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About Besttechie

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  • Birthday 07/19/1989

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  1. That's awesome! I've donated myself. It's definitely needed and every little bit helps. B
  2. 206.53.60.70 (rubicon.wyldryde.org) is being blocked by Malwarebytes' IP Protection module. I cannot connect to that particular IRC server. B
  3. Thanks for checking guys. I think I found the problem and it should be fixed now. If you notice any more problems let me know. B
  4. As for why this is occurring I'm not too sure (and it doesn't appear to be a very wide spread problem). I don't see any issues on my end but I will continue to look and monitor the situation. B
  5. Problem is not shared hosting. I'm on a dedicated server - I haven't used a shared hosting company in years. It's definitely not a problem with the server being overloaded if that's what you were implying (see the specs below): Intel
  6. Ok. Well as long as you can access it now that's cool. I'm going to look into the issue. If it happens again, let me know. B
  7. You don't have to do that necessarily to use OpenDNS, you can do it on a per computer basis through the networking settings. Here are instructions on how to setup it up on a per computer basis on various operating systems: https://www.opendns.com/start/computer/ B
  8. Hey Beenthere, Do you use OpenDNS by chance? B
  9. Awesome! I think you'll be addicted by Friday. PS: let's get it 1,000 followers in a week! B
  10. Cor'e, This is truly unbelievable - you're making some pretty ridiculous statements here. Stop and think about what you're saying for a second. Let me address some of your concerns/issues you bring up. First, the Malwarebytes' original TLD was .biz (which stands for business by the way) which lost to a scrupulous hosting company many years back. Since then it has been regained by Malwarebytes, however, not before the move to .org was made. I'm not sure if you are familiar with SEO (Search Engine Optimization) but moving a domain to a new TLD can potentially be very costly if proper redire
  11. I'd also like to note that whatever the TLD suffix is whether it be .com, .net, .org, .us, .biz, .info, etc doesn't necessarily have to be used strictly for whatever the suffix may mean. The only case that really applies is for .gov, .mil and .edu. Nonetheless, Malwarebytes does indeed own the .com and .net both of which redirect to the .org. B
  12. He said, "I just sell the program, I have no idea what it does" B
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