Iran, USA & Ayatoilets. Ferocious views of an Iranian commoner

Monday, July 06, 2009

Open Following Web Links to Help Crash Web Sites of Islamic Regime

Photos of some journalists incarcerated in dangerous conditions
You can help bring Islamic regime down:
Information below is a call circulating on the internet for a simple and automated way anyone with an internet connection can help crash Islamic Republic of Iran's most notorious mouth piece websites. Simply click on the links below in a new browser or new tabs:

Enter the following URLs in your browsers and leave them there. Even when you leave home keep the browsers open with the URLs so they keep getting refreshed. This will run a program which will continuously refresh these sites until the bandwidth exceeds. Open as many internet connections as you wish, during the process pages may look blank, this is OK, if you look at the bottom of the browser you will see that the computer connects and again reconnects to the site. If you see any notice of a script trying to open on your computer you should simply stop the script. Once in awhile you might want to check to make sure your browser has not give up, if so close the browser and restart the process again.

Most important is Ahmadienjad's IR cyber intelligence ministry's website, This site publishes pictures of the protesters and asks government informants to report them if they recognize the faces from the pictures, which ultimately leads to the protesters being arrested.

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-- , pro-Ahmadinejad news site which publishes the most outrageous lies & accusations:

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-- Thug Shariatmadari's Kayhan published in Tehran:

-- Supreme Leader's site:

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I'm going to link your post to my blog at if thats ok with you?
Haa-meed, please go ahead, you can publish any parts of the post. Thank you.
با آرزو برای
یک ایران آزاد

Cyberwar Still Rages to Halt Protester Identification

A high-stakes, cyberwar is still raging to prevent webpages full of photos from being used to identify, imprison and likely abuse or torture Iranian street protesters.
I read fars news today. They were complaining that DDOS attacks have disabled so many of regime's websites. This means these types of attacks and actions have taken its toll on the regime to a degree never seen before.
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