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I used to live in Tahoe.
Occasionally during the summer months, someone would contract bubonic plague after their house cats were outside and near ground squirrel burrows.
It is transmitted by fleas of the common ground squirrel in the area. Don't remember the species.
The infestation of infected fleas usually gets worse in drought years.
Plague fleas are found all over the sierras, Yosemite as well.
"What if we had 50 years warning? Still sure?"
"We already know where 99% of the extinction event type asteroids are. We'll have plenty of warning."
Although we DID vote in legalized cannibus last go-round so the universe does seem to self-correct from time to time.
There are many more real and working ancient remedies than you know.
The main problem limiting your access to, or knowledge of them, depends on whether the Multi-National-Pharma giants can own and profit from something anyone can get for free. All you have to do is know where to look, what to pick, and how to prepare.
For example, I've been using golden seal root for years and have killed off intestinal parasites and pretty much any bug that makes me ill, all in very short order.
You can buy the stuff at any health store but your Big Uncle Pharma can't own and patent it. No advertising, no marketing, something that works well but few know about.
Imagine a news break about a common plant or a common sense lifestyle that could put the multi-billion dollar flu shot industry out of business. Oh the horror!!!
Nope, that wouldn't fly
Alas, Debian once was the standard that other Linux distributions were measured by.
Fast, stable, dependable, reliable, secure, usable.
Not so today, since they decided to pour bucket loads of experimental garbage code into their base, that the distribution can give the Gnome Desktop user a more Windows like experience.
Note: Nobody uses Gnome anymore. Move on
To be fair, a Linux distribution with training wheels (systemd) could be helpful to those wishing to migrate away from M$ addiction, and have a system to learn the linux desktop on. But changing the entire Linux ecosystem for this experimental bloat was suicide.
Thankfully, FreeBSD has reached a maturity that Debian/Linux purists can migrate to, and can still have a safe and secure, modern, state of the art, desktop system, their way, without the squirrelly flashy wizbang bloated garbage that has now infested the Linux world.
I started computing with Dos5/Win 3.0. Loved Dos 6.2 + WFW 3.11. Then M$ threw out their solid, stable, bought, code base and defecated out Win 95, and the world changed.
My memories of win95 were equally warm and fuzzy, until the the BSODs began.
Oh the horror of working on a CS project for hours, with a upcoming deadline, and watching a good chunk of code and hours of work vanish upon File -> Save -> BSOD -> "NOOOOOOOOYYOOOUUUUFUUCCC..."
M$-Anything is the only product brand that made me want to throw my computer out the window and go back to pencil and paper for tasks, where applicable
As soon as I found Redhat 9, and it was what M$ should have been, I jumped ship from the M$ line of crapware entirely.
Today it's FreeBSD all the way
Fast, rock solid stable, bleeding edge software, safe and secure. This is what computing SHOULD be all about. Not the flashy, squirrely, dumbed down, garbage the marketing depts think people want today.
NAT was not designed with security in mind. The security it does offer is a side effect.
Oof. I've never seen that, but can imagine it happens with more regularity than would be good.
If they only used NAT? Sure, but I didn't say that.
You seem to be confusing the benefits of NAT with what it was designed to do or what other security features are available. I guess I can't help you with this either.
We can found no scientific discipline, nor a healthy profession on the technical mistakes of the Department of Defense and IBM. -- Edsger Dijkstra