Donate for the Cryptome archive of files from June 1996 to the present

8 March 2014

Leah McGrath Goodman Eyeball

This material may not apply to the Leah McGrath Goodman who claimed to have located Satoshi Nakamoto. A correction from Ms. Goodman would be welcomed. Send to cryptome[at]earthlink.net

A/K/A Leah Goodman, Leah Susan Goodman, Leah Susan McGrath, Leah McGrath, Susan McGrath, Susan Goodman, Leah Susan McGrath Goodman.


Leah McGrath Goodman Eyeball

http://leahmcgrathgoodman.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/visaedit2.jpg

[Image]

http://pastebin.com/jK84UxYX

Address: 100 Marlboro Ave, Brattleboro, VT

Hard to deny confirmation from her Facebook... http://gyazo.com/22b38c0ce2fc06f632bda9c348997be9


https://i2d.uslandrecords.com/VT/Brattleboro/D/Default.aspx?AspxAutoDetectCookieSupport=1#

[Image]


[Image]

[Image]


[Image]

[Image]

100 Marlboro Ave. appears to be an empty lot. To its left is a house numbered
94, to its right an unnumbered house on a corner lot.

[Image]

[Image]

[Image]

[Image]

[Image]

www.linkedin.com/pub/leah-mcgrath-goodman/4/1b7/145

Leah McGrath Goodman

Senior Writer, Finance Editor at Newsweek Magazine

Other
Writing and Editing

Current
Newsweek Magazine,
CNN/Fortune,
Institutional Investor/Alpha Magazine

Previous

University of Colorado at Boulder 2010-2011,
Dow Jones & Co./The Wall Street Journal

Education

Saint Bonaventure University
BAs, Journalism and Political Science; minors in Spanish, Fine Art
1994 – 1998

OTHER MEDIA POSTS (between 1994 and 1998): Bloomberg News; The New York Real Estate Journal; The New England Real Estate Journal; the New York State Legislature; the Massachusetts State Legislature’s Criminal Justice Committee. Also freelanced for a number of radio stations in New York, including National Public Radio.

_____

An award-winning investigative journalist, author and speaker, Leah McGrath Goodman is senior writer and finance editor for Newsweek magazine. She has written for Forbes, Bloomberg, Marie Claire, Condé Nast, The Wall Street Journal, Barron's, The Financial Times, Institutional Investor, CNN/Fortune and The Guardian.

Born in Boston, she started at Dow Jones & Co. in 1998 after being recruited from university by the Dow Jones Newspaper Fund. She was trained in Princeton by editors of The Wall Street Journal.

She wrote for a decade in New York, Dubai and London as a general assignment reporter, senior writer, editor and special correspondent (in roughly that order). In 2006, she left Dow Jones as its youngest special writer and began writing as a freelance journalist.

In 2008, she signed her first publishing deal. "The Asylum: The Renegades Who Hijacked The World's Oil Market," released by HarperCollins in 2011, was called “a riveting tale of greed gone mad” by Bloomberg Businessweek and “twice as crazy and outlandish as any plot that Hollywood could concoct” by Fortune.

The book was nominated for the Financial Times and Goldman Sachs Book of the Year Award.

From 2010 to 2011, Goodman was a visiting faculty member and fellow at the Center for Environmental Journalism at the University of Colorado at Boulder.

In 2011, while working on her second book in the Channel Islands (UK), she was detained at London's Heathrow Airport for more than 12 hours and thrown out of the country after disclosing to authorities her research into human-rights violations and crimes against children on the island of Jersey.

In 2012, Goodman was officially banned from the UK -- and Jersey -- the first time this had happened to a journalist in the UK in at least a decade.

