Palin hacker's IP address linked to Tenn. student's apartment
Proxy service operator confirms IP address of hacker belongs to ISP that
provides service to apartment searched by FBI
By Gregg Keizer

September 22, 2008 (Computerworld) The man who traced the IP address of the
hacker who accessed Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's e-mail account last week confirmed
today that it belongs to an Illinois company that provides Internet service to
the Knoxville, Tenn., apartment complex where the FBI served a search warrant
early Sunday.

Gabriel Ramuglia, the webmaster of Ctunnel, an Athens, Ga.-based proxy service
used by the hacker to mask his or her identity, acknowledged that the IP address
he found in his server logs belongs to Pavlov Media, an Internet service
provider based in Champaign, Ill.