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Cary will release your IP
Posted by: Vzvb ()
Date: April 26, 2016 06:34AM

Just FYI, Cary was quoted in an article saying that he will release IP addresses behind individual comments to the police.

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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: No he didn't say that ()
Date: April 26, 2016 06:36AM

Where? Link? Source?

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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: You betcha! ()
Date: April 26, 2016 06:36AM


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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: giujvut ()
Date: April 26, 2016 06:42AM

I wouldn't be surprised if the recently released from jail FFXU stalker has gotten himself into more problems related to this

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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: 127.0.0.1 ()
Date: April 26, 2016 06:56AM

IP addresses are not like fingerprints. They can be changed virtually at will.

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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: But ()
Date: April 26, 2016 07:06AM

127.0.0.1 Wrote:
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> IP addresses are not like fingerprints. They can
> be changed virtually at will.

I doubt the average fire fighter knows how.

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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: You're dumb ()
Date: April 26, 2016 07:07AM

You're an idiot. Sure, an ip can be changed. Most ISP's use dynamic addressing, so you don't always have the same address associated with your home router. But to think that an ip couldn't be traced back to you at a later date is asinine.
Sure you can go through proxy. Go through enough proxies and it can be difficult to trace back to the true source. Difficult, but certainly not impossible.

But just keep typing /release and /renew behind your Comcast router. They'll never find you

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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: Ying Ko ()
Date: April 26, 2016 07:13AM

I sure would like to know what's in that note.

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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: 127.0.0.1 ()
Date: April 26, 2016 08:14AM

You're dumb Wrote:
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> You're an idiot. Sure, an ip can be changed.
> Most ISP's use dynamic addressing, so you don't
> always have the same address associated with your
> home router. But to think that an ip couldn't be
> traced back to you at a later date is asinine.
> Sure you can go through proxy. Go through enough
> proxies and it can be difficult to trace back to
> the true source. Difficult, but certainly not
> impossible. > But just keep typing /release and /renew behind
> your Comcast router. They'll never find you

Dial-up services assign dynamic IP's. Cable networks assign static IP's. This is why home firewalls became important. But all that the public IP address identifies is the node at the end of a network where a connection to the internet is made. It is like a hotel room number. It is associated with an ISP, not with a particular user at all.

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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: I hope you are reading this Cary ()
Date: April 26, 2016 08:26AM

If Cary ever game up my IP address, I would sue him until he had not even half a cent to his name.

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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: A.a.a.a ()
Date: April 26, 2016 08:33AM

Cary can give my IP to law enforcement all day long, because is didn't say a damn thing for or against that woman.

The troubling this is, if you even ask questions of all these seeking blood without any information, or call for waiting for an actual investigation before making assumptions, you get lumped in with the supposed bullies.

If that information gets out in some sort of wide casting dump, and an over zealous lawyer starts trying to lump everyone in with the original posters, then yes... I'll be owning a lot of people's inheritances before it's all said and done,

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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: weII ()
Date: April 26, 2016 08:39AM

A.a.a.a Wrote:
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> Cary can give my IP to law enforcement all day
> long, because is didn't say a damn thing for or
> against that woman.
>
> The troubling this is, if you even ask questions
> of all these seeking blood without any
> information, or call for waiting for an actual
> investigation before making assumptions, you get
> lumped in with the supposed bullies.
>
> If that information gets out in some sort of wide
> casting dump, and an over zealous lawyer starts
> trying to lump everyone in with the original
> posters, then yes... I'll be owning a lot of
> people's inheritances before it's all said and
> done,


At the absolute most he would only "release" those ips of the people behind the posts in that one particular thread, if you weren't posting about her or in that thead I'd imagine you have nothing whatsoever to worry about.

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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: .a.a.a.a ()
Date: April 26, 2016 08:53AM

weII Wrote:
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> A.a.a.a Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Cary can give my IP to law enforcement all day
> > long, because is didn't say a damn thing for or
> > against that woman.
> >
> > The troubling this is, if you even ask
> questions
> > of all these seeking blood without any
> > information, or call for waiting for an actual
> > investigation before making assumptions, you
> get
> > lumped in with the supposed bullies.
> >
> > If that information gets out in some sort of
> wide
> > casting dump, and an over zealous lawyer starts
> > trying to lump everyone in with the original
> > posters, then yes... I'll be owning a lot of
> > people's inheritances before it's all said and
> > done,
>
>
> At the absolute most he would only "release" those
> ips of the people behind the posts in that one
> particular thread, if you weren't posting about
> her or in that thead I'd imagine you have nothing
> whatsoever to worry about.



