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« Reply #13215 on: Aug 8th, 2015, 08:36am »

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« Reply #13218 on: Aug 9th, 2015, 09:58am »

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by Yael Grauer
Date of Publication: 08.09.15

Security News This Week: The Pentagon Got Hacked While You Were at Def Con

Def Con is underway, and WIRED has been busy breaking news from some of the biggest stories from the conference, such as: hacking a Wi-Fi connected rifle. Hacking and fixing a Tesla. Hacking into a Brinks safe. Hacking into an electric skateboard. Oh, and let’s not forget unlocking cars and opening garages. Or heisting semis by exploiting a satellite flaw.

But of course, the rest of the security world doesn’t stop for security conferences. So whether you were braving the long lines in Vegas or following along at home, here’s the big news that happened in the rest of the world that you should know about this week. As always, to read the full story linked in each post, click on the headlines. And be safe out there!

Did Russia Hack the Pentagon?

The Pentagon’s Joint Staff email system—luckily unclassified—was hacked, and Russia may be the culprit, at least according to anonymous US officials cited by NBC News. The anonymous officials say the intrusion took place around July 25th and affected around 4,000 Joint Chiefs of Staff personnel (both military and civilian). It’s not entirely clear why the attack is being attributed to Russia. The Pentagon responded by shutting down the entire unclassified email system and internet during the investigation. The system has been shut down for around two weeks.

Firefox Exploit Found in the Wild

Time to upgrade to the latest version of Firefox, now that a critical zero-day vulnerability was found in the wild. The exploit, which was served in an advertisement on a Russian news site, lets attackers create malicious PDF files that inject JavaScript code into local files. The attacker can search for, read, and steal sensitive files—including password and key data—on the victims’ computers. The exploit, which leaves no trace when it has run on a local machine, targets Windows and Linux machines. (Changing the affected passwords and keys would be wise.) Mozilla released emergency security updates on Friday. They’re available for Mac users, too.

Court Rules Against Warrantless Release of Cell Phone Location Data

The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals overturned a previous ruling that said investigators only need a court order to access cell phone location data. A divided court ruled that officials must get a search warrant, a higher standard of evidence. The ruling came from a case in which two men were convicted for armed robberies based on cell phone location data obtained without a warrant. The decision rejects the so-called “third party doctrine,” a legal theory that people who voluntarily give information to third parties, such as phone companies, do not have a reasonable expectation of privacy and are not protected by the 4th Amendment. Since the ruling conflicts with decisions made by other appeals courts, it is likely to end up in the Supreme Court.

Tearing Down Cyberwalls, Whatever They Are

Fox News moderators coined a new technical term on Thursday during the first Republican debate when asking candidates whether they would tear down so-called cyberwalls in an effort to catch terrorists. It’s possible that the term refers to smartphone encryption, since misguided politicians on both side of the aisle continue to insist that there’s a way for Apple and Google to allow the government backdoor access to data on locked devices but keep it safe from everyone else—something that the companies themselves explain is technically impossible. Although candidate Carly Fiorina favored tearing down cyberwalls in a targeted way, she explained that law enforcement is struggling with processing the data it already has, so “tearing down more cyberwalls” is probably unnecessary. Senator Lindsey Graham, on the other hand, wants to tear the cyberwalls down.

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« Reply #13219 on: Aug 9th, 2015, 11:09am »

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THE ABUNDANCE AND UBIQUITY OF HACKING SHOULD CAUSE ONE TO PONDER >>> OLD NEWS <<< REGARDING SAME ~ AND WHAT ASSURANCES IS/ARE THERE OF SUCH NOT OCCURING >>> AGAIN <<< cool

ELECTION HACKERS

http://www.popsci.com/gadgets/article/2012-11/how-i-hacked-electronic-voting-machine

Roger Johnston is the head of the Vulnerability Assessment Team at Argonne National Laboratory. Not long ago, he and his colleagues launched security attacks on electronic voting machines to demonstrate the startling ease with which one can steal votes. Even more startling: Versions of those machines will appear in polling places all over America on Tuesday. The touchscreen Diebold Accuvote-TSX will be used by more than 26 million voters in 20 states; the push-button Sequoia AVC Voting Machine will be used by almost 9 million voters in four states, Harper's magazine reported recently (subscription required). Here, Johnston reveals how he hacked the machines--and why anyone, from a high-school kid to an 80-year-old grandmother, could do the same.--Ed

It's called a man-in-the-middle attack. It's a classic attack on security devices. You implant a microprocessor or some other electronic device into the voting machine, and that lets you control the voting and turn cheating on and off. We're basically interfering with transmitting the voter's intent.

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It's called a man-in-the-middle attack. It's a classic attack on security devices. You implant a microprocessor or some other electronic device into the voting machine, and that lets you control the voting and turn cheating on and off. We're basically interfering with transmitting the voter's intent.

We used a logic analyzer. Digital communication is a series of zeros and ones. The voltage goes higher, the voltage goes lower. A logic analyzer collects the oscillating voltages between high and low and then will display for you the digital data in a variety of formats. But there all kinds of way to do it. You can use a logic analyzer, you can use a microprocessor, you can use a computer--basically, anything that lets you see the information that's being exchanged and then lets you know what to do to mimic the information.

