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TinyBrain
(@tinybrain)
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https://bit.ly/2SutPZ6

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Posted : 06/12/2018 12:41 pm
pbobby
(@pbobby)
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Resolves to http[]//israelneedsu.com/ if you wish to click.

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Posted : 06/12/2018 1:26 pm
jaclaz
(@jaclaz)
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Resolves to http[]//israelneedsu.com/ if you wish to click.

Which might clear a bit who are the "we" for which it is "our homeland".

jaclaz

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Posted : 06/12/2018 3:09 pm
watcher
(@watcher)
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Couldn't resist poking at it a bit, with suitable protections.

The web page has javascript that appears to be designed to be unreadable. I've never seen an 800 thousand column line before. I didn't even know you could do that.

While the IP address (185.230.60.161) is registered as Tel Aviv, a traceroute from New Jersey goes to Ashburn Virgina with no other information before the final destination. That isn't unusual, as that's an East Coast Hub for transatlantic traffic. What is odd is that there is no significant jump in time delay between Ashburn and 185… Even more interesting is tracing from a node in Dubai comes back to Ashburn Virginia as well. Same from Madrid. I seriously doubt the server is physically in Israel.

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Posted : 06/12/2018 10:23 pm
TinyBrain
(@tinybrain)
Active Member

Correct, the server is physically in Italy. Can you also proof?

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Posted : 07/12/2018 8:26 am
watcher
(@watcher)
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For reasons that may be obvious to some ……. I'm Out!

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Posted : 07/12/2018 5:02 pm
passcodeunlock
(@passcodeunlock)
Senior Member

The server isn't in Italy, in Italy there is only a reverse proxy server running. The server might be in .ch, on the same clusters where protonmail runs up in the mountains )

The whole "project" looks like a test bed leaked (on purpose) for "volunteer crackers" to see if the real origin can be figured or not, probably for running some important things in the future. Security based on obscurity, redirection, proxy and other gimmicks isn't real security, so if it is important, you better don't run things on a public cluster.

I'm also out from this conversation for obvious reasons.

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Posted : 09/12/2018 11:52 am
TinyBrain
(@tinybrain)
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You are right.

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Posted : 09/12/2018 8:47 pm
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