As many of these posts are, this is in part to document the process for myself. However, for anyone running IIS as their web server (such as for Windows Home Server or Windows Server Essentials), […]
For those of you that may not be familiar with T-Mobile, one of the features that they offer (tout really) is their wi-fi calling. It’s a great feature, especially if you live in an area with […]
If you haven’t heard about it by now, there is a recent exploit that allows a maliciously designed website to trigger a reset of certain ARRIS (formerly Motorola) Cable Modems.
This doesn’t affect all of them, but only a certain model. However, if you’re paranoid at all, there is no harm in blocking access to the cable modem.
There are two ways to do this: drop all traffic to the cable modem (which doesn’t affect internet traffic), or to filter out the specific URL used to do this.
And we cover both methods
For a long while, I’ve been using a Linksys Router flashed with DD-WRT. It worked well enough and functioned fine. However, it’s been on it’s last legs and randomly power cycling frequently. So it was […]
Like in previous posts, I’m skipping the normal “junk” (installation). I’ll come back to it later, but I want to cover this right away. The reason for this, is that the port forwarding (NAT) section is …. beyond confusing, and I think completely unnecessary.
To anyone from Sophos reading this, please, fix the UI. It’s broke, stupid and actively harms your user base. Unless the goal is to force administrators to pay for training on how to use the clusterfuck that is the new UI …. you’re completely failed here. COMPLETELY.