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Anonymous Hack's Palin's Yahoo Email

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posted on Sep, 18 2008 @ 10:55 AM

Originally posted by Venit
Oh come on, she's a horrible person. And yes, i've been aware of this for longer than you.

This post makes absolutely no sense.

- according to you she's a horrible person. So that means it's okay for someone to ILLEGALLY hack into her personal email account?

- according to you, you have been 'aware of this for longer than me'? How the hell would you know what I've been aware of or for how long?

Absolutely no sense. Unless you are a 'sour grapes' hockey mom who has a kid on a rival hockey team or some thing like that.

posted on Sep, 18 2008 @ 10:58 AM

Originally posted by noobfun
there are many emails to .gov email accounts, the titles would suggest that these mails are goverment related

Sending emails to .gov email accounts does NOT mean they are business related. I send emails to friends who have .gov accounts, and they are definately NOT business emails.

As for the titles ... post a few. Let's see.

im sure in your life time youve broken the law or seen others brake the law and been happy or even cheered about it

I have NEVER committed a felony. Never. I have never seen anyone commit a felony and I have never cheered or been happy to see felonies committed.

So much for your 'I'm sure' statement.

posted on Sep, 18 2008 @ 11:00 AM
we did it for the lulz.


posted on Sep, 18 2008 @ 11:08 AM
Fine. I've been aware of it since early yesterday uk time. I was on the source website when they did it. Happy? And i don't particularly care that it was illegal, the republican party has done a lot of illegal things anyway. This isn't a troll. Believe what you want about right and wrong. I'm just happy they did it.

posted on Sep, 18 2008 @ 11:10 AM
reply to post by FlyersFan

Nizich, Michael A (GOV)
RE: Using Royalty Oil to Lower the Cost of Fuel for Alaskans
Fri, 8/22/08 42KB

Ruaro, Randall P (GOV)
Court of Appeals / Executive Director Parole Board / Boards and Commissions
Thu, 8/21/08 10KB

Ruaro, Randall P (GOV)
FW: DPS Employee Draft
Wed, 8/20/08 15KB

McAllister, William D (GOV)
Re: DPS Personnel and Budget Issues
Wed, 8/20/08 12KB

Ruaro, Randall P (GOV)
FW: DPS Personnel and Budget Issues
Tue, 8/19/08 11KB

Ruaro, Randall P (GOV)
Court of Appeals Nominations
Sat, 8/16/08 11KB

Nizich, Michael A (GOV)
another records request
Fri, 8/15/08 5KB
Read not goverment related must want her birth certifictae and library card ..

Nizich, Michael A (GOV)
Thu, 8/7/08 5KB

Nizich, Michael A (GOV)
FW: Request for Information and Documents
Thu, 8/7/08 525KB

posted on Sep, 18 2008 @ 12:07 PM
My apologies is this has been posted (no time to read through all the latest posts) but it looks like Wired has picked up the story:

Wired Article

Here's an interesting Palin/Scientology link pointed out in the reader comments of the above article. I can't vouch for the veracity of it yet, might be worth researching:

Sarah Palin is connected to Scientology. Here's how: She has been, and still continues to be, deeply involved with the ultra-right-wing "Dominionist" church movement. READ THIS: The main nexus for the Dominionists is the "Committee on National Policy", which strangely includes non-Christian organizations such as, yes, The Church of Scientology. The leading "Dominionist" church is MorningStar ministries, which despite being a Christian church, leans heavily on "supernatural" themes and blatantly uses the Scientology Cross in their logo:

[edit on 18-9-2008 by shipovfools]

posted on Sep, 18 2008 @ 12:07 PM
reply to post by noobfun

Where did you get those emails??

Just wondering I don't think I have seen those before???


posted on Sep, 18 2008 @ 12:11 PM
Did anon find any noodz??? and if not then rule 34

posted on Sep, 18 2008 @ 12:18 PM

Originally posted by rcwj75
Ummmm there is a HUGE difference in the situation you just gave. Someones backyard has no expectation of privacy!!!

Ummmm, really? Somebody's home is not private property? If you don't expect your backyard to be private, maybe you should post your address and let everybody know your barbeque is open to the public.

Email account vs a backyard..(aka..plain view) Do I or anyone really have to explain why there is NOOOOO comparison here?

OMG, are you serious? So now CYBERSPACE is more sacred than our actual homes?? Whatever you say, I'm sure you wouldn't feel that way if somebody was hanging out in your backyard one morning when you woke up. And since when are backyards in "plain view"?? Most of the ones in my neighborhood are fenced. I've watched many an episode of COPS where they chase some car thief over a fence and happen upon some plants and actually STOP chasing the thief and bust the homeowner. Sure it's stupid to grow plants in your backyard, and it's just as stupid to use a yahoo acount for GOVERNMENT BUSINESS to hide communications from public view. If she did that, she is a criminal. Just because YOU support her doesn't make her any less guilty, sorry. If ANON found some kiddie porn on a DEMOCRATS computer, I'm VERY sure you wouldn't be crying foul. You can't pick and choose which invasions of privacy you support.

