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A terrifying new smartphone scam is on the rise

The Big Story

06:18 min | 1 year ago

A terrifying new smartphone scam is on the rise

"Retest Khotak they cybersecurity expert. He's consulted with businesses institutions and police services around the world here How's it going? Excellent how are you. I'm great thank you so much for coming in. I guess you just explain what phone porting or Sim swopping actually is yes. So what phone porting is is simply early me taking my phone number and going to another carrier so traditionally what we've seen is You might have a phone with with carrier. A and then carrier be has really amazing new plan it could be more data or more minutes and or cheaper and you say you know what I really I really want to switch from carrier Ada carrier be so what you do. Is You put your number over. And this is something that that's that's it's not really new but has been something that's starting to be offered by some of these carriers a couple years ago and the reason that it started to be offered was curious how to hold on individuals because you had their phone number right. If you've got a switch you got a switch numbers to and that sucks which is which which is a pain because everything is connected to our mobile numbers now so for example two factor authentication. We might be giving our phone numbers to our friends and family and we don't want to give the mother number. We filled out applications with their phone numbers on it as well. So if you got to change your number the consequences of changing your number could be being quite great so what carriers wanted to do was make it easier for you to switch from carrier to carrier and keep your phone number to keep your digital identity and by doing this The process essentially is called phone. Importing the reason we want to talk to you. Today is because the way you just described described the way it's supposed to work. How do bad actors use it so again whenever you have a technology that's been created especially for convenience convenience and this is why I was credos created with probably the most noble intentions and that's convenience for for consumers but at the same time the same the same technology -nology could essentially be weaponized against members of the community? And that's what we're starting to see with phone porting where bad actors are doing. Essentially Sim this idea of Sim swopping or phone. Reporting without your consent to a device that they Own So essentially. They're taking control over for me personally. One of the most personal things I have. And that's my telephone number my personal mobile cell phone number and taking control of it and there's not a lot of mechanisms in place to to essentially stop it and prevented and once it's got once you've lost your number. Reclaiming it and the and reclaiming essentially your digital identity becomes that much more difficult and is a real pain. So how does it look like what do they do. So there's several oh things that that they can do. The first thing that they can do is again. This doesn't need to be Super High Tech. This could be super low tech as well. If you wanted to change your number what do you do you. Essentially you can go into a mall you can go to a kiosk and go to You can go to one of the One of the carriers yes and he can say I want to change my phone number. I WANT TO SWITCH TO I. I'm currently with With the carrier A and I wanna go to carrier and I WANNA come to your your company for whatever never reason right and the process is actually relatively simple where they'll literally go into a computer and say okay no problem we will port or your phone number over. It might take a couple days. There might be a little bit of service interruption. You show them some. Id to verify that it's that it's you and that's it and the reporting process starts immediately. So essentially that is the easiest way to to port. A phone number over there are other ways as well. L. Where people have called into carriers and they've called into carriers and they've essentially social engineered their way into making the person on the other line believe achieved there somebody else essentially the person with the number and the way they do that is through an act called spoofing and what spoofing is is. Imagine me calling you right now. L. But I'm calling you with not my phone number even though I'm using my phone or I'm using a VOIP Line which is voice over. Internet Protocol So essentially a computer. And I'm giving I'm sending you this call but the caller ID or the number that's displayed is a completely different number in we've seen Fraud with respect people pretending to be government agencies or police agencies but imagine if I use that same idea the same concept to call a carrier and I use your phone number that I've been able to obtain now as I'm calling the carrier. What's popping up on their screen? Is the phone number that I wanNA port right so put them in the mindset immediately of Oh it really is Jordan. He's calling from that number. It's immediate trust is what happens here. Is that trust all of a sudden is elevated. Because now what I gotTa to do is authenticate in some other ways. Can you please if you've ever called in with your phone number. Some and this has happened to me. They say thank you for. Thank you for calling Mr Khattak. Can you please verify your name and your address because the phone number has already populated that so now It's it's relatively simple If you know what you're doing if you're a fraudster or hacker and there's also open data of people's information that they're able to now L. culminate all this information and trick the other person on the other line to authenticate that yes. I am this person when in reality you're not and and once you've authenticiated once you know that Once they feel convinced now will you can do is say well. I want to switch my number or I WANNA change the account information on it. And he started going through that process and once you've cleaned somebody's digital identity. Now you can do just the whole a whole array of things to really cause problems and mess up. Somebody's digital life

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"khattak" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"khattak" Discussed on Car Talk

