Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

It seems that a domain called pbrstreetgang dot org has been used by Team Kimberlin as a name server for some of their other sites and also as an email server for internal communications. Over the past couple of weeks, that domain suffered a severe security breach.

For the past few days, access to the Kimberlin-related websites has been flaky, especially the US-hosted sites. Access has been possible for brief periods using anonymized browsers. Each time the sites pop up, the source code for at least some of the pages has been modified. It looks as if their US-hosted sites have blocked the IP I use for most of my browsing. I have service via four different ISPs, and two provide a different IP each time I connect.

Several interesting incidents have occurred. In one case, connections to the globalpharma dot biz site hosted in Holland were being forwarded to the Breitbart Unmasked website. Also, the Breitbart Unmasked site goes up and down with tandem with jtmp dot org and velvetrevolution dot us. I wonder if Brett Kimberlin will still claim that he doesn’t know who runs the Breitbart Unmasked site?

It’s taken some time to construct those additional pylons, but the sites seem stable for now.

Meanwhile, Back at Breitbart Unmasked

The server that hosts Breitbart Unmasked, Justice Through Music Project, Velvet Revolution US, pbrstreet dot org, and a bunch of other Kimberlin related websites is off the air again. Everything at IP is down.

It could be a technical problem, but more than one source indicates that it may not be.

UPDATE—More than one domain can be located at the same physical IP address, but most IP addresses are principally associated with a particular domain, often the first one to use it. Whilst poking about on the Interwebs, I noticed this interesting factoid: The domain associated with is So on the Monday following the Hoge v. Kimberlin peace order hearing, moved from a server in Holland to an on-shore server controlled by Justice Through Music Project, but Brett Kimberlin says he doesn’t know who runs the site.

Uh, huh.