Krypt3ia

(Greek: κρυπτεία / krupteía, from κρυπτός / kruptós, “hidden, secret things”)

Archive for August 10th, 2007

Wakey Wakey…

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Republican calls for email and IM monitoring

Thats a lot of log space…Can you say encryption?

ISPs would have to keep records of emails, IM and website visits

A bill introduced to the US House of Representatives would require ISPs to record all users’ surfing activity, IM conversations and email traffic indefinitely.

The bill, dubbed the Safety Act by sponsor Lamar Smith, a republican congressman from Texas, would impose fines and a prison term of one year on ISPs which failed to keep full records.

“A crime is still a crime, whether it occurs on the street or on the internet,” said Congressman Smith.

“In this age of increasing digital and technological sophistication, cyber-crimes and cyber-terrorism pose a serious threat to the US. Law enforcement and the private sector must be prepared to deal with these crimes.”

The bill includes a separate clause that would force the owners of sexually explicit websites to include warning labels on their web pages, or face jail.

Also included is a 20-year “jail tariff” for anyone ordering child pornography that crosses state borders, with a $150,000 fine for the ISP that allowed the transaction to take place.

Meanwhile… Back at the ranch…

NSA to spy on 38% of world telecom traffic
Author: Ian Grant
Posted: 16:27 09 Aug 2007

The US National Security Agency now has the legal right to monitor some 38% of the world’s telephone, data and internet traffic without requiring a judicial warrant.

George W Bush signed the relevant legislation last Sunday.

According to Telegeography, a research firm that monitors telecommunications traffic flows, some 38% of the world’s total telecommunications traffic starts or finishes in the US. This is down slightly from 43% in 2003.

“In 2005 (the latest year for which we currently have voice traffic data), approximately 29% of non-US voice traffic transited through a US hub. This is up noticeably from the 20% share in 2002,” said Tim Stronge, a Telegeography spokesman.

This is not really news to me. They have had this capability all along really. The internet backbone is here after all. Its just that they are finally “saying” that they can and will monitor it, instead of just monitoring it and not admitting to it.

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2007/08/10 at 19:27

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MTC Firestairs

Canon EOS 350D
Hoya R72
18-55mm

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2007/08/10 at 19:13

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MTC Firestairs

Canon EOS 350D
Hoya R72
18-55mm

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2007/08/10 at 19:13

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Depot IR
Mansfield Depot Restaurant (Whats left)

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2007/08/10 at 17:42

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Thick As A Roux…

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I swear, as I continue to look into this whole debacle I just am amazed at the web weaved by these people. After hearing that the manager previous to the stalker had a possible connection to the actual robbery of the station, had been living with the stalker, and had a boyfriend who had a large rap sheet, I did a little background.

What you see above is just one entry for the background on the boyfriend “Pedro” Pedro has been a very naughty boy indeed. The system kicked out 70 criminal records for him as well as 5 alias names. Almost all of these arrests were Felony drug charges. It seems our boy has been in and out of jail from the 80’s up til about 2003. Now, coincidence that he is the former managers boyfriend, a trafficker of narcotics, who is with the manager of a store that had a funky robbery that is unsolved?

On the surveillance front I sat at the court and waited on the stalker to appear for her son’s court case. She was late, but pulled in and went inside. I pulled up next to her car and inspected it for damage. There was none to be seen that may lead to the idea that it was the car that was used to run over the mail box. Once inspected, I sat myself down and had a nice conversation on the phone with a friend as I watched for her to come out. In due time she did, along with another older lady and hopped in her car. They left and I had my close encounter to see the stalker up close and personal. No need for long distance, and she did not seem to notice me.

The forensic accountant is doing his thing and hopefully Monday will have an answer as to just how much money is missing from the store. Once that has been done, then the clients can go to the cops. I on the other hand, have begun placing all my data into a report for the clients/cops/lawyers so when they start asking, they can have it in hand. We’ll see what they do really though. So far they have not been stellar, but I also realize they work within certain parameters too.

Meanwhile, I have begun to plot out some social engineering scripts and a nasty little plan on how to turn them all against each other. The stalker has her phone online and I messaged her a while ago mentioning her trip to the court and that she needs to choose her friends more wisely (per the Pedro thing)… No response as yet. Suffice to say, that at this point the stalking has stopped for the most part. The clients have had some hang up calls (mouth breather) but thats it. No more threats to the acct I am logged onto, nor any physical manifestations. So I would have to say that for the present the pressure is off, but I have them secured now. Cameras will be in place Monday, alarms all set, perimeter wise they are good to go.

Let the games begin…

Did I mention that I signed up the stalker and her hubby for KKK information? Yeah, and also said to call their house if they liked to chat…

Wonder how that went over….

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2007/08/10 at 16:23

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