I just assumed someone on one of the lists would have been in phone contact
with JYA at some point or would have enough shared experience with him that
they could recognize him/the way he writes in an email.
On Thu, Oct 15, 2015 at 8:56 AM, Andrew Hornback <achornback@xxxxxxxxx>
Okay, I'll take the troll bait here...
How would you go about verifying that his account has NOT been hacked?
On Oct 15, 2015 8:18 AM, "Michael Best" <themikebest@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Is there anyone who can verify JYA's accounts haven't been hacked? I was
assuming this was a joke until the tweet with the picture of 1997 logs.
On Thu, Oct 15, 2015 at 5:59 AM, Shelley <shelley@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
On October 14, 2015 9:32:30 PM John Young <jya@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Cryptome for sale with access log files from 1996 for $50,000,000.
Authentic Cryptome Archive for $10,000.
More evidence that the site has probably been compromised, yet again:
Excerpt from 2003 subpoena, via http://cryptome.org/cryptome-log.htm:
----- BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE -----
COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS
I, John Young, administrator of Cryptome, hereby declare that logs of
Cryptome are deleted daily, or more often during heavy traffic, to protect
the privacy of visitors to the site. Cryptome does not own or know the
location of the machine which hosts its virtual private server under a
service agreement with NTT Verio. There are several international mirrors
of the files on Cryptome, all of which, to the best of my knowledge, delete
logs to protect privacy of visitors.
Attested and communicated to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts by this
PGP-signed statement published on Cryptome, 6 January 2003:
Logs going back to 1996? That'd be perjury. I don't buy it.
Domain is not for sale at the registrar and transfer is still