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Net Neutrality Has a Comeback; Companies Track Locations Legally – ThreatWire | IMAGICLAY.COM

Net Neutrality Has a Comeback; Companies Track Locations Legally - ThreatWire

Net neutrality is on it’s way to being restored, companies share your cellphone location data legally, and attackers could get full root access on Red Hat Linux OS’s. All that coming up now on ThreatWire.

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Net Neutrality
https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/kzk8zm/senators-pass-net-neutrality-resolution
https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2018/05/senate-votes-to-overturn-ajit-pais-net-neutrality-repeal/
https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/8xenqv/senators-who-voted-for-net-neutrality
https://www.markey.senate.gov/news/press-releases/senator-markey-leads-resolution-to-restore-fccs-net-neutrality-rules
https://www.markey.senate.gov/imo/media/doc/CRA%20Net%20Neutrality%20.pdf
https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2018/05/isps-and-ajit-pai-are-really-sad-about-senates-vote-for-net-neutrality/
https://doyle.house.gov/press-release/fight-save-net-neutrality-moves-house-representatives

Securus and LocationSmart

https://www.cnet.com/news/sen-ron-wyden-wants-to-know-why-police-can-track-any-phone-in-seconds/
https://www.cnet.com/news/securus-reportedly-hacked/
https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/gykgv9/securus-phone-tracking-company-hacked
https://www.zdnet.com/article/cell-phone-tracking-firm-exposed-millions-of-americans-real-time-locations/
https://krebsonsecurity.com/2018/05/tracking-firm-locationsmart-leaked-location-data-for-customers-of-all-major-u-s-mobile-carriers-in-real-time-via-its-web-site/

LocationSmart API Vulnerability

https://www.cnet.com/news/fcc-investigating-locationsmart-over-phone-tracking-flaw/

Full root in linux:
https://www.us-cert.gov/ncas/current-activity/2018/05/16/Red-Hat-Addresses-DHCP-Client-Vulnerability
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1567974

Critical Linux Flaw Opens the Door to Full Root Access

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PBJ-1 Mitchell Bomber In-Flight Landing Gear View • Airshow | WARFAREWEB.COM

Point-of-view (POV) video from the underside of a restored WWII era PBJ-1 Mitchell Bomber during the Beale Air & Space Expo on April 28, 2018. Film Credits: SSgt Ramon Adelan, 2nd LT Frederick Wallace – 9th RW Public Affairs

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Restored WWII Era F6F Hellcat • POV Video From Tail | WARFAREWEB.COM

Point-of-view (POV) video from a camera mounted on the tail-section of a restored WWII era Grumman F6F Hellcat prop-plane as it flies during the Beale Air & Space Expo on April 28, 2018. More info about the Hellcat: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grumman_F6F_Hellcat Film Credits: SSgt Ramon Adelan

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Most-watched YouTube video ‘Despacito’ hacked, restored

… from the hackers. The video was later restored. “A hacker using the … reported. The hackers changed the video’s title to “hacked by Kuroi … Palestine”. “Vevo’s @YouTube account hacked; attacker just changed the title and … The Hacker News. The hacker Kuroi’SH is believed to have hacked Google … VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Most-watched YouTube video ‘Despacito’ hacked, restored

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Restored WWII B-17s • Memphis Belle & Shoo Shoo Shoo Baby

Restored WWII B-17F Memphis Belle (tail #124485) and B-17G Shoo Shoo Shoo Baby (tail #232076) are moved into positions at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force in Dayton, OH on March 14, 2018. The Memphis Bell will go on permanent display at the National Museum of the USAF in May 2018, while the Shoo Shoo Shoo Baby will be put into storage awaiting transport to the National Air and Space…

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IT disaster recovery lessons learned from Hurricane Maria

Teams who restored network connectivity after Hurricane Maria share disaster recovery lessons learned from the rebuilding efforts in Puerto Rico. … VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE IT disaster recovery lessons learned from Hurricane Maria http://newsroom.cisco.com/images/mobile_newsAtCisco.png

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Adaptive. Reliable. Secure. Even during a crisis.

Working together in Puerto Rico, Cisco and NetHope restored networks that enabled emergency response teams and relief agencies to communicate and coordinate efforts in real time to start rebuilding communities. VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Adaptive. Reliable. Secure. Even during a crisis.

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IHC declares transfer of FIR against former CIA station chief in 2009 drone case ‘illegal’ | WARFAREWEB.COM

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ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Monday restored the FIR (First Information Report) against former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) station chief Jonathan Banks and legal adviser John A Rizzo, while declaring the transfer of the said FIR to the FATA Secretariat “illegal”.

