mojo wrote:....his words "we know you can't keep away, we've seen you", even though on 99% of the time i wasn't logging in at all. so how did they know i'd been visiting the site?
jack'sdead says - his work comp has jammed up every single time I go there. Sometimes the entire system has to be re-booted.
GigaShadow wrote:I was truely spooked. So I bought zonealarm pro and you won't beleive what I discovered. I found they had a tracking system on certain members including me. There is a cgi script run from a server that reports either by email or a webpage created to alert a system admin of a targeted IP as being active. This can be tracked as long as the target logs in and or there base IP appears on the alert list. They are tracking members. I think haliburton/hbr is is involved since the clown faced trio have to have a large financial backer to stay on top of things. They have to way to many things going for a nickle and dime operation.
ryguy wrote: Do you guys consider that "tracking members"?
ryguy wrote: And if so, why would Haliburton need to be involved? All I can see it requiring is a curious/nosy admin. But it's not like they can see anything you're doing off of the ATS forum, except with the whole ad/cookie thing - but ATS isn't the only guilty party there, Yahoo and Google do it to provide "targeted advertising". It's a good reason to clear your cache often.
ryguy wrote:I'm having a hard time seeing evidence of an overall conspiracy though. Could you guys spoon-feed me the evidence?
GigaShadow wrote:The fact only certain members have the cgi bug showing on there account tells the conspiracy enthusaist somethins up.
Knowing network and computer operating systems helps put the peices together. They operate multiple servers and the cgi bug comes from a hidden server that alerts the admin or whoever happens to be on duty to a suspect logged in user who is on there network.
They want to track you because you maybe on the fringe as an enemy combatant for the haliburton/hbr detention camps.
They have them built, now they want to fill up. Being a tracked suspect, I have had septic overload respond almost immediately to my queries about the tracking and other such threads. It's like they are on it almost right now.
This has just been alerted to the public domain.
Microsoft Security Bulletin MS08-067 – Critical
Vulnerability in Server Service Could Allow Remote Code Execution
Than there is "clickjacking"
Clickjacking allows an attacker to use one or more of several new attack scenarios to literally steal your mouse clicks. When you think you're clicking on a simple button — for example, to see the next page of an article — you may actually be giving the bad guys permission to do something entirely different, such as log on to your online checking account.
Ats maybe using this exploit. ---->"maybe"<----
[/quote]mojo wrote:i think someone at one time or another discovered a small (only a few pixels) bug or something once on ats, in the area where your avatar shows, wish i could remember what it was...i'll have to see if i can find that again, i'm pretty sure Bill admitted to its presence but down played the significance of it.
mojo sez- i think someone at one time or another discovered a small (only a few pixels) bug or something once on ats, in the area where your avatar shows
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