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ΣΚΟΠΙΑ ΣΤΟ ΣΙΝΙΚΟ ΤΕΙΧΟΣ

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Μη αναγνωσμένη δημοσίευση από foscilis » 27 Οκτ 2018, 11:23

Βλεπεις να μη δουλεψε;

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Μη αναγνωσμένη δημοσίευση από Northern Spirit » 01 Νοέμ 2018, 03:41

Tα συντροφια του ΚΚΚ σε νεες κομμουνιστικες περιπετειες:
http://www.atimes.com/article/beware-ch ... our-email/
Beware: China may be reading your email
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new report alleges China uses key internet vulnerabilities to hijack traffic amid claims its technological success is ‘dependent on massive expropriation of foreign R&D’
By CHRIS TAYLOR @CHRISVTAYLOR OCTOBER 31, 2018 5:57 PM (UTC+8) 162 10
Report asks whether internet traffic from Canada to South Korea was hijacked by China Telecom and routed through China.

Report asks whether internet traffic from Canada to South Korea was hijacked by China Telecom and routed through China. Photo illustration: iStock
A recent academic report claims that China has been routinely and systematically hijacking internet traffic from the United States, Canada, Europe and other countries through security flaws in the deep structure of the internet. To put it simply, somebody in Beijing may be receiving and reading your emails before you do, as well as capturing your passwords and other personal data from websites you visit.

“China ’s Maxim – Leave No Access Point Unexploited: The Hidden Story of China Telecom’s BGP Hijacking,” by Chris C Demchak of the US Naval War College and Yuval Shavitt of Tel Aviv University. The report was published in a peer-reviewed journal published annually by the Military Cyber Professionals Association.


The report alleges that a voluntary US-China 2016 agreement, which aimed to stop military forces from hacking commercial enterprises for economic gain, has appeared to reduce Chinese internet theft against western targets. However, as the report also notes, China’s technological development still continues to be “dependent on massive expropriation of foreign R&D.”


The report documents one way in which that is carried out.

An ‘innocuous player’
As Chinese companies such as Huawei and ZTE are viewed with suspicion in the West, the Chinese government has chosen what the researchers call “a seemingly innocuous player” to reroute, or hijack, internet traffic. The so-called “innocuous player” is state-owned China Telecom, a telecoms giant with close to 300,000 employees.

To understand how China Telecom has been able to divert internet traffic to China and copy it, as the report claims, it is necessary to delve briefly into the obscure world of the internet’s foundational infrastructure.

Essentially, China Telecom has numerous Points of Presence (PoP) in the US and Europe. Think of a PoP as a delivery system that ensures that “packages” sent via the internet reach their intended destinations as efficiently as possible. They are delivery services that connect all the smaller networks that comprise the overall internet.

The small networks are called autonomous systems and could be anything from banks and tech giants to your local Internet Service Provider.

On the other hand, overseas telecoms are barred from operating PoPs in China. The country has just three gateways, in Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong. This protects China’s domestic traffic from foreign hijacking.

Meanwhile, enter Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) – the key Internet routing protocol for connecting the innumerable autonomous systems that comprise the internet.

Insecure protocol
“BGP is a notoriously insecure protocol used to route internet traffic,” comments Cory Doctorow, a respected technology pundit. Doctorow continues: “By design it is dynamic and responsive, moving traffic away from congested routes and onto those with more capacity: this flexibility can be exploited to force traffic to route through surveillance chokepoints.”

BGP was developed in 1989 – when the internet was generally perceived as an emergent technology bringing the world closer together. It was also the same year that the internet first began to be used in China. In fact, the country did not start to fully implement the internet, and on a negligible scale, until 1994, when China was still widely regarded as a benign backwater.

China is rightly no longer regarded as benign or a backwater, and its hijacking activities are difficult to detect. China Telecom has multiple points of presence (PoPs) in North America and Europe and rerouting traffic via ultra-fast fiber-optic cables causes delays to be almost unnoticeable.