Justice Shaukat Aziz Siddiqui of the IHC presided over the hearing regarding the registering and subsequent handling of an FIR against the American nationals, who allegedly masterminded drone attacks in North Waziristan, one of which resulted in the death of petitioner Abdul Karim Khan’s son and brother in December 2009.

In June 2015, the IHC had directed the Islamabad inspector general of police (IGP) to submit a compliance report after registering the FIR. While the FIR was registered, the Secretariat police had transferred the case to the FATA Secretariat, with Advocate General Mian Abdul Rauf claiming in 2016 that the IHC lacks jurisdiction in the matter.

The transfer of the case to FATA irked the petitioner as well as Justice Siddiqui, with the latter in Monday’s hearing not only declaring the move as illegal, but also ordering the Islamabad Police to investigate Banks.

“When did the court order to register the case and then [ordered to] dismiss it?” Justice Siddiqui asked station house officer (SHO) Nawaz Bhatti, who submitted an apology in his reply.

“To run away from your responsibility is unacceptable,” the judge remarked. “It is contempt of court that you sent the case away elsewhere despite court orders.”

“We can show our annoyance towards our own agencies but can’t dare question the CIA and Blackwater,” he added.

The Mirwaiz deputy inspector general, defending the transfer, reminded the court: “The crime scene of the Miranshah drone attack is controversial.” To this, Justice Siddiqui responded: “Are air strikes inside Pakistan not a violation of our airspace?”

The judge added: “The CIA station chief masterminded the drone attack conspiracy while sitting in Pakistan. That is why this FIR falls under our jurisdiction.”

Directing the police to include Banks in its investigation, Justice Siddiqui added: “If Aimal Kasi can be taken away from here, then why can’t the former CIA station chief be brought back here.”

Kasi, convicted of killing two CIA employees in 1993, was executed in the United States in 2012. A team of American and Pakistani officials had raided a Dera Ghazi Khan hotel to ‘arrest’ him in 1997.


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IHC declares transfer of FIR against ex-CIA station chief in 2009 drone case ‘illegal’ | WARFAREWEB.COM

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The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Monday restored the First Information Report (FIR) against former CIA station chief Jonathan Banks and legal adviser John A. Rizzo, while declaring the transfer of the said FIR to the Fata Secretariat “illegal”.

Justice Shaukat Aziz Siddiqui of the IHC presided over the hearing regarding the registering and subsequent handling of an FIR against the American nationals, who allegedly masterminded drone attacks in North Waziristan — one of which resulted in the death of petitioner Abdul Karim Khan’s son and brother in December 2009.

In June 2015, the IHC had directed the inspector general of police (IGP) Islamabad to submit a compliance report after registering the FIR. While the FIR was registered, the Secretariat police had transferred the case to the Fata Secretariat, with Advocate General Mian Abdul Rauf claiming in 2016 that the IHC lacks jurisdiction in the matter.

The transfer of the case to Fata irked the petitioner as well as Justice Siddiqui, with the latter in Monday’s hearing not only declaring the move as illegal, but also ordering the Islamabad Police to investigate Banks.

“When did the court order to register the case and then [ordered to] dismiss it?” Justice Siddiqui asked station house officer (SHO) Nawaz Bhatti, who submitted an apology as his reply.

“To run away from your responsibility is unacceptable,” the judge remarked. “It is contempt of court that you sent the case away elsewhere despite court orders.”

“We can show our annoyance towards our own agencies but can’t dare question the CIA and Blackwater,” he added.

Deputy Inspector General Mirwaiz, defending the transfer, reminded the court: “The crime scene of the Miranshah drone attack is controversial.” To this, Justice Siddiqui responded: “Are air strikes inside Pakistan not a violation of our airspace?”

The judge added: “The CIA station chief masterminded the drone attack conspiracy while sitting in Pakistan. That is why this FIR falls under our jurisdiction.”

Directing the police to include Banks in its investigation, Justice Siddiqui added: “If Aimal Kasi can be taken away from here, then why can’t the former CIA station chief be brought back here.”

Kasi, convicted of killing two CIA employees in 1993, was executed in the United States in 2012. A team of American and Pakistani officials had raided a Dera Ghazi Khan hotel to ‘arrest’ him in 1997.

The court’s proceedings on the matter have been concluded.


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B-29 Superfortress “Doc” restored and flight ready | WARFAREWEB.COM

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Story of “Doc” the restored B-29 that flew for the first time in 60+ years. Story told from Doc’s point of view.