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Re: Cyber Terrorism
« Reply #15 on: November 26, 2008, 01:23:28 AM »
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that's not easy, all people would need to learn coding, use debug tools, break compilation way to hide bad intention of the prog. u can always use some machine just to test files and see what it does on the system, i dont code at all and i can tell i'm sure my machines are 100% safe. there's always new exploits, u just surf the web then your machine is corrupted and u dont even notice anything.
it becomes a hard task to keep a system safe from any crap code.
all ISP got a role too in to secure users by filtering more attacks travelling their network.
if i put my machine in DMZ mode on my cable ISP, comodo blocks like 16 000 attacks a day, that's crazy.
i didnt try on my adsl ISP but it would be probably the same result.


Evening,

This would not be trusty approach on security / internet world..
My grandma cannot learn any coding or debug tools...
All she knows is how to access her yahoo "e-Mail"
Technology is so advance it takes many years of study and practice to learn how to code or debug a computer...
**Comodo is trying to make everything simpler and safer and much more ease of use for those who don't know how to debug/code or even how to protect them selfs online...**

It is a hard task but i see comodo achieving these goals and putting them behind them, but logically *the biggest challenges are always ahead of you, the challenges that you have, you already succeeded through them so they cannot be your biggest challenges, biggest challenges are always  ahead of you so they be prepared*

Comodo Has Enabled The User To Take Full Control Of Their Machines So That One Day They Won't Be A World Wide Attack Or Even Botting "AKA Cluster Hacking"

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Re: Cyber Terrorism
« Reply #16 on: November 26, 2008, 06:55:51 PM »
Hello Melih,

maybe all of us should learn to spread the most sincere meaning of the word "LOVE" again, not just like in good ol' hippie times, but in a modern, more convincing, personal manner?

I am not sure, but maybe we should be way more in love with our planet and all it's plants, animals and human populations.

You know, there's always been Flora, Fauna and Humanitas.

Cheers,

And, I think you're rich enough by now (now, come on, aren't ya? I'm not, at the moment, confessed) to be able to afford meeting even ol' MorphOS here in good or bad ol' Bavaria, to have some extensive & intensive beer trial?

Oh my, are we really existing?

Bavarian beer may tell ya. :)

Greetz from the ol' folks at home.

The REBOL. :)




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Re: Cyber Terrorism
« Reply #17 on: November 26, 2008, 09:23:03 PM »
Hey Morphos :) hows life treating you? Havn't seen you for a little while.

Almost everyone wants exactly the same as you.. How great would it be if we never had to worried about being scammed, passwords stolen. Even in the real world.. No murders, no wars.
But the thing is.. there are always a handful of people that have to go and spoil it for the rest of us and we just have to fight back.
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Re: Cyber Terrorism
« Reply #18 on: January 07, 2009, 05:24:48 PM »
How can you create trust online when you ask I to pay for the trust support?
Trust is FREE, terror is the result of competition, the main supporter of competition in the present world is money!
You can't ask I to trust you when I have to pay for your trust support.
Even more when I don't have money I can't trust u for support against cyber terrorism?
pfff enlight me, should babies not trust their parents because they are born without money?
get a better marketing promoter or get ur story logically corrected in cyberspace, everything here is based on logic
if u don't have logic, how can I trust you to protect my online logic reasoning?

Nevertheless enough flames, thanks for the free edition

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Re: Cyber Terrorism
« Reply #19 on: January 07, 2009, 06:58:41 PM »
How can you create trust online when you ask I to pay for the trust support?
Trust is FREE, terror is the result of competition, the main supporter of competition in the present world is money!
You can't ask I to trust you when I have to pay for your trust support.
Even more when I don't have money I can't trust u for support against cyber terrorism?
pfff enlight me, should babies not trust their parents because they are born without money?
get a better marketing promoter or get ur story logically corrected in cyberspace, everything here is based on logic
if u don't have logic, how can I trust you to protect my online logic reasoning?

Nevertheless enough flames, thanks for the free edition

95% of comodo's products are free... ???

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Re: Cyber Terrorism
« Reply #20 on: January 07, 2009, 09:33:33 PM »
How can you create trust online when you ask I to pay for the trust support?
Trust is FREE, terror is the result of competition, the main supporter of competition in the present world is money!
You can't ask I to trust you when I have to pay for your trust support.
Even more when I don't have money I can't trust u for support against cyber terrorism?
pfff enlight me, should babies not trust their parents because they are born without money?
get a better marketing promoter or get ur story logically corrected in cyberspace, everything here is based on logic
if u don't have logic, how can I trust you to protect my online logic reasoning?

Nevertheless enough flames, thanks for the free edition


The support that makes sure those products work and secure is free! Who do you think gives you support by constantly updating our AV signatures? Wo do you think gives you support by making sure products are updated regularly? Who do you think gives you support when you download our applications from our servers paid by us? Who do you think gives you support when you update the product to a newer version?

I am simply amazed at your lack of understanding of what Comodo is doing for you!

Enjoy the free edition... (which you think just appeared with no support from anyone :) )

(what you meant to say is: You want one of the services we charge for free...its nothing to do with the support you get with all the free products and support infrastructure that surrounds this free products).

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Re: Cyber Terrorism
« Reply #21 on: January 12, 2009, 11:08:12 AM »
How can we stop cyber terrorism if we can't touch the criminals :D
Mods even deleted my topic about beating up a hacker :D

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Re: Cyber Terrorism
« Reply #22 on: January 12, 2009, 12:31:07 PM »
How can we stop cyber terrorism if we can't touch the criminals :D
Mods even deleted my topic about beating up a hacker :D

You didn't go about it the right way. :)  (And I and another who responded got warnings too, so you're not alone ^_^)

Even if you had beat him up, he could start back hacking again.  So that sort of way of dealing with a hacker isn't best.