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« Reply #13220 on: Aug 10th, 2015, 01:25am »

WHen you hear Mainstream news and the WH call "Asaad the root of all evil" then relax..remember who we gave a nobel peace Prize to ...
and just laugh

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How listening to Mozart could prevent epileptic seizures

Scans show brainwaves of those with epilepsy appear to synchronise with music by Mozart and John Coltrane

8:45PM BST 09 Aug 2015

Listening to jazz or Mozart might stop epileptics having seizures, new research has suggested.

Epileptics react differently to music than those who do not have the disorder, new research found.

Scans show brainwaves of those with the disorder appear to synchronise with music by Mozart or John Coltrane but not with silence such as American experimental composer John Cage's piece 4'33" or "Four minutes, thirty-three seconds."

Assistant professor of neurology Dr Christine Charyton said: "We believe that music could potentially be used as an intervention to help people with epilepsy.

"We were surprised by the findings. We hypothesised that music would be processed in the brain differently than silence.

"We did not know if this would be the same or different for people with epilepsy."

While music would not replace current epilepsy therapy, the research suggested music might be a novel intervention used in conjunction with traditional treatment to help prevent seizures in people with epilepsy.

Around four fifths of epilepsy cases are what is known as temporal lobe epilepsy, in which the seizures appear to originate in the temporal lobe of the brain.

Music is processed in the auditory cortex in this same region of the brain.

It compared the musical processing abilities of the brains of people with and without epilepsy using an electroencephalogram, where electrodes are attached to the scalp to detect and record brainwave patterns.

Results were collected from 21 patients who were in the epilepsy monitoring unit at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center between September 2012 and May 2014.

The researchers recorded brainwave patterns while patients listened to 10 minutes of silence, followed by either Mozart's Sonata in D Major, Andante Movement II (K448) or John Coltrane's rendition of My Favorite Things, a second 10-minute period of silence, the other of the two musical pieces and finally a third 10-minute period of silence.

The order of the music was randomised, meaning some participants listened to Mozart first and other participants listened to Coltrane first.

It found significantly higher levels of brainwave activity in participants when they were listening to music.

But the brainwave activity in people with epilepsy tended to synchronise more with the music, especially in the temporal lobe, than in people without epilepsy.

The study was presented at the American Psychological Association's 123rd Annual Convention.

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« Reply #13222 on: Aug 10th, 2015, 08:04am »

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hehe Zetar Still waters run deep

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SAS Sniper Kills IS Executioner Before He Can Behead 8-Year-Old Boy



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A British sniper from the elite SAS saved an 8-year-old boy and his father from an Islamic State executioner by shooting the executioner in the head last month.

The SAS sniper team was reportedly tipped off to the execution in the Syrian desert by an Iraqi spy. When they arrived, they found that several Shia Muslims had already been beheaded by their captors. The IS (commonly referred to as ISIS) executioner, flanked on both sides by armed companions, was preparing to kill a young boy and his father next when the SAS team deployed its .50-caliber silenced sniper rifle.

“The ISIS thug who was about to decapitate the father was shot in the head and collapsed,” an unnamed source told the Express. “Everyone just stared in confusion.”

“The sniper then dispatched the two henchmen with single shots–three kills with three bullets.”

The young boy and his father were last spotted heading to the Turkish border as the Syrian town they were evacuating celebrated the killing of the IS fighters.

“It was a good day’s work,” the source told the paper.
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SAS Sniper Kills IS Executioner Before He Can Behead 8-Year-Old Boy



British snipers in Iraq / AP



BY: Stephen Gutowski
August 10, 2015 1:32 pm


A British sniper from the elite SAS saved an 8-year-old boy and his father from an Islamic State executioner by shooting the executioner in the head last month.

The SAS sniper team was reportedly tipped off to the execution in the Syrian desert by an Iraqi spy. When they arrived, they found that several Shia Muslims had already been beheaded by their captors. The IS (commonly referred to as ISIS) executioner, flanked on both sides by armed companions, was preparing to kill a young boy and his father next when the SAS team deployed its .50-caliber silenced sniper rifle.

“The ISIS thug who was about to decapitate the father was shot in the head and collapsed,” an unnamed source told the Express. “Everyone just stared in confusion.”

“The sniper then dispatched the two henchmen with single shots–three kills with three bullets.”

The young boy and his father were last spotted heading to the Turkish border as the Syrian town they were evacuating celebrated the killing of the IS fighters.

“It was a good day’s work,” the source told the paper.


Best thing I have read for awhile!!!!

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"SAS Sniper Kills IS Executioner Before He Can Behead 8-Year-Old Boy"

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« Reply #13229 on: Aug 10th, 2015, 7:53pm »

SAS Sniper Kills IS Executioner Before He Can Behead 8-Year-Old Boy

Yes, a feel good report. But,... and don't blame me because after all this site does tend to bring out the doubting Thomas's, Ed's, etc. to stir the pot or stew.

So is this account to be believed as factual?

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