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    reporting web sites

    Is there any place or anyone using antionline.com collecting web sites which promote crackers, internet spying software and/or spamming applications for non-usa websites?

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    theres a few of our members with the fbi, if thats what your asking
    Bukhari:V3B48N826 “The Prophet said, ‘Isn’t the witness of a woman equal to half of that of a man?’ The women said, ‘Yes.’ He said, ‘This is because of the deficiency of a woman’s mind.’”

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    bmwsierra: What do you mean "collecting"? I don't understand your question exactly..

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    I have been getting emails which claim to spy on peoples systems and also web address which claim to teach you how to get into other peoples computers, providing info data and programs to do it and I don't know where or how to report this info. Abuse@websites never seem to work and having had my system attached , ie. emails going to people I never sent emails to. I am now very upset. This regardless of firewall and updated virus scanners etc.

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    theres a few of our members with the fbi, if thats what your asking
    The FBI did a good job with operation candyman in stopping child porn on the net. However I would be more worried about the NSA then the FBI.

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    Well, I would like to welcome you to AntiOnline. AntiOnline will not help you report anybody to any authorities, but will help you better help yourself. As you may know crackers seem to be one step ahead of the game, and this site was designed (in my mind) to help everybody from system administrators to end users better secure their systems in a horribly insecure computing world. Thus the tagline: "Hackers know the weaknesses in your system. Shouldn't you?"

    Here are some helpful links to get you started:

    Read your welcome e-mail

    JP's Fight Back! http://www.antionline.com/fight-back/ helps with the basics.

    www.google.com and if you do not know how to use it, try these links made by members: http://www.antionline.com/showthread...hreadid=230232 and http://www.antionline.com/showthread...hreadid=220247

    The Ultimate Newbie FAQ by Ennis: http://www.antionline.com/showthread...hreadid=218093

    That should keep you busy for a while

    As for your question regarding e-mails, spam can be a real pain in the ass... I would suggest forwarding the e-mails to your ISP so they can take a look at it. Also, NEVER reply to spam. It will just get worse.

    I hope this helps, and again, welcome!

    albn

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    I would suggest forwarding the e-mails to your ISP so they can take a look at it.
    Make sure you forward the e-mail as an attachment. The e-mail will contain important header information that the ISP will want. This header info is generally stripped off with a regular forward, but is preserved when forwarded as an attachment.
    If you receive something that says \'Send this to everyone you know,\' pretend you don\'t know me.

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    Thanks for the info on self protection. I've done all I can think off to keep my system safe but is that all that can be done?
    I still would like to know if anybody is collecting information on (or checking out web sites) that PROMOTE cracking, spying or spamming.

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    Yes, JP used to do that with Eye On The Underground. I wish he still did that. As for other sites doing that, I am not sure. That calls for Google!

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    thanks alittlebitnumb. In that case I'll keep searching and see what else and whoelse is out there.

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