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Cyberspace: the world’s next battlefield?

 
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Cyberspace: the world’s next battlefield?
U.S. authorities believe that Iranian-based hackers were responsible for cyberattacks that devastated Persian Gulf oil and gas companies, a former U.S. government official said. Just hours later, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said the cyberthreat from Iran has grown, and he declared that the Pentagon is prepared to take action if America is threatened by a computer-based assault.

The former official, who is familiar with the investigation, said U.S. authorities believe the cyberattacks were likely supported by the Tehran government and came in retaliation for the latest round of American sanctions against Iran.
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False Flag ... you know the US is doing it!
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Is and will be forever.
The thing that hath been,
is That which shall be;
and that which is done is that which shall be done:and there is no new thing under the Sun.
Ecclesiastes 9:1
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Bnking sites reporting problems..

and more... the attack is beginning..sheet..

meanwhile your guests on cbs DDDAAAAAVE LETTERMAN..

WAKE THE F UP..SHEET GETTING REAL
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[link to video.ca.msn.com]
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The Shill that told you the truth ... your full of shit ... with unknown pin ...
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it's the cheapest false flag they can manufacture, not a single bullet or casualty is needed, just point some random fingers and you have a cause to go to war with anybody.

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The Shill that told you the truth ... your full of shit ... with unknown pin ...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 7768667


In recent years Tehran has allegedly been attacked by Flame, Stuxnet and Gauss, three viruses that gathered information on sensitive Iranian equipment and slowed down its nuclear centrifuges. They were tacitly confirmed to have been launched by the US and Israel, as a way of slowing down the country’s atomic program, which the West says is aimed at eventually producing nuclear weapons.

Since the attacks, the Islamic Republic has vowed “to fight enemies with abundant power in cyberspace” according to one of its top officials.


these attacks are ongoing since 9-22-12
link..

[link to rt.com]
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BATTLSES!!!!!!!!!!!! minds mes aof shadowsurns on sega, hack shit bitchse! but leavs glps aloneas
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return this flower to the dirt,
So it could live. I walked away now.
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Bnking sites reporting problems..

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Eat shit and die.
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Respectfully, where is the current battlefield?
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 Quoting: Gonviral


can someone push this on youtube?
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U.S. authorities believe that Iranian-based hackers were responsible for cyberattacks that devastated Persian Gulf oil and gas companies, a former U.S. government official said. Just hours later, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said the cyberthreat from Iran has grown, and he declared that the Pentagon is prepared to take action if America is threatened by a computer-based assault.

The former official, who is familiar with the investigation, said U.S. authorities believe the cyberattacks were likely supported by the Tehran government and came in retaliation for the latest round of American sanctions against Iran.
 Quoting: Gonviral


so it will look exactly like that

[link to www.youtube.com]
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At least cyberspace battles can be resolved and fixed.

Not so with dead bodies.
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Dear terrorists...

Please wipe out perezhilton's website along with the TMZ website, facebook and all child porn sites.

However, DO NOT even think about touching legit free porn sites. That is all you need to leave (OK and GLP if you can).

Thank you and proceed...
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What a load of bsflag
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Hail mohammed you motherfucking catholic wiggers
Go to hell
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False Flag ... you know the US is doing it!
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bump
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U.S. authorities believe that Iranian-based hackers were responsible for cyberattacks that devastated Persian Gulf oil and gas companies, a former U.S. government official said. Just hours later, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said the cyberthreat from Iran has grown, and he declared that the Pentagon is prepared to take action if America is threatened by a computer-based assault.

The former official, who is familiar with the investigation, said U.S. authorities believe the cyberattacks were likely supported by the Tehran government and came in retaliation for the latest round of American sanctions against Iran.
 Quoting: Gonviral


What about all the cyber attacks including stuxnix (or whatever you call it) done by the Satanic Jews in Israel?!? Fuck those bastards. If Israel attacks Iran, hopefully MILLIONS of the bastard Jews will die when they retaliate!
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Got news for all those who use cybercrime:

I am in the final negotiations with a venture capitalist to create a startup which will remove any and all means to hack anyones computer.

