False Flag Alert - Important - Internet Kill Switch to Be Armed by DHS on Monday

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posted on Jul, 7 2012 @ 03:31 AM
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You've heard the story. There's a vicious virus that's been floating around for some months now, and on Monday the FBI will be isolating machines that are infected, leaving affected machines in a cyber no man's land.

The story of this virus is a FALSE FLAG EVENT.

This is a government test brother. The "DNS Virus" is not a virus, it's a program that is in it's BETA phase, its a portion of the EAS program. You know the internet kill switch given to Obama at the start of his Presidency, this is part of that infrastructure. On Monday they are testing it, or rather I should write "arming" it.

This "virus" is a government program. They are testing their ability to alter the DNS record databases nationwide, something never done before and actually quite complicated, courtesy not of the FBI, but DHS. Again its complicated, and the odds of something going wrong, are high. This little BS story about our Federal Government helping to protect us from an existing virus is just that, a cover story. A mini-false flag if you will.

Essentially, this is DHS putting us behind their firewall that they control on Monday. If your network goes down its not because you have a virus...It's because you don't have THEIR program (the real virus IHMO). If you don't have their program, you wont be routed through their firewalls/controlled DNS Record databases. On Monday they arm it for the first time; and if everything goes well, on Tuesday Obama, and every President after him will have the ability to either cut the internet off, or reroute all requests to an "Emergency Alert System" page, but only in the event of a catastrophe or uncivilized uprising (Read as False Flag Event). Monday is a big day.

About the Internet Kill Switch:
www.switched.com...

China Tested their Kill Switch in April, now it's our turn:
www.zdnet.com...

FEMA's page on the EAS for background information:
www.fema.gov...

We thought we stopped SOPA, I've got bad news fellow countrymen, on Monday we get behind the firewall by law or by crook.

No, there's no link to Fox News, InfoWars, Aljezeera, or RT. And there will be no link. This is only common sense and I'm shocked if I'm the first person to recognize this. A false flag is being waved and we're being duped into following it right to McAfee:

www.siteadvisor.com...

This has False Flag and Government Social Engineering by fear BS all over it.

Come on DHS, you can do better than this.
edit on 7-7-2012 by GenerationGap because: Typos, likely to fix more.



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posted on Jul, 7 2012 @ 03:36 AM
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Well i guess i will jump in first....ummm no chance.

The internet and it's beauty of function is the fact it is a haphazard collection of networks... No one source can shut it down...and so therefore...i would say this is not true....just think of how people now connect over mobile phone systems now....Don't worry...No kill switch.



posted on Jul, 7 2012 @ 03:40 AM
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Or feed anyone altered versions of real web pages. They control every ISP. Why the hell does anyone need a fusion center except for nefarious purposes.



posted on Jul, 7 2012 @ 03:43 AM
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Originally posted by plube
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Well i guess i will jump in first....ummm no chance.

The internet and it's beauty of function is the fact it is a haphazard collection of networks... No one source can shut it down...and so therefore...i would say this is not true....just think of how people now connect over mobile phone systems now....Don't worry...No kill switch.


DARPA built the Internet. NSA and others control it. Everyone has to go through an ISP and those are under the thumb of the Government. Sheeple want to believe that they are free though.



posted on Jul, 7 2012 @ 03:52 AM
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The virus they are "stopping" alters the DNS look up paths of your machine, I believe this virus to be real, and of more nefarious intent than just routing unsuspecting morons to porn and ad sites. It's the excuse, and the test. Don't you see? The correction to combat this is to KILL THE INTERNET OF THESE STILL INFECTED MACHINES. That's what they are testing Monday. And if successful, they have proven they can kill everyday Americans access to the Web. Don't tell me it's not possible, there's already a "virus" that does it; otherwise we wouldn't have a Monday deadline to deal with!


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posted on Jul, 7 2012 @ 03:58 AM
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The fact that the gullible public even believes in a "kill switch" is laughable.

Are you aware that there are thousands of hackers/crackers out there that will no doubt work overtime to override such a "kill switch"?

I don't think such a thing is possible and even if it were, there are more dangerous things to worry about. No internet? No problem! There's a whole world out there waiting to be discovered.



posted on Jul, 7 2012 @ 04:03 AM
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I know the ISP address of a physical address normally remains the same and active till disconnected. less i"m wrong on that. I do know as of last weekend my ISP address has changed 4 5 times. yet its been the same for at least year and a half.

