Sex Bot what???

Sex Bot what???

I know some sims still use traffic bots but… this? A damn naked bot on a poseball? And someone actually pays for that? O.o

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What the fuck is going on with people on SL?

Yesterday I was organizing my inventory (well, I was trying at least…) and suddenly a chatgroup opened:

[2014/02/03 15:57:36] A random sl-domme: sluts
[2014/02/03 15:57:47] A Resident: yes

Yes it’s a naughty group and that happens a lot, it’s not really a problem. I even commented to that:

[2014/02/03 15:57:58]  Nightwish Sveiss: sluts everywhere!

And after a couple of minutes I got this nice IM:

[2014/02/03 16:00:08]  A random sl-domme slides her thick dick into your mouth “milk me. now”

What the fuck? Really. What. The. Fuck?

[2014/02/03 16:01:00] Nightwish Sveiss spits your cum on your face “you should ask a slut for that if you dont want to be spanked hard”
[2014/02/03 16:01:48] A random sl-domme: i said sluts
[2014/02/03 16:01:51] A random sl-domme: why did you fucking reply
[2014/02/03 16:01:56] A random sl-domme: i suggest you watch your fucking mouth
[2014/02/03 16:02:00] A random sl-domme: btw ima hacker
[2014/02/03 16:02:07] A random sl-domme: seriously, walk away whore
[2014/02/03 16:02:12] A random sl-domme: do not interupt another dom
[2014/02/03 16:02:13] A random sl-domme: ever
[2014/02/03 16:02:27] A random sl-domme: dumb bitch. you know the fucking rules
[2014/02/03 16:02:59] A random sl-domme: YOU REPLIED TO ME WHORE
[2014/02/03 16:03:02] A random sl-domme: i dont even fucking know you
[2014/02/03 16:03:06] A random sl-domme: other than you replied to my call for sluts
[2014/02/03 16:03:14] A random sl-domme: how fucking stupid are you? srsly just walk away
[2014/02/03 16:03:17] A random sl-domme: youve done enough damage

Did I answer her desperate call for sex? Where? How? Did I interrupt her? Please someone tell me! :O And why do I have the feeling she sent the same message to everyone in that group chat at the same time???

NOTE: I censored the names to protect the innocents and the idiots.

How to block RedZone’s (and Quickware Alt Detector) server(s) with a firewall on Linux.

Hello there!

A quick post, just my 2cents to help GreenZone’s friends!

Fart Admiral made a nice Windows program that blocks RedZone’s server(s) with just one click, it’s a simple trick but works like a charm! If you are a Windows user, please get it from her marketplace page (its free!).

NOTE: Nothing there now but since Redzone is gone, that shouldn’t be a problem!

I wanted to help, so at first I made a simple script which does the same thing. Then I decided it would have been better to explain how to use standard Linux tools to do that: it’s easy, it’s safer, you will learn new useful thing, and you won’t have to trust a system script handled to you by a complete stranger!

Instruction here are for Debian Linux, there is no difference if you use Ubuntu. Usually, user of other distros are skilled enough to know what to do and to fix differences for their OS. If you use another distro and don’t know what to do, feel free to contact me and I will help.

First thing, let’s install a Firewall, the program that protects your connection. My choice is Firestarter. Click the Debian main menu, then Accessories, Terminal. Now type the following command in the window that will open.

sudo apt-get install firestarter

Type your password when prompted, answer “Yes” if needed and wait a little while the program is downloaded and installed.

Done? Ok, now run it with the following line:

sudo firestarter

You will be asked a couple of questions but usually the default options are ok, change them if you need and click forward/save.

Once you have done that, you will see the main window of the program and we are ready to block the RZ server!

Click the “Policy” tab, select “Outbound traffic policy” in the Editing dropdown menu and check “Permissive by default, blacklist traffic”. Now, right click in the white space under “Deny connections to host” and select “Add rule” from the menu.  A new window will open. Enter these urls and click add after each one.

  • isellsl.ath.cx
  • isellsl.com
  • zfire.isellsl.com
  • girlsofthevip.com
  • hamlinpro.com
  • syscast.net
  • media.syscast.net
  • apache2-blow.port-au-prince.dreamhost.com
  • quickware.net
  • http://www.quickware.net
  • quickware.zapto.org
  • wh0.zapto.org
  • m.sparkgap.info
  • policedepartmentonsl.info
  • sparrowindustries.net

Go back to the “Status” tab, stop and restart the firewall with the big button. Done! If you try to open the RZ website in your web browser you will see an error, which means everything went fine: now your pc can’t connect to RZ until they change the server (but we can always add them again and again)!

Now you can safely enjoy your SecondLife with media turned on again, have fun!

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