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Pelosi Refused to Hand Over Communications Surrounding Jan. 6, Democrats Destroyed Evidence from Jan. 6 Committee, Refused to Call in National Guard, and Pelosi Hired Camera Crew to Follow Her That Day | The Gateway Pundit

Nancy Pelosi and her personal camera crew ready for filming on Jan. 6. On Sunday President Donald Trump sat for an interview with Kristen Welker from NBC’s Meet the Press.…

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has issued a new warning about cybercriminals who are exploiting the use of beta-testing apps to steal critical personal data from users. Beta-testing apps are services that allow app developers to test mobile apps before they are officially released. However, beta-testing apps are usually not subjected to the review processes of a mobile operating system. In a public service announcement released this August, the FBI warned that cybercriminals are “embedding malicious code in mobile beta-testing applications” to defraud their potential victims. The agency also warned that cybercriminals will often try phishing or romance scams to establish communications with the victim. After gaining their trust, the victims will be instructed to download a mobile beta-testing app hidden within a mobile beta-testing app environment, “promising incentives such as large financial payouts.” Malicious apps allow hackers to steal personal info Here are some potential red flags of a malicious app: Smartphone slows down when processing a request Faster-draining mobile battery The installation of unauthorized apps without the owner’s knowledge Exposure to persistent pop-up ads According to the FBI, these malicious apps allow hackers to steal personally identifiable information. The apps can also be used to access the financial accounts of victims and to take over their devices. The apps may look legitimate because hackers will use names, images or descriptions similar to popular apps. The agency advised users to always check app developer and customer reviews before downloading any app. Users were also warned to restrict app permissions and uninstall apps they’re no longer using. Other malicious apps may request access to permissions that don’t have anything to do with its stated functionality. For example, if an app description has spelling and grammatical errors or provides vague, generic information while details of functionality are missing, the FBI warned that people could be trying to download a malicious app. The FBI said it is already aware of various fraud schemes where unidentified cyber-criminals contact victims on dating and networking apps and instruct them to download mobile beta-testing apps, such as cryptocurrency exchanges, that “enable theft.” Because they believe they are talking to a real person, the victims will enter their legitimate account details into the app. Next, they will be sending money they think will be invested in cryptocurrency, but instead, the victim’s funds are sent to the cyber-criminals instead. The FBI warned that if smartphone users were to download a fraudulent app that is being advertised as a legitimate crypto investment app, they may end up losing money through fake investments. Additionally, it warned people to avoid sending payment to anyone with whom they have only spoken online, even if it seems like they “have established a relationship with the individual.” The agency advised users to also avoid opening an email, email attachment or message if they seem suspicious even if the installed antivirus software claims that they are safe to open. People should also be careful of unsolicited attachments, even when they come from known individuals, warned the FBI. The agency told users not to download or use suspicious-looking apps as a tool for investing unless they can “verify the legitimacy of the app.” Users were also told to be aware of a sense of urgency or threats, such as an email or notification warning them that “your account will be closed” if they don’t comply or a message telling them that they must “act now.” (Related: More than 376M SCAM messages sent daily to steal money, clone voices of Americans.) Visit CyberWar.news for more articles about different scams and cybercrimes. Watch this video about the employee and patient information exposed in the Norton Healthcare data breach. This video is from the InfoWarSSideBand channel on Brighteon.com. More related stories: AI can STEAL your PASSWORDS with frightening accuracy just by listening to you type. National Crime Agency: Car hacking tech linked to sudden increase in vehicle thefts in the UK. LAZARUS HEIST: The international ATM theft that bagged $14M in just over 2 hours. Sources include: TheEpochTimes.com TheRegister.com Brighteon.com

Beta-testing, crypto-romance and more: FBI warns internet users about app-hacking techniques The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has issued a new warning about cybercriminals who are exploiting the use of beta-testing apps…

