Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Malaysia Flight 370 speculation without evidence to support same back in the news ( August 20 , 2014 ) --PRIME Minister Tony Abbott has hinted that flight MH370 may never be found as searchers prepare to start scouring a huge area of ocean off the coast of Western Australia......... Study: MH370 pilot turned off oxygen supply, ditched plane into sea ..... Did China hack Malaysia Officials to find out what was going on -- Chinese hackers 'stole' classified data from Malaysian MH370 probe ?????

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Study: MH370 pilot turned off oxygen supply, ditched plane into sea

The Malaysia Airlines plane went missing on March 8, sparking an international search for the wreckage. (Photo courtesy: Malaysia Airlines)
The death of MH370 passengers was due to oxygen starvation experts suggested Tuesday following a new study of the disaster, according to the British daily news website Mirror.
All 239 people lost consciousness up to four hours before the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 disappeared as the pilot deliberately depressurized the cabin, the study suggested.
Although, oxygen masks would have dropped down automatically from above the seats, their supply was limited to just 20 minutes.
Passengers who were asleep and those who were unable to grab a mask lost consciousness a few minutes after the pilot’s move. 

The study also suggested that the pilot locked his co-pilot outside of the cockpit before executing “his master plan” and performing a controlled ditching in the sea, which would explain why no debris has been found because the plane landed and sank in one piece.
Earlier this year, the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) also concluded that passengers may have died from hypoxia.
So far, searchers have found no trace of the plane or its passengers, making the case probably the biggest mystery in aviation history.
The Malaysia Airlines plane went missing on March 8, sparking an international search for the wreckage.
 
Last Update: Wednesday, 20 August 2014 KSA 14:32 - GMT 11:32




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Wednesday, 20 August 2014 10:21

MH370 PILOT ‘DITCHED PLANE INTO OCEAN'

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MH370 PILOT ‘DITCHED PLANE INTO OCEAN'
PRIME Minister Tony Abbott has hinted that flight MH370 may never be found as searchers prepare to start scouring a huge area of ocean off the coast of Western Australia.
His comments came as a New Zealand-based investigator suggested the pilot of the missing Malaysia Airlines plane could have deliberately depressurised the cabin depriving those on board of air, then staged a controlled ditching into the Indian Ocean.
In his new book, veteran air accident investigator Ewan Wilson claims the “ditching” would explain why no debris from the plane has been found, with the aircraft sinking to the bottom of the ocean in one piece.
Wilson said he arrived at his shocking conclusion after considering every possible scenario.
Theory ... one expert believes Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah staged a controlled ditching of
Theory ... one expert believes Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah staged a controlled ditching of the plane into the Indian Ocean.
He believes Captain Zaharie locked his copilot out of the cockpit, then survived long enough either by repressurising the aircraft or breathing his own more extensive air supply, to evade radar and execute his plan.

Pilot involvement ... the latest theory could explain why no debris has been found.
Pilot involvement ... the latest theory could explain why no debris has been found. Source: NewsComAu
Wilson has not been able to provide any conclusive evidence to support his theory.
Speaking on ABC Radio in Brisbane this morning, Mr Abbott did not offer any assurance the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 would be located.
“They are now going to search the entire probable impact zone which is something like 60,000 square kilometres of the ocean floor off the coast of Western Australia,” Mr Abbott said.
“If the plane is down there and the best expert advice is that it did go into the water somewhere off the coast of Western Australia, if the plane is down there is a reasonable chance we’ll find it.”

No clue ... Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 vanished on March 9 with 239 people on board.
No clue ... Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 vanished on March 9 with 239 people on board. Picture: AFP Source: AFP
He said his government was “determined to do the right thing by the Australian families who lost their loved ones in this plane, and determined to do the right thing by all bereaved families”.
“We’ve got a long way to go before we’re going to get this one up,” Mr Abbott cautioned.