In 2013, her UK visa was restored following international media coverage, a Change.org campaign and the formal endorsement of her work by UK Parliament. That year, she joined Newsweek.

http://cdn-s3.thewrap.com/images/2014/03/leah-mcgrath-goodman-618x400.jpg

[Image]

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-FUyhJeuJ7W4/UiGU89cQSxI/AAAAAAAAByY/fDug5
dz-5CU/s1600/wJIeolKdyPdPwba-556x313-noPad.jpg

[Image]

https://d22r54gnmuhwmk.cloudfront.net/photos/6/sx/gy/hRSXgYqGmSqxmmL-
556x313-noPad.jpg

[Image]

http://cdn2.famegame.com/share/upload/image/media/8335020_All%20Pictures
%201036.5.jpg

[Image]

http://1490wkvt.com/wp-content/blogs.dir/91/files/2013/12/leah_morgan-620x
400.jpg

[Image]

https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/1626699417/LMGJacketPortrait__2_.jpg

[Image]

http://images.c-spanvideo.org/Files/0bb/9276707-298111-1.jpg

[Image]

http://txwsw.com/portfolio/october-14-2008-wonder-women-meet-some-of-
money-managements-leading-lights/

Photos: http://txwsw.com/docs/wonder_1.jpg

The person in this photo is unidentified. It appears as the lead photo in an article by
Leah McGrath Goodman. Other photos in the article are identified. The dark hair
is unlike all other photos of Goodman. The curved building in the background is
located at East 57th Street and Lexington Avenue, New York City.

[Image]

http://www.intelius.com/results.php?ReportType=1&formname=name&qf=leah
&qmi=&qn=goodman&qcs=&focusfirst=1

[Image]

http://school.echalk.com/user_profile_view.aspx?id=fa52572f-fcb6-4bb4-9226-
4baa9ac0863c

[Image]

http://pastebin.com/jK84UxYX

Leah McGrath Goodman

Age: 36
Birthday: Feburary 6th, 1978
Social Media:

l.goodman@newsweek.com

lmcgrathgoodman@gmail.com <-- 2 step verification, hasn't been logged on in four days

mcgrathgoodman@hotmail.com <-- Almost jacked, "Security question: Favorite pet's name?"

https://www.facebook.com/leah.m.goodman?fref=ts

https://twitter.com/truth_eater/

Address: 100 Marlboro Ave, Brattleboro, VT

Hard to deny confirmation from her Facebook... http://gyazo.com/22b38c0ce2fc06f632bda9c348997be9

Possible Old Addresses (Thanks Pastebin Anon!)

Leah S. Goodman

207 8th St #1

Jersey City, NJ 07302

(201) 610-1370

Previous Address:

216 Forest St

Norwell, Ma 02061

(201) 533-1470

1154 PO Box

Saint Bonaventure, NY 14778

(201) 533-1470

92 Willett #3C

Albany, NY 12210

(201) 610-1370

92 Willett #4C

Albany, NY 12210

(973) 626-3434

4 Mockingbird Ln.

Littleton, NC 27850

(973) 626-3434

210 8th St #1

Jersey City, NJ 07302

234 Forest St

Norwell, MA 02061

Possible Relatives:

Kathleen Hill McGrath

Thomas Joseph McGrath

Sara K McGrath

Links:

https://www.google.com/maps/@42.838738,-72.558536,3a,75y,187.28h,81.34t/data=!3m4!1e1!3m2!1sPtnKOkN8cVaG3YgunCCU3w!2e0

http://leahmcgrathgoodman.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/visaedit2.jpg

Contact section of her website:

Andy Dodds

Publicist, HarperCollins

+1 212 207 7498

andy.dodds@harpercollins.com

Susan Schwartzman

Susan Schwartzman Public Relations

+1 877 833 4276

sjschwa@aol.com

Misc:

Phone: Motorola DROID RAZR M, http://gyazo.com/b4bf2bdb28bdd6e946d824c65f5be54d

WordPress Security Analysis of http://leahmcgrathgoodman.com

WordPress Version

3.3.2

Version does not appear to be latest 3.8 - update now. Google safe browse check

PASSED

Google finds the site to be free of malware Server: Apache

X-Powered-By: None

IP Address: 66.147.244.106

Provider: UNIFIED LAYER

Country: US

WordPress Plugins

The following plugins were detected from the HTML source of the WordPress front page.

contact-form-7

Plugins are a source of many security vulnerabilities within WordPress installations, always keep them updated to the latest version available and check the developers plugin page for information about security related updates and fixes. Using the WPScan utility you are able to get much more aggressive in detecting all plugins installed within a WordPress installation.

