By Don Croft <firstname.lastname@example.org>
November 13, 2004
The following dialogue is how we typically deal with situations
in which members are prevented by professional hackers from participating
in the group chats. As you'll see, we really have to do our individual part
of the 'shielding' work by taking care of basic computer integrity before
we can etherically, efficiently bludgeon these gov't and quasi-gov't hackers
into staying out of our personal internet access and then move onto bigger
game: their creepier masters.
At the bottom of this exchange are some recommended steps,
courtesy of Steeve DeBellefuille, the webmaster of ew.com., to reclaim our
internet integrity from these criminals. Do this before you spend any money
on 'repairs' or new computers, okay?
It sounds like the group had fun busting all that scum last
night. Sorry I missed it, but I had already made plans I could't get out
of. We continued with the blasting today, and I think we put a hurting on
I need a new password for the chatroom, because I couldn't
even log on the ew.com site at all. Everytime I tried down in the right
hand corner of my computer an icon came up with a eye in it (I kid you not)
and it said privacy report when I right clicked on it. But I coul dn't get
it off, so I had to get on another computer somewhere else.
I have been busy with the website info., it is coming along.
Thanks for the kind words in the postings and educate-yourself.org. I told
my website guy that I need him to get the website up pronto! So he is working
on it more now.
The name of the new website will be Spiritual Art of Healing.
But it is still early, will keep you updated!
Thanks, Darlene--I'm forwarding this to Steeve, who's the
computerate one. Consider all that NSA/CIA hacking an endorsement. You might
or might not
need to change your password. Steeve can tell you, I think. I'm sure he'll
be interested in the eye icon, too ;-) and can fix the problem if it's fixable
from the ew.com end.
Are you sure that site is accurate? I'm not aware that the
@ symbol can be used except in email addresses. When it's ready, let me
know and I'll broadcast the news, okay? If you can hold up under initial
human wave of freebie demands you'll emerge with more chutzpah than ever
I've been careful to say that you're going to charge to remotely
find implants in people.
Steve, Darlene is Moon Magic
Just changed your password over to [@#%Q%#]
You did experience somethin odd, I never heard about such
an occurence before. I suspect malware and spyware infestation in your computer.
and Spybot Search and Destroy are two free software to get rid of those
infestations, although it is not fail proof. Some malwares need to be removed
manually. This is a somewhat complex issue and I recommand you visit http://www.spywareinfo.com
for more details, tutorials and a great support forum.
Also, you should empty your browser cache and remove all cookies.
That should solve your issue.
For added security, I recommand, if you haven't done so already,
that you stop using internet explorer and download the mozilla firefox browser.
It is free and much more secure than the microsoft nightmare.
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