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Is your TV watching you? FBI warns US citizens
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12-03-2019 12:17 AM

 




Post: #16
RE: Is your TV watching you? FBI warns US citizens
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Yes It Is, There is a Hard Wired Bluetooth card & Camera
you do not have access to on the mother board of all flat
screen TV's it is for law enforcement use only! It has a range
of about 25 to 30 yards 40 or 50 on a clear low humidity day.
Give or take Em interferences.

Cops Have Special Panasonic Tough Books that link to it in their
SUPER High Tech Cop Cars. But they have to be very close to your house.

If they are Sieging your house they have the ability to peaking in that
room where the TV is at, or any room with a flat screen tv in it.

Anyone that ever taken apart an old Flat Screne and knows what
they are looking at knows damn well this is true.

And it does not have to be a smart tv, just a modern Flat Screne.
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12-03-2019 12:20 AM

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Post: #17
RE: Is your TV watching you? FBI warns US citizens
I was in a motel during a 8 hour power outage.

The red power light on the tv stayed lit all that time.

Smile for the camera!
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12-03-2019 12:25 AM

 




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SO's your cellphone and all those personal digital assistance out there.
Say hay google.
I have a 55inch non smartr tv, no internet connection. No point in putting spyware in it.
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12-03-2019 12:27 AM

 




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These hacks are pretty damn good. I've never encountered anything like this before. They seem to be able to solicit cooperation from Comcast and Verizon, and T-Mobile to some extent. They appear to have a close working relationship with Cisco and Microsoft and Samsung, and to some extent Google. The Samsung connection is interesting and I tracked that not to a Samsung corporate office, but to a suspicious middle-man operation in a western residential area near Seoul.

But these hacks aren't all that bright. I found them operating from an office complex beat my home. Interestingly, the windows of this office place can be suddenly and instantly blackened at the flip of a switch on the wall. It stops all light inside from passing through. But here's something they might not have realized. When it's really cold, I can see clearly into that room through that blackened glass .. with my thermal imaging camera/scope. It's a nice high res grey scale one. I could clearly see everything in that room. And I watched as they set up their high gain directional WiFi and cellular antennas on tripods in front of those windows. I watched and recorded them as they sat at computers trying to hack into MY network. I saw them high five each other when they got in. Son .. of .. a ... ***** !!! Right?
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12-03-2019 12:36 AM

 




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RE: Is your TV watching you? FBI warns US citizens
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-03-2019 12:17 AM)
Yes It Is, There is a Hard Wired Bluetooth card & Camera
you do not have access to on the mother board of all flat
screen TV's it is for law enforcement use only! It has a range
of about 25 to 30 yards 40 or 50 on a clear low humidity day.
Give or take Em interferences.

...

Dude, that's old tech. Today, they will fill your home with directional RF emissions from 3 close cell towers. Then ALL nearby cell towers monitor for the reflection of those signals. Using very elaborate and sophisticated software, they can use those reflected signals to create a 3D representation of every f'n thing in your home, in real time. They can even watch you poop and observe the water splash in the bowl. It's like a huge CAT SCAN.
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12-03-2019 01:02 AM

 




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RE: Is your TV watching you? FBI warns US citizens
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-03-2019 12:36 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-03-2019 12:17 AM)
Yes It Is, There is a Hard Wired Bluetooth card & Camera
you do not have access to on the mother board of all flat
screen TV's it is for law enforcement use only! It has a range
of about 25 to 30 yards 40 or 50 on a clear low humidity day.
Give or take Em interferences.

...

Dude, that's old tech. Today, they will fill your home with directional RF emissions from 3 close cell towers. Then ALL nearby cell towers monitor for the reflection of those signals. Using very elaborate and sophisticated software, they can use those reflected signals to create a 3D representation of every f'n thing in your home, in real time. They can even watch you poop and observe the water splash in the bowl. It's like a huge CAT SCAN.

BTW, you can electronically detect when your home is being (essentially) cat scanned. You may think you have developed tinnitus. But it is them, flooding your home with very high frequency RF emissions, essentially time coded and origination/target data packets. Not everyone can perceive this ringing noise. It will seem to originate in your head. Covering your ears does not stop it. 1 in 3 seem to detect it though. If you have a good SDR receiver that operates high into the GHz, you can scan for and detect these RF cat scan signals. You can observe them on a spectrograph. You can even visually observe the reflected signals change on the spectrograph if you move around the room. Finding the frequencies they are using can be problematic though. It's broadband too. You'll get headaches the longer they keep it on. It's impossible to escape unless you build a Faraday cage for yourself that will stop even the highest or lowest frequencies they could possibly use (basically you'll have to line a room with sheets of grounded copper). Or leave the area. Or go deep underground.
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12-03-2019 01:22 AM

 




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RE: Is your TV watching you? FBI warns US citizens
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-03-2019 01:02 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-03-2019 12:36 AM)
Dude, that's old tech. Today, they will fill your home with directional RF emissions from 3 close cell towers. Then ALL nearby cell towers monitor for the reflection of those signals. Using very elaborate and sophisticated software, they can use those reflected signals to create a 3D representation of every f'n thing in your home, in real time. They can even watch you poop and observe the water splash in the bowl. It's like a huge CAT SCAN.

