Fwd: Linux Journal: Awesome Tech Magazine or Extremist Forum?

From: Jonathan Calloway 
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Begin forwarded message:

> From: Linux Journal 
> Subject: Linux Journal: Awesome Tech Magazine or Extremist Forum?
> Date: July 8, 2014 at 8:00:46 AM EDT
> To: jonathancalloway@epbfi.com
> Reply-To: Linux Journal =

>=20
> Linux Journal: Awesome Tech Magazine or Extremist Forum?
> =20
>=20
> NSA: Linux Journal is an "extremist forum" and its readers get flagged =
for extra surveillance
> by Kyle Rankin
> A new story published on the German site Tagesschau and followed up by =
BoingBoing and DasErste.de has uncovered some shocking details about who =
the NSA targets for surveillance including visitors to Linux Journal =
itself.
>=20
> While it has been revealed before that the NSA captures just about all =
Internet traffic for a short time, the Tagesschau story provides new =
details about how the NSA's XKEYSCORE program decides which traffic to =
keep indefinitely. XKEYSCORE uses specific selectors to flag traffic, =
and the article reveals that Web searches for Tor and Tails--software =
I've covered here in Linux Journal that helps to protect a user's =
anonymity and privacy on the Internet--are among the selectors that will =
flag you as "extremist" and targeted for further surveillance. If you =
just consider how many Linux Journal readers have read our Tor and Tails =
coverage in the magazine, that alone would flag quite a few innocent =
people as extremist.
>=20
> While that is troubling in itself, even more troubling to readers on =
this site is that linuxjournal.com has been flagged as a selector! =
DasErste.de has published the relevant XKEYSCORE source code, and if you =
look closely at the rule definitions, you will see =
linuxjournal.com/content/linux* listed alongside Tails and Tor. =
According to an article on DasErste.de, the NSA considers Linux Journal =
an "extremist forum". This means that merely looking for any Linux =
content on Linux Journal, not just content about anonymizing software or =
encryption, is considered suspicious and means your Internet traffic may =
be stored indefinitely.
>=20
> One of the biggest questions these new revelations raise is why. Up =
until this point, I would imagine most Linux Journal readers had =
considered the NSA revelations as troubling but figured the NSA would =
never be interested in them personally. Now we know that just visiting =
this site makes you a target. While we may never know for sure what it =
is about Linux Journal in particular, the Boing Boing article speculates =
that it might be to separate out people on the Internet who know how to =
be private from those who don't so it can capture communications from =
everyone with privacy know-how. If that's true, it seems to go much =
further to target anyone with Linux know-how.
>=20
> It's bad news to all of us who use and read about Linux on a daily =
basis, but fortunately we aren't completely helpless. Earlier in the =
year I started a series on security, privacy and anonymity in my Hack =
and / column that included articles on how to use the Tor browser bundle =
and Tails. With either piece of software in place, you can browse Linux =
Journal (and the rest of the Internet) in private.
>=20
> Read this and other privacy-related stories at LinuxJournal.com.
>=20
> A Bundle of Tor
> Tails above the Rest: the Installation
> Tails above the Rest, Part II
> Are you an extremist?
> Dolphins in the NSA Dragnet
> Are you an extremist?
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Fwd: GovDeals - 4 CISCO SWITCHES 19 SERVERS AND MORE

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Meeting Tonight at Downtown Library: 4th Floor

From: Mike Harrison 
------------------------------------------------------

Last reminder. Really. Be there.

WHAT:    A Lawyer under Fire at a Chugalug

WHEN:    Tuesday, November 27th 2012
          Presentation at 6pm, doors open at 5:30

WHERE:   http://4thfloor.chattlibrary.org/
          Chattanooga Public Library
          1001 Broad Street, Chattanooga TN 37402


Agenda:  Ed Nanney,   http://www.nanneylaw.com/
          Will be addressing intellectual property, IT law.
          Estimate: 30 minute presentation, 30+ minutes Q&A
          starting at 6pm.