"Click and collect the tapper brothers and here to talk about cars car repair and the answer to last week's puzzle the first puzzle of the season Oh. I admit it was an easy one. We didn't WANNA stress sure. We didn't want to stress anyone especially us in here. It is yes. There's a high school election for senior class. President and there are three kids running tone. Ted and Tim as luck would have it. They each get exactly exactly the same number of votes one. There's a lot of apathy in that particular school anyway the principal Tom Tad and Tim into his office and says look guys. We could have another election but there's a pretty good chance that the count's GonNa come out exactly the same so let's just throw each of your names into a hat and I'll pull one out and that'll be the winner okay well. They all agree sure so he takes a clean sheet of you know plain white paper eight and a half by eleven folded into thirds and then like teachers often often do holding the paper on the sharp edge of his desk. He tears the paper so that three pieces are exactly or pretty much exactly the same size he hands each kid a piece and says right your name here all right put an X. You put an X. Y. Let's just to make sure it's on the up and up. He says Guy I who can blindfold me and I'm going to hold the hat. We're GONNA put the three names in a hat and I'm going to hold the hat above my head and I'm going to reach in pull out the winner's name now. The principal wants Tad to win because the other two kids are knuckleheads and he thinks if either one of these kids becomes president the school is going down and I'M GONNA lose my job so the question is how does the principal fix it so tad wins. Sh- well. I said it was pretty easy but I'm sure must have yeah. Most people had did the answer before you even ask the question well because because you're astute and you're seeing a stupid what you you were obviously above average intellect. Yeah okay well in the principal in order to rig it with the principal did simply is he. He toured the sheet into three exactly the same size pieces but he gave the middle piece tad course and it had to factory edges and into rough edges. I'm GonNa try right now and see if that really works of course the other pieces which came from not the middle but the top and the bottom had three factory edges and one torn edge just wondering if you can really tell of course you can of course you can so when he reached reached in the peace with the two long sides that were rough. What was your paycheck I just he knew that that was the one that had dad's name on it and Tad won the election anyway. Who's our winter this the winner. This week is Doug Hillborn from Yellowstone Park Wyoming calming no kidding. Wow Sky lives in the park. What is he a Moose. Well Doug Hillborn of Yellowstone Park Wyoming coming for having your answer selected at random from all the correct answers that we got you're going to get a twenty five dollar gift certificate to the Shameless Commerce Division and with that gift ticket you can get a collection of Khattak law called once upon a car fire the greatest stories ever told now. This is a collection election of stories. We've told on the air right here on National Public Radio believe it or not and if these stories were on npr you know that means what we will use them to kill time so he we could come up with an answer what they're still good.

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"khattak" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:16 min | 2 years ago

"khattak" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The warriors sixty to forty four Celtics three oh nine to go in the half. Durant off a pass from green knocks down, Marcus smart. He takes his second charge of the game foul on Katie is his second. That injury news Shaun Livingston next Fazul's not gonna play today. So that's why we're seeing somebody. These odd rotations. I never had to be some sort of reason for what we saw Celtic domination twenty four twelve in the paint, sixty six sixty two percent shooting forty five for the warriors out threesome and four turnovers to the warriors ten while four turnovers for Kevin Durant off that last offensive foul. Entice travels out high was looking to make a move inside the art turnover Boston to fifty four left in the half, sixty to forty four Celtics. Completely different looking team than we saw on Sunday at the TD garden. Save Pravada, eight minutes. French late third into the fourth loss to Houston pass tipped by smart and other steel Hayward passes down the smart back to Hayward goes up strong and lays it in seventeen for Hayward. He's had a few of these this year. We've seen a couple of good games. Looking really strong in the first curry looking for Khattak gets it as he was lifting for three against Jalen Brown. Commits the personal foul is he gonna get three calling it three other evening to look. Are you so far behind the line? No need look. But a twenty point lead for Boston here to thirty sixty four point sixty two and a half percent shooting. This is definitely the group that Jeff Twiss the Boston Celtics thought they'd see all year, great public relations, director of the Celtics sitting right next to you gets a brownie points. There is curry hits the first two three. You wonder if a game like this can really spur this team on the start playing the basketball that they know they're capable of lying. Horford talked about being on the road. It's togetherness. It's us against the world mentality. Right now. I mean, every single guy that's been in this game has really made an impact. And if you talk to other teams around the league, especially in the warriors because they've seen the best of Boston over the years is curry hits all three is. They know the parts on the floor. They just play well together, they have supreme talent. The hard part is put it all together though. Mentally tonight. They've done it. So far for twenty two minutes. Irving elbow jumper. No good. Rebound dre green seventeen point deficit for the warriors. Grain flips it toward the ref going up nearly plus tell by Jordan bell couldn't finish. What would have been? Outstanding alley. You doubt court Morris a three from the corner and the Celtics go in front by twenty again everybody that was struggling is not anymore. Moore's three of nineteen from threes. Last four ballgames under two minutes left in the half. Durant flips it to curry catch and shoot three. No, earning flies in has the rebound. Diary far left side into the front court pass to Marcus smart. Backing his way against curry into the high post fourteen to shoot down into the lane behind the back. Dash and it goes in for Gordon Hayward with nineteen but a beautiful Italian for Marcus smart, everything for Boston here tonight. Who's got the best record in this game? Tonight. You would know is the Celtics. Here's Durant spinning little fifteen foot fading out there. Thais got a hand on it. But save by the warriors, but pass all the way past half court Durant won't be able to chase it down. It will go to Boston all the way down under the basket while turnovers now for Golden State. Everything. Going well for Boston. What a look the Martha smartest posting up. Steph curry goes behind the back to find Heywood for the easy dues Boston out front court. They get to smart thought about baseball pass. Now, flips it serving comes up high and waits for the screen from smart ball overhead slings it to the right side Morris driving in the lane dishing left side ties button. An offense foul will wipe out the three of the Thais knocked down after the foul called against Morris every single time. Now, we're just seeing straight blow pies it goes to getting beat off the dribble so bad. They're getting themselves and help situations and leaving shooters open from downtown or cuts to the rim. Twenty eight points in the pain eight threes, Edmund able to stop Boston all night long. Noble warriors, do have a two-game lead over Denver Nuggets of lost three in a row in those two teams are going to meet on Friday. They still have to meetings left which could be baked to decide the top seed in the last, but they'll come back to Philadelphia for they lost Orlando lost at the buzzer against Miami. As west coast. Chris Boston plants. Good here. Warriors have it out on the far side. It's durant. And he's fouled by Hayward down on that fire right side is Durant was looking to rip through with fifty one point six seconds to go bowl teams long since over the limit Durant will shoot again. We shouldn't be surprised great starts by Boston. And seeing them all season long. It's a top five defense. But it hasn't been over the last six games in their one in five run. But it's a team capable during that we talked to Steve Kirby for the ball gaming new a team, that's long, they're athletes. They can switch everything. And tonight. It's all clicking. Kevin Durant at the line. First free throw good second one, rattles. Noga rebounded by Hayward. Durant? Six of eight at the line. The number nine free throw shooter in the NBA sixty nine forty eight Celtics traffic over the seventy point Mark your forty seconds to go in the half corner. Three smart. No good tapped by Thais all the way out with thirty four seconds ago. Boston another chance Irving out of the right wing drives to the free throw line step back. Jumper is good in the Celtics put seventy one of the board in the first half against the warriors. Wow. Shooting sixty two percent. About four seconds difference on the halftime clock and the shot clock here. Seventy one forty eight Boston lead by twenty three Durant with nine to shoot. Just inside a half court. Fires it to Damien Lee catch and shoot three. No, good rebound ties. Six seconds to go in the half down court for smart smart gets off a jumper from a deep to with one point one to go in the half seventy three in the first half of Boston. Curry from half court. Heave is no good. And the Celtics have a twenty five point lead at halftime. The biggest halftime deficit of the year for the warriors. Well is this the same team? We just watched on Sunday the Boston Celtics. They were down twenty two at the half. You talk about flip the script. Then just what we talked about. Maybe a signature win on the road. As you start a nine day trip can get this group plan the way they're supposed to be blind. Sure. Looked that way tonight in the first twenty four. Wow. What a half. The Boston Celtics seventy three forty eight lead at the two-time reigning champion. Warriors rolling halfway done. Right. Alex Senator Kevin winter in the studio with the autozone. Halftime report j.

