Where is Coderman?
schear.steve at gmail.com
Wed Jan 2 11:52:21 PST 2019
Excellent reasons to be "self-employed" as a crypto asset trader with a
friend fronting for you at any exchanges requiring AML/KYC for fiat
withdrawals to bank accounts. Maybe buy a "pre-paid" major CC in your name
from someone dividing up their large credit line into smaller (e.g., $2000)
accounts and "renting" them out. If you can live off these CCs they can be
quite effective. (Some CC-issuers are questioning or closing or suspending
accounts with more than a few named "friends").
Don't forget to use Monero and or Samourai wallet's new ricochet feature
greatly impede blockchain analyzers (for BTC-only).
On Wed, Jan 2, 2019 at 8:00 AM John Newman <jnn at synfin.org> wrote:
> On Mon, Dec 31, 2018 at 04:53:15PM -0700, Mirimir wrote:
> > On 12/31/2018 02:30 PM, Where is Coderman? wrote:
> > > Where is Coderman?
> > >
> > > Searching public database and https://www.bop.gov/inmateloc/ shows no
> record of Martin Peck in prison.
> > >
> > > He filed Court case "Roark v. United States 6:12-cv-01354-MC" at
> > > 27464 SW Vandershuere Road
> > > Hillsboro, OR 97123
> > >
> > >
> > > This looks to be not there anymore? Or maybe Coderman got rid of
> > >
> > > A while back Coderman posted about FBI disruption strategies. Did
> Coderman get disrupted? Or is Coderman dead?
> > My best guess: he gave up the persona after being outed as Martin Peck.
> > This was my news of it:
> > -------- Forwarded Message --------
> > Subject: Re: Re: Pastebin of banned accounts found
> > Date: Thu, 31 Aug 2017 19:59:07 +0200
> > From: carlo von lynX <lynX at time.to.get.psyced.org>
> > To: <SNIP>
> > Hello, illustre group of recipients. I made a bit of research
> > into the matter, wanting to figure out which e-mail exchange
> > made "coderman" think I belong into a list of troublemakers
> > even if I do my best to always discuss rationally - and how
> > such a list would come about with so many respected names
> > along mine. Well, I was successful. Here is what I found.
> > Mr coderman admits to go by the real name "Martin R. Peck".
> > He caused some confusion by promoting a fake NSA program that
> > didn't actually exist. On the Whonix forum he "anonymously"
> > reported his own news, introducing himself as follows:
> > > Martin R. Peck, software engineer, has created this BigSun automated
> > redaction system, which he has offered to provide to the NSA.
> > At the same time I had been having an exchange with him
> > where I had openly dared to doubt the safety of the debian
> > binary distribution system - a threat that he tried to
> > downplay by comparing it with much less likely threats.
> > See
> > thru
> > We didn't actually arrive at any inflammatory tones, he
> > just disappeared after his identity had been lifted and
> > his argumentation started to look suspicious more than anything.
> > Disappearing was a smart move, as I had indeed forgotten
> > entirely about him. Probably so have you.
> > What do I gather from this? Keeping my hands off of debian
> > or any of its derivates has been a good choice. Same goes
> > for fedora. Everybody get your gentoo skills back in shape,
> > or help Guix/Nix get ready for prime time.
> It's been years since I used gentoo/portage, but my understanding is
> that its trended towards binary packages.. of course, this may be a
> misunderstanding, because I haven't used it in years :)
> And I'm sure you can still use portage in strictly source build mode.
> I've noticed the same thing with FreeBSD - unless you keep your own
> package repo with poudriere, or maybe portmaster or something,
> trying to keep a mix of stuff installed via src, from ports, and
> binaries installed directly via the pkg command, can cause some
> issues. The.. "issues".. are largely to do with whether you went
> in and changed options in the `make config` stage of building a
> particular port. I suppose if you just built EVERYTHING from src
> out of ports (which actually converts what you just built into a
> FreeBSD txz pkg in the process of `make install`) and never installed
> a binary package, it might not be such a big deal.. until you tried
> to do a major OS update, via freebsd-update or via make
> buildworld/buildkernel && make installworld/installkernel, in either
> case you generally need to upgrade all your packages to use the new
> ABI, if you're doing a major version jump.
> > <SNIP>
> GPG fingerprint: 17FD 615A D20D AFE8 B3E4 C9D2 E324 20BE D47A 78C7
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