C0mrade, the hacker who has been trying to raise awareness of the vulnerabilities that impact airline, medical, military and bank systems, returns. He claims to have found security holes in the radio systems used in New York to coordinate buses, police cars and other ground vehicles.
Furthermore, he may have identified some flaws in Kuwait’s banking system.
“America is a subterfuge. We've given this country plenty of times to expedite but they remain misinformed. Agencies are confound and they [expletive] all over our burial sites. We aren't mystified, folks It takes one mistake to shatter your future,” the hacker said
He has published a number of vulnerabilities that can allegedly be used to “baffle radio frequencies”, for “denial of service attacks”, “radio outage”, “BFD control” and for “terrorizing frequencies.”
“The Nodes are switching off between NY, LA, and Phoenix. Furthermore, I had some icky software silently running in the background for a couple of days. I pulled some Data off the sequencers and satellites but I don't want to be a [expletive] and leak it all. Moreover, it was running off passwords that the Manufacturer had set by default,” he added.
C0mrade claims that the flaws he uncovered could be used to “change routines and jam radio frequencies” and to “impersonate an officer and give misinformation.”
As far as Kuwait’s banking system is concerned, the hacker informs that software vulnerability affects most of the websites that belong to the country’s financial institutions.
“I am not a gutless Terrorist who prays for the Downfall of this Planet and the desire for it to become a Wasteland and all that comes left of it is Billions of bodies piled up onto each other, burnt remains and destroyed buildings. With that being said, I have a sudden thirst for epistemology,” he explained
To prove his findings, C0mrade has leaked a database containing the details of around 3,000 customers (sensitive information is redacted) and transaction logs.