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"khattak" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"khattak" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Interior defensive oak grove here in the second half sixty four fifty one now in the fourth quarter, two minutes to play and Vanette tried to pass it into the four corners to Johnson and threw it over this seniors head. That's for Vinet. Basically forced into the wall game due to injuries grow without their best player. Amanda roller went down a couple of weeks ago at Shiloh Christian with the last year a kidney. And since that point they have lacked really offensively and defensively Christians and controls right elbow over the wing three point shot taking their by Wendell too strong. But an offensive board collected by tingling and social leak it back out to select the reset the offense woman at forty to play fourth quarter to Tinguely right wing euro step in developing her runner is short rebound. Grab by Johnson. Left to right across the Grover is logo. Now, cutting back to the free throw line spinning being defended. Man-to-man defense just throws up a prayer scoops it up banks off the glass and falls true. Sixty four fifty three women and fifteen seconds to play now in the fourth quarter up the right side, taking it. There is select out of the tap sticky. Christianson? And John disliked being defended their by Anderson over to the right wing to Johnson less tangible and Blaine Tinguely's runner short. Airball tried to save her own miss and throw it right into the hands of Jesse Garson. The gophers now with a five on four over Johnson left wing pulls up from three. No, good offensive rebound Gunson's put back. That's too long off the glass, she missed a wide-open layup with forty five seconds to play. And that might do it. For oak grove troll by eleven sixty four fifty three on canal. Hold doesn't look like force. Berg is willing to Fallon this situation over the right side Wendell coming baseline, drew Khattak. We'll go to the free throw line. That'll be on kellyn Johnson. That'll be her third personal foul.

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"khattak" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"khattak" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Fourteen points in that third quarter alone. Sixty six forty now out of boat grow. They go downloaded a young. He spins his way try to skip a pass to the right side had taken away by Ryland up ahead crossing his way into the lane. Nearly lost the handle but gets a right back. Drops a pass down along the left block down low to Lincoln his reverse lamp attempt. Short, the young rebound alipay, head to booming right wing. Three is good. They're going to say he had a foot on the line. So Bobi can't catch a break tonight. Just a second basket for the team's second leading score four points. The deficit back down to twenty four five minutes. Fifteen seconds remain here in the fourth quarter on the baller insurance. Scoreboard violent feeds it to the near corner. Three point shot by Lynch is good. Puncher legs point second three point bucket of the night. Swenson along the left side for growth kicks it out three point shot. Taken to the top of the key from Cardi's. He's been hot fires to long off the backboard rebound taken by Lincoln. And he brings it himself up head under five minutes to play Ryland ambitions three from the right wing too. Strong offensive rebound by cutter Lincoln, and he draws Khattak finishes at the rim. Plus the foul. Caught the law. Rebound optimists from violent and sword up immediately from the right side of the lane finished with the left knee able to get himself to throw line with a chance at one more chance to extend and retied largest lead of the night. And he does up to thirty seventy two forty two on the Voller insurance scoreboard. Sixteen points in the evening now for Lincoln..

