Re: Decrypt: Cryptographic breakthrough could solve Zcash's biggest flaw

2019-09-12 Thread grarpamp
On 9/11/19, jim bell wrote: > Decrypt: Cryptographic breakthrough could solve Zcash's biggest flaw. > https://decrypt.co/9107/cryptographic-breakthrough-could-solve-zcash Many read and repeat "trusted setup" as broken without bothering to basic learning about Zcash system, ZKP, MPC paramgen, its

What happened with the hacking scene from 90s and the early 00s?

2019-09-12 Thread Georgi Guninski
What happened with the hacking scene from 90s and the early 00s? Off the top of my head, sorry for the missed: 8lgm, gobbles, rfp, http-equiv, Liu (Chinese name) lcamtuf and Solar Designer appear to be big bosses. Recommended reading: Underground, Dreyfus book.

Re: What happened with the hacking scene from 90s and the early 00s?

2019-09-12 Thread coderman
‐‐‐ Original Message ‐‐‐ On Thursday, September 12, 2019 11:55 AM, Georgi Guninski wrote: > What happened with the hacking scene from 90s and the early 00s? what happened is the feds became a recruitment arm for the cyber state. "When one of my clients refused to cooperate with the

Re: Cypherpunks: Jim Bell meets Sumitomo Electric

2019-09-12 Thread Georgi Guninski
On Thu, Sep 12, 2019 at 04:47:49PM +, jim bell wrote: > Jim Bell meets Sumitomo Electric at Seattle.  good luck! if the japanese (fucked fukushima) don't work, try spamming some chinese comrades, i hear they do cheap hardware. at worst you will find one more way that doesn't work.

Re: Stingrays in D.C.

2019-09-12 Thread coderman
‐‐‐ Original Message ‐‐‐ On Thursday, September 12, 2019 5:39 PM, Se7en wrote: > I expected Israel to do such a thing, however this is nothing new. A > 2017 study found that nearly every single embassy in the Washington DC > Area had Stingray Devices with the assumed goal of spying on

Re: OOPSIE! ICE Fails To Properly Redact Document, Reveals Location Of Future 'Urban Warfare' Training Facility

2019-09-12 Thread coderman
‐‐‐ Original Message ‐‐‐ On Thursday, September 12, 2019 4:43 AM, Douglas Lucas wrote: > Redaction errors from .gov are surprisingly common. > > The court reporter at Barrett Brown's first (of two) sentencing hearing > provided a transcript of that proceeding. The PDF included black >

Re: Cypherpunks: Jim Bell meets Sumitomo Electric

2019-09-12 Thread coderman
‐‐‐ Original Message ‐‐‐ On Thursday, September 12, 2019 4:47 PM, jim bell wrote: ... > Into this 30 year+ competition I come, like a veritable bull in the technical > china-shop. I got the attention of Sumitomo by using LinkedIn to send about > 100 of their employees on Monday (as

Re: Stingrays in D.C. - Stingrays in your backyard

2019-09-12 Thread coderman
‐‐‐ Original Message ‐‐‐ On Thursday, September 12, 2019 5:50 PM, coderman wrote: > ... In some cases, the device might force every phone in range to drop to a > 2G connection. This may still allow 911 calls to take place, but almost any > other form of communication will be

Re: Stingrays in D.C. - Stingrays in your backyard

2019-09-12 Thread John Young
Yep, and much of the counterespionage. At 02:00 PM 9/12/2019, you wrote: ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐ Original Message ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐ On Thursday, September 12, 2019 5:50 PM, coderman wrote: > ... In some cases, the device might force every phone in range to drop to a 2G connection. This

Cypherpunks: Jim Bell meets Sumitomo Electric

2019-09-12 Thread jim bell
Jim Bell meets Sumitomo Electric at Seattle.   I am driving to Seattle today to meet executives from Sumitomo Electric.  https://global-sei.com/     They are one of the major manufacturers of optical waveguides.  (fiber optics).   https://global-sei.com/products/optical-fiber/      Sumitomo

Re: Stingrays in D.C.

