Tuesday, 22 December 1998
After writing up the bogus, oversold, falsely hyped product called Lockdown 2000 on my site, I received two emails from an individual who claimed to be a satisfied customer of Harbor Telco. This person, the same who prompted me to do more extensive tests of Lockdown, went on at considerable length in an effort to bolster the overblown claims of the sellers of Lockdown.
He went out of his way to try and convince me these fine people were just trying their best. He claimed the creators had been the victims of a scam artist named Eddie Davidson who had stolen their product (can we call it that?) and scammed people with it, selling but not delivering. He also warned me repeatedly that I was risking a lawsuit for my criticism of Lockdown and its grossly unethical sales pitch.
This person named himself "Scott Davis." He gave me lots of information of a nature I seriously doubt any businessperson would share with a customer no matter how friendly, and claimed incidentally that he was himself a lawyer.
The emails came from a Hotmail account, so of course the identity of the sender could be, almost certainly was, false. But the headers contained the IP address of the originator. The origin of the emails was a cable modem service called MediaOne, which happens to serve Dover, New Hampshire on the originating IP block. A Dover, NH mailing address is one of those used by the sellers of Lockdown!
I was unable to find any attorney named Scott Davis listed in the Dover area.
Assuming I was hearing from a principal of the Lockdown scam, having been threatened with legal action, and not anxious to be caught off-guard, I decided to do some Net.detective work on these Lockdown characters.
Ironically, I would have left these idiots alone. As you'll see below, there's plenty they would probably prefer weren't known. Well, now I'm making a few things known.
I've shortened records in most cases, but included links to the actual domain records. If you find a discrepancy between my data here and the linked records, it will be because of subsequent revisions of those records.
First, the Lockdown domain name:
Domain Name: LOCKDOWN2000.COM Harbor Telco Security Division (LOCKDOWN3-DOM) P.O. BOX 1358 DOVER, NH 03821-1358 US email: noc@HARBORTELCO.COM phone: 603-742-7656 (FAX) 603-742-7656
No physical address indicated, just a PO box. The 603 area code is appropriate to the Dover location. (I was incidentally mistaken in my earlier comments about the phone being in Florida.) It's about 60 miles north of Boston.
So what about harbortelco.com?
Domain Name: HARBORTELCO.COM Harbor Telco Corp. (HARBORTELCO-DOM) 334 EAST LAKE ROAD Palm Harbor, FL 34684 US email: noc@HARBORTELCO.COM phone: 603-742-7656 (FAX) 603-742-7656
Here's the Florida address. The phone however, is in Dover, NH. Very odd.
Harbor Telco? Are they really a telephone company?
So I check out their website, www.harbortelco.com. It carries a prominent banner: T1CONNECTIONS and says, "T1CONNECTIONS, is a division of Harbor Telco Corp."
They sell "free" 800/888 numbers and calling card services.
The signup page for "free" 800 service takes the mark, er, customer to a secure server on the dreamcatchers.net domain, apparently run by oem.net. Oem.net apparently provides harbortelco's Net connection (a traceroute to harbortelco.com passes thru an oem.net machine). Oem.net is located in Boston, which is not far from Dover, NH.
Harbor Telco also presents the appearance of being an Internet Presence Provider (IPP). The impression one gets reading their site is that they own the hosting facilities, but that would depend on whether they have a physical address. It's not unusual nowadays to market someone else's actual Net facilities and services under one's own business name.
Their phone for domain and server services: 1-800-422-5130 or (603) 740-4590 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
And of course, they sell "security software" -- Lockdown2000 is the banner product, along with some Unix stuff, a product line named "Airtight," with applications titled "RootOut" and "PageAlert."
"RootOut" supposedly monitors for unauthorized root access on a Unix system. If it works as well as my test of Lockdown, I feel for the buyers.
"PageAlert" claims to page Harbor Telco's security experts when a breach occurs. They offer a similar email service in connection with something called "DoubleCheck."
Nowhere on the site do I find any list of happy customers for any of the purported services or products.
Their phone for security stuff: 1-800-422-5130 or (603) 740-4590 email: email@example.com -- the same as for the domain hosting. It looks a bit like a one-person, home-office operation.
What other domains does Harbor Telco own?
I did a search.