Questions/topics that have been raised:

          EULAs for websites/software
          Legality of BitCoins and other private monetary systems
          Copyright and other intellectual property issue

This meeting is being hosted by Nancy Harrison and Jason Brown.

=================================================================

Using the massive financial resources of Chugalug (none), and some
sponsorship by benefactors, a couple of pizzas and beverages (non-alcoholic)
will be donated.  Feel free to promote yourself to benefactor level by
bringing something consumable to share.  The intention is to hold your
hunger over for the post-meeting meeting at the Pickle Barrel or other
establishment nearby for more sustenance, camaraderie and revelry.

Chugalug is the Chattanooga Unix Gnu Android Linux User Group.
It is one of the older Linux centric user groups in the world, 
with members from many corners of it.

Lawyer Under Fire by Chugalug: Meeting Reminder - Tuesday Nov 27th.

From: Mike Harrison 
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I'm sure that once the Thanksgiving food coma wears off, you will have
forgotten this epic meeting was coming up. They have seating for 50 setup,
and room for hundreds more.. Be there.

--------------------------------------------------------------
WHAT:    A Lawyer under Fire at a Chugalug

WHEN:    Tuesday, November 27th 2012
          Presentation at 6pm, doors open at 5:30

WHERE:   http://4thfloor.chattlibrary.org/
          Chattanooga Public Library
          1001 Broad Street, Chattanooga TN 37402


Agenda:  Ed Nanney,   http://www.nanneylaw.com/
          Will be addressing intellectual property, IT law.
          Estimate: 30 minute presentation, 30+ minutes Q&A
          starting at 6pm.

Questions/topics that have been raised:

          EULAs for websites/software
          Legality of BitCoins and other private monetary systems
          Copyright and other intellectual property issue

This meeting is being hosted by Nancy Harrison and Jason Brown.

=================================================================

Using the massive financial resources of Chugalug (none), and some
sponsorship by benefactors, a couple of pizzas and beverages (non-alcoholic)
will be donated.  Feel free to promote yourself to benefactor level by
bringing something consumable to share.  The intention is to hold your
hunger over for the post-meeting meeting at the Pickle Barrel or other
establishment nearby for more sustenance, camaraderie and revelry.

Chugalug is the Chattanooga Unix Gnu Android Linux User Group.
It is one of the older Linux centric user groups in the world, 
with members from many corners of it.

A Lawyer Under Fire by Chugalug: Meeting Announcement

From: Mike Harrison 
------------------------------------------------------

WHAT:    An actual Chugalug meeting, with a real presentation!

WHEN:    Tuesday, November 27th 2012
          Presentation at 6pm, doors open at 5:30

WHERE:   http://4thfloor.chattlibrary.org/
          Chattanooga Public Library
          1001 Broad Street, Chattanooga TN 37402


Agenda:  Ed Nanney,   http://www.nanneylaw.com/
          Will be addressing intellectual property, IT law.
          Estimate: 30 minute presentation, 30 minutes Q&A
          starting at 6pm.

Questions/topics that have been raised:

          EULAs for websites/software
          Legality of BitCoins and other private monetary systems
          Copyright and other intellectual property issue

===========================================================

Using the massive financial resources of Chugalug (none), and some
sponsorship by benefactors, a couple of pizzas and beverages (non-alcoholic)
will be donated.  Feel free to promote yourself to benefactor level by
bringing something consumable to share.  The intention is to hold your
hunger over for the post-meeting meeting at the Pickle Barrel or other
establishment nearby for more sustenance, camaraderie and revelry.

Nancy took the lead on this after a Chugalunch a few weeks ago
and arranged everything.. Knowing her penchant for titles, I propose
that instead of being President of Chugalug for November, she is
Princess of Chugalug for November.

