October 2nd, 2012
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Current negotiations are threatening toÂ bring downÂ the US triple-A credit rating by Moodyâ€™s Investors Service because of the national debt that has not been resolved. Federal debt has not been stabilized and the international rating will be down-graded.
Last year, Standard & Poorâ€™s gave the US government a lowered rating on the heels of Congress failing to agree on a long-term reduction of spending.
The US Treasury has recentlyÂ soldÂ an estimated 553.8 million shares of AIG stock. The mega-banks (the tentacles of the central banking cartels) are under a 30-day option to purchase 83.1 million shares in order to lower the US stake in the debacle.
Timothy Geithner, US Secretary of the US Treasury,Â justifiedÂ the AIG bailout as â€śsomething the government should never have had to do, but we had no better option at the time to protect the American economy from the damage that would have been caused by the companyâ€™s collapse.â€ť
The smartphone connecting to our bank accounts and conducting remote online banking isÂ utilizedÂ by an estimated 29% of US mobile phone users.
Although those invested in keeping the online banking revolution alive areÂ reassuringÂ the general public that it is safe, malware software is rampant throughout the internet and used by fake hacker groups to justify stricter restraints on our digital freedoms. The smartphone banking apps are not different.
Earlier this year, the CIA-sponsored hacker group AnonymousÂ breachedÂ security systems for VISA and MASTERCARD. These two corporations alerted other banking institutions across the US that there was a â€śmassive breachâ€ť within the financial sector.
In October of 2011, the fake hacker groupÂ apparentlyÂ took control over Bank of America (BoA), one of the oldest central banking cartel funded banks. Lately, BoA was used to funnel funds to known drug cartels in Mexico under theÂ Fast and FuriousÂ scandal.
In January of this year, Trusteer, the Israeli-based security firm, discovered a banking virus that will steal funds from customers and cover its tracks in the process. This new creation from the SpyEye Trojan will â€śswap out banking Web pages . . . preventing customers from realizing that their money is gone.â€ť
This Trojan waits patiently for the user to visit their online banking site, copies their login and password, then divulges the personal data surveyed; such as debit/credit card information.
When the user inputs their credit/debit card information in to conduct a purchase, the Trojan will swap web pages and siphon out the funds. According to Truseeter, this is a â€śpost transaction attackâ€ť.
The cover-up ability of this Trojan is remarkable. It will edit balance amounts, line by line transactions, and all activity that would trigger suspicion by the owner of the account.
In 2011, SpyEye TrojanÂ attackedÂ Android mobile online banking by siphoning out data from the customer to be used by the hacker. SpyEye also changes while circumventingÂ mobile SMSÂ which is a security measure taken by banks when a customer is conducting online account transactions to certify that the correct user is conducting the business.
SpyEye wasÂ victimizingÂ Verizon customers with fake billing pages that require the customer to log in which reveals personal financial data to the virus concerning the user. This Trojan can deter anti-virus software, jumping over firewalls and sit undetected between the browser and the computer redirecting the user to pages without ever being caught.
Within the last month, the Kapersky LabÂ uncovered a cousinÂ to the Flame and Stuxnet viruses (which the Zionist-controlled US and Israeli governments have been using to terrorize Middle Eastern nations) that will siphon out money from a bank account while also tracking the userâ€™s name, log-in and passwords, social networking activity, banking transactions and data mine while collecting the information to be redistributed to the creator of the virus when activated to do so with digital commands.
Because of theÂ global fiat currency implosionÂ that begun in 2008, the banking cartels have been propping up the American financial system to stave off a complete monetary collapse in the US. However it has always been their intention to bring down the monetary system in America.
Ironically, Gauss may be the mode in which they are able to carry this out.