We have promised to make a new list of proxy sites that could be used to surf (even to here) without the filtering and prying and so we are checking our list of the summer of last year. We are using webswoon for this, a great tool because you only need to make your links in a textfile and than get the screenshots.
But some things are already evident
a whole lot of these sites are gone, for sale and parked or just a pseudo search engine like information.com and other stupid stuff like that.
another thing that is evident is that on those list there are a whole lot of of those that try to download stuff to your computer, which is not really safe and if you are looking for a proxy it is because you are concerned about your safety not only your privacy
well about proxies and safety, you will have to remember that you never know who is behind that proxy and who logs what for who. In certain countries everything has to be logged and everything can be demanded by the police - with or without a warrant.
This is the Whois and the lady in question is on the dole, she has officially no job.
Registration Service Provided By: BRAVENET.COM
Domain Name: MINBAR-SOS.COM
minbar sos (2944817386) (firstname.lastname@example.org)
rue de la libete
Creation Date: 28-Feb-2006
Expiration Date: 28-Feb-2010
Domain servers in listed order:
more to come
It was after an article in de Morgen - a progressive newspaper over here - that my attention was called to this forum. The forum is being administrated by the widow of a Al quaida suicide killer responsable for the death in Afghanistan of Massoud, the hope of the west in Afghanistan at that time.
She now lives in belgium and is on the dole but fills her daily activities with sustaining this website to support the islamic terrorist cells that are in prison, fighting or calling to take up arms in Belgium or elsewhere in the world.
We shouldn't become hysterical about it, the site only has a small number of followers and downloads if you take all into account. These are the official numbers
Membres: 1 334
Discussions: 3 410
Messages: 9 789
Top Poster: RafidaynCenter (1 254)
all the others and their profile you can find with this Googledork site:minbar-sos.com profile (she has made her site SEO friendly...)
And probably the intelligence and police services are following this forum very closely as they should. But the other question is that we have a law against such websites and if we have a law but don't enforce it, what is the sense of this law ?
It also seems to me that it is a center for the translation in french of the texts and videos of the radical islamic terrorists propaganda. Is it a good thing to let that propaganda be localised and prepared for local consumption ?
there is another thing that is 'nice' for an online researcher. As she is so keen in looking for recognition, she is leaving her digital footmarks all over the place, making it rather easy to index all the radical islamic websites and their visual presence. It is so quite easy for videosharing, blogs and other sites to use her site as a starting point to find the terrorist propaganda that they are hosting.
When going through a list of files with terrorist propaganda being presented on the web as free downloads, it was clear that there are some that are more or less actively destroying terrorist media files.
Some are not so active and didn't even find older hosted files. No, the number of downloads is not that massive. But why make it them so easy ? I suppose you didn't make that service to be hosting stuff like that proclaiming proudly to be killing people without any hesitation.
we also see that with new links they will all be up
use this googledork to find yourself
site:minbar-sos.com namefileserver.xx this does not always work, sometimes you will have to go to the site and search
Our friends at Scanit said that based on their research into vulnerable SSL enabled webservices in Belgium, they had found that the old belgium.be was vulnerable for such attacks. For some these middleman attacks were theoretical because they would ask a lot of resources, for others it was just a best practice to enforce a strong SSL protocol on your visitors that was even not too hard to implement.
For me it is just one thing you do because you don't want to be bothered with it. There is every hour of the day other stuff that asks for all your attention.
So it seems they not only upgraded the content, but also the security. Thumbs up for that.
The study by Scanit.be was published here a few weeks ago.
Next tuesday 10h
|Gedachtewisseling over de elektronische stemming.|
|(Voortzetting). (Rapporteurs : de heer Dirk Claes (S) en mevrouw Corinne De Permentier).|
|Hoorzitting met de volgende experten :|
|-||de heer Edouard Vercruysse, Union des Villes et Communes de Wallonie (UVCW);|
|-||mevrouw Hildegard Schmidt, Vereniging van de Stad en de Gemeenten van het Brussels Hoofdstedelijk Gewest (VSGB);|
|-||de heer Herman Callens, Vereniging van Vlaamse Steden en Gemeenten (VVSG);|
|-||mevrouw Anne-Emmanuelle Bourgaux, ULB;|
|-||de heer Kommer Kleijn, Voor een Ethiek van de VerkiezingsAutomatisering (VoorEVA);|
|-||de heer Axel Lefebvre, expert;|
|-||de heer Rop Gonggrijp, Nederlands expert.|
It will be a good thing - because to hear what has happened and is happening in Holland. We thank the parliament for taking some time to listen to those experiences and thoughts also. Vooreva will present the Belgian opposition to evoting.
... over the Internet of the iSound.com materials is authorized by the license # LS-3М-06-60 of the Russian Multimedia and Internet Society (ROMS). ...
All the music you want at dumping prices
with a Russian copyright
you can find them on a Russian server
It maybe interesting to not that the site isound.be looks just the same as justmusicstore.com
Some people may think that it may not be safe to use your creditcard on a Russian server.....
