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« Reply #9405 on: Nov 9th, 2013, 6:28pm »

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« Reply #9406 on: Nov 9th, 2013, 7:25pm »

on Nov 9th, 2013, 10:53am, Sys_Config wrote:
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I don't mind at all that you call me Wings. cheesy

Right now my soldier is a woman in Afghanistan. I am getting her Christmas packages together. I have her a small tree, ornaments, a stocking, Christmas movies and music. And some candy. Have to have candy! It must be so hard to be so far from home and family this time of year.

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« Reply #9407 on: Nov 9th, 2013, 9:35pm »

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After an eight-year silence, YouTube’s co-founder Jawed Karim has made his second-ever post on the site – to fuel the controversy over Google’s changes to its comments system.

On April 23rd 2005, Karim uploaded YouTube’s first video, of himself at the zoo. Then he went silent until, eight years later, he posted a question on his channel:

why the fluck grin do i need a google+ account to comment on a video?

Google’s overhaul of YouTube comments has sparked controversy: the YouTube video announcing the change has nearly 30,000 comments, many including harsh criticism of the move through the medium of ASCII art.



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Did you see a UFO over Meadowbrook Road?

Former Novi resident remembers 1960s incident

Nov. 7, 2013 11:27 PM

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Nancy Tremaine remembers seeing the flying saucer over Borchart Street and then she remembers running toward her home on Meadowbrook Road.

However, it’s after that summer night in the early 1960s when things took a turn for the former Novi resident. The sighting would go on to impact the rest of her life and now she’s looking for some answers.

“It was a very traumatizing experience that stayed with me,” she said of the incident when she was 12 years old and saw what appeared to be a UFO floating over Novi.

Tremaine said she was taken up into the craft. She doesn’t remember much, but it has been coming back to her lately.

In recent years, she has gone through regression therapy and has sifted through years of forgotten memories with the help of Dr. Harry Willnus, a UFO researcher who said this story is similar to many others.

Now she is seeking answers and other witnesses to the UFO sighting. Some might think she was imagining it or making this up, but she stands by her account.

“I’m not a liar and I’m not afraid anymore,” Tremaine said during a recent visit to the place where it all happened.

Although he didn’t see the UFO, former Novi Police Chief Lee BeGole, 93, is one such witness. He was on duty at the police station the night the incident occurred. He recalls hearing dispatch receive a call from an off-duty Novi police officer doing security at a construction site off of Meadowbrook at the time. The site had equipment and materials stolen from it in the previous weeks, so the officer volunteered to watch it.

“He called into dispatch and said there was a strange object overhead,” BeGole said.

Police dispatch took multiple calls that night from people stating they saw a strange object, including one from a city council member’s wife. Not a believer in UFOs, BeGole said it was a strange night nonetheless.

Tremaine is not exactly sure of the year it happened; she believes it was 1961, but it could have been some time during the span from 1960-62. Tremaine is sure it was summer because it happened during dusk and there was still a little bit of light outside. She was at her friend’s home when the friend’s father asked them to come outside and see what was in the sky.

They looked up and saw a silver saucer-shaped object with red, green and white lights that appeared to have been either rotating or pulsating. She said it was very noticeable.

“It was humongous to my young eyes,” she said of the UFO.

Tremaine said she saw a light beam down onto the officer’s unmarked car. It was then her friend’s father said she should run home. As she made her way, she felt a sensation like being shocked.

She was told she had been missing and later ended up at home with little memory of what had happened. Later she was told to forget about it.

Putting together the pieces is one step in her healing process. She’s asking Novi residents if they remember that night and, if so, would they reach out to her via this writer’s contact info here:

lhuhman@hometownlife.com | (248) 437-2011, ext. 255, Twitter: @lhuhman

http://www.hometownlife.com/article/20131110/NEWS06/311100027/Did-you-see-UFO-over-Meadowbrook-Road-

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« Reply #9411 on: Nov 10th, 2013, 08:34am »

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Power Plants and Other Vital Systems Are Totally Exposed on the Internet

By Kim Zetter
11.08.13
6:30 AM

What do the controls for two hydroelectric plants in New York, a generator at a Los Angeles foundry, and an automated feed system at a Pennsylvania pig farm all have in common? What about a Los Angeles pharmacy’s prescription system and the surveillance cameras at a casino in the Czech Republic?

They’re all exposed on the internet, without so much as a password to block intruders from accessing them.

