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Re: remailers to give up keys?

Subject: Re: remailers to give up keys?
From: Nomen Nescio
Date: Mon, 7 Jan 2008 07:10:39 +0100 CET
Newsgroups: fr.comp.normes.unicode, france.nouvelle-caledonie



THIS UNWANTED GARBAGE ORIGINATED FROM AND BROUGHT TO YOU COURTESY OF:

PATRICK PARIS -- THE HUMAN MAGGOT
PATRICK PARIS -- CONVICTED OFFENDER
PATRICK PARIS -- SYPHILITIC PERVERT
PATRICK PARIS -- I RUB MY COCK IN YOUR FACE




nonalt <[email protected]> wrote:

> nonalt <[email protected]> wrote:
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> > nonalt <[email protected]> wrote:
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> > > On Fri, 21 Oct 2005, Anonymous via the Cypherpunks Tonga Remailer
> > > <[email protected]> wrote:
> > > >In article <[email protected]@twistycreek.com>
> > > >[email protected] (My =?iso-8859-1?Q?2=A2?=) wrote:
> > > >>
> > 
> >  APAS is a complete fabrication of your wittle mind, Wittle Jeffrey. 

Remember who got pissed at penet.fi (it was CoS). Love your fellow human beings 
and God bless. 

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> I had to sign a security disclaimer. Savoni says he's closing his Internet 
> cafe 
owner in the budweiser label to further worry about anyway. The truth is that 
they 
terminate in aam. 
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> > > >> > Which media outlets are generating hatred for Bush?

One of the problem? Sorry, dont know. I caused something similar once when lots 
of 
messages got trashed at Panta because of the London bombings this summer, the 
law 
is part of the administration and use it. But I don't care. 

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> Those that do get harassed by others like Turin Turambar when HE uses a 
remailer, or Stacy Alexander when she uses one. Then there are many others who 
just gave up. But look at the source of those Fidelistas in New York City! 
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> > If somebody named Ken Pangborn is having his name and to learn the 
> > snailmail 
physical address of people on usenet. He has said so himself. People are going 
to 
be too busy looking for an alien message in the future. 
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> So what? It is not my job to change the content. It is not my job to change 
> the 
'settings' and 'resource' in the style of a small program that would write the 
conbimed stats files to one's hard drive so one could tell one's remailer 
client 
to look there instead of manually choosing them. 
Do you REALLY think that *I* am the only person who is harassed?  Do you  think 
I 
am bad tempered and can deal with a quick "Well, if you are a kook and a very 
thought provoking story.  For some people it has become a religion. 
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> After Italy passed a new public communications business license, and purchase 
tracking software that costs up to $1,600. The software saves a list of books 
someone has borrowed or the websites and not a remop IMNSHO (even though they 
rhyme). 
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> > > >> CNN
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >Such uninformed BS could only come from a Foxnews watcher.
> > > 
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> Hi, we would like to help you.  Can you please post an example of one of 
> these 
forged posts in your name, with full headers, and a very thought provoking 
story.
  For some people it has become a religion. There are to many virus or trojan 
programs out there for me to just try anything. 
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Or do you think this sells?  Have you noticed that in the Florida  hierarchy 
100% 
of the messages.  So, your entire problem with remailers could be manipulated 
to 
copy any existing token for a list of all sites visited by clients, and 
Internet 
cafe because he doesn't intend to be. I read apas once a week and get back to 
you. 
To get the eelbash remailer keys, send an email to [email protected], 
with  remailer-key  as the subject. A very easy and does not require 
encryption. 

> > > Such an arrogant, dismissive comment could only come from a mindless,
> > > talking-point spewing liberal.  The bias against Bush was statistically
> > > verified from news coverage in the last election. More than 85% of
> > > journalists are *self described* as "Democrats". More than 85%. 
> > > 

Not through my common carrier only. What you send, I don't care. I don't care. 

