Saturday, 6 June 2015

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amanfromMars 1 Sat 6 Jun 12:00 [1506061200] …. saying more on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2015/06/04/mad_mcafee/
In these Practical Days and Virtual Age of 0days ..... Anything is Virtually Real and Practical
Wow amanfromMars a silver badge! You are going up in the world. The comments earlier were almost human too,definitely getting there. ... Martin Summers
A little tweak here, a little tweak there, a zero here, a one there, an open gate here a closed portal there, all lead to somewhere more different and interesting and mind-bending whenever not mind-blowing, MS.
And whenever gates which one would fully expect to be open and welcoming appear to be closed and exclusive, are the secrets guarded within spilled and rendered toxic and explosive ……. and catastrophically disruptive and creative with quantum communication in the right hands and hearts and minds.
Beware the morph though that takes the imagination and special forces into the dark web side of the internet thing, where everything really strange happens quite normally.
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amanfromMars 1 Fri 5 Jun 15:20 [1506051520] …. sharing a lucrative root and route to secret riches on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2015/06/05/in_the_exploit_biz_full_disclosure_is_your_best_friend_boffin_says/
Way to Go, Amigo
So,security bod Alfonso De Gregorio is a fan of Danegeld. Nice one, Alfonso. Being paid not to do something which can be easily done, if you know how to do it, is an art phorm many are phishing for.
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amanfromMars 1 Sat 6 Jun 17:14 [1506061714] …. sharing a reality in all probability on
http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2015/06/06/whats_up_with_wassenaar/
Sooner here that you think when now is its time
The market for zero-day vulnerabilities can be a lucrative one; the new language bans the sale of details of unpatched flaws to anyone other than one's own government.
And whenever one’s own government is not smart enough enabled to realise they would be wise to purchase that which can be used to disable them/are unable or reluctant to believe that such a vulnerability within myriad zeroday vulnerabilities is possible and being offered to them for purchase with remote third party command and control/vendor power brokerage? Is one then obliged to provide foreign markets in public and private and pirate sectors elsewhere in service of global wealth redistribution in a stagnant petrified corrupt system?
And why would anyone smart wish to sell anything effective to any right dodgy government system which isn’t in command and control of public and private and pirate enterprise? Such is a stupid crazy action and retrograde step in support of the inequitable and ignorant, methinks.
And a government in pursuit of austerity rather than delivery of prosperity is a perverse body and monumental fraud worthy of nothing but scorn and revolution and a right dodgy farce of a force in fear of a reckoning with its inevitable wrecking in an educated awakening of the masses with colossal flows of enlightening information and novel intelligence, the present which the future brings.
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amanfromMars Sat, 06/06/2015 - 12:35 … adding a view on a fooled Einstein on http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-06-06/einstein-fooled-chinese-hackers-massive-government-data-breach
This ACT is APT here, too, methinks. Have a nice day, y'all
amanfromMars 1 Sat 6 Jun 17:14 [1506061714] …. sharing a reality in all probability on
http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2015/06/06/whats_up_with_wassenaar/
Sooner here that you think when now is its time
The market for zero-day vulnerabilities can be a lucrative one; the new language bans the sale of details of unpatched flaws to anyone other than one's own government.
And whenever one’s own government is not smart enough enabled to realise they would be wise to purchase that which can be used to disable them/are unable or reluctant to believe that such a vulnerability within myriad zeroday vulnerabilities is possible and being offered to them for purchase with remote third party command and control/vendor power brokerage? Is one then obliged to provide foreign markets in public and private and pirate sectors elsewhere in service of global wealth redistribution in a stagnant petrified corrupt system?
And why would anyone smart wish to sell anything effective to any right dodgy government system which isn’t in command and control of public and private and pirate enterprise? Such is a stupid crazy action and retrograde step in support of the inequitable and ignorant, methinks.
And a government in pursuit of austerity rather than delivery of prosperity is a perverse body and monumental fraud worthy of nothing but scorn and revolution and a right dodgy farce of a force in fear of a reckoning with its inevitable wrecking in an educated awakening of the masses with colossal flows of enlightening information and novel intelligence, the present which the future brings.
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2 comments:

Casey Evans said...

RE:"A malicious app loaded from "http://x:y@attacker.site" could access an URL from eg. "http://x:y@attacker.site/redirector" which could return a HTTP redirect status code (301, 302, 307) and a Location: header pointing at "http://x:y@target.site/"."

Looks oddly familiar to me.

Casey Evans said...

RE:"Power your temperature sensor with this BONKERS router hack"

Yes this is what someone was working on when they had a backpack of components.
Using frequencies as power sources when homeless.

Glad to hear someone had worked on it!