Saturday, February 21, 2015

KNOW ANYONE IN IRELAND?

Someone in Ireland is trying to hack JungleWatch. Know anyone? Let's find him.


19 comments:

  1. Couple of seminarians from Ireland at RMS.

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  2. Looks like someone using orbot

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  3. They may have spoofed the IP address using things like TOR router (i.e., they may even be Guam people trying to hide themselves...).

    Anyway, how did they exactly guess your password?

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    1. According to google they did, but apparently other security measures stopped them. New password now.

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    2. Google is great about catching logins from unfamiliar accounts. But I would suggest making the password a lot harder and refrain from giving it out to anyone.

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  4. Tim, for what purpose would someone in Ireland want to hack the website.?

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    1. Are their Kiko's in Ireland?

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    2. Are two family in missione . they are brothers. One in Guam and one in Ireland. It's possibile????

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    3. I am sure the Kikos what the junglewatch website down to ensure that they can publish their own propaganda and to stop people from speaking and hearing the truth.

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    4. Why hack this site.?...just start your own...

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  5. Pastor of Santa Rita IS self admitted professional hacker. Professional and hacker don't sound good together.

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  6. Are two brothers from Venice

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  7. Neos in Ireland more than 30 years, God help us.

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    1. Yes actually a very active one is Father Neil O'Donoghue, who has his own column here and is a protege of Genarini and Co in New Jersey. He returned to teach at a RMS "house of learning" (I guess they did not get the affiliated seminary status there) after studying several years in NJ

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  8. The Chancery and the Kikos must be really scared now. They are trying to find out who are Tim's sources of information especially at the Chancery. So many people are willing to share the craziness happening on the hill and at CB.

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  9. Fire one at a time. When leaks stop. Then you have your mole. Won't be able to pay every one up there soon anyhow. : ((

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  10. Sadly, hacking into ANY website is not difficult if you've been trained or studied internet high level security and hacking protocols. White hat hacking is considered good hacking, Grey hacking is considered borderline (aka HACKTIVISTS, Example, anti-whaling activists, etc.), and black hats hackers are just BAD. It all starts with some type of social engineering which is a preemptive attack and then the attack mounts. It can take a few weeks to a few months but it can happen ANYTIME.

    IF the Paster from Santa Rita is doing this, HE KNOWS that what he is doing is UNETHICAL and it is also a cyber crime that can be prosecuted (if proven) and it is a serious offense.

    I only needed to be told once by the FBI 20 years ago that what I was doing was a crime (hacking) and that I can be prosecuted. Since then, I have only been a "white hat" hacker, nothing more.

    Cyber criminal intent or mischief is still a crime. It doesn't exclude you if you are from another country and in the United States. Good luck in covering your tracks if you are the "cyber hacker". There are MANY ways to find you and you know what they are. Tread cautiously on this website if I were YOU!

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  11. Website in Croatian www.paxtibi.net, which is critically dealt with Neocatechumenals was removed from the server after they started translating texts from this blog.

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    1. I had noticed the site www.paxtibi.net was down. I wondered what had happened. I am sorry they were removed from the sever. The NCW has people in powerful places. I guess not all believe in the freedom of speech. I hope they decide to start a new blog in the future.

      A few of their posts can be read via google cache, if interested.

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