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The Stuxnet virus and the general who leaked it
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The military/economic buildup of the Soviet Union, Red China and European Union and the DESTRUCTION of America to pave the way for the New World Order
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The electric grid is one of man's oldest and largest machines, and while it's beginning to show it's age in some ways, it's also being modernized with sensors and advanced communications technologies at a rapid pace. In the wake of Stuxnet and more recently the powerful Shamoon attacks on energy companies in the Middle East, governments around the world seem to be waking up in unison to the scale of cyber threats facing their electric sectors, and the other critical national infrastructure systems that depend on it. This conversation will discuss the current state of security at a typical electric utility, some of the of new and emerging rules in place to govern security processes at utilities and beyond, and as Smart Meters have come to symbolize the Smart Grid moderation effort for many, some thoughts on consumer privacy and how it's being protected.
In this podcast Caleb will be joined by Andy Bochman. As the Energy Security Leader at IBM, Andy works all aspects of cyber security, privacy and compliance facing US and international utilities. He's the founder and editor of the influential Smart Grid Security and DOD Energy blogs, and a frequent speaker, writer and adviser on topics at the intersection of grid modernization, privacy and cyber security.
Officials say the U.S. and Israel developed the Flame virus to slow down Iranian nuclear efforts (Se
Officials say the U.S. and Israel developed the Flame virus to slow down Iranian nuclear efforts. According to the Washington Post, the United States and Israel jointly developed a sophisticated computer virus nicknamed Flame that collected intelligence in preparation for cyber-sabotage aimed at slowing Iran's ability to develop a nuclear weapon. The massive piece of malware secretly mapped and monitored Iran's computer networks, sending back a steady stream of intelligence to prepare for a cyberwarfare campaign. The effort, involving the National Security Agency, the CIA and Israel's military, has included the use of destructive software such as the Stuxnet virus to cause malfunctions in Iran's nuclear-enrichment equipment.
Religious violence leaves 80 people dead in northern Nigeria. According to Reuters, at least 80 people have been killed since Monday in clashes in northern Nigeria triggered by Islamists waging an insurgency against the government. The violence -- some of which was sparked by church bombings over the last three Sundays -- has heightened sectarian tensions in Africa's most populous country, which is evenly split between Christians and Muslims.
Iran and world powers remain stuck on nuclear negotiations. According to the AFP, talks between world powers and Iran to defuse the Iranian nuclear crisis face a tough future after the sides failed to edge any closer to a breakthrough at a meeting in Moscow. Negotiators from the six world powers and their Iranian counterparts managed to prevent the diplomatic process from collapsing completely by agreeing to a new meeting in Istanbul on July 3.
Iran could have enough material for a nuclear bomb within 4 months (Second Coming Watch Update #141)
Iran could have enough material for a nuclear bomb within 4 months. According to Israel Hayom, U.S. officials believe Iran will be able to produce enough fissile material for a nuclear weapon within four months. A report issued on Wednesday says that despite setbacks from cyberattacks like the Stuxnet attack in 2009, Iran has quickened its pace of uranium enrichment.
Boko Haram says over 300 suicide bombers will attack churches in Nigeria. According to The Nation, reports confirm that Boko Haram has plans to launch further devastating attacks on churches and government buildings in the coming days and weeks. The sect said it planned to make this month the bloodiest month yet in its violent campaign against those it calls infidels. 300 suicide bombers are said to have been recruited and sent to Mauritania and Somalia for training. The group promised to start its campaign in Southern Kaduna and Plateau, two states populated with Christians.
Former British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, says military option on Iran is 'on the table'. According to Israel National News, although the renewed rocket attack on southern Israel by Gaza terrorists has grabbed most of the headlines this week, Iran remains on top of Israel's defense agenda. At a meeting with U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in Washington Wednesday, Vice Prime Minister Sha-ul Mo-faz said that it was imperative that Iran's nuclear program be stopped. Agreeing with Mofaz was former British Prime Minister and current Middle East Quartet envoy Tony Blair. In an interview on IDF Army Radio on Thursday, Blair bluntly said that "all options, including the military option, are still on the table. All these options are terrible, but Iran cannot be allowed to go nuclear."
@Hoosteen on #Vof99 talking the #DCPA, a downed drone in MD, #Stuxnet/#Flame news, & @LuddoftheFutureon DC Statehood. Tune in!
Looks like the US & Israel had started a war with Iran. The first shot was cyber. Stuxnet, Flame then the offline assassinations of Irainian nuke scientists. Why doesn't this feel like a war? Oh, wait, NATO hasn't been dragged into this yet... // Tech news, commentary, music
The United States will send more warships to Asia. According to Reuters, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta gave the first details of a new U.S. military strategy saying that the United States will shift a majority of its warships to the Asia-Pacific region by 2020. Fleshing out details of a strategic pivot to Asia announced in January, Panetta said the United States would reposition its Navy fleet so 60 percent of its battleships would be assigned there, up from about 50 percent now, while maintaining six aircraft carriers in the region.
