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Fresh update on "soho" discussed on Behind the Badge
"No matter where I am with room in Washington or traveling, you know the things that happened in New York. It's New York City's sort of like a national. It's almost like a state, um in itself. The politicians in New York City you run for mayor of New York. It's like running for a national position. Keep in mind. I don't know what the budget is these days, but back when Rudy Giuliani was here, the budget was about 40 45 billion, I guess. And one of the biggest budgets in the country bigger than most state budgets. So it ZBIG job. There's a lot going on in New York City, but the one thing I've learned Over the past. 2025 years is what happens in New York City. Um, has a lot to do with what's happening in the NYPD as a sweet talked about from time to time, you know, in 1994 when Rudy Giuliani came into office Nobody wanted to live work visit, go to school in a place where they weren't safe. So into you dealt with the crime, which at the time was completely out of control. We had about 2200 homicides a year, highest shootings, highest robberies. Just, you know, a crime haven if you will, Um, you know, as Rudy Giuliani came in the office and address the crime for every percentage point we saw Crime reduced. We saw increases in economic development, real estate values tourism, Um, when New York City went from being Rotten apple were one of the most crime infested cities in the in the country in the world. We went from that To be in one of the top, you know, cleanest, safest cities in the nation, and there was a lot of hard work behind it. Andre. It sort of stayed that. Why, from Rudy's time in office Tonto Mayor Bloomberg's time in office on Ben Mayor de Blasio came in and things started to change. Things really took a turn for the worst over the past year. Um, the antifa movement, the Black lives matter Movement. The riots what went on over the last summer. Then, on top of that you had Cove. It The code restrictions on guy mean restrictions, probably unlike anywhere else in the country. Um, they have decimated decimated the city. But I want to take a step back to the rights. I want to take a step back. To the aftermath of the George Floyd killing. Um in Minneapolis, because after that there were protests and demonstrations and riots all over the country in cities run by Democrats in New York City, the city being one of them. The one thing that come out of that riot from me on we have talked about this. From time to time. Is the overwhelming violence. That people engaged in Um, you know whether it was looting. I mean, not not only stores, individual stores whole main drags all through SoHo like an entire street. People went store to store busting out windows, stealing everything inside whether it was Chanel or Louisville, Teton or proud of some of the most expensive stores in there in the country. They did it in SoHo. They did it on Madison Avenue. They did it on Fifth Avenue and the police at the time were being directed by the mayor. And specifically, I heard the mayor say. He wanted the police department to handle this with a light touch. And as I watched the riots as I watched what was going on around the country, I saw the light touch turn into constant attacks on the police. Tom's getting hit by cars run over by cars, people throwing Molotov cocktail at the cops, people throwing bottles, stones breaks, rocks spitting on them. Um and what I saw what I personally witnessed. Is a lack of response by the cops. So I have to tell you. I was stunned the other day when Leticia James, the attorney general for the state of New York. Filed a lawsuit against the police Department and its leadership T o end. An alleged pattern of using excessive force and making alleged false arrest against New Yorkers during the peaceful protest Now I'm not sure what peaceful protest She's talking about, but I didn't see any peaceful protests. I saw a few protests that started out peacefully and turned into mayhem. That's what I saw. And I want to get somebody else. I I know this isn't just my opinion. In my imagination, So I wanted to get somebody else in here that can talk about it and Rob all Donald is a former detective with the NYPD. He's a friend he serves on the board of brothers before others. Police fraternal group. He's also on the pipe Fitter Foundation, which is Eddie Gal chief Eddie Gallagher, U S Navy chief, his foundation that helps men and women in the military and the police departments around the country. Um Rob, So, listen, man, I I'm having a hard time. Remembering any peaceful protest where the cops used excessive force. Did you get to see anything like that? No, no, absolutely not. Commissioner, You know, like any makeup of protest, and you know, through our training through the years of dealing with it, you know you have 60% of protesters. You have 30% opportunists, and you have 10 to 15% of that hardened Anarchist in tag anizers that look to start that fuse to light that used to start that spark to let the opportunity go. And that's what we saw here and we saw how violently team the chief of the department, You know. Four star uniformed chief was assaulted and got punched in the face that one of these Where in the past decades have you seen that these were peaceful protests. These were opportunities to route to riot they were targeting areas of commerce. That had these high dollar stores. These Gucci stores defend the stores, the coach stores on DATs what we saw and through the whole thing..
Family calls for boycott over NYC hotel's handling of false phone theft accusation
"Falsely falsely accused accused of of stealing stealing a a woman's phone at SoHo Hotel is speaking out tonight. Son was attacked by a woman accusing the 14 year old of stealing her phone, and Kat Rodriguez says she's waiting to hear from the hotel in which the incident took place Now, Arlo You've been real quiet. You've been real quiet. Like they say in my hood and Crown Heights. You've been real quiet. 22 year old Maya Ponsetto faces charges, and the family's attorney, Ben Crump says the Arlo will see picket lines. If they don't do right by the team. We won't pay. And we won't stay. Any accommodation who doesn't condemn racism on any day unsettles tirade and tackling of the team was, of course caught on video. Her phone was later found by an uber driver. Al
Multiple charges for woman accused of attacking teen in New York hotel
"Facing criminal charges. It was December 26 That's SoHo hotel when Mia Ponsetto berated jazz musician Cheon heralds 14 year old son. Claiming he stole her phone to black people. No, I'm not letting you walk around with my phone. The phone was found and returned. The 22 year old now charged with a serious of crimes, attempted robbery, grand larceny, two counts of attempted assault and endangering the welfare of a child. 45 year old Michael raced a panic. A white man who drove his car through a black lives matter protests in Iowa City last August.
'SoHo Karen' Hit With Felony Charges for Attack on Black Teen in New York City
"Who was seen on video allegedly assaulting a black teenager in Manhattan. At a hotel last month, wrongly accusing him of stealing her phone was arraigned in New York City Criminal Court yesterday and who falsely accused the teen of stealing a cell phone led away by police in handcuffs and now facing criminal charges. Fine, Really, it was December 26 at a SoHo hotel when Mia Ponsetto berated jazz musician Cheon heralds 14 year old son claiming he stole her phone to black. No, I'm not letting you walk away with my phone. The phone was Found and returned the 22 year old now charged with a serious of crimes, attempted robbery, grand larceny, two counts of attempted assault and endangering the welfare of a child.
