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"frank dunn" Discussed on Malicious Life
"When brian shields i notified nortel networks leadership about a major cyber incident. It's not that. He was outright turned aside. They didn't laugh him out of the room like cartoon villains rather according to him and others involved. The people in charge just didn't give it much. Thought they were distracted with other matters. They believed were more. For example there were right in the middle of firing their ceo frank dunn for some shady accounting practices. They did so just full days after. Brian and his team discovered the breach so soon that done himself didn't even hear that he was hacked. But even those who weren't fired didn't hear much about it. Nortel board members later told bloomberg that they couldn't recall the news ever having come up in any of their weekly meetings. They were simply too busy with on boarding the new. Ceo the man they brought in was bill. Owens a decorated former admiral the us navy and former vice chairman of the joint chiefs of staff as ceo. He didn't do anything about the breach either because he didn't prioritize it or if one were to make an educated guess because nobody around him was talking to him about it instead. According to bloomberg quote nortel global technological juggernaut would respond to one of the longest. Running chinese heck's of the decade with password update and a series of overtures to wow and quote. You thought we forgot about him as dedicated listeners of this show will know being anywhere near while we on their radar to any degree is a bad idea for western technology. Companies in two thousand and three cisco exotic realized why not only copied cisco router technology bit for bit but even plagiarized cisco's instructional manuals do companies documentation contained the same titles. Something similar happened to nortel one case. At least a piece of network equipment. I believe it was a wick. Car was returned To a return maintenance authorization depot were facility in texas. That's bill hake stat. A retired lieutenant colonel of the us marine corp and a frequent visiting scholar to the pa. china's people's liberation army. They incident takes tag is referring to here was verified by a number of nortel employees including shelves and forensic investigator brought in to examine what happened as the story goes. Chinese company delivered a unique piece of routing equipment the fiber card using nortel's data switches. Back to nortel. They wanted to refund the technicians when they received they found that it had been essentially disassembled as if somebody will reverse engineering it. The chinese didn't even take the time to put it back together when they returned it in this really kind of tip. The hat that something malicious or melvin was happening regarding the partnership with china from the national post quote. Tony ester c. You assistant to nortel's vice. President of security and brian shields confirmed the incident though. They say they recall. It was a front company that had bought the equipment and passed it on to why. Meanwhile the company started noticing knockoff. Versions of some of its products in asian markets. He says nortel considered suing but dropped the matter after the office across the road in texas closed down and quote. While we're denies ever having stolen. Nortel i pete but the allegations against them are numerous. One industry vet told the globe and mail that by two thousand and four quote. It was clear to many that why was copying nortel's telecom hardware and even its instruction manuals and quote take another example reported in the wall street journal quote on summer evening in two thousand four as the super com tech conference in chicago wound down a middle aged. Chinese visitor began winning his way through the nearly abandoned booths popping open million dollar networking equipment to photograph the circuit boards inside according to people who were there Security guards stopped him and confiscated memory sticks with the photos a notebook with diagrams and data belonging to eighteen t corporation and a list of six companies including fujitsu network communications inc and nortel networks corporation. The man identified himself to conference staff as jew e been an engineer. The word on his lanyard read way who an accidental scramble. he said of his employer's name while we're technologies corporation and quote. Suffice it to say if we're was behind the nortel heck from two thousand to two thousand nine. It wouldn't be surprising and it wouldn't be the only way there were spying on nortel doing those very same years. The circumstantial evidence tying them to the heck can look pretty strong. All you have to do is look at the kinds of information. They were targeting. For example among the information included in those two thousand and four data transfers to shanghai faction where quote strategy documents titled roadmap values and challenges to nortel and value chain dynamics and industry structure stolen the increase documents with titles such as photonic crystals and scale integration and switching and tuning highly integrated circuits and speed data over universal mobile telecommunications service and quote if burglar sneaks into your apartment and steals only a certain kind of item your prized comic book collection. Maybe or your underwear. You can deduce something about who they are likewise. None of the information shanghai factions stole would be of much use to anyone other than a fellow. Telecoms company brian shields has cited particular files as further evidence. For example one of the documents from live link was about quote high speed data over m t s quad. Untaes basically is three g. Four years after theft while way won its first big north american contract beating out nortel in the process. The one on a proposal to install kind of mobile.
