keylogging

Post  highnoon on Sat 26 May 2012, 03:37

How the Blizzard Authenticators Work (and why you want one)
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We interrupt your regularly scheduled blog for a Public Service Announcement. This is a post I put up on my guild forums a while back, but with the recent report of a supposed account hack to an authenticator-enabled account, I figured I’d repost here for mass consumption. In regards to the above link, I’m calling BS until I see more about it, and this post should explain why I feel that way. I’m far more likely to believe that the account was compromised by some manner of social engineering (be it a Blizzard look-alike phishing site, an irl “friend” theft, a shared account, or some other manner – any and all of which involve user error) than I am to believe that one of the most widely-considered secure systems in the world, used by banks, casinos, credit bureaus, government agencies, and high-profile data security firms has been circumvented by Chinese wow hackers to be used for in-game gold theft rather than, say, nearly any other possible use of such technology/cracking ability. I just don’t buy it. Read on, and be informed.

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How the Blizzard Authenticator works, and why it improves security.

=================NEWSFLASH==============
The Blizzard Authenticators are once again in stock!

Click here for orders in the United States
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On 26/06/08, Blizzard announced the Blizzard Authenticator, a device that provides your WoW account with an extra layer of security. They sell this device in their Blizzard Store for $6.50. You may consider buying it, but is the extra security really worth the money? How much more secure does it make your account? This post will explain how this device works, and exactly why it makes your account more secure.

===How the authenticator works===

The Blizzard Authenticator is a token that you can put for example on your keychain. It has a little display that, once your press the button will generate a 6-digit number that changes every minute.

This number is used as a 1-time password. This means the password is only valid once. When you use it to log in, the code becomes invalid and any hacker trying to access your account later with the same number won’t be able to log in.

A hacker wanting to access your account will now, in addition to keylogging your username and password, have to physically break into your house and steal the authenticator to see what number it displays. But hackers are clever people. Isn’t there any way for them to know which number the authenticator is going to display? The answer is no, and here’s why.

Every authenticator has a little built-in clock. This clock keeps track of the number of seconds since, for example the WoW release date, Tigole’s birthday or whenever. Each authenticator also has a unique key, which it uses to encrypt this number of seconds into what looks like a completely random number. There is no way, without knowing the encryption key, to guess what number is going to be displayed at any point in time. Even if the hacker has all the numbers you entered before, he can’t extrapolate that into what number will be showing next.

The hacker also can’t hack into the device itself to find out it’s key, because it doesn’t connect to the computer in any way. Even if the hacker were the mailman who delivered the authenticator to your house, he would have to open it up and extract the hardware that contained the key. These devices are generally tamper-resistant and will purge themselves when opened.

So, if the hacker can’t know your 1-time password, how is Blizzard going to know? The difference is, Blizzard has the key for every authenticator they made. When you log in, blizzard looks up which authenticator is associated with your account, and finds the matching key. They then use this key to decrypt the number you entered into the number of seconds the authenticator has been counting. They then verify that this number matches the current time.

Even if the time on your authenticator doesn’t exactly match the time on blizzard’s server, they still allow you to log in within a minute or so of the defined time, just in case the clock in your authenticator is running a little slower or faster than normal. This still does not allow hackers to use the number from a minute ago, because when you log in successfully, that number is then disabled and prevented from being used again.

If you still think someone may eventually find a way around it, this security measure is used by businesses and government agencies around the world to provide security, and they have a lot more sensitive information to guard than the login information to a WoW account. One of my good friends, who is a VIP services lead at Mohegan Sun, saw me log in once and went “wow, *I* use one of those to get into secure areas at work.” This is a tested method that has proven itself to be secure.

===Is existing security not already enough?===

While the authenticator provides an extra security layer strong enough to make your account virtually unhacklable, you can already secure your computer a lot. Is the authenticator really needed?

If you’re running Firefox with Noscript, Flashblock, adblockers, 5 different virus and spyware scanners, a NAT router with it’s ports strictly regulated, using Linux/MacOS X or another operating system, and other security measures I can’t think of at the moment, you are probably really secure. The danger is hackers finding a new way to enter your system that isn’t being guarded yet. Until the vulnerability is patched, or instructions to disable the exploited software are issued, you could potentially get infected with a virus or other malicious software during that short time. The more security measures you take, the lower the chance you will be vulnerable. But security is an ever-changing thing. You have to keep things up-to-date constantly in order to stay secure.

Using an authenticator is completely optional, but it does solve the problem by taking another approach. Instead of preventing keyloggers from getting onto your system, it makes you virtually immune to them. They can try, but with a login code that is always changing logging your keystrokes won’t be any good.


I use one of these now to secure a game of mine. Didnt understand how it worked after I set it up so used google to find the answer, and thought it was interesting.
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Fri 08 Jun 2012, 10:58

The new Cold War is Now Virtual, secuirity and covert infiltration of computer software and hardware , but is it state sponsored or corporate sponsored or state sponsored by corporate sponsor Very Happy

Kaspersky the russian internet anti-virus company recently discovered the FLAME malware , the most sophisticated piece of py software ever discovered which was relaying spy info to 80 servers dotted around the globe , themselves being accessed by its creators to trawl the results , and kaspersky reckon it was around undiscovered since 2010, and that a full analysis of its complexity might take 10 years

This is mind boggling and is a warning for a future world that will become infinitly more automated with every passing year, that it is the ultimate weapon of terrorism , completly anonymous to an extent with the ability to turn ones own weapons against ones-self

Eugene Kaspersky, whose lab discovered the Flame virus that has attacked computers in Iran and elsewhere in the Middle East, said on Wednesday only a global effort could stop a new era of "cyber terrorism".

