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207.155.252.31

207.155.248.4

207.155.252.12

128.241.180.132

 

here are their various ip's if anyone wants to do a neotrace

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I dont want to contact them for fear that the FBI might storm my crib within minutes of me emailing them.

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net miranda rights.....

 

"you have the right to not type anything, anything that you do type can be quoted, manipulated and used agaisnt you..."

 

"you have the right to a cable connection trial.."

 

"if you can not afford a cpu for your trial the state has provided some for your use at the library...."

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Originally posted by nomadawhat

net miranda rights.....

 

"you have the right to not type anything, anything that you do type can be quoted, manipulated and used agaisnt you..."

 

"you have the right to a cable connection trial.."

 

"if you can not afford a cpu for your trial the state has provided some for your use at the library...."

 

ahahahhaha

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bleh

 

the site is owned by networksolutions.com, so theyre just like a hackerwatch group i guess. heres some info:

 

Registrant:

Macrovision Corp (LOEONMPYFD)

2830 De La Cruz Blvd.

Santa Clara, CA 95050

US

 

Domain Name: NETPD.COM

 

Administrative Contact:

Administration, DNS (OIWVZAQWTI) dns-admin@macrovision.com

2830 De La Cruz Blvd.

Santa Clara, CA 95050

US

4085628400 fax: 123 123 1234

 

Record expires on 24-Sep-2004.

Record created on 26-Aug-2003.

Database last updated on 15-Oct-2003 16:52:24 EDT.

 

Domain servers in listed order:

 

NS1.MACROVISION.COM 192.156.198.199

NS2.MACROVISION.COM 192.156.198.194

NS3.MACROVISION.COM 194.193.194.137

 

______________________________________________________

 

too close to home

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thanks. to answer your question: i'm a lazty bum and i was wondering why they were trying to port scan my computer repeatedly...

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I've read about this in other forums, you aren't alone. How do you know when someone is scanning you?

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Can u explain to me why I am frequently connected to over 100 computers in the same IP range, usually from random corporations, on consecutive ports while no programs are connecting me to the internet?

 

Isn't cable internet a blast???

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hmm, i don't know unless microcrap might be running some services in the background

get spybot doa google search for it and see what spyware you have running...and get rid of it

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3rd times a charm

 

W32.HLLW.Wanado is a worm that spreads through the eMule file-sharing network

 

and W32.Spybot.Worm W32.Spybot.Worm is a detection for a family of worms that spreads using KaZaA file-sharing and mIRC. This worm can also spread to computers infected with common Backdoor Trojan Horses.

W32.Spybot.Worm can perform different backdoor-type functions by connecting to a configurable IRC server and joining a specific channel to listen for instructions.

 

basically it has a keylogger which sends personal data to an IRC channel and Allows unauthorized commands to be executed on an infected machine.

 

i almost got W32.Spybot.Worm from AIM i was chatting with a friend and then a message popped up that went like this "check out this new camera i am getting piC" i clicked it and it started downloading the virus. luckily i have realtime scan with my anti virus and it caught it immediately. so watch what u click can download even if it is from a friend cuz mine didnt know he had it. and get a good antivirus and firewall if u use your credit card online dont be cheap and lazy, and learn how to use them. damn hackers.

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