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How to hunt down your Doxxers


How to hunt down your Doxxers.

Are you one of the victims of Doxxing on Kiwi Farms? Well, then you should read this article.

Whilst you will need to register as a member to learn all that you need to trace your attackers, it is free.

I will give you some free examples of what you can do with limited information:

To keep a site online and not hacked, demands a lot from you as a user or creator of the site, you need to be on top every day,  looking at all attempts to login or access pages that they have no auth to.

Knowing some programming languages helps a lot.

For example: a very limited leak of a Doxxing community was recenlty leaked, but incomplete.

However, with usernames and IP's available, you can still find out the exact location of the Doxxer, from there on you can get hold on phonenumbers etc.

Together with the conversations leaked, you will have a solid case.

Having access to the users emails helps even more, but it is not required if you have enough knowledge.


  • champthom.2: Lives at: 200 Genesee St, Utica, NY  13502, United States.
  • huntin-slash and dunsparce.6: Accessed their accounts from: City Hall, 2 E Penn Square, Philadelphia, PA  19102, United States.
  • alan-pardew - 3GPM+24F Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia. ( Has a Reddit account )
  • introman.12: 24 W Main St, Bergenfield, NJ 07621, USA
  • rio.17: Gustav Adolfs torg, Nordstaden, Göteborg, Sweden. ( Has a Yahoo.com e-mail )

Now how difficult do you think it would be for me to get their phonenumbers, social security numbers etc ?

This is less than 20 minutes ( perhaps even less ) work for me and I can find out more, if I want.

Need my help? Get in touch via my contact page.


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