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"khattak" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"khattak" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Aspects of what's going on in Zion for this woman here who's just she just mentally distraught over this Christmas tree, and she said her Christmas was ruined and taken away about the families eighteen year old. That's why I said these people are Khattak. There were unconfirmed reports that whoever fired the shot also hit a nearby residents and a stray bullet struck an apartment window of a child's room where are the protests. Minneapolis. They protested outside the fourth precinct because of a Christmas tree for heaven sakes. But when this kind of stuff goes on you can't get these idiots. To get outraged about this the real stuff that matters. Another bullet ricocheted through the living room missing people inside who were taking cover. How would you like to live like this? And he's budgets are being cut for anti-crime initiatives. Story goes on to say it's been a busy year for shootings Zion. Police putting on extra patrols and problem areas because of the unprecedented number of recent shootings in September police and prosecutors announced a coordinated effort to zero in on high crime areas of the city, according to a statement released by authorities on till. The black racist show up and start complaining about driving while black and stop and frisk. And demand that these officers on this. Specialized unit here who were sent in to clean up the crying. Be demanding disciplinary action that they'd be fired and receive racial sensitivity training back the store earlier this month Zion police investigated, a shootout listen to this, ladies and gentlemen. Listen to this. Early this month signed police investigated a shootout in which more than thirty shots were fired in an alley. New Java avenue police detained seventeen people from a nearby apartment be covered to guns. According to a police statement and officer was checking on a noise complaint at three AM in the seventeen hundred block of Joppa avenue when he heard between twenty and twenty five shots from the alley. Yelling tire spinning in a vehicle racing. Northbound through the alley. The officer waited for digital officers to arrive and he found that a number of suspects exchanged gunfire. Investigators found thirty eight spent shell casings from a three eighty nine millimeter and forty caliber weapon. According to the statement. This is this is staggering. This is staggering. Where's the outrage where the protests worse? Black lives matter. This is this what? I've termed black underclass crime. But you know, good people are living in these damn neighborhoods. And he's apartment buildings you see that you heard that the two of them were ducking for cover when bullets come racing into the house. There is one politician that was interviewed in this story. But in Minneapolis, they're protesting outside the fourth precinct police because of a Christmas tree. I know very few people can talk about this. There are some like the regular host of this show. We're not afraid to talk about it. The dysfunctional black underclass underclass crime. Dysfunctional black community. Most people stay away from.

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"khattak" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

The Astrology Podcast

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"khattak" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"The so just because my understanding was there's like a. A a revival of interest in astrology in China over the past couple of decades, but they're largely studying like modern, western psychological astrology. And that there might even be something about being able to do that. Or that being permissible because it's more psychological in there for like character analysis rather than like predicting events or something like that. Right. And that there might still be some potential for issues. Although there are some people that are starting to get into traditional strategy and system of Ben dykes books are being translated and things like that. Right. And that would be very interesting interviewed. Have you could find somebody who could discuss that? Yeah. 'cause I'm just on a Mexican familiar with the modern Chinese master logical seen because I just tend to deal with these premodern texts. Sure. Yeah. Will. Yeah. That will definitely be a great follow episode. I know there's a great NC jar group and Taiwan, and there's other astronautical groups there, and then other groups and mainland China that I've wanted to talk to. But now that we've set this really amazing historical overview that there was a traditional. There was both the. Indigenous sort of forms of strategy. But also, a long tradition of practicing that type of almost western astrology in China for many centuries that really opens up the are sort of historical understanding for right for for things. And will will set a nice foundation for the future? Right, right. Yeah. Thank you. This is this is amazing. Thanks a lot for doing this where can people find out more information about your work or if they wanna follow your work or get in touch with? You have a blog were you've posted articles and stuff I have an ongoing blog and some of the deals with Buddhism. But also the other half of deals with my study of strategy. And so we could put a link to it or you can just type in Jeffrey Khattak, and then the first ten pay pages on Google will be me. Okay. So you can find my blog that way, you can also download my papers of archive dot org..

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"khattak" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"khattak" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"But it's been a lot of pressure from Vegas in the third period base upcoming again little lightning in the left of vast Laskey. Please defensive zone faceoffs half to be a point of emphasis for the lightning. They really need to continue to do a nice job at clearing the puck out of his own and playing with control as well. They want to be able to not just chip it in deep and allow Vegas to come right back to the other way, they want to be able to exert some control and break the puck out of his own cleanly through the neutral zone and try to set up some offense soon. Too many one and done pocket and carpenter lean in carbonate thrown out. We didn't see that in the second and they had some long shifts in the offensive zone really helped their momentum pocket wins the face off year. Talk got up the far side Miller out the talented center, ice Sipple. Popzette blurry. Lease it up the Parsi kala Miller, not a carpenter arbiters met by mcdonagh good step up here. These zone. At least momentarily come pretty tally at center point, a shot walked five Akao carpenter bows out to settle Brian carpenter walks to the cross of circle Halla shot blocked in front by mcdonagh. And it's picked up by Khattak at the center ice. Horrid it ends up in the Vegas defense itself. Besides are going to change it up here. Break McNabb the Golden Knights upset Riley Smith chips, afforded lightning at stamp pros. Retreats? Kutaragi drop feed Girardi almost wasn't ready for it. But he does get it for Coburn reading covert microwave, and a left-wing lighting going backwards right now, they got to get to the red line and get this puck forward Kuch offer Coburn up the nearside Girardi finally clears it out. But at center ice it gets walked by Theodore put up the middle talk. Erin be picked up. Stamkos spins it out Tyler settle. Plus the cross the biggest line up left circle for kucherov walked by England. Putra follows up in the left corner. Rows pinching search every corner. Kuchar crop Tyler Johnson left. Ricochet back to certain of the right point back behind the net. Johnson offensive zone shift here for the lightning right circle. Stamp goes to keep it alive for surrogates every point he dropped Johnson. By that. Why back extent goes left circle Carlson takes it away. Please at Riley Smith et cetera pass picked up by mcdonagh. He one times it back in. Ooh. We're gonna call icing to the lights and said it tucked something along the way so break lady Belmore plus out to settle into the lightning zone free to lightning in the third war belvoir barrels into the left corner is in a traffic jam. Grated point comes up with the puck point the nearside, caloric not out held in Merrill, shot to watch wide rate. You don't carry a right corner? Belmar yard war Belmar cycles at gold goal and cuts it off Colbert. He has time to duck by reading Colbert, David the middle with five twenty five left over to center ice, right wing porn. You never touched it and they call icing even though look like Gordon might have won the.

