Posting from Google doesn't make you anonymous

Discussion in 'Digital Cameras' started by The Cableguy, Oct 3, 2003.

  1. The Cableguy

    The Cableguy Guest
    The Cableguy, Oct 3, 2003
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    Colyn Guest

    The above is usually the route the message takes through several
    servers before being posted. You would then have to determine where it
    started from.

    The best way to determine a persons ISP is to run the NNTP posting
    host IP number through a whois data base. This is a numeric number
    such as

    To give an example your NNTP IP is assigned out through APNIC to

    My NNTP IP which is a static IP is assigned out through to

    Anytime a complaint is made about someone posting spam through google,
    they should also run the NNTP posting host IP through a data base such
    as or report the spam to the abuse dept at the
    posting host through which that IP is registered..

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    Eigenvector Guest

    I would hate to be one of the admins on the Google servers. All those
    accounts, all those complaints, whines, and gripes coming in and absolutely
    no way to stop it. Shut one down and the same person comes back as a new
    name - talk about stemming the tide with a broom...
    Eigenvector, Oct 4, 2003
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    ajacobs2 Guest

    "Eigenvector" - talk about stemming the tide with a broom...

    More like a rake than a broom...................
    ajacobs2, Oct 4, 2003
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    mike II Guest

    A few more sites to add. The port scans are nice, so you can see if your
    firewall sort of works.

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    ..let the cat out to reply..
    mike II, Oct 5, 2003
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