% whois "Harbor Telco..." Harbor Telco Corp. (HARBORTELCO-DOM) HARBORTELCO.COM Harbor Telco Security Division (LOCKDOWN3-DOM) LOCKDOWN2000.COM Harbor Telco, Corp. (HACKERPROOF6-DOM) HACKERPROOF98.COM
We've seen the first two. That leaves this one:
Domain Name: HACKERPROOF98.COM Harbor Telco, Corp. (HACKERPROOF6-DOM) P.O. BOX 1358 Dover, NH 03821-1358 US email: noc@HARBORTELCO.COM phone: 603-742-7656 (FAX) 603-742-7656
There's the same Dover address again, same harbortelco email address. This is the domain they claim was formerly run by someone else, but it's theirs and has been all along.
Let's check that email address:
% finger firstname.lastname@example.org harbortelco.com vine finger: Connection refused. For more information pease mail email@example.com
Who is firstname.lastname@example.org? I'll ask:
% whois email@example.com Paris, Michael (MP2897) root@VINE.NET Internet Services PO. BOX 50124 Cicero, IL 60804 708-222-0342 (FAX) 708-863-1917 Record last updated on 16-Mar-97.
Michael Paris' name is directly mentioned in the Lockdown product and on their website.
And we now have another address, this one in Illinois! Cicero 60650 is smack in the middle of Greater Chicago.
Okay, what do we have here? We have a Florida physical address for Harbor Telco. We have two post office box addresses, one in Dover, New Hampshire and one in Chicago. We have Michael Paris, a person's name (at last). We have three connected domains. Does Paris own them all? Who else is involved?
I looked for more domains of the "harbor..." variety and ran across this:
Domain Name: HARBORRESOURCES.COM Harbor Resources, Corp. (HARBORRESOURCES-DOM) 65 PollyAnn PK Dover, NH 03820 LeClerc, Roger (RL3784) roger@HABORRESOURCES.COM 603-743-4053 Technical Contact, Zone Contact: Kail, Jamie (JK391) pyro@PYROTECHNICS.COM (847)991-9345
Why is this interesting? Roger LeClerc's name appears in the Lockdown 2000 program itself. He's listed as "Sales." Here we have a physical address in the Dover location! And yet another corporation.
And who's this Jamie Kail?
% whois jk391 Kail, Jamie (JK391) pyro@PYROTECHNICS.COM PYROtechnics Inc. 800 E. Northwest Hwy. Ste 260 Palatine, IL 60067 (847)991-9345
Aha! Illinois again! And where is Palatine? In the Greater Chicago area.
We're beginning to nail these guys down. Paris seems likely to have been based in Chicago. Kail is possibly just a service provider, conveniently near Paris' residence. LeClerc is in Dover, minding the store. But who's the Florida connection?
We'll have to get to that. But first we'll take a closer look at Paris:
% whois Paris, Michael Paris, Michael (MP1764) postmaster@GRAMCRACKER.COM 708-485-3072 Paris, Michael (MP1991) mwp@IMAGIN.NET 817 453 9437 Paris, Michael (MP2897) root@VINE.NET 708-222-0342 (FAX) 708-863-1917 Paris, Michael (MP5747) nomail@IPRESENT.COM 732-290-7959 (FAX) 732-583-2511 Paris, Michael (MP5777) parism@TULSA.OKLAHOMA.NET 918-663-5559 Paris, Michael (MP300) root@INVIRCIBLE.COM 708-863-8692 Paris, Michael Cariss (MCR62) admin@HACKERPROOF98.COM 603-740-4590 (FAX) 603-742-7656
A quick look at the area codes shows the 708 and 603 codes of Chicago and Dover.
MP1991 is in Texas, no apparent connection.
MP5747 is in New Jersey, an unrelated business.
MP5777 is in Tulsa, OK, no apparent connection.
So we examine the rest:
Paris, Michael (MP1764) postmaster@GRAMCRACKER.COM Gramcracker BBS 4914 W. 32nd Place Cicero, IL 60650 708-485-3072 Record last updated on 21-Sep-96.
I can find absolultely no other reference of any kind to a "Gramcracker" anything. Spelling it right (grahamcracker) doesn't help. There is no gramcracker.com listed in WHOIS.
This listing does provide our first physical address for Paris in Chicago.
Paris, Michael (MP2897) root@VINE.NET 708-222-0342 (FAX) 708-863-1917
This we know about already. On to the next:
Paris, Michael (MP300) root@INVIRCIBLE.COM Vine Computer Industry, INC PO. BOX 50124 Cicero, IL 60650 708-863-8692 Record last updated on 21-May-96.
Another corporation. And we see the PO box there has been in use since May of 96.