Woman Who Tackled Black Teenager at SoHo Hotel Is Arrested
"Teenager of stealing her cell phone at a hotel in SoHo, appeared in court this week out in L. A Me upon Settle, was arrested near her California home on Thursday. She's facing several charges after the teenagers father, a prominent jazz musician, Cheon Harold, recorded that confrontation. On the story with CBS is Daniel Bacchus 22 year old Mia Ponsetto appeared remotely in front of a California judge Friday She faces at least four charges, including attempted robbery, endangering the welfare of a child and attempted assault in connection with the confrontation with a teenager that went viral. Okay, so all that's mine is really getting out about you can meet Ponsetto was captured on camera. She approached 14 year old Cheon Harold Jr at in New York City Hotel last month, falsely accusing him of stealing her cell phone and then tackling the team and uber driver returned. Pon settles phone after she left it in his car within minutes of the confrontation in an exclusive interview with CBS this morning's Gayle King prior to her arrest. On Settle said she should not be judged by this incident alone. I don't feel that that is who I am. As a person. I don't feel like this One mistake does to find me. But I do sincerely from the bottom of my heart apologize that if I made The sun feels of. I assaulted him or if I hurt his feelings or the father's feelings, But Harold's mother says Ponsetto racially profiled her son. No far thing. Your boy should be scared and frightened. All right. They said. It hasn't feel scared or feel like they threatened me. Anybody. Ponsetto was brought back here to the city just this morning where she will be facing charges. No court date has been set up just yet. WCBS news
Woman who falsely said Black teen stole her phone arrested
"Woman who falsely accused a black teen of stealing her cellphone and in New York City. Swanky SoHo Hotel has been arrested. Please charging me upon Seto and arresting her near her home Thursday, the 22 year old facing several charges after the teen's father recorded her physically confronting her son, his son and that now viral video get an update with CBS News is reporter Daniel Bacchus police officers arrested Pawn settled Thursday they had to use force to remove her from her car after she refused to pull over. Unsettles attorney says her client appears to be emotionally unwell. Ponsetto agreed to be transported to New York to face her charges. No court date has been set on
SoHo 'Karen' Miya Ponsetto Arrested for Cell Phone Attack in New York, Denies Racial Profiling
"So whole Karen now in police custody, she's the woman who falsely accused a black teenager of stealing her phone. SOHO Karen, a k a. Maya Ponsetto is under arrest and expected to be charged with attempted robbery when she goes before a judge today, the day after Christmas, she was caught on camera assaulting the 14 year old son of jazz musician Cheon Harold at the Arlo Hotel after she accused him of stealing her phone. Where does Ponsetto will face a California judge before being extradited to New York?
New Jersey Man Arrested In Violent Manhattan Rampage That Injured 10 People
"Baseball bat went on a rampage in Lower Manhattan Saturday night, he attacked 10 people, including Molly Quentin, who was slugged in the head in the subway station at Canal and Derek. He starts screaming at us. And try to block it and advanced today excited station and he started wearing toe was my girlfriend, So I screamed at him to come towards me, and he started rushing at me. And as I helped across the turnstile, I scream tow person at that booth to call the police. And he struck me behind the arm and on the head a couple times. And then you brush on the station. You talk to the New York Post. Cops eventually stopped Brian Thompson with a Taser. It began in SoHo and continued and Hudson Square, then on to Tribeca, and it finally ended in Chelsea. Police say 43 year old Brian Thompson first attacked two men and one woman in the Canal Street subway station. Just after 6:30 P.m.. The next victim was a 39 year old woman attacked near Barican Canal Street. Police say Thompson then went after the driver of a parked car and took off at high speed in the vehicle, eventually crashing it in Tribeca. After that, he allegedly tried to steal two other cars but failed any attack more people? Then police say he carjacked the Jeep Grand Cherokee and drove to Chelsea, where he hit. A police car was finally arrested. Thompson faces a whole host of charges. The most serious injury is a broken arm. Roger. Stir in
New York state reports 166 new COVID-19 deaths
"New York State began the new year with some pretty grim news to the number of daily death when the virus up Thursday 266 the highest one day death toll since May, the city seeing a spike in covert cases wave of vaccines, apparently coming slower than expected. Officials say some 3 to 40,000 doses of the vaccine had been delivered to New York City, but only about 88,000 Men administration administer the goal about a million people in the city to be vaccinated by the end of this month. Mayor Bill de Blasio says that goal is within reach. The positivity rate, though, continues to spike 49 zip codes in the city, now above the 10% positivity rate. This is word that New York City sheriffs have shut down large New Year's Eve gatherings and SoHo and in Queens.
