Somebody plugged a 4-mbit card into a 16-mbit ring?
... turned off spanning tree protocol?
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"It is also critical to understand that this remote connection support model was never used, nor was it ever possible to be used, on any printer, as printers do not contain the required operating system or remote connection software necessary to enable a remote connection," the vendor tells Wyden.
"To be clear, ES&S never installed remote connection software on any printer it has ever delivered to a customer, nor has it ever been possible to do so- either before or after the creation of the EAC."
Now the device that manages, configures, and controls the printer....
Ok, yesterday trying to do some SSL certificate management.
The unamed SSL issuer sends me a link and a username/temp password for their portal
Go to the link, login with the username and temp password, get prompted for old/new/new password.
Type those in, get a 'your session has been terminated, login again'.
Try to login with username/new password. 'invalid'
Try again to login with username/new password. 'invalid'
Maybe I used different capitalization? 'account locked out for 15 minutes'
15 minutes later. Maybe the new password didn't take? username/oldpassword, 'you must change your password now'.
enter old/new/new password. 'your session has expired'
I'm not falling for it this time, login with username/old password.
'you must change your password now'.
enter _really quickly_ old/new/new password.
'you must now set up 3 security questions'
go through that, 'your session has expired'
login again with new password. 'you must now set up 3 security questions'
run through the 3 security questions as quickly as possible. 'you must now give a phone number for 2 factor authentication'
give it my cell number. 'please enter the recieved pin'
Type in the pin. 'your session has expired'
Some joker set the session timeout to about 30 seconds.
"ZTE made false statements to the US government when they were originally caught and put on the Entity List, made false statements during the reprieve it was given, and made false statements again during its probation," said US Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross.
Who do they think they are, banking executives?
"... leaked documents known as the Paradise Papers showed that Ross had failed to clearly disclose financial ties to Russian interests in his confirmation hearings."
"I moved to Slackware to avoid systemd."
I recently moved back to slackware. Ran slackware from ver. 3 (Now with ELF binaries!) to
around ver. 7, then jumped to Debian for aptitude. Returning to slackware feels like putting
on a pair of comfortably worn shoes.
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