Tuesday, December 30, 2014

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For a conference at its headquarters in Washington, NASA representatives have presented a plan Monday to search for extraterrestrial life using the  current technology  of telescopes. It is expected that in 2017 the telescope Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS), which will operate in conjunction with the James Webb Space Telescope, to be launched in 2018, and will help to discern whether any of those billions of planets have a trace is launched chemistry suggest that harbor life. "What we knew five years ago is not perhaps between 10 and 20 percent of the stars around us have planets the size of Earth that are in the habitable zone," said Matt Mountain one of the scientists who prepared the launch of the James Webb telescope. "It is in our power to achieve a discovery that will change the world forever." "I think that in 20 years we will discover that we are not alone in the universe," s meanwhile astronaut Kevin Hand, who assumed that Europa, one of the satellites of Jupiter could support life.








Google's Gmail Now 'Totally Blocked' By China's Great Firewall

Radio Free Asia

Google's webmail service, Gmail, is now completely blocked in China, as the authorities prevent traffic routed via Hong Kong from reaching its 620 million netizens, experts and Internet monitors said.

"Chinese users now have no way of accessing Gmail behind the GFW," the Internet monitoring group GreatFire.org said in a post on its blog on Monday, in a reference to the complex system of blocks, filters, and human censorship known colloquially as "The Great Firewall," or GFW.

Before Dec. 26, they could still send or receive emails via email clients even though Gmail's web interface is not accessible, the post said.

"Chinese users now have absolutely no way of using Gmail, except using circumvention tools."

Previous disruptions were sporadic, and largely designed to make it look as if Gmail's own servers were unstable, it said.

"GFW has been doing it gradually and now it finally completed the grand mission of completely eliminating Google...in China," the group, which monitors the GFW, said.

Internet performance monitoring company Dyn Research also said on its Twitter account on Sunday that all Gmail traffic via the former British colony is affected by the block.

Dyn's vice-president of analytics Earl Zmijewski told the International Data Group (IDG)'s news service that all Gmail traffic to China through Hong Kong is affected.

Only users who have the software and some technical knowledge will be able to evade the block, he said.

Sharp fall in traffic

According to Zmijewski, the traffic is being censored at the level of IP addresses, a method often used by regimes to block content to a particular region, IDG reported.

Meanwhile, Google's own measurement of China-bound traffic showed a sharp fall starting on Friday, the company's real-time traffic measurement tool revealed.

Government censors last blocked Gmail temporarily ahead of the 25th anniversary of the June 4, 1989 crackdown on pro-democracy protests in Beijing's Tiananmen Square.

China has blocked access to Google search, YouTube, and Picasa photographs continually since 2009, according to Google's Transparency Report.

The GFW already ensures that popular foreign websites like Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube are hard to access for the majority of Chinese users.

Google left China in 2010 after a showdown with the government over Internet controls, and currently redirects Chinese language users from the mainland to a search site run from its Hong Kong-based servers.

Gmail has long been accessible, however, and is viewed by rights activists and dissidents as potentially more secure than other mail services.

Disarray

Shenzhen-based Internet entrepreneur Zhang Jinjun said the authorities appear determined to cut off the Chinese Internet from the outside world.

"A lot of users think that Gmail has better security features, so they use it more than the others," Zhang told RFA on Monday.

"The servers are outside mainland China, which is a good thing for the privacy of individual users."

He said the block will throw large numbers of people inside China into disarray.

"This will cause huge inconvenience for a lot of users, regardless of whether they are commercial or individual users," Zhang said.

"This seems to run counter to the authorities' declared strategy of greater integration."

Chinese free speech advocates slammed the move, mostly via Twitter, as the homegrown equivalents are closely censored by the ruling Chinese Communist Party.

Investigative journalist Fang Zhouzi tweeted: "2014 will go down in history as the year that we had more Internet users than the rest of the world, and in which all of Google's services including the most secure Gmail were shut off behind the Great Firewall."

And Chinese free speech advocate Wen Yunchao, known by his online nickname Beifeng, wrote: "For them to block Gmail shows that the authorities aren't going to give any quarter at all."

Reported by Xin Lin for RFA's Mandarin Service. Translated and written in English by Luisetta Mudie.

