ELAU I just got this message regarding the rollout of the USN. Oct 2nd.
I am told the Treasury had another computer glitch when they pushed the button yesterday. Experts have been working since 3:00AM this morning to correct. It should be finished this evening and TRNs/USNs will be in the banks in the morning.
Omega Man FROM the Platform: there was another computer glitch in getting the TRN's in the banks. Supposedly this is supposed to be fixed by tomorrow and then the RV and TRN's will go live on Forex and the funds will be released in that order.
THIS CONFIRMS WHAT ELAU STATED..
Our Bank Story Posted by Pole R. Bear on October 2, 2014 at 5:56pm
Today, a friend or ours, who is in our Dinar group, went to a Wells Fargo branch locally to open up new accounts for his future deposits. He told the banker that he would soon be making a large deposit.
The banker said, "Oh, you must holding some Iraqi Dinar!" Our friend told him, "yes and I have Dong and Zim too." The banker told him "Great, it won't be too much longer. We are very close."
This friend of ours would never make up this story. I trust him implicitly. This is first hand knowledge and not from any other Dinar site.
Linnea October 2, 2014 at 6:46pm THE CURRENT SITUATION WITH DINAR IS THAT THEY ARE ON SCREEN AND THE REVALUATION IS MORE OR LESS COMPLETE. THE NEXT DAYS WILL TELL THE TALE, BUT ALL SEEMS TO BE ON TRACK. AND THE TRN IS TO MAKE ITS PRESENCE KNOWN OFFICIALLY. Here is the part of ZAP's report that has to do with The RV/GCR.
OilRat > Linnea October 2, 2014 at 7:03pm Great news: Zap, Okie, Tony, DC, Exo, etc. are all on similar page. Wooohooo!!!
Iko ward: Forex has been refreshing the rates all day but not changing them, as if they are testing the system on an hourly basis. (Getting pretty good at this summary) … Forex has refreshed the dinar now for the fifth time today without changing any values. Like they are testing the system. And they just did it again five minutes ago.
Royal: WF WAS ANXIOUS TO OPEN AN ACCOUNT FOR CE FOR ME TODAY , IN FACT THEY KNEW ALL ABOUT WHAT'S ABOUT TO HAPPEN…. THEY ALL KNOW WHAT'S GOING TO HAPPEN , MAYBE NOT EVERY EMPOYEE , BUT THE BIG BOYS AND GALS KNOW
[tight wad] I'm just coming into chat now for 1st time today - in dinar recaps - under news & rumors, and then under tnt - a person with the name of Red, says 37 million Americans own dinar, and could take up to 6 months to exchange all of us - I don't believe that. I think they would have sold out of dinar if that was the case. Has anybody else seen that?
[highhopes] tight wad maybe they are counting all the people we have all gifted to? i know i have given dinar to almost 20 people....im sure most dinarians have....just a thought
[kogarris] Well we know there are at least 5 million that Tony has spoke of .. and I have donated to 14 people.. and thats just my family so far.. so take me as an example .. multiply my 14 x 5 million so that looks like 70 million to me.. I think its real possible..
[highhopes] kogarris thats what I'm thinking
Poppy3 ...TALKED TO BAGHDAD. HE STATES THEY HAVE SCHEDULED AGAIN TOMORROW [THURSDAY] TO VOTE ON BOTH MINISTERS AND THE BUDGET. AS WE SAID TIME WILL TELL.
THE GOOD NEWS IS THEY ARE STICKING TO THE PLANS TO GET EVERYTHING SOLVED And HAVE NOT BACKED OFF OR LET UP ON TRYING TO SOLVE THEIR DIFFERENCES. FOR ME I AM PROUD THEY ARE STILL PUSHING ...
EVEN THOUGH THEIR TIMING IS ON THE DAY LATE MODE AS USUAL. I AM PROUD THAT ABADI IS STICKING TO HIS GUNS AND HASNT BACKED UP OR LET UP ON THE PROCESS
Yekoochie: JPMorgan Chase Says More Than 76 Million Accounts Compromised in Cyberattack
DEALBOOK (THE NEW YORK TIMES)
OCTOBER 2, 2014 Updated, 5:02 p.m
A cyber attack this summer on JPMorgan Chase compromised more than 76 million household accounts and seven million small-business accounts, making it among the largest corporate hacks ever discovered.
The latest revelations, which were disclosed in a regulatory filing on Thursday, vastly dwarf earlier estimates that hackers had gained access to roughly one million customer accounts.
The new details about the extent of the hack — which began in June but was not discovered until July — sent JPMorgan scrambling for the second time in just three months to contain the fallout.
As the severity of the hack became more clear in recent days and new information was unearthed, some top executives flew back to New York from Naples, Fla., where many had convened for a leadership conference, according to several people briefed on the matter.
Hackers were able to burrow deep into JPMorgan’s computer systems, accessing the accounts of more than 90 servers–a breach that underscores just how vulnerable the global financial system is to cyber crime. Until now, most of the largest hack attacks on corporations have been confined to retailers like Target and Home Depot.
And unlike those retailers, JPMorgan has far more sensitive financial information about customers. Investigators in law enforcement remain puzzled by the attack on the bank because there is no evidence that the attackers looted any customer money from accounts.
The lack of any apparent profit motive has generated speculation among law
enforcement officials and security experts that the hackers were sponsored by foreign governments either in Russia or in southern Europe.
By the time JPMorgan first suspected the breach in late July, hackers had already “rooted” more than 90 computer servers– hacker-speak for gaining the highest level of privilege to those machines– according to several people briefed on the results of the bank’s forensics investigation who were not allowed to discuss it publicly.
It is still not totally clear how hackers managed to gain deep access to the bank’s computer network. By the time, the bank’s security team discovered the breach in late July, hackers had already gained the highest level of administrative privilege to more than 90 of the bank’s computer servers, according to several people briefed on the results of the bank’s forensics investigation who were not allowed to discuss it publicly.
More disturbing still, these people say, hackers made off with a list of the applications and programs that run on every standard JPMorgan computer– a hacker’s roadmap of sorts– which hackers could cross check with known vulnerabilities in each program and web application, in search of an entry point back into the bank’s systems.
These people said it would take months for the bank to swap out its programs and applications and renegotiate licensing deals with its technology suppliers, leaving hackers plenty of time to mine the bank’s systems for unpatched, or undiscovered, vulnerabilities that would allow them reentry into JPMorgan’s systems.
In the filing, JPMorgan said there was no evidence that account information, including passwords or Social Security numbers, were taken.