First 2008 Thoughts from a Paranoid

Hi,

First of all let me wish you an Happy New Year, could be full of peace and serenity!

This morning, by surfing randomly the web I found, or better remembered a Secure Mail Service provided by safe-mail.net, and as my usual Paranoia I’ve done a Reverse DNS Lookup, and result is truly curious..

Name Server: EGOZ.GALIAD.CO.IL (has 109 domains)
Name Server: NS.BARAK.NET.IL (has 2,622 domains)
Name Server: NSA.SAFE-MAIL.NET

and..

Server Type: Apache/2.0.54 (Fedora)
IP Address: 213.8.161.230

IP Location    Israel – Tel Aviv – Tel Aviv – Smile Internet Gold

Name Server comes from NSA and Server comes from Israel, strange you don’t think?

See you to the next post..🙂

6 Responses to First 2008 Thoughts from a Paranoid

  1. ^_^ Me says:

    Good 2008 my dear🙂

    It’s a good way to start the new year😉

    ILY

  2. untitledfinale says:

    Happy 2008!!!😀

  3. Shlomi says:

    Hi,

    I was amazed to read the message from “First 2008 Thoughts from a Paranoid”. What a strange conclusion…

    Safe-mail.net is a private company, located in Israel.
    There is no connection, there wasn’t and most likely that won’t be any connection between Safe-mail and NSA or any other agency or government (including the Israeli and American).

    NSA.SAFE-MAIL.NET is one of the name servers of Safe-mail.net, just like NSB.SAFE-MAIL.NET.
    NSA means: first name server (NS = “name server”, A is the first letter…).
    This server, just like most of the Safe-mail.net servers, is located in one of the servers farm of “Smile Internet Gold”, which is one of the biggest ISPs in Israel.

    ALL of the Safe-mail.net servers are controlled by the Safe-mail.net team only.
    We don’t know/have the users passwords and the users data is strongly encrypted.
    I hope that this comment helps to clear this issue.

    Have a very best year,
    Safe-mail.net team.

  4. evilcodecave says:

    Hi,

    Many thanks for your specifications, its a great signal of trasparence this!

    I’ll publish your comment in a separate blog post.

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