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"khattak" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"khattak" Discussed on Car Talk

"We're back listening to car, talked with us climate, speak for yourself. You may be back. We're clicking brothers and we hit a talk about cars car repair, and the answer to last week's puzzling. There was a puzzle last week. Yeah. This is on the poker collection all the poker puzzling. Now I, why don't you remind me? I remember myself. Now you were playing poker with your wife who are sitting at the kitchen table. She says, I'd like to learn how to play poker. Can you teach me? So I explained to her the ranking of the hands of the highest end being a Royal flush, ace king Queen Jack ten of one suit and the lowest hand being nothing. Okay. I've got all the cards face up on the table, and she says, let's play game with the cards like this, you pick five of the cards and I'll pick five of the cardinal see was the best hand and use a well, let's he's pretty silly. We can see all the cards. So I'm gonna pick a Royal flush, and you're going to pick a Royal flush, and we're going to be tied every time. And she says, well, after you pick your cards, you can draw cards. You can throw away up to as many as five cars. You can throw them all away or you can throw none of them away. So we. Anyway, I'm going to pick a Royal flush and you're gonna pick a Royal flush, nobody's ever going to win. She says, will let me pick. I. I smoked. Go ahead. Yeah, she does. She wins. Really? Yeah. What he does she pick. I have to say that I did ponder this during the week, but I really immediately escaped everything and I forgot about it. Well, I think the only hand the guarantees her a winner, the pick four tenths four tenths. She picks four tenths no matter what I pick. She will always wind up with a better hand 'cause she can get a ten high straight flush in the best I can do is a nine high straight flush, the straight flush beating four of a kind of a few pitch for tens. And I picked four aces for Acis loses to ten. Nine, eight, seven, six of say hearts. Yeah, for example. And it's not possible for you knowing that that's what she's gonna do, but she doesn't. I who prevent her from getting. So she puts the four tenths, you see her do that, right. Go ahead. And why don't you nine of clubs? Yeah. ADA spades, or which case. If I do that, if you do that and she cannot get ten high flush rate flush. Yeah, but neither neither can canoe, can you? Yeah. So she wins, I think I may be wrong, but I think this puzzle you make it up. So it's very good. So who do we have a winner? The winner is Chuck dean from Chicago, Illinois, and for having his answer selected at random from on all those correct answers that we got Chuck is going to get twenty six dollar gift certificate to the shameless commerce division at Khattak dot com. And you know what he can get what that gift certificate, you don't do you. I know what he told us. We could do. No, he can get one of CDs of disrespectful car songs called born, not to run which features on the cover me in the role of my pal. What's his name? Bruce. Springfield. Bruce, bruce. That's it. Yeah, don't boss. And my brother reprising his award winning performance as Clarence Clements playing tool blocks instead of Saxony then is sweet notes out of the toolbox anyway, a sweet little thing indeed is, and we'll have a brand new puzzle coming up in the third half of today's show. So stay tuned for that. We did receive some emails stating that we couldn't possibly have three halves to our show because I didn't believe that the person was serious. No. I mean, jeez. I mean someone wrote and said, gee, you guys are really stupid. Don't you know that they can't be three halves. No, we didn't know they can't be. Anyway, you didn't call us questions if you'd like the numbers one, eight, eight car talk. That's eight eight eight two two, seven eight two five, five lawyer on car. Talk Tony from Saint Louis..

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"khattak" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"khattak" Discussed on Car Talk

