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Perseids over the Pyrénées
Image Credit & Copyright: Jean-Francois Graffand
https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap170818.html

This mountain and night skyscape stretches across the French Pyrenees National Park on August 12, near the peak of the annual Perseid meteor shower. The multi-exposure panoramic view was composed from the Col d'Aubisque, a mountain pass, about an hour before the bright gibbous moon rose. Centered is a misty valley and lights from the region's Gourette ski station toward the south. Taken over the following hour, frames capturing some of the night's long bright perseid meteors were aligned against the backdrop of stars and Milky Way.
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"Also the beauty that is being taken out of our cities, towns and parks will be greatly missed and never able to be comparably replaced!"

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Who is to blame for the world's worst cholera outbreak?

@AJInsideStory discusses: http://aje.io/a4rrk
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#Media #Oligarchs #MegaBanks vs #Union #Occupy #BLM #SDF #Humanity

@realDonaldTrump

Yeah. Remembered fighting for Equal Rights. for the workers AND AGAINST Nazi fucks who voted & support YOU #IWW #Solidarity #HeatherHeyer

https://twitter.com/SexualSocialist/status/897939404584493057/photo/1
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Former Presidents George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush have issued statements condemning hate groups. http://nbcbay.com/BWZlnyr
What do you think about what they had to say?
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Researchers report >4,000 apps that secretly record audio and steal logs

A single threat actor has aggressively bombarded Android users with more than 4,000 spyware apps since February, and in at least three cases the actor snuck the apps into Google's official Play Market, security researchers said Thursday. Soniac was one of the three apps that made its way into Google Play, according to a blog post published Thursday by a researcher from mobile security firm Lookout. The app, which had from 1,000 to 5,000 downloads before Google removed it, provided messaging functions through a customized version of the Telegram communications program. Behind the scenes, Soniac had the ability to surreptitiously record audio, take phones, make calls, send text messages, and retrieve logs, contacts, and information about Wi-Fi access points. Google ejected the app after Lookout reported it as malicious. Two other apps—one called Hulk Messenger and the other Troy Chat—were also available in Play but were later removed. It's not clear if the developer withdrew the apps or if Google expelled them after discovering their spying capabilities. The remaining apps—which since February number slightly more than 4,000—are being distributed through other channels that weren't immediately clear. Lookout researcher Michael Flossman said those channels may include alternative markets or targeted text messages that include a download link. The apps are all part of a malware family Lookout calls SonicSpy. "What's commonly seen in all SonicSpy samples is that once they compromise a device they beacon to command and control servers and await for instructions from the operator who can issue one of seventy three supported commands," Flossman wrote in the e-mail. "The way this has been implemented is distinct across the entire SonicSpy family." Once installed, SonicSpy apps remove their launcher icon to hide their presence and then establish a connection to the control server located on port 2222 of arshad93.ddns[.]net.

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Speaks tons about this subject in Oz. And we have the religtard right wing nut job mad monk, ex PM fuck knuckle, Tony Abbott still trying to interfere with people's lives. (Auto correct said Tiny Abbott. I think it's alive! 😂)
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