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"When brian shields i notified nortel networks leadership about a major cyber incident. It's not that. He was outright turned aside. They didn't laugh him out of the room like cartoon villains rather according to him and others involved. The people in charge just didn't give it much. Thought they were distracted with other matters. They believed were more. For example there were right in the middle of firing their ceo frank dunn for some shady accounting practices. They did so just full days after. Brian and his team discovered the breach so soon that done himself didn't even hear that he was hacked. But even those who weren't fired didn't hear much about it. Nortel board members later told bloomberg that they couldn't recall the news ever having come up in any of their weekly meetings. They were simply too busy with on boarding the new. Ceo the man they brought in was bill. Owens a decorated former admiral the us navy and former vice chairman of the joint chiefs of staff as ceo. He didn't do anything about the breach either because he didn't prioritize it or if one were to make an educated guess because nobody around him was talking to him about it instead. According to bloomberg quote nortel global technological juggernaut would respond to one of the longest. Running chinese heck's of the decade with password update and a series of overtures to wow and quote.
"frank dunn" Discussed on Malicious Life
"Follow years after. Michael katsuya visited nortel. An employee at the company's uk branch had very strange day at the office began when he visited live link service. His company used to store documents and other sensitive material. He was there merry to check up on who had accessed his fires recently. He certainly didn't expect to find that. The company's chief research officer. Brian mcfadden had loaded some of his files and the rather odd selection of them to this employee had no particular relationship with mcfadden who worked across the ocean in ottawa. So he sent an email offering to answer any questions. Mcfadden might have had about all of that. Material mcfadden replied. He had no idea what this was in reference to and did not recall downloading any such documents. It was cinly fishy so the employees summoned some guys from the security team to take a look when the security team dug into his live link data. The logs suggested that this incident was just the tip of an iceberg from bloomberg quote. Hackers had stolen. Brian mcfadden's password and those of six others from nortel's prized optical unit in which the company had invested billions of dollars using a script. The intruders swept up entire categories from nortel systems product development research and development design documents and minutes and more and quote the quote unquote more in that sentence refers to everything from emails to sales data business plans and even nortel's highly secretive source code. Sometimes the seven. Zombie accounts would download massive trues of documents. All at once. Brian shields one of the experts who analyzed the data recalled quote. There were taking the whole contents of a folder. It was like a vacuum cleaner reproach and quote in one case for example it was eight forty eight in the morning on saturday. And the ceo of the company frank dunn had sent seven hundred seventy nine seemingly random files to ip addresses. That clearly did not belong to nortel. Computers interestingly done was fired four days after that leak occurred on april twenty eighth. the former wasn't the result of the latter. He was already going to be fired for some shady accounting and the executive board. That fired him wasn't yet aware of this leak. Was it just a coincidence that these two events occurred so close together. Maybe but consider this a great time to st. Lots of sensitive data is right before that. Ceo gets fired when they're distracted and won't have much time to notice or fix. What's happened did the hackers use this reasoning to time out there tack. Did they have such good insight into nortel's day-to-day operations that they knew when the head of the company would be fired before he did the ip addresses. Dunn's count sent those seven hundred seventy nine fis do where one quote shanghai faction coporation a closer look into shanghai faction revealed that not only did they have no business with nortel but the weren't even a real business just a shell company a shell company concealing something much more serious from the globe and mail quote the were clustered into a tiny pinprick of cyberspace stunned because it looked like a room filled with web service. Whoever was behind these hackers shield believed seemed to control charleena's internet and quote shields reflected. On the moment he realized what he was up against quote. It hit me like a ton of bricks and quote but there was one more discovery that perhaps trumped all the others. Something that would have shocked. Anyone beside michel juneau katsuya that according to the server logs the breach had actually begun years ago in the time since the iraq war began since the invention of camera phones and the sims and r. Kelly's ignition hackers had apparently maintained persistent access to the highest levels of nortel's internal networks. Either nobody noticed or nobody did anything about it. Brian shields like michael sweeter for years prior when to his bosses with the kind of news he expected would knock their socks off but if they're socks were even little knocked off. It didn't show. The company decided to change the passwords for the seven compromised high level accounts and that was about it of course. The attackers had already stalled back. Doors onto company machines so changing passwords.
