Technology

Missouri Department of Transportation to use LRAD Sound Cannons on Speeding Drivers

Thursday, April 10, 2014
By Paul Martin

System will shoot warning messages through drivers’ windshields Mikael Thalen Prison Planet.com April 9, 2014 The Missouri Department of Transportation revealed two newly acquired LRAD sound cannons this week, which will reportedly be used to target vehicles that speed in work zones. Coming in at $25,000 a piece, the Long-Range Acoustic Device, a sonic... »

China Plans Extermination of US – EMP Attack from North Korea

Thursday, April 10, 2014
By Paul Martin

by John Little OmegaShock.com April 10, 2014 When I sat down today to write the next part in this series, I wasn’t quite sure how I was going to write it. In fact, I’m never really quite sure what I’m supposed to write until I sit down to do it. But, as I was... »

DHS study: North Korea capable of EMP attack on U.S.

Wednesday, April 9, 2014
By Paul Martin

Long-suppressed report concludes communist nation can deliver on threats F. MICHAEL MALOOF WND.com Apr. 9, 2014 WASHINGTON – A long-suppressed report prepared by the Department of Homeland Security for the Defense Department concludes that North Korea could deliver on its threats to destroy the United States with a nuclear electromagnetic pulse attack. The report... »

An Iowa City With A Population Of 7,000 Will Receive Armored Military Vehicle

Wednesday, April 9, 2014
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden ZeroHedge.com 04/09/2014 We’ve covered the militarization of the domestic police force on several occasions but today’s absurdity takes the proverbial biscuit. the tiny city of Washington, Iowa with a population of 7,000 and 11 police officers, will be receiving a Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicle. These things normally cosy $500,000,... »

Heartbleed Internet Bug: Pretext For Web Lockdown?

Wednesday, April 9, 2014
By Paul Martin

U.S. government was responsible for creating previous viruses Paul Joseph Watson Prison Planet.com April 9, 2014 The Heartbleed bug is being described as the most critical security flaw to hit the web since its inception, a crisis that could lay the groundwork for massive government regulation and censorship of the Internet. “Millions of websites... »

The Obama Administration Wants Gun Owners To Wear RFID Tracking Bracelets?

Wednesday, April 9, 2014
By Paul Martin

By Michael Snyder EndOfTheAmericanDream.com April 8th, 2014 Attorney General Eric Holder says that gun owners in the United States could eventually be forced to wear RFID tracking bracelets. In fact, in recent testimony in front of Congress he gave the impression that this was something that the Obama administration has been thinking about for... »

Will We Demand the Inexpensive Fix Which Will Prevent Armageddon … Or Focus On Over-Blown Dangers and Ignore The Thing Most Likely To Actually Get Us?

Wednesday, April 9, 2014
By Paul Martin

WashingtonsBlog.com April 9, 2014 The Most Likely Armageddon Threat … Preventable for a Small Amount of Money Well-known physicist Michio Kaku and other members of the American Physical Society asked Congress to appropriate $100 million to harden the country’s electrical grid against solar flares. Congress refused. Kaku explains that a solar flare like the... »

How To Create Super-Strong Passwords To Protect Yourself From The ‘Heartbleed’ Bug

Wednesday, April 9, 2014
By Paul Martin

LISA EADICICCO BusinessInsider.com APR. 9, 2014 arlier this week, a massive security bug known as Heartbleed had been discovered— a vulnerability that could allow intruders to trick servers into spewing out your personal data. Heartbleed is particularly dangerous because it extends much deeper than just a bug within an app that can be easily... »

‘Heartbleed’ bug warning: ‘Time to change passwords everywhere’

Wednesday, April 9, 2014
By Paul Martin

MarketWatch.com April 9, 2014 “Heartbleed,” the software bug uncovered Monday, has caused serious security headaches this week as companies scramble to fix a major flaw that has left most of the world’s active websites vulnerable to attack. “This might be a good day to call in sick and take some time to change your... »

What Is This Scary Heartbleed Bug, And Why Is Everyone Freaking Out About It?

Wednesday, April 9, 2014
By Paul Martin

By Mary Beth Quirk Consumerist.com April 9, 2014 One second everything on the Internet appears normal, and the next thing you know, everyone is talking about some security bug called “Heartbleed” that’s out to get us all. So what is it, and is it as scary of a problem as it seems to be?... »