Chinese hackers have stolen data from Israel’s Iron Dome

Chinese hackers have stolen data from Israel’s Iron Dome

A state-sponsored Chinese hacking group has been accused of stealing data from Israel’s Iron Dome anti-missile defense system. According to security firm Cyber Engineering Services (CES), the hacking occurred between October 10, 2011 and August 13, 2012. The hacking group, called Comment Crew, was thought o be responsible for cyber-attacks on three defense technology companies in Israel: Elisra Group, Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI), and Rafael Advanced Defense Systems (Rads), all of whom were involved with the country’s Iron Dome … [Read More...]

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US claims that Russia violated the 1987 nuclear missile treaty

US claims that Russia violated the 1987 nuclear missile treaty

The United States has accused Russia of violating a landmark arms control treaty that was put into place during the Reagan-Gorbachev era in 1987. The United States concluded that by testing a prohibited ground-launched cruise missile, Russia violated the treaty, a finding which was conveyed to … [Read More...]

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Oklahoma has been bombarded with 7 earthquakes in 14 hours

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Response from CDC was Oddly Quick and Straight Forward

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Android Auto Integration Coming to Honda

Honda is flexing its technology muscles and partnering up with Google's Android Auto to bring smartphone features to parts of its 2015 lineup. They have a functional prototype on display today at Google's annual I/O conference in San Francisco. With other manufacturers rushing to partner or … [Read More...]

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2014 Dodge Avenger: A Great Family Sedan With Some Attitude

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The 2014 Cadillac Escalade has continued to carry on with what has made it great for many years, big, brash, bold, and not to forget beautiful. A large luxury style SUV that many in its class deem as the benchmark for them to aspire to, the Escalade lineup has two fewer trim levels than in years … [Read More...]

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Is Alien Propoganda Used to Hide Nephilim?

The real rise of the alien conspiracy and infatuation with visitors from another planet started up around the 1940s and 1950s. Between Roswell and other famous sightings and coverups, people across the world have really embraced the concept that there are other creatures on or around the planet. … [Read More...]

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2014 Kia Soul: A Cheerful Upgrade on a Great Seller

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Hagel on Chinese Aircraft Carrier: Bonding or Flexing Muscle?

It may be an antiquated war ship, but it's their antiquated warship. When China allowed US Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel onto the Liaoning, their first functional aircraft carrier, it was perceived as the start to cooperation between two of the most powerful military forces in the world. Then … [Read More...]

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Buzzfeed: How Conspiracy Theories Are Easily Dismissed

It's really easy to manipulate the population. The internet has allowed the powers of this world to have a perfect venue for misinformation, disinformation, and debunking. This is, of course, a good thing and a bad thing. It's a good thing because it also serves as a way to spread the truth. It's a … [Read More...]

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Kerry Continues to Distance US from Israel

The Secretary of State for the United States has continued his public attacks on Israel, pushing the two allies further apart in a time when some would consider that a bad idea. The most recent statement comes ahead of US President Barack Obama's meeting with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud … [Read More...]