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General Board / Please Hold Candle Now
« on: July 04, 2007, 04:49:05 PM »
Yan'uwa please tell me, when can we ever enjoy steady power supply in this country. Every household is a potential Power Holding Company on its own now, generating its own electricity daily. The roar of electricity generators at night alone is enough to give us nightmares. We have become so use to it that it sounds no more than mosquitoes buzzing around, not to talk of the environmental pollution.

What baffles me is that our 'Excellencies' are oblivious of the fact that they can go into power generation without waiting for the Federal Government to decide on what to do. How much does it cost for the States to go into power generation? When would they ever start thinking like the present generation and free their mind. They need to have a meaningful developmental plan in place. Please tell me what you think.

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General Board / Re: 419 Email and my response
« on: July 02, 2007, 07:41:43 PM »
Salam....in addition to the practical example above, the website http://spamlinks.net/track-trace.htm is a very good resource in spam tracing. Check it out.

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General Board / Re: 419 Email and my response
« on: June 28, 2007, 09:24:59 PM »
Well...finally I got a scam mail from one dumb "scammer" below, so let use it to trace where it really came from using free online resources. The mail read...

From hopeline smith Thu Jun 28 10:45:
X-Apparently-To:   myemail@yahoo.com via 209.73.178.69; Thu, 28 Jun :45:
X-Originating-IP:   [66.196.100.69]
Return-Path:   <hopeline_smith@yahoo.com>
Authentication-Results:   mta104.mail.re3.yahoo.com from=yahoo.com; domainkeys=pass (ok)
Received:   from 66.196.100.69 (HELO web57502.mail.re1.yahoo.com) (66.196.100.69) by mta104.mail.re3.yahoo.com with SMTP; Thu, 28 Jun :45:
Received:   (qmail 25997 invoked by uid 60001); 28 Jun :45:
DomainKey-Signature:   a=rsa-sha1; q=dns; c=nofws; s=s1024; d=yahoo.com; h=X-YMail-OSG:Received:Date:From:Subject:To:In-Reply-To:MIME-Version:Content-Type:Content-Transfer-Encoding:Message-ID; b=SGemfvi6Sj0cTJZJa+U5L3vVqKFHyIEes08pb7R0ZBRhEwQHOEUbbOcMms3vm/cq2egMGKVAIqfOJGL46x/lM5eGJOWAj2bXXU7K/GnE8ysLxakPWKiJxC5VdrZB8EU6I8nRV6SOeL6Puim0Ir5e0xdfjTE7hUype+geG9rpMbk=;
X-YMail-OSG:   Z3XOW4kVM1nSgkrlu73O3yeDBC4oe0QARJRwTz8iC8gEop7FgieCRYieKWRmcpNnGQ--
Received:   from [196.207.248.31] by web57502.mail.re1.yahoo.com via HTTP; Thu, 28 Jun :45:47 PDT
Date:   Thu, 28 Jun :45: (PDT)
From:   Send an Instant Message "hopeline smith" <hopeline_smith@yahoo.com>  Add to Address BookAdd to Address Book
Yahoo! DomainKeys has confirmed that this message was sent by yahoo.com. Learn more
Subject:   ALL ABOUT ME AND MY PICTURES
To:   "Myname" <myemail@yahoo.com>
In-Reply-To:   <.7653.qm@web60011.mail.yahoo.com>
MIME-Version:   1.0
Content-Type:   multipart/mixed; boundary="-=:25687"
Content-Transfer-Encoding:   8bit
Message-ID:   <.25687.qm@web57502.mail.re1.yahoo.com>
Content-Length:   14179
HELLO DEAR,

COMPPLIMENTS OF THE DAY,HOW ARE YOU TODAY, I HOPE YOU ARE FINE.
MY NAME IS HOPELINE SMITH, I AM THE ONLY DAUGHTER OF MY FATHER. MY FATHER IS GENEERAL WILLIAM SMITH THE FORMER DIRECTOR OF COCOA EXPORT IN MY COUNTRY(COTE D' IVOIRE) WHO IS NOW DEAD.
I AM WRITING TO SOLICIT YOUR ASSISTANCE IN HELPING ME KEEP AND INVEST IN YOUR COUNTRY THE SUM OF $5.5MILLION U.S DOLLARS.THIS MONEY DEPOSITED BY MY LATE FATHER IN FINANCE FIRM IN DAKAR SENEGAL, UNDER MY NAME. THIS MONEY WAS REALISED FROM COCOA EXPORT. JUST  A COUPLE OF WEEKS  AGO, I WAS INFORMED ABOUT THIS FUND  BY THE FINANCE FIRM WHERE MY FATHER DEPOSITED IT. I HAVE VISITED THE FINANCE FIRM HERE IN SENEGAL TO ACCRETION THE JENUITY  OF THE FUND.
 
