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UVB-76 - Important message in 16 days.

 
Anonymous Coward
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I just re-read the prophecies with the following on my mind:

What if all the seers, describd a means to war they couldn't know of?

Somewhere they (the propehts and seers) speak of the devil, in beautiful clothes, and offering the people the whole world

They speak of tanks riding on new roads, and the war happens unimaginable fast?

They speak of piosons, that destroy the wohle world...

The devil is associated with 666 = www

Poison = Viruses

Fast roads = Highway of Information

And after the War the people have to live like 100 years ago...

It's good to have intuition, and think out of the box.

I gonna make a backup of all my data, and also a list of important ip-adrsses...

Think stuxnet!

P.S.: After the war the peoples come out off their hidings and wondering where they have been... in which MMORPG, which all will be then "dead".
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[link to www.j-lorber.de]
Have fun with this german prophecy page hf

I am surprised how spot on some of these are, even those from 1300 or earlier...
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Using MS at a nuclear power plant to begin with is beyond stupid.

blame siemens (and others) for not designing their software to use with proper operating systems.
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Well, he´s right. Stuxnet used 4 0day exploits, totally insane. If WinCC hadn´t that many vulnerabilities, the situation wouldn´t be that bad.
Siemens only using hardcoded(!) standard passwords is beyond stupid too of course.
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Siemens only using hardcoded(!) standard passwords is beyond stupid too of course.
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haha

I hope you don't mean hardcoded as in unmodifiable?
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Stuxnet used 4 0day exploits, totally insane.
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as for the 0days, hat tip to the developers of stuxnet really. there was some serious work involved.
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as some of you might be interested in this angle, (from STRTAFOR)

The Stuxnet Computer Worm and the Iranian Nuclear Program
September 24, 2010 | 2121 GMT

A computer worm proliferating in Iran targets automated activity in large industrial facilities. Speculation that the worm represents an effort by a national intelligence agency to attack Iranian nuclear facilities is widespread in the media. The characteristics of the complex worm do in fact suggest a national intelligence agency was involved. If so, the full story is likely to remain shrouded in mystery.

Analysis

A computer virus known as a worm that has been spreading on computers primarily in Iran, India and Indonesia could be a cyberattack on Iranian nuclear facilities, according to widespread media speculation.

Creating such a program, which targets a specific Siemens software system controlling automated activity in large industrial facilities, would have required a large team with experience and actionable intelligence. If a national intelligence agency in fact targeted Iranian nuclear facilities, this would be the first deployment of a cyberweapon reported on in the media. It would also mean that the full details of the operation are not likely ever to be known.

The so-called Stuxnet worm first attracted significant attention when Microsoft announced concerns over the situation in a Sept. 13 security bulletin, though various experts in the information technology community had been analyzing it for at least a few months. The worm is very advanced, required specific intelligence on its target, exploits multiple system vulnerabilities and uses two stolen security certificates, suggesting a typical hacker did not create it.

On a technical level, Stuxnet uses four different vulnerabilities to gain access to Windows systems and USB flash drives, identified independently by antivirus software makers Symantec and Kaspersky Lab. Discovering and exploiting all four vulnerabilities, which in this case are errors in code that allow access to the system or program for unintended purposes, would have required a major effort. Three of them were “zero-day” vulnerabilities, meaning they were unknown before now. A Polish security publication, Hakin9, had discovered the fourth, but Microsoft had failed to fix it. Typically, hackers who discover zero-day vulnerabilities exploit them immediately to avoid pre-emption by software companies, which fix them as soon as they learn of them. In another advanced technique, the worm uses two stolen security certificates from Realtek Semiconductor Corp. to access parts of the Windows operating system.

Stuxnet seems to target a specific Siemens software system, the Simatic WinCC SCADA, operating a unique hardware configuration, according to industrial systems security expert Ralph Langner and Symantec, which both dissected the worm. SCADA stands for “supervisory control and data acquisition systems,” which oversee a number of programmable logic controllers (PLCs), which are used to control individual industrial processes. Stuxnet thus targets individual computers that carry out automated activity in large industrial facilities, but only will activate when it finds the right one. Siemens reported that 14 facilities using its software had already been infected, but nothing had happened. When Stuxnet finds the right configuration of industrial processes run by this software, it supposedly will execute certain files that would disrupt or destroy the system and its equipment. Unlike most sophisticated worms or viruses created by criminal or hacker groups, this worm thus does not involve winning wealth or fame for the creator, but rather aims to disrupt one particular facility, shutting down vital systems that run continuously for a few seconds at a time.

VirusBlokAda, a Minsk-based company, announced the discovery of Stuxnet June 17, 2010, on customers’ computers in Iran. Data from Symantec indicates that most of the targeted and infected computers are in Iran, Indonesia and India. Nearly 60 percent of the infected computers were in Iran. Later research found that at least one version of Stuxnet had been around since June 2009. The proliferation of the worm in Iran indicates that country was the target, but where it started and how it has spread to different countries remains unclear.

