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David H. Lipman

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  1. David H. Lipman's post in 247techies.com was marked as the answer   
    RE:  False Positive 247techies  - December '18
  2. David H. Lipman's post in Response 127.42.0.1 was marked as the answer   
    Please reference:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Localhost
    That is an IP address in the LoopBack range.  IP 127.0.0.1  is known as the TCP/IP v4 Diagnostic Responder.
    When one wants to block access to a web site, one can force resolution of a Domain Name to a LoopBack address.  This redirects packets from going out to the Internet and point right back at one's own PC.
    Such filtering can be done on a DNS Server, through an installed application or the etc/hosts file.
  3. David H. Lipman's post in Forum Editor Cache bug is back was marked as the answer   
    This bug appears to have been fixed via Forum 'ware update v4.3.2.
     
  4. David H. Lipman's post in Malicious webpage after logging in to Yahoo was marked as the answer   
    RE:  Microsoft FakeAlert
    I have submitted the FakeAlert on your behalf so this site can be blocked.
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