Wednesday, 31 July 2013

Fw: Think your password is secure from the NSA? Try this.

I put in various made up passwords and don't understand how it can go from taking years to crack and as I added to it, it would suddenly decrease in security.
 
Try slowly entering:  nowisthetimeforallgoodmen      and see what I mean about the security level increasing and decreasing.
 
I did NOT enter my real passwords, or anything close to them.  I don't know who this site belongs to... NSA maybe?

 
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July 31, 2013
Vilnius, Lithuania
Seven minutes.
That's how long it would take to crack one of the passwords I had been using for more than ten years, according to the crypto experts at Silent Circle.
Let's be honest. A lot of people use the same password over and over again across multiple websites, like email, bank accounts, and social media.
Sometimes these passwords can be a bit elementary. The dog's name. Daughter's nickname plus her birth year. A favorite chocolate syrup.
These types of passwords won't typically thwart government agencies that are keen to spy on their citizens. They can easily be cracked in a matter of minutes.
I've been using eight or ten different passwords for several years, some of them going back to my days as an intelligence officer. I had always thought they were secure-- letters and numbers that I've been typing so long, they're committed to muscle memory.
But a few months ago when I signed up for my Silent Circle account, I was surprised to see the results when I tested one of my passwords against their crypto analysis tool.
It turns out that the password wasn't so secure after all. You can try it for yourself here:
(You don't have to sign up, you can just type in a password and see for yourself...)
I was never a crypto specialist while in the intelligence business, so I studied the issue for the last few months to find out about the latest password cracking algorithms.
It turns out that most things we think about password security are completely wrong.
For example, you know how it seems like every website these days has a particular password format they REQUIRE you to use?
For example, they'll require at LEAST one upper case character, one lower case, one number, one 'special character', and that the password must be at least seven characters.
Most of these web sites are incredibly annoying, and it can take three or four tries to come up with the right password.
iTunes, Facebook... they all do this to cover their own butts in case your account gets hacked, so they can say that they advised you to use the industry 'best practices' for a secure password.
It turns out this isn't very secure at all.
Most password cracking algorithms have adapted, particularly as a lot of people use 'dictionary' words in their passwords.
For example, instead of "sunshine", one may use "5unshinE!", substituting a 5 for the s, capitalizing the E, and adding an exclamation point.
The first password, "sunshine", is considered to be highly vulnerable based on industry convention, but "5unshinE!" is considered to be much more secure.
It turns out that both passwords can be cracked by modern algorithms almost instantly. Neither is secure.
Since cracking algorithms succeed by picking up patterns in human behavior, the key to a secure password is randomness and disorder. In the security business, this is known as entropy.
It's difficult for a human being to fake randomness and disorder. So one easy way to achieve this is to use a password generator tool that incorporates entropy.
On this website, you move your mouse around randomly, and the website's software incorporates these random mouse movements into its password generation code.
The passwords that it generates are far more secure, taking centuries to crack instead of mere seconds.
It may be a good idea to take a few minutes out of your life to check your own password vulnerability, and come up with an alternative that's far more secure.
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Chris Christie Finds Liberty a "Dangerous Idea"


Friday, 26 July 2013 10:31
Chris Christie Finds Liberty a "Dangerous Idea"
by  Jack Kenny

On the eve of a House vote Wednesday on his amendment to curb the National Security Agency's daily dragnet collection of Americans' phone records, Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.) tweeted, "Washington's elites fear liberty. They fear you." On Thursday, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (shown) demonstrated just how eager he is to join the Washington elite.

Speaking at the Republican Governors Conference in Aspen, Colorado, Christie delivered what Aaron Blake at the Washington Post described as a "clear broadside" against Republicans of a libertarian bent, including Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky, expected to be competing with Christie for the GOP presidential nomination in 2016.

"As a former prosecutor who was appointed by President George W. Bush on Sept. 10, 2001, I just want us to be really cautious, because this strain of libertarianism that's going through both parties right now and making big headlines, I think, is a very dangerous thought," Christie said.

Asked whether he meant to include Paul in that call for caution, Christie said, "You can name any one of them that's engaged in this. I want them to come to New Jersey and sit across from the widows and the orphans and have that conversation.... I'm very nervous about the direction this is moving in."

One of the things making Christie nervous is the battle for privacy rights against what some see as a flagrant overreach by the federal government in the kind of surveillance conducted by the NSA in the name of national security. "I think what we as a country have to decide is: Do we have amnesia? Because I don't," Christie said. "And I remember what we felt like on Sept. 12, 2001."