"frank dunn" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Sign in for round sure let us go to Frank Franklin Frank in Manhattan the company rather than think there is any left in Manhattan but Frank is there I don't know everybody else's fled to but Frank is in Manhattan presumably hold up and self quarantine and all the rest so it's great to have you with us on the show Frank thank you such a privilege to be here my my days is my privilege to have Frank Dunn said yourself short what's on your mind today well I have a issue with why we are wearing masks right they keep telling us because we are a symptomatic but they're not reporting on how many people noted down four million tests have come up a symptomatic the could be alright right well the thing about the the the mosque is the most obvious example of how the expert advice just changes from one week to another because they told us we don't need to wear the masks a few weeks back now we do need to wear them I mean a lot of jurisdictions require you to Matt Wetherbee in your own city island in mat in your own bar in Manhattan I think it was they were leaching some woman to the ground because she was wearing her mask incorrectly so I hope when you go out and you ride the subway Frank that you would you would you you're wearing a mask in the in in the right way I don't I think I think the Moscow rules are just floundering on that part because they don't really know who they actually have no idea yet how this thing works how it transmits from person to person Moscow Moscow it is your right that mosque some are not meant to protect you from being infected but a largely to protect you from infecting anyone that's why would it in the old days when if you went into a hospital for a hernia operation you didn't wear a mask but the doctor Warren mas the idea being that when he does find you up he wasn't gonna infect you with anything so we now turn that on its head and kind of made it as a virtue signaling thing you know it's going to be just take it to the next people are soon going to be that can be having rainbow masks they the the the they're gonna be having masks that you advertise your pronouns psalm this is a slightly this is nothing to do with a saline medical reaction to the to the situation have you stayed in let me ask you this Frank have you stayed in Manhattan throughout you'll basically that full time yes Sir your full time the Central Park yesterday and I take it was empty not all not really the one thing that we see all the scenes on the news of people walking down Fifth Avenue Sixth Avenue completely completely empty how long do you think they can do that to one of the great sitters I think they're ready to explode now I hope that we start picketing at city hall or the governor's office whoever has the most authority I'm not too sure who but something has to be done soon people just you know the restore greatness the online you know all the comments on all these websites like reddit and whatever so you know the the the the the thing about it is that people are not gonna put up with arbitrary will one things that's difficult about that the mosque for example is as I mentioned last now that if you're healthy than just wearing a mask actually can keep things your breathing out going back inside you and all is all kinds of all kinds of issues for them thank you thank you for your call Frank and stay stay safe and stay free in the great glittering boutique of Manhattan one of the emblems of the world a great metropolis and it's as again as I said last out then no they aren't actually countries nations with this one there are like clusters like in New York City like in Madrid like in London like in northern Italy and sometimes it spreads beyond even when it totals a whole region like North initially for example it interestingly didn't spread to southern Italy and just on the New York thing if you look at the whole of New England northeast all from New York City almost all the cases anywhere like in what they call the upper valley old five from home to New Hampshire on the long the Connecticut River valley it comes it's actually being seeded there by people from New York City where it hasn't exploded in the same way some of the words someone voted to New York and it exploded but then a New Yorker decides to scram and heads up to the north in New Hampshire will for my own soul the Maine woods and it doesn't explode in quite the same way that and that's not bad in itself brings me back to what I said I said that they actually may be more social cultural demographic reasons for this and I don't understand why the world's most bloated bureaucracies have not been able to find anything up in the three months they've had us on the house arrest monsoon for rush lots more still to come you're listening to the EIB network when you spring we're ready if.
"frank dunn" Discussed on WTOP
"In the month of may that would be the first time since two thousand and five we've been able to get below forty in the month of may if it happens at national airport I'm searching for meteorologist Chuck belt for WTOP thank you Chuck right now we have fifty three degrees in friendship heights it's nine fifty two of the newest developments in the pandemic there are nearly one point two million cases as of corona virus across the U. S. with more than fifty one thousand reported cases in DC Maryland and Virginia officials in Ocean City Maryland say the beach and boardwalk will open this Saturday but that opening is intended for locals only and a stay at home order remains in effect those who go must deal follow gathering limits and social distancing guidelines Virginia governor Ralph Northam says the Commonwealth should be able to enter the first phase of re opening as soon as may fifteenth which is a week from Friday the governor says he believes the status flatten the curve of the outbreak and he's emphasizing safer at home rather than stay at home third party food delivery apps such as GrubHub and ubereats could see commissions capped at fifteen percent under a new bill being considered by the DC council the move follows pleas from local restaurants that customers skip the food delivery apps altogether and order directly from the restaurants instead a White House memo to congressional committees says no member of the administration's coronavirus task force may testify on Capitol Hill the list the appearance is expressly approved by the president's chief of staff Democrats are bristling at the restriction on gathering information about the nation's response to the pandemic the memo follows a white house moved to block Dr Anthony Fauci from testifying before a house panel while allowing him to appear the following week at a Senate hearing the Senate of course held by Republicans the house controlled by Democrats the White House says sent a small blizzard of names to the Senate for confirmation get the highlights now from federal news networks Tom Teman president trump names Russ Vought as the director of the office of management and budget a job lot has been acting in for sixteen months the White House taps shaman asco as the undersecretary of the airforce and John Whitley as the defense department director of cost assessment and program evaluation a slot vacant for the past year the White House also nominates three new names to the federal retirement thrift investment board John barter Christopher Burnham and Frank Dunn levy would replace the current chairman and two other members of the five person board this is the board argues with Congress over whether to move which I find to a benchmark that includes Chinese securities Tom Temin federal news network coming up next in your money Wall Street is off and running this morning D. C. gets an unexpected headquarters move object label it's nine fifty four right.
