Verizon Personal Web Space
|URL||mysite.verizon.net, members.bellatlantic.net, ...|
|Project source||verizon-grab, verizon-items|
|IRC channel||(on EFnet)|
- Not to be confused with Verizon Mysite.
Personal Web Space Frequently Asked Questions ATTENTION:
Important Information About Personal Web Space Service.
As of March 15, 2014, the Verizon Site Builder tool and the online Personal Web Space pages will be decommissioned. If you have previously used our Site Builder tool to create your own web page(s) you may un-publish or delete your content by taking the following steps:
- Click here to go to Personal Web Space pages.
- Click - Security & Free Tools/Manage
- Click - Personal Web Space
- Click - Delete My Personal Web Space button
Until September 30, 2014, you will continue to be able to view any web pages you created, but will not be able to create new pages, update or make any changes to existing pages.
Date: Thu, 21 Jul 2011 08:50:40 -0400 From: "Verizon Notifications" <Verizon-Notifications@message.verizon.com> To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Important Changes to your Verizon Internet Account for FTP* Users Dear Verizon Internet User: As part of our ongoing enhancements to the online customer experience, Verizon continues to ensure security for our Internet customers. As a result of this ongoing effort, Verizon Online is making modifications to the Internet access provided to you. These modifications will occur on August 21, 2011. For security reasons, Verizon will no longer allow users to FTP their HTML files to the personal web site Verizon offers. Verizon recommends that current FTP users download their files prior to August 21, 2011 to prevent any data loss. If you still wish to have a Verizon website, please go to our site builder tool available with Personal Webspace which can be found under My Services in My Verizon at: [http://link.verizon.com/C2L/jj.aspx?pid=jw9qF73fVt8$&odid=fYpYK5vj3kc$&sid=47q8x-J2jbLos2cKQxY0jA$$&aid=SfFSLh4zoxA$&URL=5qtce2EKtD_KTb05so-MSrZtuwMuQqO37mn2do_vEeXt3N7zxfrPCdi1x0-ehRSKxF2YsP8YPGUvbP9JuPQlRwG5NEuAja_CnrzZ4gmbPLQy2_vusdVpdH-KILyF4dMA6uEE8jFnHXr3J43Mzyji_A$$&] Remember, after August 21, 2011, you will not be able to use FTP for uploading your files. Thanks for being a valued Verizon Online customer. We encourage you to act now to protect your private information. Sincerely, Verizon Online * File Transfer Protocol Ensure Verizon emails reach your inbox by adding email@example.com to your "safe" email list. Your email or Internet provider can provide instructions on how it works. This email has been sent from an auto-notification system that cannot accept incoming email. Customer Service © 2011 Verizon
- Right now four kind of urls are known to exist on mysite.verizon.net and members.bellatlantic.net:
- Are there any other patterns in the site names?
- Are there any files on http://mysite.verizon.net/ itself?
- Are there any files on http://members.bellatlantic.net/ itself?
In the following files there seem to be a few patterns in the list of items: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Arkiver2/verizon-items/master/site/01_site_members.bellatlantic.net_wayback and https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Arkiver2/verizon-items/master/site/01_site_mysite.verizon.net_wayback
Both bellatlantic and verizon have the same patterns for sites. In the examples below, an asterisk can be replaced with any alpha-numeric character.
other possible patterns are:
- ??verizon:gcd***** where * = 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, l, m, n, o, p, q, r, s, t, u, v, w, x, y or z.??
- ??verizon:k where * = 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, l, m, n, o, p, q, r, s, t, u, v, w, x, y or z.??
All the current found sites can be found here: https://github.com/Arkiver2/verizon-items
- DONE Get a list of items from http://mysite.verizon.net/ from the Wayback Machine.
- DONE Get a list of items from http://members.bellatlantic.net/ from the Wayback Machine.
- Get a list of items from http://mysite.verizon.net/ from Google using the search keywords: site:http://mysite.verizon.net/.
- Get a list of items from http://members.bellatlantic.net/ from Google using the search keywords: site:http://members.bellatlantic.net/.
- Get a list of items from http://mysite.verizon.net/ from Yahoo using the search keywords: site:http://mysite.verizon.net/.
- Get a list of items from http://members.bellatlantic.net/ from Yahoo using the search keywords: site:http://members.bellatlantic.net/.
- Get a list of items from http://mysite.verizon.net/ from Bing using the search keywords: site:http://mysite.verizon.net/.
- Get a list of items from http://members.bellatlantic.net/ from Bing using the search keywords: site:http://members.bellatlantic.net/.
Please send list of links to Arkiver so that it can be added to the swipnet-items repository.
Current amount of items
Total items: 0
- DONE The following scripts are created for this project: https://github.com/Arkiver2/verizon-grab
- Let the scripts be checked by chfoo.
- Set up Rsync point(s).
- Add the project to the tracker.
- Set up Megawarc factories.
- Create collection for Swipnet items.
- Upload Swipnet items to the collection.
How can I help?
Please donate to the Internet Archive. The Internet Archive will be hosting all these files by making them available through the wayback machine. The space is cheap, but maintaining the files on the server is not.
To illustrate the costs of permanently storing 1 TB of files: $2000
Running a Warrior
Running scripts manually