On Saturday the twenty-ninth this blog, the allstaractivist.com got hacked, AGAIN! This makes the third time that I have noticed that changes were made to my blog that I had no part in making. That can only mean one thing… I was hacked.
Scumbags, thieves and POS’s, that’s what these “people” are. This had all the hallmarks of a state sanctioned/sponsored hack attack, designed to deny me my free speech. More ominously, it could also have been a “clean up” job right before some planned operation against me, with the help of God I have already survived one of those previously (Dennis Herrera sues City-contracted SRO hotel owners for rampant housing violations, false claims – BUT NOT THE ALL STAR HOTEL!) Look near the center of this linked post to see that failed operation.
At first I thought my mind was playing tricks on me but I have never deleted any of my posts once they were published. So when I saw that two of my most recent posts had mysteriously disappeared I knew something was wrong. It is a good thing that I took web development back in the 90’s and learned how to read Java Script, Perl and other source code, otherwise I would have never figured it out. I’m pretty familiar with most hyper-text tags and have a pretty good feel for how Object Model languages are structured so if I study the code carefully enough, it speaks to me. All it takes is one tiny syntax error to break an image tag or link, screw up formatting etc. They (the Gang Stalkers) try to be sneaky and don’t immediately let you know that they have cracked your security, they wait until some critical moment and then subtlety change things. They don’t want to be overt because that might lead to an investigation and prosecution. No, they change only those things that will preserve plausible deniability. Evil, so very evil. They think it’s funny. It is not.
Well, on Saturday I was getting heavily gassed (they gas me both at home and at my Mom’s place) and I couldn’t figure out why. The gassing that they do makes you sick and feel ill, like some sort of “no touch torture” or aversion conditioning. When you post something they don’t like, they blast you really hard and make you sick. Like that would ever stop me. This time however, I believe it was because I have filed a claim against the city of San Pablo, California and am posting stories of police misconduct. Call me crazy or a lunatic if you like however, just look at what so-called “normal people” tolerate from both politicians and law enforcement. If you can live with that criminal hypocrisy then I think you are the one who should get a “check up from the neck up”. I’m the one risking my life to denounce such evil. Honorable and brave perhaps, but not crazy. It is for this cause that my life is destroyed, I don’t capitulate to evil. So when I confirmed that it was not my mind that was playing tricks on me, but rather some scum sucking criminals, I took action straight away.
This was one of the two posts that the hackers tried to delete. Good thing my entire blog is backed up on “The Internet Wayback Machine”.
This is the other post that they tried to delete. I believe these two posts were chosen because The San Pablo and Richmond police collaborate with each other.
The first thing that I did was chat with WP Support. Rachel helped me get my posts back. The second thing I did was follow her instruction and enable two-factor authentication. Granted, having known that I was hacked before I should have enabled this sooner but I didn’t have a phone at the time. I intentionally steered clear of cell phones until the Supreme Court finally did something justice related and ruled that law enforcement had to have a warrant to search them. Why that decision took so long is a sorry testament to our broken “Democracy”. The third thing I did was to learn all that I could about two-factor authorization and the many different apps that support it. Most of that info came from LifeHacker. Finally, I fired up the Tor Browser that I never use and tested logging into my blog with it. You know what? The Tor Browser is actually faster and simpler to use than the latest Firefox, which actually bogs my machine down. Now, I will use the Tor Browser almost exclusively. Thanks Gang Stalkers! 🙂
Below is the chat session that I had with WordPress Support person Rachel. Don’t ask me how they got my password because it was 15,000 bits in strength, managed by Keypass. Unless the NSA has a functioning quantum computer, I don’t think my password could have been cracked in any reasonable amount of time. A moot point anyway since any web based service like WordPress only gives you a handful of tries before locking you out. Bandwidth is another factor as well. That leaves only four other tentative possibilities
- Human Engineering
- WordPress has been hacked
- A Man In The Middle
- Tel-Com infiltration (End Point Capture)
There could very well be some other exotic tech out there which enabled the creeps to break into my blog, but I dare not muse on those for fear of getting too “woo woo”.
Because my blog is rather large now (203 posts) and could have been compromised anywhere within, I thought it best to use some sort of integrity checker. Who knows with these creeps, they could have injected any number of incriminating things into my blog. The imagination runs wild. I have backups all along the way so any false content can be disputed but damage to my reputation could be irreversible. Character assassination can be worse than actual death. Securi offers a free blacklist checker among other things, that can keep you from getting banned from search engines.
As you can see, my blog passed their test which determines if any of your content would cause you to be blacklisted. Whether or not any other content has been changed can really only be determined via checksum or visual inspection. WordPress has plugin’s that allow you to do that but only if you host your own blog on a server that you control. The software works much like database auditing software. In my case however, local backups and the Wayback Machine seem good enough.
Just tonight I saw something disturbing as well, that makes me think another setup operation is being planned. I saw a section of one of my blog posts on KTVU Channel 2 news being used as a lead up graphic to a story they were going to run after a commercial break. I could tell that it was my blog due to both image that they showed and the distinctive layout that I use, that would be designing with blockquotes.
At the very least I know that the media is monitoring my blog, probably in anticipation of some sort of concocted arrest. As I have illustrated in previous posts, law enforcement and the Mainstream Media are joined at the hip and work together to smear those who offend the establishment. It doesn’t help that I disrupted a love fest attended by one of their reporters, Tom Vacar, sponsored by Senator Jerry Hill about PG&E and the CPUC. KTVU has probably had it out for me ever since then, as well as all of the rest of the Bay Area “Prestitute” news stations. They don’t like activists cock blocking their interludes with politicians. I certainly killed the mood dead at the aforementioned bootie call. You can read and see video about that on my other blog devoted to Jacqualine Grieg and her daughter Janessa (Justice for Jacqueline and Janessa Greig).
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