Thursday, June 20, 2019

Facebook's Whatsapp not as secure as they tell you?

Corporations tell you (the consumer) how secure their products are, first and foremost in order for you to purchase them so the corporations obtain a high ROI (Return On Investment) on the technology.

But are their products really that secure?

Do they tell you the whole story?

In the case of Samsung's new Galaxy S10's facial recognition, it can be easily bypassed with a good quality mugshot.

But Samsung did not tell you this, the 'researchers' or techies did.

SURELY the boffins at Samsung did the same test, but they would have swept that one under the lino.

So what's Facebook not telling you about Whatsapp?

(above article source: abc.net.au)

Briefly:-

That it can be hacked by Cellebrite, as stated in their documentation.

See Release Notes from May 2019 at:
https://cf-media.cellebrite.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/ReleaseNotes_UFED_PA_7.18.pdf


Government players will always downplay how easily hackable software/hardware is, in order to lull the serfs into a false sense of security.

Should you really trust Mark Zuckerberg given the Cambridge Analytica scandal?

We do not recommend the use of Whatsapp, for allegedly 'secure' communication.

Why you should never use Facebook's cryptocurrency


Very briefly:

It is hard enough to trust domestic terrorists governments with your private and confidential information, where in today's day and age since they've digitised it, external sources have easier access to it.

Dodgy corporations like Facebook (Cambridge Analytical scandal, just one example) do not have the world's most trusted administration staff (i.e. cheap dodgy (slave) labour), who have the necessary police clearance to deal with your private and confidential information, e.g. Driver Licence.



Should there be a security breach, then the company would resort to coy responses with vague descriptions hidden behind terms that realistically do not mean anything tangible.

No single person should give Facebook their private and confidential data, let alone willingly digitise their corporate identification card (e.g. Driver Licence) to travel via the interwebs* to Facebook's servers where they can use this information in a way that is unknown to you.

We do not recommend the use of Facebook's cryptocurrency.

But unfortunately many people if not hundreds of millions may use this service.

* deliberately incorrect term, taken from pop culture.
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Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Do you really need 5G on your phone?

Currently on the Australian idiot box (tv) Telstra are showing a really great advertisement (polluting the air waves) promoting the new Samsung Galaxy S10 with the capacity for 5G speed, but do you really need this speed on your mobile phone?


But there's one small problem...

They don't tell you how much they're going to bleed you dry.

So, a quick interwebs search reveals:


On the technicality of downloading video content on your phone, a quick search will reveal that;

Super HD video needs 7 - 12Mbps (Megabits per second),
HD quality video needs 5Mbps, according to Netflix and
4K video, a quality that the S10 cannot display (3040 x 1440) needs 25Mbps.

3G or rather HSPA+ (3.5G) in Australia has a theoretical maximum speed of 21.6Mbps with a real network speed of approx 12Mbps.

With 4G, 100Mbps is not unreachable.

5G has a theoretical maximum speed of 10,000Mbps, where apparently Telstra's speed test on the S10 5G shows 1.2Gbps (Gigabits per second).

So do you really need 5G on your phone?

Well technically no, but the corporations need to push the technology so they can make maximum profit from their product.

Where by the time 5G rolls out the NBN Australian taxpayers and consumers overpaid for will be obsolete, where the agenda is for 5G wireless routers to be attached to every street corner or light post.

But the corporate slaves will be so proud of their new Samsung S10 5G, for no real reason at all.  

One fundamental thing wrong with Australia(n people)

When the authorities play up over the seas in an ex-colony:

Meanwhile in colonial Australia:


231 years and 05 months of slave mentality conditioning.

Australia's dodgy real estate industry

How to spot a dodgy property?



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Police to get cheap land in the police state?

One of the most logical steps (to those in government) is to give their protectors cheap land.

After all they deserve it, keeping those in government (as opposed to the serfs) well protected.

As the speaker of the house mentioned that the first job of a government its to keep its people safe.


The 'brotherhood' supporting its own.

Made up 'officers' to punish the unruly serfs in the colony Australia

The (penal) colony government has run out of ways to punish their slave population, so now the 'authorities' are resulting to made up crimes so people can now have (magical) powers to enforce this criminal activity ... on the football field.

'straya the lucky country, 'cause it sure is not a cleaver one.

The policies just keep getting better and better.