Fedis is the official organisation that defends the interests of the distribution sector and is so busy in those turbulent inflation and inflamatory times that they forgot to secure their server and didn't see that their server has been hacked since weeks.
http://www.fedis.be/index.html which gives - gave
reminder these hacks are being found in zone-h.org and by Googling, we don't hack anything, reporting it is already taking enough time from my life
If you thought that you had enough by just relying on these online forms like the one from combell
than you will have to think again
First not all combinations of numbers are included in the examples they are giving - so you will miss some that are even more evident
Secondly you must really retype your own domainname and take three typical mistakes
typing erroris with the letters next to those you would type
for example baby.be can become babu.be babr.be bqby.be etc
the most important factor here is that it is not too evident
Secondly you must take into account dyslexic mistakes
for example byba.be instead of baby.be
thirdly you must take into account language mistakes, especially with people who don't speak your languages or if they operate in a multi-langual environment
for example béby.be
everything should be tested, and retested and for that you will have to buy them for a year - the problem is that if you buy them and set them free, they will arrive in the list of disposed domainnames which will attract the attention of domainspeculators, surely if they see that you have bought them yourselves or with your real agent
You can use them for inspiration, but not as a final call
As the new evoting proposal was being developed by a consortium of different universities, we thought that nobody would have the guts in these universities to speak out and at least pose some questions. But we were wrong and happy about it.
A professor ICT in Antwerp finds that the proposed model doesn't respond to the norms about accesability and usability and can have an influence on the votes of certain groups in the population. He also has some questions about the way the system will control mistakes and changes.
We applaud the interview of the professor as a starting point, but would invite him to base his case on the conclusions and propositions in the report itself. It may be that this is his opinion, but it would be too easy to discount this opinion if he doesn't proof his case with references to the report with which he doesn't agree.
This is the best method to go forward and have an open and technological discussion about why the present study has some faults that should be taken into consideration and could lead to the radical rethinking of the way we organize our elections.
Out of the response of Bruno Seghers (ex Microsoft) we can make up that the EID is a critical part of this system and should have all the attention and investment needed to make it work as it should work. If we vote on paper or not.
Because of a programming error a few hundred Belgians have an electronic ID that present them as the opposite sex if they would use their EID online. Men became women and women became men. The dream of everyone, no ? Only it is only virtual.
It is a men's world ..... and women wear the pants..... That is equality :) joke
serious : quality control ?
Which other sites are on this server ?
a whole list of subdomains for
de.vu ch.vu de.pn dk.tp mx.tp co.uk.tp at.tt es.tt nl.tt us.tt it.tc jp.pn net.tc uk.tc eu.tf de.ms de.gg at.tf page.cx at.lv
More information here http://www.nic.de.be/ that says you can get a totally free (sub)domainname here. I hope they have some sort of security-patrol to get rid of bad sites before they get blocked all together....
We always said that it is much better to make a fortress of politie.be with all the other sites as subdomains than to create so many websites nobody controls anymore on security.
When the biggest french trader/speculator scandal broke, everybody asked why the controls didn't work. Everybody was thinking logically that if such a fact was discovered by the internal auditsystems, that the hierarchy would have been responsable enough to intervene immediately.
They didn't. They said they knew that there were alerts by the internal controls and audits, but that they trusted their supertrader.
A healthy dose of paranoia - as I said before - is sometimes a necessary evil.
Another aspect from the fact that you can now register domainnames with numbers in it is that you can send all the domainsquatters to hell and just take a domainname with a telephone number in it. Quite practical and I remember also that some international specialists said the .be domain was in MMS-SMS language easier to use for that goal than mobi.
The only problem is how they will control if didn't register your telephone number. Or that of the helpdesk of a bank or something else financial ? There maybe rules and so on, but here they should really go a bit more cautious and be sure that the person owing the telephone domain has also a right to it. This is easy to control and can even be automated (because it are two databases).
If they don't control it, they don't understand a thing about the danger of phishing and vishing and smishing and whatever ishing is coming to us next.
It is not the law and the rules that are important it are the controls before and the immediate procedures afterwards that make the difference.
We have written about the fact that in Belgium anyone can cybersquat any domain now by changing a letter by a number. So lets take a few domains and look at how many domains they should take to be safe. It is a rather tricky question.
for example www.privacycommission.be We can change 3 i in 1 and 2 o in 0 to keep it simple that would be 5 in which you change in each one a letter by a number. But what about a combination ? So than I would have to buy 25 domainnames (and parking) at least just to protect my domain name.
So this means that if you buy a domainname .be in the future you should keep it as short as possible. The shorter, the less variations and the smaller the number of variations you will have to buy to give your site some protection.
RSA.com detects in realtime for its clients phishing sites and has 4hours to get them down. These are the Belgian hosts that they have contacted for their international clients to bring down phish sites.
|Belgian ISPs||Number of attacks|
|ISP Server - ISP System||43|
|STONE INTERNET SERVICES BVBA||41|
|Belgian Network Solution||4|
|TV Cable Net||3|
|Research network University of Ghent||2|
|All Information Technology SPRL||1|
|Universite Catholiqe de Louvain||1|
|DS Improve sprl||1|
|CTC Computer Technologies||1|
|IT - Solid Solutions||1|
As is typical in online fraud, the Escrow fraud scammer convinces the victim to go outside of the auction site or item listing company. The scammer will request the use of a third-party escrow service to facilitate the exchange of money and merchandise. The victim is unaware the scammer has actually created an escrow site that closely resembles a legitimate escrow service. The victim signs up with the phony escrow service and sends payment to the service and receives nothing in return. Or, the victim sends merchandise to the subject and waits for his/her payment through the escrow site which is never received because it is not a legitimate service.
Belgian Fraudulent Escrow site according to escrow-fraud.com (you can find a whole lot of sites in their database)
also what a domainname ? and they are on the same server ..... we will investigate that a bit deeper soon