Endless hunt ... Prime Minister Tony Abbott has hinted that Flight MH370 may never be fou
Endless hunt ... Prime Minister Tony Abbott has hinted that Flight MH370 may never be found. Picture: Getty Source: News Corp Australia
“My understanding is they’re going to start (searching) in the next month or so but the search could take up to a year.”
Six Australian nationals were among 239 people on board the flight that disappeared en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8.
An earlier report by the Australian Transport Safety Bureau concluded that the passengers and crew may have died from hypoxia. -News.com.au


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Wednesday, 20 August 2014 16:56

NO ONE TRUSTS PUTRAJAYA? Chinese hackers 'stole' classified data from M'sian MH370 probe

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NO ONE TRUSTS PUTRAJAYA? Chinese hackers 'stole' classified data from M'sian MH370  probe
Chinese hackers stole classified information from Malaysian officials involved in the search for MH370 a day after the plane disappeared, it was claimed today.
Government departments were sent e-mails containing a virus disguised as a hoax news report saying the Malaysian Airlines jet had been found.
When the attachment was opened, the virus - known as malware - began extracting sensitive data and sending it to a computer in China.
The attack came at a time when Malaysian officials in charge of the search were being heavily criticised - particularly by the Chinese - for not releasing crucial information.
'Targeted': Chinese hackers have been accused of stealing classified information from Malaysian officials involved in the search for missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 a day after it disappeared on March 8
'Targeted': Chinese hackers have been accused of stealing classified information from Malaysian officials involved in the search for missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 a day after it disappeared on March 8
Were these men hacked? Malaysian Airlines chief Ahmad Jauhari Yahya (second l) and Department of Civil Aviation boss Datuk Azharuddin Abdul Rahman (second r) address the media after MH370 disappeared
Were these men hacked? Malaysian Airlines chief Ahmad Jauhari Yahya (second l) and Department of Civil Aviation boss Datuk Azharuddin Abdul Rahman (second r) address the media after MH370 disappeared
It was spotted by CyberSecurity Malaysia – a Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation agency - which blocked the transmissions and shut down the infected machines.
But by then around 30 computers in the Department of Civil Aviation, the National Security Council and Malaysia Airlines had been infected and an unknown amount of information stolen, a source said.
CyberSecurity Malaysia chief executive Dr Amirudin Abdul Wahab told Nicholas Cheng from the Malaysia Star: 'We received reports from the administrators of the agencies telling us that their network was congested with e-mail going out of their servers.
'Those e-mails contained confidential data from the officials' computers, including the minutes of meetings and classified documents. Some of these were related to the MH370 investigation.
'This was well-crafted malware that anti-virus programs couldn't detect. It was a very sophisticated attack.'
Desperate for information: Malaysia Airlines commercial director Hugh Dunleavy (centre) speaks to journalists in China. The cyber attack came at a time when officials were criticised for their handling of the search
Desperate for information: Malaysia Airlines commercial director Hugh Dunleavy (centre) speaks to journalists in China. The cyber attack came at a time when officials were criticised for their handling of the search
The breach was traced to an IP address - a unique number assigned to each computer on a network - in China, but no further details have been given.
Interpol are reportedly working with the agencies with the investigation.
Flight MH370 vanished inexplicably en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8, and there has been no sign since of the aircraft or the 239 people onboard.
Reports of the hack come as Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said A new underwater hunt for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 had a 'reasonable chance' of finding the plane.
It is believed to have crashed into the southern Indian Ocean far off the west coast of Australia, but a massive air and sea search failed to find any wreckage while an underwater probe gave no answers.
Experts have now used technical data to finalise the most likely resting place of the plane deep on the ocean seabed and are preparing for a more intense underwater search to find it.
'They are now going to search the entire probable impact zone which is, from memory, something like 60,000 square kilometres (23,000 square miles) of the ocean floor, off the coast of Western Australia,' Abbott told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
'If the plane is down there - and the best expert advice is that it did go into the water somewhere in this arc off the coast of Western Australia - if the plane is down there, there is a reasonable chance that we'll find it because we are using the best possible technology.' -Daily Mail