rysiek rysiek at
Tue Dec 1 01:44:44 PST 2015

Dnia poniedziałek, 30 listopada 2015 21:13:50 piszesz:
> On Mon, Nov 30, 2015 at 8:32 PM, rysiek <rysiek at> wrote:
> > That's true. However, that's still better than Google or Bing, which don't
> > even go that far.
> Is a wolf in sheep's clothing better than an overt wolf?

It is not. I have not seen anything that suggests it is indeed a wolf, 

And even if it's a wolf, it's at least a different wolf than Google or Bing. 
These two have had enough sheep meet by any book.

> > What I'm trying to say, I guess, is: it would be nice if we had something
> > more to work with than just "some guys on the Internets said that for
> > realz the WHOIS showed Annapolis."
> Fair enough.  You have no particular reason to believe me; and a domain
> registration address adjacent the Naval Academy doesn't prove anything.

Not to mention registration in Benghazi and Langley, am I rite?

I do have no particular reason to believe you, that's true. And a "because I 
said so" level of proof for registration address adjacent to Naval Academy 
does indeed prove nothing. Now, if that's true, probably somebody else dug 
something up also, right?

> Nevertheless that's why I consider DDG an obvious honeypot.  YMMV.

Even if, not worse than Google or Bing. And they even sport a Tor Hidden 
Service, but I am guessing that's just to piss Juan off.

Michał "rysiek" Woźniak

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