* Posts by MrReal

25 posts • joined 1 Jun 2017

Any social media accounts to declare? US wants travelers to tell

MrReal

Re: Why are they even asking?

They've only got 17+ security agencies paid billions to hoover up all our data, so obviously we need to donate our information to immigration on arrival to help them make our lives difficult for 'impure thoughts'.

Hopefully the TSA will like reading it too, they've cost a lot of money, caused a lot of problems and caught exactly 0 terrorists.

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"Reason: to reduce the risk of terrorism by keeping out the wackos."

All of the 'wackos' are part of carefully planned false flag events.

No tinfoil hat is required to see the gaping holes in all the attacks in the US, only people ignorance of Operation Gladio (a NATO terrorist program in europe) would think terror comes from the population.

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It's OK for the US Government to arm known terrorists in Syria.

To have waged a War Of Agression against Iraq and Libya with no evidence.

To threaten NK for having the temerity to want to defend themselves.

The sanction Iran because their pharisee friends in Israel demand it.

But messages on social media pointing this out might result in us being refused entry to the land they stole from the native American Indians?

Well, that's one way to kill tourism and business I guess. Bye bye America, I liked you better before you became a military police state with places like Guantanamo Bay, outside of even US law.

If 20 years ago someone had told me I'd feel safer today visiting Russia than America I'd have laughed in their face, but that day arrived some time ago.

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SpaceX has a good day: Successful launch and FCC satellite approval

MrReal

Funny, the US is still struggling to catch up to what we were told they could do in 1969.

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Let's go to Mars, dude: Euro space parachute passes maiden test

MrReal

Re: If I could..

What Elon Musk never mentions about either the moon or mars is the constant hard radiation.

It makes the very ground and dust radioactive, aluminium moderates it to become X-rays and neutron showers and you can't escape because even away from the sun you have galactic and cosmic ray particles.

All caused by the lack of a proper magnetic field, which also allows the atmosphere to be blown away into space by the solar wind, only the odd weak magnetic loop allows some to linger for a while.

The 'answer' is to live in deep caves, rather easier to do on earth, so mars is impossible and totally pointless to visit. The R&D makes an excellent cover for developing rocket powered missiles for war though.

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MrReal

Re: not a fluid dynamics expert either but...

More useful than the data from 1969?

What was it, 11 mission splashdowns within 1 mile of the target, including the random button pushing AS13?

Funny how Project Orion, now in it's 18th year hasn't got a clue about either heat shields or parachutes either. Still, at least they admit how dangerous Van Allen belts are - they even switched off their CM cabin camera to 'protect it' for that bit of their one and only (manless) mission.

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Are we still supposed to believe in Apollo?

1969 and there were men jumping about playing golf on the moon, nearly 50 years later and we've managed to parachute something down?

How come nether the US or EU know how to get a man into space today?

The US are still struggling to build a rocket, yet we're supposed to buy the Apollo fairy story of a Dan Dare expedition?

Each tiny step the US/EU makes toward orbit (let alone space) reminds us how much of Apollo was total fiction and fuzzy TV studio output.

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We're Putin our foot down! DHS, FBI blame Russia for ongoing infrastructure hacks

MrReal

Despite knowing the US has malware than can pretend to be written by any country it's comforting to know that the ziobots in the US are still attacking Russia.

Just on the off chance that all their dreams come true at once and a nice big world war will allow them to get out of debt.

Great. Good also to see May representing us by making our names stink in Russia - a country we may have wanted to visit previously - cancelling the football World Cup for us and trying to stop the Russian LNG that is keeping us warm this winter.

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US says it's identified six Russian officials as DNC hack suspects

MrReal

Re: Crack teams

Crowdstrike put it in.

Incidentally the 'hack' (file copy to USB stick) occurred a few days AFTER Crowdstrike upped the security on the server to detect and protect against intruders.

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Nutters

Those same nutters told us they'd be a mossad op at 9/11 which would start 7 wars in the middle east.

Nutter General Wesley Clark even had a list from Wolofowitz you can see him chatting about on youtube.

Since then we've had Christopher Bollyn and others debunk 9/11 and seen Libya, Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Somalia and Yemen all attacked and the same people itching to get to the bottom of the list where Iran sits.

They also told us the US wasn't in Syria to fight ISIS, they were after Assad.

Now ISIS is gone the US is officially saying they are staying to depose Assad.

Clearly we should only listen to people like Blair who told us about Saddam's WMDs and that Gaddafi always left the toilet seat up and thus had to be destroyed.

Next we'll have NASA telling us there's loads of water on the moon but Buzz missed it because he was concentrating on his golf stroke...

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Seth Rich

We have avid Bernie Sanders supporter Seth Rich, who watched the DNC sabotage his candidate and fatally decides to hand a memory stick of email data to Wikileaks (corroborated by Kim Dotcom and pretty much by Assange too).

Then there's a Podesta email saying they're going to make an example of leakers and shortly after Seth gets whacked (not a robbery as nothing was stolen).

So we have clear Means, Motive and Opportunity for Seth Rich, together with his death - a hallmark of people around the Clintons - the body count is around 115 so far IIRC.

On the other side we have Mueller and his FBI (who has never inspected the DNC server - they only let their private contractor 'Crowdstrike' near that, and it's Crowdstrike who told everyone it was the Russians).

