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would someone please teach this hacker a lesson? (SPECIAL UPDATE)
« on: September 21, 2015, 11:17:24 pm »
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THANKS IN ADVANCE!
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Re: would someone please teach this hacker a lesson?
« Reply #1 on: September 25, 2015, 03:01:44 am »
but why do that to berry... berry will get his just desserts eventually no need to stoop to his level ;)
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Re: would someone please teach this hacker a lesson?
« Reply #2 on: September 25, 2015, 04:11:16 am »
? is it just me wondering what this thread is all about??!  :confused: :thinking: :blank:

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Re: would someone please teach this hacker a lesson?
« Reply #3 on: September 25, 2015, 04:23:26 am »
I decided not to bother finding out as I don't click on links when I don't know where they are taking me to.

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Re: would someone please teach this hacker a lesson?
« Reply #4 on: September 25, 2015, 07:58:44 am »
No, I was reluctant to click it myself, hence my ignorance! Thought I might be missing out on some sort of 'in-joke' !!  :wink: :cheesy:

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Re: would someone please teach this hacker a lesson?
« Reply #5 on: September 25, 2015, 12:28:31 pm »
Rick's postings are often rhetorical and cryptic   :wink:

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Re: would someone please teach this hacker a lesson?
« Reply #6 on: September 25, 2015, 06:16:43 pm »
Hmm, yeah I have noticed that, but I didn't like to say anything....  :wink:  :cheesy:

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Re: would someone please teach this hacker a lesson?
« Reply #7 on: September 26, 2015, 08:01:58 pm »
I decided not to bother finding out as I don't click on links when I don't know where they are taking me to.

Boggins,

Thanks, but its an email address often used to try an penetrate my email from false links from Alibaba for example, the middle east and India sends hundreds of Emails to Chinese companies daily and try get them to enter their passwords so they can STEAL company secrets... "with me, that simply won't work"! if they persist to much. I do know how to find where they originate from, its up to you to teach the lessons...

I happen to be working on some highly new sensitive products and services... One would know from looking at the link? its an email address that needs to be given what he is trying to do to us!
that would be you included...


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Re: would someone please teach this hacker a lesson?
« Reply #8 on: September 27, 2015, 02:20:23 am »
I get a lot of spam e-mails in my secondary ISP e-mail which I just delete unread/unopened which is the best way to deal with any e-mails you receive from an unrecognised source and even if you do open an e-mail, you must never click on any internal links however tempting.

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Re: would someone please teach this hacker a lesson?
« Reply #9 on: September 27, 2015, 06:06:32 am »
^^^^^^^
+1 To what Boggin suggests.

 Opening an email may prompt a "Delivered" response to the originating spam bot, showing it to be a live and valid address, therefore increasing the volume of spam from it and other sources.

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Re: would someone please teach this hacker a lesson?
« Reply #10 on: October 08, 2015, 11:25:19 pm »
Lets not post email address just in case they belong to someone innocent.

The thing about spammers and hackers is they know better then to use any real email that can be traced back to them. 99.9% of spam has the email address (return address) spoofed, faked and automated as they send out their spam.

They have huge email lists to send spam to and part of that trick is to take emails in that list and put it into the return address. They know the email will get blocked within a day and so they constantly change it.

I have had multiple customers who would get thousands of undeliverables email messages flood their inbox and they had no clue why. It was because a spammer was using their email address in the return address, so all the failed emails got sent ot them. After a day or so they would stop as the spammer started using another return address.

When ever you get an email and you are not sure if it is from the person in question always look at the header of the email, it will show the email server it came from. Most of the time you will see it didnt come from the proper server, such as a yahoo address that didnt get sent from the yahoo servers. In this case this user as well would have to have their emails sent through comcasts email servers, so check the header and see if the email is coming from there.

If it is then it is also possible the person account is hacked and being used. But again, no smart hacker, spammer or what ever will ever use an account directly tied to them. It is like robbing a store with your picture ID attached to your shirt.

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Re: would someone please teach this hacker a lesson?
« Reply #11 on: October 09, 2015, 06:55:17 am »
I have a contract with this factory, yet the Chinese language version is slandering my name after referring several large customers to them over a period of a couple years!

http://www.titanfine.com/news_show.php?id=71

anyone care to take down the website?
 


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Re: would someone please teach this hacker a lesson?
« Reply #12 on: October 09, 2015, 08:15:53 am »
anyone care to take down the website?

Incitement to commit crime is n't the route to take Rick.

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Re: would someone please teach this hacker a lesson?
« Reply #13 on: October 09, 2015, 08:48:39 am »
Oh Contrair; Ok for them and not me?

China secretly thinks they own the world; I have a contract with that fty, they violating it in public! SLANDERING MY NAME ALL OVER THE WORLD!

They Stole all your secrets and passwords these past few years under your nose without you even knowing it!

They have started something I know how to finish, plus, I registered  the domain in a different country. so it is HIGHLY SLANDEROUS... Especially with the names I deal with...

welcome lookup my posts on linked in too recently... I have developed some new products that will change the market that everyone wants and they wont get now...