The problem which hackers exploit is not encryption. TPM takes care of that. My creation does for authentication what TPM does for encryption. Remember that when countermeasures are in place to use serious encryption, to date no 'transmitted' data has been decrypted. It is all on the 'authentication' side. That is where hackers get into networks then infect computers.

My product will eliminate that threat.

My plans are to get this startup going and introduce it at the annual DEFCON conference. With that test proven, a worldwide challenge to crack our network will be made.

Sounds ballsy to many but give me one to two years and we will have the product in play on the market.

Oh - and one really nice feature is those who are not authorized will be redirected to a bogus network full of disinformation so hackers will think they are getting data when in reality they will be getting spoon-fed false info.

To give a clue what this product will be called - just remember .. you are going to 'LOVE' it.

I will leave it at that.

Keep hacking away mofo's - your days are numbered.

And to think you heard it here first on GLP :p
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Amazing how a bit of truth kills off a thread lol
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Got news for all those who use cybercrime:

I am in the final negotiations with a venture capitalist to create a startup which will remove any and all means to hack anyones computer.

The problem which hackers exploit is not encryption. TPM takes care of that. My creation does for authentication what TPM does for encryption. Remember that when countermeasures are in place to use serious encryption, to date no 'transmitted' data has been decrypted. It is all on the 'authentication' side. That is where hackers get into networks then infect computers.

My product will eliminate that threat.

My plans are to get this startup going and introduce it at the annual DEFCON conference. With that test proven, a worldwide challenge to crack our network will be made.

Sounds ballsy to many but give me one to two years and we will have the product in play on the market.

Oh - and one really nice feature is those who are not authorized will be redirected to a bogus network full of disinformation so hackers will think they are getting data when in reality they will be getting spoon-fed false info.

To give a clue what this product will be called - just remember .. you are going to 'LOVE' it.

I will leave it at that.

Keep hacking away mofo's - your days are numbered.

And to think you heard it here first on GLP :p
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24238594


Thank you for posting that here AC594,if it is true : )

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The thing that hath been,
is That which shall be;
and that which is done is that which shall be done:and there is no new thing under the Sun.
Ecclesiastes 9:1
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bump ....C.C Idol1
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Got news for all those who use cybercrime:

I am in the final negotiations with a venture capitalist to create a startup which will remove any and all means to hack anyones computer.

The problem which hackers exploit is not encryption. TPM takes care of that. My creation does for authentication what TPM does for encryption. Remember that when countermeasures are in place to use serious encryption, to date no 'transmitted' data has been decrypted. It is all on the 'authentication' side. That is where hackers get into networks then infect computers.

My product will eliminate that threat.

My plans are to get this startup going and introduce it at the annual DEFCON conference. With that test proven, a worldwide challenge to crack our network will be made.

Sounds ballsy to many but give me one to two years and we will have the product in play on the market.

Oh - and one really nice feature is those who are not authorized will be redirected to a bogus network full of disinformation so hackers will think they are getting data when in reality they will be getting spoon-fed false info.

To give a clue what this product will be called - just remember .. you are going to 'LOVE' it.

I will leave it at that.

Keep hacking away mofo's - your days are numbered.

And to think you heard it here first on GLP :p
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24238594


Thank you for posting that here AC594,if it is true : )

.
 Quoting: Spittin'Cesium


I give it two years. If all goes as I plan, best case will be 2015 and worst case will be 2016 Superbowl ad.

Not going to name it, however just remember you are going to 'LOVE' it.

Chomping at the bit to change the landscape of the internet as I am so sick and tired of these criminals costing us so damn much both in money and personal privacy.

