Link to Original Source
It's on Netflix named "Atari: Game Over"
" others cannot be disabled or stopped that easily, for instance because of hardcoded host and IP address information that bypass the Hosts file of the operating system."
Thus from an old market a new market emerges.
That if Assange were to go outside a drone would most likely take him out.
It's becoming the anti-anti-tank weapon.
Who deviates from the norm of a simple command, to ones of sentences long.
I've watched the movie many times. funny stuff. But as mentioned a series could be a hard thing to pull off.
Can PrivacyBadger do 16 things hosts do for speed, security, & reliability:
5.) Protect vs. downed DNS (adds reliability)
6.) Protect vs. DNS redirect poisoned dns
8.) Protect vs. spam
12.) Keep you off dns request logs
From a HOSTS advocate:
Only if one has that address in their HOSTS file to begin with.
Can't post what I want: Filter error: Lameness filter encountered
but 6 days of phone calls up to 6 a day, then hijacked to a PS3 to face this
Still don't know if I should report it to the FCC as at face value it's a violation of the Net Neutrally act. - an ISP can't redirect for profit, thing is I use OpenDNS.
Yes system was check very thoroughly (autoruns) nothing on my end.
it's just http://testmy.net/ was Google yet they hid the fact, vs Flurry.com, it took some digging and many links from original ToS but you would find a Google ToS. A post reply was by one of the admins of how much they enjoyed working for Google, and I questioned the ToS; It was changed to a Google ToS; Changed now to: no clue (not read yet)
https://www.robtex.com/ clicking on a disqus.com icon you will be met with a requester to abort and reason: "Logging into Disqus can allow it to track you around the web". Answering no shows what u had to post was not that important.
My Post was to help, the IP address 18.104.22.168 shows over 100 pages containing malware (most I've seen) but it's a feed for the UseNet where Malware is expected and fairly obvious. Not a big deal.
Post to Robtex.com can be posted without account, and how I will from now on.
Was kool though, sitting unobtrusively all this time in the menu bar, when it tosses up an alert you take notice. The reason for Privacy Badger showing a plus, sorry but many just say a bad site ahead awaits u.
That Disqus.com didn't make the HOSTS file? No clue, I dropped the ball.
I have checked https://www.robtex.com/ while I found no Google links before, nor mention of Google in the FAQ (no ToS), the site reeks of Google (very nice, good useful info). It's no big deal, it's just http://testmy.net/ was Google yet they hid the fact, vs Flurry.com, it took some digging and many links from original ToS but you would find a Google ToS. A post reply was by one of the admins of how much they enjoyed working for Google, and I questioned the ToS; It was changed to a Google ToS; Changed now to: no clue (not read yet) but just assume Google and do what you do - I leave Google alone but for advertising, and data collection other than what I know (my choice) is going to be Public domain (my searches for one).
FWIW https://disqus.com/ gives no alert.
Just as downloading music screwed those of us that didn't.
The most difficult thing in the world is to know how to do a thing and to watch someone else doing it wrong, without commenting. -- T.H. White