Friday, June 22, 2012

McConnell Links Assange’s Onion, Jun Lin’s Head and Sukhoi Flame & Crash

Presidential Field McConnell has linked Julian Assange’s Onion Router, Concordia same-sex student Jun Lin’s missing head and an alleged Flame-induced crash of a Sukhoi Superjet 100 in Indonesia on May 9.

Prequel:
McConnell Links Magnotta severed head to Governor General’s Nortel JABS

“FADEC Sabotage: Putin G-8 Pull Out To Sukhoi FADEC Hit, Chicago NATO Bomb”


“Was Sabotage behind Russia’s Sukhoi Superjet crash? MAY 24, 2012 ⋅ 2:23 .. Russian intelligence agencies are investigating the possibility that the U.S. military may have brought down the Sukhoi Superjet that crashed in Indonesia, according to claims in a tabloid. Citing sources in the GRU, Russia’s military intelligence agency, Komsomolskaya Pravda reported Thursday that interference from a U.S. air force base near Jakarta [Serco operation using patented Onion Router and Flame devices allegedly integrated at ] could have caused onboard equipment to go haywire, leading to the crash that killed 45 people on May 9. “We know that they have special equipment that can cut communications between an aircraft and the ground or interfere with the parameters onboard. For example, the plane is flying at one altitude, but after interference from the ground onboard equipment shows another,” a GRU general told the paper. The Sukhoi Superjet 100 disappeared from radar screens on May 9 shortly after the pilot asked for permission to reduce altitude 1,800 meters — a dangerous maneuver in such a mountainous area.”

“'Flame' can also sabotage computers ARTICLE | JUNE 22, 2012 - 12:51PM | BY NEREA RIAL .. Flame, the sophisticated malware that attacked Iran on April, is not only capable of espionage but it can also sabotage computer systems, Symantec's experts said. Before Symantec's discovery, cyber experts had only proved evidence that Flame could spy on conversations on the computers it infects and steal data. Now, researcher Vikram Thakur said that the company identified a component that allows operators to delete files from computers, causing critical programs to fail or completely disable operating systems. If these conclusions are validated, the virus could be used as a weapon to attack computers that run critical infrastructure systems, including dams, chemical plants and manufacturing facilities, security specialists said. "Of course it can be used for sabotage," said Boldizsár Bencsath, an expert on cyber warfare with Hungary's Laboratory of Cryptography and System Security. "It may have been used to attack critical infrastructure and it may be used in the future."

“Assange said that even if Ecuador rejected this plea, he would have helped to draw attention to what he insists are attempts in the United States to draw up charges against him for leaking hundreds of thousands of secret U.S. documents via the secret-spilling WikiLeaks website. "We are in a position to draw attention to what is happening. The Department of Justice in the United States has been playing a little game, and that little game is that they refuse to confirm or deny the existence of a grand jury," Assange said. "We are hoping what I am doing now will draw attention to the underlying issues." A U.S. soldier, Pfc. Bradley Manning, a 24-year-old Crescent, Oklahoma, native, has been charged with aiding the enemy by passing the secret files to WikiLeaks and is awaiting trial.”

“THE tide may have turned just a little against whistleblower website Wikileaks. Having built a reputation for itself as a foil against government and corporation injustice, the site nows finds itself defending claims it has gathered millions of personal documents through a network designed to protect users from just that. Tor - The Onion Router - is free software that enables users to connect and share information over the net anonymously. It can encrypt information entering the network, which is sent through several routers before being picked up at its exit point by the end user. At that point, however, Tor does not guarantee traffic won't be monitored, and it is at that point where Wikileaks may have done some damage to its reputation. In an interview with the New Yorker, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange said the site got its first big break from one of its "activists" monitoring a server that was being used as one of those exit points. Wikileaks sends all its own information through a Tor network, along with "hundreds of thousands" of fake document to obscure genuine documents, Assange told the New Yorker. Assange said Wikileaks was simply monitoring one such exit point and noticed hackers working for the Chinese Government were gathering information on such things as dissident movements and activities in Tibet… However, respected tech publisher Wired yesterday questioned Wikileaks' ethics over the information heist and received a prompt reply from the site via its Twitter feed. Wired has a beatup on WL&Tor,with no new info,spinning "our" 2006 investigation into Chinese spying," Wikileaks said.

