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News for Broadbandnuts & DSLnuts / This website and all webserver
« Last post by dannjr on August 02, 2018, 11:57:49 am »
Your Internet address
and some minor info
is Logged here.

Yes this site gives out
FREE Cookies.
All web servers have this.


So now we posted it..
Keep in mind when you go to other websites that tell you this with a banner and ask you if you understand. And click yes. Your adding to there data base and putting more added junk on your computer.

If you have a log in here you get an additional cookie to help with your log in and to even keep you logged in.
All this has started because of thief's and malware and ransoms being hit on others.

We never give or sell info here to anyone. Never have. We have our own security.

By reading this we assume you understand... Thanks. 

Be careful out their. Thanks
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The history of the Internet begins with the development of electronic computers in the 1950s. Initial concepts of wide area networking originated in several computer science laboratories in the United States, United Kingdom, and France.[1] The US Department of Defense awarded contracts as early as the 1960s, including for the development of the ARPANET project, directed by Robert Taylor and managed by Lawrence Roberts. The first message was sent over the ARPANET in 1969 from computer science Professor Leonard Kleinrock's laboratory at University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) to the second network node at Stanford Research Institute (SRI).

Made in the USA.. Not the EU....
Was paid for by people living in the USA..
Wait WWW was paid for by the people living in the USA.. Not the EU

Don't get me started on Millennial people that can't change a Light bulb.
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This Website, and all websites we are affiliated with do not do business in the EU.
We have never sold anything through the EU and probably never will.
We do collect information on this website server such as the internet protocol or IP addresses you come from and information you put here
We have never asked for personal information or ever intend to.
We do block IP addresses of know bad users and will continue to as long as this website stays up and running
WE ONLY comply with laws within the USA and States and cities we do business in.
AGAIN This is a USA website Located within the USA
The Site is and Affiliated sites are Ran for FREE and is ran. For for General information generally in technical fields

If you make your way here from a EU state please be warned your here at your own risk and we DO NOT want any personal information on you...
It might be best you dont bother afterall your EU state might have the answers to questions you have already

Be Advised we do not use SSL or TLS instead we use other mechanical and software means more like other more secure countries... SSL certificates might be used in the future
We are already discussing if we need to make sure our firewalls can block all of the EU as well of all incomming connections

We do have a privacy policy for all websites we work with and we will be expanding it

We are very sorry the EU forgot other rights of other places in the world and now we all get to pay for the rules they didn't make clear enough for all of the EU to understand let alone a little place like the USA and Canada and other little places... Glad we never did internet business there...

Sorry EU get your heads out of your butts and then you'll be welcome here again   :as:

our privacy policy as of now. besides the above
http://www.dslnuts.com/privacy.html

AND YES COOKIES ARE USED HERE.. Learn real security..... READ
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News for Broadbandnuts & DSLnuts / Just a educational thought. From P.O.d Neighbors
« Last post by dannjr on October 03, 2017, 12:18:09 pm »
Just a thought.. Since allot of politicians have no Clue. and tons of Waste is going on. ESP. in Chicago.
Most of whats here is Fact and by other Neighbors here in our Area.. Our opinion aint always important but this effects everyone that Pissed off in Cook County which is 90% of our Neighbors

Lets Pay a Penny and Ounce... Yeah that will fix the sugar problem esp in Diet sugar Free drinks they claim has Sugar and Charging for that to.
Lets Keep needless computers in Grade Schools. That will Teach for the Teachers and Parents

OR

Why not express the fix. By fixing it with Physical Education.. OH That right.... Most Counties and Large City's did away with Phys Ed.
Just like they did away with Music in a lot of School districts.
Or lets get rid of the basics of English and Hand Writing.. OH that right.. They cant sign there names.

The Silicon Valley School system did away with Computers.. That made sense. Now Kids know how to use a Pen and Paper. Now they're learning to interact by having to Talk again..

Parents work allot of Hours so I understand them being Tired.. But spend a little time with your Kids with Homework
Maybe they'll know how to read script one day. When they cant Read a Simple Address on a building. thier might be a problem. YES we ran into that problem.

Yup Lets charge a penny an Ounce for Sugar. That will stop the parents and Kids from becoming un-healthy.
Thats a Great Fix.. The only fix its making in Chicago and Cook County is to Chase more people to stores outside the county. Eventually none of the neighborhoods will have a Grocery store in Chicago.. Case and Point. 70% of all small neighborhood stores are leaving and the store fronts are empty.. WHY because of Nickle's Dimes and pennies that Cook County and Chicago is taking out of the mouths of Families and Businesses...

So lets just keep it up.. Illinois and Cook county wont be happy till they loose more people to other States with Fair practice.

This is just thoughts on what BS that Governments have done esp. here in our home state.

Please Help Educate your politicians.. OR enough is Enough.

Im just happy my Kids can go shopping outside of our town and County to buy what we need.

NOTE: For Thanks Giving our Groceries Will be Purchased outside of Illinois in Southeastern Wisconsin. It will save us 50% off feeding the Family.. AND we will Give Thanks...

This in no way is an endorsement for Pop We barley drink it.. But we do Drink Juice and they charge for that too.
Elderly people are having to pay a added penny a ounce for Cranberry Juice. And its healthy.
Don't bother buying Sugar Free bottle Tea.. Yup You got it its also hit for the Tax.