NYPD may charge woman with assault after false phone theft claim
"Weekend's altercation at the Arlo Hotel and SoHo has been positively identified, though not publicly, and detectives are looking for her. She's facing assault charges and possibly grand larceny and attempted robbery as well. Manhattan Da's office says it's also investigating this weekend's incident in which a white woman falsely accused a young black teen Of taking her cell phone. The father of the teen is jazz musician Cheon Harold. He called it an example of racial profiling. My son is 14 years old. He has the right to have his phone, and he also has the right not to show it to get on. Let's go as heralding a son leave the lobby. The woman follows them. He says. She then scratched him on his hand and tackled and grabbed his son. Boosted my phone. I cannot know about my father get, Harold said he was told by the hotel that the woman's phone was returned by an uber driver. Shortly afterward. Attorney Ben Crump, who is representing the family, is now calling on the Manhattan district attorney to charge the woman with battery and assault. Report from correspondent Nicky Batiste. The NYPD says it is
NYPD may charge woman with assault after false phone theft claim
"Says the woman in this weekend's altercation at the Barlow Hotel in SoHo has been positively identified, though not publicly, and detectives are looking for her. She's facing assault charges and possibly grand larceny and attempted robbery as well. The Manhattan D A's office as it's also investigating this weekend's incident, in which a white woman falsely accused a young black teen of taking her cell phone. Father of the team is jazz musician Cheon Harold. He called it an example of racial profiling. My son is 14 years old. He has the right to have his phone, and he also has the right not to show it to get on. Let's go as heralding a son leave the lobby. The woman follows them. He says. She then scratched him on his hand and tackled and grabbed his son. But my phone I cannot have my father get. Harold said he was told by the hotel that the woman's phone was returned by an uber driver. Shortly afterward. Attorney Ben Crump, who is representing the family, is now calling on the Manhattan district attorney to charge the woman with battery and assault. That's correspondent Nicky Batiste. The NYPD says it is not being investigated as a bias incident. The Arlo Hotel admits it could have Dunmore to de escalate the situation. As
Video shows White woman falsely accusing Black teen of stealing her phone in NYC hotel
"There's a reaction Here is this 14 year old was accused of black 14 year old accused by AH white woman who said that the teen had stolen her phone. Later, It was returned by an uber driver. And as you heard This whole thing was captured on camera Mayor Bill de Blasio tweeting last night at the incident to him is racism, plain and simple, horrific at any age, the mayor said, especially offensive that it happened to a child. The incident ended with the still unidentified woman, the teen and his father rolling around on the floor. The Arlo Soho Hotel on Saturday. Musician Cheon Harold tweeted his reaction out in this video. I'm a trumpet player himself. My hand's bleeding. I'm trying to protect my son because of a crazy person saying she took his iPhone on trying to go into his pocket trying to go into my pockets. Manhattan D. A is now reportedly investigating looking for more information on this incident. It happened on Saturday. 8 41 WCBS news time greatest albums of all time. David Allen Co. The mysterious Rhinestone cowboy. Mysterious Rhinestone cowboy. Released in
Black teen falsely accused of stealing woman's iPhone at hotel
"Prosecutors in New York City or investigating a confrontation that was posted on social media, jazz musician Cheon Harold said on Saturday and unidentified woman in the lobby of the Arlo SoHo hotel, scratched him and grabbed his 14 year old son, Cheon junior, accusing the teen of stealing her cell phone. Harold and his son are black. Harold said. The phone was returned by an uber driver shortly
Woman falsely accuses Black teen of stealing phone
"Prosecutors in New York City or investigating a confrontation that was posted on social media, jazz musician Cheon Harold said on Saturday. An unidentified woman on in the lobby of the Arlo Soho hotel scratched him. And grabbed his 14 year old son, Cheon junior, accusing the teen of stealing her cell phone. Harold and his son are black. Harold said. The phone was returned by an uber driver
Woman Attacks Black Teen In SoHo Hotel After Falsely Accusing Him of Stealing Her Phone
"A video on Instagram, which he says his 14 year old son was racially profiled by a white woman who accused him of stealing her iPhone. Happened to the Arlo Hotel in New York as Cheon Harold and his son Cheon, Junior or coming down from their room for breakfast has nothing do with her. I'm trying to get to know he's not leaving. Show me the proof. You better get on. Let's go, okay? Carol says At one point, they will and scratched. It lunged at her son after falsely accusing the teenager. Several times woman's iPhone was returned to the hotel few minutes later by an uber driver. Harold says he filed a police report in the NYPD is investigating who wants the video of that tense exchange on our website can extend 70 calm, obviously because of the
Black teen falsely accused of stealing woman's iPhone at hotel
"A noted jazz musician says he and his son were assaulted at an upscale New York City hotel musician Cheon Harold says Ah woman accosted his teenage son in the lobby of the Arlo Hotel in Soho, accused him of stealing her cell phone. She demanded to see his phone and said she wasn't leaving until he proved the phone wasn't hers. Harold says the woman tackled him and grabbed, tackled his son and grabbed his son and scratched him. Video of the incident posted to Instagram shows the white woman accosting the black teenager and sparked again a conversation about how black people are treated and perceived. The Barlow hotel later posted a statement issuing an apology and saying what happened was inexcusable.
Kisen Dharma Combat
"Good morning thank you for joining us. Yesterday we completed the first part of shoe soho section in the in the buddha hall and the endo and today it will present the case and mytalk and then open it up for questions and answers so let's begin attention. Were you gate asked shweibi. What's the meaning of the ancestors coming from the west. Shweibi said going at the chin. Rest for me. Were you gave brought the chin. Rest four shweibi sri be then treated him to blow review gay remarked. Hit me if you wish but there is still no meaning in the ancestors coming from the west later. Were you asked i. What's the meaning of the ancestors coming from the west reside said. Go get the cushion for me. You gave brought the cushion to rent. Buy in rings. I treated him to a blow. Were you gave remarked. Hit me if you wish but there's still no meaning to the ancestors coming from the west later. Still when you gave was living in a temple among said osho. In former times you asked shweibi and ren's by about the meaning of the coming of the ancestor. Did they both clarify it or not. Regain replied they clarified it all right but there's still no meaning in the ancestors coming from the west. I appreciate this co on. I appreciate all the masters who have come before and those who will carry on the teachings sitting with his co on for almost three months was a rollercoaster ride. Everything is contained within it. So that when i looked into it or through it i see myself. All my attitudes and behaviors my delusional thinking my twisted karma. My determination revealed in one cohen. That's the power of this practice. Of course it comes across as tears in moods smiles and laughter self-doubt grandiose generosity kindness. It looks like everyday life. Cohen appears as everyday life. Because it is what else is there and it is magnificent and painful joyful. An undressed bubble so much to uncover and so much hiding in plain sight and i have been passed on it. This cohen is still very much a work in progress. For me like riga. I don't find answers very satisfying. It doesn't feel done. It feels like there is still something that needs clarifying. And that's okay. When i started this practice. I wanted answers. Concrete answers even if they were unsettling especially if they were unsettling. I wanted my rattled with new answers. Maybe just like you re you. Gay seems to be persistent in steadfast resolute. He is vexed by a question in seeks to answer those qualities span the centuries you lived in china from early nineteenth century to early tenth century. Apparently he left home when he was fourteen years old became a monk and then traveled a great deal. He studied with many different teachers shweibi. Ren's being two of them before eventually becoming a student of chosen ryoko founder of the soto school in china. In this cohen reggae asks shweibi what was then and still is basic zen question what is the meaning of the ancestors coming from the west the ancestor being bodey dharma. He introduced senator chan buddhism to china travelling west from india. So you gave poses this question to sweetie Be asks regain for the chin rest. This is a telltale sign that he's going to get hit with it.