Like I said, if you (and I did) ask all those out for blood in that thread for proof that any firefighter was actually involved, I've been labeled as one of the original posters.

And again, Cary can give my IP to any law enforcement or govt investigation, because that's all I did. Call for people to shut the fuck up and not blame the FD until there was an actual investigation.


I don't believe Cary will just do a general IP dump, but if he does, I really look forward to any lawyer or anyone else who tries to "shame" me for asking questions.

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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: GiveMeABreak ()
Date: April 26, 2016 09:19AM

giujvut Wrote:
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> I wouldn't be surprised if the recently released
> from jail FFXU stalker has gotten himself into
> more problems related to this


Shut up Lizzie. Just STFU for once.

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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: dumbasses ()
Date: April 26, 2016 09:41AM

I hope you are reading this Cary Wrote:
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> If Cary ever game up my IP address, I would sue
> him until he had not even half a cent to his name.


Sue for what? Breach of contract? LOL

Quit acting like a friggin retard.

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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: Incomplete Story ()
Date: April 26, 2016 09:45AM

No reported abuse about that thread, and how do we know she ever read ANYTHING on this forum?

I failed to see anything posted in that thread that was bad enough to make anyone commit suicide.

I feel that there are other factors in her death that were the true catalyst to her self destruction - Yet to be revealed.

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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: uUyTw ()
Date: April 26, 2016 09:45AM

FFXU is not above the law - if he get's a lawful request, he will need to provide IP addresses. Just like the Canadian cease-and-desist order on the AM data.

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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: reading readerer ()
Date: April 26, 2016 10:02AM

Vzvb Wrote:
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> Just FYI, Cary was quoted in an article saying
> that he will release IP addresses behind
> individual comments to the police.


For anyone bothering to read the article, the OP's summary is not quite accurate. Cary said he would release the records if ordered to do so by a court. He said he "can" furnish IP info to law enforcement because he retains those records.


"Fairfax Underground moderator Cary Wiedemann said that anonymous posters can be identified and information can be supplied to law enforcement officers.

“I have and will continue to retain all IP addresses of Fairfax Underground posters indefinitely in case any court wishes to unmask the perpetrators of this abuse,” Wiedemann said in an email to The Huffington Post on Monday."

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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: Mike O'Meara Show Fan ()
Date: April 26, 2016 01:44PM

127.0.0.1 Wrote:
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> You're dumb Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > You're an idiot. Sure, an ip can be changed.
> > Most ISP's use dynamic addressing, so you don't
> > always have the same address associated with
> your
> > home router. But to think that an ip couldn't
> be
> > traced back to you at a later date is asinine.
>
> > Sure you can go through proxy. Go through
> enough
> > proxies and it can be difficult to trace back
> to
> > the true source. Difficult, but certainly not
> > impossible. > But just keep typing /release and
> /renew behind
> > your Comcast router. They'll never find you
>
> Dial-up services assign dynamic IP's. Cable
> networks assign static IP's. This is why home
> firewalls became important. But all that the
> public IP address identifies is the node at the
> end of a network where a connection to the
> internet is made. It is like a hotel room number.
> It is associated with an ISP, not with a
> particular user at all.

You don't understand how it works. The public-facing IP address (you still have to pay extra for static IP addresses, even with cable) is the hotel's street address, not room numbers.

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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: Wasn't lizzie ()
Date: April 26, 2016 01:48PM

GiveMeABreak Wrote:
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> giujvut Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > I wouldn't be surprised if the recently
> released
> > from jail FFXU stalker has gotten himself into
> > more problems related to this
>
>
> Shut up Lizzie. Just STFU for once.


That wasn't lizzie but this is.

I always make sure to use Michael Josef Basl's real name when calling him out as eesh the Henrico stalker.
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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: 127.0.0.1 ()
Date: April 27, 2016 11:42AM

Mike O'Meara Show Fan Wrote:
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> You don't understand how it works. The public-facing IP address
> (you still have to pay extra for static IP addresses, even with
> cable) is the hotel's street address, not room numbers.

