July 18, 2018

BREAKING: Several Explosive Devices Mailed To Military Installations In Washington D.C. Area.

In Austin, Texas, a string of bombings kept a city on edge. Two people were killed, with five people injured. The perpetrator, Mark Anthony Conditt, killed himself by exploding a device in his car after pulling into a ditch; police had identified him as a suspect and closed in on him. We don’t know his […]

U.S. Bans Electronic Devices on Flights from 10 Airports, Other Nations Follow

On Tuesday, the Department of Homeland Security ordered a ban on electronic devices in the passenger cabins of nine airlines flying into the U.S. from eight Middle Eastern countries. While some critics reflexively attacked the ban as an irrational order from the Trump administration, it was soon revealed that solid intelligence of potential threats motivated […]

Wikileaks Reportedly Exposes How CIA Hacks Electronic Devices, Could Be Worse Than Snowden Leaks.

Of course, the CIA will not confirm or deny the nearly 10,000 pages of documents that were published by Wikileaks purportedly showing how the agency hacks into electronic devices, such as smart TVs, mobile phones, and messaging applications, even those with encryption technology. It could be one of the biggest breaches in the agency’s history, with […]

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