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Jun 01 09:47

Democrat operative David Brock’s chat shows NSA surveillance used to identify and disable online Trump supporters

David Brock is a Clinton loyalist, apparatchik for the Democrat Party as founder of Media Matters, and the former boyfriend of Comet Ping Pong owner James Alefantis who, though a “mere” pizza restaurateur, was named by GQ magazine as 49th among the 50 most powerful people in Washington, D.C.

Jun 01 09:36

US Deep State Trying to Overthrow Filipino Government

Last year Philippine president, Rodrigo Duterte, ordered US troops to leave his country, cutting 65 years of military ties. This dispute has been bubbling up for awhile, and Duterte has finally had enough of US Imperialists treating him like a "doormat".

Jun 01 09:33

Putin: Russia will not sit idle while US deploys global anti-missile system

Russia sees the latest development of US anti-missile system in South Korea as a challenge and will not leave it without a response, Russian President Vladimir Putin said, explaining Russia’s own military build-up in the region.

Jun 01 09:29

With Donald Trump’s Withdrawal from the Paris Climate Accord, It’s Worth Looking at Rational Climate Change Skeptics Actually Believe

Almost every major world newspaper and website has gone into meltdown since President Trump announced that the US would not be moving forward with the Paris Climate Accord.

Jun 01 09:28

GM announces more layoffs in Michigan

Jun 01 09:27

Los Angeles homeless numbers jump 23% in a year

The number of people homeless in the US city of Los Angeles has soared in the past year, a new report shows, despite efforts to combat the problem.
The homeless population in the city grew 20% while the numbers for the wider Los Angeles County were even higher at 23%, the figures revealed.

Jun 01 09:27

Muslim groups raise $500,000 for the victims of the Portland attacks

Islamic groups have raised nearly half-a-million dollars for the families of the men killed in Portland, Oregon while trying to defend Muslim women from a racist attack.
Taliesin Myrddin Namkai-Meche and Ricky John Best were fatally stabbed and another man was seriously injured after they attempted to help two teenage girls who were being racially abused on a train last week.

Jun 01 09:26

MICROSOFT CO-FOUNDER BUILT THE WORLD’S LARGEST PLANE TO LAUNCH ROCKETS INTO SPACE

Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen has spent the last six years working on a giant aircraft capable of launching rockets to space. Today, his company Stratolaunch Systems literally rolled that plane out of its hangar in the Mojave Desert for the first time ever.

Jun 01 09:26

VIDEO: DRAPER'S GENETICALLY MODIFIED CYBORG DRAGONFLEYE TAKES FLIGHT

In January, we wrote about a cybernetic micro air vehicle under development at Draper called DragonflEye. DragonflEye consists of a living, slightly modified dragonfly that carries a small backpack of electronics. The backpack interfaces directly with the dragonfly’s nervous system to control it, and uses tiny solar panels to harvest enough energy to power itself without the need for batteries. Draper showed us a nifty looking mock-up of what the system might look like a few months ago, but today, they’ve posted the first video of DragonflEye taking to the air.

Jun 01 09:09

Trump-Phuc rekindle US-Vietnam warming trend

WTF! Sorry I had to put this one up just to see the Headline!

The Vietnamese government had much to celebrate after Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc met on Wednesday with US President Donald Trump in the White House. Business deals were signed and America appeared to offer Vietnam new strategic support in its defense against a perceived as expansionist China.

“The relationship between Vietnam and the United States has undergone significant upheavals in history, but today we have been able to become comprehensive partners,” Phuc said after his meeting with Trump.

Jun 01 08:53

Damning legislation would give corporations the power to forcibly vaccinate you and collect your DNA records

A new bill, H.R. 1313, moving through Congress would allow companies to require employees to undergo genetic testing and enroll in a mandatory vaccine program or risk losing their job. Today, laws including the 2008 Genetic Privacy and Nondiscrimination Act (known as GINA) prohibits giving employers such power over their employees.

If we let Republican Congresswoman Virginia Foxx, who introduced this new legislation, have her way, employees will be stripped of all their privacy rights. Furthermore, H.R. 1313, also called the “Preserving Employee Wellness Programs Act,” will give power to employers to hire or fire people based on the provided health information.

Jun 01 08:43

Password manager OneLogin hit by data breach

Encrypted information has been accessed during a data breach at the password management service, OneLogin.

It affects "all customers served by our US data centre" and perpetrators had "the ability to decrypt encrypted data", according to The Register.

Those affected have been advised to visit a registration-only support page, outlining the steps they need to take.

Security experts said the breach was "embarrassing" and showed every company was open to attack.

OneLogin is a single sign-on service, allowing users to access multiple apps and sites with just one password.

Jun 01 08:38

SETH RICH MURDER CASE JUST TOOK STUNNING TURN - SOMETHING BIG IS HAPPENING...

A lawsuit is being filed against the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Police Department seeking the release of information regarding the July murder of Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich.

Jun 01 08:38

Crapness of WannaCrypt coding offers hope for ransomware victims

Mistakes in the WannaCrypt ransomware worm might allow files to be restored after infection.

A crack team of security researchers at Kaspersky Lab has discovered that WannaCrypt, which infected hundreds of thousands victims at the beginning of May, contains several coding errors.

Most of the whoopsies make it possible to restore files with the help of publicly available software tools. In one case a mistake in the malware's read-only file processing mechanism does not allow it to encrypt read-only files at all. Instead, the malware creates encrypted copies of the files, while the original files remain untouched and are only given a "hidden" attribute, which is easy to undo.

Jun 01 08:36

US Defense Contractor left Sensitive Files on Amazon Server Without Password

Sensitive files linked to the United States intelligence agency were reportedly left on a public Amazon server by one of the nation's top intelligence contractor without a password, according to a new report.

UpGuard cyber risk analyst Chris Vickery discovered a cache of 60,000 documents from a US military project for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) left unsecured on Amazon cloud storage server for anyone to access.

The documents included passwords to a US government system containing sensitive information, and the security credentials of a senior employee of Booz Allen Hamilton, one of the country's top defense contractors.

Jun 01 08:35

High-Severity Linux Sudo Flaw Allows Users to Gain Root Privileges

The vulnerability, which affects Sudo 1.8.6p7 through 1.8.20 and marked as high severity, has already been patched in Sudo 1.8.20p1, and users are recommended to update their systems to the latest release.

Red Hat yesterday pushed out patches for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, and Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server. Debian has also released fixes for its Wheezy, Jessie and Sid releases and SUSE Linux has rolled out fixes for a number of its products.

Jun 01 08:31

WHAT'S HILLARY'S EXCUSE GOING TO BE TODAY?

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