Too long to remember.
Have you ever tried writing down an IPV6 address?
97 posts • joined 1 Aug 2013
I am curious to know whether these 85 flaws have always been in the software or have been recently introduced to make up for the holes that have already been patched?
It's obviously useful to *someone* to have a piece of software that is almost universally installed on Windows machines and is so exploitable.
Bloody hell, I have been having this trouble for about three weeks with Zen. I assumed it was my Billion router on it's way out.
The problem seems to have stabilised for the past week, but only after reinstalling the firmware numerous times.
Win 10, latest updates
Billion Bipac 7800DXL
Zen Internet Almostbroadband.
This from a "communications" company:
Mrs Harding (from Talk Talk) added: "I know it feels like a very long time but at Wednesday lunchtime all we knew was that our website was running very slowly, that our email system was running slowly, and that is usually an indication that someone is trying to bombard your systems to get in. So we took the decision to bring down our systems right away, we then spent the next 24 hours trying to work out exactly how someone had got in and what data they had accessed.
FFS, put someone in front of the microphone who knows what they are talking about.
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