Good job confirming your general location :tmi: to be correct and giving the potential adversaries a piece of the sudoku.All of the IPs listed in the file point to different locations >1 hour-6 hours from where I live. Now I understand why I haven’t received a free pizza yet
My job required me to have a social media presence, so I don’t actually have any personal ones. So thankfully I’ve never been at risk for being doxxed via email addresses or social media accounts.My job unintentionally doxed me some years ago. It was not even online, but print.
Why would I have multiple accounts on this site and one of them would use a username that leads to my real identity and Why would I use a throw away email address, but use a username I used elsewhere?Wow, that's an awful lot of posts from people implicated with the same IP all at once, at the same timezone. I'm gonna have to put my thinking cap on for this one. How do we solve this mystery?
FWIW here was my thinking, I'm sure @Philosophy Phil can back me up on this based on what I've shown him.That's a PIA server, rétard.
It only means both null and some random dude used the same VPN service with their location set to NY. You can take any PIA gw and there's a good chance of finding hits.Code:
dig +short https-us-newyorkcity.privateinternetaccess.com 22.214.171.124
Right, and the shared IP is a PIA address, which Null is known to use. Had he chosen to go through the Vancouver PIA server (ca-vancouver.privateinternetaccess.com -> 107.181.189.x), @OhTheBliss would be trying to dox a different set of innocent users.FWIW here was my thinking, I'm sure @Philosophy Phil can back me up on this based on what I've shown him.
Null has used multiple IP addresses. Only one of those IP addresses was used by multiple accounts. My assumption is that whoever hacked null, didn't think to remove the IP address they used during the hack.
That IP address was used by multiple accounts. I narrowed that list down, and told this dude. I told him to keep me updated and we'll look into it together.
He went rambo and posted a whole bunch of shit based on a whim, despite my cautioning him not to.
Still a perfectly valid lead, even if Shanghaiguy isn't the dude (he wasn't on the list I sent).
Hint: look up other IPs used by the same shared IP null used.
Mate, I told this dude not to post anything unless sure. It was a lead into a commonality. None of Nulls other IPs were used by anyone else, only that one.Right, and the shared IP is a PIA address, which Null is known to use. Had he chosen to go through the Vancouver PIA server (ca-vancouver.privateinternetaccess.com -> 107.181.189.x), @OhTheBliss would be trying to dox a different set of innocent users.
It's a legitimate address used by Null and of no significance.