'Hacker' 'God' Marius Milner plead the Fifth, declining to provide evidence
5/01/2012 @ 11:20AM |4,663 views
Wi-Spy Google Engineer Outed As 'Hacker' 'God' Marius Milner
During the investigation by the FCC, Milner plead the Fifth, declining to provide evidence that could be used against him. He also declined to talk to the NYTimes, referring them to his lawyer, who also had no comment.
Google flirts with what chairman Eric Schmidt once called 'the creepy line'
Posted: 05/28/2013 04:03:43 AM MDT
Updated: 05/28/2013 04:06:15 AM MDT
By Troy Wolverton, Columnist, San Jose Mercury News
Meanwhile, Android phones will now have the ability to detect whether users are walking, cycling or driving. And users will be able to set so-called geofences, which can send alerts when they arrive at or cross certain locations.
With these services, the company is providing a compelling, even cool service for consumers. But what's enabling it to do so is the detailed dossiers it's compiled on each of us. If this detailed information were being collected by a neighbor or the government, many of us would consider it disturbing or even dangerous.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
0.4.0 / April 2004
NetStumbler (also known as Network Stumbler) is a tool for Windows that facilitates detection of Wireless LANs using the 802.11b, 802.11a and 802.11g WLAN standards. It runs on Microsoft Windows operating systems from Windows 2000 to Windows XP. A trimmed-down version called MiniStumbler is available for the handheld Windows CE operating system.
The program is commonly used for:
Verifying network configurations
Finding locations with poor coverage in a WLAN
Detecting causes of wireless interference
Detecting unauthorized ("rogue") access points
Aiming directional antennas for long-haul WLAN links
No updated version has been developed since 2005.
May 1, 2012
by Robert McMillan
Google’s ‘Engineer Doe’ Known for Wi-Fi Hacking Tool
"Milner, a software engineer with Google since 2003, is well known within the wireless-hacking community, according to Brad Haines, an independent security consultant known as RenderMan who has spoken on wireless hacking."
How did you get away?
You were the pet falcon of an old woman.
Did you hear the falcon-drum?
You were a drunken songbird put in with owls.
Did you smell the odor of a garden?
You got tired of sour fermenting
and left the tavern.
You went like an arrow to the target
from the bow of time and place.
The man who stays at the cemetery pointed the way,
but you didn't go.
You became light and gave up wanting to be famous.
You don't worry about what you're going to eat,
so why buy an engraved belt?
I've heard of living at the center, but what about
leaving the center of the center?
Flying toward thankfulness, you become
the rare bird with one wing made of fear,
and one of hope. In autumn,
a rose crawling along the ground in the cold wind.
Rain on the roof runs down and out by the spout
as fast as it can.
Talking is pain. Lie down and rest,
now that you've found a friend to be with.