The old .com version of this web site can be accessed HERE This is no longer updated, but all the old pages not linked here are still there
HERE IS THE KEY: Look at your minute by minute web traffic hits. If you have a large web site, minute by minute will provide a sample that gives good results. If your web site is small, this will be much harder to see. Your web traffic should fluctuate enormously minute by minute and not stay static with the same hits per minute. They screwed up their algorithms when they attacked this web site and made it OBVIOUS if someone figured out where to look for tampering.
Here is an example of why this works:
Go to a mall and count the people walking the main corridor, USING SHORT TIME INTERVALS, NOT LONG ONES. Limit your counting to a minute per sample. You will discover that one minute, perhaps only 30 people will walk by, and another minute 200 people will walk by, and another minute, 500 may pass by you, it all depends upon the surges in traffic and your web site, which has the world as a corridor will have exactly the same short sample time interval traffic fluctuations. If your hits stay at 300 +-10 a minute every minute minute after minute, your web traffic HAS TO be at least partially synthetic. That is exactly how a stupidly programmed computer will fake it. This is how I nailed them faking hits to this web site, I have always watched the traffic monitor frequently and noticed it suddenly stayed at 300 hits per minute +-10. When I checked the IP's that were accessing, they were still apparently random but HAD TO be at least partially faked. IMPORTANT TO NOTE: you cannot confirm your web site is offline to 95 percent of the world by calling friends, family, acquaintances or even changing locations and if you think a proxy is going to help you you are LOST. They know what your range is based on your file, they know who you will call for troubleshooting based on what is in your file, they will PREVENT YOU FROM EVER GETTING THE ANSWER based on what is in your file, they have a body slam on you and you will NEVER figure it out, if you fly from Houston to Orlando to check from Orlando they will know you bought a plane ticket and make it work where you are going. ALL WARNING E-MAILS AND COMMUNICATIONS WILL BE CENSORED, and you will NOT be notified.
My response: A close acquaintance of mine is a doctorate of pharmacology, who said all this and that is the basis of what is on this web site. It cannot get any more forensic than that. This site is the tip of the spear with many things.
This is a mail to confirm your page HEADS UP TO THOSE OF YOU WHO CAN . . Yes, I have received it and understand your logic that if their systems are working, I would be receiving this, however I have endeavoured to mail you several times to both of your addresses on April 24 and 25 and repeatedly got the message
"An error occurred while sending mail. The mail server responded: KxE21q0084gGHPW01xE3Tl message rejected due to spam or virus. If you believe this is in error please login to your portal or contact your ISP support team.. Please check the message and try again."
I am sending again do not know if this will reach you. This is definitely something associated with mails to you being blocked as I have never had a similar message when mailing anyone else.
I actually did manage to finally get my mail boxes secure, and the tribe responded by using spam filters to prevent anything from arriving at all because they could not get in to do selective deletes (which were pretty broad no less).
Thanks for the heads up. Working on it.
This Connection is Untrusted
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