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Posted Aug 17, 1999

How to locate people ONLINE...: An excellent step by step tutorial on how to track people down using Internet tools.

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<P><B><TT><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF"><FONT SIZE=+2>How to find people ONLINE...
A "how to" manual....</FONT></FONT></TT></B></P>

<P><B><I><TT><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF">First things first, I am going to assume
that you have a copy of NETSCAN32.. If you dont then then <A HREF="http://www.tucows.com">CLICK HERE</A>
and get it from tucows!!!</FONT></TT></I></B></P>

<P><B><I><TT><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF">Next that you have a winsock type PPP
connection... That you'll have to get on your own.</FONT></TT></I></B></P>

<P><B><TT><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF">GETTING STARTED</FONT></TT></B></P>

<P><B><I><TT><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF">We'll assume that you want to find someone
to -for instance get their real name. With that and the local library you
can get their phone # and address, with that information you can get a
birth certificate, social security #, driver's License #, credit report,
etc... AMAZING ISN'T IT!!!</FONT></TT></I></B></P>

<P><B><I><TT><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF">For the purposes of this document we'll
use some information from a hack job done recently. Including the uniformative information.</FONT></TT></I></B></P>

<P><I><TT><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF">This is the asshole I was looking for:</FONT></TT></I></P>

<P><B><I><TT><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF">gambit = gambit@sfsu.edu</FONT></TT></I></B></P>

<P><I><TT><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF">First step was to peg the IP addresses
of the server with the Name Server function....</FONT></TT></I></P>

<P><B><I><TT><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF">Translated Name: sfsu.edu IP Address:
130.212.10.162 IP Address: 115.102.115.117 IP Address: 46.101.100.117 IP
Address: 0.41.0.5 IP Address: 198.41.0.6</FONT></TT></I></B></P>

<P><I><TT><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF">A PING to see which IP responded.. that
would also be the one you telnet to if you don't specify the IP address!!
It may not let you in but the others might... Try them all</FONT></TT></I></P>

<P><B><I><TT><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF">Pinging sfsu.edu [130.212.10.162] with
48 data bytes</FONT></TT></I></B></P>

<P><B><I><TT><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF">Reply from 130.212.10.162: 48 bytes
in 331 msec. TTL: 241 Reply from 130.212.10.162: 48 bytes in 326 msec.
TTL: 241 Reply from 130.212.10.162: 48 bytes in 320 msec. TTL: 241 Reply
from 130.212.10.162: 48 bytes in 321 msec. TTL: 241 No data received.</FONT></TT></I></B></P>

<P><B><I><TT><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF">PING Statistics for sfsu.edu 5 packets
transmitted, 4 packets received, 20% packet loss round-trip (ms) min/avg/max
= 320/324/331</FONT></TT></I></B></P>

<P><B><I><TT><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF">Sending 48 data bytes to sfsu.edu [130.212.10.162]</FONT></TT></I></B></P>

<P><I><TT><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF">Now we run a TRACEROUTE... This will help
us visualize and see the geographic location (In this case SanFrancisco)</FONT></TT></I></P>

<P><B><I><TT><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF">1:Received echo from ? [204.214.228.129]
in 200 msec. 2:Received echo from in-gw-e0/LIT.intellinet.com [204.182.227.1]
in 209 msec. 3:Received echo from sl-fw-11-S2/5-T1.sprintlink.net [144.228.131.49]
in 229 msec. 4:Received echo from sl-fw-5-F1/0.sprintlink.net [144.228.30.5]
in 490 msec. 5:Received echo from sl-kc-2-H2/0-T3.sprintlink.net [144.228.10.77]
in 268 msec. 6:Received echo from sl-chi-15-H2/0-T3.sprintlink.net [144.228.10.69]
in 295 msec. 7:Received echo from sl-chi-6-F0/0.sprintlink.net [144.228.50.6]
in 277 msec. 8:Received echo from sl-chi-nap-H1/0-T3.sprintlink.net [144.228.56.10]
in 275 msec. 9:Received echo from aads-F.mci.net [198.32.130.227] in 284
msec. 10:Received echo from core3-hssi1-0.WillowSprings.mci.net [204.70.1.197]
in 271 msec. 11:Received echo from core1.Bloomington.mci.net [204.70.4.161]
in 298 msec. 12:Received echo from border1-fddi-0.Bloomington.mci.net [204.70.2.130]
in 312 msec. 13:Received echo from csunet-losnettos.Bloomington.mci.net
[204.70.48.6] in 306 msec. 14:Received echo from SanFrancisco-ATM-GW.CSU.NET
[204.102.243.144] in 323 msec. 15:Received 48 bytes from sfsu.edu [130.212.10.162]
in 318 msec.</FONT></TT></I></B></P>