BTW, you can electronically detect when your home is being (essentially) cat scanned. You may think you have developed tinnitus. But it is them, flooding your home with very high frequency RF emissions, essentially time coded and origination/target data packets. Not everyone can perceive this ringing noise. It will seem to originate in your head. Covering your ears does not stop it. 1 in 3 seem to detect it though. If you have a good SDR receiver that operates high into the GHz, you can scan for and detect these RF cat scan signals. You can observe them on a spectrograph. You can even visually observe the reflected signals change on the spectrograph if you move around the room. Finding the frequencies they are using can be problematic though. It's broadband too. You'll get headaches the longer they keep it on. It's impossible to escape unless you build a Faraday cage for yourself that will stop even the highest or lowest frequencies they could possibly use (basically you'll have to line a room with sheets of grounded copper). Or leave the area. Or go deep underground.

make your fariday cage into a resonant cavity that captures and stores

in case later we must "gleam" them back

chuckle
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12-03-2019 01:38 AM

 




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RE: Is your TV watching you? FBI warns US citizens
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-03-2019 01:22 AM)
make your fariday cage into a resonant cavity that captures and stores

in case later we must "gleam" them back

chuckle

I've had to take many protective measures. I've had to install AC power line filters/conditioners to eliminate the noise they are able to put onto my home power lines that mess up stuff like my stereo (bad humming and buzzing noise). I've had to make reflector dishes to protect some things too like my Blu-ray player. They target it somehow to cause continuous read errors until I shielded it from signals coming from south of me which I reflect back towards them. I am fortunate to have a lower basement that's completely below ground level which helps a lot to block EM pulses. My computer room down there is completely Faraday'd. My WiFi AP of course exists outside of that. I'm able to use WiFi now that I have a new Synology RT2600ac router/AP that supports PMF ONLY connections and my new tablet also supports PMF connections. The access point also supports WPA3 but few user devices support that and I hear that's already been compromised. I also use a different router with more security too (PfSense on a 4-Ethernet-port fanless palm size computer). My home network is completely isolated from the internet.
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12-03-2019 01:40 AM

 




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LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-02-2019 09:08 PM)
This is perverted and paranoid behavior by the technocrats.

Stand up and tear down 5g towers
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12-03-2019 01:45 AM

 




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RE: Is your TV watching you? FBI warns US citizens
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-03-2019 01:40 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-02-2019 09:08 PM)
This is perverted and paranoid behavior by the technocrats.

Stand up and tear down 5g towers

They are putting those things on top of every power line and street light pole.
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12-03-2019 02:17 AM

 




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i tooks a thalad and found the drething to be most moist indeed
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12-03-2019 03:09 AM

 




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If your smart TV is WiFi connected to your network, it's childs play for anyone to get into the middle of its WiFi connection. What they can accomplish next depends on some skill and experience. Ever since WPA2 has been compromised, I've noticed a huge increase in hackers taking advantage of that. It's going on everywhere I've checked.

An Android Pi with Kali Linux makes a great portable device for sniffing WiFi. It's also what hackers often use to break into networks too. You will need an external WiFi adapter, and it must support monitor mode. A dual band 2.4 & 5 GHz adapter will give you complete wifi band coverage. Detachable omni directional antennas so you can connect high gain directional antennas instead is a plus. Research details online.

With such a device, you can determine if you are being hacked or if anyone else in your neighborhood might be too. With portability and directional capability, you can track down physical locations of hacks and victims.
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12-03-2019 03:11 AM

 




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RE: Is your TV watching you? FBI warns US citizens
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-03-2019 03:09 AM)
If your smart TV is WiFi connected to your network, it's childs play for anyone to get into the middle of its WiFi connection. What they can accomplish next depends on some skill and experience. Ever since WPA2 has been compromised, I've noticed a huge increase in hackers taking advantage of that. It's going on everywhere I've checked.

A Raspberry Pi with Kali Linux makes a great portable device for sniffing WiFi. It's also what hackers often use to break into networks too. You will need an external WiFi adapter, and it must support monitor mode. A dual band 2.4 & 5 GHz adapter will give you complete wifi band coverage. Detachable omni directional antennas so you can connect high gain directional antennas instead is a plus. Research details online.

With such a device, you can determine if you are being hacked or if anyone else in your neighborhood might be too. With portability and directional capability, you can track down physical locations of hacks and victims.

fixed typo
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12-03-2019 05:55 AM

 




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RE: Is your TV watching you? FBI warns US citizens
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-03-2019 01:38 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-03-2019 01:22 AM)
make your fariday cage into a resonant cavity that captures and stores

in case later we must "gleam" them back

chuckle

I've had to take many protective measures. I've had to install AC power line filters/conditioners to eliminate the noise they are able to put onto my home power lines that mess up stuff like my stereo (bad humming and buzzing noise). I've had to make reflector dishes to protect some things too like my Blu-ray player. They target it somehow to cause continuous read errors until I shielded it from signals coming from south of me which I reflect back towards them. I am fortunate to have a lower basement that's completely below ground level which helps a lot to block EM pulses. My computer room down there is completely Faraday'd. My WiFi AP of course exists outside of that. I'm able to use WiFi now that I have a new Synology RT2600ac router/AP that supports PMF ONLY connections and my new tablet also supports PMF connections. The access point also supports WPA3 but few user devices support that and I hear that's already been compromised. I also use a different router with more security too (PfSense on a 4-Ethernet-port fanless palm size computer). My home network is completely isolated from the internet.





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12-03-2019 06:45 AM

 




Post: #30
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I cannot find the camera on my 4K Tv yet.
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