My computer has been being hacked to death by a cyber-criminal for the last several weeks. He slips into my computer it seems through my email account at Roadrunner.com although he has also probably been mining pages I visit with viruses. Four times now I have seen something like a grey rectangle appear in the upper left hand corner of my browser when checking my email. It appears for a brief moment then fades and vanishes quickly. Within a minute's time my computer slows down to about 1% its normal speed, my mouse seems to have a life of its own and I can only use it at all with great difficulty, links take forever to open, and my anti-virus program keeps telling me it has blocked a malware attack from some place called go.wyn.deo .. or something like that. However, the truth is, it HASN'T blocked anything .. and it keeps reporting it is blocking the same malware or trojan or whatever it is over and over with increasing rapidity. Eventually the warning sound Windows makes when you do something wrong on it keeps sounding. My only recourse, since Avast! and McAfee both fail to detect it, let alone deal with it, is to restore my computer to an earlier date. This only succeeds in getting rid of the virus from anywhere between 24 hours to a week before it happens again. Eventually this viscious little bastard will win and my computer will become useless. I am winning battles, but losing the war.
He has even created a few pages of phony websites that come up when Googling the name of the malware that address this issue ... in very bad English. They pretend to have the solution to the problem, but the fixes are all a bunch of hogwash. They seem at firsrt glance to be written by various people, but when one reads closely the style of the writing and even exact wording and phrases prove the author is the same person. The sites most likely further infect the computer even worse.
WHO IS THE GUILTY PARTY? OR RATHER, WHO IS THE LIKELIEST SUSPECT? SOME BACKGROUND:
That Canadian "troll" who was bothering me on my blog who first went by the name "Dr Rand" and then began using the names "Ellen," "curious," "Jenny," and then "Ian" all with very similar IP addresses (all coming from Charlottetown, New Brunswick, Canada) was not a troll ... he was something far worse: a cyber-stalker. He IS obsessed with me and trying to destroy everything I am and everything I do.
His "final" post on my blog was him pretending to be someone named "Gina." Again, Gina's IP was the same as Ian's. As "Gina" he made a veiled "warning" of harm coming against me and it reads as follows: "Someone will not rest until your website is disbanded. You are his split apart, and he works for "Weebly". My advice is to close your website. He lives close to you and is obsessed. Beware." This was dated 02/15/2014 2:06pm.
On Wednesday, March 5, 2014 10:38 PM and again at 11:47 PM, I received the following two emails, both with the same identical one sentence death threat: "Be Warned: Am I Hired To Kill You!" The emails allegedly came from South Africa.
About a month ago he posted some more crap on my blog. Same IP address as before. I blocked them as spam immediately.
I believe this person is actually Chinese or North Korean because a few days after I received the death threat he found me on Twitter and tweeted a post connected to my Twitter account and it had links to two sites, both loaded with viruses. Fortunately, my anti-virus software caught them both before they could infiltrate my computer. I saw his Twitter profile image on the tweet and it was a photo of a young Asiatic man age 18 to 25 with an angry look on his face. I told the "jackass" to stop tweeting tweets that link my account to pages with viruses, and within 12 hours his post disappeared (he deleted it) leaving me raving at nobody. I then deleted my tweet.
Ever since this happened I have been getting multiple accounts with different "user names" (very weird names as though computer-generated) set up on my Prophetic Messenger Service Forum. Each one of these say country of origin is always Canada, that the sex is always "male," and the age given is always 25 years old. All of his links point to harmless-looking URLs of websites ... each one with a virus in it if you click on it. Again, my anti-virus software was able to catch them so they could't do any damage to my machine. Apparently, they are no longer able to stop these malicious attacks.
At first I deleted these accounts, but now I am locking them. Either he has dozens of people working for him or he is capable of ghosting his IP address by changing it ever so slightly and also has as many email addresses as wants. If I had not deleted any of his accounts, there would be at least 20 or 30 pages filled with his multiple user names, all identical: Male, Canada, 25 years old with links to sites with viruses.
However, a search of his IP addresses reveal he is not sending them from Canada at all, but from CHINA! The smartass on Twitter was Chinese or Korean too. Probably 25 years old. I wouldn't at all be surprised if "Ian" is actually from China or North Korea and not New Brunswick ... or perhaps he is from China or North Korea and lives in New Brunswick.
I don't know if he is linked in any way to the two "death threats" emailed out about 9 hours apart back in March 2014. He could have set up an account with the South African internet firm so as to make his emails look like they were coming from Africa. They may actually be death threats too, not by a hit man, but by HIM posing as one. In other words, he is a real STALKER dedicated to the destruction of both my web sites, my Twitter account, and my forum and, failing that, the destruction of me personally!
So now you know what I am facing, and why updating my site has been so difficult recently. I will be toning down on putting up news links that show a prediction may be fulfilled. I believe you all pretty much know what is going on in the news to decide for yourselves. However, if a prediction is fulfilled, I will certainly draw attention to that, and document it. I will also work at building my site back up, its home page (not updated since 2011), improving navigation as much as I possibly can, and writing more articles for this blog as well.
I will, that is, until the bastard finally succeeds in stopping me.
As viewers, you all have the right to know this. It is highly possible that I may soon be without a computer and this will cause an interruption in updating that could persist for a number of months, possibly even a year or more. The fact is I can't afford the cost of repair work and may not be able to for a long time to come.
So hail the cyberstalkers of the world, they kill, they injure, and they destroy ... they win and never lose! They can accomplish online what ten bullies could never succeed at doing in the real world. Pray you are never victimized by one of these evil cowards!