One of the good features of our new supplier's offering is a piece of software they install on servers to help prevent hacking attacks.
Typically, a robot system somewhere tries to crack the server's system password continuously. that's why strong passwords are so important - like the ones automatically generated by free sites like this one that we use.
You can Google for:
I have just received an automated email from this anti-hacking software.
Large Number of Failed Login Attempts from IP 126.96.36.199
5 failed login attempts to account cottagesmallholder (system) -- Large number of attempts from this IP: 188.8.131.52
Reverse DNS: 200-98-147-83.clouduol.com.br
Origin Country: Brazil (BR)
Just mentioning this for interest's sake.
Never knowingly underfed
Trying to enjoy life as it is
I just realised (again) something about this forum of ours.
Off topic is the natural way of things.
From technical specifications of servers to waxing. Spot the connections.
Danny , not sure if I may have a connection, but seen on a forum recently (and edited - a bit! ):
Q. So, does anyone know of a way to clean the wax portion off the back of the techspecs?
A. you could try and get some goo-gone and clean off the wax and apply some 3M double sided tape to hold the tech specs down?
Does this answer your question - at all ?
TA, wallowing in your tea? I thought that bathing in milk was the recommended way to go...
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TA, best not to check - then we can have some good laughs at the new words we create. Like this:
So met ime siti salot mo refu ntobe jus tabi tsill yan dju veni le.
Yes, I'll have to get out more ...........
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