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    I believe that I am a targeted individual. My monitors, Conception and Gara. I live in Hacienda Heights where its thought to be a large gold and platinum cache. My house is said to be the "Transmitter." I found that there is copper piping ran throughout the house in a grid like pattern. Shenzen shows up on my WIFI and at the park behind me. O have found numerous handles on my Verizon phone on the Victra network. I also have Valley Vista trash service. Both companies use "Community Engagement and Involvement" as permission to record audio and video. Cloufarenet and GWS are two services that carry out there illegitimate web services. I copied text from a Http web tool for FBI.GOV. I have gathered an abundance of information during my tenure as a T.I. Any input will be greatly appreciated.


    Fbi.gov

    Welcome to Google Search Console

    To start, select property type

    DOMAIN

    URL PREFIX

    Domainnew

    All URLs across all subdomains (m., www. ...)

    All URLs across https or http

    Requires DNS verification

    Enter domain or subdomain

    CONTINUE

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    Ownership verification failed

    Verification method:
    Domain name provider

    Failure reason:
    We couldn't find your verification token in your domain's TXT records.
    We found these DNS TXT records instead:

    MS=ms39271050

    625558384-8740534

    v=spf1 +mx ip4:153.31.0.0/16 -all

    amazonses: iUbfpGEqhMPlcmJ0aykJZREltK6pWio9wOgRngnJOQE=

    google-site-verification=6UEk-jfg1xPNjz_rQGcRFJOBGxMy1aARDZUTXgSNAqw

    google-site-verification=L8cauHJF4MANoTCkMbrLkAVfHBta28ctva9n1 IDekTo

    _globalsign-domain-verification=xZMJnzdDAgURaBjUZ6qbqWaaYmV5W3sfo3TF8 mUxne

    ublrZj1CzpSEiwtiRFKDAyiek8hRqkqaTTApxvhwai14i8JqVB OauW4cA06i39H5Lhl3HnALCM/xfTxIPEXEpA==

    adobe-idp-site-verification=101945e35b37c6efd526cf706f04bc9545a02 f9cdc58dbf718678c506697d67d

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    That looks like it is fishing for cookies and restricting access. The way I would guess it is intended to work is that when we open a new office, instead of getting on an internet company's domain, we set up a new one, we make a new domain like hack.all which usually takes about six hours to "synch" into global internet address resolution. All our traffic comes from this same source, so then we make all the agents log in to hack.all and then they can use all the F. B. I. resources from headquarters. If they were trying to do it from public wifi, they would keep getting rejected.

    I could be wrong but my guess is that is an ordinary security measure.

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    Former NSA Technical Director William Binney and former NSA Senior Intelligence Analyst Kirk Wiebe summarise the outcome of the Targeted Individuals survey that they launched in 2017 and outline the next steps to obtain forensic evidence for the court cases against the global targeting program.
    ~no need2follow anyone only consider to broaden (y)our horizon of possibilities
    ~new: Stop5G.net & FB groups/Stop5G

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    One thing you would see with 5G beamforming attacks on individuals are all the other signals to the other phones would diminish greatly, because to get a beamform strong enough to attack an individual, you have to cut the energy to all the other beamforming signals.


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    Default Re: FBI Residency Offices

    Quote Posted by shaberon (here)
    That looks like it is fishing for cookies and restricting access. The way I would guess it is intended to work is that when we open a new office, instead of getting on an internet company's domain, we set up a new one, we make a new domain like hack.all which usually takes about six hours to "synch" into global internet address resolution. All our traffic comes from this same source, so then we make all the agents log in to hack.all and then they can use all the F. B. I. resources from headquarters. If they were trying to do it from public wifi, they would keep getting rejected. I could be wrong but my guess is that is an ordinary security measure.
    Shaberon, can you please clarify what this means? It sounds like you work for the fbi.

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    Quote Posted by Justplain (here)
    Shaberon, can you please clarify what this means? It sounds like you work for the fbi.
    Oh, spiffy! That is a new one.

    I do not know how to make that sound, although I have dealt with some FBI, and I didn't think they sounded like me. "We" is just an imaginary way of talking, like if I said "we" as the United States, it often has nothing to do with me personally.

    Anyway, I was not too sure what the question in the OP really is.

    Any web browser will show you the source code it is reading, and so I guess that is where the "console tool" came from.

    I am just guessing that to use all the resources on fbi.gov, that you can only visit it from approved domains. No unauthorized use and no DDoS like just happened here. Heavily restricted firewall.

    The tool is a console, which is generally a low-level program which could have any number of running or crashing scripts; it is not the "search fbi" box on their home page. So it sounds like something for protected internal communication.

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