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  1. I tried loading Malwarebytes Browser Guard with Zoe Alarm disabled It still did not work. I tried to run Malwarebytes Support Tool again and it is not loading up (At least so far ) I may just give up on Malwarebytes Browser Guard if it does not load
  2. I think I got it I dragged it over instead of clicking it mbst-grab-results.zip
  3. Is that the file ? I clicked the zip file and that Txt file came up mbst-check-results[1].txt
  4. I uninstalled it Then used CCleaner to clean out all the cookies And restarted the system Re installed it When you click it the pop up where you put in the email comes up I put in the email Click the button and it just sits there Then you try clicking it again and it wants the email again I have also enabled and disabled it several times - and it does the same thing - wants the email
  5. I disabled / re enabled several times and removed and reinstalled several times It stays at the put in your email popup
  6. It goes in my Chrome Browser Then it wants my email address, I put in the email address and it just sits there. I try to click the blue * Let's Go button - and nothing happens
  7. I have Windows Vista Does the Browser Guard work on that version of Chrome ? Also I have Ublock Origin and also Disconnect on my Chrome Browser Can I use all three of those together ?
  8. On my cable bill I just got they charged me for the Moca Filter $ 8.55
  9. All that took place because a Cable Installer took a shortcut and did not do what they were suppose to do at the very beginning. So because of that, I had to buy 3 WiFi routers to try to fix it (Which did not fix it) And I am doing a guess at almost 10 years of issues that may or may not be related to that (Random static on TVs , Ghost recordings on TIVO - the Tech said you see things on TIVO that you did not record and you cant delete them because they are not on your TIVO, they are on the neighbors TIVO - My Wife said that yes there are a few things on our TIVO that she cant delete - after the fix , now those things are no longer there ) Like I said, it would not surprise me if they did the very same thing to good many (If not almost all) of thier customers - just because they did not install that tiny moca filter as just to much trouble and a good way to short change customers
  10. Hooray ! While was mapping my system out, Suddenlink knocked on the door The main person and a Tech came over and started figguring out what is going on They put a MoCa Filter on and everything works right now ! It WAS the Moca Filter - My TIVO Moca system and the Neighbors were crosstalking like a CB Radio You have to have a Moca Filter When they Instal TIVO they are suppose to also put in a MoCa Filter and they did not. It would not surprise me if I am the only person in town with a MOCa Filter or at least one of the very FEW TIVO owners to have one here. Anyway it is fixed now
  11. That was frustrating I went over there and they keep saying its my computer/Wifi over and over Its not the Moca Filter that Moca Filter would not cause that So they call the Tech that came over and who said (* I never seen anything like that ! ( When he was here) and asked him if there was a Moca Filter on my system He said * Yes, behind the Modem ! I took photos of every connection behind the modem First it says on it * Two way digital splitter Next one says Regal 2 Way Digital Splitter Next one says Reagal 3 way spliter I look online at what a Moca Filterr looks like - There is noting like that hooked anywhere on the wires And the Tech said it was just behind the modem - just behind the modem is a wire hooked to the modem that goes to a two way digital splitter that goes outside to another two way splitter then to a 3 way and then out to the pole Nope No Moca Filter They did not want to instal it because they said it was not needed and I already have one - because the tech said I did - even if it was needed I took Photos of all that and they refused to look at them. They said I can schedule another appointment to send another Tech out (They set it for ether the first part of the day or the second) I have to be here (Of course the times I am here they cant come) so it may be until the last week of the month before I have a open day (Hopefully sooner) They keep wanting me to hire someone to look at my computer / WiFi which the computer person would have to come to my house so they would want more dollars $$$ As Suddenlink keeps insisting its my WiFi its my Computer thats the problem that it could not possibly be the Moca Filter I am somewhat doubtful they would replace the fee to the computer guy if it is thier stuff that is the problem
