Mortis.com : An Internet Mystery - Deepstash

Mortis.com : An Internet Mystery

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Based on curiosity, 4chan users turned to investigate, and connected the site to someone called Thomas 'Tom' Ling.

When the name was further investigated, it turned out that the person owned...

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As more and more people tried to crack the page and get to the bottom of Tom's website, they were met with futility.

That until the enthusiasm for the site rose, and someone claiming to be T...

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Again fueled by curiosity, people on the internet started digging deeper, and found that the site's code had a media player embedded, suggesting that the site was being utilized to...

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What's more, it was also found that Mortis.com can be linked to a dental firm, a prominent lawyer, a remote part of the Washington state, and a security company that in turn has connections to a vi...

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What's more, Mortis.com was discovered in the late 1990s, at a time where people use dial-up internet connection. Whether Tom Ling was lying or not, uploading gigabytes of data to the internet was ...

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This was until the FBI got involved, users stopped investigating and the website was taken down.

According to another source, the FBI had nothing to do with the site, and it was Tom Ling him...

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References to the site have been removed from the internet.

The real Tom Ling also remained unanswered.

Nothing much is known about this site, other than its simple login form. The ow...

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