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JL2
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April 4th, 2011 at 6:29:08 AM permalink
Quote: Mosca

That's not true at all. I found out tuttigym's name, address, and phone number by entering "tuttigym" into Google. The place where he's registered that user name no longer carries the profile link, he must have changed it to private.

If I cared enough, I could probably find about a third of the regular users here in a couple hours each, but it isn't important to me. And I'm an internet sleuth nincompoop. The people who are really good at it, you don't have a chance against them. They'll be having pizzas and porn sent to your house in 15 minutes.



If a person uses an anonymous internet name and wishes his or her personal details to remain private, they are and cannot be accessed without a court order. If a person such as tuttigum registers that information then it is public access. But he may be spoofing you and you'd never know. None of it could be true.

I challenge anyone here of those who "are really good at it" to send a pizza delivered by a hooker to both my house and yours in the next 24 hours.
Mosca
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April 4th, 2011 at 6:31:14 AM permalink
About 5-6 years ago, someone posted a video of himself driving his WRX at over 100mph through rush hour traffic. Before nightfall of the same day, the users at nasioc.com had his name, address, phone numbers (land, cell, and work) where he worked, his boss' name, satellite photos of his apartment complex, and pictures of him drinking with his girlfriend.
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Mosca
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April 4th, 2011 at 6:35:33 AM permalink
Quote: JL2

If a person uses an anonymous internet name and wishes his or her personal details to remain private, they are and cannot be accessed without a court order. If a person such as tuttigum registers that information then it is public access. But he may be spoofing you and you'd never know. None of it could be true.



Sure, that could be. But the easiest way to find something out isn't by cracking it; it's by asking for it. The most common way to find something is to trust that the person believes no one will find it.

For example, from the nasioc forum (I starred out some letters and numbers):

-Starting in Dec 1989 Taylor and his parents, Raymond and Stacy lived at:
2853 Timber Dr, Grapevine, TX 76051

-It appears in July 2000 sometime, the house was transferred to Stacy.

-Then in January 2001 she filed for divorce and it looks like Ray moved out.

-It looks like he moved into what appears to be his current residence:
2400 Glade Rd, Colleyville, TX 76034

-On 4th of July 2004 Ray got re-married to Catherine Anne McCauley who formerly lived at:
2318 Dove Meadow Ct, Grapevine, TX 76051

-But, she moved in with Ray (I assume), and sold her house to William Freckman in Oct 2004.

-Then in Dec 2004 or so, Mom sold the house on Timber Dr. and moved into her new house at (her name is misspelled V******p on the Tax account):
1610 Maxwell Ct, Euless, TX 76039

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Mom's current address:
1610 Maxwell Ct, Euless, TX 76039

Dad's (and I assume Step-Mom) current address:
2400 Glade Rd, Colleyville, TX 76034

Though there is a C A Mccauley who owns a house at:
4010 Ambleside Ct, Colleyville TX 76034

And a current search on anywho.com for "T V******p" provides the following:
V******p, Taylor
428 Pecan Bend Dr
B******, ** 7****
8**-2**-6***
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Mosca
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April 4th, 2011 at 7:01:28 AM permalink
Here's another one. This thread lasted almost 4 years and 3000 posts. It was at about post #150 that the offender asked the forum to please stop calling his phone.

This is some really stupid driving...
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weaselman
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April 4th, 2011 at 7:01:47 AM permalink
Quote: DorothyGale

I helped start an ISP in the mid 90's somewhere around where I lived at the time ... before the big boys (e.g. cox) were providing. I owned a good piece of the ISP for many years ... sold it about 2005 for pennies on the dollar (well, to be precise, 3.7 cents on the dollar).

About being ethical ... isn't this what the discussion is all about? And, I am not above being unethical ... just ask the snails in my garden ...

--Ms. D.



Yeah, but this is beyond unethical. Using the ISP info without proper authorization is a felony.
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DorothyGale
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April 4th, 2011 at 8:57:31 AM permalink
Quote: weaselman

Yeah, but this is beyond unethical. Using the ISP info without proper authorization is a felony.

Oh, probably, yes. We were young zork-loving entrepreneurs who suddenly had access to power tools. There was some crazy stuff going on. It was the wild west -- Compuserve and AOL were the national competitors -- there was only one other ISP in the little town I lived in. We quickly grew to over 8000 customers and I was in the field installing winsock in client computers so they could run SLIP (which put us way ahead of everyone else). We ran the ISP on Solaris 2.4 with about 100 modems before we got our first T-1. I was one of the system admins. I remember early on there was an offer to buy us out for $2M. Sigh.

That was a long time ago. We were all much younger then.

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MathExtremist
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April 4th, 2011 at 8:59:33 AM permalink
Quote: Mosca

About 5-6 years ago, someone posted a video of himself driving his WRX at over 100mph through rush hour traffic. Before nightfall of the same day, the users at nasioc.com had his name, address, phone numbers (land, cell, and work) where he worked, his boss' name, satellite photos of his apartment complex, and pictures of him drinking with his girlfriend.


Interesting coincidence that the acronym for the North American Subaru Impreza Owners Club (NASIOC) is an anagram of "CASINO".
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teddys
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April 4th, 2011 at 11:29:40 AM permalink
Quote: Mosca

Let's start with EvenBob in upstate New York.

Don't think so. Bob has pretty much said that he lives in Kalamazoo.
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buzzpaff
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April 4th, 2011 at 11:33:05 AM permalink
Quote: teddys

Don't think so. Bob has pretty much said that he lives in Kalamazoo.



And we ars supposed to believe Kalamazoo is not a fictional town ?? How would a town get named Kalamazoo ??
thecesspit
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April 4th, 2011 at 11:40:00 AM permalink
Home of the Kalamazoo Wings of the ECHL...
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