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ភ្នំពេញ៖ រដ្ឋមន្ត្រីក្រសួងសេដ្ឋកិច្ច និងហិរញ្ញវត្ថុ លោក អូន ព័ន្ធ មុនីរ័ត្ន បានចេញសារាចរណែនាំមួយដល់ក្រសួង ស្ថាប័ន មន្ទីរជំនាញ អាជ្ញាធរ គ្រឹះស្ថានសាធារណៈ រដ្ឋបាលថ្នាក់ក្រោមជាតិ និងអង្គភាពពាក់ព័ន្ធទាំងអស់ ឲ្យកែប្រែការបើកប្រាក់ឧបត្ថម្ភ ប្រាក់បុព្វលាភ ប្រាក់បំណាច់សម្រាប់មន្ត្រីរាជការ ជាដើម ដោយបង្វែរចូលគណនីធនាគារផ្ទាល់ របស់មន្ត្រីរាជការទាំងនោះ ។

យោងតាមសារាចរណែនាំ ដែលមជ្ឈមណ្ឌលដើមអម្ពិល ទទួលបាននៅថ្ងៃទី ៣០ ខែធ្នូ ឆ្នាំ២០១៤ បានឲ្យដឹថា «ក្រសួងសេដ្ឋកិច្ចនិងហិរញ្ញវត្ថុ សូមណែនាំ ដល់ក្រសួង ស្ថាប័ន មន្ទីរជំនាញ អាជ្ញាធរ និងអង្គភាពពាក់ព័ន្ធទាំងអស់ អនុវត្តការទូទាត់ចំពោះទឹកប្រាក់គ្រប់ប្រភេទ ដែលត្រូវបើក ឬទូទាត់ជូនមន្ត្រីរាជការ ដែលមានដូចជា បុព្វលាភ លាភការ ប្រាក់បំណាច់ ប្រាក់បេសកកម្ម ប្រាក់សង្គមកិច្ច ប្រាក់ឧបត្ថម្ភ ប្រាក់ម៉ោងបន្ថែម ជាដើម ដោយធ្វើការ បង្វែរ ត្រង់ចូល គណនីប្រាក់បៀរវត្ស របស់មន្ត្រីរាជការផ្ទាល់តែម្តង»។

បើតាមសារាចរ ការសម្រេចកែប្រែបែបនេះ ដើម្បីអនុតាមកម្មវិធីកែទម្រង់ ការគ្រប់គ្រងហិរញ្ញវត្ថុសាធារណៈ របស់រាជរដ្ឋាភិបាល និងផ្អែកលើបទពិសោធន៍ដ៏ល្អ និងមានប្រសិទ្ធភាពខ្ពស់ ក្នុងការបើកប្រាក់ជូនមន្ត្រីរាជការ តាមប្រព័ន្ធធនាគារ នៅទូទាំងប្រទេស ក្នុងរយៈកាលកន្លងមក ថាមានការងារស្រួលក្នុងការគ្រប់គ្រង។

ក្រសួងសេដ្ឋកិច្ច និងហិរញ្ញវត្ថុ បានដាក់កំហិតដល់ក្រសួង ស្ថាប័ន មន្ទីរជំនាញ អាជ្ញាធរ និងអង្គភាពពាក់ព័ន្ធទាំងអស់ អនុវត្តមានសារាច រឲ្យមានប្រសិទ្ធភាពខ្ពស់ ចាប់ពីថ្ងៃទី២៩ ខែធ្នូ ឆ្នាំ ២០១៤ តទៅ។

សូមជម្រាបថា ការសម្រេចកែប្រែ ការបើកប្រាក់ជូនមន្ត្រីរាជការនេះ ត្រូវបានគេមើលឃើញថា ដើម្បីជៀសវាងអំពើពុករលួយ ដែលអាចកើតមាន នៅក្នុងការបើកប្រាក់គ្រប់ប្រភេទទាំងនោះ ៕

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North Korea Vs Sony Pciture

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Screen Today, the CNN reports that North Korea might help by China in hack the Sony picture. It is a bit complicate story for those who not seriously watch the social media. There are two parties in the US: Obama and Romney. There are two stars in the Sony Comedy's Movie! One is Romney, other is North Korea leader. Obama said so far that North Korea is behind the hack operation. North Korea said Obama is monkey. Now, Romney said China might help the North Korea in doing hack job. Experts rejected the idea that North Korea was behind the mentioned hack.







