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2017/09/19 [General] UID:1000 Activity:popular
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2013/6/26-8/13 [Computer/SW/WWW/Browsers, Computer/Networking, Computer/Domains] UID:54697 Activity:nil
6/26    This ones for you psb -ausman
        http://25.media.tumblr.com/027fe67c84c2288cc16e9c85db690834/tumblr_mp0ag8DCQI1qzwozco1_1280.jpg
        \- that's pretty good. i wish someone had put the idea to be before i saw
           it on the internet, so see if i'd have put the 9 justices in the same
           boxes. JOHN PAUL STEVENS >> All the sitting justices. --psb
        \- that's pretty good. i wish someone had put the idea to be before i
           saw it on the internet, so see if i'd have put the 9 justices in the
        \- that's pretty good. i wish someone had put the idea to me before i
           saw it on the internet, to see if i'd have put the 9 justices in the
           same boxes. JOHN PAUL STEVENS >> All the sitting justices. --psb
        \_ tell us about the city, ausman.
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2013/3/19-5/5 [Computer/Networking] UID:54630 Activity:nil
3/18    This is really quite amazing:
        http://internetcensus2012.bitbucket.org/paper.html
        \_ Is there no speculation about what these devices might be?
        \_ Is my Android ICS phone susceptible to this?
2012/7/26-9/24 [Computer/Networking] UID:54445 Activity:nil
7/26    Why big mega cable companies rule:
        http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2012/07/how-big-cable-killed-the-open-set-top-box-and-what-to-do-about-it
2012/5/21-7/20 [Computer/Networking] UID:54396 Activity:nil
5/21    New attach based on TCP sequence number interference:
        http://preview.tinyurl.com/bpf9odl [ars technica]
2012/4/26-6/4 [Computer/Networking] UID:54371 Activity:nil
4/26    I see that soda has an ipv6 address but ipv6 traffic from this box
        doesn't actually work (ping6 <DEAD>ipv6.google.com<DEAD>, ping6 http://www.v6.facebook.com
        Is this expected to work?
        \_ Soda doesn't have a real IPv6 address.  The IPv6 addresses you see
           in ifconfig are just link-local addresses; any IPv6-capable machine
           will autogenerate these, whether or not it's connected to an IPv6
           will autogenerate those, whether or not it's connected to an IPv6
           router.  They're useful when you do things like connect two machines
           directly with an ethernet cable: they'll both assign themselves
           addresses and it just works.  You need a real address to talk to the
           directly with an ethernet cable: each machine will assign itself an
           address and it just works.  You need a real address to talk to the
           internet, though.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Link-local_address
2012/1/19-3/3 [Computer/Networking, Politics/Foreign/Europe, Computer/SW] UID:54294 Activity:nil
1/19    Transcript between the Italian cruise ship captain and the Port
        Authority
        http://www.csua.org/u/v9i (abcnews.go.com)
        This captain is amazing.
2011/12/29-2012/2/6 [Computer/Networking, Computer/SW/Security] UID:54277 Activity:nil
12/29   New brute force attack against WPA1/2 base stations based on a flaw
        in WiFi Protected Setup (WPS):
        http://www.kb.cert.org/vuls/id/723755
        http://www.tacnetsol.com/products
        http://sviehb.wordpress.com/2011/12/27/wi-fi-protected-setup-pin-brute-force-vulnerability
2011/12/11-2012/2/6 [Computer/Networking] UID:54256 Activity:nil
12/11   Nick Weaver partying with Vint Cerf and Van Jacobson:
        http://queue.acm.org/detail.cfm?id=2076798
2011/2/6-19 [Computer/Networking] UID:54028 Activity:nil
2/5     hmm.
$netstat -at | grep LISTEN
tcp        0      0 *:43300                 *:*                     LISTEN
        \_ this is an sshd
tcp        0      0 *:49416                 *:*                     LISTEN
tcp        0      0 *:36201                 *:*                     LISTEN
        \_ looks like an sshd
tcp        0      0 *:sunrpc                *:*                     LISTEN
tcp        0      0 *:www                   *:*                     LISTEN
tcp        0      0 *:auth                  *:*                     LISTEN
tcp        0      0 *:ssh                   *:*                     LISTEN
tcp        0      0 *:49944                 *:*                     LISTEN
tcp        0      0 *:42701                 *:*                     LISTEN
        \_ guess what this is
tcp        0      0 localhost:smtp          *:*                     LISTEN
tcp        0      0 *:2555                  *:*                     LISTEN
        \_ this is a sshd
tcp6       0      0 [::]:ssh                [::]:*                  LISTEN
tcp6       0      0 [::]:2555               [::]:*                  LISTEN
        We love our sshds?
        \_ why so many sshds? and why do they survive after a reboot?
           \_ Just 22 and 2555, which points to 22. The others are not actually
              sshds. So says steven. Nothing to see here. --toulouse
              \_ welp, as long as they're benign that's fine.
2010/11/1-2011/1/13 [Computer/Networking] UID:54002 Activity:nil
11/1    I'm moving from a home in Fremont to another home within the same ZIP
        code in Fremont, and AT&T customer service says I cannot transfer my
        DSL service because DSL is not available at my new home.  Is that BS?