STAY TUNED!

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Re: would someone please teach this hacker a lesson?
« Reply #14 on: October 09, 2015, 09:13:14 am »
China secretly thinks they own the world

Well they kind of do, they hold all the IOUs from western governments. A pretty smart business plan really....They take all our crap, recycle it, remanufacture it, lend us the money, to then buy it back from them!

They Stole all your secrets and passwords these past few years under your nose without you even knowing it!

I agree, but everyone knew it was them. Counter espionage would mean a lot of misinformation has been dropped on them too.

STAY TUNED!

Do they have WiFi in Chinese prisons?

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Re: would someone please teach this hacker a lesson?
« Reply #15 on: October 09, 2015, 09:35:12 am »
China secretly thinks they own the world

Well they kind of do, they hold all the IOUs from western governments. A pretty smart business plan really....They take all our crap, recycle it, remanufacture it, lend us the money, to then buy it back from them!

They Stole all your secrets and passwords these past few years under your nose without you even knowing it!

I agree, but everyone knew it was them. Counter espionage would mean a lot of misinformation has been dropped on them too.

STAY TUNED!

Do they have WiFi in Chinese prisons?

Should ask them that is slandering my name GLOBALLY!

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Re: would someone please teach this hacker a lesson?
« Reply #17 on: October 09, 2015, 05:15:10 pm »
Now remove the slandering so we can continue pandering

I agree, but are n't pandas chinese too? Chew it over  :wink:


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Re: would someone please teach this hacker a lesson? (SPECIAL UPDATE)
« Reply #18 on: October 13, 2015, 02:42:31 am »
Um yeah, how about no.

I am going to ask respectfully that no one asks to hack or take down any site or any one. As I understand what it is like to get pissed at someone, I built this site and forum to help, not hurt.

I have a reputation i care about and I enjoy helping others, if one person posts on here asking for people to hack or take down something then it draws others like it here and that is not what I have been aiming for.

So please respect me and the site and keep this stuff elsewhere. If not, then I am going to get pissy about it and start swinging my hammer around lol

That sounded really really dirty, and I am okay with it.

Sjame

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Re: would someone please teach this hacker a lesson?
« Reply #19 on: October 13, 2015, 08:34:16 am »
Good start;

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/in-a-first-chinese-hackers-are-arrested-at-the-behest-of-the-us-government/2015/10/09/0a7b0e46-6778-11e5-8325-a42b5a459b1e_story.html?ref=yfp

Now remove the slandering so we can continue pandering

Please do read the announcement on the left hand side of the page; http://www.titanfine.com/en_index.php

I don't appreciate my name being slandered like this... I have a contract with them...
"I happen to be a 30 year veteran in this industry".............................
In fact, one signature is from an ex-police official...

My contract!
https://image-store.slidesharecdn.com/6fcf30a3-8c63-4a82-bf54-af80b8c14ba8-original.jpeg

I sat in there office and the Chairman himself said were said were a team... look like that to you?

I spent almost two years of my life helping them build and refer customers...
Something is awry here, don't you think so?


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Re: would someone please teach this hacker a lesson? (SPECIAL UPDATE)
« Reply #20 on: October 13, 2015, 04:03:06 pm »
But is this the place to sound off about them ?

This is a computer help forum - if you have a grievance with them, then seek legal advice to see if you can get redress.

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Re: would someone please teach this hacker a lesson? (SPECIAL UPDATE)
« Reply #21 on: October 13, 2015, 07:20:29 pm »
But is this the place to sound off about them ?

This is a computer help forum - if you have a grievance with them, then seek legal advice to see if you can get redress.

I considered that before posting...
Actually, yes it is, China follows this forum very carefully!
They do respect and do take action rather quickly...
regards.


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Re: would someone please teach this hacker a lesson? (SPECIAL UPDATE)
« Reply #22 on: October 15, 2015, 02:09:18 am »
I am reluctant to return to this Forum, I thought it was safe.  Recruiting malicious hacking.   :evil:  Leave that crap in the dark web!  - Art
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Re: would someone please teach this hacker a lesson? (SPECIAL UPDATE)
« Reply #23 on: October 15, 2015, 02:21:40 am »
We All know what China does.  As an ASIC designer we used a Taiwan foundry against my objections ... until I became VP of Engineering/R&D.  Our government has endorsed their theft of our intellectual property for years and years.  Why?  Because the US needs their loans.  We allow this in many countries for many reasons.  However recruiting malicious hackers should be done elsewhere and we know where that is.  You guys are going to give this Forum a bad reputation.  I could point you to where you need to go to do this, but it's NOT here.  Bad move, Rick.  - Art
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Re: would someone please teach this hacker a lesson? (SPECIAL UPDATE)
« Reply #24 on: October 15, 2015, 06:03:33 am »
I don't believe in the dark web, its the reason to be publicly open and honest about it!

Come back or not?

You will be back to merely thank me later for bringing up the issues to tech experts that can do us all a favor...

I am happy to stand up for people that don't know how or cant, are you?

Give you a CLUE; what states motto is Live free or Die?

regards,