Spread the word, lets have a fun get together with lots of people. :)






Copyright alert system

From: Christopher Rimondi 
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A story broke a couple of weeks ago about ISP's voluntarily participating
in a copyright alert system.

http://thehill.com/blogs/hillicon-valley/technology/262315-internet-providers-set-to-crack-down-on-illegal-file-sharing

 Essentially, intellectual property holders will flag an IP address for
peer-to-peer sharing and let the ISP know. The ISP will then send alerts to
suspected users letting them know they have been flagged. They might also
put them in a "walled-garden" where they will force fed "educational
material" that they must read before leaving. Two questions for anyone who
might know.

1. What is the nature of the alerts? HTTP redirects, DNS redirects, Java
script inserted into legitimate pages? I couldn't seem to find anything on
this.
2. Why would ISPs voluntarily participate in a program like this? I have a
few guesses such as it will save them from future litigation or the content
owners are paying them directly. But, does anyone have evidence on why they
are doing this?

I have heard this referred to as "SOPA-lite".

Thanks,

Chris

-- 
Chris Rimondi | http://twitter.com/crimondi

RE: Corporations now hacking people?

From: Garrett Gaston 
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What's honeypot guys? I was viewing a lot of my old chug emails.
 Date: Wed=2C 19 Oct 2011 16:49:43 -0400
Subject: Re: [Chugalug] Corporations now hacking people?
From: chris.rimondi@gmail.com
To: chugalug@chugalug.org

I will be downer here but you should be careful what you do with honeypots.=
  If it really does get pwnd and starts to host illegal content or attack o=
ther machines you might get a visit from LE.


On Wed=2C Oct 19=2C 2011 at 10:35 AM=2C Ashley Wilson  wrote:

http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9220969/Duqu

GigTank begins! (fwd)

From: Mike Harrison 
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Forwarded so you can participate in the fray:



Date: Fri, 25 May 2012 16:05:29 +0000
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7-12:American ISPs to launch massive copyright spying scheme

From: Rod-Lists 
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Anyone heard anything about this?
http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2012/03/15/american-isps-to-launch-massive-copyright-spying-scheme-on-july-12/

EPB issue

From: James Nylen 
------------------------------------------------------
I was having this issue with EPB earlier today:

james@computron:~$ time sudo ifup eth0
Internet Systems Consortium DHCP Client V3.1.3
Copyright 2004-2009 Internet Systems Consortium.
All rights reserved.
For info, please visit https://www.isc.org/software/dhcp/

Listening on LPF/eth0/00:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
Sending on   LPF/eth0/00:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
Sending on   Socket/fallback
DHCPDISCOVER on eth0 to 255.255.255.255 port 67 interval 3
DHCPOFFER of my.dhcp.ip.addr from epb.gateway.subnet.2
DHCPREQUEST of my.dhcp.ip.addr on eth0 to 255.255.255.255 port 67
DHCPREQUEST of my.dhcp.ip.addr on eth0 to 255.255.255.255 port 67
DHCPDISCOVER on eth0 to 255.255.255.255 port 67 interval 3
DHCPOFFER of my.dhcp.ip.addr from epb.gateway.subnet.3
DHCPREQUEST of my.dhcp.ip.addr on eth0 to 255.255.255.255 port 67
DHCPREQUEST of my.dhcp.ip.addr on eth0 to 255.255.255.255 port 67
DHCPREQUEST of my.dhcp.ip.addr on eth0 to 255.255.255.255 port 67
DHCPDISCOVER on eth0 to 255.255.255.255 port 67 interval 3
DHCPOFFER of my.dhcp.ip.addr from epb.gateway.subnet.2
DHCPREQUEST of my.dhcp.ip.addr on eth0 to 255.255.255.255 port 67
DHCPACK of my.dhcp.ip.addr from epb.gateway.subnet.3
bound to my.dhcp.ip.addr -- renewal in 41467 seconds.
ssh stop/waiting
ssh start/running, process 25501

real    0m31.420s
user    0m0.010s
sys    0m0.020s

Any thoughts on what may have been going on?  I thought it was odd that it
took so long for me to get an address (waiting after DHCPREQUEST sent each
time), and that the DHCPOFFERs came from two different addresses (x.x.x.2
and x.x.x.3).

