There’s certainly a lot of things going on & very hard to keep a hold of all the information that comes pouring through my computer. Maybe it’s the drugs. or I’m just a idiot whatever it is I have to just focus on one thing. I’m holding a cryptoparty tomorrow. That’s one thing I’m focusing on. I’m also a Native american aka ”Anishinabe” in English ”First people”. And I’m focusing on removing all american flags from Anishinabe reservations. I’m asking all tribes to respectfully return them to Washington DC, and will return them to the reservations when america starts treating all people equally. Them are two things I’m working on and making it to some protest from time to time when I can get away.
When America starts treating all people with égalité (equality)
How about We the People in order to establish a more perfect union (revolution) help get the reservations and the so-called ”Off-Reservation ’Trust Lands’” out of the clutches of the United States government’s ”Indian Affairs” bureaucracy (BIA), and reestablish the Anishinabe and other American Indian or Native American ”nations” as Constitutionally free and independent, and you all in turn help us ”nationalize” the US banks? Instead of returning the flags to Washington DC, how about delivering them to the #Occupied Wall Street and Main Street banks?
Of course in order for the banks to be nationalized and stripped of their immoral stranglehold and use of usury, the ”revolving door” at the Pentagon and the Congress has to be shut down – by getting the baksheesh and bribery out of politics (See #GetMoneyOut and #MoneyOutPack).
Monotheists, mainly practicing Christians, Jews and Christians, must see their religiosity of hypocrisy and defying that which is forbidden by the Bible, the Torah and al-Qur’an. Atheists and secularists must see Magna Carta. All must see the (1848 and 1967) French Révolution. What is a revolution, French or otherwise without liberté, égalité (equality), and fraternité?
Thanks, and cc: @JohnTiessen
I beat hu? Well did not wikeleaks say this like 6 months ago about all smart phones? oh well.In reply to - John Tiessen posted an update in the group #A99: via @spacerog on 04 September 2012 Something I’ve been worrying about for a long time has just happened: Antisec has leaked a database with more than a million UDIDs. The UDID issue has been a bit of a white whale of mine – I’ve written many blog posts [...] · View
via @spacerog on 04 September 2012
Something I’ve been worrying about for a long time has just happened: Antisec has leaked a database with more than a million UDIDs. The UDID issue has been a bit of a white whale of mine – I’ve written many blog posts about it and spent more hours than I care to think negotiating responsible disclosure with companies misusing UDIDs. Let’s recap some of the posts I’ve written about this:
In May 2011, just before its sale to Gree was announced, I showed that OpenFeint was misusing UDIDs in a way that allowed you to link a UDID to a user’s identity, geolocation and Facebook and Twitter accounts. I didn’t discuss it openly at the time, you could also completely take over an OpenFeint account, and access chat, forums, friends lists, and more using just a UDID. This resulted in a class-action lawsuit against OpenFeint, which has since petered out.
Later that month, I published a survey looking at how UDIDs are used in practice. The data is now slightly out of date, but shows just how widely UDIDs are used and misused.
In September 2011, I published the most troubling news so far, which paradoxically also got the least coverage in the press. I looked at all the gaming social networks on IOS – basically OpenFeint and its competitors – and found catastrophic mismanagement by nearly everyone. The vulnerabilities ranged from de-anonymization, to takeover of the user’s gaming social network account, to the ability to completely take over the user’s Facebook and Twitter accounts using just a UDID.
As serious these problems are, I’m afraid it’s just the tip of the iceberg. Negotiating disclosure and trying to convince companies to fix their problems has taken literally months of my time, so I’ve stopped publishing on this issue for the moment. It’s disheartening to say it, but some of the companies mentioned in my posts still have unfixed problems (they were all notified well in advance of any publication). I will also note ominously that I know of a number of similar vulnerabilities elsewhere in the IOS app ecosystem that I’ve just not had the time to pursue.
When speaking to people about this, I’ve often been asked ”What’s the worst that can happen?”. My response was always that the worst case scenario would be if a large database of UDIDs leaked… and here we are.
