First of all, please be aware that any user that can cast a down -or upvote may do so, without having to explain their reasons.
So while I cannot tell you why your post has received these two downvotes, I can discuss why your post might have attracted them.
Second, I'm not so sure whether this question is on-topic. The help center states
Questions about how a particular piece of software or hardware works aren't science (unless you're asking about the scientific concepts behind that software or hardware). You may ask on Super User or other appropriate technology sites.
and I've always interpreted this as implying requests how to find a particular piece of software are off-topic as well. However, it is not clear to me from your question whether your question is about the actual program or about the concepts behind the program.
So I'm not sure. Some users tend to downvote questions they think should be closed (sometimes in addition to a close-vote).
Additionally, part of your request appears to be using SE as a method to get around your national firewall. Getting around firewalls is not the main purpose of SE, and some users might take offense at this request.
Finally, I'm not so sure how good of a "reference request" question this is. Usually, reference requests are for a well-defined topic where any work that explains the topic is a good answer. What this question looks like is a somewhat vague recollection of a computer program seen somewhere, and a request to find this specific piece of work. This type of request is rare on CS.SE and it reminds me of the "identification" questions (such as story identification on scifi.SE), which are often difficult to deal with without clear guiding rules. In particular, I'm not sure how useful the link between your personal recollection and the actual program is for others.
All in all, I think this question is not so great. Maybe you can make a better question by asking for the concept of verbosity of programming language itself, or in particular how to measure it. This way, we might still be able to help you even if we cannot find your particular program, either.