Here are some of my projects:
Project 1: Imagery and Internet Analysis of the US Bureau of Prisons- it contains a lot of the imagery and internet articles that I found on several search engines. Here is the link to all my imagery on this project.
Project 2: Predicting Flight Paths of Air Force One- This was a massive project which involved research not only on Air Force One and its facilities, but the American Traffic Control System and the Secret Service. Unfortunately, access to this project tends to get overwhelmed because of Geocities' miserly bandwidth allowances. I'm trying to figure out a way to increase it without revealing my identity, so please revisit occassionally. But, you can get to all of the imagery for this project here. The state folders contain the imagery of where I believe all the Secret Service offices in the US are located. The scenario folders contain the imagery of predicting the flight paths, and the folders that start with a 'z' are the ARTCCs of the traffic control system in the US.
Project 3: Using Google's Translation Service to Perform Foreign Internet Reconnaisance- How to search for and possibly understand foreign web sites, even if you don't speak the language.
Project 4: Imagery and Internet Analysis of the US FBI- It contains information and imagery on the FBI with focus on their Infragard program and their Regional Computer Forensics Laboratories(RCLFs). Here is the link to all my imagery on this project.
Project 5: Imagery and Internet Analysis of the NSA and US Internet Exchange Points- This project is a quick look at the NSA and their possible interception of Internet traffic flowing through North America. It may just be speculation, but after the revelation that the NSA is spying on Americans, I wouldn't be surprised if the NSA was intercepting Internet traffic just as they do for signals intelligence. And as an added bonus, I take a quick look at the GOP's state and national party offices and top officials. Here is the link to all my imagery on this project.
Project 6: Imagery and Internet Analysis of Islamic Entities in the United States Released on the 5th Anniversary of 9/11.
Project 7: Mapping the Internet IPv4 Address Space of Various Countries. I think the title says it all.
1. Here is my article that I wrote for the Fall 2005 edition of 2600. After I wrote the article, I began to wonder if there was a way to find out the real IP address a Tor user was coming from as they moved through that system. I can now confirm that a Java applet can reveal the real IP address of a Tor visitor to a website, and in some cases, even when not using a Java-enabled browser. You can read the results of my research here.
2. Here is my second article I wrote for the Summer 2006 edition of 2600, entitled "Using Loopback-Encrypted Filesystems on JumpDrives".
3. Here is an article I wrote but was never published. It's called The SG-1 Cipher.
4. Since one can never have too many enemies, I've decided to tell RIAA to FUCK OFF!
NEW! 5. Here is my third article I wrote for the Spring 2007 edition of 2600, entitled "Covert Communication Channels".
Obligatory line to keep Geocities from closing project- 23573555876