14 May 2021

QR code mandatory? Your data can be used for criminal purposes.

As a result of the recent ‘failure of government’ with regards to an alleged ‘case’ in Victoria, the retaliation by government could be to suggest the solution that being the mandatory use of QR code scanning by consumers prior to engaging in commerce with a business.

There’s a few problems with that.

Firstly making such an action mandatory is illegal, see Section 94H of the Privacy Act 1988, even though this refers to an app, where the purpose of the QR code scan is the same as the app.

The person that allegedly tested positive was tested by an inaccurate procedure used by the government, see references below.

The action of QR code scanning had nothing to do with the failure of government in relation to the so called ‘case’.

The ASD (Australian Signals Directorate) warns that scanning QR code can lead to your data being used for criminal purposes.

Prior to scanning ANY QR code, here are just some questions that need to be answered:

- If one is required at law to perform an action, where one does not have the required equipment, will the government provide that person with the required equipment?

- Where does your data go once you’ve scanned?

- Can you obtain the ‘source code’ from the website in relation to where your data is distributed/stored?

- Did the website business obtain government protocols on how to handle the data?

- What penalties are in force if there is 'mismanagement' of data?

- Can you obtain a PDS (Product Disclosure Statement) PRIOR to scanning the code?

(as you are entering into a business transaction with an EXTERNAL entity, where you are not given the full ‘Terms & Conditions’ in relation to this new transaction i.e. scanning the QR code)

In relation to the government's claim that the person is a COVID-19 'case', what number of cycles were used in his test?

The government may say to you that an action is not 'mandatory' but if you do not comply, you will receive an exorbitant /disproportionate fine.

The people in government are human rights abusers, remembering that the Victorian premier Daniel Andrews stated that it's not about human rights (with regards to new law being put in place, where in fact the law MUST be in line with human rights, and signed off that it is).

The people in government commit many illegal and criminal actions, where it is up to you to catch them out make it public knowledge, and put the matter before the courts, in order to 'keep the bastards honest'.

See references:




See document, Quick Response codes in a COVID-19 Environment (November 2020):


See article of the headline: COVID test useless: “Faith in Quick Test Leads to Epidemic"


See article of the headline: Australia's COVID-19 tests a farce?


12 May 2021

Alleged Victorian case a FAILURE OF GOVERNMENT

According to the government, the state of Victoria has recorded an alleged COVID-19 ‘case’, that being a person who allegedly has the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

Remembering that the state recorded a zero for quite some time, meaning that no one in the community had the virus, where the people were told once before that we ‘eliminated’ the virus.

Since the cat is out of the bag with relation to this person being from overseas, the government failed to take the appropriate measure to safeguard the general population, that's assuming the person actually has the virus.

The more important aspect is that the testing done is factually inaccurate.

If you have been tested for ‘covid’ it is your right or rather your duty to obtain the result, and not an SMS or verbal message whether you are positive or negative.

This is how your covid test result should look like:

('Customer' details have been blocked out)

After all, you’ve heard the saying that is used on you by those in position of power?

“Nothing to hide, nothing to fear”, right?

ASK how many cycles was the test carried out at.

DEMAND that to be in the report.

Since the ‘case’ result is a farce, why do the people have to be punished by a government failure?

Why must there be a mandate for people to wear a mask, if this is a useless exercise?

Why must people's movements be restricted if that has nothing to do with us?

See also:



10 May 2021

Why did Melb tower lockdown class action lawyer really lose her livelihood?

According to its motherland, the colony we call Australia is a legal ‘basket case’.

From instances like the ‘Queen of Australia’, the Australia Act 1986 (yeah, which one), Constitution Act 1975 (Vic), Citizenship Act 1948, ‘Ch. III courts’ and other occurrences in Australia’s timeline, they're all done beyond the powers granted to the colony.

Contrary to popular belief and ‘false advertising’ by those in government, there is no separation of powers.

Separation of powers is supposed to exist within the tree tiers of government, that being;

1). The Executive, Governors, Governor General, the Queen,

2). Parliament, MPs bureaucrats,

3). The judicature, i.e. the people involved in the administration of justice, including the police.

The separation of powers do not exist when people from the above 3 tiers belong to the ‘brotherhood’, whether it be Freemasons, Fabians or even the cult called Hillsong Church.

Whatever oath of office is taken it’s subverted by the brotherhood’s oath, which is technically illegal, but as we know ‘everything is legal, until you get caught’, well that saying applies to some.

Headlines were made when a Melbourne lawyer (i.e. an officer of the court), lodged a class action lawsuit against the unlawful lockdown of residents in housing commission accommodation, i.e. the ‘vulnerable’.

The moment it was lodged within the courts, her ability to earn a living was taken from her by the VLSB (Victorian Legal Services Board), where the legal enforceability is in question.

See: https://lsbc.vic.gov.au/about-us/board-and-commissioner/record

As usual this topic gained traction on social media, by people who are referred to as Facebook lawyers, meaning a derogatory term for people who have an incorrect opinion on law, irrespective of their legal qualifications.

