Friday , 24 January 2020

Security

China’s New Jet, Radar Complicate US Posture

TAIPEI — China’s increasing military musculature continues to crush the margins of how far the US military can conduct operations near the mainland, experts say. Through the purchase of Russian-made equipment, China is attempting to break beyond the current air defense range of 250 kilometers in what US experts refer to as China’s anti-access/area-denial strategy. China plans to procure two new …

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Pakistan ‘a failing state’, says intelligence chief (video)

Pakistan’s official report into the raid that killed Osama Bin Laden has found the mistakes made by the Pakistani government and military were so severe that the nation is a failing state. Al Jazeera’s Investigative Unit has obtained a copy of the Abbottabad Commission findings. It reveals the extent of the failures at all levels of the Pakistani state. And …

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NSA and GCHQ spy programmes to face legal challenges

The British and US spy programmes that allow intelligence agencies to gather, store and share data on millions of people have been challenged in a legal claim brought by privacy campaigners. Papers filed on Monday call for an immediate suspension of Britain’s use of material from the Prism programme, which is run by America’s National Security Agency. They also demand a temporary injunction …

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Snowden strikes again: ‘NSA in bed with Germany’ (video)

US fugitive Edward Snowden has accused Germany and the US of partnering in spy intelligence operations, revealing that cooperation between the countries is closer than German indignation would indicate, Der Spiegel magazine reported. Journalist Manuel Ochsenreiter says German politicians are furious – but about being exposed, not by being spied on   RT

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Edward Snowden A Pawn in the CIA/NSA Intelligence War (video)

Edward Snowden has been getting global attention for releasing intel secrets, but was he really just leaking approved information? Reporter Jon Rappoport talks about the real story that lies behind the manufactured controversy, the intelligence war being waged between the CIA and NSA, Illuminati puppet masters behind the news, and opening the eyes of the American people in this Buzzsaw …

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Pentagon: US missile defense test fails

WASHINGTON: America’s missile defense system failed on Friday in a test over the Pacific, with an interceptor failing to hit an incoming ballistic missile, the Pentagon said. The miss represented yet another setback for the costly ground-based interceptors, which have not had a successful test result since 2008. The test’s objective was to have an interceptor, launched from Vandenberg air …

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Pakistan, China Set Sights on Arabian Sea Link

China and Pakistan set their sights Friday on developing a transport link through rugged mountains and lawless lands, a route they hope will boost economic growth and bring critical oil supplies to power-hungry China much faster. A broad agreement for the “economic corridor” was among eight pacts signed following a meeting in Beijing between Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and Pakistani …

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New chief of India’s military research complex reveals brave new mandate

As Defence Minister A.K. Antony leaves on a 4-day official visit to China on Thursday, the first by a Defence Minister in seven years, new facts about the direction India’s nuclear missile programme is taking could send out an unprecedented message. In details revealed for the first time in an exclusive interview to Headlines Today, the new chief of the …

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UNCOVERING ANDROID MASTER KEY THAT MAKES 99% OF DEVICES VULNERABLE

he Bluebox Security research team – Bluebox Labs – recently discovered a vulnerability in Android’s security model that allows a hacker to modify APK code without breaking an application’s cryptographic signature, to turn any legitimate application into a malicious Trojan, completely unnoticed by the app store, the phone, or the end user. The implications are huge! This vulnerability, around at …

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New Geopolitics In The Indian Ocean Region

The Indian Ocean, sometimes called the maritime Silk Road, represents the profound linkages between the Middle East and a rising Asia. The trade and economic connectivity has been well understood for years. China, Japan and India rely heavily on oil from the Persian Gulf states, while a new economic interdependence has developed in manufactured goods, energy refinery capacity, food security …

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