  12. I found a Moca Fourm Someone said this: (Quote) Unless you enter a security code into your TiVo, MoCA has no security at all. Say that again. NO SECURITY AT ALL EXCEPT PHYSICAL SECURITY.If you buy a TiVo MoCA Bridge, you cannot enter a security code into the bridge. So if you have a Bolt, for example, with a security code entered, the Bolt can't communicate with the Bridge. To use the bridge, you must remove the security code from the Bolt. Same with Roamio, Mini etc.If you have FIOS, that's no problem, because your COAX network is completely isolated from the fiber by the FIOS modem.However if you have a COAX cable network, like Comcast for example, the same COAX in your house runs out to the junction box in your neighborhood, where all the COAX for all your neighbors is connected together. IF YOU TAKE NO PRECAUTIONS, all your neighbors can access your internal network, just like they were plugged into your Ethernet.If you have a TV antenna, the MoCA signal is fed to the antenna, where it is broadcast to the world. The signal is not very strong, and it won't go very far, but it will be sent over the airwaves, much like WiFi, but w/o a password. It's not easy to do, but a determined hacker could put up an antenna nearby and access anything on your home network.YOU PROTECT YOUR NETWORK by placing a MoCA Filter between your internal network and the outside world. TiVo probably has the best MoCA filter available for doing this. It blocks the MoCA signal going both in and out of your home w/o significantly reducing TV and Internet signals you receive from the cable company or or the TV signal you receive through your antenna. The TiVo filter drops the MoCA power by 70 Db. That reduces the level of the MoCA signal by a factor of 3000. It might not stop the NSA, but it will stop any neighborhood hacker. Other popular filters reduce the signal by a factor of about 100, which is probably good enough. But if you are paranoid—a good thing when it comes to Internet security—consider the TiVo adapter which is 30 times better and costs a few dollars more.If have you have Cable TV, delivered through a COAX cable, ALWAYS, ALWAYS, ALWAYS install a MoCA filter between your internal home network and the outside COAX network. If you use a TV antenna, it's less important, but you should probably put a MoCA adapter between your home network and your antenna as well. (End Quote) I need a Moca Filter , I did a search on Google it says that 10.00 device protects your security from hackers https://www.chicagotribune.com/business/blue-sky/ct-bsi-moca-filter-security-20170822-story.html I will go over to Suddenlink today and talk to them again
  13. As a side note: On my previous Netgear WiFi Router (That when Steves Fire TV Stick showed up in my Network) that I took out I would look in it on my Computer and I could see it say * DOS Attack over and over and so on - where you see what is going on. And why I got that router - One day a message poped up on my computer asking if I wanted to share my files with my XBox ? I dont have a XBox ! So I looked in my Network on my computer and it showed a Xbox So I freaked out and went and bought a new Netgear Router and the Xbox vanished from my Network That's when I looked in that Netgear Router from my Computer and it said * DOS Attack over and over etc That seemed to have solved the issue (Maybe it was just a bandaid - or a blindfold ) Now when I use the Link to sign into my AX 1500 router it says: Trying to configure the Router ? It looks like you aren't connected to your TP-Link Network To access tplinkwifi.net, your device must be connected to TP-Link Router's Network. Please check your network connection and try again Then when I use the AX 1500 IP Address to sign in instead of going to the AX 1500 instead it goes to Arris Router which shows up in my network yet is not inside my house. (There is a WiFi broadcast from the neighborhood inside my house from that Arris Router) So, I am wondering about the Netgear MOCA Adaptor MCA 1000 v2 which online it says connects all the devices in your house on your private network. I did search online and the Netgear MOCA Adaptor MCA 1001(Which is different(Older versionI am guessing) than Netgear MOCA Adaptor MCA 1000 v2 Anyway Netgear MOCA Adaptor 1001 Documentation says you need to set up password etc or someone can get on your Network It also has: • To enhance your MoCA network security. If the Coax-Ethernet Adapters shown in the MoCA Devices menu (see “Viewing Statistics” on page 3-8) include a device which is not intended to be part of your MoCA network, it means some other user has connected to the network. You can either change the encryption key (see “Setting Up Security” on page 3-10), or change the channel frequency as described in this section to resolve the issue. However, changing the channel frequency may slow the speed of your network because multiple MoCA networks share the bandwidth on a given channel (End Quote) I think that Netgear MOCA Adaptor MCA 1000 v2 is a WiFi device , so it could be where the connection is coming from. I dont think it is coming from my AX 1500 WI Fi router because it started before I got that. The only 2 places it could be coming from one is my hard line where the internet comes into my house The 2nd might be that Netgear MOCA Adaptor MCA 1000 v2 since I think it sends and receives WiFi (I am not 100 percent on that it is WiFi but it is something)
  14. There is a device called Netgear MOCA Adaptor MCA 1000 v2 with 3 green lights on it that Suddenlink Techs put in (I don't know when) It is over by the Arris Modem/Phone and My AX1500 WiFi Router Internet search says: its ideal for connecting multiple devices in a home network I am wondering if that could be part of the issue ?
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