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Mozilla's Lightbeam tool will expose who is looking over your shoulder on the web
Post Date: 2013-10-25 07:14:54 by A K A Stone
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Just who is looking over your shoulder when you browse the Internet? Tomorrow, web users will be given a new tool to shine a light on the commercial organisations which track your every movement online. Lightbeam, a download produced by Mozilla, the US free software community behind the popular Firefox browser, claims to be a “watershed” moment in the battle for web transparency. Everyone who browses the Internet leaves a digital trail used by advertisers to discover what your interests are. Users who activate Lightbeam will be able to see a real-time visualisation of every site they visit and every third-party that is active on those sites, including commercial organisations ...

Luxury toilet users warned of hardware flaw (hacked to attack)
Post Date: 2013-08-05 19:00:58 by Hondo68
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People can also store records of their bowel movements on the My Satis app.A luxury toilet controlled by a smartphone app is vulnerable to attack, according to security experts. Retailing for up to $5,686 (£3,821), the Satis toilet includes automatic flushing, bidet spray, music and fragrance release. The toilet, manufactured by Japanese firm Lixil, is controlled via an Android app called My Satis. But a hardware flaw means any phone with the app could activate any of the toilets, researchers say. The toilet uses bluetooth to receive instructions via the app, but the Pin code for every model is hardwired to be four zeros (0000), meaning that it cannot be reset and can be activated by ...

Now That ItÂ’s in the Broadband Game, Google Flip-Flops on Network Neutrality
Post Date: 2013-08-04 21:23:26 by A K A Stone
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In a dramatic about-face on a key internet issue yesterday, Google told the FCC that the network neutrality rules Google once championed don’t give citizens the right to run servers on their home broadband connections, and that the Google Fiber network is perfectly within its rights to prohibit customers from attaching the legal devices of their choice to its network. At issue is Google Fiber’s Terms of Service, which contains a broad prohibition against customers attaching “servers” to its ultrafast 1 Gbps network in Kansas City. Google wants to ban the use of servers because it plans to offer a business class offering in the future. A potential customer, Douglas ...

Romney investment in voting machines uncovered (hanging chads & butterfly ballots obsolete)
Post Date: 2012-10-22 14:35:12 by Hondo68
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In the last debate Romney and Obama briefly sparred over their investment portfolios and the nefarious line items that may appear there—when Romney asked Obama if he was sure he didn’t have investments in Chinese firms, Obama dodged it by making a joke and saying his pension report sheet “isn’t as long” as Romney’s.It was funny, but it also touched on a disturbing reality: When you get someone as rich as Romney their money becomes like a Russian nesting doll, with investments hidden under subsidiaries of private equity firms, offshore accounts and “blind” trusts. Keeping track of its influence—following the money, so to speak—can become ...

Every email, text msg, phone call, bank transaction collected by NSA
Post Date: 2012-09-01 10:56:44 by whyofcourse
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Video Op-Doc: The Program (Stellar Wind)

Piratebay soon available on 18,446,744,073,709,551,616 addresses?
Post Date: 2012-06-22 09:24:16 by A K A Stone
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Blocking the Piratebay seems the latest hobby of legislators around Europe. In the UK, the Netherlands, Belgium and Finland, the Piratebay has to be blocked by ISPs. Blocking is done by removing the Piratebay from the ISPs DNS system or by even blocking the IP addresses the Piratebay is running on. Recently the Piratebay already showed it wasn’t impressed by that, by simply making the site available on another IP and by just increasing a number (from 194.71.107.80 to 194.71.107.81). However the internet has a shortage of these kind of IP addresses. The current IP address system is IPv4 and with ‘only’ 4 billion addresses available, these IPv4 addresses are running out. So ...

How Flame Virus Has Changed Everything For Online Security Firms
Post Date: 2012-06-18 12:51:13 by Brian S
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Here’s a question: if you connect an unprotected Windows computer to the internet, how long will it take before it is infected by malicious software? The answer is: much more quickly than most lay users think. In 2003, the average time was 40 minutes. A year later it was 20 minutes. By 2008 an unpatched computer running Microsoft Windows XP could only expect five to 16 minutes of freedom. The Internet Storm Centre (ISC) provides a useful chart of what it calls “survival time” for Windows machines. It suggests that a PC currently can expect between 40 and 200 minutes of freedom before an automated probe reaches it to determine whether it can be penetrated. The numbers for ...

Pentagon sets up fast track for buying cyber war tools
Post Date: 2012-04-14 00:52:02 by Hondo68
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Pentagon is establishing a fast-track acquisition process that would enable it to develop new cyber warfare capabilities within days or months if urgently needed, the Defense Department said in a report to Congress.The process, which would be overseen by a new senior-level Cyber Investment Management Board, aims to streamline the sluggish traditional defense acquisition process to meet the rapid pace of events in cyberspace, the 16-page report said.Congress, in defense legislation enacted last year, directed the Pentagon to develop a strategy that would enable it to speedily acquire cyber warfare tools, applications and other capabilities. The Pentagon sent a ...