"It's not cyber war, it's cyber terrorism and I'm afraid it's just the beginning of the game ... I'm afraid it will be the end of the world as we know it," Kaspersky told reporters at a Tel Aviv University cyber security conference.
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"I'm scared, believe me," he said.

News of the Flame virus surfaced last week. Researchers said technical evidence suggests it was built for the same nation or nations that commissioned the Stuxnet worm that attacked Iran's nuclear programme in 2010.

In recent months U.S. officials have become more open about the work of the United States and Israel on Stuxnet, which targeted Iran's Natanz nuclear enrichment facility.

The West suspects Iran is developing atomic weapons. Tehran denies this, says it is enriching uranium only for civilian use.

Security experts say Flame is one of the most sophisticated pieces of malicious software so far discovered. They are still investigating the virus, which they believe was released specifically to infect computers in Iran and across the Middle East.

Kaspersky named the United States, Britain, Israel, China, Russia and possibly India, Japan and Romania as countries with the ability to develop such software, but stopped short of saying which nation he thought was behind Flame.

When asked whether Israel was part of the solution or part of the problem regarding cyber war, Kaspersky said: "Both."

"Flame is extremely complicated but I think many countries can do the same or very similar, even countries that don't have enough of the expertise at the moment. They can employ engineers or kidnap them, or employ 'hacktivists'," he said.

Kaspersky said governments must cooperate to stop such attacks, as they have done with nuclear, biological and chemical weapons. Operating systems must be redesigned, he added.

"Software that manages industrial systems or transportation or power grids or air traffic, they must be based on secure operating systems. Forget about Microsoft, Linux, Unix."

Kaspersky said malware like Flame and Stuxnet have a limited lifetime and said undiscovered viruses could be out there.

"It's quite logical that there are new cyber weapons designed and maybe there are computers which are infected."

DECONSTRUCTING THE FLAME VIRUS - HOW IT WORKS

Footnote - The most obvious cuplrit for me to install malware or viruses are the ANTI-VIRUS Companys themselves, they have the perfect backdoor into a computer and the perfect alibi Exclamation
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Post  highnoon on Wed 26 Sep 2012, 08:28

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Post  tgII on Wed 26 Sep 2012, 09:39

Re: video above. I think it's becoming obvious that vortex technology related to nature
is a big part of our existence.





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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Thu 20 Dec 2012, 17:31

Citizen Drone Warfare...I am going to need six of these surrounding me at all times linked together and controlled through a pair of glasses.



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Post  tgII on Thu 20 Dec 2012, 23:28

The American with the Russian accent, right. That drone isn't firing those high power
military rounds. If it was the recoil would send that drone in every direction.

Probably a production of some type with an independent gun doing the firing and
effects added for impact.

All this killing technology in a culture of death will eventually start taking its toll on its
operators. That is why robotics and cyber human-like robots will eventually have to be
used. Humans cannot endure the detached dissociative killing for long without
destroying their remaining humanity.

    The Woes of an American Drone Operator


And since it is incredibly stressful determining what are and aren't legitimate targets
in Pakistan, it has just been decided that children get blasted in drone attacks which
then takes stress off drone operators.

    Military Official Gives OK To Target Children in Drone Attacks


Clever, no?

Here is "CIA John", ladies and gentlemen, he decides who gets attacked and who doesn't
in drone kills. Have a look at his attitude reflected in his smile: "Fuck 'em, kill 'em all."

Nazi mentality redacted Version 2.1

    CIA John Behind the CIA Drone Assassinations
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Mon 07 Jan 2013, 14:54

NEW RUSSIAN DESIGNED DOUBLE SIDED SMARTPHONE

Nice idea, uses the usual colour battery sucking screen on one side but with an optional electric paper barely uses power screen on the other side like a kindle style
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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Mon 28 Jan 2013, 18:59

Utah is the most religiously homogeneous state in the Union.
Approximately 63% of Utahns are reported to be members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints or LDS (Mormons), which greatly influences Utah culture and daily life. The world headquarters of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) is located in Utah's state capital.


Very Druidic...no?

Utah is bordered by Colorado on the east, Wyoming on the northeast, Idaho on the north, Arizona on the south, and Nevada on the west. It also touches a corner of New Mexico.

Lots of underground bases.

Mormonism...


Mormonism's Temple of Doom...


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Post  KapitanScarlet on Tue 29 Jan 2013, 00:32

I wonder if utah was once used for early chemical drug experiments on the brains of its children, that might explain the large percentage of brainwashed nutcases in that state
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Post  tgII on Tue 29 Jan 2013, 01:07

No, it comes from child abuse and pedophilia.

The CIA is chalked full of Mormon operatives.

    Thomas Spencer Monson (born August 21, 1927) is an American religious leader and author, and the 16th and current President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). As president, Monson is considered by adherents of the religion to be a "prophet, seer, and revelator" of God's will on earth. [and we need the Mormon Church to tell us what that will might be?] A printer by trade, Monson has spent most of his life engaged in various church leadership positions and in public service.



    Monson was ordained an apostle at age 36, served in the First Presidency under three church presidents and was the President of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles from March 12, 1995 until he became President of the Church. He succeeded Gordon B. Hinckley as church president on February 3, 2008.


Religion sucks the energy out of humanity.
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