Malware Attacks Hit News Websites – Foretelling Cyber False Flag?

BIN malwareBefore It’s News – by Chris Kitze

Malware alerts struck the web last night and this morning, in a preview of what Internet users have to look forward to once the real cyber false flag hits the Net.  Real and fake malware will create chaos, as users get blocked from their favorite websites.

Regular visitors to BIN may have noticed that we had some of those cute red screens courtesy of your browsers (Safari, Chrome and Firefox) on our site last night and this morning alerting you that “you’d better not go there”.


The Google Chrome malware warning from BIN late last night.  Firefox and Safair had similar dire warnings for these sites.


Outages were reported at many popular sites, including ZD NetCNETGlenn Reynold’s popular Instapundit, etc.  Here’s a report from ZD Net that covered their end of things.  Facebook is running behind, they are still showing warnings for some sites, including BIN.  The BIN site is completely clean at this time, according to Google.


Here’s a screen grab from Instapundit:


Has anyone else noticed what’s happened to the internet?  Sites with edgy alternative content or conservative points of view get hacked more often, and in this case not hacked, but effectively taken down by scary looking warning messages.  This type of censorship has been going on for years with email.  If you want to keep a lid on the news, you just signup for a site’s email, then send it to one of the 50 self appointed “spam police” sites and they’ll blacklist a site.  It usually takes a day or two for things to return to normal and get off the blacklist and by then the damage is done.  The same thing is now happening to web sites.

There’s only one way around this, a new way to communicate and get news and information using the internet.  We’ve been developing it for a year and it’s going to be what we think is a very good alternative to insecure email and chat programs, as well as providing a way to view web content without surfing around for it.  (note: this part of the story is promotional, but a potentially valuable service to use)

Go check out, where you can get a free account and communicate freely.  Invite some friends and check it out, but keep in mind there will be bugs because right now it’s pre-beta.  Because it uses end to end encryption, you’re a lot more secure than regular email or chat services.

6 thoughts on “Malware Attacks Hit News Websites – Foretelling Cyber False Flag?

  1. Oh yea #1. this is a good follow up on the one I posted below on internet security. I know that 2 weeks ago I had to take this pc in because it just froze up. had to even unplug it to just shut down. It was a hard job cleaning this one up. And now all of a sudden I noticed fri. night that I`m slowing way way down again.

    1. I knew about it yesterday, digger, before this article came out today. I wasn’t able to send Henry any articles at all from BIN last night, due to that.

      1. Yea I know #1. I check all websites that I go to every day and Henry`s site has proven clean as any. So was MAMI`s SHIT. Clean as the rest of them . Yup I noticed a real big slowdown again today though. I was useing Avast anti virus free verson and windows XP. I also use START PAGE as my search engine – they say that they are the worlds most private search engine. That is also free. Chek out the web site. just type in START PAGE and it will come up .

  2. While I am fascinated by the subject of cyber-terrorism, I am by no means an expert. Neither am I an acolyte. I’ve worked around computers since the early eighties and have tried to keep my skills as current as possible.

    That said, there are some brilliant (if sick) people working on the various viruses and general malware. The clever bastards have found a myriad of ways to profit from their programming misadventures. Many of them draw government paychecks.

    We are coming to a point where the internet will become so “mine-laden” that we just need to disconnect for our own sanity. This isn’t “conspiracy theory” but a reasonable conjecture based on the growing evidence the internet reeks of usury.

    The thing is that there is some amazing software out there — stuff that can hide until it is activated (or self-activated after detecting a vulnerability.)

    I guess my point is that there is so much junk out there it will be hard to recognize the “big cyber attack” against all the noise from the on-going “small cyber attacks” we experience every day.

    And it is getting worse.

  3. This isn’t just happening in alt news, it’s popping up in online news as well. It’s happening in Canada going to CBC for crying out loud.

  4. This morning I tried to access an article that John Rolls from BIN sent me to look at out of his Rolls Report he sends out and that warning showed up, but I had had that happen a year ago and back then I contacted Rolls and he said just go ahead and access it, that Google is just trying to screw with people and keep them off of their site. So, this time I just went ahead and opened it and of course nothing happened.

    Google… Kiss my A$$!

    But, other then that I have not had a virus or attack of any kind in years. I use these free programs to keep it running right.

    Firefox – I never open IE ever, but just keep it as a back up if FF get hammered

    AVG Free
    Gleary’s Utility
    Advanced System Care

    I just run either CCleaner or Advanced System Care first in the morning everyday as I am firing up my girl, Dell. I just tune her up a little each morning, like I have done with all my gals, and she purrs along all day long happy as can be. haha

    Well, now she don’t like Blogtalk Radio much if I have to many web pages open, or two BTR pages at once.

    Dell’s a good old gal lol

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