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Showing posts with label hackers. Show all posts
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Sunday, April 16, 2017

Cyber hacker group going after Bitcoin wallets to break their encryption and steal currencies

Over the past right years there have been a number of cyber hackers who have either sought to provide whistleblowers a way to disseminate information, or even worse, to hack into any number of monetary and banking systems in order to steal large sums of money.

In the sovereign world the biggest case of cyber-theft came when hackers broke into the SWIFT system and stole nearly $100 million from the Indonesian government.

But a new cyber group is going after a different type of game, and the now stated goal of the aptly named, Large Bitcoin Collider, is to blitz the encryption of digital Bitcoin wallets to break their 'impenetrable security' in order to steal any digital currency kept in those wallets.

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A group called the "Large Bitcoin Collider" claims it can smash open bitcoin wallets by using a so-called brute force attack, which directs mass amounts of computer power at individual wallets in order to guess their private keys. 
The project, which has been underway for months, relies on a distributed network of computers (similar to bitcoin itself), and invites anyone to participate—those who do could potentially share in the proceeds of the wallets cracked open. 
A "trophy list" on the home page of Collider (an apparent reference to the Hadron Collider) suggests the group has successfully opened over a dozen wallets, though only three had any bitcoin in them. It's unclear if the group is motivated by financial gain or the cryptographic challenge of smashing wallets—the answer is probably both based on the site's webpage and outside observers. - Fortune
On the surface this hacker group appears to be less interested in money, and more interested in causing havok for individuals who believe their Bitcoin is secure in an online wallet.  And since anything online can eventually be hacked by someone with enough time, tools, and skill, the answer to this is to take your Bitcoin wallet offline, and keep your currency stored in a more secure 'Paper wallet'.

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

As cyber-thieves used SWIFT to steal $80 million from the Fed, how safe are your accounts from hackers?

The American people have been subconsciously programmed to trust both their government, and their banking systems as institutions dedicated to protecting their money and livelihoods.  However, just as we are seeing today in the race for the Presidency, and in a cyber-hack of the Federal Reserve by foreigners, security only exists to protect the establishment, and actions are only taken when their power is threatened.
In 2010 Congress passed legislation to put the onus of bailing out banks on the depositors, and away from the responsibility that was supposed to be assigned to Federal regulators.  And while further laws were later enacted to go after common Americans who might have moved their money offshore in past years (FATCA), little has been done to protect vital areas such as the grid, or the U.S. banking system itself from hackers and cyber-attacks.
Which leads one to wonder why the recent theft of over $80 million by cyber-thieves out of Bangladesh against the Federal Reserve itself, and through loopholes in the SWIFT system, have received little fanfare or seriousness by Washington.  And the only answer that can be determined is that those sovereign and NGO entities who use SWIFT for money laundering must protect their mechanisms at all costs, even at the potential loss of tens of millions of dollars.
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Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Syrian hackers post message on Marine website one day after news of a military mutiny against Obama over Syria

It has not been a very good Labor Day weekend for President Obama over the growing fiasco in his Syrian foreign policy.  On Sept. 2, a Syrian cyber group hacked into the primary Marine website Marines.com, posting a propaganda piece which informed military personnel that siding with the rebels is siding with the terror group Al Qaeda, and that the Syrian military itself stands with their American ‘brothers’ in fighting on the same side.

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Friday, September 28, 2012

Are bank cyber attacks coming from Iran, or are they false flags?

In recent days, several U.S. banks have had their internet presence brought down due to hackers, and other cyber attacks.  In the past two weeks alone, 20 banks, including PNC Bank on Sept. 27, were brought offline by different hacking groups, one calling itself the Cyber Fighters of Izz ad-din Al Qassam.

But are all of these attacks actually coming from Iran, and Middle Eastern cyber hackers, or are the attacks simply a false flag on the American people to try to justify a war on Iran?  There are two schools of thought on this, coming from several different sources.



The reported news story:

PNC is the latest large U.S. bank targeted for a cyber attack, apparently by a group that says it is lashing out in retaliation for the anti-Muslim video that has led to protests and violence this month.

Today's incident follows similar attacks this week on Wells Fargo, U.S. Bank and KeyCorp.  Last week, Chase, Bank of America and Citi were targeted. All are among the 20 largest U.S. banks. The group that claims responsibility said PNC would be next. The attacks generally last a day or two. - Cleveland.com

And the False Flag opinion:
Senator and self-proclaimed Zionist Joseph Lieberman declared that it was Iran who cyber-attacked Bank of America and JPMorgan Chase in 2011 and began with more frequency this year. Lieberman, as the chairman of the Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee states that the financial attack was spurned from the state-sponsored anti-Muslim film circulating the Middle East thanks to CIA-operatives al-Qaeda.