Live Broadcast TV, meet the Internet. Finally.
Post Date: 2012-03-06 23:01:29 by A K A Stone
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Really? Wow. Imagine the antenna on your roof or rabbit ears on your TV was somewhere you never had to see them. Aereo makes that possible. Here’s how: 1. We made the TV antenna unbelievably small So small it fits on the tip of your finger. But it still gets awesome HD reception. 2. We connected these antennas to the Internet We engineered a way to put tons of these antennas in data centers, along with massive amounts of storage and super-fast Internet connections. 3. We give you control We built a simple, elegant interface to let you control your antenna. Through the Internet. With any device you want. All without cords, cables, or boxes.

The Little White Box That Can Hack Your Network
Post Date: 2012-03-04 17:39:05 by A K A Stone
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When Jayson E. Street broke into the branch office of a national bank in May of last year, the branch manager could not have been more helpful. Dressed like a technician, Street walked in and said he was there to measure “power fluctuations on the power circuit.” To do this, he’d need to plug a small white device that looked like a power adapter onto the wall. The power fluctuation story was total bullshit, of course. Street had been hired by the bank to test out security at 10 of its West Coast branch offices. He was conducting what’s called a penetration test. This is where security experts pretend to be bad guys in order to spot problems. In this test, bank ...

IMPORTANT STUFF: How to delete your Google Browsing History
Post Date: 2012-03-03 10:22:17 by buckeroo
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With just a week to go before Google changes to its new privacy policy that allows it to gather, store and use personal information, users have a last chance to delete their Google Browsing History, along with any damning information therein. Tech News Daily reports that once Google's new unified privacy policy takes effect all data already collected about you, including search queries, sites visited, age, gender and location will be gathered and assigned to your online identity represented by your Gmail and YouTube accounts. After the policy takes effect you are not allowed to opt out without abandoning Google altogether. But now before the policy takes effect, you have the option of ...

Mozilla Introducing Collusion Discover who’s tracking you online
Post Date: 2012-02-29 17:02:56 by A K A Stone
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Collusion is an experimental add-on for Firefox and allows you to see all the third parties that are tracking your movements across the Web. It will show, in real time, how that data creates a spider-web of interaction between companies and other trackers. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/collusion/

Anonymous took down cia.gov
Post Date: 2012-02-10 19:52:25 by Hondo68
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Traditionally known as FuckFBIFriday, this weekend's eve turned into FuckCIAFriday, as hacktivists downed the official website for the Central Intelligence Agency of the United States cia.gov. ­At approximately 3:10 p.m. Eastern time one of twitter accounts related to the hackers' group announced "cia.gov DOWN. #UMAD?#Anonymous." The CIA website became the latest victim in a series of attacks conducted by the elusive group of hackers against US law enforcement agencies and copyright holders. As RT reported earlier, Anonymous took credit for crashing the websites of the US Department of Homeland Security, which was quickly revived, and the FBI.The CIA seems to be less ...

Father Shoots Daughter's Computer For Disrespectful Facebook Post
Post Date: 2012-02-10 09:53:14 by Happy Quanzaa
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6:59 a.m. EST, February 10, 2012 YouTube - A gun-toting father gives his daughter a lesson in respect after finding a disrespectful Facebook post that she wrote about her family. The father actually shoots his daughter's computer. Now his actions are getting mixed reviews. Warning: language and content may not be appropriate for young viewers

Intro: Cleanliness is Next to Godliness: Browser cookies
Post Date: 2012-02-09 20:46:51 by buckeroo
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Intro: Cleanliness is Next to Godliness: Browser cookies We often think of the above expression as a method of keeping “mind, body, soul, heart, word and deed” in a state of salvation (from a western cultural perspective) or a state of nirvana (from an eastern cultural perspective) in an effort to identify ourselves with a Creator or perhaps called a Supreme Being. In all cases of the above expression, some computer users leave the cleanliness of a computer to pure “happenchance” or at best an archaic process of deleting a file or a cache memory which is not much more than having your dawg lick a plate after dinner and subsequently placing the plate back on the shelf ...