'God's Love We Deliver' sends thousands of Thanksgiving meals to the sick, homebound, and needy in New York
"Back this this year year is is feeding feeding New New York's York's hungry hungry for for Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving. Scores Scores of of volunteers volunteers are are busy busy this this morning. morning. It's It's God's God's love. love. We We deliver deliver packaging packaging thousands thousands of of holiday holiday meals meals for for people people in in need need citywide. citywide. I've been delivering a lot more meals from their SoHo headquarters since the pandemic arrived is 10 10 wins Deuce Bang Glenn Schuck reports in the last week alone. 3000 New York City families reached out to God's love asking if they, too, could get something delivered for Thanksgiving head chef Daniel Metzger tells me they wouldn't want to be doing anything else. This isn't just my my job. job. This This is is my my life. life. You You know, know, this this is is my my passion. passion. I I would would rather rather be be doing doing nothing nothing else else in in this this entire entire world. world. What's What's your your message message to to the the New New Yorkers Yorkers today today who who are are really really Home Home and and lonely and upset and I'm in there with you. I'm nervous. I don't know what's gonna what's going to go on. But just know that communities come together during times like this now, with holiday music, playing dozens of volunteers working all night, socially distance, preparing turkey, yams and stuffing and pumpkin soup. One of them is Natalie, she says, especially during the pandemic thing feels like home. It's honestly it's so rewarding, and it's wonderful to think I kind of think about it in the way that we're all very lonely, but we're all lonely together. You know, we're all going through this together. And somehow that makes me feel a little bit better. When you leave here. You certainly are inspired by the level of compassion. Realize we're going going to to get get through through this this pandemic. pandemic. Gunshot Gunshot 10 10 10 10 wins wins
Boarded-Up Windows and Increased Security: Retailers Brace for the Election
"Of the vote important, Of course, the Department of Homeland Security reassuring the public. It is ready for Election Day and the potential for hackers. Christopher Crabs, the director of the Cyber Security and Infrastructure security agency, then really focusing on our rumor control system dot gov slash Rumor control, Paige. So that we can identify what some of these things might look like. Provide facts the American people, So if you do see a website to face meant on election night of a state or county level election, unofficial election night reporting We can get the information out there that that's not tied to the vote. The that group there. The Cyber Security and Infrastructure Security Agency, part of the Department of Homeland Security, has a virtual war room operating 24 7. They've already busted in Iranian group of hackers who posed as the proud boys allegedly sent threatening e mails to thousands of voters in Alaska and Florida with the message. You will vote for Trump on Election day, or we will come after you. City, preparing for protests and potential civil unrest ahead of Election Day, the NYPD not telling businesses specifically to board up their windows. Many of them are big retailers like Nordstrom, Tiffany's Saks Fifth Avenue. Many shops in SoHo in the village also boarding up ahead of potential rioting and looting. They'd been hit. Previously. Shops like Chanel on Spring Street already Covered with plywood. The NYPD, though, does have some requests. As we hear from commissioner Dermot Shea. He appeared on Good day, New York not recommending people to board up their stores. We've gotten some questions. Questions regarding outdoor furniture and things and we actually we, actually especially in Midtown did make some requests to some bids in areas. To clear the sidewalks and the reason for that was because it's impeding pedestrian traffic. NYPD says they will have extra cops out on patrol. Also word this morning from the Guardian Angels, they will put over 4000 of their members on city streets. To stop any potential rioting on Election Day and election night
"soho" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football
"Yes still somehow hanging around until I thank being there. Yeah exactly yeah you're right. It's more about more about name recognition in these days production on the field. I think that's very fair. I think that's very fair. Learn talk about here Mike Evans. which is a weird thing here? Alright Jeremy Fowler of ESPN. said that Mike Evans with a hamstring is expected to miss the rest of the season that came out yesterday. Then today Bruce Arians said they are not going to put Mike Evans on our because he was able to return from a hamstring injury that he had earlier this year in a pretty quick timeframe. So tell me just helped me as somebody. That doesn't know anything. Make sense of this you can. I think I don't know where Jeremy's Getting the information but obviously he's got a source who's telling him that he's expected to miss the rest of the season which probably means that. The injury was serious enough to suggested. Suggested at this point if you go okay. We're going into week. Fifteen two to four week injury. They might just shut them down. So this is not necessarily against Bruce Arians but the idea that Oh. He came back pretty quickly from a hamstring earlier. This year like the also got a brain member that sometimes these veterans get like the Green Lean factor. So you have Egypt Green who does not WANNA be shut down. And they're holding the door open for him even if they don't think he's going to play because there's a possibility that he might take the field and you give them the opportunity to prove themselves at the end. I think that's sort of what Mike Evans has earned he says don't put me on on. IRA wanted to see if I can come back and they say okay. You're valuable enough. Not Everybody could make that call by the way you have to be valuable enough player on the roster. You have to have something that shows that he's he's proven that he can work his way back. He's a quick healer if you will and there's so many nuances especially with hamstrings hamstrings. You know how it can be Adam thiel and didn't think he was going to miss any time and now it's turned into over a month essentially so I think that if fined for fantasy purposes I would not be counting on Mike Evans. But I wouldn't necessarily drop okay. which is so frustrating especially by the way again he has been Stanley? Go all the way through week. Seventeen so just it kills with Iraq. It just kills you with a roster spot that you want to replace.
