Blake’s review of Wendy’s restaurant located at 3790 Forest Ln. Dallas TX. on August 7th 2017 using Google contribute.
Review of Jack in the Box 3195 Royal Ln Dallas TX.
Blake’s review of Jack in the Box restaurant located at 3195 Royal Ln. Dallas TX. on August 9th 2017 using Google contribute.
Try finding another 34 mile range 29er mountain e-bike with a top speed of 32 mph at only $1200. Leave your car parked and ride to work! You’ll have a blast! This 1500 watt powered mountain bike is big with 29 inch wheels and moves a 5’11” 190lb body at 32 mph / 34 mile range.
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- Locking down tube LiP04 48 volt / 17 amp hours battery (comes with keys)
- 1500 watt brushless rear wheel motor
- LCD Display with backlight mode for night riding
- 5 modes for rider assist / battery life indicator/ distance and time indicators
- Auto shut-off when front or back brakes applied
- twist throttle just like a motorcycle
- 48 volt / 1500 watt controler
- 29 inch wheels (29er) E-Bike with hardtail aluminum frame
- Supple front suspension fork for small bumps
- Comes with 2 amp battery charger / 4 hour charge time
- Splashproof battery, controller, and motor
Maybe Sweden should consider adding testosterone welfare supplements for these male refugees.
Speaking with an American soldier, Syrian refugee states nuclear weapons is the only solution to kill ISIS.
The soldier was in Denmark asking refugees questions on why they won’t fight for their own freedoms. “I’m no need go — go to the war,” one Denmark welfare recipient stated. One of the refugees admitted that he abandoned his wife and children, leaving them back in his homeland. One said it was a “delusion” for people to expect him to fight for his country. “There’s too much problem,” he said, and that is why he went to Denmark…. or was it the FREE welfare.
North Korea hackers need to help feed their population somehow.
Cyber security analysts warn hackers can hide computer viruses inside online video subtitles and use malicious software code taking control of computers.
The cyber security group Check Point discovered the flaw and states millions of people who use video software to stream films and TV shows on computers could be at risk. The attack lets hackers take “complete control” over any type of device using the malicious software which includes smart TVs. Four programs are identified to be vulnerable – VLC, Kodi, Popcorn Time and Stremio.
“We estimate there are approximately 200 million video players and streamers that currently run the vulnerable software, making this one of the most widespread, easily accessed and zero-resistance vulnerabilities reported in recent years,” Check Point said.
“BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING YOU!” -Blake
Wikileaks Thursday released trove of new documents from their CIA leak, outlining how the agency attacked Apple products.
Wikileaks is nicknaming this posting “Dark Matter.”
Dark matter is the second batch of leaks from the CIA archive Wikileaks has nicknamed Vault 7, largely describing hacking techniques the agency used. So far all of the techniques have been for targeted surveillance (not bulk surveillance, like the NSA would conduct) and many require the CIA to have physical access to devices to attack them. The documents range in age, and Apple announced after the first release of documents that many of the security flaws mentioned in that archive had long since been patched.
One user manual released in Dark Matter describes “Sonic Screwdriver” – a technique taking its name from Dr. Who’s utility tool – as a way to use a modified Thunderbolt-to-Ethernet network adapter (or, potentially, other modified hardware) to load malware while a Mac is booting. That document is dated 2012.
Another document describes “DarkSeaSkies,” a hacking technique that lurks in the firmware of MacBook Airs version 1.1. Firmware controls hardware that is not controlled by an operating system (firm, because it’s in between ‘soft’ and ‘hard’ ware). The DarkSeaSkies documents, dated 2009, describe similar implants for iPhones, but the document is dated 2009, and may not be a still working attack for either.
Other documents provide historic information for “DerStarke,” a firmware attack leaked in the last set of Wikileaks docs. The documents in this posting describe it and related malware in its 2013 form, before the 2016 form already released.
Lawmakers and intelligence officials have been more concerned that the documents were stolen than the sensitivity of any of the documents released.
Sen. Ben Sasse (R-Neb) said that Wikileaks head Julian Assange should spend the rest of his life in “an orange jumpsuit” following the first document dump.
Must be nice to have that kind of money to waste!
A U.S. ally used a $3 million Patriot missile to shoot down a $200 drone purchased from Amazon.com, an American general has revealed, questioning the economic consequences of the operation.
Gen. David Perkins told the Association of the United States Army’s Global Force Symposium in Huntsville, Alabama that the strike was made by a “very close ally.”
“A very close ally of ours was dealing with an adversary that was using the small quadcopter UASes and they shot it down with a Patriot missile,” he said, stopping short of actually naming the country in question.
“Now, that worked, they got it… that quadcopter that cost $200 on Amazon.com did not stand a chance against a Patriot.”
While Perkins admitted the ally “won” when it came to the “kinetic exchange ratio,” he questioned whether the move was economically wise.
“I am not sure that it is a good economic exchange ratio, in fact, if I am the enemy, I am thinking ‘I am just going to go on eBay and buy as many of these $300 quadcopters that I can and expend all these Patriot missiles,’” he said.
He went on to explain that there are more cost effective ways to combat such drones.
“There’s ways to get at this with electronic warfare, with cyber,” he said.
Thirteen countries possess Patriot missiles, according to manufacturer Raytheon.
Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are becoming an increasing problem for militaries, with Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) jihadists modifying commercial drones to carry 40mm rifle grenades in Syria.
In January, the US Air Force placed an order for net-filled shotgun shells designed to shoot down unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).