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Sunday, December 28, 2014

North Korea has another internet shutdown

Seoul: North Korea has suffered an internet shutdown for at least two hours, Chinese state media and cyber experts say, after Pyongyang blamed Washington for an online blackout earlier this week.



Xinhua news agency reported that North Korea's internet and mobile 3G network came to a standstill at 7.30am local time on Saturday (9.30am Australian eastern time) in Pyongyang and had not returned to normal as of 9.30pm.

Xinhua's reporters in North Korea found that the internet was "very unstable" throughout the day, the report added.
North Korea earlier in the day called US President Barack Obama a "monkey" for inciting cinemas to screen a comedy featuring a fictional plot to kill its leader, and blamed Washington for an internet blackout this week.

The isolated dictatorship's powerful National Defence Commission (NDC) threatened "inescapable deadly blows" over the film and accused the US of "disturbing the internet operation" of North Korean media outlets.
"The United States, with its large physical size and oblivious to the shame of playing hide and seek as children with runny noses would, has begun disrupting the internet operations of the main media outlets of our republic," said the statement. In the past few days, the websites of the state-run news agency and the newspaper Rodong Sinmun, two of the North's main outlets to the world, were among those that went dead for several hours.

"Obama always goes reckless in words and deeds like a monkey in a tropical forest," the statement said.

The earlier internet outage triggered speculation that US authorities may have launched a cyber-attack in retaliation for the hacking of Sony Pictures - the studio behind The Interview, a comedy set in North Korea.

Washington has said the attack on Sony Pictures was carried out by Pyongyang, but some experts have suggested Russian hackers may be responsible.

Meanwhile, Sony Pictures' Japanese parent company Sony Corp has been working for a third day to restore services to its PlayStation network as the FBI said it was looking into the disruption, which began on Christmas Day.

"We are aware of the reports and are investigating the Sony PlayStation matter," FBI spokeswoman Jenny Shearer said via email. She did not elaborate.

"If you received a PlayStation console over the holidays and have been unable to log onto the network, know that this problem is temporary and is not caused by your game console," Sony executive Catherine Jensen said on the company's US PlayStation blog.

Sony declined to say how many of the network's 56 million users had been affected by the attack.

A hacker activist group known as Lizard Squad said it was responsible for the network outage as well as delays on Microsoft's Xbox network; Microsoft quickly fixed the problem.

The group has claimed responsibility for previous attacks, including ones on PlayStation in early December and August.

The August attack coincided with a bomb scare in which Lizard Squad tweeted to American Airlines that it heard explosives were on board a Dallas to San Diego flight carrying an executive with Sony Online Entertainment.

Sony has been the victim of some of the most notorious cyberattacks in history. Besides the breach at its Hollywood studio, hackers stole data belonging to 77 million PlayStation Network users in 2011.

New York Times, AFP, Reuters
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North Korean internet suffers more outages:DPRK blames U.S. for December 22 internet blackout

http://www.nknews.org/

North Korea’s internet suffered more outages on December 27 and 28, with in country reporters from Chinese media outlet Xinhua also claiming that 3G services had been affected.
The most recent internet blackout occurred yesterday at 1pm local time in Pyongyang, which followed a larger outage on Saturday 27.
“At Pyongyang time 7:30 p.m. Saturday, DPRK’s Internet and 3G mobile network came to a standstill, and had not returned to normal at press time as of 9:30 p.m. Saturday, according to Xinhua reporters and Chinese facilities based in the country,” Xinhua reported.
Though it is difficult to establish if the outages are caused by a cyber-attack, experts believe that North Korea’s connection problems are likely the result of private hacking groups running denial of service (DDoS) attacks on the DPRK’s limited internet capabilities.
Denial of service attacks involve overwhelming a server with more traffic than it can handle, and are different from the attack carried out on Sony last month.
“A DDoS attack is quite straightforward, doesn’t require much technical knowledge to carry out, and appeals to the “younger generation” which fashion themselves as hackers,” Frank Feinstein, NK Newschief technical officer said.
“It’s nothing compared to Sony – this is like firing a warning shot at a country in response to them nuking you,” Feinstein added.
While attribution of such attacks is difficult, two hacking groups claimed responsibility for knocking North Korea offline on December 22.
“Lizard squad”, a group which has a history of attacking Sony and Xbox gaming services, tweeted that “Xbox Live & other targets have way more capacity. North Korea is a piece of cake,” while a further group also sent tweets claiming responsibility for both attacks:

