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Re: [FD] Bitstamp - Possible breach Jeffrey Walton (Jul 21)
Hi Robert,

No, sorry. I don't have any social networking experiment accounts. Only email.

I did send the info to their contacts listed at the WHOIS database.
But they look like fake email addresses, and most of them bounced. I
don't expect them to get the message. Hence the reason to reach out on
FunSec and Full Disclosure.

Jeff

Re: Driverless cars could be lethal - FBI Stephanie Daugherty (Jul 20)
Most likely, it's not a concern, as the fundamental programming of
driverless cars are to:
a) avoid collisions at all costs
b) follow all traffic laws perfectly

Given that the default action if anything unexpected happens is to stop and
safe the vehicle, using any of the automated cars currently in development
in this manner would end very poorly for someone trying to evade pursuit.

Re: Driverless cars could be lethal - FBI Valdis . Kletnieks (Jul 20)
On Sat, 19 Jul 2014 15:44:45 -0700, "Rob, grandpa of Ryan, Trevor, Devon & Hannah" said:

"And, under the heading "Multitasking", the FBI said that "bad actors will be
able to conduct tasks that require use of both hands or taking one's eyes off
the road which would be impossible today". That raised the prospect that
suspected criminals would be able to fire weapons at pursuing police cars."...

Driverless cars could be lethal - FBI Rob, grandpa of Ryan, Trevor, Devon & Hannah (Jul 19)
http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-28344219

Seems to me that nobody in the FBI is reading the traffic fatality statistics
obtained on cars driven by humans.

(OK, yes, the feebies seem to be concerned about automated cars that allow the
passenger to shoot back at you. But isn't that already happening anyway?)

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rslade () vcn bc ca slade () victoria tc ca rslade...

Re: US capitol not in US, according to TSA Steve Pirk (Jul 18)
http://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/matier-ross/article/Fake-screener-probes-passengers-at-SFO-5626732.php

omg, that was just 2 days ago. I think it will be "very" interesting to see
what happens to this "hushed up" incident. I smell a couple of juicy
lawsuits once these women get wind of the deception and seek help.

Gaston! Popcorn for the table! And make it quick :)

Re: US capitol not in US, according to TSA Ned Fleming (Jul 18)
And recognize US passports, passport cards, Enhanced Driver’s
Licenses, Trusted Traveler Program cards (NEXUS, SENTRI or
FAST), U.S. Military identification card when traveling on
official orders, U.S. Merchant Mariner documents when
traveling in conjunction with official maritime business, Form
I-872 American Indian Cards, Enhanced Tribal Cards, and tribal
driver's licenses. Oh, and DC cards, throw those in.
Messicans, Canuckistanis, and...

Re: US capitol not in US, according to TSA Rob, grandpa of Ryan, Trevor, Devon & Hannah (Jul 18)
OK, so is *this* guy genuinely fake, or do they just not want to admit how often
their agents are drunk?

http://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/matier-ross/article/Fake-screener-probes-
passengers-at-SFO-5626732.php

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I am patient with stupidity but not with those who are proud of
it....

Re: US capitol not in US, according to TSA Blanchard, Michael (InfoSec) (Jul 18)
Regardless of how much or how little this TSA Agent makes... I could care less if he works for $1 an hour or if he
makes $100k a year.... it has zero bearing to this conversation...
he is still "airport police" and should at the very least know that the District of Columbia is the capitol of the
united states.... AND he should be very well aware of ALL the US drivers licenses... it is, after all, HIS JOB TO KNOW
THIS.... no...

Re: US capitol not in US, according to TSA Paul Ferguson (Jul 18)
And you get what you pay for.

- ferg

Re: US capitol not in US, according to TSA Bill Terwilliger (Jul 18)
The average TSA worker earns $12-$17/hour. In Florida, where this guy was from, he was probably closer to the $12 end
of the scale. This agent is probably in his early 20s and is only making slightly more than someone working at a fast
food restaurant. That is about as “most people” as you can get. And given that most Americans don’t understand
confusing status of The District of Columbia, I stand by my assertion that it is...

Re: US capitol not in US, according to TSA Valdis . Kletnieks (Jul 18)
On Fri, 18 Jul 2014 11:29:16 -0400, Jeffrey Walton said:

And you thought the marshes near Chernobyl were a toxic waste site.....

Re: US capitol not in US, according to TSA Jeffrey Walton (Jul 18)
Maybe it was wishful thinking.... DC started as a swamp on the
Potomac. Maybe he was hoping it swallowed all the assholes in
Washington and reverted back to the swamp ;)

Jeff

Re: US capitol not in US, according to TSA Blanchard, Michael (InfoSec) (Jul 18)
Sorry, this guy is supposedly a trained professional.... he's not "most people" he should have known that DC issues
their own license...

At the very least, this "trained professional" did question a license he didn't recognize, so at least he was
following protocol... I'll give him credit for that at least...

Michael P. Blanchard
Principal Security Engineer, CISSP, GCIH, CCSA-NGX, MCSE
Cyber Security...

Re: US capitol not in US, according to TSA Blanchard, Michael (InfoSec) (Jul 18)
Sorry Bill, but if you're living in a country, ANY country, you better damn well know what that country's capitol is...

Aren't TSA workers supposed to have at least a High School education?
Aren't TSA workers supposed to be citizens of the US?
ARen't TSA workers supposed to receive training before fondling us?
Aren't TSA workers supposed to be intelligent enough to protect us from bad guys?

Aren't TSA workers...

Re: US capitol not in US, according to TSA Blanchard, Michael (InfoSec) (Jul 18)
"And it's not the first time. USA Today reports that, according to the
Washington Post, a woman flying out of Phoenix in February that her
D.C. driver's license was not acceptable, and asked her to show a
passport. She was also allowed to board after asking to speak to a
supervisor."

http://www.aero-news.net/index.cfm?do=main.textpost&id=fc479042-6939-47a7-b4d9-9624ad70daf2

'Murica!

*sigh*

- ferg

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