"frank dunn" Discussed on The Next Picture Show
"You're going to run as fast as a leopard. Then let's see you do it. When Peter Weird discusses his nineteen eighty one film Gallipoli? He makes the process of cracking the story send a lot like the structure of the story itself. He started off with an idea about a world war one narrative breath and a friend pointed him toward the Australian involvement at Gallipoli. The Turkish peninsula were some key battles took place is Britain. Allies attempted to knock Turkey out of the war and lost a quarter of a million soldiers before acknowledging defeat in withdrawing a year later while in Britain for the premiere of his film Picnic at hanging rock. We're took a side trip to the battlefield where he says he wandered around for two days among the detritus of a war from sixty years earlier among belton bones and shells from the war. He found an unbroken bottle of fruit salts which we see in his final film acquaint gift from ladies Auxiliary Overseas Senate random to a young soldier who finds it hilariously off-base irrelevant to his current life. The setting in the sense of lives lived and lost on that spot inspired. We're but he says it still took years to crack with the foam should actually be and the development process like the film itself happened in short scattered pieces. He says he and screenwriter. David Williamson initially wanted to start with the characters enlistment in nineteen fourteen and tell the story up to the evacuation of Gallipoli in nineteen fifteen but their drafts. It's felt incomplete now to focus we're told literature slash film quarterly nineteen eighty-one. We are not getting it with this thing was the burning center. That made Columbia legend. I could never find the answers in any books. And it certainly wasn't evolving in any of our drafts. So he put the legend one side and simply made up story about two young men really got to know them. Where are they came from? What happened to them along? The way spent more time getting to the battle and less time on the battlefield. The draft fell into place by approaching the subject obliquely. I think we'd come close close to touching the source of the methods we could. I think there's a Chinese proverb. It's not the arriving at one's destination but the journey matters. Gallipoli is about two young men on the road to adventure venture how they crossed continents in Groshans climbed the Pyramids and walked through the ancient sands of Egypt and the desert to the outback to their appointment with destiny at Gallipoli. Compared to Sam Mendez's World War One drama. Nineteen seventeen which we'll talk about next week Gallipoli may seem scattered as it jumps around. Through incidents in the lives of two young men. Eighteen year old stockman racing champ archie. Hamilton played by newcomer. Mark Lee and railway worker and runner Frank Dunn played by a startlingly young Mogensen. The two briefly meet at a local festival where Archie is after. Break a speed record and frank is just hoping to bet on himself and win enough money to start a small business but he loses the race in winds up broke any tags along with archie. Who's running away from? I'm home and hoping to join the military. Archie is a Patriot full of idealistic dreams about the glory of war. While frank just lets himself be needled into enlisting because archery's accusations of cowardice hurt his pride and because arches conviction infectious. They're separated and then reunited so they both end up traveling. The world on their way to go paulie global is a coming of age movie and and for one of these two characters and ending age movie. But it's also an illustration of an ideal from Australian culture one that has parallels in other countries but maybe not as precise a term from overseas the Larrikin streak. That is the impulse among young men to be Brash Rowdy and anti-authoritarian but in a well-meaning playful way was commonly noted didn't newspaper editorials and literature in the early nineteen hundreds but in World War One specifically it took on a positive spin for Australian culture as Larrikin boys were seen as the national national contribution to an international war. We're specifically captures. The larrikin impulse with his young soldiers mocking the British racing up the Pyramids in Egypt and tricking their way into an officer's there's ball and there's a particular streak in Archie who's under-age and has to fake his way into the army with francs help and glued on facial hair. Archie has his deep seated beliefs about what what Australia the war effort against the Evil Hon. And he can be preachy and judge mental and frank crosses them but both characters are also mischievous and boyish and they seem to see wars larque until they actually get there but the tragedy of Gallipoli isn't just that they're betrayed by incompetent commanders and bad communication. It isn't that they trap themselves in the conflict. And you're left with no way out. It's the up to the end. Both barely passed boyhood and we're captures both sunny hopes and their fears their courage under fire the way their conviction shapes them and by the final final scene both of them are still as we met them in the beginning of that road to adventure with archie running as fast as he can and frank looking for an escape. They're both meant to embody the flower of Australian in youth as lively young men with good hearts the best intentions. The tragedy hasn't where the Larrikin spirit leads them. It's the way the body so many other young men with the same spirits led to the same awful inevitable that end We might say because he's a bright. Yeah so.