Why the Apple UDID had to die 09 Sep 2011
De-anonymizing Apple UDIDs with OpenFeint 04 May 2011
How UDIDs are used: a survey 19 May 2011
UDID media roundup 10 Jun 2011
mitmproxy: Breaking Apple’s Game Center with replay 31 Mar 2011
pathod 0.2: the daemon gets an evil twin 22 Aug 2012
Introducing pathod: a pathological HTTP server 01 May 2012
mitmproxy 0.8 09 Apr 2012
mitmproxy 0.7 27 Feb 2012
OpenBSD in decline? 26 Feb 2012
Malware 05 Jan 2012
Visualizing entropy in binary files 04 Jan 2012
Visualizing binaries with space-filling curves 23 Dec 2011
sry but, He @spacerog does not lie kids.
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I beat hu? Well did not wikeleaks say this like 6 months ago about all smart phones? oh well.
Yeah. Smaat (phones) alright. We’re doomed, John, we’re doomed! Thanks.
The Facts on Cubic – and Trapwire, Abraxas, Ntrepid, and other Legal Fictions http://barrettbrown.blogspot.com/2012/08/the-facts-on-cubic-and-trapwire-abraxas.html
ATT/NSA wiretapping – revisited
Come the revolution, a consumer protection bureaucracy a la Elizabeth Warren to sort through other government agency and private sector chickenshittedness, starting with every variation of Trapwire®* there is; to wherever and whenever possible nip the bastards in the bud, and coordinated with a 99% friendly Department of Justice, get the kinds of prosecutions that send the convicted perps to jail for a long. long time. No more slap on the wrist punishments for chickenshit offenses, or lightweight punitive damages that make the fines they pay merely the cost of doing business – to pay the fine and then continue on with their practices of chickenshittedness. I mean jail time whenever possible and fines so heavy that their way of doing business as usual could cause those businesses to shut down for lack of cash on hand after the fines are paid. And then there’s always the old ace of regulating them to death, which is less harsh than outsourcing and leaving the confiscation and nationalizing chores to the likes of the old pro Hugo Chávez. [إن شاء الله to be continued]
Thanks, and cc: @JohnTiessen
What Is CISPA?
My position is against CISPA. This is simply an article informing blog readers about the CISPA bill and its potential impact on the average Internet user.
So it seems that the threat of SOPA and PIPA has passed. I explained what SOPA was and took a stance against the act in this article.
But have you heard about CISPA? CISPA is the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act and it actually passed through the House of Representatives on April 26th.
While SOPA focused more on copyright issues, CISPA aims to “track cyber threats.” The bill allows for government agencies and private companies to all be allowed to share private information about cyber threats. No one can deny that cyber threats have certainly been on the rise. We live in a world where most of our daily activities and private information is online, so criminals and vandals have turned towards the Internet to achieve their goals. While CISPA actually does have the potential of being a good thing, the question simply becomes: “what is considered a ‘cyber threat’?”
With CISPA, a cyber threat is anything that makes “efforts to degrade, disrupt or destroy” vital networks. Also, a cyber threat could be anything that can be taken as a “threat or misappropriation” towards information that is privately owned or owned by the government.
CISPA does not force any private company to share any information. CISPA only allows for companies to share their users’ information. So why would any company choose to disclose the information of its users to any other company or the government? Well, with SOPA, business interests were put at risk. However, CISPA doesn’t threaten the business interests of any company. On the contrary, CISPA actually rewards companies for sharing this information with the government! It also includes clauses that would allow the company to be free from any legal charges if they do choose to share their users’ information. For these reasons, several companies such as Facebook, AT&T, Verizon and Microsoft are supporting CISPA.
So although CISPA seems to have some good intentions and may seem to fight off the threat of cyber attacks, just like SOPA and PIPA, the language in the bill is extremely vague. The vagueness included makes this bill a threat to every single Internet user. The government or any private company basically has free access to all of your information. Worst of all, if they choose to share your information, it will all be “proprietary.” That means that you will never know what information has been shared. Your information can include (but is not limited to) your names, addresses, phone numbers, and all of your Internet activity.
“CISPA has a very broad, almost unlimited definition of the information that can be shared with government agencies and it supersedes all other privacy laws” said the Center for Democracy and Technology. As the Electronic Frontier Foundation pointed out, companies would be able to “use cybersecurity systems to identify and obtain cyber threat information to protect the rights and property of such protected entity.” They could use these excuses to “protect” themselves from “cyber threats.” Then these companies that have just shared all of your private information would have immunity from lawsuits if they have exercised these rights “under good faith.”
