MATT QUINN AS JOE PRETENDS HE WORKS IN GLASGOW OH DEAR

 ###ON HOAXSTEAD

Joe Kerr

I’ve spoken to Police Officers who
actually ARE involved in tracking down online criminals. They tell me
it’s a complex process somewhat comparable to old-fashioned line-tracing
in the days of mechanical switching. – It’s possible, if they have
good reason, for the police to have a particular line ‘monitored’ but
even that doesn’t produce straightforward answers. I also have a
Brother who works for BT Outreach and have gleaned much of the following
from him………..

IP addresses are useful only to people like law enforcement….. At
best you’ll get the name of the ISP and a location within about 20 miles
of where the user is logged on from. Even an engineer for the firm
concerned has to go through another process which identifies THEM to
even get as far as the street cabinet….. And from there they need to
access other information to tie a particular line to a particular
subscriber! A user complaining or suspecting that their line is being
traced this way WILL result in the proverbial ton of bricks being
dropped on said staff member their team manger etc. etc. etc!

20 years ago when people were on dial-up, or even 12-15 years ago
before broadband became virtually standard, there is a slim chance an
engineer with access to an exchange could have pulled this off
unnoticed, but not now. There are data protection teams that monitor
and steward this sort of thing.

Besides which, most ordinary users have dynamic IPs; these change
every time their modem is reset and/or randomly by the exchange. To
trace an actual user, you’d need to be able to access the ISP’s logs and
tie-in a particular IP at a particular time to a particular subscriber;
which means the Data Protection Act and at least two different
databases kick in. The ISP need a good reason to give that information
out. – Something similar is true for those that, for whatever reason,
have a fixed IP. – i.e. maybe they run a server from that address and
line.

Having done that, you may just get to the building….. If its a
shared facility such as a cybercafe or a business centre; are there even
any logs as to who was logged in where and when? There must be dozens
of users and sub-users in the building I’m logged in from. And I believe
the building gets its telephone service via the estate landlord! And – I
can work just as well from the same ‘virtual machine’ from across the
street or 40 miles away back in Glasgow! – I simply type a particular
IP into my browser and log on via remote desktop!

 MATT YOU ARE A LYING PUSSY TWAT  YOU KEEP GIVING THE GAME AWAY

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