The Experiment

I found this online somewhere but feel it’s a great example of what happens when you follow blindly.

the-experiment

Lying Eyes

I’m sure this isn’t what the Eagles meant.

I guess he forgot where he was

At a news conference in PARIS today, speaking about the Planned Parenthood shooting, Obama said, “This just doesn’t happen in other countries.”

I guess he must have forgot about the 130 people who lost their lives in Paris a couple of weeks ago.

 

2106 Presidential Election – Part 1

The 2016 Presidential campaigns are starting up as Hillary Clinton announced her candidacy. During this campaign she will try to get you to forget her past and focus on the future, or moving forward as her campaign logo seems to represent. Although we should always focus n the future, when picking our next president we must remember their past.

  • Chinagate
  • Travelgate
  • Whitewater
  • Vince Foster Mystery
  • Filegate
  • Cattle-Futures
  • Lootergate
  • Drug Dealer Donor
  • Ponzi Scheme & Political Favor Scandal
  • Benghazi

 

Freedom is not free

There are a lot of Americans that don’t like the United States. That don’t like what we stand for. They should be made to watch this.

Terror Attack in Paris

Hey Howard, should we call them Lutheran Terrorists…Dean says attackers were not Muslim terrorists.

Third police officer killed today by the Muslim Terrorists.

Could we be next – Islamic immigration to the United States is on the rise.

Couldn’t find reference to this in the mainstream media.  The French police officers were unarmed and forced to flee.  So far three have died of injuries.  Would the outcome have been different if the police were armed?  I believe that the number of deaths would have been much lower.  What if the citizens were armed with a concealed weapon instead of their smartphone camera…would the outcome have been different?

White House criticized magazine in 2012

The Left blames the victims

 

 

 

The Stupid American Voter

Remember Obamacare? The 2700 page bill that nobody knew what was in it but everyone wanted it. Do you remember Obamas promise of transparency and an open government? Well I guess it was the gullibility and stupidity of the American voter that pushed Obamacare through. The Obama administration “knowingly” lied to the American voter. They willingly crafted the bill to hide what it was….a tax.

Bowling Ball and Feather are dropped in vacuum

Do you know what happens when a bowling ball and a feather are dropped in a room that has been vacuumed entirely free of air…watch this.  Just amazing.

 

Voting machines – more secret votes for democrats

A rather strange phenomenon is taking place and I can’t believe that I haven’t heard about it on ABC, NBC or CBS. For some reason when a Republican places a vote for his or her candidate it magically selects the Democrat candidate instead. I wonder if the media would be so silent on this if the roles were reversed.

Apple Pay… a new crease for thieves

The following original blog post is from Damien Hugoo at Easy Solutions, provider of anti-fraud services to over 200 financial institutions.

Apple Pay went live yesterday. And while there has been much talk about how it’s going to disrupt the payment system, and how easy it will be to use, security is once again being overlooked in the urgency for speed and convenience above all else.

First, there’s the obvious concern about losing your phone. Americans lose their phones once every 3.5 seconds[1]. Apple Pay overnight raises the value of a lost iPhone, creating greater incentive for theft. We view this concern as similar to the concern over losing your credit card, but with the added risk that the thief now also has access to your email address, and your method of two-factor authentication for many services, making it easier to not only commit simple fraud, but also to more completely impersonate the victim, for more sophisticated fraud. While you can ‘find my phone’ and shut it down, this is not always instantaneous.

Second, and probably the bigger concern, is that the authentication mechanisms for validating cards is unclear. Apple seemed to have focused on security payment mechanisms such as tokenization and fingerprint (which we believe are solid steps). But payment can only be as secure as the authentication, which starts with registering cards to an account, as well granting access to a particular account.

Apple has not yet disclosed how they will authenticate cards before allowing their use. Without the proper authentication mechanisms, Apple may have just made it far easier for criminals to counterfeit credit cards from black market. Now you don’t need a physical card to make a purchase in person. You can simply take a picture of numbers superimposed (or photoshopped) on a card, and run with it.

And third, users add credit cards to their iPhones by taking pictures of them. As Jennifer Lawrence and others can attest to, Apple’s ability to securely store and transmit those photos remains to be answered. Depending on how they are being stored and transmitted, it would not be surprising to see malware developed around this mechanism.

To read the rest of the blog, visit http://newblog.easysol.net/apple-pay-secure/