This is our world.
I used to be so proud of the world. I looked at it through innocent, naive eyes. Scientists, inventors, doctors, they all seemed to be so great a while ago. And then I realized, how corrupt everyone is. No number of accomplishments can ever cover that up. When are humans going to stop being so cruel to their very own counterparts, their same species? The world keeps growing and growing in population, but it’s on a path to self-destruction. There is not point to a world populated by those who only pick away at each other. There is no point to a malicious world. It is an innnate right to be treated well; as an equal; as a human.
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Capital M-E - Taking Back Sunday
The nicest man I ever met was more malicious than malcontent
Homie: ”You ever start texting your dude and in the middle you kind of just try to say some shit to see if he would react, but you do it in a way that it leaves it up in the air and makes it hard for the dude to answer cus he knows you’re mad, but you don’t want to fully give it away that you’re mad, so you add some other shit in it, but then get mad when the dude doesn’t respond fully cus he doesn’t know what to say to that…like why do girls be doing that…like that’s just malicious. I call that malicious texting.”
That special someone....
you know…. That special someone!
Where u just wish that they’d be the first to get eaten of killed during a zombie apocalypse.
Yeah, not everybody give you that special feeling….
I don’t know what it is about her, I hate her. I have no idea why, i think it’s the fact that she thinks shes the shit. And wears clothes that are like 3 sizes too small. Maybe thats why…..
(Mark): Moving Hostels, Internet will be spotty.
Computer nerd speak ahead….
Today we’re moving to another hostel. The people still don’t speak English, but they’re certainly friendlier. But unfortunately, there’s no wi-fi at our new location. Allow me to explain why.
For the purposes of this post, the hostel we were staying at will remain anonymous. Let’s call it “Hostel Insecurity”.
There was no wi-fi in our room, but there was in a common area. So I would take my laptop out and go there, and set up. The first day, I kept getting web browser redirects for no apparent reason. They would go to one of two particular URLs (which I can’t remember, but it doesn’t matter). Upon doing a little research, I discovered that a lot of people were yelling “VIRUS” but it wasn’t really a virus, or even malware. It wasn’t something on my computer, but instead someone had managed to hijack the hostels wireless router and put in a DNS server address that redirects people to the malicious websites.
“How could this happen?” I asked. I decided to investigate. In my web browser I entered the DEFAULT ip address for most routers (192.168.0.1) and I got to the router. This isn’t a problem, and anyone can get to a router, but that doesn’t mean they can easily get INTO the routers settings, unless the person who set it up had for some reason not created a password for the router.
Yeah. They never set up security for their router. I was able to get right in. That’s how the bad guys got in. Easy peasy.
I checked their DNS addresses. Sure enough, it wasn’t anything resembling a default one. I googled the DNS and it went somewhere in Russia. Problem discovered. So I did the only thing a good guy could do… No, I didn’t tell them. I can’t speak spanish. Also, what do I say? “I went into your internet router. No I’m totally not a hacker. Why are you calling the police?”
No, I fixed their problem by changing the DNS to Google’s public DNS (which I use and highly recommend. Just google “google public DNS”).
It stopped the redirects, and made their wireless about ten times faster.
Unfortunately, since I can’t really communicate to them “please make a router password”, and even if I could, I don’t really want to try to respond to the question “How do you know it doesn’t have one?” I decided it would be best for me to go to another hostel. I don’t want to use one with such a massive Internet security hole.
That’s my computer adventure for the week. Wasn’t that fascinating?
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