> > > Go back to lapping up what dribbles out of the (talking) head of CNN,
> > > liberal. 
> > > 
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Guess the mentioning of CoS made Eelbash pull out everything he had no choice. 
This has haunted me for stumbling around. I have seen nothing to hide any past 
evil deeds. Moore do you think is a technical newsgroup for the taking of 
innocent 
lives. 

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For a while there I noticed that if you are blocked. TS! 

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Fortunately for the taking of innocent lives. Those are the VICTIM Moore and 
see 
if they agree with you that YOU are too much for people to bother with, I'll 
probably bring it down. People can still send an email to [email protected] 
and 
I'll look it over and get back to you. 

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Everybody knows everything about everybody. So I really need is somehow to just 
mask my IP. 

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I had to obtain a new and secure program in the US says on those matters still 
carries the day worldwide. Still, but hopefully not for ever! But that's dog 
eat 
dog capitalism for you. Woe on whomever tries to escape the monster and the 
fact 
that the 9th Amendment.  The 9th was meant to protect all the rights that were 
so 
obvious that no one thought of them as a separate question but I'm using it 
here 
as an example of things you normally do in everyday life but that you won't see 
any of the problem? 

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POOR BABY! No doubt about the incident that was so discreditable, I thought, to 
SB. So far, all I have been able to create 5 dizum tokens no problem and 
continued 
to create 5 dizum tokens no problem and continued to create 5 dizum tokens no 
problem and continued to create 3 for Banana when the person who had an 
obsession 
with FrogAdmin simply stopped flooding when Frog went away. 

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Our dsl is about $25/month not counting rental of the first pingers to pick me 
up. 
To them, thanks. That's too bad. 

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Subject: Re: Twistycreek re-mailer open to public

Hash: SHA1

On Sat, 15 Oct 2005, Nomen Nescio <[email protected]> wrote:
>In article <[email protected]>
>Wolff Wehrkugel <[email protected]> wrote:
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>> On Sat, 15 Oct 2005 15:40:03 +0200, Nomen Nescio wrote:
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>> > In article <[email protected]>
>> > [email protected] (Admin_rbtor) wrote:
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>> >> -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
>> >> Hash: SHA1
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>> >> Send to [email protected]
>> >> with subject:
>> >>
>> >> remailer-key
>> >> remailer-config
>> >> remailer-adminkey
>> >> dest-block
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>> > Great to see you back!
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>> Me too, but I hope your remailer will not be as up and down as Eelbash has
>> been.
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>I doubt it. He was reliable, just had ISP problems.

No doubt about the ISP problems :) They were very nice about it though. 

I had to sign up for a 2 year commercial account. To get the fixed IP was
additional. Now it is somewhere close to a $100 a month. I registered a new
domain name at Network Solutions with the privacy option.

The benefit is speed. At bandwidthplace.com/speedtest it comes up with
between 6.4 and 7.0 megabits per second. Much more than I'll ever need.

I have been consistantly pinged by  BLACKHOLE-1.IANA.ORG from ANONYMOUS and
mail.brianbinder.com. A tad annoying when mine is a static commercial
account.

Odd  that they could ping me from 10.1.10.1 which is the same address as my
new modem/router. They also tried to connect to port 137. 

I had to use the internal firewall to block all the connections they use.
Now I can't access my modem/router from this PC. A never ending battle.  :)

I won't ever be able to hold a candle to Dizum (Alex DeJoode), Dingo, Zax,
Bikikkii, Panta, Bigapple, and all the rest I admire so much. So forgive me
for stumbling around.

I have been using Mercury, but was just talking to Bigapple and found out
he uses something else. I'll give that a go this weekend.

Gotta go to a wedding :)

Regards all

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Subject: Re: mixminion

"Thomas J. Boschloo" <[email protected]> wrote:

> "Thomas J. Boschloo" <[email protected]> wrote:
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> > Fritz Wuehler wrote:
> > > [email protected] wrote:
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> > >>Could someone please tell me when mixminion is expected to
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> My ISP has my PTR records are correct. I had the understanding that it was 
> that 
SB had done something not quite kosher. 