"Don't be fooled." Assange wouldn't reply to Wired's request for details on whether Wikileaks still monitored Tor exit points, but he told The Register that "the imputations were incorrect". "Somewhere between none and handful of those documents were ever released on WikiLeaks," he said, adding that the information was only ever used to inform non-government targets that the Chinese Government was spying on them. However, Assange has admitted in the past that Wikileaks' first scoop - regarding a "secret decison" by Somali rebel leader Sheikh Hassan Dahir Aweys to hire hitmen - was culled from those "million documents".”

“Police identified the slain man as Justin Lin, 33, or Lin Jun, as he was known in China. He was a Computer Science student at Concordia University. Montreal police spokesman Ian Lafreniere confirmed that Lin knew Luka Rocco Magnotta, the suspect in the murder, but the police spokesman did not know when their acquaintance began [it began with an introduction through Concordia's same-sex cyber community which is allegedly engaged in the child porn and snuff-film trade]. The victim was last seen on May 24 and was reported missing five days later, the same day a torso was discovered stuffed in a suitcase in a heap of garbage behind a Montreal apartment building. .. The story is making big news in France. "I know currently as I'm talking to you there are French crews on the plane trying to reach Canada," said French Feelance Journalist Fabrice Hoss who is in Montreal researching the story. Concordia university has been offering counselling to student to deal with the horrific story. "It is never easy to deal with the loss of a loved one, particularly when the death is unforeseen," said Concordia President Frederick Lowy in a statement. Luka Magnotta, who remains at large, is suspected of stabbing and dismembering the Chinese native, videotaping his act and mailing body parts to the offices of political parties. The same day the torso was discovered, a foot was found in a package mailed to Conservative Party headquarters in Ottawa, and a hand was later spotted in a package at a postal warehouse in the city. That package was addressed to the Liberal Party of Canada, and tests show the three body parts came from the same person.”

“Spoliation inference that Concordia’s (Montreal) same-sex cyber-community, including the late Jung Lin, has integrated Flame malware with the Onion Router to take global control of aviation flight computers, eliminate competition to Bombardier and kill high value targets in crashes falsely attributed to pilot error or design failures] .. The Concordia Institute for Information Systems Engineering (CIISE) is an interdisciplinary, fundamental research, R&D learning institute, housing state-of-the-art research in wide range of information systems engineering areas, including information systems security, quality system engineering, communication software engineering, data mining, bioinformatics, digital forensics, embedded systems engineering, electronics, multimedia, aerospace, automotive, manufacturing, and building and construction management. CIISE has three primary research laboratories: Computer Security Lab Design Lab Telecommunications Service Engineering Research Lab

http://users.encs.concordia.ca/~youssef/

(Co)-Supervised Thesis (Green are sole supervision)