By citing both September 10 and September 12 of the year 2001, Christie has September 11 surrounded, perhaps with the thought of capturing it as his issue for 2016. By doing so he would be picking up the mantle of fallen presidential hopeful Rudy Giuliani, who campaigned so hard on that tragic event in the 2008 campaign that Joe Biden suggested every sentence from the former New York mayor contained only three things: "a noun, a verb and 9/11."

Over more than a decade now, there have been a lot of explanations offered for the terrorist attacks of 9/11 and our nation's inability to detect and prevent it. Some have blamed lax security or intelligence failures, or an attention deficit regarding terrorist threats on the part the president at the time, the aforementioned George W. Bush. Some blamed it on inadequate response to previous terror attacks, while others cited our nation's long record of military interventions and political machinations in the Middle East, including the imposition of no-fly zones in, and an economic embargo against, Iraq ­ or, to borrow a phrase from the late columnist Joseph Sobran, it may have been due to "all the good will we built up through years of bombing Arab cities and starving Arab children."

But Gov. Christie is way ahead of the curve. He has already figured out who is to blame for the next 9/11 if, God forbid, there should be one. Future widows and orphans will be able to blame those libertarian members of Congress, who take seriously their oath of office and want to put some real constitutional and statutory restraint on the activities of that "big government." Republicans rail against big government on the campaign trails, while generously funding it in the intervals between elections. They are the true "wacko birds," as Sen. John McCain called Rand Paul and the handful of senators who supported Paul's filibuster over the president's use of drones to kill American citizens without due process of law.

Christie obviously approves of all the drone attacks and other bombings President Obama has ordered in Pakistan, Somalia, Yemen, and elsewhere, as well as our 12-year war grinding on in Afghanistan.

"I want to say that I think both the way President Bush conducted himself and the way President Obama has conducted himself in the main on those types of decisions hasn't been different because they were right and because we haven't had another one of those attacks that cost thousands and thousands of lives," Christie said. Of course, Bush's war in Iraq cost more "thousands of lives" than the 9/11 attacks. And Iraq was not involved in 9/11, a detail that Christie, like so many others, is willing to overlook.

The Amash amendment was not about dismantling America's defenses, or even the NSA, though the agency's very existence may be unconstitutional, since it was created by order of President Truman without Congress even knowing about it. What was proposed by the amendment was limiting the NSA's collection of telephone call records to investigation of actual terror suspects instead of its current practice of scooping up all the calls, along with all e-mails and other communications, of the entire population as a matter of daily routine. It is hardly a wild-eyed libertarian idea. While it lost by a narrow 12-vote margin, it attracted the support of a wide range of representatives, many of whom could hardly be classified as libertarians. Even Wisconsin Republican Jim Sensenbrenner, often "credited" as a legislative author of the PATRIOT Act, voted for the amendment. But after an all-out lobbying effort by White House and members and friends of the "national security" establishment, the supporters of the amendment were outnumbered by its foes. As the Washington Times observed in its editorial summation:

"A strange coalition of spooks, veterans of the George W. Bush White House, Republican and Democratic committee chairmen and the Obama administration emerged from the shadows to prevent the defunding of the domestic spying. Nothing creates 'bipartisanship' quite like undermining the Constitution."

http://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/politics/item/16102-chris-christie-finds-liberty-a-dangerous-idea

Is Obama Threatening the Lives of U.S. Troops?


Is Obama Threatening the Lives of U.S. Troops?
Butler Shaffer
July 31, 2013

The Obama administration has just made public "classified" NSA documents involving the government's collecting of phone calls by Americans.  I wonder if all of the lobotomized babblers and scribblers on cable "news" shows and the print media will now tell us of all the U.S. troops whose lives have been jeopardized?  This was the phony charge made in response to Ed Snowden's -- and Bradley Manning's -- revelations, was it not?  How many families of American soldiers now worry that their sons and daughters are more likely to be killed by make-believe "terrorists" because the U.S. government continues to spy on the real enemy: us?

The United States of Moloch


The United States of Moloch
Charles Burris
July 31, 2013

While the First Amendment to the Constitution supposedly prohibits the establishment of a national religion, since 1861 and the days of Abraham Lincoln, the United States has been under such a theocratic regime.

In Bertrand Russell's A Free Man's Worship (1903), Moloch is used to describe a particularly savage brand of religion:
The savage, like ourselves, feels the oppression of his impotence before the powers of Nature; but having in himself nothing that he respects more than Power, he is willing to prostrate himself before his gods, without inquiring whether they are worthy of his worship. Pathetic and very terrible is the long history of cruelty and torture, of degradation and human sacrifice, endured in the hope of placating the jealous gods: surely, the trembling believer thinks, when what is most precious has been freely given, their lust for blood must be appeased, and more will not be required. The religion of Moloch -- as such creeds may be generically called -- is in essence the cringing submission of the slave, who dare not, even in his heart, allow the thought that his master deserves no adulation. Since the independence of ideals is not yet acknowledged, Power may be freely worshipped, and receive an unlimited respect, despite its wanton infliction of pain.

