Monthly Archives: September 2016

WiFi can Spy on U

A pair of MIT researchers wrote in 2013 they could use a router to detect the number of humans in a room and identify some basic arm gestures, even through a wall. They could tell how many people were in … Continue reading

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WiFi can Spy on U

As people move through a space with a Wi-Fi signal, their bodies affect it, absorbing some waves and reflecting others in various directions. By analyzing the exact way a Wi-Fi signal is altered when a human moves through it, researchers can “see” what someone writes with their finger in the air, identify a particular person by the way they walk, and even read a person’s lips with startling accuracy, in some cases even if a router isn’t in the same room as the person performing the actions.
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Artificial Intelligence For Air Force: Cyber & Electronic Warfare

“So we are moving more and more as a department to the ability to see across all of our terrain at the same time,” McLaughlin told me. Critical steps include overhauls like the Joint Information En… Source: Artificial Intelligence For … Continue reading

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Artificial Intelligence For Air Force: Cyber & Electronic Warfare

“So we are moving more and more as a department to the ability to see across all of our terrain at the same time,” McLaughlin told me. Critical steps include overhauls like the Joint Information Environment (JIE) and new cybersecurity standards for weapons systems. “As you connect (systems) into the DoD environment, we’re gonna make sure that you can see across all of those things.” Continue reading

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0xOmar (@0XOMAR1337) an expert very active in the hacking community online with a great experience

  SecurityAffairs Why do you use the nickname of TeaMp0isoN? I know them and you are not a member of the original crew. Trick was very good friend of mine invited me to join TeaMp0isoN in 2012… Source: 0xOmar (@0XOMAR1337) … Continue reading

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0xOmar (@0XOMAR1337) an expert very active in the hacking community online with a great experience

  SecurityAffairs Why do you use the nickname of TeaMp0isoN? I know them and you are not a member of the original crew. Trick was very good friend of mine invited me to join TeaMp0isoN in 2012 after my interview … Continue reading

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WHEN INSPIRATION BECOMES “TERRORISM”

“INSPIRATION”
The magazine aimed at young British and American readers and provided translated messages from Osama bin Laden. The first issue appeared in July 2010.[4][5] Various articles in the second issue encouraged terror attacks on U.S. soil, suggesting that followers open fire at a Washington, D.C., restaurant or use a pickup truck to “mow down” pedestrians. Continue reading

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THE RISE OF KGB 2.0 “STALIN WAY”

The Kommersant report suggested the changes could make the management of security and law enforcement agencies more “effective” and help stamp out corruption inside the agencies. Source: THE RISE OF KGB 2.0 “STALIN WAY”

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THE RISE OF KGB 2.0 “STALIN WAY”

“I think this is one of the projects that appear to be on the president’s table, because in principle the idea of some kind of enlargement of the power agencies has been coming up recently,” said Andrei Soldatov, the editor and founder of the investigative website Agentura.ru. Continue reading

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The media becomes the story as hackers focus efforts on news organizations

“Everyone in Washington – from think tanks, news organizations to nonprofit groups – need to take a good look at their networks to determine, first, if they have been breached and, two, what parts of their network are still vulnerable. … Continue reading

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