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News Report No.
Senate Gets Ready to Ban Kaspersky Products as FBI Interviews Company's
US Employees: (1)
A draft of the "National Defense
Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2018" - which approves the budget and
policies for US defensive projects - outlines a ban on the usage of
Kaspersky Lab software products at DOD facilities under the explanation
that the Russian antivirus vendor "might be vulnerable to Russian
It seems that they are three years behind us.... and they are our
Following is what we published on March 14, 2014 - three years
Now consider the following.
The Internet Anti Virus and Security
system which is now being used as
"a reference" every time one read news about hacking, infections, etc.
is Kaspersky (1)
which is the creation of a Russian cyber specialist - with its Global
This product is being used more and more worldwide. They have many
conveniences - even keeping all your passwords under "lock and key" so
that no hacker can break into your "cookie jar". The problem is
that Kaspersky owns the lock and has a copy of the key of your
Translating: As they gain exposure worldwide, more and more computers
have their "security" system installed thus, more and more computers
are technically at the beck and call of orders from the Russian
Federation. Who is to say that right now, every computer that uses
Kaspersky (ours included!) is not a Zombie Computer that could be
activated from Moscow to do whatever they wish at the click of a mouse?
It is now that I see why God insisted
that I view the movie The Net
back in 1995 (at a time when I was no longer viewing any kind of movies
of faith related ones). When I say "insisted" I mean it - I just could
not get away from avoiding the "hints".
You may want to review the plot now. (2)
In the meantime we are going to change our Internet "Security" System
(1) Kaspersky @ USA
News Report No. 2
Ransomware Attacks Continue in Ukraine with Mysterious WannaCry
A fourth ransomware campaign focused on
Ukraine has surfaced today [June 29, 2017], following some of the
patterns seen in past ransomware campaigns that have been aimed at the
country, such as XData, PScrypt, and the infamous NotPetya.
..... In the past month and a half, Ukraine has been bombarded with
ransomware campaigns. The first was XData (mid-May), the second was
PSCrypt (last week), and then NotPetya (started on Tuesday).
And it will get worse - never better. People need to start facing the
reality that we are on free-fall and that there is no going back.
Report No. 3
shakes up Vatican by replacing conservative doctrinal chief (1)
In a major shake up of the Vatican's
administration on Saturday, Pope Francis replaced Catholicism's top
theologian, a conservative German cardinal who has been at odds with
the pontiff's vision of a more inclusive Church.
A brief Vatican statement said Cardinal Gerhard Ludwig Mueller's
five-year mandate as head of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the
Faith, a key department charged with defending Catholic doctrine, would
not be renewed.
Mueller, 69, who was appointed by former Pope Benedict in 2012, will be
succeeded by the department's number two, Archbishop Luis Francisco
Ladaria, a 73-year-old Spaniard who, like the Argentine pope is a
member of the Jesuit order, is said by those who know him to be a
soft-spoken person who shuns the limelight. Mueller, by contrast, often
appears in the media.
As we recently stated - Francis is getting out of "their" control. It
will be interesting how this chapter of the Apocalypse plays itself out
under the temporarily masterful direction of satan.
Report No. 4
Top papal adviser charged with
sexual assault in blow to Vatican (1)
Australian police charged a top adviser
to Pope Francis with multiple historical sex crimes on Thursday, in a
case that poses a dilemma for a pontiff who has vowed zero tolerance
for such offences.
Cardinal George Pell is the Vatican's de facto treasury minister and is
the highest-ranking Vatican official to be charged with sexual abuse.
He faces "multiple charges in respect of historic sexual offences" from
multiple complainants, said police in the Australian state of Victoria,
where Pell was a country priest in the 1970s.
This other chapter will be interesting!