Anyone else having this issue with there provider?



posted on Jul, 7 2012 @ 04:21 AM
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Originally posted by The Sword
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The fact that the gullible public even believes in a "kill switch" is laughable.

Are you aware that there are thousands of hackers/crackers out there that will no doubt work overtime to override such a "kill switch"?

I don't think such a thing is possible and even if it were, there are more dangerous things to worry about. No internet? No problem! There's a whole world out there waiting to be discovered.


Cool, thousands of hackers huh? How many do you know? Name names if there's so many hackers capable of correcting, and dispersing said correction to, the majority of machines operating in the U.S. under IP Addy's LEASED by the likes Comcast, Time Warner, Verizon, Bright House...

I say leased because your ISP doesn't own a single IP address it ever assigns you, they come borrowed from one pseudo-corporate bureaucracy.

ARIN

The Regional Internet Registrar for North and South America and the carribean is ARIN, the American Registry for Internet Numbers.

www.arin.net...

Oh looks, VA, Shocking! Wonder if it's near Langley!?
www.arin.net...

Here's a refresher for you:
www.arin.net...



posted on Jul, 7 2012 @ 04:33 AM
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.co.uk .jp .ru .es .fr ect ect will all still work as the Only part of the internet the DHS can shutdown is the american DNS servers like .com.

It is impossible to shut down the entire internet.



posted on Jul, 7 2012 @ 04:35 AM
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Point is, in November our Big Brother armed EAS.

On Monday, they will be arming their internet kill switch.

For the few that have already setup VPN tunnels to cross continent proxies, we'll be fine; until we are eventually sniffed out and disconnected. And we will be. But the VAST majority of folks will be in the dark with the switch. Just as those with the "virus" will be out of touch come Monday, only their time will come at a later date, it can be all of those with the "fix". Monday will be proof they can do it, if they can do it to a section of machines, they can do it to all.



posted on Jul, 7 2012 @ 04:49 AM
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The point isn't to shut down the internet. The point is to negate American's access to it.

More info for your perusal:

FBI Steps Up 'Internet Doomsday' Awareness Malware Campaign
www.pcworld.com...

"Users have until July 9 to rid themselves of the DNSChanger malware, which can infect Windows PCs and Macs alike. After that, the FBI will throw a switch that prevents infected computers from accessing the Internet."

Followed by a paragraph for propaganda PR:
"It's not as Big Brother as it sounds. DNSChanger is a Trojan that surfaced in 2007 and infected millions of machines. The malware would redirect computers to hacker-created Websites, where cyber-criminals sold at least $14 million in advertisements. DNSChanger also prevented computers from updating or using anti-virus software, leaving them vulnerable to even more malicious software."

Sorry CNET, but, yes, it is as Big Brother as it sounds.

Come on... People actually believe this garbage?
www.dcwg.org...

What is the DNS Changer Malware?
On November 8, the FBI, the NASA-OIG and Estonian police arrested several cyber criminals in “Operation Ghost Click”. The criminals operated under the company name “Rove Digital”, and distributed DNS changing viruses, variously known as TDSS, Alureon, TidServ and TDL4 viruses. You can read more about the arrest of the Rove Digital principals here, and in the FBI Press Release.

What does the DNS Changer Malware do?
The botnet operated by Rove Digital altered user DNS settings, pointing victims to malicious DNS in data centers in Estonia, New York, and Chicago. The malicious DNS servers would give fake, malicious answers, altering user searches, and promoting fake and dangerous products. Because every web search starts with DNS, the malware showed users an altered version of the Internet.

Under a court order, expiring July 9, the Internet Systems Consortium is operating replacement DNS servers for the Rove Digital network. This will allow affected networks time to identify infected hosts, and avoid sudden disruption of services to victim machines.



posted on Jul, 7 2012 @ 10:06 AM
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It is IP address not ISP adress. ISP is your internet service provider. They are assigned a block of IP addresses and they give them out to you either dynamically or statically, but usually dynamically. Then your network interface card has a MAC which is a physical address and never changes. You have several on your machine. Ethernet, wireless etc each have their own MAC. Each one of these interfaces also gets an IP address. This can come from the ISP or if you are connected to a router in your home then that device gets the IP from the ISP and it in turn gives your computer an ip for local use on your home network.



posted on Jul, 7 2012 @ 10:17 AM
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I know for a fact that they have almost finished, or finished, building HUGE data centers that do have the capability to pass the worlds internet traffic. I have seen some of the hardware in person.