"soho" Discussed on The CyberWire
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Vail Dot com so hopefully a broken one point zero was actually conducted twenty thirteen that's Sean Mirani he's a security analyst at independent security evaluators the research were discussing today is titled So Hopelessly Broken Two Point Zero and we looked at a few of the same devices that this research initiative covered a smaller selection and we Downton published I believe fifty two vulnerabilities across those devices many of which allowed remote compromise of devices now these were all small office Home Office embedded devices such as routers network attached storage devices or NASA's and we kind of picked up where we left off in two thousand thirteen in two thousand eighteen the opposite broken two point Oh and this time around we broadened our scope to more devices and what we found is that a lot of the security control it manufacturers had been implementing in the five years between those two research initiatives were not sufficient to prevent remote compromise into similar manner than was on twenty thirteen well before we dig into the most recent research to continue with the background from what you discovered in two thousand thirteen the initial effort there was to look into these IOT devices this and see where the vulnerabilities might be yes that's correct and as you say you discovered fifty two cvs's back then yes so based on that you decided it was time for a refresh was the methodology as you approach this round of research there were a couple of phases we had to determine which devices to look at I in host and we went with popular consumer grades devices that people were actually using end would probably care about there were vulnerabilities so once we acquire those devices us our methodology behind with scanning looking for network services that were running on them and mapping out the exposed attack surface within the web application because most of the on feature administrative web applications by default and so that goes hand in hand with looking at the firmware because most of these device manufacturers their firmware publicly available either on their websites or through some other means you can essentially download the firmware extracted and look at the entire files system that's going to be loaded onto the device and that includes a programs they're going to be Ryan so that's those sort of reconnaissance information gathering scanning phase after that we did handle on testing that involves manually poking at the web applications and network services that were exposed by default in order to identify any weaknesses any Angela signs of our abilities that we could go back to and right up and disclose let's go through a few of these devices together and sort of walk me through what you discovered and in how you went about discovering and also what the implications are are there any of the devices that stand out to you that you want to start with among these different devices we found abilities across each one of them some vulnerability classes were more common than others and in particular I would like to talk about the terror master to four twenty network match device does that one had quite a few vulnerabilities that we identified so what's interesting about the master device their use of encryption to obvious gates the HP files were stored file system though the web application makes use a PHP for server side dynamically generating pages for handling requests on the back end and so in order to you hinder reverse engineering attempts what's termites are done is encrypt each individual. PHP file with a static key and an IV balls Zeros once we figure that out by looking at the firmware and identifying the script where all that encryption and decryption processes occurred we decrypted the PHP files themselves and we're able to identify vulnerabilities within those scripts that led us to quite a few findings including command injection bypasses cross obtain cross site request forgery. I believe very common web application vulnerabilities yeah so I'm a couple of questions first of all what is the Tara master device what what is it built to do it's a network attached storage device so allows users to manage files from it has additional applications for accessing those files photo applications it also features a Web hey sean where you could minister the device so what you discovered then again for my understanding is that with the encryption they were doing on these files they had basically coded the key in the firmware is that right exactly not that hard for you to reverse engineer it now once we figured out that he was fairly trivial to get the command go back and access all those texts interesting and so that uncovered arrange vulnerabilities yes let's look at some of the other devices what other ones stood out to ACIS RTD DASH AC thirty two hundred was a Soho router that was particularly interesting because it was the only router it had a buffer overflow class owner ability that we discovered so this was an authenticated buffer overflow which means you had to have a valid log in passwords in order to explain however with authentication bypasses and we've seen that many of these devices have ways to circumvent authorization authentication this would be a remotely exploitable remote execution attack now were there any devices that came up particularly well tested out is not having very many vulnerabilities of aw we found vulnerabilities all the devices the only one that we were not able to gain remote code execution on in the time that we had was this analogy Nasr so we did find fewer high severity security vulnerabilities snoddy Ds to Jay so when you compare results that you got back in two thousand thirteen with what you found this round explain to me what the differences were have how far have we come. I would say we I have not come very far at all while these manufacturers have made attempts to implement security controls that not only make it harder to reverse engineer that devices but in some cases are actual legitimate attempts to protect against smaller ability classes we were still able to exploit remotely most of the device twelve hundred thirteen and get route shells on that so I would say that the progress of these manufacturers have made is insufficient is it the same sorts of things that you discovered back in twenty thirteen or have those things been addressed in there are new ways that you can come at these devices it's essentially the same vulnerability his command injection is very widespread among these where are they coming up short overall would end. Do you have any insights onto why they may not be doing a better job what's keeping them from doing a better job I don't know specifically what's giving them from doing a better job or and whether or not in fact they are now taking steps after the fact there are publication to improve security posture but I think it's a matter of incentives until the companies are incentivized to improve security it's always going to on the back burner for them it's not going to be a priority now you all went through the responsible disclosure process and you got different responses from different companies sued or some of the highlights of what you went through with that part of the process for the most part the responsible disclosure process went smoothly when we reported vulnerabilities most of the any factors we talked to would reply in a reasonable amount of time and they would acknowledged vulnerability reports and they would fix them and in some cases they even ask the pictures we had some communication problems with which led to some prolonged difficulties for us in the disclosure process notably awesome was next year when we reported these vulnerability snack year so they have a bug bounty program via bug crowd when we initially reported the vulnerabilities it took them several months it's I believe five months for them to even acknowledge and get.
"soho" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Knowing if ever there was going to be the single until I'm standing on a street corner in on west Broadway in soho and literally the legos read this car pulls up a convertible car full of girls in their blaring smoothed out of the car I called my wife a Mike I think I think that this move is the is the single office gross record and I called my manager and he's like oh yeah yeah yeah they will they will this movie just a just released it and then I was a I was in LA when I really knew I was in LA and Jason when he was still a Metallica came walking out isn't used yeah he came out of a out of an elevator was just like Hey robin and never met him Hey rob love that Carlos song as a guy this is gone from New York cockerels to Metallica there's something happening here later something bubbling here and if you like that movie thing again it did I mean and and what's funny is I I I thought that I understood success because we just sold these records and you know we had that big record but then I realize that what we were was a band that had a successful record this was a legend having a moment that was cultural whose worldwide like you went everywhere it was me that was his thriller that you're right it was supernatural it was nine Grammys it was like just boom boom Carlos was everywhere yeah and I and I got to be like the the lead float in that parade and it's still in during the what's your relationship with that song now it's let's lasted it's you know it's I think I went to the same journey with us on that everybody else did it was a great summer jam then I was sick of it and then every visit it was kind of like you know it's just a good it's just a nice it's just a good song it's not my best song ever written so the best on crosses ever done but again it was another moment where I was standing in the right spot at the exact right time to to be a part of something that was that was bigger than me there's like me there's my career and then there's a move like over here to the right like is this whole other thing you know you're gonna do one more song yes it was going to be will do long anymore the hits sure medical get over there have a have a go at it thanks man performing live in the queue studio this is rob Thomas who seems to me that you just want to say well to homeland was can you show missile can you swing Adam me that you'll always be you this show me how you feel more than of of the I don't have to pay for this how.