Clown-speak. Your cable IP address is static unless you take steps to hide or change it. But it is STILL not associated with an individual user or PC. You cannot "block" people or PCs. You can only block whatever people and PC's happen to be accessing the internet through through a certain node.

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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: NotStatic ()
Date: April 27, 2016 12:56PM

127.0.0.1 Wrote:
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> Mike O'Meara Show Fan Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > You don't understand how it works. The
> public-facing IP address
> > (you still have to pay extra for static IP
> addresses, even with
> > cable) is the hotel's street address, not room
> numbers.
>
> Clown-speak. Your cable IP address is static
> unless you take steps to hide or change it.

Clown-speak. I didn't have to call up my ISP and ask them what IP, netmask, gateway, and nameservers to set on my router, I was dynamically assigned all of that using DHCP. Pretty sure this is how all ISPs are. It has a 24 hour lease time. That means after 24 hours, my router will contact the DHCP server. The DHCP server will then most likely give it the same IP, because there's no reason to change the IP every time the lease expires. That still doesn't make it a static IP, as it's being dynamically assigned.

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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: J7YVb ()
Date: April 27, 2016 01:08PM

NotStatic Wrote:
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> 127.0.0.1 Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Mike O'Meara Show Fan Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > You don't understand how it works. The
> > public-facing IP address
> > > (you still have to pay extra for static IP
> > addresses, even with
> > > cable) is the hotel's street address, not
> room
> > numbers.
> >
> > Clown-speak. Your cable IP address is static
> > unless you take steps to hide or change it.
>
> Clown-speak. I didn't have to call up my ISP and
> ask them what IP, netmask, gateway, and
> nameservers to set on my router, I was dynamically
> assigned all of that using DHCP. Pretty sure this
> is how all ISPs are. It has a 24 hour lease time.
> That means after 24 hours, my router will contact
> the DHCP server. The DHCP server will then most
> likely give it the same IP, because there's no
> reason to change the IP every time the lease
> expires. That still doesn't make it a static IP,
> as it's being dynamically assigned.


Doesn't matter. The ISP's keep logs for at least 1 year to comply with federal law. They know who is connecting to their network. Sure, you can leech off a neighbor's unsecured wireless, but those are now becoming rare. Generally available proxies also keep logs. Most TOR routers also keep logs for at least 30 days, some longer. If you hide behind a VPN that doesn't keep logs, you are pretty much anonymous AFTER THE FACT. Of course, if you're being actively monitored during the fact, you are not anonymous of course.

Harder and harder to stay anon these days and you'll most likely have pay for that privilege as any good vpn provider charges.

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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: Wrong! ()
Date: April 27, 2016 01:24PM

uUyTw Wrote:
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> FFXU is not above the law - if he get's a lawful
> request, he will need to provide IP addresses.
> Just like the Canadian cease-and-desist order on
> the AM data.


FFXU is not only above the law IT IS THE LAW. And we wield it with unquestionable authority. Can't believe Cary caved to some soft leftist Canadian turncoats.

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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: Concerned Citizen of FFXU ()
Date: April 27, 2016 02:42PM

Vzvb Wrote:
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> Just FYI, Cary was quoted in an article saying
> that he will release IP addresses behind
> individual comments to the police.


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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: Cary ()
Date: April 27, 2016 02:59PM

I only ever reveal IP addresses with a valid court order pursuant to Code of Virginia section 19.2-70.3: http://law.lis.virginia.gov/vacode/19.2-70.3/

A police officer can only apply for this type of order pursuant to an active criminal investigation.

I routinely reject requests for IP addreses without a binding court order. Similarly I always try to quash unfounded requests, especially those brought by civil discovery.

Over the 10+ years Fairfax Underground has been in existence I've only been forced to reveal IP addresses on a handful of occasions. I suspect that I will receive no such order in this case as there doesn't appear to be any reason for a criminal investigation.