Organizations plan to send ‘Interview’ copies into the North

http://www.nknews.org/
Anti-Pyongyang activists hoping for launch of 100,000 copies sometime in January
Defector groups are planning to send copies of The Interview via balloon launch, the controversial movie depicting the assassination of Kim Jong Un, with the U.S.-based Human Rights Foundation sponsoring them.
The launch is expected for as early as next month.
Defector and well-known critic of the North Park Sang-hak, confirmed that his organization, Fighters for a Free North Korea, is receiving support from HRF including the full costs of sending 100,000 copies of the movie into the North.
Park had told the media he wants the launch to take place next month, and said they were currently in the process of preparing subtitles for the movie.
In response to Sony Pictures’ cancellation of The Interview’s planned theatrical release following a massive hack attack, HRF had previously announced a project called “Hack Them Back,” which would entail sending information into the North via hydrogen balloons, radio waves, and items smuggled over the Chinese border.
Those involved in the project are reportedly considering inviting Randall Park, the actor portraying Kim Jong Un in the movie, to attend the ceremony in which the launch takes place. Inside sources have toldNK News, however, that neither Sony Pictures nor Seth Rogan and James Franco, the movie’s stars, have any involvement in the project.
An email to HRF for more details on the project had not yet been returned.
The Interview has since been made available through online rental and screening at select cinemas. South Korea, however, is not screening it, citing inter-Korean relations.
Picture: The Interview 

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Reviewing Airplane Crisis 2014: Malaysia Airlines Flight 17

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Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 (MH17/MAS17)[a] was a scheduled international passenger flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur that crashed on 17 July 2014, having been shot down, killing all 283 passengers and 15 crew on board.[2] The Boeing 777-200ER airliner lost contact about 50 km (31 mi) from the Ukraine–Russia border and crashed near Torez in Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine, 40 km (25 mi) from the border,[3] over territory controlled by pro-Russian separatists.[4] The crash occurred during the Battle in Shakhtarsk Raion, part of the ongoing war in Donbass, in an area controlled by the Donbass People's Militia. According to American and German intelligence sources, the plane was shot down by pro-Russian separatists using a Buk surface-to-air missile fired from the territory which they controlled.[5][6] The Russian government blamed the Ukrainian government.[7] The Dutch Safety Board is currently leading an investigation into the incident and issued a preliminary report on 9 September 2014; a final accident report is expected in August 2015.[8][9]
Evidence from open sources indicated that separatists in Ukraine were in control of a Buk missile launcher on 17 July and transported it from Donetsk to Snizhne.[10] This is based on tracing the path of the missile, analysis of shrapnel patterns in the wreckage, voice print analysis of separatists' conversations in which they claimed credit for the strike, and that photos and other data from social media sites all indicated that Russian-backed separatists had fired the missile.[7] Immediately after the crash, a post appeared on the VKontakte social media website attributed to Igor Girkin, leader of the Donbass separatists, claiming responsibility for shooting down an AN-26,[11][12][13] but after it became clear that a civilian aircraft had been shot down, the separatists denied any involvement, and the post was taken down. Russia has said that Ukraine "bears full, total responsibility" for the crash because it happened in Ukrainian airspace.[14] The Ukrainian government states the missile was launched by "Russian professionals and coordinated from Russia".[15][16]

People on board by nationality[29][37]
NationNumber
 Australia27
 Belgium4
 Canada[c][38]1
 Germany[d]4
 Indonesia12
 Malaysia[e]43
 Netherlands[f]193
 New Zealand1
 Philippines3
 United Kingdom[g]10
Total298
Malaysia said intelligence reports on the downing of MH17 were "pretty conclusive", but more investigation was necessary to be certain that a surface to air missile brought down the plane, after which they would look at the criminal side.[17][18][19] The German Federal Intelligence Service reportedly concluded that the plane was shot down by pro-Russian separatists using a captured Ukrainian Buk system.[20][21][22] CT scans of MH17 victims showed 'non aircraft metal'[23] and on 19 December 2014 the Ukrainian SBU security service said that some of the bodies contained metal fragments that indicated the plane was shot down by a surface to air missile.[24]