Since my ISP charges a huge amount of money for giving me a static IP, I’m planning to switch to dynamic. But… my router is a Linksys 610N and even with the newest firmware it only has two options for DDNS-providers. One which seems offline or dead, and the other is dyndns.org which turned itself from a free service into a paid service with only limited options for free.
So there are plenty of DDNS-providers, but the firmware is not up to the job? It sure looks like it’s time to play around with some alternative firmware!
A few days ago the site was injected with some code that made redirects to some russian link farm or something.
To make sure it is now 100% clean, I decided to reinstall everything from scratch and import the old posts, etc.
There is still a lot of work to do. For example not all pictures in the posts are working.
It was a good time for a cleanup, and I learned a lot about how to discover backdoors in php, so it’s not all bad 🙂
Sometimes you just don’t need a beautiful wallpaper…
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(Apart from resizing, nothing at all has been photoshopped.)
Alright, its time to change to some sort of CMS. Check back later when I learn to manage this beast.