posted on May, 14 2009 @ 03:46 AM
doesn't g4s also handle electronic surveillance? like monitoring people on "the list"?
just a theory, but wouldn't the easiest way to monitor someones web traffic be to force them to use a proxy that we can monitor? like secretly hack
into their computers and set their default windows proxy somehow? or the proxy settings on your router?
now from my experience, when a proxy is down/broken, it just shows you the proxy website in the browser no matter what you enter
of course, you would have to be a complete retard to be using a computer under the g4s.com domain for what is basically illegal surveillance, but then
again, if these people are as incompetent as fenix840 says, i guess it is possible
just a thought, but when you set a browser proxy, does it somehow override your default proxy? which could explain why everything was working
correctly when you tried to connect via some other proxy...
as i said, this is just a theory and tbh, i have absolutely no ide if it would work this way or not... any it experts here?