"soho" Discussed on WLAC
"And basically their records were were nothing more than sunspot records. But that's a good indication of activity. Yeah. It was just a century that that people really started. You know, having the ability to take a good close look at what the son was doing. So certainly I mean, I can't say for sure what is going to happen. But looking at the data. I'm just suggesting that it doesn't look. So it's going to be as as big as originally predicted be interesting. We have a satellite about a million miles out. So so that looks at the sun and gives us some pretty impressive weird photos in every spectrum just about the sun produces, and they're really eerie to look at and there's a sort of an ongoing thing with the SoHo satellite it's on. It's off it sees things that it shouldn't have seen then suddenly goes off. And I think right now it's off again. So was off again, I believe isn't it. The last time. I saw I think it was off off year. Do you have any comments on a couple of images that appear anomalous that have been captured by SoHo I've seen those images, and their you know, everything that I can't explain it whatsoever. There definitely anomalous. They could be anything if they try and give some kind of physical explanation for it. I I don't see where they could come up with that. Because it just looks too strange and then. You know, it really is interesting that as soon as they capture something like this shortly thereafter. Oh, no so hose gone again. I'm mean, we're we're we're we jump on conspiracies were that way. But I mean, it does seem a little strange you do. Well, yes. Yeah. There's no question about.
"soho" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"It had on display added. Soho store outrage in SoHo over products storefront window display. I couldn't believe it. It brought tears to my eyes. I was shaking with anger Jenin. Carey says the statues and merchandise displayed in the store window of dark figures with big red lips we're racist. But she says the problems much deeper before even going into the window. Somebody had to decide that that was a good idea. They had to pitch it to other people who said that was a good idea to display is now gone, but products said on Twitter that they never intended to offend anyone. Nico Johnson five believes this was just a mistake. It was a bad move. Darius right? The ten wins in SoHo wins news time, six forty eight. If you or anyone, you know, scooped up some of that brings money on route three yesterday. Easter authored glazed would like to hear from you. Police say two hundred and ninety three thousand dollars is still missing after an armored trucks door. Swung open and the cash went flying about a half million dollars in all spelled out onto the road wins. News time, six forty nine. President Trump has found a new chief of staff correspondent Stephanie Ramos has the story out of Washington tonight. The search is over President Trump announced on Twitter that his budget director, Mick Mulvaney, will be named acting White House chief of staff replacing General John Kelly, the president ads Kelly has served our country with distinction, and that Mullany has done an outstanding job while in the administration. This announcement just hours after former New Jersey Governor, Chris Christie, Republican Representative Mark meadows of North Carolina. And Nick Ayers, the top aide to vice President Mike Pence took themselves out of the running. Kelly is expected to stay on the job through the end of the year. The president's former personal attorney and fix her. Michael Cohen made his first public comments after he was sentenced to three years in federal prison for lying to congress campaign finance violations and tax evasion. An interview that aired on good Morning America. Cohen told George Stephanopoulos. He acted at a blind loyalty to the president done with the lying. I'm done being loyal to President Trump. And my first loyalty belongs to my wife. My daughter my son in this country. Cohen says, of course, Trump new when asked if the president was aware of the hush money payments to porn star. Stormy Daniels and playboy model. Karen McDougal Cohen says it was Mr. Trump who directed those payments. A White House spokesman called Cohen a self admitted liar and said there are documents to prove it but did not elaborate wins news time. Six fifty another glitch for Facebook. Facebook says a software bug may have exposed more photos to apt developer. Then users had granted permission for the company says the bug affected about seven million users who use Facebook to log into other services and granted permission to third party apps to access their photos. This was during a twelve day period in September, the bug has since been fixed wins news time, six fifty one.
"soho" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Pediatrician working in baby hunters point which is a community here in san francisco that is more low income and traditionally there are high rates of violence but when i read the science what i recognized wise i was seeing this in my patients in part because there were really no very little resources for uh my family's to be able to address these issues but what we're talking about is fundamentally the way our biology response to high doses of adversity and that's true in anyone well you get the fighter floyd you give the all the adrenaline and then that is adapted within it becomes maladaptive after a certain amount of time begins to affect you physiologically and had atomic leia and we're talking to dr nadine burke heresies founder and ceo of the center for youth wellness which treats toxic stress and children's he's also the author of a book all the deepest well hailing the longterm effects of childhood adversity the deepest well metaphor it's kind of a parable really let's talk about yeah i am i title the book the deepest well because it really came from my experience as my training in public health i did a masters in public health and you know day one they tell you about the well made and it comes from the story of john snow addressing the the cholera outbreak in in soho not game of thrones john snow by dr john snow the very famous physician an epidemiologist and as he was tracking these cholera outbreaks and interviewing all of the folks who are afflicted would he found was that there was one common source and all of the folks who developed cholera had drank from a well on broad street and when he convinced officials to take the pump handle off of the well the cholera outbreak subsided and and the metaphor of the deepest well is really about getting to the source right now we are dealing with all of these different problems in education in our justice system certainly in our healthcare system and when we look at how much these problems.
"soho" Discussed on Embedded
"Okay so how does any of this relate to robert muller and the special investigation into whether the trump campaign colluded with russian we know from recent reports the investigation is broadening to include the financial dealings of trump and his associates we know the team will be looking at contacts made during the development of trump's soho between trump and his associates and any russians who could later have been trying to influence the election we know that felix sader has contacts and russia whereas families from held the us government there and he's testified he travelled there with donald junior and ivanka trump to try to drum up support for a trump hotel in moscow that hotel never happened and now we know that felix sader in two thousand fifteen sent this email first reported by the new york times to donald trump's lawyer quote our boy can become president of the usa and we can engineer it goes on elegant all of putin's team to buy in on this i will manage this process the white house says that email is a non story oh and as for bay rock and trump so how barrack has basically been dormant for several years it hasn't done business in ally chris is in settlement talks with the company after the financial crisis trump soho was sold in a foreclosure auction to another real estate company which now runs at mostly as a hotel trump organization still gets management fees since donald trump became president the restaurant in trump soho closed and sports teams have refused to stay there a new restaurant is about to open end of the nearly four hundred units in the building.