"frank dunn" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"King six teeth, nineteen fifty one, the Frank Dunn murder case Lilly, pro cautioned Frank Dunn. Yeah. One the other day. What are you talking about the other day yesterday that they Frank mid his Qismat? She was in here with MRs Hathaway about five thirty for Frank. I wasn't to work yet. I started Kellaway Frank live. But she said, never mind she already knew let, then what then what is she lived left, MRs Hathaway with a Montigny at half mast to poet, walked out to see Frank? She bumped frying. Dumb. I cur. What do you know? Then start all over again back to the room, right? I seen Frank done with his blood on the monogrammed sheets. Back to the room where this particular set of violence had begun to shape itself, and touch once more of the things that had belonged to a man who had been well, loved gold money clip with his initials, written, and chip emerald. The gold, cigarette case, the gold, keychain the silk robe that hung in the Senate closet and on none of these things, the Mark of an identity that whisper of killer's name. All of it with a man in tweed. Elbow, commenting snickering fingering. The imagine price tag. This.
"frank dunn" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"frank dunn" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"The USA radio network presents the greatest radio programs of all time. Ladies and gentlemen. Let story you're about to hear is true only the names have been changed to protect the innocent dragnet. This is classic radio theater. I was a communist. Light. So everybody now, here's your host it Cox prime drama. Broadway is my beat starring. Larry thord this episode originally broadcast few sixteenth nineteen fifty one. It's entitled, the Frank Dunn murder case. Broadway's my meet from Times Square to Columbus circle. The gaudy, the most violent the lonesome mile in the world. Broadway is my beat with Larry Thor as detective Danny clover..
"frank dunn" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Title odds are not looking good at the moment we'll say i'm no i'm not here to answer questions israel israel would go is the tentative there's nothing to do with the real madrid site of things asking yet barcelona question that was more the unstoppable terminology more more so than unstoppable athletic frank dunn they at the moment elephants all its looking britain up s hours unstoppable four groups unstoppable well i think that liberal great well a mole find anywhere else who bus mona not to task we cannot say league histone unstoppable unstoppable i saw just 'cause i'm picks up name dad gap what do you think i'd let the unstoppable the looked unstoppable until now but obviously they're they're they're playing barcelona persona were great last week weekend i don't think they were great in the weeks leading up to it by saying that they're strive it's going to be really tough but i'll say this how good would it have been if if they'd somehow gotten out of their champions league group and they were hitting their stride right now with diego cost on board and playing like this in the champions league as we mentioned that it's passed against last com asked tomorrow obviously powell set fire favorites gutting said in boston seven a draw followed the samples of uh there's no orange bill let's part us.
"frank dunn" Discussed on By The Book
"Agreed but onto the second challenge that challenge was no phones while in motion for me this means no podcast or music while i walk my dog walk around the city takes subways just like run around the city and here is what i noticed i am waiting for the subway right now and i am the only person on the platform on it looking at therefore on its lear and and everything so loud on how i forgot how lound this city is i listen to music everywhere go i feel like i'm in the twilight zone every one is looking down this is insane klutse so we are remember ten years ago where you would see other people on the platform and they'd be reading a book and you'd go up to them and be like i read that book what do you think about that book do you remember those days yeah barely yeah but yeah it's different now mmhmm yeah i hated this challenge i thought it was boring which i know is the point but i didn't have like any amazing ideas i just sat on the subway in walked around the city remembering why i listen to music and podcasts so much because the city is like a loud assaulting asshole sometimes and i don't want to hear it sometimes plugging in can keep us from going ballistic guess needing to kill everybody else guess but the next day was the photo free day um and i was shocking leaves the really it was your total instagram per i know i love is rammed by also instagram secret i instagram pictures i've taken like a long time ago use from like not like it's not like oh this just happen i'm gonna instagram a right now it'll be like oh that was a good picture from a like a week or two ago all instagram that now hold on all those pictures of frank dunn old i just have him stockpiled on my phone like a month.