Russia’s Anti-5G Propaganda Campaign Is Spreading Across Social Media

An anonymous reader quotes Fierce Wireless: Earlier this week, the New York Times published a story with the headline “Your 5G Phone Won’t Hurt You. But Russia Wants You to Think Otherwise.” [Non-paywalled MSN version here.] The story outlined how RT, the Russia-backed and U.S.-based television network, has been peddling 5G cancer fear-mongering stories, making claims that 5G causes brain cancer, infertility, autism, Alzheimer’s and other health disorders. The Times…

May 18, 2019
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OSINT: How to Use Recon-ng to Determine the Target’s AV Software

Welcome back, my greenhorn hackers!In previous tutorials, we have looked at ways to re-encode your payloads and other malware to evade AV software. We have also looked at the inner workings of Clam AV to better understand how this type of software works. Sometimes, we can encode our malware with applications such as Shellter and Veil-Evasion and it will successfully evade one type of AV software and not another.In our efforts to evade AV, it may not be possible to evade all AV software. On the

May 18, 2019
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Theory behind WPA cracking

Hey guys,

I’m confused as to to how programs like aircrack-ng and Pyrit function when it comes to cracking WPA passwords,

I have been told that aircrack calculates a MICs ( message integrity code ) from the wordlist given and some of the targets access points essid such as it’s essid, aircrack then compares each respective MIC to the the one captured in the handshake,

BUT

In Pyrit it tells me it uses the PMKs ( these PMKs are generated by pyrit from a wordlist ) to crack the WPA passphrase

so what is the difference between PMKs and MICs( I know a MIC is created from the PSK,routers essid,APNonce,Supplicant Nonce etc but what is the difference between the two)

and do both programs use different methods?

I apologise if this is a noobish question, I’m just very interested in the theory behind it

thanks

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May 18, 2019
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Stealth Vs Stealth: Why Russia Might Have No Real Way To Beat America’s Best Fighters

A numbers game that Moscow can’t win

Can Russia’s aviation industry produce a sufficient number of fighters of sufficient reliability to have a significant strategic impact?

by Robert Farley

The PAK-FA (now known as the Su-57) has played the bugbear for Western air forces for nearly a decade, the terrifying Russian jet that will eat F-35s for breakfast. American aviation analysts

May 18, 2019
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Jammu And Kashmir Elections Were Easier To Manage: CRPF

KOLKATA: They have been deputed to protect Kashmir, a terrain that’s arguably the most difficult in India, but CRPF personnel here to conduct the final phase of the election say managing polls in Kolkata is a completely different challenge. Posted in Jhargram district for the sixth phase of elections, which witnessed sporadic violence, the personnel are now camped inside numerous government

May 18, 2019
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