"This is the part of the show where we hunt down a previous call to see if they advice that we gave was really great. Just grading are lucky player this week. It's Jeff from Berkeley, California, by way of Australia. Do remember Jeff, neither do I absolutely I've got not am. I know say Jeff call us a while back because eighty four VW Vanna gone was making an intimate knocking sound from the rear end. In the snow is guys, but to go completely closer to any mechanic. Does it does the noise initiate when you start moving the car after it's been sitting like overnight is likely to happen, then it can just come well after driving for three or four miles, Jeff's going to be difficult. All right. So does it ever happen when you first start off in the morning? Only been there when I stopped before. This is sort of like I've got a secret. Remember the bulge ever mation. So so what happened? Did we offensively manage to Intuit, a diagnosis did of course, we told him that bolt of his rear axles needed replacing well, let's see, Jeff, Jeff, for you're there. Hey, guys? Yeah, I'm here. All right, Jeff. Look before we find out what went bad, your axles or our advice we need to verify that we have not spoken since your last appearance carts because that true that is true. And the answer to give here on stump to Trump says nothing influenced by staff of their lifetime supply of digital dues, we set you so Jeff, was it the accidents? It was the excellent. Well, I, I wanna hear what everyone. Yes. How we knew it was the axles because there's nothing else back there. Yeah. So what did you do you did you have them changed? Yeah, that'd be guy code. Dan Katina at the European might as victory, fix that clue. Full me. And since then my girlfriend, I have been on a month-long six thousand mile trip around the southwest camping in the van with this. Really? Yeah, six thousand miles. And you never left Berkeley that what you said. Hey, thanks for being on stumped. Chumps Jeff, if the player thanks guys, he'll later. If you hear someone you'd like us to bring back for stump jumps, please Email us just gestion from Khattak dot.

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"khattak" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"khattak" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"All these stories and we we have eight hundred. Eighty four pages in a report everybody could cherry pick, what they, want to put in but they're they're interesting things like these peop- these priests and Pittsburgh that ran the porn ring and had all the young victims were taking pictures of them to make. It easier to target their. Victims this is the Pittsburgh priests the, priest gave, their favorite, boys, gifts gold crosses whereas necklaces this, what the attorney general Pennsylvania said the crosses were the markings of which boys had been groomed for abuse In the in in Scranton fifty nine predator priest named one priest Thomas Khattak raped a young girl got her pregnant. And arranged an abortion the, Bishop James Tim Lynn expressed his feelings, in a, letter this, is, a very difficult time in your, life and I realized how upset you are I to share your grief Who, that letter was sent to was. Sent to the girl or was it sent to, the the priest you know the answer was sent to the priest This is? Bad and I'm sure I'm sure? If O'Malley. Is cancelling his trip to the. Dublin this Saint John's seminary situation is is is a real, mess to you can you can bet on that it's it's it's just what. Makes it worse say John's is that there was, so much abuse going on and now the abuse have been going on there for more than sixty years and apparently when the scandal broke? Fifteen years, ago they didn't get it cleaned up Still going, on don't worry though the pope, Francis is gonna come out with another diatribe against the death penalty or climate change or something, take care of this. Right right exactly the investigation into the, six dialysis has. Led to criminal charges against two, priests were no longer in active ministry one pleaded guilty last month to sexually assaulting a ten year. Old boy the other is charged with molesting. To you two, boys over the years of this pleaded not guilty so they they they tried. To stop the priests the pervy, or the alleged Perv pre strike the? Stop this report from being released? And they. They got the name a lot. Of the names were redacted dozens of individuals mainly clergy members, suit the block the report's release in successfully petitioned the high court to block. Out their names in any identifying information they claim, their reputations would be unfairly ruined They they rape they raped little boys and if they were if they're outed as being, a pederasts because that's. What they're not had a pedophile is, someone who goes. After a young child a pederasts. Pederasty someone who goes after a young boy these were by and large not exclusively but by and, large these were pederasts these were gay predators Eight four, four, five, hundred forty two forty two and then there's, the mess. In Chile you got people in the, the the the high ranking clergy men in Australia that are one of them's gone to prison, George. You're. Next with okay we're out of time we'll take some calls when we come back eight four four five hundred forty two forty two, eight four four? Or five hundred forty two forty? Two six zero three says when, the phone don't ring it will. Be pope Francis calling. To explain this. Horror in Pennsylvania and the mess in Chile too yeah they they have nothing to say about about any of this by the way would would would we know anything about, Saint John's seminary this latest scandal if we didn't have, social media sometimes we complain, about social, media but it can, come in handy. Sometimes I'm Howie Carr.

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"khattak" Discussed on Google Cloud Platform Podcast

Google Cloud Platform Podcast

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"khattak" Discussed on Google Cloud Platform Podcast

