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Frank M. Ahearn The Digital Hit Man His Weapons for Combating the Digital World: And creating online deception to protect your personal privacy. (Anglais) Broché – 15 janvier 2012


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As a skip-tracer, Frank M. Ahearn has located thousands of people from all parts of the world, including celebrities, royalty and the infamous. Frank was the go-to guy for the UK tabloids in his heyday of skip-tracing, and prior to the phone hacking scandal. As a social engineer, he has obtained confidential phone records, bank records, airline records, credit card records and other sensitive information that he will take to the grave. As a disappearing artist, Frank operated his own private witness-protection program, and assisted victims of stalkers and others who needed to disappear from danger. Since there is no delete button you can use to rid negative on-line information, Ahearn now uses his skills of pretext and digital manipulation to combat the invasion of your privacy.



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Ce que je fais est tellement unique, qui échappe à toute définition. Ceci non parce qu'il rentre dans la catégorie de la confidentialité mais parce que chacun de mes clients présente un problème unique qui requiert ue solution particulière et créative. En effet, ma valeur réside dans la capacité de créer des solutions uniques pour des problèmes particuliers.


La meilleure façon pour moi de comprendre votre problème et de pouvoir vous aider est de faire une Consultation Téléphonique, une Consultation Basique par E-mail ou une Consultation Détaillée par E-mail.


Si l'anglais n'est pas votre langue maternelle, la Consultation Détaillée par Email est la meilleure solution. Vous pourrez décrire votre probème en utilisant votre langue maternelle et je vais relever identifiants essentiels. Je vais traduire le e-mail et je vais vous répondre dans votre langue.

Frank M. Ahearn
www.FrankAhearn.com

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22 internautes sur 24 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Where do I start..... 28 juin 2012
Par __e1r__ - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
"The Digital Hit Man: His Weapons for Combating the Digital World" is an absolute play to get more money off of his success with "How to dissapear."(Which is actually a good book.)

But, unlike his great previous book, this work is full of him saying the same thing over and over and is filled with references on how you need to buy his other book to understand what he is mulling over in this one.

Just stick with "How to dissapear." it is much better then reading this long advertisement for it.
12 internautes sur 14 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
i am a big fan of Frank Ahearn and this book was really good. 29 mars 2012
Par stingray - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I have read, Frank Ahearn previous book," How to Disappear" and I loved it( Read my Amazon review) I was excited to learn that he was writing another book and I emailed him and to my surprise he email me back and told me about this book coming out. I am not going to disappear or am I on the run. But I find these type of book fascinating. I am a big believer that there are experts out there for almost every categories and why not one of vanishing or living under the radar.

The book is brilliant in my opinion. If you want information about you on the internet to disappear because of some youthful indiscretion or uncompromising pictures- is really hard to delete them from internet, although Ahearn says you could try with a pretty good pretext:" I am a lawyer and you better take those pictures from your website because of copy infringement."
But as he says, this is WAR and if the pictures or information are not deleted, then, the alternative is flood the internet with so much information about you, pictures of you with different names, and tagging your name to different pictures, photoshop yourself in Belize , etc, etc. And you get the idea, someone looking for you or doing research will not know who is really you and who is the fake. He recommends you blog, buy your domain names, and do various variations of your name and again put a lot of mis-information on the internet as possible

Brillant!

Ahearn does a good job of dissecting some of the interesting News stories of people disappearing and what they did right and what they did wrong. On Whitey Bulger, role that inspired , the character in the movie, Departed ,is worth the price of admission.

My takeaway from , The Digital Hit, is that you could control the digital world if you know what you doing- you can't erase what is already there but you sure can confuse the heck out of someone looking for you. I love the part of acquiring identities, again, brilliant. I won't give it away( you will have to read the book) I love the part that you need three identities, one for living, one for assets and one to get out of dodge.

I definitely recommend this book and I encourage you to read his first one even if you not thinking of disappearing some time soon.
12 internautes sur 16 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Digital Hitman Frank Ahearn Warns About Social Media Usage 11 mars 2012
Par David Kinchen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I had just about finished reading Frank M. Ahearn's "The Digital Hit Man His Weapons for Combating the Digital World" ( when I came across two news items that reinforced Ahearn's thesis that the wired world has robbed everyone of privacy. One was about Boston fugitive James "Whitey" Bulger, captured last year in California, and the other was really weird -- about the two wives of a Washington state bigamist discovering each other on Facebook.

Under the headline "Reputed Mass. mobster's girlfriend rethinking plea" the Associated Press story, datelined Boston, said that the brother of one of Whitey's alleged murder victims -- Whitey's been accused of 19 murders -- says he's been told by a representative for federal prosecutors in Boston that Bulger's girlfriend Catherine Greig is thinking about pleading guilty to a charge of helping the mobster evade capture.

The AP story said that "Greig has pleaded not guilty to conspiracy to harbor a fugitive, which carries a maximum prison sentence of five years. Prosecutors said last fall they were considering filing additional charges against her. She has a pretrial hearing scheduled for Wednesday. Her trial is scheduled for May 7."

The story adds that "Bulger and Greig were captured in June 2011 in Santa Monica, Calif., after 16 years on the run. He has pleaded not guilty in connection with 19 killings. Bulger headed Boston's Winter Hill Gang and was an FBI informant against the rival New England Mafia. Bulger's former FBI handler, John Connolly Jr., was convicted of racketeering for warning Bulger that he was about to be indicted just before Bulger fled Boston in late 1994."

If Whitey sounds like a character from movies like "The Departed" or "The Town" it's because filmmakers have modeled their characters on Whitey Bulger.

