Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Just a theoretical question...

The mind wonders... Hypothetically... do you worry if someone in the US Department of Justice is reading your blog? Just asking.

...and they really deserve an upgrade. Seriously running IE 6 on Windows? I would think they would be a little more security conscious.

4 comments:

El Gee said...

Back when I was uber anal about my logs, I found a lot of strange visitors from the military and the gubmint. All of these have visited my web page(s) at some time over the past 10 years:

af.mil
ahrq.gov
anl.gov
army.mil
army.pentagon.mil
blm.gov
bnl.gov
bop.gov
ca.gov
cap.nipr.mil
cdc.gov
centcom.mil
census.gov
customs.gov
darpa.mil
dau.mil
dc.gov
dcma.mil
dhs.gov
disa.mil
dla.mil
doe.gov
dot.gov
dtic.mil
eop.gov
epa.gov
faa.gov
fbi.gov
fcc.gov
fda.gov
fdic.gov
fema.gov
fs.fed.us
ftc.gov
gsa.gov
hanford.gov
house.gov
hud.gov
inel.gov
irs.gov
jccbi.gov
jfcom.mil
lanl.gov
lbl.gov
maricopa.gov
missouri.gov
mpb.jccbi.gov
mt.gov
nasa.gov
navy.mil
nbc.gov
nih.gov
nima.mil
nimh.nih.gov
nipr.mil
nist.gov
noaa.gov
nosc.mil
nsf.gov
nyc.gov
ohio.gov
opm.gov
ornl.gov
osd.mil
osha.gov
osis.gov
osmre.gov
panynj.gov
pasen.gov
peacecorps.gov
sandia.gov
senate.gov
socom.mil
southcom.mil
ssa.gov
state.gov
transcom.mil
treas.gov
tva.gov
usaid.gov
usap.gov
usbr.gov
uscg.mil
uscourts.gov
usda.gov
usdoj.gov
usgs.gov
usmc.mil
usps.gov
uspto.gov
va.gov
wa.gov
wapa.gov
whmo.mil
wpafb.af.mil
ymp.gov

I still have the spreadsheet with all the domains.

Spork In the Eye said...

No offense, but both you and I are boring. I have to think there must not be much to do if the government has finished looking at all the "potential terrorists" and porn and has finally relegated itself to looking at either you or me.

Og Make Blog said...

Fear not... or fear everything.... your choice. With Echelon, EVERYTHING (voice, data of any kind, fax) is filtered through the NSA.

Project Fudd must have raised some concerns. You think I'm joking... but no.

El Gee said...

None taken. Why do you think my blog is called "Always a Dull Moment"?