"Before you still need one still identity management management, all these things are the same. The plug ability points are a little bit different. I think some of the main differences though are one is minimal that I mentioned earlier compared to a VM. You can have a much smaller host operating system, then you do on a virtual machine and with that means is if you're doing it right, that thing is tiny and new patch that super regularly. It shouldn't have any vulnerabilities that somebody can exploit and that actually make sure overall system safer because you have a smaller service of tack. Another major difference between containers and BM's is I think one of the talking points against. Tena is people were saying, hey, I don't have as good, 'isolation containers, right? I don't have this hyper visor which I have with the EMS. The provide strong isolation security 'isolation between my my systems, and that was sort of true until release g. visor some other projects in the open source Khattak containers, containers that provide container level actually pod level. We're gonna use isolation. So one of the counter arguments against using containers from security point of view is now one of its strengths that you can use the same strong isolation, added container level and still have been packing the benefits of using containers that you that you were aiming for in the first place. Does that mean that we should be running a little? Are containers under something like visor or is it fine what we're doing now? That's a great question. I think Jesus was meant to be most purpose and box on an all purpose inbox. So filters about one hundred and fifty comments calls and prevents process from from running. Things shouldn't run. That's not going to be perfect for every single application. You're gonna wanna run in your environment that being said, we used internally Google to run some of our services and also kind of. Answer not a question that you asked you, should I run all my continues and divided? I'll say, should you run all your things on containers? What a great question Mark. Not necessarily, but thrilling Google's model rates up the reasons we can do things like life migration is because we have. So we have these whole packages of things, including your containers are containers and we can move them around easily and touch the underlying infrastructure without taking you down. That's that's the beauty of using something like containers, actually curious, what would you not run in containers? I think anything that has specific hardware dependencies, I would probably not attempt to to do right now, at least. So if you have some very, very custom stuff on metal on Prem, like it's okay, not the not the first workload I go for and then the other end of the spectrum is the functions right? Something that's super simple that it's too heavyweight to spin up a container don't don't bother. So actually, I was gonna fill up and say, is it possibly a question of trust you have in the software that you're running? This is my software. I know where it came from and I know what is doing. So I'm like, that's okay. But if I don't know where this is coming from, then maybe that's something inside GI's or something like that. Fair. That's a, that's a great point. So every we think of it, but softwares and the level of trust at houses a continuum, right? Nothing fully trusted. Nothing is fully untrusted. This is very security person messaging, but if you, you know, more trusted software might be offered that you build software that your developers have signed, etc. From your internally. And yeah, you're probably okay running one developer software from your company next to another software. That's fine. Shortest inside a risk on the spectrum. You're running some third party arbitrary code. Some plug in that you downloaded from kit hub that you don't really know what's in there. We have some customers who are running their customers provided data and containers, and in that particular case, I would be worried not so much about like a container escape, but like around one workload affecting another workload in terms of resources to actually, I think you'll looted to this before as well. There that we can use for candidate or securities that we know, hey, this came from developers or, hey, this is the actually the thing that I was meant to download downloaded it and it wasn't a problem in somewhere. Clean stuff like that. Yeah..

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"khattak" Discussed on Google Cloud Platform Podcast

Google Cloud Platform Podcast

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"khattak" Discussed on Google Cloud Platform Podcast

"Before you still need one still identity management management, all these things are the same. The plug ability points are a little bit different. I think some of the main differences though are one is minimal that I mentioned earlier compared to a VM. You can have a much smaller host operating system, then you do on a virtual machine and with that means is if you're doing it right, that thing is tiny and new patch that super regularly. It shouldn't have any vulnerabilities that somebody can exploit and that actually make sure overall system safer because you have a smaller service of tack. Another major difference between containers and BM's is I think one of the talking points against. Tena is people were saying, hey, I don't have as good, 'isolation containers, right? I don't have this hyper visor which I have with the EMS. The provide strong isolation security 'isolation between my my systems, and that was sort of true until release g. visor some other projects in the open source Khattak containers, containers that provide container level actually pod level. We're gonna use isolation. So one of the counter arguments against using containers from security point of view is now one of its strengths that you can use the same strong isolation, added container level and still have been packing the benefits of using containers that you that you were aiming for in the first place. Does that mean that we should be running a little? Are containers under something like visor or is it fine what we're doing now? That's a great question. I think Jesus was meant to be most purpose and box on an all purpose inbox. So filters about one hundred and fifty comments calls and prevents process from from running. Things shouldn't run. That's not going to be perfect for every single application. You're gonna wanna run in your environment that being said, we used internally Google to run some of our services and also kind of. Answer not a question that you asked you, should I run all my continues and divided? I'll say, should you run all your things on containers? What a great question Mark. Not necessarily, but thrilling Google's model rates up the reasons we can do things like life migration is because we have. So we have these whole packages of things, including your containers are containers and we can move them around easily and touch the underlying infrastructure without taking you down. That's that's the beauty of using something like containers, actually curious, what would you not run in containers? I think anything that has specific hardware dependencies, I would probably not attempt to to do right now, at least. So if you have some very, very custom stuff on metal on Prem, like it's okay, not the not the first workload I go for and then the other end of the spectrum is the functions right? Something that's super simple that it's too heavyweight to spin up a container don't don't bother. So actually, I was gonna fill up and say, is it possibly a question of trust you have in the software that you're running? This is my software. I know where it came from and I know what is doing. So I'm like, that's okay. But if I don't know where this is coming from, then maybe that's something inside GI's or something like that. Fair. That's a, that's a great point. So every we think of it, but softwares and the level of trust at houses a continuum, right? Nothing fully trusted. Nothing is fully untrusted. This is very security person messaging, but if you, you know, more trusted software might be offered that you build software that your developers have signed, etc. From your internally. And yeah, you're probably okay running one developer software from your company next to another software. That's fine. Shortest inside a risk on the spectrum. You're running some third party arbitrary code. Some plug in that you downloaded from kit hub that you don't really know what's in there. We have some customers who are running their customers provided data and containers, and in that particular case, I would be worried not so much about like a container escape, but like around one workload affecting another workload in terms of resources to actually, I think you'll looted to this before as well. There that we can use for candidate or securities that we know, hey, this came from developers or, hey, this is the actually the thing that I was meant to download downloaded it and it wasn't a problem in somewhere. Clean stuff like that. Yeah..

