How to Get Revenge - Learn How the Rules Have Changed
If you are trying to learn how to get revenge by using tactics that worked in the last century or even last month, you could be in for a big surprise. What am I talking about? The Internet changes every day and so do its laws. You can use the Internet or offline techniques to carry out your plan. However, if you aren’t up-to-date on the latest security and anonymity details, your revenge tactics could fail before they even get off the ground.
Some people think you can just sign up at anonymous e-mail sites and use anonymous VPNs and they are safe and secure. Unfortunately, nothing could be further from the truth. Most of those sites are not really anonymous and when they get a knock on the door from some official agency, guess who’s name and information they are going to give up?
A few years ago, HideMyAss.com received one of those knocks on the door. Even though they advertise their website as being totally anonymous and having over thousands of different servers around the world to hide your IP address, law enforcement didn’t even need a warrant. Instead, HideMyAss quickly gave agents the personal information from the specific user they were investigating.
We have always said that using HideMyAss to carry out more than simple background research on your enemies was risky. So, those who were reading our information would have already known about that.
We also discussed before the importance of using virtual debit cards or gift cards when paying for services, such as domains for websites that you later want to use to smear your enemy’s name. Just signing up and using privacy services, such as Domains by Proxy with your real name is not anonymous. All it does is make it difficult for regular customers, clients, and other people to know who you really are.
Domains by Proxy is owned by Bob Parsons. For those who are unfamiliar with him, he’s also the owner of GoDaddy.com, which is a domain registration company. In a separate case a few years ago, Bob Parsons was very quick in handing over personal information of one of his customers when the Motion Picture Association said that the customer was illegally distributing their films. It wasn’t important that the files were not on the customer’s server, or that the customer was never notified. They didn’t even need a warrant or a subpoena from a court to rat their customer out.
Check Your Sources – Just because someone says that their service is anonymous or untraceable, you still need to take precautions and test the services out. There are many websites preaching about anonymous e-mail services. However, if you test most of their services, you will notice that all of your “anonymous e-mails” are going out through the same server, and usually it is the server of the website where you purchased the anonymous service.
So, what happens under circumstances like that? When someone is trying to trace those e-mails, they have the IP address where they can find where the e-mail was sent. Again, if law enforcement approaches them, they probably keep logs and they will give them all of your information. So much for anonymity!
E-mail sent through our free recommended program (located in our members area) can never be traced back to you, us, or the people who designed the program. That’s because they are sent through a network of anonymous servers.
Always Use TOR – If you are not using TOR and you are doing something you shouldn’t be doing to get revenge against your enemy on the Internet, you might as well handcuff yourself and have a seat at the police station. TOR will help you remain anonymous, but only if you use it correctly. That is what it was designed to do. Our premium members are provides instructions on how to keep TOR anonymous while searching the web.
Check Your State or Country Laws – Some things you might be able to do legally in Russia are not the same as what you can do legally in the U.S. or other parts of the world. In the U.S., always check your state and local Internet laws before doing something you are not sure about. Pleading ignorance is not enough to keep you out of jail in most places. As a matter of fact, in most places, you can still be punished for your ignorance and sent to jail.
Cameras Everywhere – If you live in the U.K. and many parts of the U.S., you know that there are now closed circuit and other types of cameras and video surveillance everywhere you look. The days of easily messing up your enemy’s car, destroying their lawn, or even messing around with their house are long gone. Now, before you ever attempt any of those things, you’ve got to check for cameras. Even then, you won’t find well hidden ones and your face might be exposed for others to view later.
Always assume that there are cameras watching you somewhere. So, if you are doing something that can later be played back on video, you need to be very wary of cameras and keep your face well hidden or disguised.
Outdated Techniques – Before you want to run out and try something, you should know if the technique has any chance of really working or not. A lot of these revenge book writers are armchair revenge specialists. They don’t have any field experience. Instead, they only copy what other writers wrote about before. The reality is that they have never tried most of the techniques they are telling others to do. That could be very dangerous for you, because you are basically trying techniques that might have worked years ago or never worked at all.
The techniques we list have been tested. We don’t trust theory.
There are 100 ways to get revenge in 2020 and beyond. Unfortunately, the only true ways of how to get revenge are through research and proper application of strategy and tactics.