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posted on Jun, 5 2008 @ 04:59 AM
If you are being subjected to any form of long term harassment, intimidation, vandalism, racism stalking, verbal abuse, or a targeted campaign of malicious gossip, the following information might be helpful:

Some groups of people seem to be more at risk from this than others. The person who is responsible for this has strong connections with a group of paedophiles, so if you have a family, please take the following security measures.

1)Buy a cheap used laptop / desktop – almost any old computer will do, so there is no need to pay a lot. Use this to type letters, store your family photographs and other personal stuff. Keep all documents with your home address, location of your children's school etc. on this machine. Never use it on the internet.
2)Transfer all the private data from your internet computer to the used laptop / desktop and re-format the hard drive of the internet computer.
3)Install some decent security software on the internet computer (a firewall which 'stealths' your IP address would ideal).

Hope this helps.

posted on Jun, 18 2008 @ 05:25 AM
Just to clarify the original ' Harassment ' post, this link:

is an explanation of how a notorious nazi hacker is using internet message boards for ID theft. Black, Asian, mixed race and disabled people are the usual targets. Anti-racist political activists are at risk as well. Home addresses are being stolen from letters / documents on the victims' internet computers and this information is used to organise racial harassment centred around the target's local area.

posted on Jun, 18 2008 @ 05:52 AM
in lack of a better word, what a bastard. But I can see the problems.
My boss unintentionally left a letter or two in his trash and was then looked over his shoulder when typing in his pin. He had £3000 stolen from his account through those papers, etc.

People are too careless about their rumaging around on the net. Leaving the profiles public, with age, location photos, hobbies.... you could go on.
Anyone streetsmart enough would be able to pickpocket your identity of the web.

Try googling yourself, your most used username and your forum email. I was scared when I found out how much is lingering around. I even found a post I made in '97 on a forum that is now just archived :O
The worst case for me yet, was signing up on the website back 6 years or so ago. I stopped coming there, but had some photos up for show. Eventually I stopped using the email account associated with that profile, I forgot the password to the profile and now those photos plus some benign info is lingering there... completely out of my reach because the owner won't allow me to reset the password on it

Your tips about handling the web was good Fos. I'll tose in some more.

1. VERY important to know: Many forums are not coded to handle the deletion of a users profile. In many cases this is because a forum would be incoherent and full of holes if users were allowed to vanish completely. Therefore... NEVER EVER leave any personal information in a forum post. Don't even post your website or links to photos on your personal websites. Use designated file servers for this.

2. When signing up anywhere, make sure to use a dummy email; hotmail / gmail.. what ever as long as it's free and easy to use for you. Use separate dummy mails for forums, news site, Paypal !!!!!, dating profiles. Why, that seems like a lot of trouble?!
Well, I've noticed that even though a profile isn't public somewhere, google can sometimes still index it and unintentionally leave your email visible through a simple search.

3. Alternate between 2 or more passwords. If you can memorize them that's perfect. Don't use something like your dogs / daughters / wifes / husband name / birthdate / etc.
It can be as simple as: slimehog35 (which means nothing to me, I just caught two words out of the dark)

4. Try to refrain from posting too much info about yourself on profiles like facebook or forums, ie. telephonenumber, business mail. Why do you need to anyways? The people you know and might be the most obvious to contact you probably already have that information.
If someone new wants to contact you, well, if they can't be bothered to send you and in-site mail then I guess it really wasn't that important after all.

5. When you've done like Fos wrote, then get Zonealarm. It's really really good, and should you be unlucky to get something in anyways, then Zonealarm not only blocks incomming traffic but it asks permission from you to allow outgoing traffic.
I've stopped quite a few malware with this deal

6. Do not open emails from people you don't know, which have attachments on it. Especially if the title is something like "new viagra cheap huge long forever better sex"
Well, that should be a given

7. Clean out cookies and cache of your browser every single time you shut down your browser. Many popups and malware operate through the help of cookies and downloaded webfiles. If you didn't have a defense system and you didn't empty those cookies / cache, you might get something loaded into the system when the computer restarts.

I bet we could share more of these... please do. I'm trying to keep up my guards.

posted on Jun, 18 2008 @ 06:20 AM
Thank you for your wise words and support. Perhaps they should make posts like these a 'sticky' on all message boards, just to warn everyone before they register.

In case you are interested there is some information about the Order of Nine Angels here:

which has some relevance.

posted on Aug, 15 2008 @ 01:25 AM
reply to post by fosdyke

This guy is a serious serial stalker, who has been harassing Myatt for years, who anonymously posts libelous information about Myatt - or who tries to be clever and links to other libelous information. Sometimes this stalker tries to be even more clever and so does not directly name his intended target - the victim of his own harassment - but instead gives links to items which do name his victim. Devious, or what? Fitting the profile of a stalker, of someone who is harassing someone else? Certainly.

So the person who is writing about harassment is actually harassing someone. Nice!

He's been posting the same stuff about the same person for years on forums all over the world. All anonymously of course. How very heroic.

His latest paranoid wheeze is about Myatt hacking into the computers of disabled people and then harassing them.

He's been asked many times to debate these lies of his on the Islamic Awakening forum where Myatt's Muslim friends can reply to him in person. He's hasn't done so and we all know why.

He's been asked many times to give the Police incident number since he alleges he's reported claims of such hacking to the Police. He hasn't done so - because he hasn't got one and is a fantasist.

He gives no evidence whatsoever for any of his claims - only links to sites which make allegations without providing evidence.

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