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2010-02-12

I've moved the webcam.


It's now on my personal space with my ISP.
http://users.beagle.com.au/jimhodge/
I should be able to keep it running as long as I like now. I've been using Beagle for a fair while now and find them a very good ISP so hopefully no great dramas are in store.

7 comments:

  1. It depends on how the virus was being injected into your previous webcam site. If the site was being hacked using a brute force password attack, you may be fine now. If the hackers were exploiting a security flaw in your camera firmware, moving to a different ISP is not going to help.

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  2. No sign of any trouble for a few months now so i'm fairly relaxed about it.
    It was adding a bit of bloat to the html files which I manually removed and it seems to have stayed away, but the bloat part was infectious.

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  3. Isn't it about time for your "monsoon" season to start? I remember looking at your webcam sometime last year and seeing the field across the road completely underwater.

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  4. Glad to see the webcam back... thought it was gone... Finally you have some resolution on the road drama.

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  5. I suppose we're about halfway through our monsoonal wet season, a little bit of flooding again would put on a good show but I don't want to see it like last year too often when it came up as high as me under the house.

    We're both rapt about the road avoiding us but I still fear politics may well move it yet. Socially we're very unimportant residents.

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  6. Screwtape_iii
    How's your twin brother Charles Manson doing these day's, up for parole again in a few year's isn't he...

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