"soho" Discussed on Embedded
"One of the developers who had later go on to build trump's soho oh and the reason we're talking about felix sater and pay rock is because there are two very important questions one of them reportedly of interest to investigators working with special counsel robert muller it here's the possible mother question where did bay rock get the money to help build trump's soho and here's the other question did donald trump no about felix seder's past as a convicted felon because if he did well i could be a problem so we've heard the story of felix sader now we're going to hear the story of this real estate company he joint be rock the company's founded in two thousand one and in the next few years the reportedly have their first meeting with donald trump and they get an office at trump tower two floors beneath where the trump family conducted their own business of the trump organization that's tim o'brien he's with bloomberg and he's been reporting on donald trump for decades so at some point bear rock and the other developers come to trump with this idea of building trump soho and the pitches this leads build this 46 story condo hotel you put your name on it but you don't have to invest any of your money we will raise the money you'll get equity in the building plus you'll be paetz a management it's called a licensing deal trump has done a lot of these kinds of deals over the years around the world and here's white this deal made sense for barrack it's free publicity the trump name is known globally for them it amounted to a hitching their wagon to a proven star star of the apprentice.
"soho" Discussed on Embedded
"The trump blair donates more money to the da the d a later pledges to return those contributions to this trump lawyer another lawyer for the trump organization and the dea all have said the contributions had nothing to do with the case being dropped either way this criminal case because nowhere okay so far trump soho is a story about defeating angry neighbors and fraud allegations that are eventually settled or dropped but still like that city official told jim there are a lot of questions about the developers of trump's oh ho knowing about one of these developers tells us a lot about how trump does business and who he does business with and it's where we get into robert muller territory after the break support for this npr podcast and the following message come from the ymca a nonprofit striving to provide places in programs that bring people together the why recognizes many teams do not have access to college in career planning mentors or safe spaces to gather the why offers programmes support and services to help fill that need learn more about the impact of your donation at ymca died met slash giving the uae for a better russ support also comes from square space get your unique domain and create a beautiful website using square spaces all in one platform an awardwinning templates heads the square space dot com for free trial and when you're ready to launch use the offer code imbed to save ten percent off your first purchase of a website or domain the future is coming make it brighter with square space.
"soho" Discussed on Embedded
"It's no spoiler to say trump soho was eventually completed a andrew berman and kelly and i are standing on the street in front of it and i feel like were even further away from so like at this point like this is even less soho than where we were as what are the many interesting wrinkles a vis vis is not soho it never was soho and you know like everything about the project in about a lot of trump's development it's really based on misrepresentation and you know hoodwinking the public so trump soho pretty easily wins the fight against the neighborhood groups and there's another thing you should know about trump so it was a kind of coming out for donald trump junior and avantgarde trump who were both in their twenties at the time they had both just started appearing on the apprentice when trump soho is first launched and they appeared in a lot of publicity for the project photos ever vonk over featured in an ad for trump soho that red possess your own soho and there was this appearance welcome to trump's cell how ivanka trump has replaced her high heels with construction boots on nightline she's been able to practice those negotiating skills of the new trump soho hotel condominium in downtown new york city at scott a very cool yawning downtown sensibility the project is but then a few years into the development of trump's ho ho there were problems.
"soho" Discussed on Embedded
"We give you look down the street would you see here is almost identical to what you would have seen a hundred years ago on a sort of lower manhattan immigrant neighborhood street prey just these brick you know four fivestorey buildings the fire escapes in big old went for a long time andrew berman says hudson square was one of those new york areas that really felt like a neighborhood then came two thousand six donald trump this announcement by donald trump on his reality tv show the apprentice project is in new york city's friend is neighborhood soho here it is located in the center of manhattan sheikh artist on fleur if the trump international hotel and tower soho is the site of my latest develop this fifty story building will be the first condominiumhotel of the city with worldclass accommodation the problem berman and the other preservation has had with the plans for trump soho was that it was so tall about 45 stories of gray glass you know a big sort of chard and the preservation as were also opposed to something else here's our colleague elina seljuk so there are a few things that immediately jump touted berman and one of them is this idea of a quote condominiumhotel which as you just heard trump announcing this project that's what they were calling it condominiumhotel and what condominiumhotel means is if you why one of these units you're basically buying a hotel room you're not buying an apartment.
"soho" Discussed on Embedded
"Talks about how the church was targeted by proslavery rioters of eighteen thirty four the people of spring street help fight the battle against injustice in there now the arrested were they whiteman belong so after years of wrangling the people from the spring street church burial vaults finally get the ceremony david pulled says they deserve and while all this was happening the developers at that lot they get what they wanted to they get a big new fortysix story building and they call it trump soho mm mm trump soho is now this massive tower where the spring street presbyterian church once stood and it has been in the news since almost it's very beginning and and now it is still very much in the news because of course the guy whose name is on the place as the president of the united states so today we're going to tell you some stories about trump soho because it helps us understand how donald trump does business and who he does business with there are a lot of twists and turns to this when so grab your handrails and hang on we've got angry neighbours at glitzy tv appearances a broken margarita glass mobsters stinger missiles a russia connection investors from iceland denials lawsuits and more lawsuits and there is one more reason trump salvo is important robert muller the us special council whose investigating possible ties between donald trump's campaign and russia during last year's election he reportedly has his sights on trump's soho too.
