Talks do exist on the subject for the curious
Some of the stuff in this list of books might be relevant
Where I go for general security discussions
Rigged shotgun ___
HEADLINES: MONARCH’S BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED. OLD PEOPLE FACEBOOK SPAMMED.
ASPERMONT, WESTERLANDS- The Second Reigning Monarch of the UNKNOWN [?] Trading Company, Camisadoluvr celebrated her birthday on the 20th of November whose facebook was then proceeded to be spammed with things that didn’t relate at all to the Monarch’s birthday, in an elaborate joke that’s supposed to be about “We don’t remember your birthday.” or something.
They were all executed the following day.
Dog Bless the UTC and all her institutions that a lot of youngings don’t remember. Camisadoluvr was the chosen candidate next to Queen Aster of Svalbard and Norway, from the player Asterthemaster. Camisadoluvr was chosen as barely anyone remembers Aster and more people are familiar with and sympathize with Camisadoluvr.
EDITORIAL - Editorial Pi(There is no Title)
Pi - Alright you morons. Since quite clearly too few of you give a fuck about security, I’m gonna walk you through physical security and how easy it is in some(Surprisingly many) situations. It’s time for some PHYSICAL SECURITY 101.
Lock your doors. If you leave it unlocked you’re asking to be fucked. Lock your doors with non-standard locks, aka locks that don’t accept a default key. Default keys exist for a LOT of shit. If you use a default key, you’re asking for an educated robber to fuck you(Default keys are typically used for Air conditioning, Boiler rooms, kitchens etc, especially in hotels). Use locks that are hard enough to be picked. Picking locks is obvious as fuck, so(if you live on a busy enough street or have decent neighbours who give a fuck), most people won’t do that. Lock your windows and close them. I’ve seen CCTV of morons who get robbed just because they left their window or their door unlocked or viable to be unlocked in an easy way. IF YOU’VE EVER USED A DEFAULT LOCK, LEFT DOORS OR WINDOWS UNLOCKED OR OPEN, YOU’VE FAILED PHYSICAL SECURITY 101. It’s a known statistic that 20 per cent of burglaries in England and Wales from April 2005 to March 2015 involved access through unlocked doors and open windows. 1/5 of Burglaries are so simple it’s sad..
Some other physical security things. Close your doors inside, makes it harder to be scouted for whether a building is occupied or not(or for valuables). Have a suitably fenced off backyard/frontyard/alleyway if you have any of those things. Lock garages properly and securely. If they are disconnected from the building, I’d say don’t store valuables in them(your risk if you do). Information considering how secure you are in your house depends on your context and situation as it always does. Consider the crime rate in your neighbourhood, consider other access points, consider how many keys to your room/house are in circulation(If you bought it off of a person, chances are that person gave keys to their family/friends who can access the house, meaning they can technically still access it unless you got new locks).
More miscellaneous physical security stuff. RFID locks are secure, but only if your RFID cards are secure. RFID cards can be cloned, I’ve done it before(for ease of access in case I lose University cards or bus pass cards and a few others). Invest in properly secured and bolted down safe if you’re storing enough valuable shit in your house(or use security through obscurity and store it inside a book you carve out). Internet of things devices are insecure and can be hacked to gain access(Largest botnet is due to insecure internet of things devices. People just don’t update security for those devices.).
Now for zany wacky stories in Physical security. Y'know those cameras which open on the inside if there’s activity? They just check for infrared and not position of it(Some luxurious expensive ones check position/size but those can still be tricked). How to bypass? Vape. Load a lot of smoke in your mouth, breath it in the cracks up to the sensor. Looks like magic when it happens. If a door is locked on one side but unlocked on the other, tools exist to pull the lever on the other side(fairly common in offices). Finally, dumpster diving? Exciting stuff, you never know what you’re gonna find. Sometimes electronics, sometimes furniture, sometimes video games n' shit. It’s also a known fact that data can be leaked this way, it’s low tech hacking. Dumpster dive behind an office building to find sensitive data. Usually it can be sold off or whistleblown if it’s big enough. Also harddrives and other memory storage devices aren’t a good idea to be thrown out without thorough demolition with explosives or hammers. People surprisingly don’t securely delete data.
That’s all the objective shit about physical security. Now for a few things that piss me off. Firstly, is police and related resource allocation. It has to be done through shitty petition through the slow lumbering beast that is the Government. Yeah, private security exists at an extortionate price typically accepted by a few private security companies. This fact means the common person is going to see misallocation of police forces, failing to keep the common person secure. Is there a fix? I don’t exactly know, due to the number of variables involved in creating a pressure that forces or allows for corrected allocation based on demand. The reason this pisses me off is I see 3 core important needs for Human Survival: Food, Water and Security(Shelter is a form of security from weather and sometimes animals).
That’s all Unknowns. Hopefully you leave this News feeling a little more enlightened in the specifics of PHYSICAL SECURITY. If it’s failed, the consequences are devastating
Final notes: Effort and time required to infiltrate, steal, cause chaos or whatever plays a factor. People go for low hanging fruit. Social Engineering and Cyber Security can play a part.
Recommended learning for Security(Generalised):
TRADE - US MineZ Trade Run
The Directory proudly announces that it has cancelled the Trade Run for Maneuvers
TRADE - US MineZ Trade
The Directory proudly announces that it delivered.
2 Power II Punch I Bows
In Exchange For
Come find Irishkaiser in the woods and get a power II bow.
PvP Drill 145th Mass PvP Event - REHEARSALS IN PREPARATION
Company Members and Volunteers from outside the Company rehearsed particular maneuvers in anticipation for a major event. That is all. Get outta here.
ALSO. WHAT WE DID AT THE END. ALL PARTICIPANTS ARE TO REMEMBER IT AS “SAY HI”. YOU WILL KNOW WHAT IT MEANS
SAY HI! o/
DOMESTIC - NEW MARKETS EXPAND PET PROJECT STALLED BY EXPANSION
An expansion of the New Markets has delayed it as the certain policy of the pet project has not anticipated so many people from different backgrounds and different.
DOMESTIC - RESOURCES STILL IN DEMAND AS BASE CONTINUES TO BE WORKED ON
5 Iron Armor Sets, 3 Diamond Swords are still in demand,
DOMESTIC - HOME OFFICE PREPARES.
The Home Office has given orders to particulars and telling people to do certain stuff culminating in major maneuvers that were conducted last week.
Foreign Office provided the support necessary and the censorship essential to make sure things don’t get published.
FINANCE - NOW’S MARKET UNDERVALUE SEEN AS OPPORTUNITY
The past couple of months have been terrible for the NOW Company but market’s perception has so undervalued it that it is actually seen as an opportunity by the Clan Bank to find profit in it when people will realize(or REMEMBER) its actual worth as a solid and stable company. This method is taken from Warren Buffett.
The shares and stock prices for NOW are currently bottoming out. The trick would be to find the perfect bottom then we lie and wait.
1) TRADE RUN NEXT WEEK
1) 3 IRON ARMOR SETS. 3 DIAMOND SWORDS. ANY GLOWSTONE IF YA’LL NIGGAS HAVE.
^(THE [?] EMPIRE,THE COMPANY’S OFFICIAL NEWS SOURCE AND PROPAGANDA TOOL. AW YEAH)
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