Friday, 18 July 2014
Absolutely Mildred… This place will be the only place I will even discuss them now. None of them will ever see what is on here so they cannot feed off it..
This Forum is designed to be a safe haven for people to speak their minds without fear of being trolled or their words being used elsewhere.
I still have the email that Lav sent to me when he wanted to sue Will Black and the Huff Post using Carter-Ruck.
They said they needed two grand up front before they would even consider it.
Janette may have that sort of Cash to burn, but Carter-Ruck would not go after me as I am skint and there is no profit in it for them…. Hag is just another scabby cash cow for him, nothing more.
it inspires people to think she’s just a net nutter, so if anyone starts looking too closely, they soon lose interest in watching her cobblers.
There is no way any of this is random meets that’s for sure, definitely media with a little help from ‘others’.
Hadn’t noticed before Jimmy what you said about Baloney (I’m on a “device”, and a pretty shit one at that).
A bit like Tweedledum twigging that Tweedledee isn’t all there, from where I’m standing! Or Bill & Ben! Got to give BBC a call – I see another series in this!
IWTT is also phoning every MSM outlet too..
Check out the show on Sonia Poulton where Sonia interviews Scriptonite too if you get the chance Jane, I think it’s the third one in. I had a bit of a catch up last night and I really wish I hadn’t now as Sonia did not respond when Mendoza mentioned she was working with Tom Pride….
Sounds like Babs will soon be public enemy number 1 if she keeps mentioning BE.
Does she not know she has to get a special permit just for mentioning that place?
Think everyones been calling her a #paedoprotector.
She might be needing ‘Daves’ number too if she’s not careful.
Hope she’s read your fine articles on the subject. She might learn even more if she does.
I’ll have a catch up on Babs & will hit up the Outlaw comments if I have an questions
I wonder if anyone will mention Peter Morrison today
I’ve been reading the outlaw blog for a while, I commented on a post over Christmas (along the lines of “don’t let the trolls get you down” and keep up the good work ie the posts) and today I see The Outlaw has a new forum so being the inquisitive fool I am I signed up maybe expecting to read more of the same but without the references to the ongoing battle (which I know little about) the outlaw has with twitter and co
Happy to prove I am who I am but I ain’t doing no dodgy initiation stuff, ok
Obviously it’s early days as this is a completely new forum, but the name and the web space is paid for and is not going anywhere soon.
I and others will be putting stuff on here that will not be available elsewhere, including the Outlaw, there are some trustworthy people on board who I will 100% vouch for. (Some, indeed)
You are welcome to read whatever is on here, post anything interesting, ask questions, whatever.
It will be like nothing else online if you are familiar with Forums, with no hierarchy or bullshit..
Give it a chance, you may get a lot from it.(or you may not as is the case lol)
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The compromised machines will simply flood the target website with traffic which is often indistinguishable from normal visits until the server or network infrastructure is saturated, degrading service for normal visitors.
Why do people wish to carry out a DDoS attack?
Sometimes it’s to obtain a financial ransom; the attackers will contact the site they plan to attack and demand money. If the money is not paid, they attack the site and increase the ransom.
Sometimes it’s for moral/religious reasons; they object to the content of the website and wish to make it unavailable to visitors.
Sometimes there is no obvious reason, however this is rare since renting time on a botnet is relatively expensive.
Where the traffic is not interactive, the attacking PCs open connections without sending any traffic or simply flood the target IP with random bytes of data. Unless the website has a dedicated IP, it is impossible to determine the target.