So the FBI has zero evidence it was a Russian hacker. The NSA has no evidence. Neither does the CIA. Or the State department. Or the DOD.

So yes, obviously we need to finger 6 Russians for it, it all makes perfect sense. CNN told us it was the Russians, so it MUST be true.

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Micron, Intel consciously uncouple 3D NAND development

MrReal

Is this memory at all buyable for laptops etc yet?

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How are the shares, Bry? Intel chief cops to CPU fix slowdowns

MrReal

Re: Follow the chip designers

The technique is just rather neat and interesting, it's more likely that people implemented it for those reasons and never thought about security implications.

The 17 US security agencies who we PAY to look for these types of vulnerabilities and protect us have failed us due to incompetence or because it suited them: so I'd follow them.

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Microsoft patches Windows to cool off Intel's Meltdown – wait, antivirus? Slow your roll

MrReal

Re: And another way to take out a Win8 and 10 PC...

People are thumbing this down, I agree, it's a terrible bug.

Lets hope they fix it too, bugs that can take down a PC just by looking at files are serious.

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And another way to take out a Win8 and 10 PC...

Hopefully Microsoft will get around to fixing their giant File Explorer bug too one day.

1. Get FLAC file and mess with a meta-data length field with a binary file editor.

2. Put it on a Windows machine.

3. View it in File Explorer. Note how each broken FLAC you view adds nearly 400MB to File explorers memory footprint. Copy it in File Explorer to watch it each another 400MB per copy made.

4. As the machine runs out of memory and crashes, make a note to delete them from the command shell as File Explorer can't even look at them.

I have no idea how File Explorer got this far in the world with this type of schoolboy error.

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MrReal

Re: Huge Baby Huge

Huge - just like all Win10 patches then :D

All with a rushed fix done with overtime by sleepy engineers.

What could go wrong?

I suspect all programs that ask for a password now explicitly now black the password string as soon as it's been used to stop it hanging around in memory - so more changes than just the kernel.

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Re: McAfee?

LOL, at least you'll be safe from the US government and it's 17 security agencies, who it must be said SHOULD HAVE SPOTTED THIS BUG.

So we have to conclude that either

1. They did spot it but kept quiet and abused it to spy on people

or

2. They are incompetent and useless.

Neither of which is very confidence inspiring and none have anything to do with Russia...

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Meltdown, Spectre: The password theft bugs at the heart of Intel CPUs

MrReal

I've still to read any mechanism whereby browsing a website can read kernel memory - any ideas?

It's not going to be HTML, CSS or JS is it?

So how can a website harvest your kernel memory exactly?

Answers rather than downvotes please, it's a genuine question.

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We translated Intel's crap attempt to spin its way out of CPU security bug PR nightmare

MrReal

Re: AMD not vulnerable

It is actually possible to get Javascript to do that?

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MrReal

While the americans search around for some way to blame the Russians or Iran from this I was thinking that there may be an upside:

As each app is carrying around a copy of the kernel this will use a lot more memory, so splitting them off should result in a single copy of the kernel which should in theory reduce memory usage and help the cache - which should in itself speed up the OS, or at least compensate for the slowdown.

Any thought?

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Kernel-memory-leaking Intel processor design flaw forces Linux, Windows redesign

MrReal

And people worried about their iPhones slowing down..

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Facebook bends to pressure, opens German center to löschen abuse, gets yelled at by spies

MrReal

Re: disgusting to me

Facebook only tracks you if you ask them to.

Edit your hosts file and add

127.0.0.1 staticxx.facebook.com

127.0.0.1 5-edge-chat.facebook.com

127.0.0.1 s-static.ak.facebook.com

127.0.0.1 www.facebook.com

127.0.0.1 connect.facebook.net

and they'll not be asked by your computer again.

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MrReal

Hate speech is determined in the following way:

a) Does if clash with the official narrative? If yes, delete.

Simples, 1984 has now been computerised.

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Google's macho memo man fired, say reports

MrReal

Diversity of thought is banned.

Diversity is a word that only applies to certain things, if you think differently that your tolerant, liberal co-workers will remove your living wage in a heartbeat.

Point out that Sandy Hook events didn't add up, that the Orlando Pulse was too small, there were no ambulances and victims were being carried toward the nightclub can get you banned.

Suggest that the easiest way to get Apollo to the moon (in light of the 17 year failure of the Orion project to get a man into orbit) was to fake it and you're a kook, and point out that the documented 2.25 seconds of free-fall in the timed and choreographed destruction of WTC7 can only be due to 40,000 tons of structural steel ceasing to be any impediment at the same instant gets you into the conspiracy box.

The fact that a highly educated coder can actually get fired for a simple thought crime - and lets not forget it was just a mild opinion that anyone may have - that the First Amendment gives him protection to speaks volumes about Google, and not in a good way. Since Eric came onto the scene it's been run more like the CIA than a helpful nerdy company.

So remember: Diversity in everything - the more perverted the better - but not in thought: because today, 33 years after 1984; diverse thoughts are a crime.

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Spacecraft spots possible signs of frozen water on the Moon

MrReal

Re: Frozen water?

Mess? Nah, the studio guys cleared that all away years ago ;)

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