Fairfax Underground must comply with all state and federal laws in order to remain viable, and to maintain Section 230 immunity: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Section_230_of_the_Communications_Decency_Act

- Cary (the admin)

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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: ....... ()
Date: April 27, 2016 03:01PM

Cary Wrote:
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> I only ever reveal IP addresses with a valid court
> order pursuant to Code of Virginia section
> 19.2-70.3:
> http://law.lis.virginia.gov/vacode/19.2-70.3/
>
> A police officer can only apply for this type of
> order pursuant to an active criminal
> investigation.
>
> I routinely reject requests for IP addreses
> without a binding court order. Similarly I always
> try to quash unfounded requests, especially those
> brought by civil discovery.
>
> Over the 10+ years Fairfax Underground has been in
> existence I've only been forced to reveal IP
> addresses on a handful of occasions. I suspect
> that I will receive no such order in this case as
> there doesn't appear to be any reason for a
> criminal investigation.
>
> Fairfax Underground must comply with all state and
> federal laws in order to remain viable, and to
> maintain Section 230 immunity:
> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Section_230_of_the_C
> ommunications_Decency_Act
>
> - Cary (the admin)




There you go, little warriors. Zero contact in the investigation from authorities.


Boom. Boom. BOOM.
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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: Ted the bartender ()
Date: April 27, 2016 03:09PM

Thanks Cary!
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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: Ying Ko ()
Date: April 27, 2016 03:53PM

People still won't get the bullying happened on Facebook.

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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: 127.0.0.1 ()
Date: April 28, 2016 10:56AM

NotStatic Wrote:
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> The DHCP server will then most likely give it the same IP,
> because there's no reason to change the IP every time the lease
> expires.

So to sum up, while all it actually identifies is the node on an ISP's network through which you attach to the internet, unless you take some action to change or hide your IP address, it will remain the same indefinitely. That's called being "static", as opposed for instance to the "dynamic" assignment that dial-up systems carry out in attaching a new address to each new connection as it is made, one that goes away as soon as you hang up.

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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: fcpsnews ()
Date: April 28, 2016 04:45PM

We did that once and the Judge made you do it. He also made you take down the infomation
Cary Wrote:
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> I only ever reveal IP addresses with a valid court
> order pursuant to Code of Virginia section
> 19.2-70.3:
> http://law.lis.virginia.gov/vacode/19.2-70.3/
>
> A police officer can only apply for this type of
> order pursuant to an active criminal
> investigation.
>
> I routinely reject requests for IP addreses
> without a binding court order. Similarly I always
> try to quash unfounded requests, especially those
> brought by civil discovery.
>
> Over the 10+ years Fairfax Underground has been in
> existence I've only been forced to reveal IP
> addresses on a handful of occasions. I suspect
> that I will receive no such order in this case as
> there doesn't appear to be any reason for a
> criminal investigation.
>
> Fairfax Underground must comply with all state and
> federal laws in order to remain viable, and to
> maintain Section 230 immunity:
> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Section_230_of_the_C
> ommunications_Decency_Act
>
> - Cary (the admin)

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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: Ying Ko ()
Date: April 28, 2016 05:50PM

Luckily, Cary stalled long enough for everyone to make copies and drop it all over the dark web.

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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: senseless ()
Date: April 28, 2016 05:56PM

I hope you are reading this Cary Wrote:
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> If Cary ever game up my IP address, I would sue
> him until he had not even half a cent to his name.




He already doesn't have half a cent to his name.

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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: 3LmWT ()
Date: April 28, 2016 06:26PM

J7YVb Wrote:
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> NotStatic Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > 127.0.0.1 Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > Mike O'Meara Show Fan Wrote:
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > > -----
> > > > You don't understand how it works. The
> > > public-facing IP address
> > > > (you still have to pay extra for static IP
> > > addresses, even with
> > > > cable) is the hotel's street address, not
> > room
> > > numbers.
> > >
> > > Clown-speak. Your cable IP address is static
> > > unless you take steps to hide or change it.
> >
> > Clown-speak. I didn't have to call up my ISP
> and
> > ask them what IP, netmask, gateway, and
> > nameservers to set on my router, I was
> dynamically
> > assigned all of that using DHCP. Pretty sure
> this
> > is how all ISPs are. It has a 24 hour lease
> time.
> > That means after 24 hours, my router will
> contact
> > the DHCP server. The DHCP server will then most
> > likely give it the same IP, because there's no
> > reason to change the IP every time the lease
> > expires. That still doesn't make it a static
> IP,
> > as it's being dynamically assigned.
>
>
> Doesn't matter. The ISP's keep logs for at least
> 1 year to comply with federal law. They know who
> is connecting to their network. Sure, you can
> leech off a neighbor's unsecured wireless, but
> those are now becoming rare. Generally available
> proxies also keep logs. Most TOR routers also
> keep logs for at least 30 days, some longer. If
> you hide behind a VPN that doesn't keep logs, you
> are pretty much anonymous AFTER THE FACT. Of
> course, if you're being actively monitored during
> the fact, you are not anonymous of course.
>
> Harder and harder to stay anon these days and
> you'll most likely have pay for that privilege as
> any good vpn provider charges.

