3 Star Hackers The Matrix V.1 2010

3 Star Hackers The Matrix V.1 2010


3 Star Hackers The Matrix V.1 2010

The color-coded radial SBPs of the inner (55000 – 70000 mas) and outer (71000 – 107000 mas) parts of the outer cold belt as well as the radial SBPs of the planet position from the speckle data as well as SPHERE-IRDIS speckle and differential imaging results. The arrows show the direction of the motion of the planet. The SBPs were calculated as radial profiles (from the star center to the rim of the belt) in steps of 5000 mas. The radial distance of the planet position is given for the February 2015 observation and is not relevant for the other observations.

In a Monte Carlo environment, the user can mimic different surveys observing a cluster of stars, and in an ensemble, a population of synthetic planets. The posterior distribution of planet radii, mass, period, and inclination is determined, which allows one to calibrate (and combine) the probability of detection of synthetic planets according to their physical characteristics. The result of this chain of computations, after the user performs the analysis, is a detection map, as illustrated below.

In any case, the detection probability of a planet of 1 Jupiter mass at 100300 mas shows a value below 1%, which is lower than the 2.2% threshold required to enter in the “exotic star” category (Bonavita et al. 2019, 2020 ) and the 3.6% threshold required to enter in the “eccentric” category (Petrus et al. 2020 ). More information, including detection probability maps for the SPHERE@VLT, WASP@WHT, and TRAPPIST-South@ESO telescopes can be retrieved from Exo-DMC ().

The lack of detected planets is also reflected in the Hess diagram (Petrus et al. 2013 ). The (0,0) point is the closest to the star, while (1, 1) corresponds to an object located at a minimum of the radial velocity curves.

The film is arguably a monument to hack-sploitation: hackers who make headlines by accessing people’s sensitive information, governments who can’t keep up with the increasing technical knowledge required to hack into computers and other forms of technology, and the ultimate state hack-sploitation, the US government itself.
The film tells of the cold war confrontation between the US and Russia. The Russian leader, premier, and chief of security, (Peter Sellers) is annoyed to discover that the US military has a major security breach, and is furious when his system is hacked (inspired by the hackers accessing the Sony Pictures network in 2011). Solders on both sides are ready to go nuclear. They would do well to consider how the nuclear cold war on the Internet is played out. Warner Bros. has a hard time even securing its web site and MSNBC spends millions of dollars to protect its network from hackers. And the US government spends millions to keep top hackers from attacking. The latest malware designed to help state and non-state hackers is the Stuxnet virus. It was released in June 2010. Who’s to blame? Many organizations have blame themselves for trusting a software program without downloading its latest update. By July 2010, the malware had changed the software settings for hundreds of thousands of centrifuges, which are used to spin uranium and plutonium. The Stuxnet program is believed to be the creation of Israel, Russia, and the United States.
Plot: Roger Miller (Alec Baldwin) has suddenly lost his job, and is homeless. Having done nothing wrong, he moves in with his mother, where she gushes over his job loss and urges him to leave with her. At the same time a hacker is in possession of stolen credit card details for 250,000 customers, and is selling them on the black market. These two events prompt Miller to get into the Internet, and start hacking.


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