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"khattak" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"khattak" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

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"khattak" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"khattak" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"With at ninety five on our heater at a deep luckily breaking ball but a weapon slow quarters you'll want to that stalemate in rump snide hits at doors for the astros they left seven for the yankees old three ed old they left poll the rayah al to vague glory yellow the right side of the gift outfield off warwar that's it for a strike go ahead lower outsi quarter for his drive fouled accountable to choose david abuse rang at that bitch i'll hate it ended its going to be really weak khattak asked his point man of that right i lost courageous kale he's excitable right down the count singleround defensively other the astros achieved the ship the lot they legal lot we told you second most shift in the majors only the brewers with more but he's been looking into the dugout at sprinting but spot the spot not sake to the tweet pitches but what to do that slow drive by eric hit astros leading it four nothing bad for you stood a chance at the world series for the second time in franchise history she wall street strikes throughout the next off rebels the first brielle as it on their hands of a colors steps on first and lance but fellers gets a one two three worth bid way ever sabbath it's gave seven it it's time to stretch and astros astros the yankees its four to nothing this is the american league championship series audie has.

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"khattak" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"khattak" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The fourth quarter and the packers trail of bengals 21 seventeen larry khattak bauer choi westwood more without evans able to get off the fuel letters all power aj green walk off the sideline warriors right now after that catch nine catches otter five yards and a touchdown creating agreeing for us style bagels that their own forty dot will operate for water federal joe mix of the item in three tied ends the game anna gave it to mix it right cyprus across the 45 to the forty six maybe the forty seven inaccurate talking during the break about the defense and the scheme of the packers there while they stayed that nitro which is basically to outside linebackers steep nuts events you got to don lyman there be put to tackle 60foot setbacks in the game against three tight ends you just all wale so that the proper play run right up the gut and i got six yards out of it officially as the balls market the forty 46 second down in four mix it again the single back trips to the left won receive a right don't a sir they give to mix in again cut to back gets the mid fear half it first out as he gets rid of 48 of green bay josh jones there to make the stop hey jay green back on the villa you was looked to me like used a little dehydrated so we got some water looks like he's okay and that girl is in the game now at one of those outside linebacker flat defense a bit positions and this nitro defense for green bay first out at the packer forty eight mix and fifteen terry's forty eight yards he's in there now gotten out of the gun to receivers right suitable after that gets the snap forehand rush inside the 45 an out of bounds is randall fell first time we've mentioned his name today no given progress to the 43 to marius randall jay skin out but a gain of five on the play walk run six nineteen six eighteen left and this is such an important drive for the begles obviously they want points but they're chewing options clock and what you're saying if you're antidalai stay in balata camp to handle the ball to the ground twenty one seventeen bengal flayed here and green bay second and five at the 43 single backus mix of they give.

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"khattak" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"khattak" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Is extra sports 1300 lambeau six minutes to go in the first half begles 21 packer seven larry khattak power upstairs it out on the sidelines slow west threat guys are starting to cool down valbe just completed packer defense needs a rest as i look on the sidelines play matthews the mud brooks the to pass rushing linebackers that named wait last series on short in a short bells person uh horse from one person third ju they look like they're only coming in an impasse with situation clegg a try fatal sex that penalty the cost of thirty three yards overall was start harold 6 out of a gun go hats it off again breaking of the right side across the ted across the vp after the seventeen for gate of 12 are a gain of eleven excuse me as joe mix of what the way beyond bala going on out there later beyond value now he gets hidden behind his were line dope berzin tried or on a straight ahead run off left guard entered stops it hides and then it was a break out awful white garden one 228 that hard i usually do play wanna go to their the accurate water pick folks up were upper fortier forced out at the sixty don't began in a shotgun asked me to do is right scott hicks have pressured garage office back diving catch made by aj grade at the twenty seven yard like watch a dangerous path he was falling backward to see through well labelled at the pleaded any sky he's got that mojo gone with aj greeted at yeah he's got good protection and at that time as a case of play oxford role to the right and then off his back foot he through aj green open as paul thrown them open he brought him back he lowry with the pressure out of the gut first out from the 2017 handed off fiction across the thirty and gets to the thirty six gate of nine blake martinez a more when evans there now makes it is pick up liz yards but the difference hack he's going up the middle and the battles are going to the area and the other differences you're leaving him in the game backs lee hippie fed the ball well she does they heard me say they're going to hurry up they get off the light astrological back at home second or one from the thirty six again the shotgun again joe mix in in.

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"khattak" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:26 min | 4 years ago

"khattak" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Who are not ill or injured would have the same fearing it and i think that we are who went iran now where we really have take this notion of an afghan life seriously i was in on italy's though about a year ago and um i find incidentally that medical doctors are really opening up to this now and get interested in it the could fill it from claim now that it it's such a frequent on conne connecticut uh resuscitation profit so other doctors for getting interested and the infant after i lecturer in italy this very nice gentlemen on an italian search and came up to me and you could count but he could not things that affect on him he look canned of haunted if the word out with you all of not at all in a negative way you could tell the that he had undergone a uh some sort of transformation so he after my lecture he led me over to the corner and helmi the month before he had and doing an elected operation on a fairly gone man who is in good health fat forgot what the operation laws but it wasn't anything syria and there was no thought that anything what happened during the surgery but envy at the man had a cardiac arrest during the surgery and the doctor was unable to resuscitate him this fight crime valya lie and he was telling me that um he stopped resuscitation after dan he was just aside and self thinking you know like well what and then four i'm not gonna say to the family when all of a sudden he said the off swinging to oversee the operating round uh smith who won open and he set a woman came came raving and he said it first he felt that she would fight khattak and he you don't have when you're very uh stressed out you can't really make out what somebody you're right you're right so he city really focused fan on her face from what is this one thing and he said he.

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