Are you serious? There is no shortage of unsecured and public wireless access points. They are literally everywhere.

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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: pbMHT ()
Date: April 28, 2016 06:31PM

3LmWT Wrote:
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> J7YVb Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > NotStatic Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > 127.0.0.1 Wrote:
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > > -----
> > > > Mike O'Meara Show Fan Wrote:
> > > >
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > >
> > > > -----
> > > > > You don't understand how it works. The
> > > > public-facing IP address
> > > > > (you still have to pay extra for static
> IP
> > > > addresses, even with
> > > > > cable) is the hotel's street address, not
> > > room
> > > > numbers.
> > > >
> > > > Clown-speak. Your cable IP address is
> static
> > > > unless you take steps to hide or change it.
> > >
> > > Clown-speak. I didn't have to call up my ISP
> > and
> > > ask them what IP, netmask, gateway, and
> > > nameservers to set on my router, I was
> > dynamically
> > > assigned all of that using DHCP. Pretty sure
> > this
> > > is how all ISPs are. It has a 24 hour lease
> > time.
> > > That means after 24 hours, my router will
> > contact
> > > the DHCP server. The DHCP server will then
> most
> > > likely give it the same IP, because there's
> no
> > > reason to change the IP every time the lease
> > > expires. That still doesn't make it a static
> > IP,
> > > as it's being dynamically assigned.
> >
> >
> > Doesn't matter. The ISP's keep logs for at
> least
> > 1 year to comply with federal law. They know
> who
> > is connecting to their network. Sure, you can
> > leech off a neighbor's unsecured wireless, but
> > those are now becoming rare. Generally
> available
> > proxies also keep logs. Most TOR routers also
> > keep logs for at least 30 days, some longer.
> If
> > you hide behind a VPN that doesn't keep logs,
> you
> > are pretty much anonymous AFTER THE FACT. Of
> > course, if you're being actively monitored
> during
> > the fact, you are not anonymous of course.
> >
> > Harder and harder to stay anon these days and
> > you'll most likely have pay for that privilege
> as
> > any good vpn provider charges.
>
> Are you serious? There is no shortage of
> unsecured and public wireless access points. They
> are literally everywhere.

Misery is able to get around his ban with proxies, it's not tough to stay anon.

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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: Kayvaughn ()
Date: April 28, 2016 07:55PM

reading readerer Wrote:
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> Vzvb Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Just FYI, Cary was quoted in an article saying
> > that he will release IP addresses behind
> > individual comments to the police.
>
>
> For anyone bothering to read the article, the OP's
> summary is not quite accurate. Cary said he would
> release the records if ordered to do so by a
> court. He said he "can" furnish IP info to law
> enforcement because he retains those records.
>
>
> "Fairfax Underground moderator Cary Wiedemann said
> that anonymous posters can be identified and
> information can be supplied to law enforcement
> officers.
>
> “I have and will continue to retain all IP
> addresses of Fairfax Underground posters
> indefinitely in case any court wishes to unmask
> the perpetrators of this abuse,” Wiedemann said
> in an email to The Huffington Post on Monday."

Then why hasn't Cary released the Northman's IP after fat boy's lawyers asked him to?

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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: Te6VN ()
Date: April 28, 2016 08:13PM

Kayvaughn Wrote:
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> reading readerer Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Vzvb Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > Just FYI, Cary was quoted in an article
> saying
> > > that he will release IP addresses behind
> > > individual comments to the police.
> >
> >
> > For anyone bothering to read the article, the
> OP's
> > summary is not quite accurate. Cary said he
> would
> > release the records if ordered to do so by a
> > court. He said he "can" furnish IP info to law
> > enforcement because he retains those records.
> >
> >
> > "Fairfax Underground moderator Cary Wiedemann
> said
> > that anonymous posters can be identified and
> > information can be supplied to law enforcement
> > officers.
> >
> > “I have and will continue to retain all IP
> > addresses of Fairfax Underground posters
> > indefinitely in case any court wishes to unmask
> > the perpetrators of this abuse,” Wiedemann
> said
> > in an email to The Huffington Post on Monday."
>
> Then why hasn't Cary released the Northman's IP
> after fat boy's lawyers asked him to?