As of August 22, at least 1,100 people are still missing and 115 bodies have been found but only 27 have been identified following the deadliest wildfire in the United States in over a century. The said blaze took place in the used-to-be picturesque tourist town of Lahaina, home to 12,000 people. The massive number of deaths and total damages left by the “inferno” are being blamed on many incompetencies of the local government of Maui and a possible staged or geoengineered conflagration. “Health Ranger Report” podcast host Mike Adams, in a recent episode, questioned many coincidences on the “government-sponsored terrorism against the people of Hawaii.” “Why were they denied a water supply? Why were they denied the emergency sirens? Why were the children told to go home when the fires were approaching? Why was the fire department called off?” he wondered. This obviously engineered “event’s” aftermath even shocked responders, who found some families huddled together with their children burned alive. Adams blamed the government’s actions, “which many of us believe were deliberate.” He also linked this to the possible giant land grab taking place in Lahaina. According to reports, Hawaii Governor Josh Green warned developers from the U.S. and the rest of the world not to buy up the lands burned by the catastrophic wildfires because the state government is considering acquiring them for the locals so it’s not “stolen by people on the mainland.” “I’m already thinking of ways for the state to acquire that land so that we can put it into workforce housing, to put it back into families, or make it open spaces in perpetuity as a memorial to the people who were lost,” Green claimed. But the people doubt the “innocent” intentions. (Related: LAND GRAB: Hawaii government to confiscate lands burned by deadly Maui wildfires.) For the show’s guest, bioterrorism and weapons of mass destruction expert Steve Quayle, what happened to Hawaii is a full-court press of the globalist Luciferians bent on destroying humanity. “I have never seen such a heartless display of incompetence, almost to the point of everybody’s looking at the other guy to give a better lie than the guy that gave a lie before. [The victims] are our fellow humans and countrymen. And again, it’s a democratic-controlled governor and local hierarchy,” the renowned author noted. Elsewhere in the show, Adams stressed how globalist officials can actually “cause” disasters in many other ways just to carry out their hidden agenda. “They can cause an electrical failure, floods, and droughts and even move weather systems around. Or they can cause riots. It’s just one emergency after another, just engineered one after another. No one is safe right now,” the Natural News and Brighteon founder said. Quayle agreed saying that, that is the key statement: No one is safe. “The idea of safety is fleeing away,” he warned, citing a cyclone hurricane coming onto the West Coast as an example. “But what people are seeing as the controlled narrative – false – of human-initiated climate change is absolutely at the hands of the man using some of the highest technology that exists. There is no natural weather only manipulated weather.” Communication is key In disasters like the one that just happened in Lahaina, Adams and Quayle agreed that communication is key, and it is not “mainstream” communication. “People need to understand that when a controlled action against American people occurs to destroy them, [authorities] always take normal communications offline. They take them down,” Quayle said. “If you control the narrative, you only show images you want the public to see. So, there is a necessity for emergency communications and power.” He further pointed out the significance of being able to connect to the people in a family sphere to update them on your safety and status. Adams lauded his other guest, Tina of SAT123.com, the satellite phone store, for the help it is currently providing Lahaina. According to the sat phone store representative, they got about 30 satellite phones donated in Maui. “People are out there working day and night, looking and trying to rescue people. On the island, people rely on cell sites and landlines and both are down. So, the only communication in the affected areas are satellite phones,” she said, adding that they are encouraging at least a person in a community to have a satellite phone to call out to get help or to call friends and family. She also added that satellite phones are best to use if one does not want to be listened in on because the lines are secured. Check out GeoEngineering.news for more stories related to climate manipulation and weaponization. Watch the full episode of the “Health Ranger Report” with Mike Adams featuring Steve Quayle below. This video is from the Health Ranger Report channel on Brighteon.com. Sources for this article include: Brighteon.com BeckerNews.com

Steve Quayle and Mike Adams warn of widespread geoengineering that just took place in Maui: “No one is safe!” As of August 22, at least 1,100 people are still missing…

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