Despite all of the warnings in recent years about poorly configured systems exposing sensitive data and controls to the internet, researchers continue to find machines with gaping doors left open and a welcome mat laid out for hackers.

The latest crop comes courtesy of San Francisco-based independent security researcher Paul McMillan, who scanned the entire IPv4 address space (minus government agencies and universities) and found unsecured remote management software running on 30,000 computers.

McMillan searched for port 5900 — a port generally used by Virtual Network Computing systems, or VNC, that are used to control computers remotely. His automated scan took just 16 minutes and used a tool McMillan crafted from combining two existing tools – Masscan to do the port scanning and VNCsnapshot to take screenshots of each system the scan found. He looked only at VNC installations that had no authentication.

Some of the systems are easily identified, since the name of the company appears somewhere on the screen. Many of the systems, however, are unidentifiable since only their IP address is known (often it’s just the IP address of the user’s internet service provider). The nature of the system exposed is also not always clear from the screenshots McMillan’s tool collected. Many of them simply show cartoon schematics of a ventilation system or a factory’s conveyor belts, making it difficult to identify the nature of the operation.

Others were readily identifiable. Mary Longenecker of Creek Place Farms was alarmed to learn that her pig-feeding system was accessible to anyone. The machine mixes and doles out the feed to the Berkshire pigs on her Pennsylvania farm.

“That’s the brains of our operation because it’s so automated,” Longenecker told WIRED. “If someone pressed the stop button, it halts making feed in the entire system, or they could change the feed rations in all of the recipes and really mess things up.”

There’s also the milk inventory controls for a Holstein farm in British Columbia, and the records and appointment system for a string of veterinary clinics in the United Kingdom identifying pets and their owners and the records of their care. One system appears to monitor and control the ventilation for underground miners in Romania, while another displays a view of the refrigeration system for a food service company in Pennsylvania that provides lunches to schools and other facilities. Another appears to be the controls for an internet radio station in Bulgaria.

“A lot of the infrastructure that shows up is there because the software maker had it poke holes in the firewalls for this protocol, but other protocols aren’t showing through that firewall,” McMillan says. “So I think a lot of people think this stuff is behind their firewall” and therefore safe.

Although the systems can be configured to require authentication for access, McMillan found 30,000 systems that had no authentication.

Among ones he found exposed were cash register and point-of-sale systems showing customer purchases and credit card numbers, billboard control systems in South Korea, a system for tracking which exits are open and closed at several elderly residential housing units in New York, several car wash systems, as well as a number of pharmacies, including one in Los Angeles that was exposing full details of customers — their date of birth, home address, contact phone number and the kind of prescription they obtained. One record captured by the screenshot tool identified a 27-year-old female patient who obtained birth control from the pharmacy.

McMillan isn’t sure why the pharmacy data showed up — a violation of federal HIPAA regulations that tightly control who can access patient data — but he suspects the pharmacy may have been using remote management software to monitor employee activity on the computer and weren’t aware that it was also making the computer desktop accessible to anyone on the internet. A number of the control systems he found also appear to be using TeamViewer to allow manufacturers to monitor and troubleshoot the systems for their customers. A spokesman for TeamViewer, however, says that the software requires a password by default for access.

Also caught in the scan were a number of desktops of random users who had VNC on their systems. One desktop capture showed the computer owner playing World of Warcraft, another was downloading TV shows, a third was in the midst of making a Western Union money transfer while another was attempting to log into a bitcoin mining account. Another user in California — perhaps a staff member in a physician’s office — was in the midst of writing an email about a patient when McMillan’s screenshot tool captured the text. McMillan’s scan also captured an image of three children in pajamas apparently opening presents on Christmas morning. WIRED contacted the ISP, who contacted the owner of the computer in South Dakota, who believes the screen capture was taken while he was looking at a picture of his grandchildren.

McMillan initially posted all of the screenshots online that his scan had captured. But he pulled them down quickly after other security researchers criticized him for exposing the vulnerable systems. He has provided the information to US CERT and to ICS-CERT so that they can contact the owners or their ISPs and let them know that their systems are vulnerable. He’s also prepared a password-protected portal with all of the images sorted by IP address and country so that other researchers can help him contact the owners.

A selection of screenshots from some of the systems appear in the gallery above, with sensitive details blurred by WIRED.

Update: To add information from TeamViewer spokesman clarifying that TeamViewer requires a password by default.

