UNIDENTIFIED SITE

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  1. guitarelf

    guitarelf Registered Member

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    Be grateful if someone could identify this site: 213.152.247.162
    I have it totally blocked in ZoneAlarm Pro at present until I can find out more about it,
    Thanks in advance,
    GElf. :)
     
  2. Bubba

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    What causes you to be inquisative about that site :doubt:
     

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    % Information related to '213.152.247.128 - 213.152.247.191'

    inetnum: 213.152.247.128 - 213.152.247.191
    netname: FRIENDSREUNITED-2-u220
    descr: Friends Reunited
    country: GB
    admin-c: SP265-RIPE
    tech-c: JP342-RIPE
    status: ASSIGNED PA
    mnt-by: ABOVENET-MNT
    source: RIPE # Filtered

    person: Stephen Pankhurst
    address: 16 Milton Avenue
    address: Barnet
    address: Herts
    phone: +44 20 8440 3266
    e-mail: steve@happygroup.co.uk
    nic-hdl: SP265-RIPE
    mnt-by: ABOVENET-MNT
    source: RIPE # Filtered

    person: Jason Porter
    address: Sunnybank
    address: Cudham Road
    address: Westerham
    address: Kent
    address: TN16 2NS
    phone: +44 1959 540264
    e-mail: jason@friendsreunited.co.uk
    nic-hdl: JP342-RIPE
    mnt-by: ABOVENET-MNT
    source: RIPE # Filtere
     
  4. guitarelf

    guitarelf Registered Member

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    It's the only site that shows up in ZA Pro as having been visited & it doesn't even have the decency ;) to display it's name! Still I'm glad you can't see my red face...gosh, screen shots & everything, oops! :oops:
    GElf.

    I'm going away now, probably for quite a long time. I'll just sit under a tree & count the falling leaves. :'( ;)

    Thanks for solving the mystery so quickly guys.
     
  5. Bubba

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    This time of year is a great time around here to watch the leaves and changing colors :cool:
     
  6. guitarelf

    guitarelf Registered Member

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    I was intrigued by your nod in the direction of Aluria, so I did some reading, Eric Howes stuff mainly. I don't pretend to understand more than 1% of the computech side of things, but in business terms "methinks there is something rotten in the state of Denmark" (poorly quoted, but just another way of saying, there's a nasty smell round here!). What have AOL allied themselves with??
    Remembering what you said about checking on AOL SpyWare removal, I turned on the "red alerts" in ZoneAlarm Pro & waited for a few pings & then checked the hacker ID, they were all from AOL! I don't have enough techsavvy, knowledge or experience at this level to really understand what's going on, but the more I read, the more uncomfortable I become. I suspect I'm not unique to be feeling this way. Is there life after AOL &, if so, what direction does it take?
    Apologies for rambling on, it was only after I started that I realised just how irritated I'd become!
    Save some of those beautiful leaves,
    We may all be out of a job soon,
    GElf. :mad: :( :blink: ;) ;) :)
     
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