I am beginning to use other sites instead of you tube, as me its not going to make this the end of youtube (you tube) but i recommend you start to think that youtube has become far too censorious and wants to be tv.
That is not why i go there.
I am just a user, not a video producer but collaborating with google is not for me.
So you have heard of green washing – meet ipv6 washing – the zoo has partial ipv6 so the brown thing should say 6 but instead says 4. Ipv6 is not easy and a work in progress but at least the monkey house has some ipv6.
I laughed the more you know it gets cringeworthy fast and how dare you not use ipv6.
Since enabling ipv6 its been interesting to see who uses what as i wonder about. The mainstream media seem glued to ipv4, and sites like wordpress and amazon have not taken the plunge.
I guess journalists also dont care that ipv6 cannot get there fake news (my blog) natively.
Overall i have no problems unless the site has an configured ipv6 thing on but nobody is at home on ipv6.
Big firms (not amazon) seem to have it, webhosters are spotty with ipv6 so its not really here in a big way yet for the mainstream.
The zoo has ipv6 servers finally working but that is another days posting.
Could be a non issue from 2009 (it is 2019 now)
tls_ssl_options = NO_RENEGOTIATION
see (not here) I guess its less junk traffic while some wholesome person tests for ssl2 ciphers and openssl (my blog) issues.
Ive seen them so as i dont have ssl2 in the zoo its a pointless probe. It seems to do no harm.
The monkey house changed isp and expected some probing and i was surprised that this
greek, Russian user beat the chinese.
1424 GR , 126.96.36.199
They where logged and reported and really deserve an honourable mention here.
Since my geoip is out of date it also throws a lot of other users out of being correct.
1400 + attempts is impressive.
THE TEN COMMANDMENTS, Charlton Heston, 1956
The monkey house changed isp and google had a hissy fit that we did. My reasons have something to do with ipv6 and i am running out of options.
The move is best a topic for another day but a cache issue meant i wiped my browser data it did not work and then later did despite me not doing anything.
I was kind stuck by it – but google took much offence at this clearing of cookies and changing isp. Everybody seems upset that the monkey house moved but if you want the next great thing you got to move.
I guess those two things made us an new prospect and any data held by google is now deemed bad and not trustworthy to sell others.
Anyhow there are probably odd issues and that thing to configure since that changed but the assumption appears to be the ip address is something they base a lot of decisions off.
While my cache was not the end of the world to loose googles reaction to that was perhaps more revealing.
Computers are so anal at times
refused to talk to me: 550 PTR (z.x.w.uu.in-addr.arpa) rejected: Please use a non-generic PTR
spf likes just the ip so eventually i chased it down as an reverse dns ‘problem’.
tube recycle those 1’s and 0’s
Attempt 2 at this (my blog) was still a disaster but in my defence had routed ip, alas the lan bit of the router was still rtc1918 jailed.
So i have opted for a ubiquity (my blog) router and a modem (bridge [my blog]) cross your fingers. I know the router can do ipv6 and the modem has ipv6 things in theory.
Having got this nightmare to work browsing things i cannot route servers in ipv6, i can setup apache and see the site on the zoo’s internal lan but the isp decided to filter port 80 and others making there ipv6 fucking useless.
The zoo is migrating to a new isp and this makes ipv6 a horrid nightmare.
I am running out of isps and with the pervert pass * coming in soon its probably a good idea to switch or i will have to vpn most of the zoo but lets not get ahead of issues.
Social media is also awful for ipv6 implementer but then with faithful Hillary Clinton acolytes (my blog) in California censoring the web clearly ipv6 is best left to them.
*another reason to not vote conservative or labour
Bob Parsons who shot an elephant in Zimbabwe
Is Zimbabwe (my blog) and they are trying to send email after all the internet is kind of censored (my blog) there and occasionally turned off after all it keeps Graces gucci handbag collection (my blog) a mystery.
Even the wildlife lovers at godaddy have a history there.
Being last i always notice them*, so how did they do.
2 ZW , 188.8.131.52
2 ZW , 184.108.40.206
2 ZW , 220.127.116.11
554 5.7.1 Service unavailable; Client host [18.104.22.168] blocked using xbl.spamhaus.org;
554 5.7.1 Service unavailable; Client host [22.214.171.124] blocked using xbl.spamhaus.org;
554 5.7.1 Service unavailable; Client host [126.96.36.199] blocked using bl.spamcop.net; Blocked
Not too well. Well we all know what there trying to spam (my blog).
Try harder Robert & Grace.
I always look forward to email from zimbabwe and you should too.
social justice warrior
Firefox recently rejected an extension for political reasons not technical ones for discsenter. Then it decided to stop apps being loaded unless they approved it.
That is censorship
You may not like disscenter but why stop there – run an advert blocker, it could be next.. Does your dictionary have words sjw’s or npc’s do not like – they might be gone.
Memes might be troublesome to firefox clearly an open internet is not something firefox want.
So think about another browser and do not send data to mozilla via firefox and disable those browser upgrades.