Paris, Michael Cariss (MCR62) admin@HACKERPROOF98.COM ByteTight Computer Security Corp. 334 East lake Rd. Ste. 290 Palm Harbor, FL 34685 603-740-4590 (FAX) 603-742-7656 Record last updated on 02-Sep-98.
We have Paris directly associated with the Harbor Telco physical address in florida; we have a new name, ByteTight Computer Security Corp. And again we have the Dover, NH phone number. This is a very recent record.
Now, what's next? We have some new domain names to check into, and two more corporation names!
ByteTight seems very interesting... That gets:
Domain Name: HACKERFREE98.COM ByteTight Computer Security Corp (HACKERFREE-DOM) 334 East lake Rd. Ste. 290 Palm Harbor, FL 34685 US Michael Paris (MC577-ORG) admin@HACKERPROOF98.COM 603-740-4590 Fax- 603-742-7656 Record last updated on 08-Jul-98.
Domain Name: BYTETIGHT.COM ByteTight Computer Security Corp. (BYTETIGHT-DOM) 334 East lake Rd. Ste. 290 Palm Harbor, FL 34685 US Paris, Michael Cariss (MCR62) admin@HACKERPROOF98.COM 603-740-4590 (FAX) 603-742-7656 Record last updated on 26-Jun-98.
Both use these servers:
NS.MEDIA3.NET 18.104.22.168 NS2.MEDIA3.NET 22.214.171.124
Traceroute suggests Media3 is a UUNET reseller like oem.net.
Okay, so what other domains does Paris put his name to?
Domain Name: AIRTIGHT.NET Vine Computer Industry, Inc. (AIRTIGHT2-DOM) P.O. BOX 50124 CICERO, IL 60804 US Paris, Michael (MP2897) root@VINE.NET 708-222-0342 (FAX) 708-863-1917 Record last updated on 08-May-97. Domain servers in listed order: NS.FREESHELL.NET 126.96.36.199 NS1.PYROTECHNICS.COM 188.8.131.52 ----------
Hmmm. Illinois again. There's the "Airtight" name, one of the Harbor Telco security products.
What's freeshell.net? We know about pyrotechnics.com.
Domain Name: T1CONNECTIONS.COM Vine Computer Industry, Inc. (T1CONNECTIONS-DOM) P.O. BOX 50124 CICERO, IL 60650 US Paris, Michael (MP2897) root@VINE.NET 708-222-0342 (FAX) 708-863-1917 Record last updated on 14-May-97. Domain servers in listed order: NS1.VINE.NET 184.108.40.206 NS2.VINE.NET 220.127.116.11 ----------
There's the T1connections name! Still in prominent use on the Harbor Telco site.
Domain Name: FREESHELL.NET Vine Computer Industry, Inc. (FREESHELL-DOM) P.O. BOX 50124 CICERO, IL 60804 US Paris, Michael (MP2897) root@VINE.NET 708-222-0342 (FAX) 708-863-1917 Record last updated on 16-Jul-97. Domain servers in listed order: NS.FREESHELL.NET 18.104.22.168 NS2.PYROTECHNICS.COM 22.214.171.124
What's this domain used for? No website.
Let's recap what we have so far:
Company/Corporation name Location Domain Name(s)
Internet Services Chicago, IL (unknown) Vine Computer Industry, Inc. Chicago, IL FREESHELL.NET T1CONNECTIONS.COM AIRTIGHT.NET Gramcracker BBS? Chicago, IL (probably no longer exists) Harbor Telco Corp. Palm Harbor, FL HACKERPROOF98.COM HARBORTELCO.COM ByteTight Computer Security Corp. Palm Harbor, FL BYTETIGHT.COM HACKERFREE98.COM Harbor Telco Security Division Dover, NH LOCKDOWN2000.COM Harbor Resources Corp. Dover, NH HARBORRESOURCES.COM
Wow. That's five (5) corporation names not including Gramcracker!
I should point out, State laws restrict the use of the term "incorporated," "corp.," or "inc." to the names of entities which have been legally incorporated.
Dover: 603-742-7656 (fax and voice) 603-743-4053 603-740-4590 Chicago: 708-485-3072 708-222-0342 708-863-1917 (fax) 708-863-8692
Hosting services used by Paris' various domains:
PYROTECHNICS.COM OEM.NET MEDIA3.NET
Email addresses for Michael Paris:
admin@HACKERPROOF98.COM noc@HARBORTELCO.COM postmaster@GRAMCRACKER.COM root@INVIRCIBLE.COM root@VINE.NET
Finger doesn't work on any of these. Several point to firstname.lastname@example.org, but even that is unlikely to be a working address.
