Hacker attack : Feminist shopping list of things to hate

Hacker Attack : Feminist shopping list of things to hate

On April 19th. 2013, the website of Fathers for Life and its affiliated blog dads & things became victims of a hacker attack, apparently inspired, executed and or paid for by feminists who hate specific things, pages and graphics at the website of Fathers for Life, and who hate its affiliated blog, dads & things, for linking to some of the material at Fathers for Life.

hacker attackThe hacker attack is the second one experienced by Fathers for Life within about a month.  It is censorship through vandalism, in essence terrorism.

The first part of a list of hacked web pages and graphics is at the end of these comments.  As will be shown in subsequent installments of lists of further items that fell victim to the feminist hacker attack, the nature of the  affected web pages and graphic files provides us also with great mirth and the satisfaction of having done a good job of getting under the skin of the redfems.

Aside from being intended to cause havoc, the hacker attacks appear designed to accomplish Orwellian rewriting of history, so as to create what the feminists love to call “herstory”.

The host server for the blog and the website sent an e-mail message telling me about the hacker attack, but I received that message at 16:38, after the security staff at the host server had gone home for the weekend.

I did not find out about the hacker attack until late Sunday evening and stayed up for the rest of the night repairing the damage caused by the attack.  The damage was soon all fixed, and I had a chance to go to sleep at six in the morning instead of at my usual time, very late at night, at one or two in the morning.  I could have been done with the repairing much sooner, but I had wanted to make sure that I recorded all of the addresses for the web pages and graphics that had been hacked.

Right after I had a few hours of sleep, I called the security department of the host server to discuss what I need to do to prevent such a hacker attack from happening again.  They provided tips, of which most are now implemented, making it unlikely that another hacker attack like this one, the second one in a month (the first one took place March 15, 2013), can be successful.

They told me, “You have been brute-forced,” meaning that my password had been cracked.  Wikipedia has an article on that, “Brute-force attack.”  You may wish to read that, to get an appreciation of how important it is to have a strong password.  A strong password is not the only means of defence. I installed a few more now.  We will see how far the feminist hackers are willing to go. If they should succeed again, it will have cost them a bundle.

Lesson learned…

Another lesson learned is to know what it is at Fathers for Life that gets the ire of feminists that drives them to engage in criminal, terrorist activities against the website and blog of a couple of old retirees on small and limited incomes and declared to be poor by government authority. Take note where some of your tax dollars go, not to people likes us that neither receive nor ask for government funding, but to feminist organizations who engage in criminal, terrorist activities against us.  We pay the taxes used to fund the feminists that attack us.

Here is the first portion of the list of web pages and graphics that had come under attack; a feminist shopping list of things to hate:

  1. https://fathersforlife.org/Sodhi/cancan1.htm
    Comments on Child Abuse and Neglect Data at the National Clearinghouse on Family Violence, Health Canada, by Eeva Sodhi
    Eeva Sodhi is a retired college librarian, a lady from Ontario, Canada, whose son fought a futile battle of many years to gain custody of and access to his children against a justice system that protected his ex-wife even though she had engaged in the criminal activity of abducting the children to another country.
  2. https://fathersforlife.org/Sodhi/images/canaones.gif
    A thumbnail for a link to a bar chart (the link to the bar chart was not broken in the attack), based on data identified by Eeva Sodhi, showing that only a minimal number out of a very much larger number of allegations of emotional abuse of children was actually substantiated in 1993.  That bar chart is one of a group of related bar charts that are shown at https://fathersforlife.org/Sodhi/fvcan2.htm
  3. https://fathersforlife.org/articles/gunter/dube1.htm
    An article by Lorne Gunter, “Courtship in monosyllables : Poor manners distract us from the high court’s sophistry” (National Post. March 1, 1999)
  4. https://fathersforlife.org/articles/report/irreconcilable.htm
    An article by Joanne Byfield, “Irreconcilable differences : A new lawsuit says the Divorce Act favours women and violates men’s rights” (The Report, January 6, 2003, p. 30)
  5. https://fathersforlife.org/culture/EarthWorship.htm
    My introduction to “Canada Promotes New State Religion: Earth Worship : Canada’s Commitment to Earth Worship at the Roots of Rapid Change to Canadian Law” (329kB PDF file), by Dr. Charles McVety
  6. https://fathersforlife.org/dale/child1.html
  7. https://fathersforlife.org/dale/childhood_of_homosexual_men_2.htm
    “Childhood experiences of homosexual men : Fathers & Sons — Childhood experiences recalled,” by Dale O’Leary; May 1998
  8. https://fathersforlife.org/divorce/chldrndiv.htm
    Children of Divorce & Separation — Statistics : Consequences of father absence
  9. https://fathersforlife.org/education/home_schooling.htm
    Reasons for Home Schooling
  10. https://fathersforlife.org/famlaw/limits.html
    News release by Ontario Government
    No more time limits to launch persecution of men
    Tue, 12 Dec 2000 13:36:12 -0800

    Attention News Editors:

    New bill revises time limits for lawsuits to improve access to justice and support victims

    TORONTO, Dec. 12 /CNW/ – Attorney General Jim Flaherty today introduced  legislation to make much-needed reforms to the province’s outdated limitation  laws. If passed, the Limitations Act, 2000 would consolidate, into one Act,  dozens of limitation periods, presently scattered in various statutes, and  replace dozens of confusing limitation periods with two clear and fair time  limits….(Full Story)


A feminist shopping list of things to hate

  • Introduction and Part 1 (the entry you just read)
  • Part 2
  • Part 3  Images the feminists don’t want you to see
  • Part 4  More images the feminists don’t want you to see
  • Part 5


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