Arab believers risk death to share their faith. According to CBN News, many Muslims throughout the Middle East are coming to Christ through signs and wonders like those performed by Paul and Barnabas in the Book of Acts. One evangelist named Rasim shares his faith in mosques, handing out Bibles and praying with those who are sick. He says that it is hard to be a Christian in a Muslim-dominated society, especially in Egypt where Christians were murdered in the streets earlier this year near the city of Luxor. Despite the risks, some bold Middle Eastern Christians feel compelled to share their faith with Muslims and other people. One evangelist stated, "Of course living for Christ in Iraq is not easy for anybody. But despite this difficult situation the salvation of souls is taking place in big numbers among masses in Iraq."
New report says that President Obama has ordered cyberattacks on Iran. According to the AFP, U.S. President Barack Obama accelerated cyberattacks on Iran's nuclear program and expanded the assault even after the Stuxnet virus accidentally escaped in 2010. The operation, begun under president George W. Bush and codenamed "Olympic Games," is the first known sustained US cyberattack ever launched on another country, and used malicious code developed with Israel.
First Contact Radio 5/29/12 Show #677 hosted by Joshua Poet
Spaceweather.com, Astrology, Moon Phase, Mayan Oracle
Mass UFO activity over Dulce, New Mexico 28-May-2012
Strange UFO activity over Birmingham, UK 26-May-2012
Strange craft filmed over Lebanon, Missouri 26-May-2012
Giant UFO Near Sun On May 27, 2012 Credit NASA/SOHO Images.
Odd Structures and spacecraft on the moons surface in NASA Moon Photo.
Fleet Of Orbs Caught Over Japan On Video May 26, 2012, News.
Sheriff Joe Arpaio to Hawaii: Show Us The Proof!
Arizona Sheriff Not Backing Down On Obama Birth Issue
Occupy Bilderberg 2012
Bilderberg 2012: Itinerary and Radio Appearances (Updated)
Exposing Bilderberg 2012
Ron Paul can still win the Republican Primary
Stuxnet x20: Massive cyber spy virus 'Flame' hits Iran, Israel
20 Signs That Society Is Beaking Down And That America Has Been Overrun By Psychos
7 of 10 SINKING & Bending of North America; U.S. & Canada: Many sinkholes past month! Vietnam: Ha Noi immersed in sea water! Vinh permanently under water!
Closing Prayer and Meditation
Relax - Buddhist Meditation Music - Zen Garden - Kokin Gumi
Wake Up by UFOetry
Full show and links at http://www.firstcontactradio.com
Iran says its Nuclear Facilities are Immune to Cyber Attack. According to the Associated Press, a senior Iranian military official has claimed the country's nuclear facilities are immune to cyber attack. Gholam Reza Jalali, who heads an Iranian military unit in charge of combating sabotage, was quoted by the official IRNA news agency as saying that Iran and its nuclear facilities possess the technology and knowledge to deal with malicious software. He did not specify what steps have been taken since 2010, when a virus known as Stuxnet disrupted controls of some nuclear centrifuges.
Persecution of Christians is on the rise in Iran. According to World Net Daily, reports coming out of Iran say persecution of Christians is only growing more bold and brazen, as Iranian authorities once again raided a house church - this time in Shiraz - and arrested between 6 to 10 members of the congregation. The detainees are being held in an undisclosed location. "Jihad Watch" publisher Robert Spencer says that the Iranians don't know that they're doing the very thing that will produce more Christians. He said, "They don't know that Christianity grows amid persecution...Islam has expanded through violence and intimidation, so it isn't at all surprising that they'd resort to it again."
The United States will cut its support for Israel's missile defense program by $6 million.
Adrian Morgan, Editor of Family Security Matters, discusses issues of Islamism, security, terrorism, and dhimmitude from a global perspective.
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After the Stuxnet worm attacked Iranian nuclear plants, a second computer supervirus called Duqu is now affecting Iran's computers. Iran's missile chief killed in an explosion - while Obama does nothing to stop Iran's nuke plans, is Israel being forced to act on its own?
After Anders Breivik's massacres, a rrests take place in Germany for murders apparently carried out by anti-Islamic terrorists. Is this the face of the future, or an aberration?
And news on the global threats facing us.
Join Dave and Bill in The CyberHood today with Marc Maiffret & Brad Hibbert, eEye Digital Security, talking about the eEye survey findings and the summer of 2011 IT news for the all IT security professionals... and especially how the gap is closing between the IT security world and Personal Computing now called mobile communication, that everyone uses now!
On June 17, vulnerability management provider eEye Digital Security will announce survey findings collected from more than 1,600 IT administrators, managers and C-level executives from enterprises across multiple industries and government organizations.
The survey reveals that 60 percent of respondents view headline-driving threats such as Stuxnet, Night Dragon and Operation Aurora as minor, while over 50 percent admit that common malware and spyware is the number one threat to their organization.
Additional key findings revealed by the survey include insight into what IT professionals perceive to be their main security concerns:
• Lack of resources -- 48 percent of respondents indicated the number one concern was a lack of human, hardware and software resources
• Zero Day threats -- 42 percent of respondents said lack of resources is leading to improper configuration and an inability to protect against zero-day vulnerabilities
Respondents were asked if given a 20 percent increase in budget where would it best be spent:
• Tools -- Over 60 percent of respondents said they would put extra money towards configuration compliance, security reporting and dashboards and patch management
• Reporting -- 39 percent of respondents would put money toward regulatory compliance reporting
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