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Personal Liberty Alerts

by Upi - United Press International, Inc.

October 1, 2012

The White House confirmed that it had been the victim of a cyberattack, but said no harm had been done.

On Sunday, conservative website the Washington Free Beacon said the White House Military Office's computer system was attacked by Chinese hackers, Politico reported. A White House official said later Sunday there was an attempt to hack the computer system, but it only affected an unclassified network and there was no evidence any data had been stolen. None of the White House's secure classified computer systems was affected, said an official.

July 24, 2013

On the eve of a congressional discussion that may lend to ending the National Security Agency's mass collection of domestic phone records, the White House made the rare move late Tuesday of issuing a statement condemning proposed legislation.

White House press secretary Jay Carney said Tuesday evening that a bipartisan-supported amendment expected to go before a vote later this week would "hastily dismantle" a key counterterrorism tool used by the United States intelligence community if approved. The amendment, authored by Rep. Justin Amash (R-Michigan) and supported by democratic colleague Rep. John Conyers, would forbid the NSA from further interpreting Section 215 of the Patriot Act in the manner that has allowed the agency to routinely collect the daily phone records of millions of Americans for the past several years.

by Liam Eagle

December 13, 2011

Thursday last week, the US federal government has launched a security assessment and monitoring program, requiring service providers supplying government agencies with cloud services to commit to certain security levels.

The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program - FedRAMP, for short - sets up a list of baseline security requirements for government contractors delivering cloud services. The program was under development for two years, and should take effect in June of 2012, at which point all federal agencies must apply it to their cloud services sourcing. Federal CIO Steven VanRoekel called the FedRAMP program a "fist step" toward securing cloud environments, a statement that certainly suggests more guidelines will be launched in the future.

by Shahe_B

April 17, 2012

The idea of that we would need the Government to provide us even the most essential things like infrastructure or postal services and that without Government nothing would get done is a terrible fallacy.

This is really fascinating. I'v never understood subsidies or the growing dependence on government help. If something can't stand on it's own, it means people aren't willing to pay for it. So why should the gov't force the people to pay for it? Someone will come along and do it better or more efficiently. It's always been the case in history. Look at the US Post Service. It's a joke. We spend $5 billion a year subsidizing its losses, yet FedEx and UPS and DHL and all of the other carriers around the globe are raking in BILLIONS in PROFITS. So why do we still allow this to happen? Why don't we demand that the USPS rebuilds itself to be more efficient and economical instead of demanding that the people cover their losses?

CNS News

by Frank Jordans

December 30, 2011

The World Health Organization is warning that dangerous scientific information could fall into the wrong hands after U.S. government-funded researchers engineered a form of the deadly H5N1 bird flu virus more easily transmissible between humans.

In a strongly worded statement Friday, WHO said it was "deeply concerned about the potential negative consequences" if the results of the study were used to create biological weapons or the mutated virus was accidentally released. "This is not the kind of research that you would want to have out there," WHO's top influenza expert, Dr. Keiji Fukuda, told The Associated Press in a telephone interview.

May 2, 2012

So, I was browsing to my pest company's website on my phone (HTC Rezound, rooted with BAMF Rom, 2.3.4, sense 3.5) when I went to the link about termites. A split second after the page loads, every single time the page loads, a download begins.

F-Secure Weblog

by Brod

March 26, 2013

Last week, when "wiper" malware hit South Korean companies , the website of LG Uplus was reportedly defaced as well.

Due to the proximity of the incidents, the "Whois Team" is being suspected as the perpetrators of the wiper attacks. However this is still being debated. e browsed through wiper samples yesterday, and discovered a variant that contains a routine that searches for web documents (e.g. ".html", ".aspx", ".php", etc.) in an infected system.


by Robert Lemos

July 16, 2011

Security experts are divided on whether the 200 days that Microsoft took to create its latest patch was reasonable

The six-plus months is the longest that the software giant has taken to release a fix since it started its Trustworthy Computing initiative, which is a company-wide mandate to make security a top priority. Taking so long to fix a serious issue casts doubts on how much progress Microsoft has made in the two-year effort, said Marc Maiffret, chief hacking officer for security research firm eEye Digital Security.

April 29, 2010

Dear Microsoft, we'd like you to consider developing a PDF reader for your Windows OS. Something such as Apple's Preview would be great.

Mac doesn't require a third-party app to view PDFs, so why does Windows? Heck, you don't even need to build it into the OS. Just make it an optional download such as your Save As PDF add-in for Office. We know, we know... even though anyone is allowed to create applications that can read and write PDF files without having to pay royalties to Adobe Systems, you guys can't. You're just too big and can't ship add on PDF functionality without freaking out Adobe. But you know what? You really shouldn't care anymore. Freak them out. Your customers are tired of the exploits and the complications that so many of today's PDF readers include. We just want to read PDFs. We don't want to launch executables, to play video & audio, or to run JavaScript. A viewer that provides the basic functionality of the PDF/A standard is all we want. Is that so much to ask? Please give it some thought, thanks. Sincerely yours, F-Secure Labs

by Mat Honan

August 3, 2011

Why do hackers hack? Why create a worm that sends out an email to everyone in your contact list, or a Trojan that deletes your term papers? Is it mischief, malice, money, or something else entirely?

This is the question that was on my mind when I met with Mikko Hypponen, a legendary computer security heavyweight who has been hunting viruses for 25 years-since Brain.a, the first PC virus.


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