What about invircible.com?
Domain Name: INVIRCIBLE.COM NetZ Computing Ltd. (INVIRCIBLE-DOM) 15 Keren Hayesod Givat Shmuel, Israel, 54051 IL Netiv, Zvi (ZN4) netz@ACTCOM.CO.IL +972 3 938 6868 (FAX) +972 3 938 6869 Record last updated on 14-Mar-98. Record created on 22-Apr-95. DNS.INTER.NET.IL 126.96.36.199 DNS2.INTER.NET.IL 188.8.131.52
Now, that is bizarre! It's in Israel! Is there a connection? Another dead end?
Why do I get the feeling Michael Paris doesn't want to get any email?
I still have one really BIG question: what's with the Florida location? Mr. Paris is or was based in Chicago. His sales guy, Roger LeClerc, would surely be in Dover. Roger is probably the one who cajoled and threatened me via email. All the phone numbers go to Dover and Chicago. Who's in Florida? Since there's a physical address, there is likely to be a human being.
334 East Lake Rd. appears to be an office building with lots of tenants; perhaps an office park. I found a number of places listed at that address on Altavista. One is a rock band. But -- aha! -- one is a porn-site sales operation calling itself "EE Inc.," and it is in the same suite as Harbor Telco, number 290! (Get Your Very Own Adult Site Today! $750!)
It's dated from January '98.
Another is an online porn operation that has since changed its address, but it's still indexed in Altavista and turns up in response to the query: "334 E. Lake Rd" and "290" and "Palm Harbor." It's now at:
I wonder what more will turn up.
It might be possible to tease a bit more info out of WHOIS or Altavista, but I'm inclined to look in some new places.
Why not check out the scuttlebutt on Usenet? I'll go to Dejanews.
First I'll search for Vine Computer Industry because it seems to be the oldest of the known business names Michael Paris used. Wow! 46 matches.
There's a list of FTP sites:
Site : ftp.invircible.com Date : 29-May-95 Alias : invircible.com, vine.invircible.com Admin : email@example.com Organ : Invircible - Vine Computer Industry, Cicero, Illinois URL : ftp://ftp.invircible.com/ Files : antivirus software
Looks like Paris has indeed been involved with InVircible. He stayed on the list until November of 1997.
There's an antiviral contacts list:
Company: NetZ Computing Ltd. (see also NSE Software) Address: Israel Sales: marketed in the US by Vine Computer Industry Contact: Zvi Netiv Product: InVircible antiviral
Paris' company is on the list from June '95 to Sept '96.
An August '95 post gives the contact info as:
Vine Computer Industry, IL Tel. 1-800-422-5130 Canada Dial 1-708-863-8692
That very same 800 number is still in use to this day on the Harbor Telco website. Paris has used this same phone number for 3 years plus, for various enterprises and under a number of supposed corporation names.
In December of '95 and again in February of '96 there appeared posts touting a "Major New Antivirus Study" which omitted some of the best of the major antivirus apps and declared inVircible the hands-down winner despite being a year out of date. It made glowing claims for Invircible and pointed the readers to Paris' Vine Computer Industry to buy, buy, buy.
So from at least early '95 to late '97, Paris was selling the InVircible software.
UseNet commentary on InVircible, then and now, is mostly skeptical and not complimentary. Its claims strain the limits of credibility, to be sure. A helpful and attentive reader named Al has sent me this link to an exhaustive PC World Magazine review of InVircible.
In August of '97 there was a seemingly new development. Someone posted to news.admin.net-abuse.sightings a complaint of unsolicited commercial email (UCE) selling "Hot Steamy Adult Action" which had quite evidently originated from Paris' freeshell.net domain.
Now this is where things start to get REALLY wild!
Watch closely. These are the domain records produced by the poster, who traced the unwanted email to these domains. First, there's this one, the domain being promoted:
Domain Name: AOLSEX.NET web communications AOLSEX3-DOM 14837 Detroit Ave #331 Lakewood, OH 44107 US Davison, Ray (RD3182) VisitUs@ON-THE-WEB.COM 123-456-7890 Record last updated on 02-Jul-97. Record created on 02-Jul-97. Database last updated on 4-Aug-97 04:29:21 EDT. Domain servers in listed order: EMAILEXPERTS.COM 184.108.40.206 ALPHA.CYBERTIMES.ORG 220.127.116.11
Why is this interesting? Eddie Davidson is implicated in the Lockdown claims which clearly seek to distance themselves from the Hackerproof98 promotion.
