Cryptogon has been swamped with recent traffic from .gov (U.S., Canadian and Australian) and .mil. domains.
Users from Department of Homeland Security, National Security Agency, Internal Revenue Service, Treasury Department, State Department, Special Operations Command, Central Intelligence Agency, every branch of the military and many others are showing up regularly. And there are thousands of hits from IPs that originate in Northern Virginia and Maryland and Washington DC that don't resolve to any specific domain. Sure, some of them are regular home and business users. But you can bet your life that some of them aren't. If I can make my web activity look like it originates from a different domain than the one I'm physically connected to, all of the rest of these guys can do the same thing. It's not hard. What I don't understand is why any of these domains still resolve at all!? You would think .gov and .mil would have done something about that by now.
It's funny. I'm a guy who shows up to a restaurant before 8am, because if you get their before 8am, an omelet and all the coffee you can drink costs only $4. I haven't bought new clothes (except for a pair of boxers that were on sale for $5) in about two years. I'm a guy who laughs at the stupidity of government. I have a degree in International Relations and I've never once tried to get any job related to government work. The entire thing is a scam, a lie that is feeble at best! Even so, I have people from all branches of the military and most of the government reading my site on a daily basis. In some bizarro twist of fate, more people in government are reading my bum level analysis than would have ever read my work if I had become a paid, appearance-maintaining bullsh*t scribbler for any of those acronym agencies you see below.
Man, it's a weird, weird world.
fernwood-arbiter-b.net.nih.gov, internet1.irs.gov, sherman.state.gov, nwg001-ce2.customs.treas.gov, nat.jccbi.gov, gatekeeper4.fcc.gov, clayton.state.gov, vicce004.net.gov.bc.ca, dknrgwpxav01.defence.gov.au, internet2.irs.gov, res11.gtwy.uscourts.gov, relay1.ucia.gov, moltar.llnl.gov, ip209128029254.gov.nf.ca, dal.net.va.gov, internet3.irs.gov, ws125-042.f04.nsf.gov, lsm9n.gtwy.uscourts.gov, lgraves.wasc.noaa.gov, denver-254.blm.gov, n021.dhs.gov, gk-west-24.srvs.usps.gov, cerf.grc.nasa.gov, amcproxy.jccbi.gov, cache2.cdc.gov, mdrd.aphis.usda.gov, www.ns1.ftb.ca.gov, wolfson.health.gov.il, tias-gw1.treas.gov, gk-east-7.usps.gov, c329972.ne.anl.gov, secfwopc.sec.gov, troy.defcen.gov.au, ellisonjgx270.ornl.gov, lnx121.ncep.noaa.gov
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