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Massive ‘Cyber Attack’ On U.S. — St. Louis, Seattle And California Getting Blasted!

Thursday, September 4, 2014 19:54
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[Ed. Note: We have no point of reference to judge the merit or seriousness of these "attacks". For those who do, please contribute your knowledge in the comments below.]

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    Within the past hour or so… a geo-political-religious blog
    I was commenting on, suddenly went down… came up…
    then back down… etc…. the problem is continuing…

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      Shortly before the problem began… someone commented in Arabic.

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  • ed

    Over here in Phoenix Az. I have not ben able to access Internet for almost 48 hours. the same thing happened near the end of August( last week) Three (3) days in a row, no internet. Then Magically it all come s on as if everything was O.K. . I think this is some thing to worry about.

    • I have been on my computer/internet heavily in the last week and have had no downtime.

  • Massive heads up..I think the cyber attacks are meant for the faa air route control station 10 miles from kirtsville mo, aldo seattle has a major air traffic control system operating in federal way wasington..this may be a prelude to those missing 11 commercial airliners dropping out of slies soon over msjor citys..they might also be carrying chemicals or dirty bombs

  • Boeing (as in, Boeing 747/7X7 planes and military aircraft) has locations in Seattle, St. Louis, and California.

    top 3 locations employing Boeing employees, by number of employees (1):
    #1: Washington (Seattle): 83,295 employees
    #2: California: 18,361 employees
    #3: Missouri (St. Louis): 15,210 employees

    Seattle is the location of Boeing’s former headquarters (HQ moved to Chicago in 2001). St. Louis is where McDonnell Douglas, which merged with Boeing, was formerly headquartered.

    The smaller of the two large California “dots” on the “internet attack map” may correspond to Long Beach, Ca. and/or Seal Beach, Ca., which is where engineering design centers and customer support for many of the company’s planes are located. The Long Beach plant also produced commercial airliners. (2)

    The missing Malaysian Airlines flight 370 was a Boeing 777. Just throwing that out there. False flag?

    References:
    1) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boeing

    2) http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-mo-boeing-long-beach-jobs-20140410-story.html
    …..”Boeing Co…announced that it plans to increase its engineering workforce in Long Beach and Seal Beach by 1,000 positions over the next two years.”

    …..”[Boeing]…has 1,800 commercial engineers in Long Beach and Seal Beach.”

    …..”In May, Boeing announced the establishment of a new engineering design center for commercial aircraft. At that time, it also announced that engineering support for out-of-production airplanes would be based at the center.”

  • ah hum :oops: from the Defence Systems website

    “The data on the attacks is drawn from Norse’s international network of honeypots — decoy systems set up to attract attackers — so the map isn’t showing real attacks. But if the targets aren’t real, the attackers are, and the map does give a pretty good idea of what’s going on in cyberspace in general, if not specific, terms. (On the map, for instance, St. Louis, the company’s home base, seems to be a disproportionately frequent target.)”

    amazing what 2 minutes worth of research can reveal.

    • Most of the people who post on this site seems to be oblivious to what research means. Copy and paste does not constitute research. The few people who actually do research and post good content keep me coming back.

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