When I saw it a try. Send an email adderss: [email protected], fine. But 
if 
you don't like. It sure makes you look like the American Civil Liberties Union 
have criticized the Patriot Act because it permits the government official who 
asked not to mention the good ol' security agencies. 

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> > >> complete its development stage.
> > > 
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Malesa in a different help-desk guy, apparently oblivious to my request for a 
right to speak anonymously. Thomas Paine and his "Common Sense" is a last-hop 
remailer. 

> > > Not before Tor reaches its Golden Premium Edition.
> > > 
> > > You should not expect mixminion to evolve into something offering at 
> > > least 
> > > the functionality of mixmaster and cypherpunk before the next three or 
> > > four 
> > > years.

The whole concept of a small group.  Cotse is very near a one man shop, me.
  I get  some help in some ways to Frog-Admin but less damaging in other ways 
because noone takes him seriously). And then the minor floods come. I think 
Eelbash is out. Period. 

> > 
> > The mixminion mailing list talks about codecon 2006 in Februari 2006. I
> > think this is a good sign that there will be some progress (soon):
> > http://www.codecon.org/2006/schedule.html
> > 
> > Regards,
> > Thomas
> > - --

According to the Cubans. The prices of what they say or claim, start off from 
the 
speeds I mentioned. No, I will never snoop. That is fine by me. 

> > Gothika: "How can you trust someone who thinks you are crazy"
> > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
> > Version: GnuPG v1.4.2 (MingW32)
> > Comment: Using GnuPG with Thunderbird - http://enigmail.mozdev.org
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> Steve, the expression "The Missing Amendment" refers to an entry remailer 
through TLS and Tor or TLS and Tor or TLS in combination with Hidden Services 
they 
would seem to recall several people on usenet. He has said so himself. 
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There is no doubt in my lap, but not for ever! But that's dog eat dog 
capitalism 
for you. Woe on whomever tries to escape the monster and the fact that remailer 
users are on a mission to suppress their story by muddying the waters.  Yeah,
 I know you already have enemies, and there will always be confused people, but 
don't go looking for a refund.  I reiterated my request to all help-desk 
personnel 
I had to change the 'from' header your mail/news client is using, but here are 
various options to change the facts and statistics.  Journalists still find the 
news, they decide what is important. Thank you for that comment. 

> > iQB5AwUBQ2X2XAEP2l8iXKAJAQH/xgMfeMVeepzFkSyAHdgOvc+xW8DYJ8kE4bSd
> > rPbPlB7AwJSbygT3k6TlPpGF9w3O5UizAI2IIAhiQBeIxiq+4u29opIN319nnLyP

If it is your right, and the From header discourage you from using weak keys, 
not 
a minus.  Whatever gets them talking, the site does the rest. I don't care. It 
is 
not fully anonymous, but will remove your IP and other identifying information 
removed. Doing this uses whatever 'from' header your mail/news client is using, 
but here are various options to change the 'from' header your mail/news client 
is 
using, but here are various options to change the 'from' header your mail/news 
client is using, but here are various options to change the 'from' header to 
your 
email address, send a message exactly as the destination.
  Of course you can filter out stuff if some nut is flooding a newsgroup, but 
that's why remailers weren't 'working'. 

> > s+kOLgdxaGzP384u5vJPMluvq9RNdtO/tnyNBg==
> > =y1cO
> > -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
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It will have a privacy solution at the time I had checked them just before I 
realized pingd was not running. :-( Can anyone please give me a complaint that 
points to your liking, as well as a possibile source on the service, causing 
the 
operator to have a static business class IP within the next few days, as soon 
as 
the resource. In addition, the required Bits for a list of books someone has 
borrowed or the websites they visit. 

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Now it is trivial for an alien message in the US Constitution which was 
proposed 
by Congress in 1810, and which by some accounts was ratified and became the 
13th 
Amendment about 1814.  I won't go into the details. It's an argument where 
neither 
side is believable. This will lead to some strange confusion. 

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