- From: Kulin Remailer <remailer@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 23 Apr 2011 20:27:56 -0000
Take notice of this person's abnormal push to promote these
proxies, now sometimes posting them several times a day.
There are many people providing excellent free web services
and freeware, but they do not find a need to aggressively
promote their free products unless they have advertisements
or expanded features that they want to promote and sell.
There is most certainly some ulterior motive behind these
heavily promoted proxies and I believe that they are dangerous
and should be completely avoided.
There was one test done a short while back where the tester
found after using the proxies for a short period of time (a few
days), that he was being switched over to another address without
being notified. It was considered to be very suspicious behavior
and that he was probably being switched to a hacker site for
Finally, the kind of excessively vile language and vicious
attacks that they have leveled against this warning is most
definitely the kind of vitriol you would hear from criminals.
They have thereby continuously self incriminated themselves,
manifesting a complete lack of self control. They provide the
proof themselves that these proxies are for evil purposes. As
far as their insistence that I have no proof, the common sense
circumstantial evidence is overwhelming.
This proxy group refered to themselves as 'Proxiez' in one
posting recently, probably a slip.
See: 'Rogue Host PROXIEZ-NET Taken Offline' - Russian internet host
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