Some sales of Hackerproof98 involved no product for payment.
Could this be the same Davidson? The email I received from Lockdown's mysterious defender said Eddie Davidson was the perpetrator of the fictional Hackerproof98 "stolen beta version" crime.
Paris' name, interviews, quotes, etc., can be found at numerous sites in undeniable connection with HackerProof98 and its website. This sheds doubt on his claim that he was not involved all the way along. These are links that demonstrate the fact; wherein he conducts interviews and claims among other things that as many as 80% of all Win32 machines have open file shares!
http://www.ascom.com/systec/mail/headline.htm#GAPING (looks like these just got taken down)
Anyway, when I look for Ed(die) Davidson in WHOIS, I find him in several records at the same physical address listed above for "Ray Davidson," so it's pretty clear he -- whatever his name really is -- was involved in the UCE (mass email) from Paris' freeshell.net domain.
Also found by our anti-spammer:
Domain Name: EMAILEXPERTS.COM Internet Communications EMAILEXPERTS-DOM 30628 Detroit Ave. Westlake, OH 44107 US McDaniel, Paul PM2985 experts97@HOTMAIL.COM 123-456-7890
I asked WHOIS about that email address. It's listed in the WHOIS database under no less than three names! Hi, Eddie!
% whois experts97@... Davidson, Ed (ED918) experts97@HOTMAIL.COM 123-456-7890 McDaniel, Paul (PM2985) experts97@HOTMAIL.COM 123-456-7890 Smith, Larry (LS2788) experts97@HOTMAIL.COM 216-895-1919
Michael Paris may have decided to find new ways to make money. Is he closely allied with Eddie Davidson, or just doing a little business?
Hey, a firm connection between Eddie Davidson and the Harbor Telco address would tie things up nicely, eh? Whoops! Here it is!:
% whois ed1316 Davidson, Eddie (ED1316) inc97@AMERITECH.NET E.E. Inc. 205 Katherine Blvd. Palm Harbor, FL 34684 813-772-8061 (FAX) 813-772-5671 Record last updated on 19-Nov-97.
That's not the same address. Ah, but remember the porn-site scam I found actually at the Harbor Telco address? EE Inc.! And here it is again with Eddie's name. This gives us Eddie Davidson at the same address as Harbor Telco Corp. (That address houses a Mail Boxes, Etc. location.)
Before I get too embroiled in Eddie Davidson, suffice it to say he is infamous for flooding the Net with spam and UCE. Try Dejanews yourself and you'll see what I mean. But it bears mentioning that the AOLSex.net spam in particular, which originated from the freeshell.net domain registered to Paris, was among those which earned Eddie a lawsuit from AOL, with accusations that those promotions were deceptive and broke State and Federal laws.
Perhaps as a result of legal defeats, Eddie seems to disappear from the spam scene around March of '98, which incidentally coincides more or less with the appearance of Hackerproof98. It seems likely that as an outgrowth of their prior dealings, Eddie found employment with Michael Paris in the Hackerproof98 operation. It's a sure bet he was directly involved and running things at the Florida end.
Perhaps it's even true Eddie eventually absconded with the proceeds; he'd been put out of the spam business after all, and may have owed a small fortune to his lawyers.
In a July '98 post, a poster to alt.comp.virus says: "I heard some time ago that Netiv inVircible owner had sacked Michael Paris for stealing the profits..."
Whether Michael stole from inVircible may be debatable, but there's no question there was a conflict. I emailed inVircible and Netiv himself responded, telling me that his software had been bootlegged in the US, and he suspected Paris of producing the copies. He had put up a web page listing the non-sanctioned distributors. He said he was threatened with legal action by Roger LeClerc (sounds familiar!) and then was mail-bombed; and as a result he withdrew the web page.
Netiv pointed out Paris' registration of this domain name as an example of his duplicity:
Domain Name: INVERCIBLE.COM NET MARKET PLUS (INVERCIBLE-DOM) 800 E. NORTHWEST HWY. SUITE 260 PALATINE, IL 60067 Administrative Contact: Kail, Jamie (JK391) pyro@PYROTECHNICS.COM (847)991-9345 Technical Contact, Zone Contact: Paris, Michael (MP2897) root@VINE.NET 708-222-0342 (FAX) 708-863-1917 Billing Contact: Kail, Jamie (JK391) pyro@PYROTECHNICS.COM (847)991-9345 Record last updated on 17-Dec-97. Record created on 24-Jun-97.
