To hunt Osama bin Laden, satellites watched over Abbottabad, Pakistan, and Navy SEALs The disclosures about the hunt for the elusive founder of al-Qaeda are contained in classified documents that detail the fiscal 2013 “black budget” for U.S. intelligence agencies, including the NSA and the CIA. The documents, provided to The Washington Post by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, make only brief references to the bin Laden operation. But the mission is portrayed as a singular example of counterterrorism cooperation among the U.S. government’s numerous intelligence agencies. NASA Finds Three Super-Earths in Stars’ Habitable Zones NASA’s Kepler space telescope has discovered three planets that may be able to support life, while one of them is the most earth-like world spotted to date, scientists say. Two exoplanets have been discovered in their stars’ habitable zones, what is known as just the right range of distance where liquid water can exist on a planet’s surface. Kepler-62f is a rocky world 1.4 times bigger than earth and circles a star smaller and dimmer than the sun. Its neighbor, Kepler-62e, is just 1.6 times larger than Earth.
Google pulls malware Twitter and Feedly extensions for Chrome Google has removed two Chrome browser extensions from its store after they were found to be installing malicious software on user computers and serving intrusive ads. The two extensions began as legitimate tools to connect to Twitter and for the RSS service Feedly, but were then bought and subverted by companies selling invasive, poor-quality advertising. They used the extensions as a platform to hijack Google searches, redirect links to adverts and serve intrusive adverts to unsuspecting users. Extensions are normally used to add specific functions to a browser, much like apps on a mobile phone, which add new features or removing others, such as blocking adverts or adding quick links to other services including Twitter and Facebook. Google’s Chrome web store policies specifically prevent developers from inserting advertising on more than one part of a page, with strict guidelines to which they must adhere. Silent updates
Revealed: how US and UK spy agencies defeat internet privacy and security US and British intelligence agencies have successfully cracked much of the online encryption relied upon by hundreds of millions of people to protect the privacy of their personal data, online transactions and emails, according to top-secret documents revealed by former contractor Edward Snowden. The files show that the National Security Agency and its UK counterpart GCHQ have broadly compromised the guarantees that internet companies have given consumers to reassure them that their communications, online banking and medical records would be indecipherable to criminals or governments. The agencies, the documents reveal, have adopted a battery of methods in their systematic and ongoing assault on what they see as one of the biggest threats to their ability to access huge swathes of internet traffic – "the use of ubiquitous encryption across the internet". But security experts accused them of attacking the internet itself and the privacy of all users.
NASA Report verifies Carbon Dioxide actually Cools Atmosphere Practically everything you have been told by the mainstream scientific community and the media about the alleged detriments of greenhouse gases, and particularly carbon dioxide, appears to be false, according to new data compiled by NASA's Langley Research Center. As it turns out, all those atmospheric greenhouse gases that Al Gore and all the other global warming hoaxers have long claimed are overheating and destroying our planet are actually cooling it, based on the latest evidence. As reported by Principia Scientific International (PSI), Martin Mlynczak and his colleagues over at NASA tracked infrared emissions from the earth's upper atmosphere during and following a recent solar storm that took place between March 8-10. What they found was that the vast majority of energy released from the sun during this immense coronal mass ejection (CME) was reflected back up into space rather than deposited into earth's lower atmosphere. Dr.
The NSA's Secret Campaign to Crack, Undermine Internet Encryption The National Security Agency headquarters at Fort Meade, Md., in January 2010. (Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images Sept. 6: This story has been updated with a response from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence . The National Security Agency is winning its long-running secret war on encryption, using supercomputers, technical trickery, court orders and behind-the-scenes persuasion to undermine the major tools protecting the privacy of everyday communications in the Internet age, according to newly disclosed documents.
NASA FUTURE OF WARFARE Genetically Modified - GM Babies Born Dark Mission: The Secret History of NASA.PDF As a Human Made Of Flesh, Bone, and Spirit - I Have Grave Concerns About This Document Exclusive: NSA Spies on International Bank Transactions The National Security Agency (NSA) widely monitors international payments, banking and credit card transactions, according to documents seen by SPIEGEL. The information from the American foreign intelligence agency, acquired by former NSA contractor and whistleblower Edward Snowden, show that the spying is conducted by a branch called "Follow the Money" (FTM). The collected information then flows into the NSA's own financial databank, called "Tracfin," which in 2011 contained 180 million records. Some 84 percent of the data is from credit card transactions.
NASA Contributes to The Evolution of the Humanoid Robot With "Valkyrie" This is an update to the ongoing technocratic mission to replace humans with robots. Nicholas WestActivist Post In the age of computers, things evolve exponentially. In just a few generations robots have gone from a scientific fantasy, to a playful curiosity, to entering the battlefield to replace and/or augment their human counterparts. NSA Successfully Figured Out How to Tap Into VISA’s ‘Complex Transaction Network’ While The Guardian has published the most scoops from former NSA contractor and whistleblower Edward Snowden, the German newspaper, Der Spiegel, has posted its share of revelations from documents Snowden took with him from the NSA. The latest story shows the NSA managed to figure out how to infiltrate and search records of international VISA credit card customers. Der Spiegel reports the NSA “widely monitors international payments, banking and credit card transactions,” according to documents from Snowden. They show a unit, “Follow the Money,” collects data that goes into the “NSA’s own financial databank, called “Tracfin,” which in 2011 contained 180 million records.” “Some 84 percent of the data is from credit card transactions,” Der Spiegel notes.
NASA unveils prototype humanoid robot The robot looks like something from a science fiction movie. Image Credit: IEEE Spectrum The American space agency has revealed that it has been developing a 6ft robot known as Valkyrie.