Maryland Fusion Center Criminal Use of Police Scanner Apps and RadioReference.com
Post Date: 2012-01-05 14:08:47 by Brian S
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This bulletin was originally published on RadioReference.com by users of the site. Maryland Coordination and Analysis Center Criminal Use of Police Scanner Apps3 pagesFor Official Use Only Law Enforcement SensitiveDecember 9, 2011 (U//FOUO//LES) During several recent contacts with criminal gang members, an identified Maryland law enforcement agency has heard their radio transmissions broadcast over a suspect’s smartphone. In one incident, officers pursuing a suspect on foot overheard the suspect listening to the pursuing officers’ radio transmission over a smartphone. The radio broadcasts of the agency’s primary secure law enforcement channel had an approximate delay of ...

Firefox Add-On Bypasses SOPA DNS Blocking
Post Date: 2011-12-21 11:37:35 by A K A Stone
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The pending Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) continues to inspire opponents to come up with creative solutions to circumvent it. A new anti-SOPA add-on for Firefox, titled “DeSopa,” is such a counter measure. When installed, users can click a single button to resolve a blocked domain via foreign DNS servers, bypassing all domestic DNS blockades and allowing the user to browse the site though the bare IP-address (if supported). “I feel that the general public is not aware of the gravity of SOPA and Congress seems like they are about to cater to the special interests involved, to the detriment of Internet, for which I and many others live and breathe,” DeSopa developer T ...

Review: Kindle Fire a worthwhile bargain
Post Date: 2011-11-18 19:11:22 by A K A Stone
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(CNN) -- If you view a tablet as a guilty pleasure, like I do, then buying the Kindle Fire should make you feel a little less guilty. Amazon's new device doesn't replace a computer for doing e-mail or composing documents, but it's a fun hub for personal entertainment. And at $199, Amazon has managed to greatly undercut the price of Apple's iPad, the dominant tablet, and still churn out a good product. Apple calls its iPad "a magical and revolutionary product at an unbelievable price." Consider now that for the iPad's $499 price tag, I could buy two Kindle Fire tablets and still have cash left over for downloading apps and movies. Fact Box Gadget Review: ...

Google vs. Microsoft: Not All Clouds Are Created Equal
Post Date: 2011-11-16 18:45:12 by A K A Stone
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MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — Amit Singh defected to Google after 20 years at Oracle because he wanted to join the revolution in the cloud. In May, he took over Google’s enterprise operations, overseeing the company’s effort to replace traditional business software with new-age web services such as Google Apps and Google App Engine. Since his move, Oracle has uncloaked its own “cloud” services. But for Singh, that’s a little different. “I don’t know what there is about Oracle’s cloud that is really the cloud,” he told Wired.com this week. “[Oracle CEO] Larry [Ellison] has never been a big supporter of the cloud. He’s recently made some ...

Autoruns v11.1
Post Date: 2011-11-12 09:08:15 by A K A Stone
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Autoruns is an utility that shows all the programs that are configured to run in login. The utility lists autorun programs from your Startup folder, Run, RunOnce and other Registry keys. You'll be able to view the autoruns in the order Windows processes them and exclude Windows programs from the list to view only third party software. The downloadable package contains both the standard GUI version and the Autorunsc command-line version which is able to output in CSV format. www.afterdawn.com/softwar..._id=1610&version_id=40182

Firefox 8 Final now available for download
Post Date: 2011-11-06 18:20:26 by A K A Stone
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Download here for Windows www.afterdawn.com/softwar...s/firefox.cfm#description

FBI Investigating Possible US Murdoch Hacking Case
Post Date: 2011-10-14 17:52:30 by Skip Intro
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Auto Hide IP v5.1.7.8
Post Date: 2011-09-05 18:07:42 by A K A Stone
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Auto Hide IP allows you to hide your real IP to protect your privacy automatically on the Internet. Auto Hide IP enables you to surf anonymously and automatically change your IP address every few minutes. With it, you are able to conceal your identity online by showing them a fake IP, preventing identity theft and hacker intrusions, all with the click of a button. You can also select fake IP from different countries via Choose IP Country option and can Check IP directly. www.afterdawn.com/softwar...ty_tools/auto_hide_ip.cfm

SaturdayNightMusickClasick: Now We Are Free by Lisa Gerran and Hans Zimmer
Post Date: 2011-08-06 23:29:08 by buckeroo
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FBI Targets 12 In Koch Industries Online Assault (Leaked FBI affidavit)
Post Date: 2011-07-30 22:33:37 by Hondo68
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JULY 26--As part of its multi-front assault on “Anonymous,” the FBI has identified 12 “targets” it alleges participated in coordinated online assaults earlier this year against business web sites operated by Koch Industries, the Kansas-based conglomerate owned by billionaire brothers--and leading Republican benefactors--Charles and David Koch, The Smoking Gun has learned. Details of the ongoing criminal investigation are contained in a confidential FBI affidavit obtained by TSG. That document, excerpted here, includes the names, addresses, and IP numbers of a dozen U.S. residents who are subjects of the federal probe of a series of distributed denial of service (DDoS) ...

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