[tor-talk] William was raided for running a Tor exit node. Please help if you can.

Naslund, Steve SNaslund at medline.com
Tue Dec 4 17:11:37 UTC 2012


Already dealt with that at an airport once.  One look at my picture and
his cleared that right up and they put a note in the entry system that
says I am not this guy.  High tech huh.  Sometimes the system works.  By
the way we have different middle initials and different SSNs.

I have an original DDN TAC Access card, installed BBN nodes for the US
Air Force, and worked for quite a few ISPs, and now work for large
global corporation.  Sorry I did not meet you at NSF net, I worked more
on the DoD side of things.

Steven Naslund

-----Original Message-----
From: William Allen Simpson [mailto:william.allen.simpson at gmail.com] 
Sent: Friday, November 30, 2012 9:20 PM
To: nanog at nanog.org
Subject: Re: [tor-talk] William was raided for running a Tor exit node.
Please help if you can.

On 11/30/12 5:15 PM, Naslund, Steve wrote:
> Well, in that case....  I am really worried that the cops might charge

> me with a crime.  They took my computers and are looking at them.  I 
> did not do anything wrong but just in case they decide to charge me 
> with a crime, please send me some money.
>
As well you could be, because you appear to have the same name as a
registered sex offender:

   http://www.sexoffenderin.com/reg110698/steven_w_naslundmugshot.htm

On 11/29/12 6:39 PM, Naslund, Steve wrote:
# As a long time service provider ...
#
# my many years of experience in engineering ARPANET, MILNET, and the #
Internet I would have to guess that most Tor servers are used for no #
good much more than they are protecting anyone's privacy.

I'm surprised that medline.com is offering network access as an ISP?
Admittedly, you began posting to NANOG in 2002 as:

   Network Engineering Manager
   Hosting.com - Chicago

While I was involved in engineering NSFnet and the Internet and was an
"original" member of NANOG, but I don't remember you.  Of course, I'm
notoriously bad with names.

OTOH, I have met, remember, and greatly respect the Tor engineers.




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