> Lou Knee wrote:
>> Judith Smith wrote:
>>> Go on then - make a post to 24hoursupport.helpdesk from IP address :
>> O,k here's a post from 220.127.116.11
>> Now will you let it go?
> http://news.eternal-september.org/ the user's IP address is not visible
> to third parties.
Are you trying to spoil the fun?
"Lou Knee" <> wrote in message
> Mike Easter wrote:
>> Lou Knee wrote:
>>> Judith Smith wrote:
>>>> Go on then - make a post to 24hoursupport.helpdesk from IP address :
>>> O,k here's a post from 18.104.22.168
>>> Now will you let it go?
>> http://news.eternal-september.org/ the user's IP address is not visible
>> to third parties.
> Are you trying to spoil the fun?
I think Guy having already posted today from IP 22.214.171.124 spoiled /that/
fun - particularly since she has already replied to that post.
Of course, when I said 'spoiled' I may have meant 'enhanced'
Phil W Lee
"OG" <> considered Tue, 19 May 2009 10:09:09
+0100 the perfect time to write:
>"Judith Smith" <> wrote in message
>> On 18 May 2009 21:52:33 +0100 (BST), (Alan
>> Braggins) wrote:
>>>In article <gurc59$30v$>, VanguardLH wrote:
>>>>Depends on your personal experience. In the newsgroups that I visit and
>>>>where trolls and nymshifters are truly a problem, they ARE smart enough
>>>>to know how to alter almost all the headers. There's a few that they
>>>>are stuck with if they don't operate their own NNTP server and peer it
>>>>to other NNTP servers.
>>>>I assumed the nymshifter was smart enough to know about UA strings. You
>>>>ASSUMED the nymshifter was uneducated on changing their UA string.
>>>We've got personal experience of her. Either she's not that smart, or
>>>she's smart enough to consistent to consistently fake not being that
>>>smart when using the judith persona or the more obvious socks.
>> Ignore the very low probabilities which have been pointed out
>> elsewhere of it being different people and just explain how the posts
>> were made by different people from the same IP address.
>> No-one has done that yet.
>I thought people had explained that.
>As I understand it, Scansafe is a commercial company that processes all
>internet traffic for its clients. It takes inbound and outbound network
>traffic and checks it for malware before releasing it inbound into the
>clients network or outbound onto the internet through its own servers.
>Anyone whose company uses Scansafe for malware protection will have internet
>traffic appearing to come from the Scansafe IP addresses.
>One of the early posts confirmed that the IP address is registered to
>Scansafe has quite a few customers including those mentioned here
You forget that since the J troll isn't capable of understanding it,
it doesn't count, at least in what it likes to describe as it's mind.
Phil W Lee
Just zis Guy, you know?
On May 19, 9:34*pm, Tom Crispin
> What may be a mystery to you and others may be known to others and me,
> and that others and I may be having a good belly laugh at your and
> others' expense.
I am also now in on the joke. This could last a while