HOWEVER, THE FINANCE COMPANY COULD NOT RELEASE THE FUND TO ME ON THE CONDITION THAT I HAVE TO PROVIDE SOMEBODY WHO IS UP TO 30YRS WHO CAN STAND AS A TRUSTEE ,SO THAT THEY CAN BE ABLE TO HAND THE PERSON OVER THE MONEY FOR SAFE KEEPING AND INVESTMENT UNTIL I AM UP TO 30YRS SINCE I AM ONLY 26YRS OR I HAVE TO WAIT UNTIL I AM UP 30YRS BEFORE THEY CAN RELEASE THE BOX TO ME. AT THE MOMENT, I AM FINANCIALLY HANDICAPPED THAT I CAN NOT AFFORD TO WAIT FOR THE NEXT  4YRS BEFORE THE MONEY COULD BE RELEASED TO ME. THAT IS WHY I WRITE TO REQUEST FROM YOU IF YOU WILL BE DISPOSED IN HELPING ME KEEP AND INVEST THIS MONEY WITHOUT THE KNOWLEDGE OF ANYBODY.
I WILL OFFER YOU A REASONABLE % OUT OF THIS MONEY  OR WE CAN ENTER INTO PARTNERSHIP AT THE END OF THE DAY.

MY REGARDS,

HOPELINE  SMITH.

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The photos attached were of one "Lepa shandy" hoping that will make me respond positively.....don't mind them.

First we display Full Headers of the email, thats how we got what look like lines of code at the beginning of the email (I substituted my actual email address) next we look for the Received row that display the actual I.P address...

Received: from [196.207.248.31] by web57502.mail.re1.yahoo.com via HTTP; Thu, 28 Jun :45:47 PDT

The actual IP address used is 196.207.248.31, so we begin by tracing it via a free resource website http://tools-on.net/net.shtml (Leader's Whois). The result will look like....
   
[ Leader's Whois ]

 
INVESTIGATION REPORT

Note: network slowdown can hopple to get results in reasonable max. wait time. So you can try to revisit this page a bit later if you see no results.

Don't forget to visit my leader.ru server.

Warning:
The code of this module is in beta again (since 09/06/2004).
Some information will be incomplete untill the new version is done. 

General Information
Hostname
Cannot be resolved
IP 196.207.248.31

Network Information
Owner
OrgName: RIPE Network Coordination Centre
Location
OrgID: RIPE, Address: P.O. Box 10096, City: Amsterdam, StateProv: PostalCode: 1001EB, Country: NL
Contact Information
196.200.0.0 - 196.207.255.255, CIDR: 196.200.0.0/13, NetName: RIPE-ERX-196-200-0-0, NetHandle: NET-196-200-0-0-1, Parent: NET-196-0-0-0-0, NetType: Early Registrations, Transferred to RIPE NCC, Comment: These addresses have been further assigned to users in, Comment: the RIPE NCC region. Contact information can be found in, Comment: the RIPE database at http://www.ripe.net/whois, RegDate: , Updated:

Leader's Whois module v 4.0 (C) by Alexander K. Yezhov,
admin@tools-on.net
   
Copyright   Alexander K. Yezhov


The search couldn't resolve the IP but the Comment gave us a link to query for the name of the organization using the IP address range which is http://www.ripe.net/whois so we go to that page and search for the IP 196.207.248.31 Our search result will look like...

Next Section     

Query the RIPE Database
Search for         
Switch to the RIPE TEST Database

% This is the RIPE Whois query server #1.
% The objects are in RPSL format.
%
% Rights restricted by copyright.
% See http://www.ripe.net/db/copyright.html

% Note: This output has been filtered.
%       To receive output for a database update, use the "-B" flag.

% Information related to '196.207.192.0 - 196.207.255.255'

inetnum:         196.207.192.0 - 196.207.255.255
org:             ORG-AFNC1-RIPE
netname:         AFRINIC-NET-TRANSFERRED-
descr:           This network has been transferred to AFRINIC
remarks:         These IP addresses are assigned in the AFRINIC region.
remarks:         Authoritative registration information for this network
remarks:         is available for query and modification in
remarks:         the AFRINIC whois database: whois.afrinic.net or
remarks:         web site: http://www.afrinic.net
remarks:         The routing registry information (route(6) objects)
remarks:         may be published in any Routing Registry, including
remarks:         RIPE Whois Database
country:         EU # country is really somewhere in African Region
admin-c:         AFRI-RIPE
tech-c:          AFRI-RIPE
status:          ALLOCATED PA "status:" definitions
mnt-by:          RIPE-NCC-HM-MNT
mnt-routes:      RIPE-NCC-RPSL-MNT
source:          RIPE # Filtered