So, a person, let’s call him Greyham drew attention to this lawyer’s case being in the Family Court that being “Kocak & Fahri [2020] FamCA 652 (10 August 2020)”, where he stated that the lawyer “started to grift to vulnerable potential clients”.

To make it even more absurd, good ol’ Grey’s mentality is that the Austlii document is the court’s (i.e. the FCA's) document, which it is not.

In any event we pity anyone trying to obtain some legal advice from good ol’ ‘Greyham’.

So back to the brotherhood, they struck with a premeditated vengeance against the Melbourne based lawyer from AdvocateMe, in order to teach others not to go against the system.

Some other mildly retarded people on social media will say that the lawyers in the Lawyer X, Informer 3838 matter exposed corruption and nothing happened to them.

Sure, but what also Ms. Serene Teffaha exposed was that with regards to that matter, was the support of paedophiles by the Family Court.

With reference to the matter that was in the spotlight on social media by ol’ Grey, ‘judge’ Nora Hartnett facilitated children to be in the hands of an [accused] paedophile.

The matter also navigates through international borders, which is an embarrassment to the Australian Government.

See also:


See Austlii reference:


Ms. Teffaha is also known for exposing corruption within the ATO in 2012:

See link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6MWLwXTxuVY

Consumer Warning: Apple AirTag can be hacked and reprogrammed to cause mischief

Researcher finds that the Apple AirTag can be hacked and reprogrammed to cause mischief 

A German researcher by the name of stacksmashing disseminated a tweet about his success hacking the Apple AirTag item tracker. He reversed-engineered the microcontroller on the device (although he bricked two AppleTag units while attempting to do this) and re-flashed the microcontroller allowing him to make some changes to the AirTag's functionality. The change made had to do with the URL that appears on a notification when an AirTag in Lost Mode is tapped by an NFC-enabled smartphone (iOS or Android).

When an AirTag is placed in Lost Mode, it sends out signals that can be picked up by the close to 1 billion active Apple devices world wide. When an AirTag is discovered by this "Find My" network," placing the AirTag close to an iPhone or an NFC-enabled Android device will open a notification redirecting the person finding the lost tag to a website (found.apple.com). Hopefully the owner of the missing object remembered to add his contact information including a phone number and a message.

Here's where the hack comes in. The German researcher changed the URL on the notification. Instead of telling the person who discovered the lost AirTag about the found.apple.com site, the notification promoted the researcher's web site and included his URL.

This should be alarming to Apple because the AirTag hack might allow someone to stalk a particular AirTag user. Apple already sends out an alert when an AirTag that doesn't belong is discovered "traveling" with a family. As for the possibility that an AirTag can be hacked to create a security problem, it looks like it has proven to be very possible and Apple will need to respond.

09 May 2021

A whopping 128 million iOS users worldwide installed malware on their iPhones back in 2015

Emails that have been published as part of the Epic Games v. Apple trial have revealed that back in 2015, 128 million iOS users installed 2,500+ infected apps that were affected by the XcodeGhost malware. The malware was placed inside apps that appeared to be legitimate and at the time it was believed to be the largest hack against iPhone users based on the number of people affected. Of the aforementioned 128 million users impacted, 18 million were from the U.S.

128 million iOS users installed 2500+ malware infected apps in 2015 including popular titles like WeChat and Angry Birds 2

The malware was used to mine data from iOS users and Dale Bagwell, Apple's manager of iTunes customer experience, said that there were 203 million downloads of the those 2500+ malware-laden apps. Another Apple employee wrote in an email that "China represents 55% of customers and 66% of downloads. As you can see, a significant number (18 million customers) are affected in the US."

The malware was supposed to be able to grab personal information from victims including the name of the infected app, the name and type of the device, network information and more. In its FAQ site, Apple wrote, "we’re not aware of personally identifiable customer data being impacted and the code also did not have the ability to request customer credentials to gain iCloud and other service passwords," and that the "malicious code could only have been able to deliver some general information such as the apps and general system information."

Other emails indicated that Apple was trying to figure out the importance of the hack, and how it would tell the victims about it. Matt Fischer, Apple's vice president for the App Store, wondered whether Apple wanted to send an email to all of its customers affected by the hack. Fischer wrote, "Note that this will pose some challenges in terms of language localizations of the email, since the downloads of these apps took place in a wide variety of App Store storefronts around the world."

Bagwell responded that alerting all of the potential victims could be a problem, and that sending an email to each of the victims could take some time. While Apple said that it would tell every victim of the hack, that apparently wasn't the case. And back in 2015, Apple said in an FAQ online (that can no longer be found) that "We’re working closely with developers to get impacted apps back on the App Store as quickly as possible for customers to enjoy."

Security firm Lookout said at the time that, "XcodeGhost’s creators repackaged Xcode installers with the malicious code and published links to the installer on many popular forums for iOS/OS X developers." Lookout explained that "Developers were enticed into downloading this tampered version of Xcode because it would download much faster in China than the official version of Xcode from Apple’s Mac App Store."

Some of the apps that contained the XcodeGhost malware included popular titles at the time such as WeChat, and the Chinese version of Angry Birds 2. While the malware did impact a large number of users, the malware itself was not considered sophisticated or dangerous.

Source: phonearena.com