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#1 Alex

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Posted 27 October 2007 - 08:48 PM

All of these actually tried to connect to my computer lol, peerguardian blocked them

Department of Defense Network Information Center (should I be worried?)
Ministry of Geology and Mineral Resources
Ministry of Education
State Science & Technology Commission
Military Medical Academy
Egyptian Information Services
Saudi Arabian Oil Company, Saudi ARAMCO (strangest of all lol)
Ministry of Finance
Israel Local Authorities Data Processing Center
China Railcom Beijing Branch
Ministry of Information and Communication
GE Capital Finance
Communication Center, China Aerospace (LOL!)
Seattle Public Library (shame on you Seattlians)
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Kuwait Ministry of Communications
Embassy of Japan
Zhejian Police Academy
Government of South Africa
Washington State Department of Transportation (wow)
Haliburton Company
Naval Computer and Technologies Center
Department of Social Security of UK
IBM Corporation
NASA
California Integrated Waste Management Board


And lots more...
Pretty ridiculous huh lol? What does this tell us? That a lot of government illegally torrent video games thats what =P

What's interesting is that some of these pop up a lot. I mean Department of Defense Network Information Center is like always trying to connect to me I swear blink.gif

Edited by Alex, 27 October 2007 - 09:54 PM.


#2 DudeOnline

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Posted 27 October 2007 - 08:50 PM

QUOTE(Alex @ Oct 27 2007, 09:48 PM) View Post
Department of Defense Network Information Center (should I be worried?)
Ministry of Geology and Mineral Resources
Ministry of Education
State Science & Technology Commission
Military Medical Academy
Egyptian Information Services
Saudi Arabian Oil Company, Saudi ARAMCO (strangest of all lol)
Ministry of Finance
Israel Local Authorities Data Processing Center
China Railcom Beijing Branch
Ministry of Information and Communication
GE Capital Finance
Communication Center, China Aerospace (LOL!)
Seattle Public Library (shame on you Seattlians)
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Kuwait Ministry of Communications
Embassy of Japan
Zhejian Police Academy
Government of South Africa
Washington State Department of Transportation (wow)
Haliburton Company
Naval Computer and Technologies Center
Department of Social Security of UK
IBM Corporation
NASA
California Integrated Waste Management Board
And lots more...
Pretty ridiculous huh lol? What does this tell us? That a lot of government illegally torrent video games thats what =P



Internet chatter is all it is basically.

#3 Alex

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Posted 27 October 2007 - 08:53 PM

Wow it appears that DoD is hitting a lot of people:
http://forums.phoeni...read.php?t=1227

It's not internet chatter, this is strictly from P2P.

Edited by Alex, 27 October 2007 - 08:54 PM.


#4 DudeOnline

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Posted 27 October 2007 - 09:45 PM

DoD is known to do sweeps constanly of any computer on the net. it's pretty common.

#5 Akira

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Posted 28 October 2007 - 06:39 AM

Huh...that's odd o.O

I do remember that one time I was talking to someone online, and I guess that the FBI hated him, because the FBI sent me a warning message saying that I needed to stop talking to him, so I was like 'okay, I'll stop...but dude, wtf are you doing in my e-mail?' and then the next day when I signed in, they'd deleted -all- of my messages and blocked -everybody- from e-mailing. I was like 'what the bark is wrong with these people?' So I unblocked everyone -except- the dude that they hated, changed my password...but nothing seemed to stop them from deleting my stuff. So, I finally said 'dude, I'm not talking to that guy anymore, so back off already!' and they did...-.- I hate the government. They have time to screw around with my e-mail, but they'll be damned if they can find Osama!

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Posted 28 October 2007 - 07:34 AM

QUOTE(Akira @ Oct 28 2007, 02:39 PM) View Post
They have time to screw around with my e-mail, but they'll be damned if they can find Osama!


I love that particular sentence. It's like I always say about our British government. At a bus station inear me, with this new smoking ban, if I stand on one spot I'm allowed to smoke, but if I take a single step to the right I can recieve an unlimited fine. Both spots are out in the open.

That sums up our government in my eyes.

Edited by SidaZoid, 28 October 2007 - 07:45 AM.


#7 Ender

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Posted 28 October 2007 - 07:42 AM

QUOTE(Akira @ Oct 28 2007, 09:39 AM) View Post
Huh...that's odd o.O

I do remember that one time I was talking to someone online, and I guess that the FBI hated him, because the FBI sent me a warning message saying that I needed to stop talking to him, so I was like 'okay, I'll stop...but dude, wtf are you doing in my e-mail?' and then the next day when I signed in, they'd deleted -all- of my messages and blocked -everybody- from e-mailing. I was like 'what the bark is wrong with these people?' So I unblocked everyone -except- the dude that they hated, changed my password...but nothing seemed to stop them from deleting my stuff. So, I finally said 'dude, I'm not talking to that guy anymore, so back off already!' and they did...-.- I hate the government. They have time to screw around with my e-mail, but they'll be damned if they can find Osama!

tongue.gif I doubt it was actually the government -- sounds like a hacker's practical joke to me.

#8 Akira

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Posted 28 October 2007 - 07:56 AM

Not really...'cause my dad was contacted by his friend who works in the FBI about it...o.O Unless the hacker was desperate enough to fool with me by calling from her phone while using a voice masker...

...Who did I tick off -that- badly? o.O;

#9 Ender

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Posted 28 October 2007 - 07:58 AM

QUOTE(Akira @ Oct 28 2007, 10:56 AM) View Post
Not really...'cause my dad was contacted by his friend who works in the FBI about it...o.O Unless the hacker was desperate enough to fool with me by calling from her phone while using a voice masker...

...Who did I tick off -that- badly? o.O;

Then I stand corrected tongue.gif

#10 Akira

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Posted 28 October 2007 - 08:03 AM

Haha...and I stand annoyed o.O Gah...I can't find a caps avvie that I like.

Anywho...the government seems hell bent on stopping teenagers from doing things that don't harm anyone but billionaires (like getting free copies of music) while the government can spend seven years looking for one fella and -never- find him, even though that fella ordered an attack that killed thousands of people.

Methinks the government has their priorities mixed up ^-^

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Posted 28 October 2007 - 08:03 AM

QUOTE(Akira @ Oct 28 2007, 10:39 AM) View Post
Huh...that's odd o.O

I do remember that one time I was talking to someone online, and I guess that the FBI hated him, because the FBI sent me a warning message saying that I needed to stop talking to him, so I was like 'okay, I'll stop...but dude, wtf are you doing in my e-mail?' and then the next day when I signed in, they'd deleted -all- of my messages and blocked -everybody- from e-mailing. I was like 'what the bark is wrong with these people?' So I unblocked everyone -except- the dude that they hated, changed my password...but nothing seemed to stop them from deleting my stuff. So, I finally said 'dude, I'm not talking to that guy anymore, so back off already!' and they did...-.- I hate the government. They have time to screw around with my e-mail, but they'll be damned if they can find Osama!

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#12 Cript

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Posted 29 October 2007 - 06:26 PM

Agreed with the above. The DoD has some pretty sick mandatory firewall configs on appliances and routers. There's no way they allow any p2p traffic through.


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