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Rothschild hereda una patente de semiconductores al desaparecer el MH37

Posted by iscariotes em 11 de maio de 2014

Fonte: RT

Cuatro días después de que el vuelo MH370 desapareciese, una patente de semiconductores fue aprobada por la oficina de patentes de EE.UU.

La patente se divide en partes de un 20% entre cinco titulares. Uno de los titulares es la propia empresa, Freescale Semiconductor, de Austin, Texas (EE.UU.), y los otros cuatro, empleados chinos de la compañía: Peidong Wang, Zhijun Chen, Zhijong Cheng y Li Ying, todos ellos de la ciudad de Suzhou. Y todos ellos pasajeros del avión de Malaysia Airlines desaparecido el 8 de marzo, según Eternity.

Si el titular de la patente muere, los demás titulares compartirán equitativamente los dividendos de la persona fallecida, siempre y cuando no se dispute en su testamento. Si cuatro de los cinco titulares de la patente mueren, entonces el titular de la patente que queda con vida consigue el 100% de la patente. Ese titular de la patente restante es la empresa Freescale Semiconductor.

¿A quién pertenece Freescale Semiconductor? La respuesta es: a Jacob Rothschild. El multimillonario británico es el propietario de la empresa Blackstone, la cual a su vez posee la compañía Freescale.

Varias especulaciones en la Red ya han prestan atención a este circunstancia.

Los Rothschild son una dinastía de financistas y banqueros internacionales de origen judeoalemán. La familia es desde el siglo XIX uno de los más influyentes linajes de banqueros y financieros de Europa.

En http://actualidad.rt.com/actualidad/view/123046-rothschild-hereda-patente-semiconductores-avion-malasio

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F.B.I. Informant Is Tied to Cyberattacks Abroad

Posted by iscariotes em 6 de maio de 2014

Fonte: NY Times

WASHINGTON — An informant working for the F.B.I. coordinated a 2012 campaign of hundreds of cyberattacks on foreign websites, including some operated by the governments of Iran, Syria, Brazil and Pakistan, according to documents and interviews with people involved in the attacks.

Exploiting a vulnerability in a popular web hosting software, the informant directed at least one hacker to extract vast amounts of data — from bank records to login information — from the government servers of a number of countries and upload it to a server monitored by the F.B.I., according to court statements.

The details of the 2012 episode have, until now, been kept largely a secret in closed sessions of a federal court in New York and heavily redacted documents. While the documents do not indicate whether the F.B.I. directly ordered the attacks, they suggest that the government may have used hackers to gather intelligence overseas even as investigators were trying to dismantle hacking groups like Anonymous and send computer activists away for lengthy prison terms.

The attacks were coordinated by Hector Xavier Monsegur, who used the Internet alias Sabu and became a prominent hacker within Anonymous for a string of attacks on high-profile targets, including PayPal and MasterCard. By early 2012, Mr. Monsegur of New York had been arrested by the F.B.I. and had already spent months working to help the bureau identify other members of Anonymous, according to previously disclosed court papers.

One of them was Jeremy Hammond, then 27, who, like Mr. Monsegur, had joined a splinter hacking group from Anonymous called Antisec. The two men had worked together in December 2011 to sabotage the computer servers of Stratfor Global Intelligence, a private intelligence firm based in Austin, Tex.

Shortly after the Stratfor incident, Mr. Monsegur, 30, began supplying Mr. Hammond with lists of foreign websites that might be vulnerable to sabotage, according to Mr. Hammond, in an interview, and chat logs between the two men. The New York Times petitioned the court last year to have those documents unredacted, and they were submitted to the court last week with some of the redactions removed.

“After Stratfor, it was pretty much out of control in terms of targets we had access to,” Mr. Hammond said during an interview this month at a federal prison in Kentucky, where he is serving a 10-year sentence after pleading guilty to the Stratfor operation and other computer attacks inside the United States. He has not been charged with any crimes in connection with the hacks against foreign countries.

Mr. Hammond would not disclose the specific foreign government websites that he said Mr. Monsegur had asked him to attack, one of the terms of a protective order imposed by the judge. The names of the targeted countries are also redacted from court documents.

But according to an uncensored version of a court statement by Mr. Hammond, leaked online the day of his sentencing in November, the target list was extensive and included more than 2,000 Internet domains. The document said Mr. Monsegur had directed Mr. Hammond to hack government websites in Iran, Nigeria, Pakistan, Turkey and Brazil and other government sites, like those of the Polish Embassy in Britain and the Ministry of Electricity in Iraq.

An F.B.I. spokeswoman declined to comment, as did lawyers for Mr. Monsegur and Mr. Hammond.

Em http://www.nytimes.com/2014/04/24/world/fbi-informant-is-tied-to-cyberattacks-abroad.html?_r=0

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