What you should be saying is: If its ok for this retarted ANON group to do do this then COPS should be allowed to pick the locks on your front door while you sleep or aren't home, come in and search for anything illegal. If they find it...arrest you...then say..."yes judge we know what and how we did it was not "sound" but this scumbag still had child porn and coc aine....see where your logic leads us?

No, they don't pick the lock, they kick the door in and throw flash grenades, but you know that.

Just because cops think they have a lead, and they get permission from a judge first, doesn't make it different than what you typed above. It's still an invasion, if you're blatantly selling drugs or child porn you should expect to draw attention, some of it wanted, some of it unwanted. Same goes for running for PUBLIC office.

posted on Sep, 18 2008 @ 12:21 PM
reply to post by d11_m_na_c05

Hey, she's in touch with the people, she's one of *us*, she uses YAHOOO! right!
What a bump.


*Hey, Pssssssst, over here*...

Oh man, I want your avitar, lol.
Love it.
Can I have it please...
I'll take good care of it promise...

Naw, *JK*!
BEST one I've seen yet though.

posted on Sep, 18 2008 @ 12:30 PM
reply to post by Leo Strauss

along with the 4 or 5 images of emails and mail lists there is a text list called email-index on wiki theya re from there and show only what is listed not the full text of the mails

posted on Sep, 18 2008 @ 12:41 PM
All that talk about God in those mails really creeps me out...

Church and state never separated in the US. The people who want to lead the most aggressive country in the world are religious... that should really worry people in this day and age.

[edit on 18-9-2008 by Copernicus]

posted on Sep, 18 2008 @ 12:48 PM
reply to post by dariousg

Star for you. This election is making me sick. But, if I'm being honest, Palin and her fanatic supporters make my skin crawl more than Obama's at this point. The most hypocrisy I have EVER seen is coming directly from that camp. And I am NOT an Obama supporter by any means.

posted on Sep, 18 2008 @ 01:50 PM
>> I hope to dear God that this goes mainstream! The same people that
>> want to protect "freedoms" enjoyed on the internet are going to destroy
>> it with actions such as these. That's why Democrats like big government.
>> They need big government to step in because they can't behave themselves
>> on their own!

You believe the illusion that there the two political parties are different.

They are two sides of the same coin - the ones they are taking out of your pocket.

The Republicans are better?

I don't believe in the show anymore. I think at some point real soon you will lose faith in political parties.

posted on Sep, 18 2008 @ 01:53 PM
PROTIP: If you're even remotely close to something that might resemble someone people would wanna hack, don't use your #ing zip code as a password. Doing that is just begging to be hacked. Also, I'll hook you guys up with the rapidshare of the contents in a short while...

EDIT: Here it is,

[edit on 9/18/2008 by VRazer]

posted on Sep, 18 2008 @ 01:57 PM
reply to post by VRazer

The zipcode is part of the security questions to reset the password.. go try and reset your yahoo (if you have one) and you will see what i mean ..

BTW:silo13.. If you meant my avatar . Use it anywhere but here if ya want . Or use it to make your own version if you like .

P.S. Sorry if i inflamed the conversation here . I'm just sick of the way crap is going and want the truth . I mean if you have nothing to hide .. Why do you need privacy right ? Right ...Right?

[edit on 18-9-2008 by d11_m_na_c05]

posted on Sep, 18 2008 @ 02:01 PM
reply to post by d11_m_na_c05

Basic security, is to make the answer have nothing to do with the question, making it act as a backup password, instead of key to your home.

posted on Sep, 18 2008 @ 02:07 PM
reply to post by VRazer

Its a default selection from a drop down box if i recall right.. With questions like . First pets name . Where you met spouse. Zipcode . Mother maiden name ect.
Not a "Fill in your question" Then answer type..

But i'm going from memory here . Its been a while since i had a yahoo account i have used .

All they have listed now is

But they may have removed the zipcode thing . Or it may only give it to you at a certain point . Im really not too sure yet.

EDIT: Ahh i see what your saying .. Yeah that would be smart . But So would be using Gmail and not yahoo. Or hushmail ect.

[edit on 18-9-2008 by d11_m_na_c05]

posted on Sep, 18 2008 @ 02:16 PM
reply to post by d11_m_na_c05

Yeah, I know, but, here comes the super hax:
As an example, choose "What is your pets name?", the answer you then write, should be nothing even closely related, like "ksbacvnc354", if you are able to remember it.

posted on Sep, 18 2008 @ 02:23 PM
I say give them a taste of their own medicine:

If she doesn't have anything to hide, what's the big deal?

I hear that more than I need to around this board, and in the media in general.

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