This test was completed at approximately 7:30 am, 11/23/2011:
HOMExxxx gets 5 bars within two minutes after i connect, then relatively disappears after I disconnect my device
HOMExxxx appears to be the triangulator signal, stays around one-two bars.
Nxxxxx shows up when i connect, disappears about two minutes after disconnect.
usiw_secure_xxxxxx gets hot after I connect and jumps to 5 bars
These results were replicated over three trials spanning twenty five minutes. I ran the test because I had noticed browser performance issues, even when using TOR. I had also on several occasions had my ******device slow down to what appeared to be massively slow and incredibly (4 minutes or more to load a page) intermittent service.
At another point my device registered a different phone number, and also appeared to be running two connections. These problems are reminiscent of many other times over the years where I was gang stalked, NSA rerouted, and redirected, hijacked, and otherwise had a connection re-routed to mind-bendingly slow speeds for hours at a time.
I suspect someone is ‘leeching,’ using, or hacking my connection. This has happened on several occasions.
Other networks that are routine and show no variations are : various uxxxx, two Linksys–one open network, one closed, mac xxxx, fxxxthexxx, pxxxxxxxx, etc. All of these maintain constant wireless broadcasting strength from 1-5 bars.
showed up in Wisconsin and in Illinois.
J1SS might have been in Wisconsin, but showed up in Illinois, This is the nature and the method of GS/law enfarcement, and indicates at least one part/one aspect/onecomponent of the TOR hacking by the NSA. The multi-state, GPS positioned, and ‘rapid response’ indicates something deeper than mere prying–and indicates a wider ‘net’ of connections, and backdoor operations.
- Blast from the past: How I knew that TOR had been hacked, and more (viviccf.wordpress.com)
- Majority of Tor encryption keys may be vulnerable to NSA codebreakers (dailydot.com)
- DuckDuckGo app for Android ships with TOR integration now (ghacks.net)
- Tor stands strong against the NSA, but your browser can bring you down (pcworld.com)
- Tor and the rise of anonymity networks (dailydot.com)
- FBI hacking kidpr0n malefactors through captured servers (wired.com)
- wired: FBI Admits It Controlled Tor Servers Behind Mass Malware Attack (wired.com)
- The NSA’s War on TOR (lunaticoutpost.com)