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Re: Cyber Terrorism
« Reply #23 on: January 12, 2009, 02:35:59 PM »
How can we stop cyber terrorism if we can't touch the criminals :D
Mods even deleted my topic about beating up a hacker :D

by taking away the tools they can use to hit us back with!

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Re: Cyber Terrorism
« Reply #24 on: January 29, 2009, 04:27:19 AM »
Nice article Melih.  I totally understand the use of problem, reaction, solution, as you noted in the article the use of terrorism to brainwash the masses minds. I would like to elaborate on this.

False flag terror has been used throughout history in order to create New Order.  Examples include Gulf of Tonkin, Operation Gladio, and the one that is similar to your mentioning of the use of simple planes to induce terror upon the populous, Operation Northwoods, in which Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff called for hijacking jet airliners, attacking US military bases, blowing up US ships and wounding civilians in Miami, Florida and Washington, DC using paramilitary sniper teams  to commit terrorist acts against Americans and blame Cuba to create a pretext for invasion.

As we understand these events will undoubtedly continue to happen, I applaud your belief that we should not be spied upon in order to feel safe, and I applaud companies like Comodo with these beliefs and providing such competent services for free ( However I'll never understand how companies like yourself provide these services for free and still feed employees).

Unfortunately, I believe it is the NWO ultimate goal to use these events in order to have the masses submit to tyranny, hence the NSA having total telecom control over internet, faxes, communications, dedicated interceptor rooms inside of phone and internet service provider buildings, DARPA announcing Total Information Awareness, cameras on every street corner and intersection in every one horse town, FEMA recruiting thousands of preachers to organize secret clergy response teams and use verses of the Bible to instill the idea of submitting to government to their flock, Internet 2, Google, Wiretapping, etc...

Anyway, thanks being here, and here is a video featuring yourself talking on the cyberterror issue on Faux News >  http://www.megavideo.com/?v=XUNKED1I

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Re: Cyber Terrorism
« Reply #25 on: April 16, 2009, 12:40:47 PM »
Melih, thank you for the article.

I wanted to ask you about Linux systems and their security. Millions of desktop computers run Linux according to info published somewhere in the internet (didn't save that pages) that something like 6 millions computers run Ubuntu. So if this is true and we also add computers running OpenSuSE, Fedora and other major desktop distributions, then i suppose i can say "millions".
Although it is a small part compared to rest of the world running Windows and Mac on their desktops, Linux machines are potential victims of cyber criminals.
It is often told smth like "Linux has only 40 (fourty) viruses", "Linux is secure enough to resist malware" etc.
 

What do you think about desktop Linux world security?
Your point(s) of view on this important subject is greatly appreciated.
I'm sure many (potential) Linux users would agree with me.

thanks

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Re: Cyber Terrorism
« Reply #26 on: April 16, 2009, 01:35:09 PM »
Melih, thank you for the article.

I wanted to ask you about Linux systems and their security. Millions of desktop computers run Linux according to info published somewhere in the internet (didn't save that pages) that something like 6 millions computers run Ubuntu. So if this is true and we also add computers running OpenSuSE, Fedora and other major desktop distributions, then i suppose i can say "millions".
Although it is a small part compared to rest of the world running Windows and Mac on their desktops, Linux machines are potential victims of cyber criminals.
It is often told smth like "Linux has only 40 (fourty) viruses", "Linux is secure enough to resist malware" etc.
 

What do you think about desktop Linux world security?
Your point(s) of view on this important subject is greatly appreciated.
I'm sure many (potential) Linux users would agree with me.

thanks

The question is what is a virus today? What is malware today? You will see that one can still write a malware and infect a linux machine as they have their own vulnerabilities and social engineering is yet another way of infection (remember Antivirus 2009). The threat model is slowly moving away from OS being secure to applications and users.

Melih

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Re: Cyber Terrorism
« Reply #27 on: April 22, 2009, 11:01:44 AM »
Melih, what specifically government owned organisations could do to enhance their protection? Can you comment on this?

Thanks.

...We first need to stop the ever growing (both in numbers and computing power) Computing base from falling into the wrong hands and that require a paradigm shift in the way we architect security products and in our business model. That is what we have done by creating Default Deny security products that are free!

Even though I do believe government owned organisations (pentagon etc) could do more to protect themselves...

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Re: Cyber Terrorism
« Reply #28 on: April 22, 2009, 05:17:45 PM »
Melih, what specifically government owned organisations could do to enhance their protection? Can you comment on this?

Thanks.


literally every one.

the paradigm shift of prevention based security must be adopted by all government organisations as a basic first line of defense.

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Re: Cyber Terrorism
« Reply #29 on: April 26, 2009, 10:55:56 PM »
Hopefully nothing as bad as Die hard 3 (watching it now)  >:-D and that was a halfway to worse case! Wargames mixed with Diehard 3 and a cuple other things would be worse case!

But there have been casses in the last year that attacked the Pentagon were and 1 TERABYTE of data was downloaded before being detected.

And some time ago Hackers Attacked a US Fighter-Jet Project 
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB124027491029837401.html

"Computer spies have broken into the Pentagon's $300 billion Joint Strike Fighter project -- the Defense Department's costliest weapons program ever -- according to current and former government officials familiar with the attacks."

A freind of mine said this: "What c***. We spend 300Bilion on that project and can't put a good firewall on it??"
Is the goverment just unsecure or does it not care, or it the fact the there are always bugs in every system?
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