Few countries have the kind of technology and industrial base and security agencies geared toward computer security and operations required to devise such a worm, which displays a creativity that few intelligence agencies have demonstrated. This list includes, in no particular order, the United States, India, the United Kingdom, Israel, Russia, Germany, France, China and South Korea.

Media speculation has focused on the United States and Israel, both of which are seeking to disrupt the Iranian nuclear program. Though a conventional war against Iran would be difficult, clandestine attempts at disruption can function as temporarily solutions. Evidence exists of other sabotage attempts in the covert war between the United States and Israel on one side and Iran on the other over Iranian efforts to build a deliverable nuclear weapon.

U.S. President Barack Obama has launched a major diplomatic initiative to involve other countries in stopping Iran’s nuclear activities, so another country might have decided to contribute this creative solution. Whoever developed the worm had very specific intelligence on their target. Targeting a classified Iranian industrial facility would require reliable intelligence assets, likely of a human nature, able to provide the specific parameters for the target. A number of defectors could have provided this information, as could have the plants’ designers or operators. Assuming Siemens systems were actually used, the plans or data needed could have been in Germany, or elsewhere.

Evidence pinpointing who created the worm is not likely to emerge. All that is known for certain is that it targets a particular industrial system using Siemens’ programming. Whether the worm has found its target also remains unclear. It may have done so months ago, meaning now we are just seeing the remnants spread. Assuming the target was a secret facility — which would make this the first cyberweapon reported in the media — the attack might well never be publicized. The Iranians have yet to comment on the worm. They may still be investigating to see where it has spread, working to prevent further damage and trying to identify the culprit. If a government did launch the worm, like any good intelligence operation, no one is likely to take credit for the attack. But no matter who was responsible for the worm, Stuxnet is a display of serious innovation by its designer.
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.....


- Arctic and Antarctica ! ....
- Lomonosov Ridge, an underwater mountain range > we should have a look at that !!!

What is so available in those places? Something more than oil? Yes? AU organism?



hey that is rude.
You picked my exact post from the BEZERK thread and did not even mention me posting it and putting those frases under the article !!!

You are a thief and respectless !!!

SHAME ON YOU !
redface


......

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My, my... the pot calling the kettle black.
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09/26/2010 05:57 PM
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Rid the Rothschilds and their banking empire network and %80 of the worlds problems would be eliminated overnight.
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09/26/2010 05:58 PM
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Siemens only using hardcoded(!) standard passwords is beyond stupid too of course.

haha

I hope you don't mean hardcoded as in unmodifiable?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 225644

Yes i do. The passwords are actually modfiable, but Siemens warns to do it, because the software would no longer properly work...
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[link to www.pcworld.com]

Although a newly discovered worm could allow criminals to break into Siemens' industrial automation systems using a default password, Siemens is telling customers to leave their passwords alone.
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09/26/2010 06:03 PM
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Stuxnet used 4 0day exploits, totally insane.

as for the 0days, hat tip to the developers of stuxnet really. there was some serious work involved.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 225644


Government workers have endless support
"Majority of Amerika is too awash in its own mediocrity to commit to fighting for freedom" Mojo
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stuxnet is very interesting from various angles.

you believe the (alleged) 30k infected computers in iran are proof iran was actually the target? that's just silly. it seemigly is an amazing piece of technology. I would be more worried about the machines it sits on that have not yet been acknowledged. and isn't it very convenient, everyone agrees that iran was the target and stops thinking any further?
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Here's another angle I ran across - interesting take - not saying that I agree with this, but interesting nonetheless.

[link to redactednews.blogspot.com]
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"Not asking if these prophecies will be fulfilled, but if HAARP can heat the air/clouds or whatever so much, that people would die?
It´s called Ionosphere heater after all."

Were the recent fires in Russia from scalar weapons?US?

Is HAARP building up the magnetosphere for upcoming 2012?

Humanity as a whole has such limited vision. Great creativity, but unable to grasp the many because of the few.

Why are HAARP installations spread about the planet? Why would they need to be able to extend the coverage area about the whole planet?

Why would they promote a lie that HAARP systems were built as an offensive system against other nations. Seems like a strange misdirection to me, unless you were really preparing for something entirely different.

Missile shield? It can do that, but you would not worry about being able to cover the whole planet. Think outside the box. Consider chem trails. Correlate the weird; connect the dots.
 Quoting: We Who Watch


Oh yea that is the feeling I get as well...

The medium (conduit) to connect the stations could very easily be achieved by the chem trails laid across a grid and scattered by the winds...The winds created by Ha rp itself and directed...

Now the big question is what are we trying to shield from...Internal escapes...External entry...

Both pose speculation and question...

Personally I think it is external...

I want add links as to why, but I am sure you all have seen the sites about comets, the no rad guy, spaceships near the sun...My point is there are many external disasters just waiting to happen...

