[cryptome] Re: safety ahead

  • From: Joshua Michael Hublar <joshua.m.hublar@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: cryptome@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 3 Mar 2014 03:32:13 -0500

Question is: is unseen.is really that safe?
Answer:  You are only ever as secure as your end-points.

That being said, unseen.is is not what it would seem.


domain: unseen.is
descr: Unsene, Inc.
descr: 775 E. Blithedale Ave. #362
descr: Mill Valley, California 94941
descr: US
admin-c: UI28-IS
tech-c: WR2-IS
zone-c: AR64-IS
billing-c: WR2-IS
nserver: ns-128.awsdns-16.com
nserver: ns-1905.awsdns-46.co.uk
nserver: ns-1487.awsdns-57.org
nserver: ns-559.awsdns-05.net
created: July 16 2013
expires: July 16 2014
source: ISNIC

role: 101Domain, Inc.
address: 101Domain, Inc.
address: 5858 Edison Place
address: Carlsbad, CA 92008
address: US
phone: +1 760 4448673
fax-no: +1 760 5794996
e-mail: tech1@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
nic-hdl: WR2-IS
created: March 22 2005
source: ISNIC

person: Unsene, Inc.
address: 775 E. Blithedale Ave. #362
address: Mill Valley, California 94941
address: US
e-mail: domreg@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
nic-hdl: UI28-IS
created: July 16 2013
source: ISNIC

role: Amazon Route 53
address: Amazon.com
address: P.O. Box 81226
address: Seattle, Washington 98108-1226
address: US
e-mail: awsdns-hostmaster@xxxxxxxxxx
nic-hdl: AR64-IS
created: September 14 2011
source: ISNIC


-Desk-


On Mon, Mar 3, 2014 at 2:49 AM, Joe Products <Joe_Products@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Dear all,
> let me share my concern over the so-called "privacy" on the internet. I am
> well aware of the interest which any government has to track down
> everything what is happening in the international "waters" of the
> e-communication.
>
> Question is: is unseen.is really that safe?
>
> Thanks
> J.
>
> ---------- Původní zpráva ----------
> Od: In Harms Way <11414150173@xxxxxxxxxx>
> Komu: cryptome@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Datum: 3. 3. 2014 3:12:47
> Předmět: [cryptome] safety ahead
>
> ... from a mail footer:
>
> Avoid having your e-mail with ISPs, who are on the list of fraudulent
> and/or notorious mail interceptors and trackers like verizon, aol, yahoo,
> msn, hotmail, gmail, gmx, etc. The owner of now shut  Lavabit[dot]com,
> Levison said: "...  I would strongly recommend against anyone trusting
> their
> private data to a company with physical ties to the United States of
> America."
>  *Get a safe e-mail with secure chat free-of-charge:*
> https://unseen.is/ecoterra
> * (10% on Premium). * Check also www.flokiNET.is  for safe hosting on
> Iceland.
>   * Please see*  *
> http://thesimplecomputer.info/free-webmail-for-better-privacy/
> <http://thesimplecomputer.info/free-webmail-for-better-privacy/>*
>   * for an updated list of recommendations *  * as well as: *
> * http://prxbx.com/email/ <http://prxbx.com/email/> * To the deaf still
> on yahoo/gmail etc.: Use at least http://www.mailvelope.com/
> Stop searching with Google -
> www.Startpage.com <https://www.startpage.com> - delivers 100% Google
> results in total privacy and www.Ixquick.com <https://www.ixquick.com> -
> delivers 100% private results
> from other search engines.
> Ad-mails ( spạm or UBE/UCE) are terrible, but don't use ISP- or web-based
>
> filters, since you never know their criteria. Stay in control and install
> the
> anti-virus, anti- spạm and firewall yourself - they are unfortunately
>
> necessary in these days - and maintain them yourself on your system!
> If you are forced to install pre-filtering then choose a service like
> http://www.junkemailfilter.com/ who guarantees your mail safety,
> supports the EFF and the work of progressive, non-profit NGOs.
>
>
> --
> We have nothing to hide, but something to protect: LIBERATION & FREEDOM
>
>

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