posted on Jul, 7 2012 @ 10:45 AM
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Cant we just start bulding our own internet? Are they going to shut down libraries too? I would be be a good idea.to.start backing up.your.data on dvds and external hardrives.



posted on Jul, 7 2012 @ 10:46 AM
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Cant we just start bulding our own internet? Are they going to shut down libraries too? I would be be a good idea.to.start backing up.your.data on dvds and external hardrives.



posted on Jul, 7 2012 @ 11:32 AM
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I'm not a real computer tech by any stretch, but I've hacked my way through building a few computers including a hackintosh and a few home networks. Nothing earth shattering I know. So take it for what it's worth.

How I see this happening is, they're not going to hit PCs but they are going to flash the memory in routers. Think about it, there are many who never leave their computer on when not using it, like my mom, but most people never shut off the power to their router. It's my belief this is where the entire network is vulnerable. I don't know the protocol, but if they hit every router with this bullet, they can map every machine connected to the internet from a central point. Any router that was down during the initial phase will be logged and as they come online, they'll bet hit. They already have the list of every router, but each router need to be flashed with their code for them to have control of it. There are too many individual providers to utilize the SP's codes with a flick of a switch, but if they implant a single code in every router, they have that capability.

Can some real tech savvy person chime in and either destroy my scenario or help it along? LOL



posted on Jul, 7 2012 @ 11:46 AM
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Just wanted to add to my post above - wouldn't this be an easier alternative than trying to get behind personal firewalls? If they have the codes for routers issued by ISP, they can pretty much do what they want including writing to them.



posted on Jul, 7 2012 @ 11:53 AM
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Ever heard of something called the High Speed Internet Authority? Interesting area around Virginia. Did an IP search one time while investigating my "hopping" IPs, trying to figure out what was behind it, since it always showed my location as somewhere other than where I actually was--or at least seemed to be. Tracked down that "agency,"
and found it's location in Virginia--near a street named Redrum. Hmmmm. On the google picture I found what was interesting,as well, was what appeared to be a densely populated, suburban type area, many neighborhoods with nicely laid out streets, houses, cul de sacs, shopping malls, linked to interstate highways, but almost no traffic. I repeat, there were no cars travelling anywhere, except in the immediate area of this "High Speed Internet Authority," address, and the only vehicles there were black and white 12 passenger vans.
For those who are lulled by the hackers being there to protect access, visibility and transparency, or just thinking if they lose their computer it's no big deal, I would encourage strongly some research into algorithms, neural networks, and the macrocosm of the microcosm. This "internet" may be much more than you think it is. Just the concept of "time" that we have, and the algorithms which can bend it, etc. and how these apply to the stock market and figure into the functioning of the environment around us we are dependent upon are interesting issues to investigate....
The OP, imo, is correct in this assessment, and this may be far more profound than it seems on the surface.



posted on Jul, 7 2012 @ 12:25 PM
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Really?

Anyone who has an idea of how DNS works and what this virus is supposed to do should know that OP's theory is complete hogwash. People like me would immediately know something is up if the government tried this.

This event on monday only affects people who have already gotten the virus and don't know about it. The virus changes the way computers look for internet addresses:

- A DNS server is in charge of translating domain names into IP addresses.
- If you type in "www.google.com" into your browser, it asks a DNS server for the real IP address, which would be something like 74.125.224.116
- The virus just changed the address of the DNS server you would normally use and would redirect it to a malicious DNS server that would hand out fake addresses.
- The FBI found out about this and took the malicious DNS servers down, and set up their own with the same address.

On monday, the FBI will simply take away these DNS servers. People who are affected will not have a DNS server to ask for addresses, so typing a domain name into the address bar will do nothing. They will only be able to reach addresses through their real IP address, so they'll still have an internet connection. There is no "internet kill-switch.

I'm sorry, OP; but I'm going to have to call bull on this. Deny ignorance.



posted on Jul, 7 2012 @ 12:33 PM
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To have a internet killswitch, you'd have to have a world wide EMP.

The internet is merely the connection of networks. Networks are only groups of computers, to shut down everyone would be a feat not short of solving world hunger, homelessness, and corruption.

And on top of such, we have people networked to other people without the help of an ISP.

ISPs have GSPs
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Using 802.16e wireless access points could help. WiMAX as a 5G one that has a range of 30 miles.
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