Wednesday, 22 March 2017

Music can be used to hack electronic devices

New research has found that a number of electronic devices – including smartphones, laptops and tablets – could be susceptible to being hacked whenever the user listens to music. Findings recently published by computer security scientists from the University of Michigan and University of South Carolina has shed light on the alarming possibility, which could even affect the in-built hardware found in a modern car. March 14

A chart for the recent solar eclipse of  26 February  at Ann Arbor, MI has the now familiar Jupiter-Uranus-Pluto T-square straddling the meridian. At the core of the T-square is still the Uranus-Pluto square. The essence of Uranus in Aries square to Pluto in Capricorn is the vexing question: Who decides what is permissible in society? Do individuals have the freedom to their privacy  or do collective agencies  have the power to invade that privacy and collect information?

In Capricorn, Pluto symbolizes the overwhelming power of large institutions, including governments, corporations, and all social organizations , which may be either just (by taking account legally and morally of the greatest good for all in the attempt to serve the society) or unjust (by operating in secrecy to serve only the institution itself or the elites in power).

Pluto which is at the apex of the T-square is conjunct the star Sheliak  in the constellation Lyra, the Harp and opposite the asteroid Atlantis (spying).  Symbolically, Lyra stands for music in general so that we have the possibility of music being used to spy on  individuals!

ATLANTIS: invasions of privacy; access to inside or confidential information; abuse of information; importance of confidentiality/use of knowledge.

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