organisation:    ORG-AFNC1-RIPE
org-name:        African Internet Numbers Registry
org-type:        RIR
address:         see http://www.afrinic.net
e-mail:          bitbucket@ripe.net
admin-c:         AFRI-RIPE
tech-c:          AFRI-RIPE
remarks:         For more information on AFRINIC assigned blocks, use
remarks:         AFRINIC's whois database, whois.afrinic.net.
mnt-ref:         RIPE-NCC-HM-MNT
mnt-by:          RIPE-NCC-HM-MNT
source:          RIPE # Filtered

role:            The African Internet Numbers Registry
org:             ORG-AFNC1-RIPE
address:         AFRINIC, see http://www.afrinic.net
admin-c:         AFRI-RIPE
tech-c:          AFRI-RIPE
nic-hdl:         AFRI-RIPE
e-mail:          bitbucket@ripe.net
remarks:         For more information on AFRINIC assigned blocks, connect
remarks:         to AFRINIC's whois database, whois.afrinic.net.
mnt-by:          RIPE-NCC-HM-MNT
source:          RIPE # Filtered


From our search result we now know that the IP is assigned to an organization "country: EU # country is really somewhere in African Region" and we got another lead from there to query for the actual address, which is the site whois.afrinic.net Again we query it and bingo the following result....

% This is the AfriNIC Whois server.

% Information related to '196.207.248.0 - 196.207.248.63'

inetnum:      196.207.248.0 - 196.207.248.63
netname:      ADSL-REGIONS
descr:        Pool ADSL DSLAM Koungueul
country:      SN
admin-c:      SBT7-AFRINIC
tech-c:       MN1281-AFRINIC
tech-c:       SBT7-AFRINIC
status:       ASSIGNED PA
notify:       sbthiam@sentoo.sn
mnt-by:       SMM-MNT
mnt-lower:    SMM-MNT
changed:      sbthiam@sentoo.sn
source:       AFRINIC
parent:         196.207.248.0 - 196.207.248.255

person:       Seydou Bocar THIAM
address:      SOCIETE NATIONALES DES TELECOMMUNICATIONS
address:      Direction des Reseaux
address:      6 Rue Wagane DIOUF
address:      BP 69 Dakar
address:      SENEGAL
phone:       
fax-no:       
e-mail:       sbthiam@sentoo.sn
nic-hdl:      SBT7-AFRINIC
notify:       modyndiaye@sentoo.sn
changed:      modyndiaye@sentoo.sn
changed:      hostmaster@afrinic.net
remarks:      data has been transferred from RIPE Whois Database
source:       AFRINIC

person:       Mody Ndiaye
address:      SOCIETE NATIONALES DES TELECOMMUNICATIONS
address:      Sonatel
address:      Dakar
address:      Senegal
e-mail:       modyndiaye@sentoo.sn
phone:       
fax-no:       
nic-hdl:      MN1281-AFRINIC
notify:       modyndiaye@sentoo.sn
mnt-by:       SMM-MNT
changed:      modyndiaye@sentoo.sn
remarks:      data has been transferred from RIPE Whois Database
source:       AFRINIC


From the result we now know the person actually send the mail from SENEGAL using Internet access provided by the above address (to probably a cyber cafe). If it's a serious fraud then the above can be contacted and they'll be able to provide info as to which service provider (or cybercafe) was used including the computer itself. The authorities can be able to take it up from there coz they have the power to look into it.

I'll be available for any questions or clarification....Barkan ku Yan'uwa. Sorry for taking too long to put this up...I guess we've all been busy lately  :)

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Islam / Re: Supplication when one is disappointed about his Life
« on: June 14, 2007, 01:51:24 PM »
too true husnaa..

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General Board / Re: 419 Email and my response
« on: May 27, 2007, 10:40:27 PM »
aight....will do

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General Board / Re: Musa Yar Adua - What was his track record
« on: May 26, 2007, 06:54:44 PM »
Ai lallai ta faru ta kare, there's nothing else he can do...he doesn't know what he was getting into, looking for a 'stooge'  ;D

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General Board / Re: 419 Email and my response
« on: May 26, 2007, 06:47:08 PM »
There are softwares that allow u to trace the route email took to reach u, in anycase the IP is always embedded in the email header so all u have to do is view header and pick up from there...almost anybody can do it with little determination, its fun. If u like, I can post a tutorial on it.

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General Board / Re: 419 Email and my response
« on: May 25, 2007, 09:21:13 PM »
Well, after tracing the originating IP address I file a formal complain with the ISP to alert them as to the activities of the fraudsters. The probs is that some ISP's hardly bother to do anything about it. I traced one fraudster to NITEL Internet once but I didn't bother to find out who was assigned that IP address.