FEMA camp in Texas





Dr. Eowyn posted: "Every time you're mocked and slapped with the label of "conspiracy theorist" for saying there are FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) camps in Amerika, just remind them of a fascinating 4-page KBR document, Project Overview and Anticipated Project "
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FEMA camp in Texas

by Dr. Eowyn

Every time you're mocked and slapped with the label of "conspiracy theorist" for saying there are FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) camps in Amerika, just remind them of a fascinating 4-page KBR document, Project Overview and Anticipated Project Requirements, which is a solicitation for bids from subcontractors to provide services and supplies for FEMA camps.

KBR, Inc., formerly called Kellogg Brown & Root, is a top U.S. federal contractor and the largest non-union construction company in the United States. Formerly a subsidiary of Halliburton, KBR is headquartered in Houston. KBR and its predecessors have won many contracts with the U.S. military, including during World War II, Vietnam War and Operation Iraqi Freedom.

According to Project Overview and Anticipated Project Requirements,  "services will be required in each State within each of the five regions of the continental United States." Each FEMA camp is estimated to "range in size from 301 to 2,000 persons for up to 30 days in length."

Here's a screen-shot of the map of the five regions, from page 1 of Project Overview and Anticipated Project Requirements:

FEMA camps in 5 U.S. regionsJust such a FEMA camp has been found 35 miles east of Austin, outside the small town of Taylor, Texas.

Melissa Melton reports for Activist Post, June 26, 2013, that while getting footage for a mini-documentary, she came across this FEMA camp near Taylor, which holds several hundreds, including illegal aliens, their American family members, and children.

FEMA camp TexasThe camp is called the T. Don Hutto Residential Center, and is administered by the Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

FEMA camp in Taylor, TX

The residential center FEMA camp is designated for use under emergency rule, but presently houses illegal immigrants and resident aliens caught in legal limbo with ICE. At the same time, the camp's FEMA designation also places it under FEMA command for civilian detainment in the event of an emergency, including civil unrest, economic collapse, stress from migration, natural disaster or terrorist attack, etc.

This is what the ICE "Fact Sheet" says:

The T. Don Hutto Residential Center (TDHRC) represents a unique and pioneering setting, offering the least restrictive environment permissible to manage persons in administrative U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) custody.

In keeping with the director's call for civil detention reform, TDHRC represents a clear departure from historical detention settings. Residents experience expanded services that include free and open movement, recreational and educational participation, food services and medical and mental health care.

TDHRC's person-centered philosophy guides every interaction with the residents by understanding the often complex circumstances surrounding their detention. TDHRC continues to fulfill the mission of ICE while at the same time recognizing and valuin]g the dignity of the individual.

Opened in Taylor, Texas (35 miles east of Austin), in May 2006, TDHRC has a capacity of up to 512 beds. The average length of stay is 31 days.

Tim Brown reports for Freedom Outpost that on January 23, 2013, Congressman Alcee Hastings (D-FL, 23rd District) introduced HR 390, the National Emergency Centers Establishment Act, but there is virtually no coverage of it.

If passed, HR 390 would authorize DHS to establish no less than six emergency centers on military installations within the borders of the United States.Alcee HastingsDemocrat Congressman Alcee Hastings

A previous version of the bill was introduced in 2009 by the same Congressman Hastings as HR 645, which died in committee. Congressman Ron Paul was asked in 2011 about HR 645 and whether or not it could lead to Americans being incarcerated in detention camps during a time of martial law. He responded, "Yeah, that's their goal, they're setting up the stage for violence in this country, no doubt about it."

According to GovTrack, the new bill, HR 390, has a 3% chance of getting past the committee.

~Eowyn

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Royal Name Shocker: Not Mohammed




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Royal Name Shocker: Not Mohammed
By Julia Gorin

In the hullabaloo last week over potential names for the new royal baby (who has since been named), the most obvious choice was left out of contention, despite all the betting taking place. ("George, James: Royal Baby Boy Names are Bet On")

Surprisingly not among the 15 names suggested by one article — including even a nod to the Brit-dreaded Jews ("David") and a nod to the Brit-dreaded Russians ("Boris") — was the most obvious choice for a name. The name that overtook "George" in popularity in the UK as early as 2006: Mohammed.