Yay Swiss

From: Dee Holtsclaw 
------------------------------------------------------
Noticed this on /. over the weekend ...

http://www.reghardware.com/2011/12/05/swiss

Rep. Chuck Fleischmann's response to my inquiry on SOPA and PROTECT-IP

From: Lynn Dixon 
------------------------------------------------------
All,
Below is the response I got back from Rep. Chuck Fleischmann or someone
from his office on my inquiry on SOPA.  It looks as if taking a more
balanced approach at the legislation.  You can be the judge.
Note: My first name is Gary, so that is why its addressed as it is.

------------------BEGIN COPY-PASTA-------------------------------

Dear Gary:



Thank you for contacting me with your concerns about the Stop Online Piracy
Act.  I appreciate hearing your thoughts about online intellectual
property,and I am honored to be your Representative in Congress.



As you may know, H.R. 3261 the Stop Online Piracy Act was recently
introduced by Rep. Lamar Smith, where it was referred to the House
Committee on the Judiciary. Companion legislation in the Senate, S. 968,
the Preventing Real Online Threats to Economic Creativity and Theft of
Intellectual Property Act of 2011 (PROTECT-IP) was introduced by Senator
Patrick Leahy and is pending on the Senate Legislative Calendar under
General Orders.    This legislation would give the federal government
expanded authority to pursue websites which provide pirated or counterfeit
content.



This new legislation would be a substantial change from the current method
of "notice and take down," which is currently used to enforce copyright
infringement issues.  For this reason, concerns have been raised about
excessive government regulation of internet speech, especially for user
uploaded websites such as YouTube and Facebook.  These are legitimate
concerns, and I look forward to working with my colleagues on the House
Committee on the Judiciary to ensure that the needs of copyright protection
are balanced with the First Amendment Rights of Americans.



Although this legislation is still pending in the House Committee on the
Judiciary, you can rest assured that I will keep your concerns in mind
should this legislation arrive on the House floor. Thank you again for your
concern about this important issue, and please do not hesitate to let me
know if I may be of additional assistance in the future.



Sincerely,

Chuck Fleischmann
Member of Congress

-----------------------END COPY-PASTA-----------------------------

Corporations now hacking people?

From: Adam Jimerson 
------------------------------------------------------
I just got an interesting email from my server running fail2ban it seems
that someone from 210.63.39.81 was trying to get into my system via SSH and
got banned,
they didn't get very far trying to use the "admin", "nobody", and "root" (I
have SSH as root disabled in my configurations).  The whois for the IP
returns this:

% [whois.apnic.net node-2]
% Whois data copyright terms    http://www.apnic.net/db/dbcopyright.html

inetnum:      210.63.0.0 - 210.63.63.255
netname:      SYSNET
descr:        Systex Corporation SYSNET Business Department
country:      TW
admin-c:      DC45-AP
tech-c:       DC45-AP
mnt-by:       MAINT-TW-TWNIC
changed:      snw@www.edu.tw 19980914
changed:      hm-changed@apnic.net 20021219
status:       ALLOCATED PORTABLE
source:       APNIC

person:       Dar Chen
address:      12F, 51, Sec. 2, Chung Ching South Rd.,
address:      Taipei, Taiwan
country:      TW
phone:        +886-2-23968538
fax-no:       +886-2-23968538
e-mail:       ardar@mail.sysnet.net.tw
nic-hdl:      DC45-AP
mnt-by:       MAINT-TW-TWNIC
changed:      snw@www.edu.tw 19980912
source:       APNIC

inetnum:        210.63.39.0 - 210.63.39.255
netname:        SSCL-NET
descr:          SUN SECURITIES CO.,LTD
descr:          Taipei Taiwan
country:        TW
admin-c:        MW11-TW
tech-c:         MW11-TW
mnt-by:         MAINT-TW-TWNIC
remarks:        This information has been partially mirrored by APNIC from
remarks:        TWNIC. To obtain more specific information, please use the
remarks:        TWNIC whois server at whois.twnic.net.
changed:        stevet@sysnet.net.tw 19980728
status:         ASSIGNED NON-PORTABLE
source:         TWNIC

person:         MADELINE WU
address:        SUN SECURITIES CO.,LTD
address:        Taipei Taiwan
e-mail:         madeline@ms1.hinet.net
nic-hdl:        MW11-TW
changed:        hostmaster@twnic.net.tw19991009
source:         TWNIC

has anyone else seen this in their logs?