Cary just answered the question in the thread. There is no criminal case here. The case against John Doe is a civil on won't co-operate in that case. Especially since misery was banned for being a pedophile.

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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: Moreno. ()
Date: April 29, 2016 11:05AM

Misery, you care to weigh in on what cary said? This does not bode well for your search for John Doe or vexxxed. Very bad.


Posted by: jimmylegs ()
Date: April 19, 2016 12:55PM

Your ISP is going to be subpoenaed, Vexxxed, because you played a shell game reegarding your identity and you fit the profile of TheNorthman and have a connection to Monique (kissing her ass after she found out who you are).

Deal with it.



You need to make this happen in order to have any respect on this site.

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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: UvNnG ()
Date: April 29, 2016 07:32PM

Moreno. Wrote:
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> Misery, you care to weigh in on what cary said?
> This does not bode well for your search for John
> Doe or vexxxed. Very bad.
>
>
> Posted by: jimmylegs ()
> Date: April 19, 2016 12:55PM
>
> Your ISP is going to be subpoenaed, Vexxxed,
> because you played a shell game reegarding your
> identity and you fit the profile of TheNorthman
> and have a connection to Monique (kissing her ass
> after she found out who you are).
>
> Deal with it.

>
>
> You need to make this happen in order to have any
> respect on this site.


Most people find it impossible to have any respect for someone who has posted the disgusting vile filth that he has posted on here over the years.

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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: GermanSnow ()
Date: January 04, 2017 09:12AM

You're dumb Wrote:
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> You're an idiot. Sure, an ip can be changed.
> Most ISP's use dynamic addressing, so you don't
> always have the same address associated with your
> home router. But to think that an ip couldn't be
> traced back to you at a later date is asinine.
> Sure you can go through proxy. Go through enough
> proxies and it can be difficult to trace back to
> the true source. Difficult, but certainly not
> impossible.
>
> But just keep typing /release and /renew behind
> your Comcast router. They'll never find you


You're right, if you want to change fast IP address at home computer, there are good ways that might work for you. I bought here JONSGUIDE Modem Router with features up to 400Mbps on the fast band 2.4GHz .
1) Simply unplug or turn off your modem for about six minutes.
2) If you have in home or office a laptop, you can switch to a another IP address.

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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: Cary is no Jeff Steele ()
Date: January 04, 2017 09:50AM

I'm sure Cary has seen his fair share of stupid and inflammatory statements and remarks posted on here. At least he doesn't pull a Jeff Steele and ban you! I've been banned from even getting on that other site for years!

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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: Just curious ()
Date: January 04, 2017 10:38AM

GermanSnow Wrote:
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> You're dumb Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > You're an idiot. Sure, an ip can be changed.
> > Most ISP's use dynamic addressing, so you don't
> > always have the same address associated with
> your
> > home router. But to think that an ip couldn't
> be
> > traced back to you at a later date is asinine.
>
> > Sure you can go through proxy. Go through
> enough
> > proxies and it can be difficult to trace back
> to
> > the true source. Difficult, but certainly not
> > impossible.
> >
> > But just keep typing /release and /renew behind
> > your Comcast router. They'll never find you
>
>
> You're right, if you want to change fast IP
> address at home computer, there are good ways that
> might work for you. I bought here href="http://jonsguide.org/best-top-modem-router-c
> ombo-reviews/">JONSGUIDE
Modem Router with
> features up to 400Mbps on the fast band 2.4GHz .
> 1) Simply unplug or turn off your modem for about
> six minutes.
> 2) If you have in home or office a laptop, you can
> switch to a another IP address.


GermanSnow,
I'm just curious, not looking for trouble or anything. Just trying to learn.
The post you replied to is from April 2016. I'm curious why you replied to such an old post and how did you find that thread and post? Were you searching for something and it came up, if so what was the search? Were you just reading all the old posts? Again, just curious.

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Re: Cary will release your IP
Posted by: You may have noticed ()
Date: January 04, 2017 11:40AM

Lately there's be A LOT of old topics being churned up. Someone is just having fun recycling.

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