I'd have thought that would be a no-brainer for the royals, given not only England's hasty submission to Islam but also Prince Charles' always going on about the wonderfulness of Islam, even advising his countrymen to look to the religion on matters of planting and the environment.

Britain Wonders if Baby Prince Will be Circumcised; Prince Charles Snipped by Royal Mohel (Algemeiner, July 24)

…Circumcision for members of the royal family in England dates back to King George I, who introduced the custom. Queen Victoria traced the British royal family's tree back to ancient Israel's King David, and insisted that her sons be circumcised along the lines of Jewish tradition….Although the rite was considered of vital importance over the past two centuries, Princess Diana was not interested, and royal watchers believe she decided not to have her son's [sic] circumcised. […]

Circumcision being both a Jewish and a Muslim rite, one wouldn't be surprised if royal circumcision proceeded these days in a more Islamic context than Jewish.

 



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Immigration Reform Bill Will Prevent Arrest of Illegals




Immigration Reform Bill Will Prevent Arrest of Illegals

Posted 10 hours ago by Dave Jolly filed under Email Featured, Immigration, Law Enforcement

 

US Border Patrol agents not only work along the Mexican border but they also patrol many of the roads that lead from the border to US cities.  If they see a vehicle full of Hispanics driving north on a dirt road a few miles from the Mexican border, they routinely pull them over and ask for identifications.  The majority of the time, they are illegals that just crossed over the border and they are arrested.

If the proposed immigration reform bill is passed and put into law in its present form, all of this law enforcement will be stopped and millions of illegals and drug traffickers will be allowed to enter the country unmolested.  Why?  Because the current bill states:

"In making routine or spontaneous law enforcement decisions, such as ordinary traffic stops, Federal law enforcement officers may not use race or ethnicity to any degree, except that officers may rely on race and ethnicity if a specific suspect description exists."

In other words, if you see a van overflowing with Hispanics driving a mile from the Mexican border heading north, Border Patrol agents will not be allowed to stop them, even though they have probable cause.  Unless the Border Patrol agents actually saw them cross the border, all they can do is sit and watch them drive by.

The bill goes on to define federal law enforcement officers as any :

"Officer, agent, or employee of the United States authorized by law or by a Government agency to engage in or supervise the prevention, detection, investigation, or prosecution of any violation of Federal law."

Many county sheriff departments, especially those in the southwestern states along the Mexican border receive a special federal law enforcement authorization to enforce federal immigration laws.  It's unclear to me if the definition of federal law enforcement officer would apply to those sheriff's departments or not.  When Eric Holder sued Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio for racial profiling, he revoked that federal law enforcement license from the entire sheriff's department.

Worse yet, the immigration reform bill has a provision that will allow the Department of Homeland Security to collect data on all immigration law enforcement activities so they can see if anyone is guilty of racial or ethnic profiling.  According to the immigration reform bill, all data collected will be analyzed within 180 days of when it was collected.  Then they have 90 days to enact any changes to the immigration enforcement guidelines.

Bottom line is that any federal law enforcement officer will be restrained from doing their job enforcing immigration laws and those that do make any detentions or arrests will have everything they do scrutinized by Washington bureaucrats looking for any signs of racial or ethnic profiling.  This will only serve to deter many officers from carrying out their sworn duties just to prevent from being placed under a microscope.

The end result will be millions more illegals will flood over the border, seeking the promised path to citizenship as a reward for their illegal act.  Drug traffickers will have open roads to truck their illegal drugs into the US.

This bill is more dangerous to the US and its citizens than most people realize.  It threatens our economy, job markets and national security.  America cannot afford to allow this bill to pass Congress and become law.  It has to be stopped in the US House of Representatives.  You owe it to your family to contact your Representative and insist that he/she fight against this destructive piece of legislation before it's too late.  It will destroy America!



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BREAKING: Anthony Weiner, Aug 1, 2013 New Campaign Blitz + Screaming Goat [Video]





Sard posted: "The Twitterverse blessed me today. I shot off a tweet to my Twitter comrade (@iSheeple1) and asked if there would be a screaming goat version of Anthony Weiner's latest pathetic campaign ad. If you haven't seen the screaming goat versions of Obama's recen"

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BREAKING: Anthony Weiner, Aug 1, 2013 New Campaign Blitz + Screaming Goat [Video]

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The Twitterverse blessed me today. I shot off a tweet to my Twitter comrade (@iSheeple1) and asked if there would be a screaming goat version of Anthony Weiner's latest pathetic campaign ad. If you haven't seen the screaming goat versions of Obama's recent speech on economy, or Anthony Weiner's earlier run for mayor speech, then […]

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