RIAA presents at Chat. Tech Council

From: Mike Harrison 
------------------------------------------------------

I'll leave my personal comments out..
but I won't be going to help keep me from being arrested.

--------------------------------------------------------
Please join us for our April 14th lunch meeting.

FREE to CTC members; $20 non-CTC members. RSVP deadline is Monday, April 
11th. To register, 
http://chatc.org/events/2011/4/14/chattanooga-technology-council-april-lunch-meeting/

Mitch Glazier is Executive Vice President, Government and Industry 
Relations for the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), the 
Washington D.C.-based trade association that represents hundreds of member 
record companies responsible for creating, manufacturing and distributing 
more than 90 percent of all legitimate sound recordings sold in the United 
States. Glazier serves as the chief advocate for the recorded music 
industry before policymakers and government officials and is responsible 
for industry relations, including the Gold and Platinum Sales Award 
Program.

Glazier, because of his role in policy debates over new media, was named 
as one of the nation’s “50 most influential men under 37,” by 
“Details” magazine.

He has been at the forefront of many of the nation’s cutting-edge policy 
issues, such as copyright law in the digital age, First Amendment-related 
challenges, royalty streams for record companies and artists, and 
international copyright agreements.

Before his tenure with RIAA, Glazier served as Chief Counsel to the 
Subcommittee on Courts and Intellectual Property, Committee on the 
Judiciary, U.S. House of Representatives. The subcommittee has 
jurisdiction over all intellectual property law, including patents, 
copyrights and trademarks. In his capacity as Chief Counsel, Glazier 
served as the chief advisor to the Subcommittee and was responsible for 
working with Members of Congress to craft legislation and amendments, 
organize legislative and oversight hearings and markups, and analyze and 
evaluate legislation referred to the subcommittee.

Glazier also served as law clerk to Judge Wayne R. Andersen, United States 
District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, and practiced law at 
the Chicago law firm Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg as an associate in 
commercial litigation.

Glazier holds a Doctor of Jurisprudence degree from Vanderbilt University 
and a Bachelor of Science degree in Social Policy, cum laude, from 
Northwestern University.  He is a member of the Bars of the State of 
Illinois and the District of Columbia.


Does Google's Android violate Linux's Copyright?

From: admin@unserv.net
------------------------------------------------------
Interesting....
http://www.zdnet.com/blog/open-source/does-googles-android-violate-linuxs-copyright/8497




-- 
Jonathan Burishkin
Bachelor of Science in Outdoor Education.
CompTIA, Dell and Lenovo Certified Computer Technician.
http://unserv.net 

But does it support linux

From: Rod-Lists 
------------------------------------------------------



zediva uses copyright loophole to stream movies. 



http://www.wired.com/epicenter/2011/03/zediva/ 

$100 sylvania netbook's dmesg output

From: Ed King 
------------------------------------------------------
is it just me or does dmesg output give anyone else a boner?


Linux version 2.6.29-00236-g4f8dbbb-dirty (simenxie@Szmce01) (gcc version 4.2.0 
20070126 (prerelease) (MontaVista 4.2.0-3.0.0.0702771 2007-03-10)) #22 Wed Apr 7 
14:15:24 CST 2010
CPU: ARM926EJ-S [41069265] revision 5 (ARMv5TEJ), cr=00053177
CPU: VIVT data cache, VIVT instruction cache
Machine: WMT
Memory policy: ECC disabled, Data cache writethrough
On node 0 totalpages: 28672
free