View Full Version : Telling the FBI and your ISP where to stick it

November 8th, 2006, 03:31 AM
I heard about this (http://www.usatoday.com/tech/products/cnet/2006-10-18-isp-tracking_x.htm) a while ago and it gave me an idea since this whole thing is likely to be passed into law by law makers who don't give a sh*t about privacy. I am not sure exactly what ISP's would be required to retain. I doubt that individual packets would need to be retained but I could be wrong. Most likely all the feds would ever look at is a list of the URL's and I.P. addresses that a person was viewing. My idea is that messages could be written into the ISP URL logs. By creating a list of URL's, one for each letter of the alphabet, and using a script to convert a string of text into a series of website visits.

Example: The phrase "Use Linux" would be converted and might in theory appear in the ISP logs in this fashion.


Now, unless the feds are complete idiots they should notice messages like this. I'm not exactly sure how to write a script that would do this, but if you have a huge manifesto and a lot of patience you could do it simply with your browser.

November 8th, 2006, 03:49 AM
Or you could simply browse through tor computers with torpack. http://www.torrify.com/

It's more than just an encrypted tunnel. http://tor.eff.org/ They have a network of servers all over the world where you can store data safely. They break up the data and spread it around different servers so the files are never whole. It may not be perfect but they are, so far, the most active group preparing for the possiblilty of an oppressive government in the information age.

November 8th, 2006, 03:54 AM
Hmm. I wouldn't rely on that. The NSA probably has their encryption broken already. Personally, I'd rather just taunt the feds.