Although this bill passed (almost silently) through the House of Representatives, it must still go through the Senate and Obama’s desk. The Senate might vote out the bill and Obama might veto it, especially if we tell them to! If you want your representatives to know that you are against CISPA, there are several places on the Internet where you can help to stop CISPA. One of these places is PrivacyIsAwesome.com. The Senate may vote on CISPA as early as June. Do your part in fighting this bill.
Time for the Mexican people to tell america to fu@k off and then legalize all drugs. If Mexico legalize all drugs, then america would soon have to follow. It makes me sick that america has a fence to keep the great people of Mexico out when any person from america can go in and out of Mexico when ever they want.
Mexico should put up their own fence to keep american people out. Also, Mexico should tell all american owned companies, if they want to stay in Mexico they have to pay the great people of Mexico at least $8,75 us dollars and or get out. I think thats around 11948.08 Mexican Peso (MXN)
I see the Mexican Drug Cartels as given the people what they want. No drug dealer in america has to go look for customers. I think the Mexican Drug Cartels should read about Charlie “Lucky” Luciano and how he organized all the families into one and expanding their power. This killing is just bad for business.
so you think yelling at the cashier for high prices at the store is the way to lower prices? or is it better to yell at the store owner the way to get prices lower? follow the money and protest the real problems. the cops will show up there too. so if you want to go through the cops you can and into the right building… thats the people who took the money from the people…In reply to - THE TIME HAS COME posted an update in the group FITCH, POORS MOODY’S SCAM : When my son asks me, ”Where was I, when we turn slaves” I’m cannot answer ”I was watching all this on web.” I must say ”I WAS FIGHTING FOR FREEDOM” I’ve seen lots of blogs and forums where people talk about these criminals, [...] · View
Protest the people who have the money. Bring it to their homes.
Tell them you want your money back.
They are the ones that took it not the cops.
The cops are nothing but slaves like you and me.
(((((( TAKE THE FIGHT TO THE ONES WHO TOOK YOUR MONEY )))))))
The ones who can change this are the ones who you talk too….
The ones you take the fight too are the people who have the power to change it…
Then and only then will things change,
The ones with your money do not care if you die or the ones who work for them die,
–> But they do care if they die or their family die <–
……… Bring the Protest to the homes of the rich ….
To have people sign petitions does not help. The rich just laugh at that. The rich started this and they are the ones who need to be MADE to fix it. Google the rich family and bring it to them. If they move to other countries to hide. Find them and bring it to them there.In reply to - THE TIME HAS COME posted an update in the group FITCH, POORS MOODY’S SCAM : When my son asks me, ”Where was I, when we turn slaves” I’m cannot answer ”I was watching all this on web.” I must say ”I WAS FIGHTING FOR FREEDOM” I’ve seen lots of blogs and forums where people talk about these criminals, [...] · View
organized? no I think if we look at america we see what organized does to a good idea. ideas can not be spied on or infiltratedIn reply to - David DeGraw posted an update in the group A99: I’m all for decentralized, leaderless resistance, but, as many people here have argued, we need more organization. People like @fss34 @pcvcolin @aigeanta have done a lot of hard work and an excellent job to provide tools for us. Are there other people out there who can help get us organized? It [...] · View
Why would it scared the shyt out of big brother? They see this movement taking power away from them and their rich friends. You can not treat the sheep like fools for ever, Even a fool gets wise in time, This is a nice short read str8 2 the point from a person who is not a fool, I give you this in the case you think I’m the fool and do not want to believe my words, http://www.slate.com/id/2283168/In reply to - John Tiessen posted an update: Some times movements start out not the way we would like them to but if they are for the right reason they snowball to a point that no one can ignore them. Governments can’t fool the people for ever. I’m sure today scared the shyt out of big brother. · View
Some times movements start out not the way we would like them to but if they are for the right reason they snowball to a point that no one can ignore them. Governments can’t fool the people for ever. I’m sure today scared the shyt out of big brother.
Why would it scared the shyt out of big brother? They see this movement taking power away from them and their rich friends. You can not treat the sheep like fools for ever, Even a fool gets wise in time, This is a nice short read str8 2 the point from a person who is not a fool, I give you this in the case you think I’m the fool and do not want to believe my words, http://www.slate.com/id/2283168/