All the same, the report is not exactly news. BGP exploits are probably more common than is largely realized and are probably used by all state players capable of doing so, notably Russia.

But China is regarded as a particularly egregious player. In 2010, for example, the US-China Economic and Security Commission reported to the US Congress on such “hijacks” in a 300-page report that included information on an incident in which 15% of global internet traffic suddenly started to pass through Chinese servers en-route to its intended destinations, according to Ars Technica, a technology-focused news website.

Malicious intent
This would be less problematic if all internet traffic were highly encrypted. Unfortunately, some of it is not. But as the researchers also note: “If diverted and copied for even small amounts of time, even encrypted traffic can be broken.”

In the meantime, the attacks continue and will likely continue to do so. The researchers describe the hijacks as “repetitive,” suggesting “malicious intent.”

Events documented by the report include a six-month period from February 2016, when traffic from Canada to South Korea was “hijacked by China Telecom and routed through China” and a similar incident in which traffic from several locations to the US to “a large Anglo-American bank headquarters in Milan, Italy was hijacked by China Telecom to China.”

If there is any key takeaway from reports such as this, it is that the internet, which has revolutionized modern life, was built on trust. We now live in untrusting times.
"Έκαστος τόπος έχει την πληγήν του: Η Αγγλία την ομίχλην, η Αίγυπτος τας οφθαλμίας, η Βλαχία τας ακρίδας και η Ελλάς τους Έλληνας".

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Μη αναγνωσμένη δημοσίευση από Σουβλίτσα » 10 Νοέμ 2018, 14:58

Xinhua's first English ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE anchor makes debut
:-?:-?:-?

...δι᾿ ἐσόπτρου ἐν αἰνίγματι...

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Μη αναγνωσμένη δημοσίευση από Dwarven Blacksmith » 10 Νοέμ 2018, 15:16

Είδαμε και τους ανθρώπους δημοσιογράφους πόσο τους εκτιμούσατε...
“My doubts stand in a circle around every word, I see them before I see the word, but what then! I do not see the word at all, I invent it.”

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Μη αναγνωσμένη δημοσίευση από Σουβλίτσα » 10 Νοέμ 2018, 15:16

Αυτό τώρα δηλαδή είναι αληθινο AI? :smt017

τί γίνεται ρε σεις
...δι᾿ ἐσόπτρου ἐν αἰνίγματι...

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Μη αναγνωσμένη δημοσίευση από Dwarven Blacksmith » 10 Νοέμ 2018, 15:19

Ε όχι βέβαια, deepfake είναι προφανώς, μια εικόνα μου κινείται ρεαλιστικά, διαβάζει κείμενο και παράγει ήχο.
“My doubts stand in a circle around every word, I see them before I see the word, but what then! I do not see the word at all, I invent it.”

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Μη αναγνωσμένη δημοσίευση από Σουβλίτσα » 10 Νοέμ 2018, 15:23

Πληροφοριακά ρωτάω, δεν γνωρίζω από τις τεχνολογικές εξελίξεις στην πράξη, αυτό μπορείς να το κάνεις και με συγκεκριμένα πρόσωπα, όπως εδώ δηλαδή ε?

https://www.theverge.com/tldr/2018/4/17 ... e-buzzfeed

μπορείς πχ να μιμηθείς με απόλυτη επιτυχία σε ένα βίντεο ή μαγνητοφώνηση κάποιον άνθρωπο και να τον βάλεις να πει αυτά που θέλεις?!
...δι᾿ ἐσόπτρου ἐν αἰνίγματι...

