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  1. Tech 425

    Post your internet connection speed

    Dang I'm sorry and you would think y'all folks down on Earth would all have very fast Internet Here on Pluto the only problem is Uranus trying to mess everything with us on Pluto
  2. Tech 425

    Hi mates :)

    Hello alertosus, Welcome to CyberPhoenix I hope you enjoy your stay and come back often Please follow CyberPhoenix Rules and if you don't see something you want then use Search We also have a Request Section if you can't find something you want Become a CyberPhoenix VIP for Premium Accounts and alot more Administrator
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    Hi,All

    Hello Orangemoon, Welcome to CyberPhoenix I hope you enjoy your stay and come back often Please follow CyberPhoenix Rules and if you don't see something you want then use Search We also have a Request Section if you can't find something you want Become a CyberPhoenix VIP for Premium Accounts and alot more Administrator
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    Hello people

    Hello EyesOnly, Welcome to CyberPhoenix I hope you enjoy your stay and come back often Please follow CyberPhoenix Rules and if you don't see something you want then use Search We also have a Request Section if you can't find something you want Become a CyberPhoenix VIP for Premium Accounts and alot more Administrator
  5. Tech 425

    LaunchBox Premium for Windows v10.10

    All I could find is 7.15 :(
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    The Big Bang Theory S01-12 [completed]

    Here you go http://www.cyberphoenix.org/forum/topic/783184-cp-upload-the-big-bang-theory-season-1-12-720p/
  7. 5 Router Settings to keep Hackers off your Cameras, Smart Speakers and Network Most of us don’t give a second thought to the router that manages our home internet. We assume it’s working fine, just like the day we installed it – which is why hackers can break into your network and wreak havoc without you even realizing it. Remember, every device in your network as at stake. Now that you know why you need to pay attention to your router, let's get started. 1. Regular or Automatic Updates When a router gets an update, you probably won't know about it. Newer routers can download them automatically and nearly every router has options to update the firmware manually; so if it’s not an automatic process, you’ll need to check for them every three months. To get to your router admin page, you’ll need the IP address used by your router and the admin password. These may be written on the user guide for your brand of router, but if you don’t have this information, there are sites that can help you find them. Tap or click here for a list of default passwords for 548 router brands. Once you’ve opened your router’s admin page, find a section called “Advanced” or “Management” to look for firmware updates. Download any updates. If there is an option in your router’s settings that enables automatic updates, turn it on. 2. Stronger Encryption Most routers include encryption by default. If you’re required to enter a password to connect, you already have it set up. But don't move on just yet – there are different types of Wi-Fi encryptions, and some are much weaker than others. . Don’t forget, many routers ship with options for outdated encryption settings. The most popular Wi-Fi security right now is Wi-Fi Protected Access 3 (WPA3) encryption. This standard is over a decade old, but if you’re shopping for a new router, be sure it supports WPA3. This is still the latest wireless standard available. Tap or click here to learn more about the benefits of WPA3. To check your encryption settings, go to the router’s admin menu. You should be able to find encryption under the “Wireless” or “Security” menu. If you still have an older router, select one that starts with “WPA2.” If your router is not WPA3 compatible, “WPA2-PSK AES” is the next most secure option. If you have older gadgets on your Wi-Fi network, you might have to select “WPA2-PSK AES + WPA-PSK TKIP” to get them working. This hybrid setting keeps the benefits of WPA2 while leaving compatibility for older, less secure devices. If your main network is securely encrypted, they’ll be safe to use. Most importantly, never choose “Open,” which means no security at all. The same goes for WEP, which is a highly outdated standard that’s easily hacked. 3. A built-in Firewall One of the best security tools built into your router is the firewall. Nearly every router from the last decade includes one in some form or another. Not every router labels its firewall the same. You usually find this feature under your router’s advanced settings like “NAT filtering,” “port forwarding,” “port filtering” or “services blocking.” These settings let you tweak your network’s incoming and outgoing data ports and protect them from outsiders. But be extremely careful with these settings; your default firewall is usually enough, and misconfiguring your ports can knock you off the web or make it easier for hackers to break in. If you do make a mistake in this area, call your internet provider. A trained technician will know the optimal port settings for your service. 4. Optimized Quad9 DNS settings Check out the Quad9 Domain Name System service, maintained by cybersecurity advocates at IBM and The Global Cyber Alliance. Once set as your DNS service, every time you click on a web link, Quad9 will check the site against IBM X-Force's threat intelligence database of over 40 billion analyzed webpages and images. 5. No Remote Access Have you ever had a technician take over your computer while you were on the phone? If so, you’re already familiar with “remote administration,” which is commonly used in tech support. When it comes to your router, you’re better off disabling these settings altogether. You can usually find this in your router settings under the “Remote Administration” heading. BONUS TIP: Fix your crappy Wi-Fi There are plenty of reasons your Wi-Fi keeps slowing down (and at the worst times, too, it seems). It could be signal congestion, physical location, firmware issues, hardware limitations, or maybe your space is just too big for your router coverage.
  8. Tech 425

    Motivational posters

    Kendall Jenner shows off her Bottom
  9. Tech 425

    Motivational posters

    Ok I'm Getting Motivated
  10. Tech 425

    The Big Bang Theory S01-12 [completed]

    I'm getting them, But it will take a few and I'm only getting the 720p version as 1080p is way to much to get quickly I will try to have these all today, Downloaded, Checked, uploaded and converted
  11. Tech 425

    KILLER UPDATES

    When my Samsung S8+ got a Major Update I would always to a reset as I backup all pictures, Music and Ext. anyways I did the same with my Note 10+ 5G when it got updated to Android 10 This way I know all is fresh - I also do the same to Windows 10 when a Major Update comes
  12. http://www.cyberphoenix.org/forum/topic/782359-cp-upload-billie-eilish-when-we-all-fall-asleep-where-do-we-go-japan-edition-2019/ http://www.cyberphoenix.org/forum/topic/782356-cp-upload-billie-eilish-when-we-all-fall-asleep-where-do-we-go-2019/ http://www.cyberphoenix.org/forum/topic/782352-cp-upload-billie-eilish-essentials-2018-320-kbps/
  13. Yea Firefox still has memory problems :( Like I said I like Opera as it's a little lighter I also use VPN Unlimited and they have a Great Deal on Lifetime VPN http://www.cyberphoenix.org/forum/topic/511082-vpn-unlimited-lifetime-subscription/ If you get this deal you can use there stand alone VPN app or like I do and use the Browser Extinction :)
  14. I'm on FireFox now and all seems to be working just like on my Opera browser Now I do use a bunch of security and a VPN
  15. Thank you and I Pinned this
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