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http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2013/11/internet-exposed/

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Payson Round-up (Payson, Arizona)

Friday November 8 2013

Editor’s Note: Former fire chief Chuck Jacobs has taken on the job of investigating reported sightings of the Mogollon Monster for a television series that recently held a filming session in Payson. We asked him to dip into the cases he’s investigated and found evidence to support claims. Since people remain leery of publicly talking about their experiences, he wrote this story as a “re-creation” based on actual events, with the names of the witnesses changed at their request.

by Chuck Jacobs, Special to the Roundup

RJ (not his real name) is a cowboy, and has been his whole adult life.

It’s not a very glamorous career, and he’s never made much money at it, but he likes working outside and the lifestyle suits him.

For the past 20 years, he has worked on a ranch owned by a pioneer family who has run cattle on this land since the mid-1890s. It is not a big ranch and most of the range is actually on surrounding national forest land, where the family has held the grazing rights for as long as RJ can remember.

Today, RJ has to check cattle on the northern part of the range up on the mountain. It’s early Autumn and the weather is cooling off. The fall roundup will begin in a couple of weeks, so they need to locate the cattle. RJ saddles his horse and loads him into the trailer for the 20-mile trip.

The roads are dirt and plenty rough and it takes RJ about an hour to get to the north range. He unloads his horse and climbs into the saddle, just as he has done 1,000 times before.

The elevation is higher up here, the leaves are just starting to turn and he can see both his and his horse’s breath. It must have been pretty chilly this morning, but the sun is up now and it’s warming up fast.

RJ crosses a small drainage and rides up the ridge to the east, following a faint game trail. He knows that there is a large, open meadow on the other side, and last time he was up here quite a few of his cattle were over in that meadow.

Topping the ridge line, RJ skirts a dense thicket of young pine trees and finds a spot where he has a clear view of the meadow below. The cattle are there alright, but some of them have apparently been scared by something and are running to the north.

Off to his right, RJ sees more of the cattle running in the other direction.

He moves his horse around some trees to get a better view of what has spooked them and is frozen in his tracks by what he sees. Moving across the meadow, only 50 yards or so away, is a tall hair-covered creature with a very muscular build, walking upright on two feet. It is moving in a line directly away from him, taking big steps but not running.

Its shoulders are very broad, and its body tapers to the waist. It has long arms that swing as it walks. Its head looks to be somewhat pointed and sits very low, with no apparent neck. The hair is a dark brown, and the morning sun gives it an almost reddish tint. It reaches the tree line in a few steps and disappears into the dense vegetation.

The sighting lasted maybe 10 seconds, max.

RJ sits stunned, glad that his now-nervous horse hadn’t spooked and thrown him.

He can’t believe what he has just seen, but he knows what it was. It was a Bigfoot, and a large one at that. He had heard stories, but he never believed that they were real. Now he has seen one.

Waiting a few minutes to let his horse calm down and to get his head around what he has just experienced, RJ rides down into the meadow to where the creature crossed. The grass is not very tall, thanks to the cattle who have spent much of the summer here and it is crushed down, but there are no clear tracks. At the tree line, there is a deep layer of pine needles and other forest “duff.” No clear tracks there either.

RJ wonders how something that big can possibly not leave tracks. As he sits on his horse by a tree where the creature left the meadow, he suddenly realizes the creature’s size in comparison with the tree. It was almost as tall as he is ... sitting on his horse — maybe nine feet tall and must have weighed 700 pounds.

He knows that he must be wrong. After all, he only saw it for a few seconds. It couldn’t have been that big. He plays it over and over in his mind, but there is no doubt. He saw what he saw.

RJ makes the rest of his rounds that day, haunted by what he has experienced.

Back at the ranch house that evening, he tells the ranch owner about it. The owner, an old cowboy himself who has known RJ since he was a kid, laughs and tells him that he must have been mistaken. He jokingly asks RJ “what he has been smoking,” and says that it must have just been a bear.

Although he feels deeply insulted that the boss doesn’t believe him, RJ doesn’t say anything more, and he vows to never tell another soul about the incident.

He knows what he saw. He saw a Bigfoot. He has worked this range for many years, and will likely work it for many more, but he will never look at it the same way again.

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« Reply #9414 on: Nov 10th, 2013, 6:13pm »

That was a great read! smiley

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For many Fukushima evacuees, the truth is they won't be going home

By Sophie Knight and Antoni Slodkowski

IWAKI, Japan Mon Nov 11, 2013 4:09am EST

(Reuters) - For many of Japan's oldest nuclear refugees, all they want is to be allowed back to the homes they were forced to abandon. Others are ready to move away, severing ties to the ghost towns that remain in the shadow of the wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant.

