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Bibi1581 Blog For 08/26/2018: Morning Edition

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1…………> Antifa Punks Arrested: Philly


Black-masked Antifa hoodlums attacked a large crowd of pro-police demonstrators. Riot-clad officers arrested sixteen people following a melee on the street.  





2…………> Drums Of War: Israel


“The Golani Brigade conducted a wide-ranging exercise this week involving combat simulations on the northern front,” Israel’s army spokesman Avichay Adraee said in a statement regarding a week-long military drill involving simulated combat scenarios along its borders with Lebanon and Syria.

The maneuvers come as part of a series of military drills aimed at bolstering the army’s overall combat-readiness that had simulated combat situations involving Lebanon’s Hezbollah group, with which Israel fought a major conflict in 2006.

The Israeli army frequently conducts drills near the borders of Lebanon, Syria and the Hamas-run Gaza Strip.  





3…………> Cyber Crime: The Road To Prison


Turning virtual cash into real money without being caught is a big problem for successful cyber-criminals, requiring creative thinking when “cashing out” or laundering the money they have stolen, according to a security experts.

Ziv Mador, head of security research at Trustwave SpiderLabs told the BBC that credit card thieves have limited time to profit, because at some point the victim will put a stop on their card. Tens of thousands of stolen card numbers are traded daily on the underground markets that Mr. Zador and his colleague’s monitor, with details taken from compromised websites or databases.

“They can try to sell the card, which is not big money because they only get a few dollars for each one, they do not buy 100 or so iPhones at once,” he said.

“They use a lot of different cards at different times,” forcing the crooks to use randomization tools to thwart anti-fraud systems that would spot if all the purchases, even those made with different cards, are being done on the same computer. (BBC)





 4…………>Aegean Tension: the US vs. Greece


Greek media have reported that Washington has stepped up its military activities in the Aegean Sea, which they claimed is turning into a US training ground. NATO has handed Athens a list of 50 “suspicious vessels” it accuses of conducting reconnaissance missions in the Aegean Sea near the coast of Greece.

“The vessels include fishing, sailing and leisure ships which are sailing across the Aegean Sea to gather information. Apart from Greek military facilities and activities, they are also interested in the movement of Americans, which is currently gathering pace in Greek territory,” the Real reported.  






5…………> A Week In US Air Force: Photo Gallery


F-16C Fighting Falcons from the New Jersey National Guard’s 177th Fighter Wing fly overhead during the Thunder over the Boardwalk Air Show in Atlantic City, N.J., Aug. 22, 2018. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Matt Hecht)


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