Tuesday, July 30, 2013

I'm flattered, really, I am.




After years of singling out criminals, dirty politicians and dirty law enforcement officers, yesterday our website was hacked, not just the blog though, but my email account as well.  Whoever dedicated the time and resources to hacking into my email and subsequently the blog controls, I have to hand it to you, you did a great job.  They even went so far as to remove the blog and were in the process of deleting blog posts, luckily I caught it in time and since I have everything backed up, I was able to undo whatever damage they thought they had done.  

Granted, the blog hacking made for a stressful couple of hours, what with trying to get control of my accounts while the hacker was still messing about and simultaneously having friends and blog followers calling, emailing and texting me all the while not having any idea what the fcuk was going on.  No worries though, all is good and everything is back the way it's supposed to be.  It makes you wonder though, who could we have pissed off so bad that they would have gone through such extraordinary lengths to shut us up and delete any trace of our blog from the internet?


6 comments:

  1. One of these days you're going to walk me through the process of how you find those GIFs! ;)

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  2. OMC was at Barnes & Noble buying a book called "Hacking Blogs for Dummies"...You don't think... LOL

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  3. Terrorism i think is what that/this is called..

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  4. I believe you are being unfairly profiled.

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  5. The IP's of the hacker(s) can be traced (Pss GOOGLE has the knowldege and resources to do this ) if a complaint was filed??? they would have to research it.

    Additionally FTC should be informed of your personal emails being hacked (Wire Fraud

    In simple terms, wire fraud involves using a computer, radio, television, or telephone to get money or property from someone else through trickery or deception. Although taking money is a common example - such as through various internet scams - stealing personal and confidential information qualifies as wire fraud, too.)- there might be some sort of attempt to compromise your ID, financials or your personal information... and that is a BIG FEDERAL no no. Since your looking to get this out of MDC and believe its locals doing this then FILE the complaint and see what happens??

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  6. alex orriols no doubt

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