But among the thousands of evacuees stuck in temporary housing more than two and a half years after the worst nuclear accident since Chernobyl, there is a shared understanding on one point - Japan's government is unable to deliver on its ambitious initial goals for cleaning up the areas that had to be evacuated after the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami disaster.

"You can't have a temporary life forever," said Ichiro Kazawa, 61, whose home was destroyed by the tsunami that also knocked out power to the Fukushima plant.

Kazawa escaped four minutes before the first wave. Next year, he hopes to return to a home within sight of the Fukushima plant and take his 88-year-old mother back. But he wants the government to admit what many evacuees have already accepted - for many there will be no going home as planned.

"I think it will be easier for people who can't go back anyway to be told that so they can plan their future," said Kazawa, who remains unemployed.

Lawmakers from Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's coalition parties on Monday recommended the government step back from the most ambitious Fukushima clean-up goals, and begin telling evacuees that a $30 billion clean-up will not achieve the long-term radiation reduction goal set by the previous administration. "The government and ruling party will act as one and deal with this firmly," said Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga, adding that Abe would consider the proposal seriously.

The government is also considering a proposal floated earlier this month to offer new compensation to residents in the areas of highest radiation who have no prospect of returning home, officials involved have said.

"There will come a time when someone has to say, 'You won't be able to live here any more, but we will make up for it'," the secretary general of the LDP, Shigeru Ishiba, said in a speech earlier this month.

FRUSTRATION, RESIGNATION

Around a third of the 160,000 people forced to flee when the earthquake and tsunami triggered a triple meltdown at the Fukushima plant remain in flimsy temporary housing units that are nearing the 3-year limit initially promised.

Social workers report an increase in domestic strife, alcoholism and illnesses such as deep vein thrombosis from lack of exercise. In August, the number of people in Fukushima who have died since the accident from illnesses related to prolonged evacuation rose to 1,539, nearing the prefecture's tsunami death toll of 1,599.

Among those who remain, there is frustration, resignation and a sense that the hardest decisions remain ahead.

"Politicians preferred to make people believe in something and put off making really difficult decisions until as late as possible," said Hideo Hasegawa, who runs a non-profit group in Fukushima helping evacuees.

The evacuation area - a little bigger than Hong Kong - was carved into three zones in late 2011 based on radiation readings. The most contaminated area was predicted to remain uninhabited for at least five years and remains off limits.

The Ministry of Environment has contracted work to clean up the 11 most heavily contaminated townships, with the aim of bringing the average annual radiation dose to 20 millisieverts per year based on a range suggested by the International Centre for Radiological Protection.

Current policy dictates that evacuation orders be lifted and compensation payments stopped when that level is reached. However, the government also set a lower, long-term target of 1 millisievert - twice the background radiation in Denver.

Some had hoped the decontamination project employing thousands of temporary workers to strip trees, spray roads and remove topsoil would be enough to hit that ambitious target.

Officials had cautioned from the start against those hopes, since 90 percent of the projected reduction in radiation comes from natural decay of radioactive particles over time.

DELAYS, DUMPING

Meanwhile, decontamination work has been marred by delays and reports that workers have sometimes simply dumped waste rather than collect it for later storage. The environment ministry has pushed back the deadline for completion for seven of 11 townships and has yet to announce new target dates.

Some evacuees remain concerned that 20 millisieverts per year poses health risks, especially for children. That dose over five years is the limit for nuclear workers. Many have stuck with the target of 1 millisievert as a yardstick for safety.

"No matter how hard they try to decontaminate, radiation isn't going down. So even though we have decided to go back, we can't," said Keiko Shioi, a 59-year-old housewife from Naraha, near the nuclear plant. Radiation near her house is running at two to three times the long-term target, she said.

Just 12 percent of evacuees from Tomioka, one of the most heavily contaminated villages, say they want to return home, according to a survey published in September.

"No matter how much they decontaminate I'm not going back because I have children and it is my responsibility to protect them," said Yumi Ide, a mother of two teenage boys from Tomioka.

Evacuees are equally worried about a lack of jobs, schools, medical care or even groceries in towns that have been abandoned since 2011.

"It doesn't make any sense to return people to towns with no infrastructure," said Norio Horiuchi, 71, a retired engineer from Tomioka.

(Additional reporting by Yoshifumi Takemoto and Takaya Yamaguchi; Editing by Kevin Krolicki and Ian Geoghegan)

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