In the final chapters of THE SEX TOURIST you can read about a hacking technique using Blackshades, but in this blog I want to write about another one. Despite keeping my anti-virus software up to date my laptop was hacked and my DNS was hijacked. They call this kind of cyber-attack DNS Hijacking or DNS Redirection. A malware found its way to my laptop … Read More DNS Hijacking – My Laptop was Hacked
It is time to remember, applaud and reflect on Paige Birgfeld’s life with a sigh of relief. Her murderer is going to spend the rest of his life in jail. If you type Paige’s name into Google, the summary on the right side says ‘Paige Birgfeld – Stripper’. This label is unfair and it should change to ‘Self Employed’ or something similar. She was … Read More A Devoted Mother and Victim of Sexual Violence
** This content is strictly over 18. It deals with misogyny and sexual violence and may not be suitable for some sensitive readers. ** Why is there so much demand for porn? What makes it a multi-billion dollar industry? On the face of it the answers look simple: reproduction is one of the main primal instincts in all living creatures, including humans. Therefore part … Read More An Orange Golf Ball Collection with the Smell of Sex
The majority of serial killers’ victims are women. Among them the sex workers are exposed the most due to their “high risk lifestyles”. They are the most convenient targets of serial killers. A definition of serial murder was settled on by the FBI recently: “The unlawful killing of two or more victims by the same offender(s), in separate events.” Known serial killers are rare, … Read More Are Serial Killers Rare?
For many working girls, loitering on the streets is a thing of the past. Picking up a sex worker has become much easier in the UK and elsewhere due to sex apps. A website called ‘Find Brothels’ claims to have almost 15,000 brothels just in the London area and tens of thousands more elsewhere in England. How could this be when brothels are actually … Read More Brothels in the UK
In July the FBI has declared that software it used during a sting operation, and which judges have tried to throw out of court for not having appropriate warrants, could not be malware because the FBI did not have malicious intent. Should the government or anyone else have the right to ‘infect’ smartphones or laptops of people, even if they are suspected criminals or … Read More Ethical Use of Malware? Is That Possible?
Our DNA is the building blocks of our cells and 99.9% of all humans are the same. The 0.1% that is different, however, is enough to ensure that everybody’s internal and external characteristics will be completely unique. Identical twins, because they shared an egg, are the only people that can have the exact same DNA composition.