Tag: Federal Bureau of Investigation

Feds Issue Bulletin on Google Dorking

Feds Issue Bulletin on Google Dorking | Public Intelligence   A bulletin issued by the Department of Homeland Security, the FBI and the National Counterterrorism Center earlier this month warns law enforcement and private security personnel that malicious cyber actors can use “advanced search techniques” to discover sensitive […]

Was ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ really communist propaganda? FBI investigated classic Christmas film because it portrayed banker Mr Potter as greedy and evil

FBI informants claimed the movie was a vessel for communist messages Claimed screenwriters Albert Hackett and Frances Goodrich associated with known communists Report was part of 2,000 page document compiled about communist ‘influence’ in Hollywood By Michael Zennie PUBLISHED:          21:40 EST, 23 December 2013       | UPDATED:          02:16 EST, […]

Over 700,000 people on US watch list: and once you get on, there’s no way off

Published time: December 02, 2013 20:59                                                                                A US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agent checks the identification and boarding pass of a passenger as she passes through security in the terminal at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in Arlington, Virginia (AFP Photo / Saul Loeb) The names of […]

Russian representative denies US media claims of his involvement in espionage – Rossotrudnichestvo exchange program

Photo EPA/CJ GUNTHER WASHINGTON, October 24 (Itar-Tass) – Representative of   Russia’s Federal Agency for Cooperation with   Fellow-Countrymen Abroad /Rossotrudnichestvo/ in   Washington, Yury Zaytsev, has expressed astonishment over   publications in the U.S. media saying that the FBI suspects   him of working for the Russian intelligence services. Reports on Zaytsev’s […]

How did killer get security pass?

Washington Navy Yard shootings: US facing tough questions over security The US Navy is facing tough questions after it emerged that the gunman who killed 12 people in the W ashington Navy Yard was given a security clearance despite a recent history of mental illness and arrests for […]

Cyberspy Network

EEV: I can only specualte why Guccifer’s PDF, as well as other major sources of Intel Compromise are so openly exposed. I am counting on this data being obsolete, or ineffective as the whole world has it by now. Why they would release the names of CIA employee’s as well as others again, […]

Drawing the Line on Altering Human Minds

August 6, 2013, 2:14 pm <!– — Updated: 3:42 pm –> By NICK BILTON In my column this week, “Computer-Brain Interfaces Making Big Leaps,” I noted that a number of researchers and scientists were coming closer to technology usually reserved for science fiction: hacking our brains to remove […]

Secret US drug agency unit passing surveillance information to authorities ( Special Operations Division, or SOD )

Wiretaps and telephone records are being funnelled across the country to launch criminal investigations of Americans  Reuters in Washington theguardian.com,              Monday 5 August 2013 10.38 EDT Federal agents are trained to ‘recreate’ the investigative trail to effectively cover up where the information originated. Photograph: Magdalena Rehova/Alamy A […]

‘Tell your boss I owe him another friggin’ beer:’ Hot mic catches NSA boss praising FBI chiefs for supportive testimony on surveillance programs

By  Hayley Peterson PUBLISHED: 15:23 EST, 18  June 2013 |  UPDATED: 15:24 EST, 18 June 2013   The director of the National Security Agency  was overheard offering a round of beer to the FBI’s second-in-command following  Tuesday’s congressional hearing on the NSA’s controversial surveillance  programs. The three-hour hearing […]

Russia sought FBI’s help in 2011 to probe Boston suspect

     Sat, 20 Apr 2013 22:50 GMT                            Reuters                                    (Updates with more details throughout) By Tabassum Zakaria and Mark Hosenball WASHINGTON, April 20 (Reuters) – Russia asked the FBI in early 2011 to investigate Boston bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev out of concern he had embraced radical Islam […]

US ricin attacks are more scary than harmful

But researchers hope that the incidents will renew development of stalled vaccines. Erika Check Hayden & Meredith Wadman 18 April 2013 Expand Ricin is made from castor beans, which come from the castor oil plant. Dinodia/Newscom   The US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) said on Wednesday that […]

Is she a spy? Mystery of 27-year-old enigma Chinese student who ‘caught US defense contractor, 59, in honeytrap to get classified information’

Benjamin Pierce Bishop, 59, of Honolulu,  charged with passing on secrets The defense contractor met younger lover at  military defense conference He did not tell authorities about her as he  should have done A covert search of his home in Hawaii found  documents marked ‘secret’ By  Associated Press […]

George Bush’s family emails hacked

Investigation launched into how Guccifer posted photos and personal emails of ex-US president George HW Bush online   Sam Jones guardian.co.uk, Friday 8 February 2013 07.32 EST George HW Bush: the emails were said to contain details of the state of the ex-president’s health and his family’s phone […]