November 12, 2010 on 4:12 am

A 19 years old Colton Tooley math major got dressed up in a suit and ski mask and fired off several rounds from AK 47 rifle today. Sending the campus of University of Texas at Austin into a lockdown.

Colton Tooley was seen running through the campus this morning as classes started and started shooting rounds into the air. Police told ABCNews.com that the investigation had moved off campus to a “house associates with the shooting. He was a sophomore math major at UT, concentrating in actuarial sciences. Public records indicate that Tooley lived in South Austin about 10 miles away from the university. Calls made to a number at that address were unanswered but recorded answering machine message identified Tooley as a resident. Campus lockdown was lifted in noon as police ended the search for the second suspect.

Police man confirmed that Tooley has taken his own life in the on the sixth floor of the library. Students were still cautioned stay in place do not return to campus. If you are of campus “Stay Away” and if you are in campus lock the doors do not leave your building.

This is not the first time that an event like this has happened in the Unites States. It is very serious matter a student or a person comes into the University campus and start shooting with AK47. Everybody present in the University had an escape. As the gunman does not target particular person he keep on shooting without thinking anything whom  ever he finds he shoots them.  Government should take this matter seriously keeping in mind security of the people in United States. Acquiring AK47 or any rifle should be banned. Who ever wants the rifles should be scrutinized by the Police Department. Also security at the campus should be strong and tight so these things do not happen often. University should install hidden cameras almost every where and should have a TV room and a staff watching the events captured by cameras. So such bad events won’t take place and culprit may be arrested before he is in action.

Detail story from the http://abcnews.go.com/US/shots-fired-university-texas-austin-cops-hunt-gunman/story?id=11744405

October 18, 2010 on 10:01 pm

A 19 years old Colton Tooley math major got dressed him in a suit and ski mask and fired off several rounds from AK 47 rifle today. Sending the campus of University of Texas at Austin into a lockdown.

Colton Tooley was seen running through the campus this morning as classes started and started shooting rounds into the air. Police told ABCNews.com that the investigation had moved off campus to a “house associates with the shooting. He was a sophomore math major at UT, concentrating in actuarial sciences. Public records indicate that Tooley lived in South Austin about 10 miles away from the university. Calls made to a number at that address were unanswered but recorded answering machine message identified Tooley as a resident. Campus lockdown was lifted in noon as police ended the search for the second suspect.

Police man confirmed that Tooley has taken his own life in the on the sixth floor of the library. Students were still cautioned stay in place do not return to campus. If you are of campus “Stay Away” and if you are in campus lock the doors do not leave your building.

This is not the first time that an event like this has happened in the Unites States. It is very serious matter a student or a person comes into the University campus and start shooting with AK47. Everybody present in the University had an escape. As the gunman does not target particular person he keep on shooting without thinking anything whom  ever he finds he shoots them.  Government should take this matter seriously keeping in mind security of the people in United States. Acquiring AK47 or any rifle should be banned. Who ever wants the rifles should be scrutinized by the Police Department. Also security at the campus should be strong and tight so these things do not happen often. University should install hidden cameras almost every where and should have a TV room and a staff watching the events captured by cameras. So such bad events won’t take place and culprit may be arrested before he is in action.

October 11, 2010 on 9:34 pm

The Russian arms researcher released from prison in a Cold War style spy swap has mixed feeling about the deal saying more of his colleagues had been freed.

He is Igor Sutyagin struggling to adjust to life in Britain as he was behind bars for 11 years. He had signed the confession that set the exchange into motion. He says he wished more people who have been arrested for the same reason should have been released.

Sutyagin, 45, was one of four Russians released in a dramatic exchange that followed the arrest of 10 deep-cover Russian agents operating in the United States. Sutyagin has said his signature was a part of “a very clear deal: honor for freedom.” He described the torment of being prisoner and the pain it had put its family through. He said he felt as if my relatives were somehow imprisoned with me and said he did not want to put other families through same pain. Sutyagin describes his arrest as some men from the security service showed up at his door saying they wanted to have a conversation. The conversation lasted for 10 years 8 months. Sutyagin, who worked for a British company known as Alternative Futures, was convicted in April 2004 following a series of trials which his defense lawyers claimed were marred by prosecutorial misconduct. Held at a series of facilities in the Ural Mountains region before being transferred to a maximum-security prison in the far northern city of Archangelsk.

