[SunHELP] Is this supposed to be happening?
bjrichus at yahoo.com
Wed Jan 2 10:03:47 CST 2013
"Knowing these people it's almost a sure thing. Seven years of high school
down the drain..."
(At least that id what the Interwebs tell
me about Zoho...)
"microcode at zoho.com" <microcode at zoho.com>
>To: sunhelp at sunhelp.org
Wednesday, January 2, 2013 9:06 AM
>Subject: Re: [SunHELP] Is this supposed to
>On Wed, Jan 02, 2013 at 06:28:16AM -0800, Brian Richman
>> You are right... that is one of the old so called "reserved" IPV4
>> ranges that are supposed to be for "local" use on the client side
of a WAN/LAN
>> I would be worried because if someone manages to
hack any of their
>> machines (if they expose 192.168 to your LAN then I bet
they have a few
>> accounts somewhere with default or easy to crack passwords
>Good point. Knowing these people it's almost a sure thing. Seven years of
>high school down the drain...
>> so making a hack easy), then its a step
closer to YOUR local/private
>> LAN. I'd make sure my firewall is enabled and
check the logs frequently...
>Crap, I didn't think of that. I need to learn
A LOT more about the net. I
>have pretty limited needs and I haven't had the
time or patience or whatever
>it takes to understand the issues. Eventually
I'd like to set up a real
>network instead of what I have slapped together
using the DSL router I
>received when I signed up for this "service".
will have to stay away from the other networks until I learn more or can
least ask intelligent questions about setting up a serious firewall. I
the one in the router should be good in theory but like you pointed
they let expose their private network on my LAN that is a threat that
need to be dealt with.
>> Bad ISP....
>This is so typical of the idiots
around here. They just do exactly whatever
>it takes to make something work,
sortof, and no more than that. The other 2
>or 3 in the country are not likely
to be any different so switching because
>of this isn't an option.
for your post. I feel worse now but knowing the truth is better in
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