September 30, 2010
American companies are under constant cyber-attack by the Chinese... it's a story the culture-obsessed media is failing to cover. The attacks are like a buzzing of gnats all around our business culture and it take constant effort to protect our computers and data from theft and destruction.
But just as when modern American warfare capabilities were put on full display in the Gulf Wars and Afghanistan and it became clear what smart-bomb technology can/could/did do to our enemies -- taking them apart with the precision of a circus knife thrower, so this StuxNet virus shows what truly advanced cyber warfare looks like. We don't know, today, which Iranian enemy planted the virus, but let's hope it's either us, or an ally of ours. And let's hope that along with the development of this virus (which can wreak havoc on systems controlling infrastructure) an antidote was developed, as well.
Iranians seek help, but no white flag yet.
September 27, 2010
September 25, 2010
September 24, 2010
American Hero negates a year of Justice Department spin
He has practiced voting rights law longer than any other lawyer at the Justice Department. His testimony today was the worst possible nightmare for the Obama political officials responsible for the dismissal.
September 23, 2010
The Stuxnet computer worm spreads through previously unknown holes in MicroSoft's Windows operating system and then looks for a type of software made by Siemans and used to control industrial components, including valves and brakes.Stuxnet can hide itself, wait for certain conditions and give new orders to the components that reverse what they would normally do, the experts said. At a closed-door conference this week in Maryland, Ralph Langner, a German industrial controls safety expert, said Stuxnet might be targeting not a sector but perhaps only one plant, and he speculated that it could be a controversial nuclear facility in Iran.
According to Symantec, which has been investigating the virus and plans to publish details of the rogue commands on Wednesday, Iran has had far more infections than any other country.
September 22, 2010
September 16, 2010
September 10, 2010
September 9, 2010
I suspect he's made his point. None of these important people see Islam as a religion of peace, but they keep on telling us it is. It appears the emperor has no clothes and all it took to prove it was one little church in Florida pointing it out.
September 8, 2010
September 5, 2010
September 3, 2010
September 1, 2010
Since Huntington South, Huntington East and Huntington West High Schools don't exist, the Norwell boys can cross Huntington off their list and move on.