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  1. Trump lied to our faces

    Industrial grade smoke and mirrors. A dumb and getting dumber voter base and an owned media. Look at the couple of stories covered here that didn't make "The News". The Burkman thing comes to mind. And then there were a couple of Muslim shootings/attempted bombings. Who knows what was unreported? We (the masses) are being fed by the Owners of the Gov't. Media. Most people I know get their news on late night comedy shows or FB. I only know a handful of people who read. People have quit reading.. anything other than what's on their FB page. It's pretty sad, but reality I think.
  2. The Republicans have Betrayed the American Public

    Hi Octo, I don't mean to correct you in politely.. so please know that! Trump met with Henry Kissininger of Kissinger Associates, funded originally by Goldman Sachs. I think, that's more accurate. My point being $$$. "It was established in July 1982 after loans had been secured from Goldman Sachs and a consortium of three other banks. These loans were repaid in two years; by 1987 annual revenues had reached $5 million.[3]" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kissinger_Associates Best, 2ms
  3. I wanted to add something I just remembered. A school pal told me when some political thing came up, "My dad told me, all you need to know about politics is this: Why would some guy spend $5 million dollars to get a job that pays him $50 thousand a year? Think about that son." My friend's dad was a blue collar guy, who thought politics was a corrupt game that he wanted nothing to do with. I think he voted as his union suggested. From the numbers above, you can figure out that this was many years ago. But, the concept still stands.
  4. As I was saying... We, along with congress, are just finding out what was in the bill. As Crazy Nan said, you have to vote for it to find out what's in it" The joke is on us, as it always is. "Congress Gives Itself a Bonus in Omnibus Senate increases budget by $48 million, salaries by $12 million" Check out the photo in the link.. http://freebeacon.com/politics/congress-gives-bonus-omnibus/
  5. Given that elections could be made honest (not hackable), you would need people to run for office that really care about those that put them in office. Politics doesn't attract those kinds of people. No one with a decent amount of intelligence and common sense, who doesn't suffer from some serious personality disorder, would consider entering politics. Look at how broken (with few exceptions) these people are who run and supervise governments. The primary concern once in office, is getting reelected, and then not getting caught when... stealing from and lying to your voters. I'll see if I can find the Carlin video. He says it best.
  6. Politics is all about getting rich (er) and getting face time on TV. The rest is complete bs. If you can lie to people with a smile on your face, you might succeed in politics. Politicians are pretty much all the same. Look at what Merkel has done to Europe and she's reelected. I would love to have all the time back that I spent thinking and talking about politics. We have little if any influence short of a revolution. And, that won't happen. For me, it's become a complete waste of time. For me, this is a positive thing.
  7. http://www.breitbart.com/tech/2018/03/20/report-mark-zuckerberg-saved-tens-of-millions-of-dollars-by-selling-facebook-stock-before-crash/
  8. Even if you did hear it or see it, sometimes ..
  9. Of course, it's done for all OS. If you want to know about current, maybe ongoing exploits, you need to go to the "black hat" sites. I won't direct you. Reading CERT is a good way to stay up to date. If that's what you're after? https://www.us-cert.gov/ Have fun.
  10. One thing about high profile attacks (unless it's Nat Security) is they make the Hacker news sites. Most are well documented. People in the net security biz read them like, pilots read about airplane crashes.
  11. This one is pretty interesting.. https://thehackernews.com/2017/06/linux-buffer-overflow-code.html SCADA https://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/03/24/water_utility_hacked/ https://www.wired.com/2016/03/inside-cunning-unprecedented-hack-ukraines-power-grid/
  12. Read the example.. then just search "Linux hacks".
  13. The only difference between Atlanta and other cities, businesses and governments that are under attack, is.. they figured out that they are under attack My work experience includes RF based network security. Most attacks are written for the most popular OS. Many hardware systems (not all) are built to be configured under Win OS. Some of the best forensic software is built to run under a Win OS. So, you may avoid some trouble by using an OS that isn't as popular in the business - government arena, as Mac once was, but any OS can be compromised if the plumb is tasty. The scary stuff, in my opinion, if the vast amount of unprotected SCADA hardware in use. It's almost all Win based, because öthat's what industry uses, and is venerable to attack. This is power, water, gas, reservoir systems, gas storage tanks, etc. If it ran on Linux, the attacks would be on Linux OS. Many businesses, that use software that isn't Win/Mac dependent, use Linux. But, a lot of popular software, like stuff from Adobe, won't run on Linux. That's why people still use Win/Mac OS. Example: "WPA2 – the encryption standard that secures all modern wifi networks – has been cracked. An attacker could now read all information passing over any wifi network secured by WPA2, which is most routers, both public and private. Android and Linux are particularly vulnerable, being described as ‘trivial’ to attack, but all other platforms are vulnerable too, including iOS and macOS …snip, With Android and Linux, an attacker doesn’t even have to do that much work: the attacker can simply reset the encryption key." https://9to5mac.com/2017/10/16/wifi-wpa2-hacked/ Just my 2 cents Edit: yeah, a ransom note would alert them to a possible ongoing attack.
  14. In San Francisco, the only people armed are MS13 members (and other bad guys/gals) and the wossie cops. Most of the current crop of cops in SF are former Meter Maids ..male and female. Any cop in SF who will actually face a bit of danger is close to retirement. It's Millennial Ville squared.