Internal...heat escaping, missiles (they can't reenter if they can't leave)...

Cz...
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09/26/2010 06:13 PM
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Yes i do. The passwords are actually modfiable, but Siemens warns to do it, because the software would no longer properly work...
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I have seen many insane things in my professional life, but that is ... thinking very hard but in 15 yrs of experience I can't think of anything as stupid on a critical infrastructure piece.
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09/26/2010 06:15 PM
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"Not asking if these prophecies will be fulfilled, but if HAARP can heat the air/clouds or whatever so much, that people would die?
It´s called Ionosphere heater after all."

Were the recent fires in Russia from scalar weapons?US?

Is HAARP building up the magnetosphere for upcoming 2012?

Humanity as a whole has such limited vision. Great creativity, but unable to grasp the many because of the few.

Why are HAARP installations spread about the planet? Why would they need to be able to extend the coverage area about the whole planet?

Why would they promote a lie that HAARP systems were built as an offensive system against other nations. Seems like a strange misdirection to me, unless you were really preparing for something entirely different.

Missile shield? It can do that, but you would not worry about being able to cover the whole planet. Think outside the box. Consider chem trails. Correlate the weird; connect the dots.


Oh yea that is the feeling I get as well...

The medium (conduit) to connect the stations could very easily be achieved by the chem trails laid across a grid and scattered by the winds...The winds created by Ha rp itself and directed...

Now the big question is what are we trying to shield from...Internal escapes...External entry...

Both pose speculation and question...

Personally I think it is external...

I want add links as to why, but I am sure you all have seen the sites about comets, the no rad guy, spaceships near the sun...My point is there are many external disasters just waiting to happen...

Internal...heat escaping, missiles (they can't reenter if they can't leave)...

Cz...
 Quoting: Czarcasym


The threat is indeed external.
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Government workers have endless support
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this piece of technology required some real smart people, not "endless support".
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Yes i do. The passwords are actually modfiable, but Siemens warns to do it, because the software would no longer properly work...


I have seen many insane things in my professional life, but that is ... thinking very hard but in 15 yrs of experience I can't think of anything as stupid on a critical infrastructure piece.
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LOL, indeed. Siemens is pretty much fucked, this worm demonstrated very well that only morans are in key positions at this company.
The problem is that SCADA, Siemens´ machine control software, is almost unreplaceable, almost everything runs it. This will get very expensive for everyone.
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Government workers have endless support


this piece of technology required some real smart people, not "endless support".
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Some of us are working on "such" projects. But we have a limited scope of the entire project, we can only make deductions. We are not stupid, I guess....
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The threat is indeed external.
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Few pages ago you said it was about big solar flares coming, seeing how the sun is going to it´s solar maximum in 2012 that makes sense for sure.
I just hope there´s nothing else to be afraid of. damned
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Government workers have endless support


this piece of technology required some real smart people, not "endless support".
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 225644


Endless support would include money and brains.
"Majority of Amerika is too awash in its own mediocrity to commit to fighting for freedom" Mojo
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The threat is indeed external.

Few pages ago you said it was about big solar flares coming, seeing how the sun is going to it´s solar maximum in 2012 that makes sense for sure.
I just hope there´s nothing else to be afraid of. damned
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Dig deeper if you care... It's fun, and very dangerous.
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The threat is indeed external.

Few pages ago you said it was about big solar flares coming, seeing how the sun is going to it´s solar maximum in 2012 that makes sense for sure.
I just hope there´s nothing else to be afraid of. damned


Dig deeper if you care... It's fun, and very dangerous.
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No pain, no gain.
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No pain, no gain.
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Indeed. TOo bad i suck at decoding cryptic messages, as i proved countless times in this thread alone. lol
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But that´s fine, getting everything served on a silver tablet sucks even more, i appreciate this little thinking exercise.
Doesn´t happen too often these days, that we actually have to think about something.
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A Swan is much more than just a song.
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A beautiful bird

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Government workers have endless support


this piece of technology required some real smart people, not "endless support".


Some of us are working on "such" projects. But we have a limited scope of the entire project, we can only make deductions. We are not stupid, I guess....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1110105


not denying that, just saying that the "Government workers have endless support" line in my ear implicated that it was more a matter of numbers, than of skill, which I doubt (there was considerable, considerable, skill involved). That people working on projects like this not necessarily are told the entire picture is certain.
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I just had a little idea:

Could the recent strong signal of UVB76 be connected with SURA enhancing the ionosphere for that frequency (spoken like a noob, hope you get what i mean)?

According to researchers noted in USAF research paper "Weather as a Force Multiplier: Owning the Weather in 2025", ionosphere heating was among techniques investigated by the former Soviet Union to either enhance friendly or disrupt enemy communications by modifying the natural ionosphere.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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A Swan is much more than just a song.


A beautiful bird

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Good call!
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THe flare danger hit MSM btw:
[link to www.dw-world.de]

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