        Are they just trying to push me to subscribe to their more expensive
        U-verse service?  I'm not asking for any lightening-speed connection.
            \_ could be
        I just want to keep my low-end 1.5Mbps service.  I'd think DSL is such
        a basic thing in the Bay Area now and should be available anywhere
        with analog phone wires.  Thanks.
        \_ I live in Fremont, and used AT&T (previously SBC) DSL for many
           years in my last apartment at up to 3Mbps.  When I moved into my
           current house three years ago, they tried for two months to get
           DSL to work at any speed, and failed.  I've been using Comcast
           ever since.  DSL is dependent on short distances to the phone
           company's office, and my impression that there just aren't enough
           of them in Fremont to adequately cover the city for DSL (for much
           of the city, the phone company's CO is just too far away).  AT&T
           keeps making promises about Uverse in Fremont, but they haven't
           followed through on that either.
        \_ (12/3 update) I finally signed up for U-verse for internet only and
           no digital phone nor TV.  To my surprise, the U-verse modem
           connects to the phone jack on the wall just like the DSL modem at
           my old home, instead of to the cable TV jack.  Then doesn't it mean
           that the U-verse modem is just another DSL modem, and U-verse
           service is just another DSL service?  -- OP
2010/7/24-8/25 [Computer/Networking] UID:53896 Activity:nil
7/23    Internet's first router:
        http://www.wimp.com/firstrouter
        \_ Wow!  And the first VoIP phone!  Notice that the fans on that
           hardware look just like the fans these days.
           \_ I'm typing on an IBM Clicky Clacky Keyboard.
2010/7/13-8/11 [Computer/Domains, Computer/Networking, Computer/SW/WWW/Browsers] UID:53883 Activity:nil
7/13    http://www.newsweek.com/1995/02/26/the-internet-bah.html
        Why The Internet will never amount to anything.
        \_ More like why I try as much as possible to never buy anything
           online.
        \_ It's funny but when you started to be able to buy flights online
           the whole "fly by standby" thing just dissappeared.  Sigh.
           \_ What, you expect spontaneity to be a cultural trademark of
              the nerd generation?
2010/4/21-5/10 [Politics/Domestic/California, Computer/Networking] UID:53796 Activity:nil
4/21    "Your fastest Internet in the world is found in Berkeley, CA"
         http://www.csua.org/u/qlt (arstechnica.com)
        \_ lies, damned lies, statistics, and pandering to the crowd.
2010/3/3-30 [Computer/Networking] UID:53739 Activity:nil
3/3     If you read this
        http://www.net.berkeley.edu/dhcp/faq.shtml
        and find why it's funny, you're an old Soda geek.  -John
        \_ Nice. Any idea who might have written this? erikk, maybe? There
           are probably a lot of Sodans in IST. -not-that-old-Soda-geek
           \_ Jon?
        \_ Scanning it, I see reference to Phil. What others?
2009/11/4-17 [Computer/Networking, Computer/SW/Security, Computer/SW/P2P] UID:53495 Activity:nil
11/4    Holy cow, I got a warning from my ISP that they were notified
        by BSA/baytsp.com that I was copying music/video/software.
        Do they do port scan or something? That's a first for me.
        \_ They hang out on P2P networks and track IP addresses.  -tom
           \_ I believe they are paid by content providers to perform this
              monitoring service, so you should only run this risk with content
              from certain sources (such as Fox movies)
              \_ That's probably true.  -tom
2009/9/26-10/8 [Computer/Networking] UID:53403 Activity:nil
9/25    What's a nslookup equivalent to look up "set type=all"? I don't
        have nslookup anymore.
        \_ I think nslookup is deprecated and you're supposed to be using
           dig and host now.  Do you want the equiv 'host' acommand?
           \_ is it host -av <host>?
2009/9/13-21 [Computer/Networking] UID:53359 Activity:nil
9/13    $100M just for creating a map of broadband coverge in the US!
        http://www.csua.org/u/p1v (tech.yahoo.com)
        \_ More porn for THE PEOPLE!!! Obamamama is great!!!
           \_ You are right, it would be much better to spend that money
              blowing shit up in Iraq.
        \_ Your article has been classified as: mistruths and
           misunderstandings.
2009/6/3-5 [Consumer/CellPhone, Computer/Networking] UID:53075 Activity:moderate
6/3     Any phone geeks on here?  I want to get a new smartphone, preferably
        with wifi, touchscreen, and 3.5mm headphone jack.  I don't plan to pay
        the monthly $$ for a data plan though, since wifi is good enough for
        me.  That rules out the iPhone due to AT&T's policies.
        Maybe I should get some sort of Nokia N-series.
        \_ Wait one week and get a pre?
           \_ 2 days. but it will have a data plan as well.
        \_ I'm happy with a Blackberry 8320 (with WiFi) from T-Mobile, but in
           order to get everything working via WiFi (e.g. Google Maps, Google
           Mobile, Yahoo! Messenger etc) you need to sign up with their Black
           Berry plan (just for a month), get the service book pushed to your
           phone, then you can cancel it. Then your phone works OK in your WiFi.
           Of course if you just want Safari browser, you can do it right out
           of the box.
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