The Surveillance State: Cell phone Surveillance, Can They Hear You Now?

CELL PHONE SURVEILLANCE: CAN THEY HEAR YOU NOW?

It’s safe to assume our readers fall into one of two groups: you know your cell phone tracks you constantly without your permission, or you’re unaware of the potentially serious privacy risks from the neat little device in your pocket. Being in the latter category doesn’t make you wrong — most people tend not to think about things that haven’t affected their lives yet, or dwell on dangers they believe are outside their control. However, when you’re in a particular line of work, the thoughts and ideas mentioned above constantly run through your mind. As writers in this industry, we often joke about being on government watch lists, but those jokes lose their humor when Big Brother may actually be watching.

 

 

 

On the Guerrilla, His Ecology and His Communications

On the Guerrilla, His Ecology and His Communications

The Guerrilla must recognize three critical points:

 

  1. He, and his local network, are his own supply line.

  2. He fights with what he has, not with what he wishes.

  3. He cannot fight as a conventional force.

 

If you have not already, be sure and order your copy of The Guerrilla’s Guide To The Baofeng Radio.

Take Heed and Prepare Accordingly.

 

Cyber-Security: WOROK – Powerful Malware Hidden in .PNG Images

WOROK: Powerful Malware Hidden in .PNG Images

 

“Unless it’s your first day on the internet, you’re probably aware that downloading certain files can be a serious mistake. It doesn’t take a cybersecurity expert to know that double-clicking the TotallyNotAVirus.exe file that mysteriously appeared in your downloads folder is a bad idea. If you’re a bit more security conscious, you probably also know that PDF files, Excel spreadsheets, and Word documents can also contain malicious code. But how many times have you considered the possibility of malware hidden inside an image file? A sophisticated hacking group known as Worok has developed a new type of malware that can be concealed in innocuous-looking PNG images, and they’ve been using it to target governments and large corporations around the world.”

 

The Guerilla’s Guide to Baofeng Radio

 

When it comes to Off-Grid/Guerilla/Partisan Comms there is no greater authority in my opinion than NC Scout, aka Brushbeater.

“It’s been a long time in the making, but the book is finally out. With chapters on communications planning, improvised antennas, operational considerations for sustainment, tactical and clandestine purposes, digital operations and yes, encryption, this book is an easy to follow how-to manual taking you from whatever your knowledge base may be and takes it to the next level.”

From the Amazon Product Description:

The Guerrilla’s Guide To The Baofeng Radio is a handbook for those finding themselves in an austere environment, an underground resistance, or going into harm’s way with one of the most common pieces of communications equipment in the world. Going far beyond simple programming or what’s written from the Amateur Radio perspective, this manual goes in-depth on how to communicate, creating a communications plan, improvised wire antennas, digital operations and encryption in an easy to follow, step-by-step format based on combat proven methods. Whether you’ve just invested in a few of the inexpensive radios for an uncertain future or find yourself in rough corners of the world, this manual covers how to create communications where there otherwise would be none.

This is the one Manual Every Serious Student of Off-Grid Comms needs to have in their Go-Bag and Reference Library.

Prepare Accordingly and Order Yours Today!

 

 

Texas News: Mysterious GPS Disruptions Spread In Texas Near Fort Hood

Mysterious GPS Disruptions Spread In Texas Near Fort Hood

 

GPS interference is being reported around the Dallas-Fort Worth Metropolitan Area airports, according to the Federal Aviation Administration. The first reports of signal degradation occurred about 24 hours ago.

“Significant GPS interference being reported by pilots in the Dallas area. Aircraft being rerouted onto non-RNAV arrivals,” the flight tracking website ADS-B Exchange first reported Monday afternoon.

As you are racking your brain as to the culprit of these disruptions, think back three years to when China purchased over 100,000 acres of land in West Texas near U.S. Military Bases (Fort Hood being one of them.)