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Kimberly Crawley
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Lives in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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My latest #infosec article is about how Apple is partly to blame for the latest cyberattack on Leslie Jones.

#apple #icloud #IStandWithLeslie
Celebrities are a massive target for the pathetic manbabies who engage in blackhat behaviour driven by hatred.
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Fuck you, The Economist.
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Maybe they're seeing through the blarney? Way I understand it, diamonds are common. They're expensive only because a worldwide cartel restricts supply and assiduously promotes the idea that they should never be resold.
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Because Americants are misinformed or stupid, or both.
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or because most americans don't give a damn about bombs being dropped on arab countries to "fight terror" and the "collateral damage" they cause
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Malware/virus problems?

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Does your computer have strange symptoms that need to be checked out?

My name is Kim, and I can fix your Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux problems via remote support. You may even watch my work while I'm doing it!

I've been doing remote tech support for years, and I have excellent references upon request. I'm especially adept at virus/malware removal and prevention. I also have an extensive history as a computer security expert writing for publications like Computerworld, CIO, CSO, and 2600 Magazine.

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Malware/virus removal and future prevention is a flat $20 per session. All other remote tech support services are $30 per session.

Remote support can be done at those prices anywhere in Canada.

If your computer has a problem that cannot be fixed via remote support, such as a hardware problem, I can visit you onsite. Onsite support is $40 per session (in addition to any remote support done) within Hamilton or Burlington, $60 per session for Oakville, Mississauga, or Toronto. Possible hardware component replacement is plus the retail price of the replacement component. I buy components from Canada Computers and you may shop with me if you'd prefer.

I accept payment for remote support via Interac Etransfer (if you have online banking with a major Canadian bank, you're already ready!), or Stripe. Onsite support can be paid by Interac Etransfer, Stripe, or cash.

** Ask me about Android rooting and iPhone/iPad jailbreaking! **

#Toronto #HamOnt #tech #malware #infosec #Windows #Mac #OSX #Linux
Malware/virus problems? Is your computer running slowly? Does your computer have strange symptoms that need to be checked out? My name is Kim, and I can fix your Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux problems...
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Good to know. Thanks +Michael Marciano​
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Better Christians than Christians for sure! Hahaha.
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Yay! I got the job! 
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+Kimberly Crawley Well, congratulations anyway.
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The DOJ's announcement is being met with considerable fanfare, but the plan will not reduce number of people in prison.
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h/t +Susan Allen 
I was 3 years old when my mother, Danielle Metz, was arrested, tried and convicted for drug conspiracy. My brother, Carl Jr. was 7 when our world came crashing down because we lost both our parents to the drug war. I am now 26 years old, married and want to have a child of my own, but I can’t imagine...
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How are you Kimberly like to know you my dear if you don't mind
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Workers are facing job insecurity, intense work, forced redeployments, flexible contracts, worker surveillance, not to mention almost no legal recourse.
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There's an Ouroboros-esque system in place in so many American communities, and it works like this: Middle class and, especially, upper-middle class whites, predominantly, run both the companies and courts in a county or town. Each pays the other, but there's no direct exchange of money. Instead, courts over-fine the poor, especially those of color, for the smallest infractions of the law, which enters them into the "criminal justice" system, from which there's no escape. Once in, cops, judges, prosecutors, jailers, parole officers, and other parasites, all feed on this directly for their incomes with no regard as to what their leechlike behavior does to the affected.

Initially, a person is fined for, say, a broken tail light. They're already scrambling to make ends meet, now they have to cough up a couple hundred dollars for a replacement auto part AS WELL AS THE FINE. They can't buy it, and a warrant is issued, along with a second citation. Now, the "criminal justice" system is into them for 3 times as much as the original fine. Then, when they can't pay again because it's simply too much - which the court INTENDS - they're incarcerated, and fined for THAT! Upon release, they're handed over to a probation officer - or private company - to whom they have to pay MORE money, on top of the already egregious fines.

Why don't other community leaders speak up about this abuse? Because they benefit from it! Here's how.

Those "leaders" need minimum wage, low-earning workers to staff their poor-working-environment companies. In a better world, those jobs would pay much more because otherwise, no one would want to do them. Think animal slaughterhouses and processing plants, for example. So, the company owners - the community's "leaders" - support and help get re-elected the local judges and sheriffs who oversee their community's Crime Incorporated, "criminal justice" system. In turn, the business owners get a never-ending supply of cheap labor to use AT WILL in their shitty jobs. They know they don't have to pay a decent wage, especially considering the horrid working conditions, or offer valuable benefits because if a person quits - or gets put in jail - there will be 10 more looking for work the same moment - literally the same MINUTE - because they need money to pay their own fines into the system.

And they do it in plain sight.

If you're not offended by that, then you're probably profiting from it, and if you're not speaking out, you should be!

Thanks to +Beorn Borg for the video link and conversation in a different thread, which prompted me to get pissed off about this. Again.

I'm sure that both +Rugger Ducky and +Valkyrie will have some input on this.
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    Information Technology, 2009 - 2010
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Birthday
January 13
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Engaged
Other names
Kim, Kimberly Faye Crawley, Creepy Crawley, Crow Girl, Miss Raven,the Great Dark Goddess of Geekdom
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Infosec writer, + developer of Hackers Vs Banksters. Infosec Patreon: http://bit.ly/KimCrawley Game: http://bit.ly/1TyGcPx
Introduction
I work in IT, and I do a lot of writing and blogging on the side. I love Japanese food, web development, candy, technology, jazz/funk/R&B/prog rock, gaming, radical philosophers, and trying to be witty... whether or not I succeed.
Bragging rights
I've mixed and mingled with pretty much EVERY WALK OF LIFE. NOTHING shocks me. I'm tough as nails. I've survived the worst, and lived to tell the tale. And what I know about computing can be very frightening.
Work
Occupation
IT Security Researcher and Curriculum Contributor
Skills
Scientific research, information security, technical writing and journalism
Employment
  • InfoSec Institute
    IT Security Researcher, 2011 - 2015
    I do academic research and curriculum development in the field of IT security.I share knowledge about how to keep data secure.
  • Financial Outsource Inc.
    IT Support, 2011 - present
  • Somewhat Subversive Freelancing
    tech support/journalism/web development/cheerleading/people hacking/conspiring, 1996 - present
  • InfoSec Institute
    IT Security Researcher, Associate Editor and Curriculum Contributor, 2010 - present
    I'm a frequent contributor and associate editor of articles on the InfoSec Institute's Resources website.I'm also contributing to their IT certification exam study curriculum.
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada - Mississauga, Ontario, Canada - Huntsville, Ontario, Canada - Burlington, Ontario, Canada - Hamilton, Ontario, Canada - White Rock, British Columbia, Canada
The Waverley Hotel breaks the law as follows: They spontaneously double rates of month to month rooming houses- a violation of Landlord/Tenant Laws. (We've verified this with our lawyers. Even if a hotel rents month to month, they are subject to Landlord/Tenant law as it pertains to rooming houses. They illegally refused me entry into my unit. The place is infested with bedbugs, cockroaches, mice, and is otherwise unhygienic. Many residents of the hotel are confirmed prostitutes and drug dealers.
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