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Μη αναγνωσμένη δημοσίευση από dna replication » 11 Νοέμ 2018, 01:16

φίλος ιρλανδός έπιασε δουλειά σε κινεζικό πανεπιστήμιο
άμεσα δέχθηκε επίσκεψη τοπικού αξιωματούχου του ΚΚΚ που μαζί με εγκάρδιες ευχές για το έργο του, του έθεσε τους κανόνες:
δεν κριτικάρουμε την κυβέρνηση
δεν κάνουμε θρησκευτική προπαγάνδα και προσηλυτισμό
αν στο μάθημα χρειαστεί να δείξουμε χάρτη της Κινας, να είμαστε σίγουροι οτι περιλαμβάνει την Ταιβάν
δεν ταξιδεύουμε απευθείας στην Ταϊβάν, αν το θέλουμε τόσο πολύ μπορούμε να πάμε μέσω Καζαχστάν π,χ,

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Μη αναγνωσμένη δημοσίευση από Northern Spirit » 11 Νοέμ 2018, 01:28

Σουβλίτσα έγραψε:
10 Νοέμ 2018, 14:58
Xinhua's first English ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE anchor makes debut
:-?:-?:-?

Οι συντροφοι παντα πρωτοποριακοι στην κρατικη προπαγανδα.. :lol:
"Έκαστος τόπος έχει την πληγήν του: Η Αγγλία την ομίχλην, η Αίγυπτος τας οφθαλμίας, η Βλαχία τας ακρίδας και η Ελλάς τους Έλληνας".

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Μη αναγνωσμένη δημοσίευση από Σουβλίτσα » 11 Νοέμ 2018, 01:34

Βρε αν ξαμοληθούν αυτοί κατα δω θα μας κάνουν μεγάλο πατιρντί, μακρυάααα! :-?:-?
...δι᾿ ἐσόπτρου ἐν αἰνίγματι...

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Μη αναγνωσμένη δημοσίευση από Dwarven Blacksmith » 16 Δεκ 2018, 18:06

Το παρακάτω δεν έχει επιβεβαιωθεί αλλά ούτε και διαψευσθεί.
Παρακαλούνται όλοι οι gamers σε προκαταβολική συμμόρφωση, ευχαριστώ.
Εικόνα
“My doubts stand in a circle around every word, I see them before I see the word, but what then! I do not see the word at all, I invent it.”

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Μη αναγνωσμένη δημοσίευση από Northern Spirit » 17 Ιαν 2019, 12:56

Φουσκα ο δρακοντας. Οι κινεζοι συντροφοι ακολουθωντας τους Σοβιετικους συντροφους φουσκωνουνε τα νουμερα της οικονομιας με τρομπα κανονικη...Το σκασιμο προβελεπεται να ακουστει μεχρι την Αθηνα. :lol:

http://www.atimes.com/article/controver ... -in-china/
Controversy surrounds the economic numbers game in China
Clashing opinions about GDP growth has reignited an old debate about the credibility of the country’s data


By SEBASTIEN FALLETTI JANUARY 17, 2019 5:43 PM (UTC+8) 0 0
Economic data released by China's government has triggered a debate about GDP numbers. Image: iStock
Economic data released by China's government has triggered a debate about GDP numbers. Image: iStock
This is not a figure, but a bombshell. Xiang Songzuo probably knew what he was doing when he told his audience that China’s growth was actually four times weaker than what the authorities claimed.

By doing this, Xiang reignited a sensitive debate about the credibility of official Chinese statistics among investors anxious about the slowdown in the world’s second-largest economy.

The senior scholar from the prestigious Renmin University in Beijing claimed that the real GDP growth for 2018 was just 1.67%, which was considerably lower than the official target of 6.5%.

In an alarmist speech delivered last month, Xiang said that this explosive data was included in a confidential report from a renowned official research institute, but declined to name the institution.

“The real economy in China is in a sorry state,” the senior fellow at the Centre for International Monetary Research in Renmin, said.

He then predicted an era of “turbulence” unseen in four decades, leading the charge against President Xi Jinping’s central government agenda.

The comment immediately spread on social media before being swiftly censored. Some senior economists based in the country, who believe China’s growth is indeed slowing at a faster pace than expected, viewed the controversial figure with skepticism.

“We should not take that number as a serious one. It comes from an economist who apparently is very critical of the situation. Our expectation is 6.3% growth for 2018 and that is not necessarily good news,” Alicia Garcia Herrero, the chief Asia economist for Natixis, the French corporate and investment bank, in Hong Kong, said.