2019-09-12 Thread Se7en
I expected Israel to do such a thing, however this is nothing new. A 2017 study found that nearly every single embassy in the Washington DC Area had Stingray Devices with the assumed goal of spying on members of Congress. On 19-09-12 17:14:51, jim bell wrote: > Israel accused of planting

Re: Stingrays in D.C.

2019-09-12 Thread John Young
Isn't it SOP to plant bogus devices/programs (land, water, space, online) and spooks (gov, com, edu, NGO, online) ubiquitously to camouflage the genuine? Leaking, boting, hacking, searching, freebeeing. TORing, encrypting (white, gray, black) prime smoke and mirrors. One view is that

Stingrays in D.C.

2019-09-12 Thread jim bell
Israel accused of planting mysterious spy devices near the White House https://news.yahoo.com/israel-accused-planting-mysterious-spy-091431074.html

Re: Cypherpunks: Jim Bell meets Sumitomo Electric

2019-09-12 Thread grarpamp
On 9/12/19, jim bell wrote: > Jim Bell meets Sumitomo Electric at Seattle. In addition to protecting your interest... Be sure to negotiate... on behalf of the Worldwide Mesh and Guerrilla Network P2P Community... donations of all their off-spec reject spools of fiber that are otherwise

SIMJacker: Remote SMS Exploits Your Phone... GSM SDR Fuzzing, Location, ID, Firmware, Apps, Baseband

2019-09-12 Thread grarpamp
https://simjacker.com/ https://simjacker.com/downloads/briefingpapers/AdaptiveMobile-Security_Simjacker-Briefing-Paper.pdf https://www.adaptivemobile.com/blog/simjacker-next-generation-spying-over-mobile https://player.vimeo.com/video/359352481 https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=20951578

Re: Stingrays in D.C.

2019-09-12 Thread grarpamp
On 9/12/19, John Young wrote: > One view is that counterspying far outweighs spying, that > spying is a minority feed for the majority gluttonous paranoriacs. Late cryptocurrency adoption by gluttonous gov com edu moons wealth of cypherpunks who will then outweigh the outweight of the counterspy

Firearms: US Corps Knee and Cheapout do Nothing to Help Solve Anything

2019-09-12 Thread grarpamp
More news on the precrime criminal making life destroyers, BigCorpTech database tracking for Gov and Corp contract dollars creating confiscation registries everywhere, false NLP assertions as to what "the public" wants, and "we corps shall spend no funds or effort on actual free anon

Re: SIMJacker: Remote SMS Exploits Your Phone... GSM SDR Fuzzing, Location, ID, Firmware, Apps, Baseband

2019-09-12 Thread grarpamp
thread tagged: stingray

Re: What happened with the hacking scene from 90s and the early 00s?

2019-09-12 Thread grarpamp
> feds ... recruitment ... coerced ... cyber state Or simply sold out to corp $$$. Or to play beyond top secret. > go to europe or asia for authentic hacking cultures! For those that want IRL facetime vision feels, bier and sake. Or immerse in sound of darknet cicadas...

Shodan FOIPA Bot [ex: Fails To Redact Doc, Reveals]

2019-09-12 Thread grarpamp
On 9/12/19, coderman wrote: > this technique to search for PDF court > documents with "CONFIDENTIAL", "PROPRIETARY" keywords and used the same > trick to un-redact the telco information regarding fiber plats, routes > (rights of way), and capacities. > ... i really want a shodan for shoddy

Cryptocurrency: Random Coin Reading

2019-09-12 Thread grarpamp
https://github.com/globatio/wiki/wiki/Whitepaper A fast decentralized distributed ledger would be highly resilient while allowing the distributed consensus to support very fast transactions and new applications. Whereas, many projects either choose proof-of-work or proof-of-stack for consensus and