Ahearn discusses the case of Whitey Bulger and his girlfriend, who lived in a Santa Monica apartment with $800,000 in cash and an "arsenal" of weapons, in his latest book, which is a sequel to his 2010 book "How to Disappear: Erase Your Digital Footprint, Leave False Trails, and Vanish without a Trace."

In the new book, in Chapter 25, beginning on Page 114 -- the whole chapter is devoted to Whitey Bulger. Ahearn says Whitey did many things right, as the length of his period of freedom would seem to indicate, but he also made the mistake of including Greig in his escape plan.

One of the things he did right was stash money in safe deposit boxes around the world. A no-no: he was spotted in 2002 in London's Piccadilly Circus, one of the most popular tourist sites in the city. Ahearn's advice: stay away from tourist traps. Another mistake he made was buying prepaid calling cards and prepaid, throwaway cell phones when he was on the run, in 1996, rather than buying them prior to the run. The convenience stores in Oklahoma and elsewhere, Ahearn writes, where the cards and phones were purchased, all have cameras that could have identified Whitey and his car. "Cash is king!" Ahearn asserts, suggesting that maybe Whitey would have been better off using pay phones. "Even prepaid credit cards can get one busted."

About that part of including his girlfriend on his run from the law, Ahearn says you're only as strong as your weakest link and that link could result in your capture, even if she doesn't actually drop the dime on you. In January 2000 "Greig is spotted at a hair salon in Fountain Valley, CA [Orange County] where she has her hair dyed while Bulger waits in a car parked outside," Ahearn writes. "This is a huge blunder. Never go on the run with another person."

In a story that could only have happened in the digital age, the AP reports under the headline "Facebook suggested a Washington state man's two wives 'friend' each other" reporter Deborah Netburn writes:

"Bigamists beware: Thanks to Facebook, keeping your wives from finding out about each other is almost impossible these days.
Corrections officer, and alleged bigamist, Alan L. O'Neill learned that lesson the hard way when Facebook suggested his two wives "friend" each other -- leading wife No.1 to discover a picture of her husband and his second wife standing in front of a wedding cake.

"Now O'Neill is facing bigamy charges in a Pierce County court in Washington state. If convicted he faces up to a year in jail. O'Neill, who used to be known as Alan Faulk, married his first wife in 2001. According to court documents cited by the AP, he moved out in 2009, but neither he nor his first wife ever filed for divorce. Then, in December 2009, Faulk changed his name to Alan L. O'Neill and a few weeks later married wife No. 2. The first wife was apparently totally in the dark about Faulk/O'Neill's second marriage until Facebook listed wife No. 2 under the "People You May Know" feature. Wife No. 1 clicked through to wife No. 2's Facebook page, and that's where she saw the telltale cake picture. O'Neill's first wife confronted him about the second marriage. Court documents say he acknowledged that he was in two marriages and asked her not to tell the authorities until he was able to fix the situation. But, what do you know, she did tell the authorities and now O'Neill is due in court later this month."

It goes without saying that Ahearn is vehement about staying away from Facebook, MySpace, Twitter and anything that accumulates information and photos about you, your family and your friends, and offers ways of counteracting this case of too much information.

Ahearn's book is all about combating digital information and intrusion. Ahearn modestly (actually, he doesn't do modesty!) says that his book, along with the older one, are the only books "that teach people how to create and use deception for the purpose of combating sites that violate your on-line privacy, be it scandalous information, negative information or the long-lost skeleton that digitally stepped out of the closet, now making your life miserable."

As a skip-tracer, Ahearn has located thousands of people from all parts of the world, including celebrities, royalty and the infamous. He says he was the go-to guy for the UK tabloids in his heyday of skip-tracing, and prior to the phone hacking scandal. As a social engineer, he has obtained confidential phone records, bank records, airline records, credit card records and other sensitive information that he will take to the grave. As a disappearing artist, Frank operated his own private witness-protection program, and assisted victims of stalkers and others who needed to disappear from danger. Since there is no delete button you can use to rid negative on-line information, Ahearn now uses his skills of pretext and digital manipulation to combat the invasion of your privacy.
6 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Better then the first! 26 janvier 2012
Par The Happy Hombre - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Better than the first...
After reading and enjoying his first book I was anxiously waiting for this one. While the first book was a great read, the overall theme seemed to be centered on those that couldn't get into the federal witness protection program or those that had serious money problems or were too famous and wanted to get off the grid.
This book addresses a much wider theme and should have a much wider audience. It is for all of us ordinary citizens concerned with both off line and on line unprotected information being used to our detriment.
Just a few years ago, I had a good friend ask me how to remove his information from a social site. To the best of or ability we did it, but to this day we still see some of the information on the net.
If I had this little gem of a guide and employed some of the techniques within, I am sure we would have been more successful.
To all of you folks who counter the argument about privacy with "I have nothing to hide and therefore not concerned"...you need to wake up to the reality that any and all information you put out there is up for grabs.
Once again Ahearn spices up his prose with real stories as a skip tracer and now as someone who uses deception to `set the record straight' so to speak.
The methods discussed inside are sometimes hard to grasp and require some hard work but as Frank says "this is war" and it is well worth the effort.
Good job and thanks for the info. Enjoyed it!
P.S. I hope this review does not come back to haunt me!
2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Good advice 31 mars 2013
Par BA blacksheep - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This book has some good advice for making your digital footprint smaller, and I put much of it into practice. Some of it, such as calling up and pretexting information sites, is a bit like overkill, since all those sites have is old addresses anyway. If someone is after me, I want to 1. waste his time and 2. Spend his money. I'm pretty sure that someone who was after me would have to go to a REAL PI, someone who charges a couple of hundred dollars just to sit down in his/her office.
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