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General Board / Re: 419 Email and my response
« on: May 23, 2007, 06:47:06 PM »
I either ignore them or try to trace the source IP...its fun  :)

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chit-chat / Re: Kano Babes na Wa O!
« on: May 22, 2007, 08:48:59 PM »
Hmmmm....I like the word "upgrade", sounds like some kind of hardware, but I guess its 'software'....right? ;D

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COMMENTARY
Hang in there, America: Competent leadership is just 600-plus days away
By JOSEPH L. GALLOWAY
McClatchy Newspapers

As of May 17th, there were 613 days left until Jan. 20, 2009, and the end of our long national nightmare as President George W. Bush and his Rasputin, Vice President Dick Cheney, shuffle off to their necessarily well-guarded retirement homes and onto the ash heap of history.

So much of what they talked about doing in a new century and a new and different world never came to pass. So much of what they did to grow the power of the presidency and prune the constitutional safeguards crafted by our Founding Fathers, they never talked about.

The American people have turned their backs on George Bush and his dreams of planting the seeds of democracy in Mesopotamia at the point of a gun and seeing them spread like kudzu across the Middle East.

He's failed in his quest for victory in Iraq and for a world put in order by a new and stronger United States, and his brash blundering into a dangerous land has made us all much less safe.

The president's approval ratings are below his knees, sinking to 28 percent in one recent poll, and he cannot recover short of the kind of miracle that parts seas and feeds the multitudes.

The war that was never ours to win by military means - the only button this president who never learned war ever learned how to push - is lost. Bush and Cheney and the rest of their cronies and co-conspirators are toast.

The question is: How did such ordinary-looking men - seemingly unable to carry out even the smallest non-political tasks of governing - succeed in doing such extraordinary and lasting damage to our country, our military and our body politic in so few years?

With Congress in the hands of the Democrats, and the 2008 election looming dead ahead, the president can't even count on key figures in his own Republican Party to stand behind him as he embarks on a long and painful lame duckhood.

His hopes of crafting meaningful immigration reform and fixing Social Security are dead on arrival. The legacies that George W. Bush will carry into retirement are the war he started, lost and stubbornly refused to end, and the corruption that he and his team visited on our democracy and Constitution.

The president's lawyer, "mi abogado," Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, dangles in the wind as we learn, day by day, of how grotesquely this administration politicized the professional staff of the Justice Department.

It was Gonzales, as White House counsel, who provided legal cover for the torture and maltreatment of prisoners and suspects that led directly to the Abu Ghraib prison scandal and the CIA's secret Kafkaesque prisons scattered around the world where "enhanced" interrogation methods were generously, if unproductively, employed.

It was Gonzales, as attorney general, who hired and gave unprecedented hiring and firing powers to a 33-year-old attorney, Monica Goodling, who'd graduated from a TV evangelist's law school. It was Goodling who resigned and took the Fifth Amendment to avoid answering questions that hadn't even been asked. It was Goodling who was Justice's liaison to the White House and Karl Rove.

Meantime, the White House can't find 5 million e-mail messages involving official business and refuses to provide many of those it can find to the congressional committees investigating the firing of U.S. attorneys.

The agencies of government - the CIA, FBI, Treasury, Department of Defense and who knows who else - use secret executive authority to suck up databases of personal information about ordinary Americans, without regard to their privacy rights, in a search for suspected terrorists.

Have they found any using that information? Have they unearthed terror cells with more potential than the ones in Florida and New Jersey that were penetrated and perhaps manipulated by FBI informants? That sort of terrorist isn't half so frightening as George W. Bush and Dick Cheney.

Over in Iraq, 150,000 American troops soldier on, attempting, at the cost of their own lives and limbs, to follow the orders of a president who still thinks he can pull victory out of defeat.

A democratically elected but hopelessly divided Iraqi parliament feuds and dithers and contemplates its summer vacation while Americans and Iraqis die in increasing numbers in the streets outside the Green Zone, and the mortar and rocket fire lands inside that sanctuary with increasing frequency.

Six-hundred-fourteen days, and counting. Nineteen months. It doesn't seem possible or even bearable.

---

ABOUT THE WRITER

Joseph L. Galloway is former senior military correspondent for Knight Ridder Newspapers and co-author of the national best-seller "We Were Soldiers Once ... and Young." Readers may write to him at: P.O. Box 399, Bayside, Texas 78340; e-mail: jlgalloway2@cs.com.


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Science and Technology / Re: KAFA KUNGIYAR ICT
« on: April 29, 2007, 07:53:45 PM »
yan-uwa, yaya labarin kafa kungiyar ne?

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