<P><B><I><TT><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF">TraceRoute Statistics for sfsu.edu 15
packets transmitted, 15 packets received, 0% packet loss round-trip (ms)
min/avg/max = 200/290/490</FONT></TT></I></B></P>

<P><I><TT><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF">You guessed it - Time for a WHOIS - BUT
use the ds.internic.net sever not the rs..... it will search everywhere.</FONT></TT></I></P>

<P><I><TT><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF">He wasn't there though - There are some
names and addresses and phone #'s of sysadmin listed (HOME #'s)</FONT></TT></I></P>

<P><B><I><TT><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF">The ds.internic.net whois server is
being queried: -------------------- Gaon, Brian D. (BDG6) bgaon@SFSUVAX1.SFSU.EDU
San Francisco State University 1600 Holloway Avenue San Francisco, CA 94132
(415) 338-2876</FONT></TT></I></B></P>

<P><B><I><TT><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF">Record last updated on 02-Jul-91.</FONT></TT></I></B></P>

<P><B><I><TT><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF">The rs.internic.net whois server is
being queried:</FONT></TT></I></B></P>

<P><B><I><TT><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF">Baum, Amy (AB374) greenbd@SFSU.EDU 510.757.3333
Gonzalez, Aurelio (AG344) aurelio@SFSU.EDU 415-276-0532 MacDonald, C.j
(CM1455) cjm@SFSU.EDU 415-752-9305 Naumann, Jon (JL311) jnaumann@sfsu.edu
(415) 338-1584 Riddle, Stephen (SR1056) sriddle@SFSU.EDU 415-752-8512 Schmidt,
Heidi (HS30) heidis@SFSU.EDU 415-338-6175 Strickler, Don (DS2362) dons@SFSU.EDU
415-338-3046 Tse, Jack (JT124) jack@SFSU.EDU 415-338-2627</FONT></TT></I></B></P>

<P><B><I><TT><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF">The nic.ddn.mil whois server is being
queried:</FONT></TT></I></B></P>

<P><B><I><TT><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF">No match for mailbox "@SFSU.EDU".</FONT></TT></I></B></P>

<P><I><TT><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF">This time I whois'd GAMBIT instead of the
server (he might not have an account there - it might be a spoof....</FONT></TT></I></P>

<P><B><I><TT><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF">Fried, Matt (MF236) gambit@MONADNOCK.KEENE.EDU
(603)358-8028 Gambit Automated Design Inc. (NET-NET-GAMBIT) NET-GAMBIT
204.30.212.0 Gambit Automated Design Inc. (GAMBIT-DOM) GAMBIT.COM Gambit
BBS (GAMBITBBS-DOM) GAMBITBBS.COM Gambit Communications, Inc. (GAMBITCOMM-DOM)
GAMBITCOMM.COM Gambit Media (GUAGENTI-DOM) GUAGENTI.COM Gambit New Orleans
Weekly (GAMBIT-NO-DOM) GAMBIT-NO.COM Gambit Systems (GAMBITSYS-DOM) GAMBITSYS.COM
Nelson, Philip (PN218) gambit@VARMM.COM 318-322-8222 Ritter, Russell (RR1116)
gambit@CDSNET.NET 541.883.2028 ext.35</FONT></TT></I></B></P>

<P><B><I><TT><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF">The nic.ddn.mil whois server is being
queried:</FONT></TT></I></B></P>

<P><B><I><TT><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF">whois: connect: Connection refused</FONT></TT></I></B></P>

<P><I><TT><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF">There were a couple... to be sure Telnet
into the mail server (port 19 or 25) like so :</FONT></TT></I></P>

<P><B><I><TT><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF">vrfy gambit@sfsu.edu</FONT></TT></I></B></P>

<P><B><I><TT><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF">250 ALONZO SAMPSON <gambit@mercury.sfsu.edu>
San Francisco State University</FONT></TT></I></B></P>

<P><I><TT><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF">Got the BASTARD.. A call to Directory Assistance
and you can get the university operator's #. They'll give you the phone
# and mailing address....</FONT></TT></I></P>

<P><B><I><TT><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF">University Operator - 415-338-1111</FONT></TT></I></B></P>

<P><I><TT><FONT COLOR="#FFFFFF">This was a simple search that included
more steps than usual for the sake of completeness. It also implied that
you could view complete headers with your news and mail programs and decipher
them.</FONT></TT></I></P>
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