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posted on Dec, 10 2010 @ 12:42 AM
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Hi peeps,

So here's my 'crazy' idea I had not too long ago and I was wondering if this would be feasible or totally nuts.

Here goes.

The idea is two-fold. First part is to hack into satellites that are orbiting the moon and Mars and remotely take over the imaging side of the satellite. Once this part is under the hacker's control, he/she could photograph and transfer clear, unedited and true images from those planets through a secure transmission back to Earth where everyone who knows how to 'tune into' that transmission can access that info.

Second part would be to transmit all proven and easily verifiable data ranging from corruption to vaccine deception to food poisoning to water poisoning to world depopulation, bundle it up into a kind of zip file and have it send on a universal brain wave (through satellite again) through which every single human being on the planet would instantly have images flash in front of their eyes. Some images would flash longer than others (depending on importance), but I think that this would allow a MASSIVE wake-up on every continent reaching the largest amount of people.

All that info would, of course, have to be translated in almost every world language which in this day and age shouldn't be THAT much of a problem to achieve.

What do you think, is this doable or more Hollywood movie like?




posted on Dec, 10 2010 @ 12:46 AM
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Getting control of sats.

Could it be done? Of course. You would only need access to the computer that controls said satellite. But that would be harder than you would think.

But then again, who says it has not been done.



posted on Dec, 10 2010 @ 12:46 AM
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If you have to ask, you won't be able to do it.



posted on Dec, 10 2010 @ 12:57 AM
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Anything can be hacked if you give it enough time and effort....

However would you put your life on the line so that you might only get a few pics of rocks on the moon... Its a high risk as THEY WILL come after you if you hack a SAT and they will put you in a very dark hole for the rest of your life

Im sure hackers with those sorts of skills would rather put their time and effort into something more rewarding.



posted on Dec, 10 2010 @ 01:01 AM
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Hi Bluedrake,

Thanks for your input. Well, if it's true that there are so-say 'artifacts' on the moon and on Mars, wouldn't it be rewarding enough to find those, take genuine unedited pics/send them home and release them wikileaks style?

What's more rewarding, hacking Mastercard or a SAT with possibly ground-breaking info as a result...



posted on Dec, 10 2010 @ 01:17 AM
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For images of the moon and mars you don't need to hack the computer that controls the satellite you just need to pick up the signal it is sending back to earth on your own dish and decrypt it. Getting the signal is just a matter of pointing your dish at the proper coordinates to hit the right transponder. Of course they probable keep the coordinates secret however someone serious could probably find it over time just playing around and pointing their dish. The decryption part might be a little tougher. Still i am surprised someone has not done it yet..

If you want to get on their highly classified computers that will be much tougher since they are not hooked up to the internet. Best bet would most likely be to find where they have some wireless signals you could pick up somehow and try and hack in from there.



posted on Dec, 10 2010 @ 01:19 AM
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Yes but can you imagine how long it would take you to scan the entire moon if you dont know were to start. Would take days if not months and that is a very high risk

Yes it could be very rewarding, but why would a very high skilled hacker take that chance when he could rather hack a bank and make millions, its a high risk and a lot of time and effort of a prize that might not be there at all.

The only way this would get out realistically is if someone on the inside took the pics and released them, a skilled hacker would most likely have no interest in this due to the risk factor



posted on Dec, 10 2010 @ 01:28 AM
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Aren't genuine hackers supposed to hack for the pleasure of uncovering something potentially huge and take credit for it? It's like being a suicide bomber in cyber space... in essence, a hacker shouldn't be driven by money but rather by the degree of complexity and 'fame' after completion of the said attack,

Didn't a 16 year old kid break into Norad one day or something along those lines (have a vague memory of it), so if that can be done, why not hacking into a SAT or doing the whole dish system thingy (if that works) as stated before...



posted on Dec, 10 2010 @ 02:02 AM
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Originally posted by pipconvert
Hi peeps,

So here's my 'crazy' idea I had not too long ago and I was wondering if this would be feasible or totally nuts.

Here goes.

The idea is two-fold. First part is to hack into satellites that are orbiting the moon and Mars and remotely take over the imaging side of the satellite.


Maybe possible, but would be very hard. Most hackers don't have transmission equipment to send commands to a sat.


Originally posted by pipconvert
Once this part is under the hacker's control, he/she could photograph and transfer clear, unedited and true images from those planets through a secure transmission back to Earth where everyone who knows how to 'tune into' that transmission can access that info.


Anyone that could point the right kind of dish or receiver at the sat signal might be able to pick up the signal, but where the sat transmits to, and how it encodes the transmission may be hard coded and unchangeable.

Hacking is just asking another computer to do something. That's all. It always does what you ask. The only time a computer doesn't do what you ask, is because it doesn't know how or someone else asked it not to do that first.

Real hacking is all about asking it to do something the original programmers (or askers if you will) don't want it to do, but forgot to ask it not to do in their code. The problem is, you can still only get the computer to do something it already knows how to do. The reason is because you're not telling it what to do, you're asking it. If it doesn't know how then asking it won't work. Installing new software won't work, because all software can do is ask your hardware to do stuff it already knows how to do in a different order.

The problem is if the way it transmits data is hard coded or its transmitter only puts out one kind of signal then that might be the only way it knows how to transmit data. So, you couldn't ask it to change its transmission location or encoding because it doesn't know how to do it any other way or someone else already asked it not to do that.


Originally posted by pipconvert
send on a universal brain wave (through satellite again) through which every single human being on the planet would instantly have images flash in front of their eyes. Some images would flash longer than others (depending on importance), but I think that this would allow a MASSIVE wake-up on every continent reaching the largest amount of people.


The sat wouldn't have a transmitter capable of sending this kind of signal. It would need a new transmitter installed that was capable of sending brainwave signals which hackers can't do because we can't get to the sat to install it. It may have various types of transmitters, but as far I know, this isn't one of them.

Unless the government or someone put something like that on the sats and didn't tell us about it.

But the problems summed up are, most people don't have the equipment they'd need to talk to the sat and ask it to do it, the sat might not be capable of doing what we want or might not know how, and it probably doesn't have the proper transmitter to transmit the type of signal you want or to the location you want it sent.


XL5

posted on Dec, 10 2010 @ 04:53 AM
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If hackers could even make something that would hack peoples brain. All they would have to do is make them intelligent enough to see how controlled they are by money, jobs, other people and the govt..
edit on 10-12-2010 by XL5 because: No care given.



posted on Dec, 10 2010 @ 06:34 AM
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I would think that the hardest part would be to decipher the encryption. Im sure it would be much stronger then the Videoguard encryption DirectTV uses. Which by the way hasnt been hacked yet.





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