In short, they dun pissed off the wrong person for the last time.
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***UPDATE***

After talking with three investors, this tech I have to prevent hackers has been validated as possible, though because it is too advanced for most to create, no investor wants to pluck down the approximately 3-5 million it would take to make it happen.

So...

Since this tech will easily prevent any kind of NSA snooping, as they are a form of hacker too, I am going to the Chinese and Russian consulates as soon as I get up the funds. Maybe they will be interested.

Designed to be only a shield, not a sword, the intent has always been to prevent unauthorized access and eliminate any unwanted guests browsing your information, nothing more nothing less.

Packet sniffing/decryption pros don't even comment - this tech does not care about that. This tech is for 100% authentication and prevention of any virus/malware/hacker gaining access to your computer or phone.


So we will see. Can only imagine the fallout when those not interested in this tech can not hack their targets.

Be back when I have made first contact with other possible interested parties outside the US of A.



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Apparently only the US is allowed to snoop, lets hope their own citizens don get to see the 'solution to the problem'.
[link to www.presstv.com]
"The United States has accused China of “theft” in cyber space, saying a cyber attack on the U.S. could lead to a real-world military response"

By 'theft' do they mean from the Gov after the same Gov stole it from some Citizen or not?

Last Edited by MHz on 06/28/2013 10:19 PM
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Apparently only the US is allowed to snoop, lets hope their own citizens don get to see the 'solution to the problem'.
[link to www.presstv.com]
"The United States has accused China of “theft” in cyber space, saying a cyber attack on the U.S. could lead to a real-world military response"

By 'theft' do they mean from the Gov after the same Gov stole it from some Citizen or not?
 Quoting: MHz


First, to clarify.. previously I was AC594 and now AC721 due to better deal with another ISP.

Second, the USA applies a double-standard to everything, which in my opinion will be the root of its downfall, as when one allows one to get away with something but not another, the result is predetermined and no fairness exists. This applies to everyone, not just the government. And our government follows the public lead, so that makes it our own fault. Think about that...

No fairness means no freedom, or hope. This is why a house divided can not stand.

As far as I am concerned, this tech will only act as a shield for defense, not any kind of sword to attack at all. In good conscious after trying in the USA, if nobody here wants it then perhaps someone else does. We shall see.
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What about Conficker, as discussed in "WORM - the First Digital World War", by Mark Bowden?
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What about Conficker, as discussed in "WORM - the First Digital World War", by Mark Bowden?
 Quoting: Anonentity 41630314


Conficker would not stand a chance. The tech isolates any operating system from infection so any virus/malware/worm would be identified and cleaned. With a bit of proper programming (most likely for infrastructure installations) even Stuxnet would not stand a chance.
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And our government follows the public lead, so that makes it our own fault. Think about that...

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That clears up a lot of mystery about the creation of the Fed in 1913 and the depression that followed about 15 years later. The American citizens insisted that both events happen because they were having too good of a time. On reflection I don't buy into that at all. Citizen had the upper hand (in a small way) when they had Government watchdog groups and consumer reports, when those two bit the dust that was game, set, and match for the banksters, your real masters.
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And our government follows the public lead, so that makes it our own fault. Think about that...

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That clears up a lot of mystery about the creation of the Fed in 1913 and the depression that followed about 15 years later. The American citizens insisted that both events happen because they were having too good of a time. On reflection I don't buy into that at all. Citizen had the upper hand (in a small way) when they had Government watchdog groups and consumer reports, when those two bit the dust that was game, set, and match for the banksters, your real masters.
 Quoting: MHz


Though so very true, your point that is, that was 100 years ago.

I am talking about recent history. The progressives got the Fed created, and if memory serves it was Andrew Jackson (??) that opposed a United Bank of America. That fight took place during the early-mid 1800's though.

Regardless, while I agree with your point about 'way back when', that has no correlation to the last 50 years with the people pushing the civil rights etc which has destroyed the family unit which in turn has degraded society which has led to where we are today - with the Govt following the peoples lead.

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