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Monday, 18 March 2019

LATEST GARY MCKINNON INTERVIEW FOR YEARS - R. DOLAN + "Most Dangerous Hacker Ever - list of Top 10 hackers" + archive


Richard Dolan
Published on 13 Mar 2019
GARY McKINNON'S FIRST INTERVIEW IN YEARS. UK citizen Gary McKinnon is the most famous UFO "hacker" of all time. Arrested in 2002, he was in danger of extradition to the US for ten years. What he found was apparent evidence of a secret space program, including references to "non-terrestrial officers" and ship to ship transfers of vessels not in the U.S. military inventory. Moreover, a high-resolution photograph, taken from space, of a smooth, cigar-shaped craft. Gary also talks about the repercussions of being sought by the U.S. government, his depression, suicidal thoughts, and more

Scots computer whizz Gary McKinnon named most dangerous hacker ever by activist group Anonymous

ANTI-ESTABLISHMENT organisation release top-10 list of hacking heroes and McKinnon is main man after breaking into 97 Pentagon and Nasa computers.
Gary McKinnon has been named most dangerous hacker of all time by activist group Anonymous, inset
Gary McKinnon has been named most dangerous hacker of all time by activist group Anonymous, inset
A SCOT has been called the most dangerous hacker of all time by activist group Anonymous.
IT whizz Gary McKinnon, who has Asperger’s, broke into 97 Pentagon and Nasa computers – stealing passwords, deleting files and shutting down networks on military bases.
He later accused America of hiding a fleet of warships in space.
And Anonymous yesterday labelled McKinnon the best-ever “black hat” hacker – the term used to describe hackers who indulge in malicious or illegal activity.
Anonymous, who have released a top 10 of the best-ever hackers, wrote: “Although sufferers of Asperger’s tend to have difficulty in social situations, they have usually proven to be outright geniuses in one particular subject. For Gary? It is computers.
“In 2002 he made a strange message appear on US army computer screens. It read: ‘Your security system is crap, I am Solo. I will continue to disrupt at the highest levels.’”
Glasgow-born McKinnon, 49, claims there are eight to 10 American ships in orbit manned by a 25-strong crew dubbed “non-terrestrial officers”. He said the craft are named USS – like the Enterprise from Star Trek.
He faced trial in the US and up to 70 years in jail if convicted but Home Secretary Theresa May blocked his extradition under human rights laws amid fears he’d kill himself.
Among others on the list was Kevin Poulsen, known as the “Hannibal Lecter of computer crime”, who exposed more than 740 sex offenders.

The Anonymous list

1. Gary McKinnon

McKinnon has been accused of executing the largest hack of US government computer networks in history. The systems involved were army, navy, air force and Nasa. When all was investigated, Gary faced charges for illegally accessing 97 US government computers causing a total of over £500,000 in damage.

2. Jonathan James

At 16, James was the first juvenile imprisoned in the USA for cyber crime. With an amazing talent for hacking, he successfully broke into high security systems such as Nasa and the department of defence aged just 15 and stole more than £1.1million of software. He also hacked into the Defence Threat Reduction Agency and intercepted more than 3000 internal messages while collecting usernames and passwords.

3. George Hotz

The acclaimed “jailbreak artist”. Hotz will forever be connected with the April 2011 PlayStation breach. Being one of the first hackers to ever “jailbreak” the PlayStation 3 – breaking through parameters and limitations of the machine established by the manufacturer – was bad enough. But releasing his breaking methods to the general public just made his world a total mess.

4. Adrian Lamo

The “homeless hacker”. This gentleman used everything from libraries to coffee shops to avoid getting caught. Breaking into high-profile networks such as The New York Times, Microsoft, Yahoo and MCI Worldcom was his claim to fame.

5. David Smith

We owe our thanks to Smith for creating and distributing the infamous “Melissa” virus. Remember her? Although Smith claims that the virus was never meant to do harm, it overloaded systems and servers around the world.

6. Michael Calce

In February of 2000, Calce launched attacks against large commercial websites including Yahoo, Amazon, Dell, eBay and CNN. Caught and convicted in Montreal’s youth court, he was sentenced to eight months in an open custody programme with one year of probation and restricted internet use.
7. Robert Tappan Morris
On November 2, 1988, Morris released a “worm” that took down 10 per cent of the internet, crippling 6000 computer systems. Doesn’t seem like much but, remember, this is 1988 when Atari was the “go-to” gaming system. But his downfall was that he had been talking about his “worm” for months before releasing it.

8. Vladimir Levin

Levin succeeded in transferring £6.7million from the accounts of Citibank clients into his own personal accounts. Only £270,000 of the cash was recovered.

9. Albert Gonzales

Accused of the biggest ATM and credit card theft in history. Between 2005 and 2007, Gonzales and his group had allegedly sold more than 170million credit and ATM card numbers.

10. Kevin Poulsen.

Branded the “Hannibal Lecter of computer crime” in the 80s by Los Angeles police for hacking the telephone lines of radio station KIIS-FM to secure himself as the 102nd caller to win a new Porsche 944. Poulsen was caught by the FBI in 1991 and pled guilty to counts of mail, wire and computer fraud and also exposing info on a covert business run by the FBI. He was given 51 months in prison (then the longest sentence ever given for hacking).

Wednesday, 17 October 2012



Published on 16 Oct 2012

Gary McKinnon will not be extradited to US, Theresa May announces Mother of British hacker thanks 'brave' home secretary for withdrawing extradition order on human rights grounds The Guardian, Tuesday 16 October 2012 19.53 BST

The home secretary, Theresa May, withdraws an extradition order to the United States for computer hacker Gary McKinnon Link to this video The home secretary, Theresa May, defied the American authorities on Tuesday by halting the extradition of British computer hacker Gary McKinnon, a decision criticised by the US state department but welcomed with delight by campaigners and politicians across parties in the UK. In a dramatic House of Commons statement, May told MPs she had taken the quasi-judicial decision on human rights grounds because of medical reports warning that McKinnon, 46, who has Asperger's syndrome and suffers from depressive illness, could kill himself if sent to stand trial in the US. The irony that May's most popular decision as home secretary was taken because of the Human Rights Act, which she has pledged to scrap, was not lost on her critics. But in a promised overhaul of the extradition laws that accompanied the decision, May indicated that future home secretaries would be stripped of the very power that she had used to save the computer hacker. McKinnon's mother, Janis Sharp, said May had been "incredibly brave" to "stand up" to the Americans. She said she was overwhelmed after the "emotional rollercoaster" the family had been through in the past 10 years." McKinnon, from Wood Green, north London, could not speak when he first heard the decision but then cried and hugged his mother. "He felt like he was a dead person," Sharp said. "He had no job, he didn't go on holiday ... he felt worthless ... Thank you, Theresa May, from the bottom of my heart -- I always knew you had the strength and courage to do the right thing." McKinnon's MP, David Burrowes, who had threatened to resign from the government if the extradition went ahead, said May had saved McKinnon's life: "Today is a victory for compassion and the keeping of pre-election promises." McKinnon was first indicted by an American grand jury in November 2002 for hacking into US military computers, including the Pentagon and Nasa, from his north London bedroom while he was looking for UFOs. He could have faced a prison sentence of up 70 years under US law. The extradition order against McKinnon has been withdrawn and it will now be for the director of public prosecutions to decide whether he should be prosecuted in Britain. A spokeswoman for the state department, Victoria Nuland, said: "The United States is disappointed by the decision to deny Gary McKinnon's extradition to face long overdue justice in the United States. We are examining the details of the decision."