How to find the IP address of a hacker, according to CSI: Cyber
Here’s a screen shot from time code 14:35 that demonstrates the technique.
<meta id=”viewport“ content=”” name=”viewport“></m <link href=”y/images/favicon.ico“ rel=”shortcut ic <link href=”y/styles.css?s=1382384360“ type=”text/ <link href=”y/mail.css?s=1382384360“ type=”text/cs <hidden: ip: 922.214.171.1240 > < echo;off;> <!–if lte IE 8><link rel=”stylesheet” type=”text/ <!–if lte IE 7><link rel=”stylesheet” type=”text/ <link href=”plugins/jqueryui/themes/larry/jquery-u <link href=”plugins/jqueryui/themes/larry/ui.js?s=
This technique is so awesome I had to share it.
I think the it would have been better if the bad guy’s IP address were 127.x.x.x or (less obviously) 192.168.x.x or (even less obviously) 203.0.113.x. Then the script kiddies watching the show would go nuts trying to DoS that guy.