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Anonymous Calls for Shutdown of Trapwire

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posted on Aug, 17 2012 @ 01:46 PM
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The people operating Trapwire are not going to shut it down voluntarily because of public outcry, the physical hardware itself must be disconnected as I think any software hacking they(anon) will do can be eventually sidestepped or adjusted to.




posted on Aug, 17 2012 @ 02:08 PM
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Originally posted by darkbake
reply to post by ObservingTheWorld
 

American corporations is totally a threat to the world,



Fixed it for you

Sorry, but there is no "government". Only puppets controlled by the banks and corporations

People seem to have forgotten this.
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edit on 17-8-2012 by RisenAngel77 because: (no reason given)



posted on Aug, 17 2012 @ 03:03 PM
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Anonymous is Tripwire.
Tripwire is Anonymous.
Reeducating will begin shortly.



posted on Aug, 17 2012 @ 07:57 PM
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Originally posted by mutatismutandis
reply to post by darkbake
 


Ok, this is just getting rediculous now! Why does no one research anymore?!? (No offense op, I know your just passing along info)

For those that know me, you know I'm a long time member of our tinfoil hat community. I've been around since before the Titor threads and pre 9-11 when this site was still mostly ufo pics and arguments about the jfk assasination, so those longterm members can tell you I am not a troll or a shill.

Recently I've responded to numerous Trapwire threads on here and other sites and have been completely blown off. I am not government or military, though I cannot tell you about my job. I can however tell you that I work with Trapwire -EVERY DAY!!!!-and I can tell you 100% with out at doubt this is completely bogus!

I've repeated myself over and over, and will probably be blown off here as well but I am going to give you all the truth about this program once again...which you can go to their website and read directly from them.



#1. This is a program that runs on a pc. It requires someone actively logged in and creating an incident log. It is not some autonomous system sinsterly running in the background recording everyones actions.

#2. The purpose of this program is so major resorts like amusement parks, large concert venues, or major resort casinos can track in real time on going suspicious incidents. The only time the program is active is when there is an ongoing suspicious active. A suspicious incident that would require a trapwire file to be created would be like some criminal testing security or an unknown individual taking pictures of major support structures of a building for the purpose of attacking the infastructure.

#3. The files created will at most be shared with sister properties and possibly local police if the incident warrents such. This is not something being used to track every citizen, nore does it even have the capacity to do so.

Most importantly!

#4. The program doesn't even support video!!!! So this crap about recording all street surveilance with this program is a blatant lie by Anon and others. The only thing the program has the capacity to do is share notes about the incident occuring and then a couple pics should you need to send a subjects photo or picture of their vehicle to another sister property so they can be on the look out for the inividual.


Again...this program does not support video!!! It cannot be used even close to what they are trying to claim here.

So there you have it folks, take it or leave it...but this trapwire B.S. is exactly that:

B.S.


If someone would truely like to know what the program is really about feel free to message me...but from hear on out I'm saving my breath.

I'm all for conspiracies, but there needs to be a little research before making the outragous claims wiki and anon are claiming.


Without wanting to bust your bubble I know enough in electronic and coding to make some nerds blush and the fact is that hardware takes years to develop and install but software just months and hours to install... Even though the software "front-end" you are using doesn't have said capabilities it doesn't mean there isn't another front-end interface that use the same back-end hardware and cameras already installed that doesn't have them... Hell its as simple has having a multi level priority access to the program and certain options are made available to whomever has enough clearance to see them... Its not because you can't see those options in the program that they aren't there...

Even if it doesn't already exist the hardware is in place all it needs is a handful of coders and 1 year at the most to develop and a day or two to implement... Point is there's no liberty when there's no privacy and there's no privacy where every square inch of a city is covered by a camera...

Now the scary part what if criminal organism hack into them, its already a proven fact that they hire hackers to setup huge scam networks and to empty bank accounts... Can you imagine having the mafia with the possibility to track everywhere you go and move... They could tell cops are coming for them before they hop in their cruisers...

Imagine malicious crackers zooming in your bedroom windows and posting videos of you and your wife online while...

There's lines that shouldn't be crossed and this is one of them...



posted on Aug, 17 2012 @ 08:03 PM
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Thanks for the reminder! I haven't logged into FB in over a year. It is now "scheduled for deletion in the next 14 days".


I don't get the 14 days thing though.



posted on Aug, 17 2012 @ 08:26 PM
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*proffers own PC for 'zombification' *




posted on Aug, 17 2012 @ 09:51 PM
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Originally posted by Aloysius the Gaul
reply to post by nightbringr
 


It's worse than the MSM here - it is government owned and controled - it is strictly a propaganda mouthpiece, and why anyone on here gives it any more credit than that is beyond me.


Everyone has an agenda. Maybe their agenda is to have Americans distrust their government?!


Think about it, if that were the case, then the US government is on Russia's side because the US government is doing every thing in their power to erode civil liberties, suppress dissent, and destroy the constitution. Man those ruskies are clever, they've already won!!


OK, I'm being facetious. Dude worry about what is happening here, regardless of whose spreading the news. I'm more worried about Trapwire than I am of (dare I say it?!) Russia Today.



posted on Aug, 17 2012 @ 09:59 PM
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This could be awesome. Just like that time Anonymous called for the shutdown of Scientology, and then Scientology totally shut down.

Or that time Anonymous called for the shutdown of Wall Street, and it went out business.

Or that time Anonymous did anything other than make tiny little headlines and accomplish nothing at all.



posted on Aug, 17 2012 @ 10:09 PM
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Originally posted by MemoryShock

Originally posted by mutatismutandis
I'm all for conspiracies, but there needs to be a little research before making the outragous claims wiki and anon are claiming.


