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Sorry about the lack of service guys/gals – am still without broadband thanks to BT.
I did try ringing them – ended up in the runaround for ages – (press 7 if you aren’t tearing your hair out , 9 to return to main menu etc) – and I couldn’t access my BT account because my password was not recognised and they wouldn’t accept I was telling them the truth on the challenge questions because they obviously know where I was born and I don’t.
And let’s not mention their Help Account in Twitter.
Actually – let’s do exactly that – They sucked eggs. Not sure who was on the dashboard over there in Enniskillen, Northern Ireland – but they need their ears syringed, eyes checked and a good kick in the nuts in my opinion.
Having explained I had no access to the web – they sent me a link (7 times we did this dance) and despite repeated requests it appears that the UK Phone provider couldn’t arrange for someone to call me.
How sad is that ?
Am happy to say, I eventually made contact via my neighbours laptop with their online Chat Support and Martina was fantastic – she was helpful and nice and promised to pass my complaint about @btcare up the chain to her Managers (doubt it will have any effect – but it made me feel better after the BS and stupidity of their Twitter agent(s).
So the Server should be back up tomorrow – stay tuned ..,,,
Meanwhile I leave you with a snapshot of @btCare’s shenanigans .,,
I hope to post a link to the Public Hack-Box today, dependant on my phone line/Broadband being installed.
After 5 years in beautiful Salisbury, we have moved into the Countryside , to a beautiful little village with one shop, a pub, a river , woods and some lovely countryside walks that we intend to make good use of.
Farewell rat-race …..,
National Careers Week – 2014
Official Press Release – LifeSkills = National Careers Week 2014 3rd–7th March
National Careers Week is the biggest careers initiative in the UK.
Last year NCW reached over 1.5 million young people throughout the UK.
NCW2014 is being supported by a host of stakeholders from Barclays LifeSkills (main sponsor) through to Sky, NHS, ACCA, Virgin Media and O2.
This year we are also delighted to have the support of The National Careers Service, Charitable Trusts and Voluntary Organisations including Mosaic/BITC and YMCA.
NCW is a national campaign to an all age audience.
Throughout NCW the most impressive and inspirational FREE careers resources will be made available to share and download around the UK.
Through our partnerships, sponsors and ambassador networks, we ensure that the life chances of thousands of young people are improved.
Here is a chance for everyone to play their part – National Careers Week is the opportunity for many to focus on careers education, information, advice and guidance; NCW is a celebration of career pathways and an invaluable insight to the world of work for so many people.
More information is available from:
Thanks for visiting – your presence has been duly noted – and hello new ToR visitors – it’s great to see so many ….
Down due to relocation Back Soon ..,
My IP Address has changed – my hackable box can now be found here …
Hooking Spambots via Drupal node/add and redirection – The Plan.
I don’t allow content creation on some of the Drupal sites I administer. They are designed to allow users to register, complete a quiz, print a Certificate and log out.
But they do get hammers by comment/spam bots and I wish to find out more about these annoying visitors.
They always follow a routine which I hope to use against them. This involves the first page they visit when they get past my spam guards- it’s the ‘Node/add’ page.
Today I am going to redirect this page to my private server which is running a beef hook.
It should be interesting to see if I get any hits , I will update the blog with initial results this afternoon.
Stay tuned and get ‘hooked’
No change to the live Server address today – pop over and say hello
I currently run a server which I invite you to come and ‘hack’ – I do monitor it and hopefully we can interact ….
My IP Address changes regularly – so please do keep an eye on my twitter stream for the daily link (I will also post it here on the Blog). NOTE: The link is in bit.ly format – which allows me to track clicks and referring sites.
My main page contains the BeEF browser hook – so if you just want to test your browsers security settings then do drop by…
You can also try to connect via ssh …or any other method you wish ….