Lieberman explains: “I don’t believe these were just hackers. I believe this was done by Iran and the Qods force, which has its own developing cyber-attack capacity. And I believe it was in response to the increasingly strong economic sanctions that the United States and our European allies have put on Iranian financial institutions.”

The timing of the newly formed “digital al-Qaeda” and their expressed anger over the US-produced anti-Muslim film are questionable considering how the US and Israeli government are setting the stage for a justified war with Iran. This fake hacker group is threatening other countries controlled by the Zionist regime, such as France, Germany and Britain. According to the false flag group: “The army was recently formed and we have started to work as a team after we used to work individually. The hacking operations are of course a response to the offence against the prophet, peace and blessing be upon him.” - Occupy Corporatism

In both cases, the attacks appear too coincidental and coincide with the escalation of rhetoric by Iran, Israel, and the United States in regards to war in the Middle East, and a growing concern over the accelerating fall of Western economies.  Even after the Federal Resrves move to monetize the bond markets, and print new liquidity into the banking systems, economic indicators are leading to massive unrest in Europe, and growing price inflation in America.

Like in 1939, the U.S. and Europe need a new global war to try to halt the growing unrest and dire economic conditions that central banks and government officials cannot stop.  War is the last bastion of the ignorant in politics, and like the Lusitania, the Maine, Pearl Harbor, and Gulf of Tonkin, the U.S. has a great track record of using false flag events to lie to the American public of the need to engage in a new foreign war.

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Anonymous adds fuel to Greek Fire by threatening to delete all citizen debts

If the modus operandi of the banking elites is to get nations and citizens into debt so they have no choice but to give up their rights and sovereignty, then the best response of course is to wipe out all that debt.

Hacker group Anonymous appears to realize this, and has joined in on the Greek bailout debate by threatening to delete all citizen debts with the stroke of a key.

If there is one war that Greece could not afford to join, that is with the global computer hacking collective known as Anonymous. Yet as of minutes ago, that is precisley what happened, after Anonymous, as part of what it now calls Operation Greece, took down the Greek Ministry of Justice (http://www.ministryofjustice.gr/). While the pretext for the hacking appears to have been an arrest of the wrong people, is seems to have angered Anonymous to the point where they have left an extended message of demands on the Greek website, warning that unless the IMF withdraws from the country and the government resigns, all debts of Greek citizens will be wiped clean. - Zerohedge

When politicians choose bankers over their citizens, the public needs a superhero to save them.  In this case, it is an anti-hero who's modes and methods don't always correspond with the needs of the people, but when they do, it can go a long way to evening the playing field.

Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Anonymous Hacker Group provides explanation for data theft at Stratfor

Over the Christmas holiday, one of two primary hacker groups, in this case Anonymous, broke into the databases of global think tank Stratfor and downloaded over 200GB's worth of emails, credit and personal information, and policy links.

On December 27th, the group issued a communique as to why they targeted the think tank.



Stratfor was not breached in order to obtain customer credit card numbers, which the hackers in question could not have expected to be as easily obtainable as they were. Rather, the operation was pursued in order to obtain the 2.7 million e-mails that exist on the firm's servers. This wealth of data includes correspondence with untold thousands of contacts who have spoken to Stratfor's employees off the record over more than a decade. Many of those contacts work for major corporations within the intelligence and military contracting sectors, government agencies, and other institutions for which Anonymous and associated parties have developed an interest since February of 2011, when another hack against the intelligence contractor/security firm HBGary revealed, among many other things, a widespread conspiracy by the Justice Department, Bank of America, and other parties to attack and discredit Wikileaks and other activist groups. Since that time, many of us in the movement have dedicated our lives to investigating this state-corporate alliance against the free information movement. For this and other reasons, operations have been conducted against Booz Allen Hamilton, Unveillance, NATO, and other relevant institutions. The bulk of what we've uncovered thus far may be reviewed at a wiki maintained by my group Project PM, echelon2.org. - Pastebin via Zerohedge

If previous actions by Anonymous show anything, chances are good that personal and credit card data gathered for the most part, will remain inviolate.  However, confidential information taken that shows the paralytic nature between corporations, contractors, and the US government may end up being open season, just as it was for Wikileaks before their head officer was captured and indicted.