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    King Tutorial-ankhamun
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    Arrow Working on a Cyberstalking article

    I plan to start work on a tongue-in-cheek article on how to Cyberstalk someone. Basically, it will cover how to expand your knowledge about someone based on little bits of info like user name/email address, IP, given name, school or place of work, etc. using tools like who is, Google, NetBIOS sniffers, etc. Anybody have any good ideas on things/techniques I should mention? Iíll be sure to give you credit in the article if I use your ideas.

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    I'd rather be fishing DjM's Avatar
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    I have found tools like Canada411 to be very useful sources of info on person's and businesses Iron.

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    Iron, be careful how you go about doing this. The law is fuzzy in this area. You don't want to be inplicated as aiding in a felony.

    Just 2 cents worth pocketing.
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    I realize you put Google on the list already, but I think you might consider http://people.yahoo.com used to have some pretty interesting stuff.

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    King Tutorial-ankhamun
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    Originally posted here by thehorse13
    Iron, be careful how you go about doing this. The law is fuzzy in this area. You don't want to be inplicated as aiding in a felony.

    Just 2 cents worth pocketing.
    Point well take Horse, I just figured the best way to figure out how to protect yourself is to see how information can be found. I'll try to CMA as much as I can from a legal stand pont.

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    are you going to discuss anything about WHOIS? if your being cyber stalked you might want to know more about who is hosting them etc... http://www.arin.net/whois/
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    Yep, I plan to use Whois to find info, especially for folks you have their own domain name. (I'm Kind of vulnerable to this, but I don't want to pay for the extra service of hiding my info.)

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    There are thousands of skiptrace resources out there, especially in the US.

    For instance,

    Articles : http://www.pimall.com/nais/missingm.html

    Links : http://www.pimall.com/nais/SKIPTRACE.HTM
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    SQL injection into databases that dont provide some data, for instance telephone directories allow for forward lookup ie - number from name, but creative thinking can allow for looking up a name from a number. Theres plenty more uses of this idea....

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    Whois is kinda dull, any idiot can run whois and figure out what it means, hope you dont focus to much on this.

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    Its not so much about getting the information, but knowing what to do with it.

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    Deep Web Resources!!!

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    Phishing style info gathering - you might be able to email and get some information.

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    Friendsreunited and other reunited sites, they might of been i the forces, been at school some place, what about online people finders? there all over the place, theres a few free ones that give a little info. if there not on a site then prehaps they have a friend or a neighbour you can ring and get info from by being clever...

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    Well your signature should be included as well. Already you have much of my system info:

    Your IP: XX.XX.XX.XX
    Host Name: My ISP (which most anyone can tell it is ADSL)
    Platform: Linux i686
    Browser: enUSrv: 1.7.10 Gecho/20050715 Firefox/1.0.6 SUSE.
    ISP City: Winter Park


    Just $.02 worth.

    cheers
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