He compared his predicament to a swimmer trapped under a sheet of ice, searching desperately for a hole through which to breathe.

That hole would be the old Russia which I left long ago.

September 27, 2010 on 1:10 am

Your phone is providing information about your whereabouts without your knowledge.

Do you know that cell phones you use do more things than daily stuff like calls, surf the internet, sending emails, photos, videos etc. Now a day all smart phones come with a built in program which keeps track of you wherever you go. Cell phones constantly send signals about your location, it does this by pinging nearby cell-phone towers every few seconds so that it can send receive calls, what it in turn does is telling company owning the tower your current location at that time.

Smart phones having GPS provide more accurate data which can pinpoint exact location of yours to an accuracy of few meters. In the name of improving services, Federal communications Commission by 2012 has set a benchmark for all phone companies to provide as close information about caller’s location.

 About 90% of Americans are using phone devices having tracking system and they have very little clue of this.

 This data tracked and collected is extremely useful for law enforcement to prove that suspect was new crime scene or not where he claimed to be. Some people feel this as a breach of privacy thus has raised their voice to enforce a rule so that government will need a warrant to get access to the tracked data.

September 15, 2010 on 8:00 pm

Anna Chapman, the redheaded Russian is enjoying popularity she is getting since she returned home to Russia. The 28 year girl was identified as an agent of the Russian federation. US authorities deported her to her home land as a spy swap since the cold war era. US government has done this as a conditional release with a note that she won’t be selling her story. Even then there are film producers, modeling agencies; book publications offering best deals to get this story out or ride on her popularity.

The way her publicity is being done people in Russia have started disliking United States.

Recently Chapman has done modeling for the men’s magazine in Russia. She wants to host her web site as she wants to cash on her popularity in Russia. Her home town wants to put one more feather in her cap by giving her honorary citizen reward.

There is news via local media that she may run for the office next year as she is being popular it will help her campaign. Can say following steps of Prime Minister Vladimir Putin a famous former spy. And also of her father who was high up in the rank of KJB (an agent in old Russia.)

September 9, 2010 on 1:07 am

Very often we read about passwords we use for maintaining security should be strong typed; case sensitive, alphanumeric with special characters in order to protect security. We should often reset passwords periodically to keep security intact.

But the fact is this does not keep us secured and there is always a threat that someone might get in by hacking passwords we think are secured! There are viruses which on your system can copy software which can keep track of every key that you type and send that information without knowledge to remote location, these software are typically called keylogger which are type of malicious software.

It is very hard to detect keylogger malware on your own, and even harder to remove it. A spyware removal product also works as an anti spyware product to keep malware off your computer in the future, and you can also schedule scans in the future to make sure new keyloggers do not get through.

The program that works the best to  detect keyloggers malware is the Spy Shelter Anti-keylogger Software.

Spy Store Pro has a variety of computer monitoring software and anti keyloggers.  Please visit www.spystorepro.com for more information.

April 22, 2010 on 10:59 pm

At what point does simple spy equipment become unconstitutional? One school decided to take administrative matters a bit too far by handing out school issue laptops with a background process intended to activate the laptop’s internal webcam and broadcast photos of the student at home to the school administration. At one point in history this was not illegal, but these days it is called voyeurism and is not only illegal, but extremely immoral and frowned upon.

The moral of the story here is that while we have access to wireless hidden cameras, spy cameras, and high tech DVR equipment, we need to use common sense and stay within the law. Also try to remember that while some things we do with these hidden cameras may not be illegal, they can be immoral which can lead to the same problems. Always make sure you ask permission or that you are inside the law when you install a camera somewhere. It might seem troublesome, but it will take you a long way and help you to avoid trouble. There are many different spying methods out there, and they can help us just as much as they can hurt us. The choice is yours.

You may want to check out the video HERE

April 7, 2010 on 10:00 pm

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