Here is the Best part. If your on WICK.. There is No Tax

Thanks fro Reading the Rambling.
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JPS Product Discussion / Re: JPS to Reopen as JPS
« Last post by chpalmer on April 15, 2016, 01:24:46 am »
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JPS Product Discussion / JPS to Reopen as JPS
« Last post by chpalmer on April 15, 2016, 01:21:47 am »
JPS Interoperability Solutions to launch April 15 with assets of former JPS Communications

JPS Interoperability Solutions—a new company established with the acquired assets of the former JPS Communications—plans to open its doors for business on April 15, according to JPS Interoperability Solutions President Don Scott, one of the three founders of JPS Communications.

JPS Interoperability Solutions—a new company established with the acquired assets of the former JPS Communications—plans to open its doors for business on Friday, according to JPS Interoperability Solutions President Don Scott, one of the three founders of JPS Communications.

“It’s a startup, but it’s a special kind of startup that’s got enormous experience, a huge base of installed products around the world and vision about where the next generation will be and what the next quantum leap will be,” Scott said during an interview with IWCE’s Urgent Communications. “Frankly, we were the creators of interoperability, and it’s only proper that we take it to the next level.”

http://urgentcomm.com/interoperability/jps-interoperability-solutions-launch-april-15-assets-former-jps-communications?NL=UC-03&Issue=UC-03_20160413_UC-03_378&sfvc4enews=42&cl=article_1&utm_rid=CPEQW000001109849&utm_campaign=7230&utm_medium=email&elq2=a780c239aab64872989bba59fbd5acf5
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News for Broadbandnuts & DSLnuts / Re: Heartbleed bug
« Last post by dannjr on April 22, 2014, 11:10:03 am »
The Good news is that manufactures and websites have fixed allot of the problems but you still need to be carefull
We upgraded our firewalls twice that week and there are still companies upgrading
Amazon came up clean and never had the issue
banks have either replaced or disabled the heartbeat which is the reason for the bleed

We have noticed that we did have a small bleed here for a short time but it never got to the websites based on the logs
That's not to say a website can't be hacked or Cracked.. It is public.. If you want to be safe unplug from the internet.

The ASUS above is a good option for a home user.. Unfortunately for us we page memory as high as 2.5gig over just one firewall and can peek at 3gig on the mailserver So our options are limited
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News for Broadbandnuts & DSLnuts / Re: AT&T Killed IPv6.. No one should be happy...
« Last post by dannjr on April 22, 2014, 11:00:00 am »
I may have exaggerated a touch. But the truth of the matter.
Business owners have gone through the trouble to upgrade there systems at no small cost.
They have enabled websites and email servers that work with IPv6

AT&T called us yesterday to find out why we are unhappy.
The person on the phone had no clue as to what protocol 41 was and even less information on IPv6.
I blame AT&T for not training there phone support.
We spent a little over an hour on the phone and I could here the supervisor behind her
I can't fault the employee's and I probably can't fault the tech's at AT&T
We were told protocol 41 was not available after going through a explanation of what it was...(not port 41)
We were also told that when IPv6 was available to all the users it was just a test of the system and they aren't ready for it..
We were also told IPv6 may be ready by the end of the year but not to hold our breath...

Other then the IPv6 issue our connection has been very solid. I can't complain that way.. But we have invested allot of time with this and we maybe looking at our options to get a connection that will allow IPv6 Tunnels.
Can you here me now AT&T
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News for Broadbandnuts & DSLnuts / Re: Heartbleed bug
« Last post by cablenut on April 16, 2014, 07:07:57 pm »
For Asus RT-N66* owners, there is a new firmware out to address this issue and more. This router has gained popularity because it is 1) Open source (meaning you can install DDWRT or Tomato based firmware on it) and 2) It is available everywhere coupled with its features and performance. I personally have had zero issues with this router other than a few resets once in a great while, and a few DHCP issues related to certain IP addresses conflicting with each other (stares at his network printer). Below is the change log. One thing to note is that they update the firmware for this router frequently because of its market position in the arena of being "open source"; it is highly supported so far.

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Version 3.0.0.4.374.5517

Description   ASUS RT-N66R Firmware version 3.0.0.4.374.5517
Security related issues:
1. Fixed remote command execution vulnerability
2. Fixed cross site scripting vulnerability
3. Fixed parameters buffer overflow vulnerability
4. Fixed XSS(Cross Site Scripting) vulnerability
5. Fixed CSRF(Cross Site Request Forgery) vulnerability
6. Added auto logout function. The timeout time can be configured in - Administration--> System
7. Included patches related to network map. Thanks for Merlin's contribution.
8. Fixed password disclosure in source code when administrator logged in.
9. Changed OpenSSL Library from 1.0.0.b to 1.0.0.d. Both OpenSSL versions are not vulnerable to heartbleed bug.

Others:
1. Fixed IPTV related issues.
2. Modified the 3G/LTE dongle setting process in quick internet setup wizard.
3. Fixed the Cloud sync problem
4. Fixed Parental control check box UI issues.
5. Modified the FTP/ Samba permission setting UI
6. Modified media server setting UI
7.Samba/ media server/ iTunes server name can be changed.
8. Dual wan fail over now support fail back
9. Fixed wake on lan magic packet sending issue.
10. Fixed false alarm for samba and ftp permission.
11. Fixed IPv6 related issues.

Special thanks for David and Palula’s research
CVE-2014-2719 http://dnlongen.blogspot.com/2014/04/CVE-2014-2719-Asus-RT-Password-Disclosure.html
Remote command execution http://seclists.org/fulldisclosure/2014/Apr/58
Reflected XSS: http://seclists.org/fulldisclosure/2014/Apr/59

http://www.asus.com/us/Networking/RTN66R
http://www.asus.com/us/Networking/RTN66U
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