Index du Forum -> Cours -> Moncler Prezzi xaydi3yp

Poster un nouveau sujet   Répondre au sujet
Voir le sujet précédent :: Voir le sujet suivant  
Auteur Message

Inscrit le: 27 Sep 2011
Messages: 7915
Localisation: England

MessagePosté le: Ven Nov 22, 2013 3:09 am    Sujet du message: Moncler Prezzi xaydi3yp Répondre en citant

{Russia may spy on Olympic athletes,[url=]Moncler Prezzi[/url], visitors}
Cloud Security IT Business IT Government IT Expertise Opinion IT Jobs You are here: Home IT Pro Security IT Article Russia may spy on Olympic athletes, visitors Date October 8, 2013 (29) Comments 6 Read later Zoom in on this story. Explore all there is to know. Labor ALP Australia Australian Tweet Pin It submit to reddit Email article Print Russian President Vladimir Putin holds the Olympic flame in Moscow. Photo: AFP Russia has installed an all-encompassing surveillance system at the site of next year's Winter Olympic Games in Sochi that will allow security services to listen in on athletes and visitors, according to security analysts.The surveillance system,[url=]Piumini Moncler[/url], known as SORM,[url=]moncler bambino[/url], was first developed by the Soviet-era KGB, predecessor of the FSB special services, in the mid-1980s. It has been updated in recent years to keep tabs on the Russian opposition,[url=]Moncler Coats[/url], among other things,[url=]moncler sito ufficiale[/url], said prominent security analyst Andrei Soldatov.SORM will give Russian security services free access to all phone and internet communications at the Winter Olympics in February without the providers' knowledge, according to research by Soldatov and his colleague Irina Borogan.Telcos are required to pay for the SORM equipment and its installation, but law enforcement agencies will be able to wiretap without having to show providers court orders allowing the eavesdropping, the analysts said. Advertisement "Operators do not know what and when the FSB is monitoring," said Soldatov, who collaborated on the project with Citizen Lab, a research centre at the University of Toronto and UK-based charity Privacy International.Citing research based on documents published by the Russian government procurement agency and other state records, analysts said the authorities have been installing the surveillance devices in the Black Sea resort of Sochi over the past few years.Russia has pulled out all the stops to get the region ready for the Games, spending more than $US50 billion ($53 billion) in state and corporate money on infrastructure improvements."There is a promise that visitors will have access to the fastest Wi-Fi networks in Olympic history, for free," the researchers said on their at the same time, analysts said, national telco Rostelecom is installing deep packet inspection (DPI)systems on all its mobile networks,[url=]Moncler Sale[/url], technology that will allow the FSB not only to monitor all traffic but also to filter it.Overseeing security in Sochi, which is close to the volatile North Caucasus region, is deputy FSB chief Oleg Syromolotov, who has spent his entire career chasing foreign spies.While many Olympic host countries take steps to monitor communications for security reasons, Russia has taken surveillance to a new level, said Soldatov,[url=]Canada Goose coats[/url], adding the government will also deploy drones and sonars to detect submarines."The most unique feature of this system is its totality,[url=]canada goose jackets[/url]," said Soldatov, adding he was astonished to learn that the defence ministry bought the technology especially for the Olympic Games.Elements of the system were also used during the Universiade world student games Russia hosted this summer in the Volga city of Kazan, he said.Russian President Vladimir Putin is a former KGB agent, and during his 13-year rule security services have dramatically raised their profile in the country.Russia and glass housesOpposition leaders have complained in recent years that their communications are monitored by security services, and transcripts of their phone calls have repeatedly appeared in the media close to the Kremlin."During Soviet times they listened in on phone calls–now everything has been taken to a different technology level,[url=]Moncler Outlet[/url]," said independent security analyst Pavel Felgenhauer.In Russia, "you should not forget that you live in a glass house".Last week, FSB representative Alexei Lavrishchev said unprecedented security measures in Sochi were designed to ensure the success of the games.The Russian authorities have recently come under pressure over a controversial anti-gay law, with activists calling for a boycott of the games.On Monday,[url=]Canada Goose Jakke[/url], Russia started a torch relay that will take the flame on a more than 65,000 kilometre journey across the country.AFPFollow IT Pro on Twitter

[url=]Piumini Moncler a2kuhgdb[/url]

[url=]Cheap NFL Jerseys 1qftimui[/url]

[url=]moncler sito ufficiale 3mugu3[/url]
People watching the forthcoming beginning of the German half of the inhabitants of Berlin are no interested in co-optation
Revenir en haut de page
Voir le profil de l'utilisateur Envoyer un message privé
Montrer les messages depuis:   
Poster un nouveau sujet   Répondre au sujet Index du Forum -> Cours
Page 1 sur 1

Sauter vers:  
Vous ne pouvez pas poster de nouveaux sujets dans ce forum
Vous ne pouvez pas répondre aux sujets dans ce forum
Vous ne pouvez pas éditer vos messages dans ce forum
Vous ne pouvez pas supprimer vos messages dans ce forum
Vous ne pouvez pas voter dans les sondages de ce forum

Contactez-nous !

Recopiez le mot badminton ici :

Votre nom (ou Pseudo) :

Votre adresse mail :

Votre message :


A propos de ce site...

Badminton-web est développé et maintenu par, 1 rue Suffren à Nantes (RCS Nantes B 498 013 432).
Il est hébergé par Celeonet.

L'ensemble du présent site : rédactionnel, éléments graphiques, ergonomie générale et tout autre composante, est déposé et protégé par un copyright. Aucune copie n'est autorisée a priori.

Les demandes d'échanges sont toutefois bienvenues. Pour ce faire, utilisez le formulaire ci à gauche.

Qui sommes-nous ?

Khazâd, c'est mon pseudo, et je suis votre interlocuteur principal sur Passionné de web, je suis entouré par une fine équipe de collaborateurs tous aussi passionnés que moi.

Lydia, rédactrice on-line, transforme nos contributions "sms" en vrai bon français.
GG est le roi du forum, qu'il anime,
Fred est aux p'tits soins pour les bad-conseils,
Badidonk est notre partenaire qui alimente l'agenda du Badminton,
Patrice, Julien et l'équipe de +2bad vous proposent régulièrement leurs articles.

Et puis vous, chers lecteurs, qui contribuez chacun à votre mesure à la richesse, à la pertinence et à la convivialité qui fait l'âme de ce site qui est le vôtre !