· M. Azer, Cryptanalysis of Linear Feedback Shift Register (LFSR)-based Stream Ciphers, M.Sc. Thesis, Cairo University , 2003
· R. Abdel latif, An FPGA Implementation of the Advanced Encryption Standard, M.Sc. Thesis, Cairo University, 2004
· G. Farouk, A Study and Realization Of the RSA Algorithm Using FPGA, , M.Sc. Thesis, Cairo University , 2005
· T. Gad, M.Sc. Thesis, Cairo University , 2005
· Z. Saber, M.A.Sc. Thesis, Concordia University , 2005 (Currently working for Suncor)
· Ren Wang, M.A.Sc. Thesis, Concordia University , 2006 (Currently working for Research In Motion (RIM))
· M. Faisal Uddin, M.A.Sc. Thesis, Concordia University , 2006 (Currently a Ph.D. Student)
· K. Liu, M.A.Sc. Thesis, Concordia University , 2006, (Currently working for IBM, Calgary )
· O. Abdel-Mannan, M.A.Sc. Thesis, Concordia University , 2007 (Currently working for Future Electronics)
· S. Kabir, M.A.Sc. Thesis, Concordia University , 2007 (Currently working for SNC-Lavalin)
· James S. Grabowski, M.A.Sc. Thesis, Concordia University , 2007
· Xuxin Xu, M.A.Sc. Thesis, Concordia University , 2007 (MIS security director with Soltron Group, Montreal , then a Security Manager infreeborders, China )
· Hamad Bin Salleeh, M.A.Sc. Thesis, Concordia University , 2008 (Currently a Ph.D. Student)
· Yazan El-Hamwi, M.A.Sc. Thesis, Concordia University , 2008 (Currently working for Matrikon)
· Assad Sakha, M.A.Sc. Thesis, Concordia University , 2008 (Currently working for PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP)
· Saad Inshi, M.A.Sc. Thesis, Concordia University , 2008
· Wen Ming Liu, M.A.Sc. Thesis, Concordia University , 2008 (Currently a Ph.D. Student)
· Aleksandar Kircanski, M.A.Sc. Thesis, Concordia University , 2009 (Currently a Ph.D. Student)
· Ayman Assra, Ph.D. Thesis, Concordia University , 2010 (Currently a postdoc with the French National Institute for Transport and Safety Research
(INRETS), Lille , France )
· Mohamed Rasslan, Ph.D. Thesis, Concordia University , 2010
· Pei Pei Shi, M.A.Sc. Thesis, Concordia University , 2010 (Currently software developer with Infinity Labs, Montreal )
· Rabeah Al-Zaidy, M.A.Sc. Thesis, Concordia University , 2010
· Esam Elsheh, Ph.D. Thesis, Concordia University, 2011
· Yaser Esmaeili Salehani, M.A.Sc. Thesis, Concordia University , 2011 (Currently a Ph.D. Student, Queen's University)”

“Concordia University is home to local and international fraternities and sororities. These organizations exist under, and intercommunicate through the Interfraternal Council, known as the "IFC". In Greek alphabetical order, they are: The Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority Beta Pi chapter was founded in 1994 at Concordia University, it is the only sorority at Concordia that is International, i.e., with chapters in both the United States and Canada. The continuously growing group of ladies, commonly referred to as Deephers, pride themselves for incorporating the Five S's into their daily lives that make the sisterhood unique and well-rounded: Sisterhood, Scholarship, Service, Social and Self. Mu Omicron Zeta fraternity, commonly referred to as MOZ (pronounced like "moes"), was founded in 1992. In addition to Concordia, MOZ fraternity has members from McGill and the Université de Montréal. The Zeta Tau Omega sorority (ZTΩ) is one of two sororities at Concordia. Based mainly in Concordia, the sorority was founded in 1968 by six women of Loyola College. It now has a large network of sisters, commonly referred to as ZETs (pronounced as zaytes). As a local sorority, they govern themselves, with a Board of Control outside of their active chapter. The Brotherhood of Omicron is another locally based fraternity at Concordia. Their name is based on the Greek letter Omicron (Ο). They accept members from Montreal Universities. Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity has its Kappa Chi (KX) Chapter at Concordia. TKE has the most active chapters of any other fraternity in North America and is the only international fraternity at Concordia. Founded in 1965 at Loyola College, TKE is the oldest fraternity at Concordia. The KX chapter is famous for its annual "Teke-in-a-Box" and "Bachelor/Bachelorette Auction" charity fundraisers. TKE also has its own scholarship, for which all active Undergraduate members are eligible”


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