Since ancient times, humans have appreciated the treasure of wildlife, the beauty of flowers, the harmony of the oceans, and the power of playing with fire. More than just spectacles, these are priceless treasures that we should protect forever. Certainly, we should take care of them before they are gone forever.
Human beings have somehow been able to think and act far beyond their own individual capacity to the very limits of the Earth’s capacity to provide. We have even been able to imagine better worlds; we have gone to the Moon and to Mars; we have invented the wheel and internal combustion engines; we have planted miles of vegetables and forests in the tropics, built cities with multistory buildings in Siberia, and used the Earth’s own resources to construct skyscrapers.
Many wonderful people have gone before us. People like Gilberto and Alberto in Costa Rica, whose success story I heard yesterday. How did they do it? I am sure they prayed, they worked hard to understand nature’s laws, and they continued to want and create new ideas. These people impressed me a lot and I am looking forward to meeting them someday.
I think about the Amanor, an endangered species of parrot that Henry James was so kind to describe in The Wings of the Dove – “I am happy to know that a conscious mind lives in such a body.” No matter how much noise comes from you, you should oppose a situation where anyone is hurt.
The root cause of the leak was the CVE-2016-7782 vulnerability which was discovered in 2016. This vulnerability is being issued in the firmware of NVR products. PDF files contained with the firmware of NVR products are locked when the browser tries to access the file. The exploitation technique is easy to perform.
To the best of my knowledge, the vulnerability is being responsibly disclosed via the Security Research Center of KIS. Dr. Guilherme Rambo discovered the issue and first reported it to the responsible parties (KIS). The exploitation technique is based on the CVE-2016-7782 vulnerability. d2c66b5586