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Title: Sabotage to Paul Lowrance
Post by: PaulLowrance on September 19, 2009, 05:30:02 PM
Was unsure where to post this, but it's only a personal matter for me -->

http://globalfreeenergy.info/2009/09/19/steorn-forum-posts-cannot-be-trusted/

Thanks,
Paul Lowrance
Title: Re: Sabotage to Paul Lowrance
Post by: utilitarian on September 19, 2009, 07:10:00 PM
Was unsure where to post this, but it's only a personal matter for me -->

http://globalfreeenergy.info/2009/09/19/steorn-forum-posts-cannot-be-trusted/

Thanks,
Paul Lowrance

Sabotage?  You make it sound so serious.  Look, you are making posts on a forum run by what is most likely a scam operation.  Some forum moderator of said scam operation apparently doesn't like you and jacks with your posts.

Solution - don't post on Steorn forums.
Title: Re: Sabotage to Paul Lowrance
Post by: infringer on September 19, 2009, 09:09:29 PM
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For years I have posted that my computer has been hacked, but the above Steorn incidents requires more than my computer being hacked. It requires the Steorn forum to be hacked, or one of the forum or sever admins to achieve such a task.



This is not true you are a member of several forums not all forums can be trusted if you use same password there as elsewhere you are asking for it.
Finally... Have you ever heard of a keylogger this is the easiest way to obtain your credentials to edit your posts if fast enough it doesn't even register as an edited comment.

Anyhow security is like believing in Fairy Tales all you can do is do the best you can at any given point and time.

Title: Re: Sabotage to Paul Lowrance
Post by: PaulLowrance on September 20, 2009, 03:05:11 AM
Actually having been a system admin on Unix servers since 1997 I know how difficult it is to keep a server and especially a forum from being hacked. If you don't keep up with security updates then you get hacked. The problem is, hackers these days go out of their way to remain hidden. More forums & servers are hacked then people realize. Regarding the Steorn forum, the same forum bugs have been there for years, so that tells me Steorn doesn't spend much time updating "Vanilla," which equates to "PLEASE HACK ME!"  Vanilla is forum that Steorn uses.

Also, even if someone updates their forum as soon as security updates come out, there's still no guarantee because the forum programmers become aware of security holes because hacker(s) have *already* been using that security hole.

I don't even want to look at my posts at steorn or at any forum because I now know somebody has been editing them. BTW, it's very easy for someone with admin privileges to edit a post without the "edit" text showing up. So it looks like nobody edited the post.

Paul
Title: Re: Sabotage to Paul Lowrance
Post by: PaulLowrance on September 20, 2009, 03:16:24 AM
Then there's security that's just way beyond me. My last two orders from two different companies were screwed up so bad that I gave up.

Screw up #1:
About a month ago I placed a big order for electronic parts from newark.com for my "free energy" research. My order did not go through. Newark said my credit card expired. Great, LOL, so I held up my credit card and saw that it was *not* expired. I called my bank up and they said something was messed up.

Screw up #2:
 A few weeks ago I placed a big order for electronics at sparkfun.com. What I received in the mail was not my stuff. I called them and they don't understand how they sent to wrong stuff.

I have proof for both of the above cases. I don't care what anyone says about conspiracy theories! Make fun of me. I just made a huge breakthrough in my research, posted about it, and someone made a public reply trying to use some voodoo words on me saying I better check my health and will soon have cancer!

Paul
Title: Re: Sabotage to Paul Lowrance
Post by: buzneg on September 20, 2009, 03:43:48 AM
next time video tape it, and the printscreen button takes a screenshot of your screen, then it can be pasted in paint. If you've got the reasourses you should have a video camera on your screen at all times.