Information WordPress Theme

The theme has been found by examining the path /wp-content/themes/ *theme name* /

Theme : balance

While plugins get a lot of attention when it comes to security vulnerabilities, themes are another source of security vulnerabilities within WordPress installations, always keep them updated to the latest version available and check the developers theme page for information about security related updates and fixes. Using the WPScan utility you are able to get much more aggressive in detecting theme based vulnerabilities such as the widely exploited Timthumb vulnerability that affected literally thousands of popular themes.

Warning User Enumeration is possible

The first two user ID's were tested to determine if user enumeration is possible.

User ID 1 : None

User ID 2 : Leah McGrath Goodman

It is recommended to rename the admin user account to reduce the chance of brute force attacks occurring. As this will reduce the chance of automated password attackers gaining access. However it is important to understand that if the author archives are enabled it is usually possible to enumerate all users within a WordPress installation.

Only the first two user ID's were tested with this scan, use the WPScan tool to test enumeration of additional user ID's.

Warning Directory Indexing Enabled

In the test we attempted to list the directory contents of the uploads and plugins folders to determine if Directory Indexing is enabled. This is an information leakage vulnerability that can reveal sensitive information regarding your site configuration or content.

/wp-content/uploads/ enabled

/wp-content/plugins/ disabled

Directory indexing was tested on the /wp-content/uploads/ and /wp-content/plugins/ directores. Note that other directories may have this web server feature enabled, so ensure you check other folders in your installation. It is good practice to ensure directory indexing is disabled for your full WordPress installation either through the web server configuration or .htaccess.

Externally Linked Host Hosting Provider Country

www.express.co.uk Amazon Web Services, Elastic Compute Cloud, EC2, E Ireland

www.vice.com Amazon.com United States

www.bbc.co.uk BBC United Kingdom

wordpress.org Peer 1 Network United States

www.youtube.com Google United States

johnhemming.blogspot.com Google United States

www.guardian.co.uk Fastly United States

voiceforchildren.blogspot.com Google United States

www.studiopress.com Media Temple United States

www.royaljersey.com M247 Ltd United Kingdom

www.shyc.je Nuco Technologies Ltd United Kingdom

twitter.com Twitter United States

finance.fortune.cnn.com ServerBeach United States

bit.ly Verisign United States

ricosorda.blogspot.com Google United States

www.dailymail.co.uk Akamai Technologies United States

www.parliament.uk Level 3 Communications United States

www.amazon.com Amazon.com United States

www.gov.je Foreshore Limited United Kingdom

www.statesassembly.gov.je Foreshore Limited United Kingdom

Information Linked Javascript

http://leahmcgrathgoodman.com/wp-includes/js/jquery/jquery.js?ver=1.7.1

http://leahmcgrathgoodman.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/jquery.form.js?ver=3.08

http://leahmcgrathgoodman.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/scripts.js?ver=3.1.2

http://leahmcgrathgoodman.com/wp-content/themes/genesis/lib/js/menu/superfish.js?ver=1.4.8

http://leahmcgrathgoodman.com/wp-content/themes/genesis/lib/js/menu/superfish.args.js?ver=1.8.1

http://stats.wordpress.com/e-201410.js

Compromised sites will often be linked to malicious javascript in an attempt to attack users of your WordPress installation. Look over the listed javascript, you should be familiar with all scripts and investigate ones you are not sure. In addition removal of unneeded javascript will speed up your website.

Information Linked iframes

No iframes were found in the page

Compromised sites will often contain embedded iframes that can also deliver malicious code to visitors of the web site. Check any discovered iframes and ensure they are legitimate.