norayr at arnet.am
Sun Apr 13 13:58:41 CEST 2014
04/13/14 03:50 -ում, joerg Reisenweber-ը գրել է:
> On Sun 13 April 2014 15:26:34 Norayr Chilingarian wrote:
>> Then they need to filter who uses same Internet services as
>> me. This case it's much harder to make sure that me is me, right?
> Nope, since your internet traffic is a way better richer fingerprint of you than
> the numbers you could call (or don't, according to your planned use)
> Logging in on a single forum or webmail-service or polling your mail via POP3
> or registering with a VoIP registrar already suffices. Heck even a more or less
> arbitrary cookie left in your browser suffices.
> And as already explained a IMEI popping up out of nowhere is *always* highly
> suspicious and will usually already suffice to put you into the group of those
> 20 subjects that currently frequently use fake changing IMEIs. For the rest a
> rough geolocation will do to identify you as subject #8 of those 20 subjects.
> It's like you running the streets wearing a gorilla mask, and then changing
> your gorilla mask to a pig mask and then 100m further you swap that for a
> donkey mask. *Everybody* will look at you and there's not much doubt who you
> are, despite you never showing your real face.
> OOOH, I almost forgot: tell me which internet service you may use without a
> SIM you paid for. They will probably die from laughing about you when you
> constantly swap your IMEI without constantly swapping your SIM *and your
> geolocation* exactly same time.
Okay, I agree with all you written.
No doubt, when doing IMEI change, many details should be considered. And
no doubt, if mail/chat etc service providers cooperate with your local
intelligence agency, then you are even more vulnerable.
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