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Hi stephen, are you still around? It’s really cool that this site is still up, but it looks as if it’s breaking more and more on the edges (no pun intended). I’ve no idea if more people would visit and play how to instantly get rid of acne scars if the bugs were ironed out (ouch). Of course half the current browsers are detected as mozilla how to instantly get rid of acne scars and the other half as chrome, so it’s not too attractive for "browser warriors" any more. Otter than that (ok that’s it now…) I hope you’re fine and thanks for a looong time with this how to instantly get rid of acne scars great game.

Well, I’m still here. To be honest, I’d assumed that once I shut down the muon1 project how to instantly get rid of acne scars indefinitely, nobody would hang around my site any more. It’s kind of a pleasant surprise to see some people how to instantly get rid of acne scars still here! Maybe I’ll have some time to update the browserwars icons this how to instantly get rid of acne scars weekend. A few months back they also migrated the whole site how to instantly get rid of acne scars to a newer version of PHP, which broke certain things, but they are usually easily sorted out. I got rid of the most obvious errors but I how to instantly get rid of acne scars still see some on this forum for example. BTW, I post a lot on twitter. I retweet pictures of ducks mainly.

I still run muon1 occasionally, for entertainment. Though, my version 4.47dev is probably way outdated now. Pity we didn’t get to version 5, with the really cool stuff. Another thing, the site has ipv6 now. This will probably fudge with the IP detection stuff. Makes no sense to detect the whole ipv6 address, the first half (64bit prefix) is enough. ISPs assign whole ipv6 prefixes of 64bit or lower, so the user can choose at least the other half how to instantly get rid of acne scars of the address freely.

It’s a compromise at the moment: the forum is HTTPS. Muon1 has to stay HTTP because that’s all the client can communicate with. The RSS feed? It seems fine via HTTPS, although I might not have given it the right "content type" in the server config. What problem are you having with it?

When I subscribe to the feed (forum, all topics), the entries still lead to the HTTP urls. It tries to redirect, but my browser is set so I have to confirm how to instantly get rid of acne scars every redirection. Well, yes, muon1 (our old clients, at least) does not support TLS. Not over HTTP, and the windows ftp.Exe does, neither (it never evolved in any way). That also prevents using stuff like HSTS on the site. Do people still send in results? Does it still make sense? From what I’ve seen on muon1 twitter, we are way behind, now. [edited by zerberus at 2019-04-30 04:22:06]

–[another thing, the site has ipv6 now. This will probably fudge with the IP detection stuff. Makes no sense to detect the whole ipv6 address, the first half (64bit prefix) is enough. ISPs assign whole ipv6 prefixes of 64bit or lower, so the user can choose at least the other half how to instantly get rid of acne scars of the address freely.]– I noticed board 7 had chrome lines of 4 but how to instantly get rid of acne scars didn’t register a win. It appeared to log a lot of chrome v6 ips how to instantly get rid of acne scars with the first 64 bits the same and the lower how to instantly get rid of acne scars 64 bits different. I don’t remember how I did IP detection and whether this how to instantly get rid of acne scars causes a problem, though. I thought a win for chrome should be a win how to instantly get rid of acne scars even if "different" people did it…

What I meant by "IP detection stuff" is the anti-cheat where one user should not be able to play how to instantly get rid of acne scars as multiple identities even if switching user agents. If a chrome wins, it should not matter whose chrome it was. It’s "browser wars", not "user wars". IPv6 is a bit more complicated. A device supporting ipv6 can get its ipv6 addresses (yes, having multiple is common, now) in several ways – e. G. By dhcpv6 or router assignment. In any case, the ISP usually assigns at least a whole 64bit prefix. Or, more specifically, an ipv6 address has 128bits (8 blocks of 16bits each). The first 64bits (or first 4 blocks) are the interface part, assigned by the ISP or router. ISPs can decide to assign less static bits to the how to instantly get rid of acne scars users, meaning bigger regions of address space. Example: getting a /64 prefix assigned means you can run only one network how to instantly get rid of acne scars segment, like 2001:bf8:0:1::/64. I can get up to a /56 prefix from my ISP, allowing me to run 256 subnet segments freely (2001:bf8:0:0::/64 – 2001:bf8:0:ff::/64). The other 64bits are essentially free to choose. The device can even assign it by itself (stateless autoconfiguration). Originally, that part of the ipv6 was derived from the MAC how to instantly get rid of acne scars address of the device, however, nobody likes exposing the hwaddress of the devices to the how to instantly get rid of acne scars net. Currently, ipv6 with privacy extensions uses random identifiers and temporary addresses how to instantly get rid of acne scars to mitigate the issue. What you, as website owner, will see from us ipv6 users is a temporarily generated how to instantly get rid of acne scars ipv6 address, with the ISP-assigned prefix as the first half and a randomly selected how to instantly get rid of acne scars second half (which usually changes at shutdown/reboot and every 24 hours, by default). That’s why I wrote to ignore the second half and how to instantly get rid of acne scars just flag by the first, ISP-assigned one. That one does not change too often. Tl;dr: yes, the lower 64bits are randomly generated if "privacy extensions" are enabled. And they almost always are.

That’s probably another issue and has to do with the how to instantly get rid of acne scars system accepting negative board numbers. As proof, take any board that hasn’t completed, forge the URL so the board number is the same, but negative, like changing 8 for -8. Surprise, there is an underground game scene where everything is upside-down! Make a move there and you will likely f*ck up the normal board, too. [edited by zerberus at 2019-05-16 19:38:02]

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