You need to source your material before you accuse people of not doing their research. The cables are clear regarding their clients or desired clients and you are implicitly contradicted by the trapwire website...www.trapwire.com...

That said...to those who are bashing this story because it is RT...


Certainly, all media can be biased but if a story can be backed up then the story is correct and the source is a moot point when discussing the story.

anonpr.net...

This is a partial copy/pasta of the original anon release.


Thanks for that. You get a star!! Maybe mutatismutandis is working with the beta version of Trapwire, the pre video surveillance version. I would send an email to his company to get up on the latest release, but its a secret.



posted on Aug, 17 2012 @ 10:14 PM
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This will do nothing. Trapwire is not a localized network. You can't just take down one of their servers and expect the whole thing to break down.



posted on Aug, 18 2012 @ 01:12 AM
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Anonymous: "Saving" the world one DDoS at a time. lol Seriously I'm still shocked that people think of these guys as some sort of force to be reckoned with. They're a one trick pony and the trick really isn't that great. Now I'm sure there are people in Anon that are smart and very tech savvy, but actions speak louder than words. And 99.9% of their actions are the same as a 12 year old script kiddie.



posted on Aug, 18 2012 @ 02:57 AM
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You don't understand. They went from messing with Scientology to making the news. Not getting their names mentioned...no, making the news. How many people are talking about Trapwire, something that was never intended for public knowledge, because anon DDOS'ed some websites?

The thing is...there is still plenty more to talk about. Discussion forums will have plenty of 'popcorn' events coming up...Trapwire is pretty major but it is far and away not even close to the most unnerving tech...
edit on Sat, 18 Aug 2012 02:57:48 -0500 by MemoryShock because: (no reason given)



posted on Aug, 18 2012 @ 03:28 AM
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Originally posted by sliznut
reply to post by darkbake
 

And 99.9% of their actions are the same as a 12 year old script kiddie.


That's more skills that the entire American government and their hijacked Windozes. I always lol when I watch CSI... The US government is crying to get the same quality and security as open source.

Open Source is becoming Military necessity



posted on Aug, 18 2012 @ 06:56 AM
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After hearing about the Aussie censorship and media shutdown, I found this list of the removed articles. So I thought I'd see how much interest the Trapwire story has received and it's massive.

Here's Google Trends + Trapwire and for comparison here's the Google Trends + Royal wedding. Trapwire rates 400 in search volume and the wedding just 200.

It's amazing that somewhere like Australia would have major news outlets roll over. It's just about the most surprising news I can remember seeing in years. No exaggeration - years.



posted on Aug, 18 2012 @ 01:11 PM
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When a group wants to take down a company like trapwire, it can not be done by simply hacking. There must be several people on the inside of the company close to higher up. They must be intrusted with all the backups of information and the ability to hire and fire.
So the people on the inside could fire all the good employees and at the same time destroy all the information backups. Then done! That's it. Easy.



posted on Aug, 18 2012 @ 04:46 PM
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A software engineer ... visited Disneyland, and ... the theme park offered him the photo of himself and his girlfriend to buy – with his credit card information already linked to it. He noted that he had never entered his name or information into anything at the theme park, or indicated that he wanted a photo, or alerted the humans at the ride to who he and his girlfriend were – so, he said, based on his professional experience, the system had to be using facial recognition technology. He had never signed an agreement allowing them to do so, and he declared that this use was illegal. He also claimed that Disney had recently shared data from facial-recognition technology with the United States military.

It turns out that Disney applies biometrics – that is, the statistical analysis of biological data – in the form of scanning visitor fingerprint information and identifying people with facial recognition software.

In fact, "Walt Disney World is responsible for the nation’s largest single commercial application of biometrics" and after 9/11 the government sought "Disney’s advice in intelligence, security and biometrics," as reported in 2006 by Karen Hamel of News 21.

www.businessinsider.com...

Disney does it. Perhaps Disney visitors were used as the control group for how people should look and behave. Scary thought...



posted on Aug, 18 2012 @ 06:35 PM
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RT has something or knows something to piss off the same people (probably the US government) behind the near if not constant DDoS of Wikileaks for more than a week and a half.

Though RT news is the mouthpiece for the Russian government, when it comes to events surrounding things that make the US look bad...aka Wikileaks and Trapwire, they are sometimes spot on. Though even so, I always take what any MSM says with a grain of salt or less.
edit on 18-8-2012 by DragonFire1024 because: typo



posted on Aug, 21 2012 @ 01:24 PM
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Originally posted by _R4t_
Without wanting to bust your bubble I know enough in electronic and coding to make some nerds blush and the fact is that hardware takes years to develop and install but software just months and hours to install... Even though the software "front-end" you are using doesn't have said capabilities it doesn't mean there isn't another front-end interface that use the same back-end hardware and cameras already installed that doesn't have them... Hell its as simple has having a multi level priority access to the program and certain options are made available to whomever has enough clearance to see them... Its not because you can't see those options in the program that they aren't there...


That's why you need open source instead of closed source. iPads are not without flaws, but can be very convenient for "experts"...



posted on Aug, 22 2012 @ 12:11 PM
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Originally posted by MemoryShock
reply to post by sliznut
 

You don't understand. They went from messing with Scientology to making the news. Not getting their names mentioned...no, making the news. How many people are talking about Trapwire, something that was never intended for public knowledge, because anon DDOS'ed some websites?

The thing is...there is still plenty more to talk about. Discussion forums will have plenty of 'popcorn' events coming up...Trapwire is pretty major but it is far and away not even close to the most unnerving tech...
edit on Sat, 18 Aug 2012 02:57:48 -0500 by MemoryShock because: (no reason given)


Good point. The definitely DO get people talking.



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