Last month, China’s exports dropped 4.4% compared to the same period in 2017. These figures were the lowest since 2016, fueling concerns among investors that the country is heading for a hard landing.

Old debate

Still, Xiang’s bold claim has sparked an ongoing debate about the credibility of data published by China’s National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), which are followed avidly by markets around the world. Many analysts question the accuracy of the numbers put forward by the government and collected in the world most populated country.

“We cannot trust official statistics. There are no reliable official data available which is a real challenge to assess the state of the economy,” Xie Guozhong, an independent economist based in Shanghai, said.

Even Premier Li Keqiang admitted privately that he did not rely on official GDP data to get a proper sense of the country’s economic activity, according to a US diplomatic cable revealed by Wikileaks. During a conversation with the US ambassador in 2007 when he was head of the Communist Party in Liaoning province, Li explained that he looked instead at three other key numbers. They were electricity consumption, railway cargo volume and banking loans.

Known as the “Li Keqiang Index,” it is considered one model by analysts and economists assessing the health of China’s economy.

“Electricity consumption is a more credible source. Yet you should not trust the total national figure but look at the production of each power plant,” Xie cautioned.

New cars are seen at a parking lot in Shenyang, China. Photo: China Daily via AFP New cars in a parking lot in Shenyang, China. Photo: China Daily / AFP
The ongoing transformation from an export-driven manufacturing base towards a consumption-led economy in China is also complicating data mix. Domestic consumption contributed to 77.8 % of China’s growth in the first quarter of 2018, according to the NBS, indicating that consumers are the new economic driving force.

The e-commerce giants, such as Alibaba and rival Tencent which owns the ubiquitous Wechat messaging app and its mobile payment system, are well positioned to assess the real spending power of consumers.

But those companies tend to keep precious data close to their chests, although they have to cooperate with the government.

Needless to say, economists have to rely on other types of data in order to assess the economy. “To get a sense of the slowdown you have to look at real estate and car sales, which respectively account for 13% and 7% of the GDP,” economist Xie said.

That is worth more than exports to the United States, which are supposed to represent only 6% of China’s GDP. “Both sectors have experienced a slow down in 2018,” Xie added.

Auto market

For the first time, the world largest auto market witnessed a drop in vehicle sales last year, illustrating the depth of the downturn. As for the real estate sector, it may even face “a year of recession in 2019,” according to the investment bank China International Capital Corp (CICC) in a report published last autumn.

Against this backdrop, it has become increasingly challenging to assess the overall picture of GDP growth. To add to the dilemma, the country is divided between well-developed coastal regions and less advanced but dynamic western provinces.

Overall, many China-based economists believe the actual GDP number is below the official figure, with one source in Beijing claiming it was in a “range of 4 to 5%.”

“Our China Activity Proxy (CAP) points to a slowdown to near 5% growth in November. One striking feature of the November data is how consistently weak it has been, with property the solitary bright spot,” Julian Evans-Pritchard, the senior China economist at Capital Economics, said in a note.

“In addition to the CAP, growth of industrial output, fixed investment, retail sales, exports, imports and both official PMIs all weakened,” he added.

Amid trade tensions with the US, investors’ scrutiny of China’s data will only increase in the next 12 months. Yet some economists have downplayed the importance of exact GDP figures, stressing that trends are more important indicators than the real scale of the growth.

“There is always some data massaging but the key is not the level but the change, which is indeed a deceleration,” Garcia Herrero at Natixis said. “[This] is bound to continue but probably more moderately than the market expects thanks to the massive stimulus [measures].”

The French corporate and investment bank forecasts 6.1% growth in 2019, which is far more than Xiang’s bombshell for 2018. Yet, it appears, no one is rejoicing.
"Έκαστος τόπος έχει την πληγήν του: Η Αγγλία την ομίχλην, η Αίγυπτος τας οφθαλμίας, η Βλαχία τας ακρίδας και η Ελλάς τους Έλληνας".

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