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Instant Hacker!

This last weekend, I went to a new customer location and began programming a router to automatically move traffic over to Bullitt when their legacy provider failed. I was plugged in with my laptop programming the local area network configuration, I fired up the Bullitt port and was beginning on working on the port for…
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Vivaldi and Firefox, and; PRIVACY MATTERS!

I have been playing with Firefox and Vivaldi as private browsers recently and am very happy with Vivaldi.  While Firefox has been around for a long time and I have used it frequently, it has a tendency to become slow and unresponsive.  Vivaldi works on Windows and Linux machines but not on Android.  Firefox works…
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The call that I received last weekend: I had a pleasant call from a gentlemen last weekend who asked if our company supported ROBO calls. I said, "No" and asked why. He indicated that he was ROBO called from one of our numbers. The offending ROBO spoofed one of our numbers to call this very…
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This week congress has approved a bill to eliminate privacy rules. They felt that it allowed for different rules for Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and websites. The Federal Trade Commission regulates privacy on websites, but it cannot regulate privacy on ISPs at this time. Bullitt Communications will never sell your browsing information. The only tracking…
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