There's Jamie Kail again. If he's just a service provider, what's he doing as Administrative and Billing contact? It's time to consider the likelihood he's one of the scammers.
Anyhow, that post about Paris with respect to Netiv was in response to this equally fascinating one, which makes still more historical connections between Michael Paris and Hackerproof98. More interesting, it also places Roger Leclerc as a crony in the earlier and similarly-hyped inVircible enterprise. And it explains why you can find Wolf Computer Systems hawking Lockdown 2000 when apparently no one else on Earth wants to touch it.
This post provides some raw insight into the quality and repute of Michael's inVircible enterprise.
There's another UseNet post that connects Paris to UCE (mass email) which promoted "Digital3DFantasy.com."
Check this out:
Domain Name: DIGITAL3DFANTASY.COM Digital Fantasy Corp. (DIGITAL3DFANTASY-DOM) 334 EAST LAKE ROAD Palm Harbor, FL 34684 US Record last updated on 29-Jul-98. NS1.DIGITAL3DFANTASY.COM 18.104.22.168 NS2.DIGITAL3DFANTASY.COM 22.214.171.124
Again, the Mail Boxes, Etc. used by Harbor Telco Corp.
Previously the name server was at harbortelco.com. Has that changed? A reverse Name Server Lookup of NS2.DIGITALFANTASY.COM yields this:
> set type=soa > 126.96.36.199.in-addr.arpa Server: combox.ocsny.com Address: 188.8.131.52
21.41.216.IN-ADDR.ARPA origin = ns2.harbortelco.com mail addr = root.harbortelco.com serial = 98062536 refresh = 3600 (1 hour) retry = 300 (5 mins) expire = 3600000 (41 days 16 hours) minimum ttl = 3600 (1 hour)
They have simply renamed a server to make the harbortelco connection less obvious in the domain record.
Also hosted by Harbor Telco:
Domain Name: DIGITALWEBSEX.COM Digital Fantasy Corp. (DIGITALWEBSEX2-DOM) P.O. BOX 1923 Dover, NH 03821 US Center, Network Operations (NOC116) noc@DIGITAL3DFANTASY.COM 603-742-7656 (FAX) 603-742-7656 Billing, WWW (WB3117) root@DIGITALWEBSEX.COM 603-742-7656 (FAX) 603-742-7656
One interesting thing about this domain is that the Billing contact phone number is the same as the Harbor Telco sales number! Our friend Roger LeClerc is quite evidently personally running this sex site! Which claims to be "THE WORLD'S LARGEST."
Other Usenet posts just last month tell the tale of Harbor Telco being CUT OFF by their provider UUNET for email "spam." But Paris & Co. found oem.net (a UUNET reseller, ironically) willing to restore access.
The link between virus propagation and the more disreputable antivirus software sellers has long been a matter of concern and commentary. Trojans and viruses are, if my emails and computer-service experiences are any indication, especially likely to be spread through such sleazy sites.
I would like to hear from anyone who thinks he may have contracted a virus or trojan from a porn site. I would be fascinated to find additional correlations between this crowd and antivirus hype. For instance, if you complained to Davidson about a virus you think came from his site, did he then recommend or sell inVircible as the solution?
Okay, so what have we got?
We have Michael Paris
(Vine Computer, Harbor Telco, many others) in Chicago, with a
history of hype and PR ploys, including UCE, in pursuit of sales
of more than one questionable security product, and with evidence
of connections to Eddie Davidson and to some of Davidson's UCE.
We have We have We have Michael Paris and Roger Leclerc are who you're buying from when you buy Lockdown 2000.
We haveJamie Kail, also in Chicago and personally, probably formerly, involved in some capacity.
We haveRoger LeClerc (Harbor Resources) in Dover, associated with Paris, whose association dates back to their inVircible days. Roger is the front man, taking the calls for Lockdown and sending anonymous threatening email to people like me who have the gall to question the operation.
We haveEddie Davidson, well-known online-sex purveyor, shameless scam-artist and major mass-email offender, with physical addresses in Florida (EE Inc, same mail drop location as Harbor Telco) and in Ohio.
Michael Paris and Roger Leclerc are who you're buying from when you buy Lockdown 2000.