"soho" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It takes a couple of quakes if you'd rather do it online at wnycorg and to reinforce shimmy this point my own favorite reason to support wnyc is not even this show it is our local news department which believe me does not make money for the station it costs money yeah it does to have investigative reporters like the team that you mehta was just describing there is that other story that we made a lot of news with recently uh the one about the nonindictment by side vance after looking into and being recommended by some of his assistance to bring a case against that vodka trump and donald trump jr uh for lies that they told possible customers uh about the trump soho project down here in soho were just a couple of blocks from that site as turns out at wnyc but they dug into that that's made such big news everybody's had to react to it and it's kind of put side vance on the defensive as he runs for reelection in a different kind away so for all of the reasons that you listen to wnyc for all the things that on news department does that is so worthy of public support for all the things that you get throughout the week on wnyc and if you're listening right now you probably listened to a number of shows and have a sense of the stations overall meaning to you meaning to our region uh we asked for that tax deductible donation voluntary we can only hope that you.
"soho" Discussed on The United States of Anxiety
"The trump soho launches in the spring of two thousand six america's donald season finale of the apprentice located in the center of a gnat who seek artists on flurry of the trump international hotel and tower in so is the side of my latest develop ivanka and donald junior have just signed papers forming a company called donka soho member duncan for don jr plus ivanka since donka becomes part of the trump soho corporate structure who the trump children are taking a bigger role the apprentice my daughter ivanka she'll be working with may here's ivanka just 25 years old and two years out of the wharton school late upenn poised to take over a major manhattan building project for awhile things look good she's profiled by nightline welcome you trump's sell ivanka trump is replaced her high heels with construction boots but she still glamorous imanaka promotes the trumps ohio in a magazine add wearing a lowcut white dress the tagline possess your own so how she appears in a video for potential buyers never before us had there been a building that fit aesthetically within the downtown environment yet had the standard of operations one would expect when they're on the upper east side but if this was going to be a vodka and don jr is coming out they could not have picked a worse time the housing crisis is here terrorists today leading was on mortgage meltdown horace day of trading in near with all this going on the trump soho enlists a team of real estate brokers one of them rudy seeber is dispatched around the globe to chase potential high net worth buyers to russia venezuela colombia and italy.
"soho" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Dropped the evidence with he'll it remains under seal wnyc propublica and the new yorker have pieced together what happened speaking with twenty people with knowledge of this case donald trump and his businesses have been in court a lawn over four thousand times according to usa today the trump taj mahal was fined ten million dollars for money laundering but it's always civil court not at all trump nor his children have ever been charged with a crime that's important because this time they came close the trump soho launches miss spring of two thousand six america's donald trump and the season finale of the apprentice located in the centre of an artist on flurry of the trump international hotel and tower in soho is the site of my latest develop bangka and donald junior have just signed papers forming a company called dunker soho member duncan for don jr plus ivanka dunker becomes part of the trump soho corporate structure who the trump children are taking a bigger role the apprentice my daughter ivanka she'll be working with may here's ivanka 25 years old and two years out of the wouldn't school upenn poised to take over a major manhattan building project for awhile things look good she's profiled by nightline welcome to trump cell how ivanka trump is replaced her high heels with construction boots but she still glamorous imanaka promotes the trump so how in a magazine add wearing a lowcut white dress the tagline possess your own so how he appears in a video of her potential buyers never before us had there been a building that fit aesthetically within the downtown environment yet had the standard of operations one would expect when they're on the upper east side but if this was going to be ivanka and don jr is coming out they could not have picked a worse time the housing crisis is here ferriss today leading mortgage meltdown worst day of trading in near with all this go going on the trump soho enlists a team of real estate brokers one of them rudy seeber is dispatched around the globe to chased potential high net worth.
"soho" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Coaching business in soho senior on radio show well it looks like it's often in games you just turned on microphone in a in a video camera in gali live in worship there's a lot of production that goes on behind the scenes that you have to build the and and coordinate everything and so tapping into an existing radio show there are over one million radio programs them podcasts if you were to look online and start doing the research that you think beyond just your city in your demographic you think well my local radio station doesn't really do this type of the other really bring on gas in the type of a format but there are unnamed ton do what will above in in the tel next door licnen store or one above the woman in the street next door or what about the one if there's in the country in the country your rank and so as we start to connecting you start to think bigger than just right there in your little you small town running in denver i'm is not a small town but after why you start to kinda realize there's a lot of infiltration lotta people do anything business with each other and so you start to you start to brian now any start to expand your horizons in so connecting with those radio program there are millions there are some great resources are on online in fact we can post a couple of them the eu can actually connect with and at present present an author aimed to do two things audience air to these hosts abc news radio says because they're looking for content you're looking to spread your audience they're looking to expand their audience end it becomes a winwin for everybody well i i love this stubborn and with your permission will probably revisit this a couple of times throughout this program and continue our conversation on how you came expenditure your business in your brain and uh leverage the powers that be in order to do the angels either graver helping you get your business roy don't go anywhere he just got interesting we'll be back with after these messages this.
"soho" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Soho is particularly interesting trump was approached by two businessmen from russia both of whom had ties to some of the most corrupt oligarchs in russia and they again offered him the steel were will build a bunch of buildings including the trump soho you'll take a big chunk of the prophets you don't have to put up a dime all we want is your name he became very friendly with these guys and when case he went to one of their daughters weddings and and her son's bris in another case he was taken to a lot of business meetings with russians and kind of introduced rule out a russian investors at the center of this was a guy named feel big cedar felix sader ran the operation for these to a russian businessmen and he became very very friendly with trump he worked in trump tower he flew around with ivanka and donald junior by his own testimony popped in and out of trump's office all the time to discuss business deals he himself had family ties to milosevic his a father is apparently a mob boss from mcgill image he spent a year in prison felix sader for stabbing a guy in the face with a broken margarita glass in a bar fight and then was busted in though racketeering league got out by turning and former so this is the guy who's popping in and out of trump's office hanging out with him doing business with with him helping to build a trump tower trump in a deposition later said oh you barely remember the guy couldn't identify him if he was in the room but even after staters criminal act pass came to light he continued to be close to trump he was given a trump business card from the trump organization and apparently was involved in the michael flynn and braga leo helped draft a plan that was given to flynn to lift sanctions on russia so not only was doing business with trump it was influencing trump's policy once trump took office so eric meets all of these names in character some of them shady many of them criminals in and out of the picture here that that you've drawn for us over the ark of this tori how important is donald trump's credit his ability to borrow from.