Why does this exist?
This exists to help hide and obscure people's real identity. This is done by seeding the fake data into search engines.
Fake identities on the public internet are not dangerous. Real identities are!
How does publishing fake identities help obscure my real identity?
There are several companies that gather your identity information, either from public sources, or via scraping information on the internet, creating identity profiles of people.
Web sties like mmnumber.com, amazeline.com, spokeo.com, whycall.me, phoneaddressdirectory.com, reversenumber.com, reversenumberdatabase.com, lookupmonkey.com,
findnamebycellphonenumber.com, mobilecellowner.com, unknowncalls.com, calleridtracer.com, phonenumberauthority.com, phonery.com, mobilecellowner.info, mobilelookups.info,
unknowncalls.com, calleridtracer.com, ssn-search-online.com, ssn-lookup-pad.com, ssnlookup123.com, credit-report-ssn.com, usa-ssn-info.com, usa-ssn-data.com,
willow.com, trulia.com, realtor.com, valueappeal.com, homes.com, and others advertize access to this information to anyone via google search.
Some companies charge a monthly fee for this service, some ask you to contribute your information in exchange, some will let you pay to remove the information. Regardless
of the revenue model, it is easy and likely that someone can learn enough from the web to hijack your identity.
The fake identities in this site are designed to rank higher in search engines compared to the other companies listings. In the case of phone numbers and social security numbers,
our sites rank first. This fact will keep some of the curious away from attemting to pry into your true identity.
How was this made?
To start, the Author legally obtained access to 78 million real contacts, with permission to publish the data in this way.
The contact information was then scrambled, and filtered against listed names to avoid any coincidences with real people.
A customized set of programs designed to work with the high volume of data was created. Current database technology
is too general purpose, and too slow to handle such a large volume of information. Even with these fast advances, it took 20 months in order to process the data.
A technical summary will be posted in the future.
What is this?
This is actually a list of 250 million people, indexed by the WRONG
address, name, phone, and SSN.
This data is ficticious. Any resemblance to an actual person, living or dead
is purely coincidence.
Could this information be used for Fraud?
I don't think so. Although all the information looks realistic, the association between the name, address, phone number, and other information
is completely bogus.
What about the access logs?
The access logs are being retained in compliance with US law. However, because of the sensitive nature of the logs,
they are encrypted via "Gnu Privacy Guard"
prior to being recorded, and the private key is not on any computer connected to the internet. Because of this,
the log data is very safe from any website attackers.
Can you generate a set of data for me?
Yes. We currently have one set of data that is available for purchase, and more sets are being created. These sets are designed as defacto test data for businesses, and should not be
Alternatly, Fake Name Generator is from an unafiliated company that can generate fake identities, for free.
One identity is too close to home. Can I get it removed?
Anyone can remove an identity. There is a link at the bottom of every detailed identity page to do just that.
After clicking on the link, a new page will ask for a Captcha code.
The identity will then be occluded based on the name, address, SSN, and all phone numbers on my website.
However, I have less control over the search engines. It could take a while for their information to catch up.
You can also contact me, if I'm not too busy.
What URL's is this under?
Currently this is under www.xdd.org.
A second set of fake names is at xdd2.org which is entirely different.
A third set of fake names is at xdd3.org.
And there is a set for the United Kingdom at
Who are you?
Killer Cool Development, LLC.
Yes, check out my nephew's website.
Ben just turned 11 and is already writing video games.