Hi Ryan,I am sorry to hear about that. It is a dreadful feeling when one finds out that someone has hacked into one's computer, it makes one feel so dirty, like when a burglar breaks into ones house, and pisses and shits all over the floor just for the sake of it. It is even worse, when one hasn't backed up ones data recently, or found out that the last back up was unsuccessful, or it is the only one that one has got! And when one can't get access to find out how it was done, who done it or why it was done, or what was accessed and stolen it is even worse, particularly if ones bank accounts and all sorts of private stuff are kept on it. I had it happen to me once, when the motherboard on my laptop was hit by summat or other. I had to replace the whole computer as it wasn't worth replacing the board, it being so old. After being hit a couple of times with viruses and worms, it really pisses one off. Have you managed to sort it out or discover how it happened?
ATB Dougie. On 05/08/14 23:43, Ryan Carboni wrote:
my firmware was hacked!!!!111On Tue, Aug 5, 2014 at 6:46 AM, doug <douglasrankine2001@xxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:douglasrankine2001@xxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:My Dear Georgio, I am terribly sorry to see you leave...missin' you already...:-) I might be stupid...but I am not deaf! Now, why don't you go to url: http://www.freelists.org/list/cryptome and follow the instructions. All good cryptome users are in control of their computers, especially their email subscriptions...and they know where to go to get advice...Quietly ATB Dougie. On 05/08/14 14:27, Pier Giorgio Zunino wrote:PLEASE REMOVE me FROM THE LIST !!!! 2014-07-20 2:31 GMT+02:00 coderman <coderman@xxxxxxxxx <mailto:coderman@xxxxxxxxx>>: i am trying to find the first reference to "data diodes" in any NSA documents or leaks. bonus points for background on where this technical structure originated and why :) best regards,