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An Open Letter to the Generations of the World

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An Open Letter to the Generations of the World

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Due to the increasing amounts of spam, worms, trojan horses, and other malware, the time is ripe for a war to commence against such people that propagate malware online. Therefore this is a call to arms for everyone to work towards the total elimination of online BS. All kids that are still of school age should make it one of their top priorities to actively seek out other students to determine their web presence and activities. Any classmates that engage in sending spam or viruses or engage in any other form of Internet malice should be beaten senseless, and the fingers on both of their hands should be permanently broken and crippled; preventing them from ever using a keyboard again. This should not be seen as bad, nor should it be defined as a criminal act; on the contrary, it would constitute a good service for humanity to rid the earth of script-kiddie scum and spammers. Local law enforcement officials must turn their heads aside and not notice the assault of any script-kiddies or spammers - which must be considered outlaw. Only by filling everyone with absolute fear for their lives in the event that they decide to spam (etc), can we hope to rid the earth of this scum. The idea of people hiding behind a computer terminal to mess up other people's lives, is the epitome of cowardice - and all cowards must be put down!

Furthermore, this farce of not being able to do anything about such problems is offensive. Nothing online is anonymous. Every computer has a universally unique identification number etched into the chipset itself (MAC address). This means that every computer that logs in to the Internet can be traced back, not only to the exact computer in use, but also forms a link with financial and personal records of every user. Suggesting that it's too difficult to catch the scumbags is quite simply a bold-faced lie. The technology exists today to pinpoint individuals' physical locations to within a few feet, indoors or outdoors. Even if someone believes their Internet traffic is anonymous, it's not! since even the "Anonymizer" sites are required by law to keep records of every user that logs in to their server - as are all businesses. What this means is that it should be actually quite simple to trace back the source of all spam, and additionally tracking down the specific a**hole that sources such crap should be a simple matter. Additionally, the Federal government under the Obama administration has greatly expanded the Department of Homeland Security and the NSA to include entire departments of hackers working for the Fed. These "government hackers", instead of making the Internet a safer place for your children, and a more enjoyable place for adults, instead of such aims, they occupy their time with decreasing Internet connectivity and creating Trojan Horse programs with which to infect people's computers. That's right! We are all paying the Federal government to create viruses with which to infect our own computers. This farce ends now!

In conclusion, a dead script-kiddie can no longer scan ports! If we can get an entire generation to actively bring about this transformation, tomorrow's Internet can be spam-free, virus-free, malware-free! Don't sit by idly while others destroy our freedoms! Kill a spammer!


P.S. An excessive increase of spam motivated me to trace it back to its source. The spam is all being hosted by a server in Oklahoma City, OK by a company called IIC Internet LLC. Here's some information about them.

IIC Internet LLC
201 S Robert S Kerr
Oklahoma City, OK 73102


By Email - support@iicinternet.com

This company specializes in hosting spammers. Please return the favour and show them your appreciation of spam through mail, phone, or e-mail. They obviously love spam since there business exists by hosting spammers. This company has even been included in the online Ripoff Report for their business practices. At that site there is this contact information:

IIC Internet Services, Onlinestoragesolution.com
15323 Saddleback Road
Santa Clarita California 91387
Phone: 661-251-8747

Following these links to the Onlinestoragesolution.com which is just another front for IIC Internet LLC, gains the following information:

Business Office:

Online Storage Solution
201 S Robert S Kerr Ste 911
Oklahoma City, OK 73102

Oklahoma City Data Center
Bank Of Oklahoma Plaza
201 S Robert S Kerr
Oklahoma City Oklahoma

Rural Off Site Data Storage Vault and Support Center
Jones, Oklahoma

Network Operations Center
Lancaster, California


Need Something Special. We can design custom storage solutions at unbeatable prices.

Monday-Friday 8am-5pm Central Time

and yet more:

Registrar: TUCOWS INC.
Whois Server: whois.tucows.com
Referral URL: http://domainhelp.opensrs.net
Name Server: NS1.WEB229.NET
Name Server: NS2.WEB229.NET
Status: clientDeleteProhibited
Status: clientTransferProhibited
Status: clientUpdateProhibited
Updated Date: 02-nov-2008
Creation Date: 28-dec-1998
Expiration Date: 28-dec-2011

Administrative Contact:
herzig, chris XXXXXXX@iicinternet.com
15900 Persimmon Creek
Jones, OK 73049
Technical Contact:
herzig, chris XXXXXXX@iicinternet.com
15900 Persimmon Creek
Jones, OK 73049

Registration Service Provider:
IIC Internet Services, XXXXXXX@iicinternet.com
This company may be contacted for domain login/passwords,
DNS/Nameserver changes, and general domain support questions.

Registrar of Record: TUCOWS, INC.
Record last updated on 13-Apr-2009.
Record expires on 28-Dec-2011.
Record created on 28-Dec-1998.

Registrar Domain Name Help Center:

Domain servers in listed order:

Domain status: clientDeleteProhibited

and finally...

ASNumber: 36816
ASHandle: AS36816
RegDate: 2006-05-04
Updated: 2006-05-04
Ref: http://whois.arin.net/rest/asn/AS36816

OrgName: IIC Internet LLC
Address: 15900 Persimmon Creek
City: Jones
StateProv: OK
PostalCode: 73049
Country: US
RegDate: 2002-07-19
Updated: 2010-04-05
Ref: http://whois.arin.net/rest/org/IICINT

OrgTechHandle: SRB10-ARIN
OrgTechName: Bennet, Stephen R
OrgTechPhone: +1-661-251-8747
OrgTechEmail: steve@iicinternet.com
OrgTechRef: http://whois.arin.net/rest/poc/SRB10-ARIN

RAbuseHandle: CJH5-ARIN
RAbuseName: Herzig, Christopher James
RAbusePhone: +1-661-251-8747
RAbuseEmail: chris@iicinternet.com
RAbuseRef: http://whois.arin.net/rest/poc/CJH5-ARIN

Please show them how much spam is appreciated. :-)
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