Interesting post. Although I don't want to 'read into' your post too much, but I don't understand these lines exactly:
Quote: "I received a telephone call from Verizon one morning two months ago. They said my internet service was on a DNS server that the FBI determined was a Rogue Server."
"It took 2 hours to find anyone at Verizon who would go to the FBI Site to look up what I was saying to see if it was true. They didn't even know about it and THEY called ME."
I don't exactly understand what you mean? Since 'they' originally called you, then 'they' MUST have known, even before you did!
If you are speaking about the 'anyone at Verizon' who didn't know (on your 2nd call, two months later, this time you called them) Then I suspect THAT (technical support?) person did NOT know. BUT Verizon obviously did, since they had called you two months earlier in the first place.
In actual fact, all you had to do was reference the 'email' they had originally sent to you. That way, 'they' did not even need to go to some other site (in this case the FBI).
So you may want to clear that up. Maybe others got it? I didn't?
Next, you spoke about running your own internet access 'anonymously' and everyone should get a 'proxy'.
I'm not sure if you know this or not, but the FBI can EASILY track proxy servers back to your own IP address. Seriously its simple.
Now, it may be difficult (somewhat) tracking your IP from some basic .com site you go to, by THAT site itself IF that site is not deciding to loop back through the proxy(ies) you use, but the FBI positively, undoubtedly, indubiously KNOW who you are and how to reach you, and see where you have been. Otherwise those menacing hackers and virus uploaders would never be found! (note: many spams and malwares tend to originate from countries and DNS Servers, that are not so legally abiding, or from your local Internet cafe, or from an 'anonymous' (truly anonymous) person(s) who have never provided their real identities to anyone, including the ISP ie like me! lol)
Anyway, you may not have wanted a reply to your story, but I just wanted to clear things up. Hope you reply
Oh, I also wanted to know if you ran the 'fix' tool I posted earlier on this DNS Changer?
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