* Posts by CrazyCanuck

12 posts • joined 27 Aug 2015

It's time for a discussion about malvertising


"I'm willing to pay $50 a month for good news. Maybe $100 if it helps bring back investigative journalism. But for that kind of money I want diversity of opinion, thought, geographic coverage…I want news. Like it was in the old days when journalism was a profession to be feared."

Wearechange.org does real investigate journalism. Yes they do conspiracies however many of them turned out to be true.

New York jerks face $25K fines for hassling ex with fake caller IDs


They are in jail most likely due the bitch lying she was beaten by her husband or claimed child abuse or that they could no longer pay child support. it is highly unlikely they will be able to pay the fines if they are jail.

This is why men shouldn't marry because these women are evil. MGTOW all the way.

Google punts freebie DDoS shield to hacks, human rights worthies


I guess Steven Gibson could use this because he had another DDOS attack around Valentines day. He talks about it on Security Now. https://www.grc.com/sn/sn-547.pdf

CloudFlare CEO blasts Anonymous claims of ISIS terrorist support


Contact the authorities? The American government funded ISIS. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uKr6fWv1ASc

US National Vulnerability Database contained ... yup, an XSS vuln


Amazon.com and amazon.ca has an XSS vulnerability also. I reported but amazon has done NOTHING. I have scanned with unmaskparasites.com.

United Nations pledges to get everyone online… by 2030


The elite plan to chip us all and we are suppose to use these chips with cryptocurrency. This is already happening with a hacker who inserted a chip into his hand. It is rumoured that the bankers can take money from us without our permission and we will become slaves.

Amazon, GoDaddy get sueball for hosting Ashley Madison data


I guess Amazon and godaddy will hand over the information about the people who purchased their services?

Reg reader shares AshMad blackmail email about which he gives 'zero f***s'


I get this silly email:

Thank you for your interest. We understand that you are interested in learning more details that are tied to a specific email address. With 37 million users’ compromised in the leak, we’ve had an influx of requests to provide leak reports, deep web research reports and "UnTraceMe" requests.

If you are interested in getting a full research report (this contains every piece of data that was leaked and tied to a specific person), please click "Order Now" below. The report costs $19.95, and you will get the report INSTANTLY after payment. Along with the report, you will have the option of using our UnTraceMe service for FREE, in which, our private team will get your information secured and removed from the internet.


Sounds like a scam to me. I don't give a fuck. Sure I signed up to see if I knew someone on there. Some woman did message me but I never bothered to reply or read the message. Untraceme? LOL

French woman gets €800 a month for electromagnetic-field 'disability'


"I think it might have started out as nothing more than companies wanting to make profits, and wanting to keep their products in a positive light. Companies are allowed to make profits; I’m not opposed to that. And I imagine people genuinely thought these kinds of dangers from radiation weren’t possible, because the physics paradigm [at the time] said it wasn’t. But it has since been morphed into something worse. Now even the insurance industry is listening to scientists. Many companies are no longer providing coverage for health damage from cellphones."



Since the invention of radar, cell phone radiation was assumed to be harmless because it wasn't like X-rays. But a sea change is now occurring in the way scientists think about it. The latest research ties this kind of radiation to lowered sperm counts, an increased risk of Alzheimer's, and even cancer. In Disconnect, National Book Award finalist Devra Davis tells the story of the dangers that the cell phone industry is knowingly exposing us-and our children-to in the pursuit of profit. More than five billion cell phones are currently in use, and that number increases every day. Synthesizing the findings and cautionary advice of leading experts in bioelectricalmagnetics and neuroscience, Davis explains simple safety measures that no one can afford to ignore.



Re: There's a special place for people like that...

it's real, it's not the field per se however it's the frequency, it can disrupt you circadian rhythm. Just the other day I had to leave the office because about 10 to 15 minute later I was having real bad chest pain. I told my family member i was leaving. I started feeling better as I got further away from it.

I saw a cell phone tower being install and within a week I was in more pain than before. For me wifi is less painful and something i can deal with. However with cell phones it is 10 times worse. i can't even go out to a restaurant because most people carry cell phones.

The reason how I find out was when i was visiting my parents who live out in the country side. At that time they didn't have a cell phone or wireless tower.

Water fasting has helped me somewhat from the pain. I fast 24 hours once or twice a week, eat stop eat style. Nothing else seems to help. I know what your wife is going through and I feel her.

Google tells iOS 9 app devs: Switch off HTTPS if you want that sweet sweet ad money from us


Personally I would to see google die off as a company. i don't care if they can't display ads. Besides apple users are the minority of users not the majority. i wish amazon was all https.


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