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Fri Mar 11 22:28:47 UTC 2016  <assbot>   Amazon.com: Ubiquiti Airrouter Ar. Hp Ieee 802.11N Ethernet Wireless Router . 2.40 Ghz Ism Band . 1 X Antenna1 X External) . 656.2 Ft Indoor Range . 150 Mbps Wireless Speed . 4 X Network Port . 1 X Broadband Port . Usb . Fast Ethernet . No Desktop "Product Type: Wireless Devices/Wireless Routers": C ... ( http://bit.ly/21ndYcf )

Fri Mar 11 22:28:45 UTC 2016  <shinohai>   this is like 0.25 from china http://www.amazon.com/Ubiquiti-Airrouter-Ethernet-Wireless-Broadband/dp/B00V5EJS0I

Fri Mar 11 22:19:09 UTC 2016  <BingoBoingo>   "airrouter" in one of the unfortunate ubiquiti things that does not quite have the run whatever you want ability possessed by "edgerouter lite" but for toy purposes It is hard to beat the range it offers for anything close to its price.

Thu Aug 27 01:52:03 UTC 2015  <asciilifeform>   reminds me of my crackpot hypothesis that the 47 megabux '419sp4mz0red away' by ubiquiti corp. is actually a secret fine levied by nsa star chamber

Sun Aug 16 04:19:09 UTC 2015  <asciilifeform>   'What you can infer here (since Ubiquiti won?t comment) is that the scammers spoofed an employee communication from a fake email account, instructing an employee to wire funds to a ?vendor.? In its laziest form, it?s an attack that anyone could mount with an Internet connection and about 5 minutes ? the B2B version of the old ?Nigerian prince? email fraud, except the prince purports to be your boss.'

Sun Aug 16 04:14:53 UTC 2015  <asciilifeform>   http://money.cnn.com/2015/08/10/technology/ubiquiti-hacked

Sun Aug 16 04:13:22 UTC 2015  <asciilifeform>   !s ubiquiti

Sun Aug 16 04:13:22 UTC 2015  <assbot>   21 results for 'ubiquiti' : http://s.b-a.link/?q=ubiquiti

Sun Aug 16 04:13:09 UTC 2015  <asciilifeform>   http://krebsonsecurity.com/2015/08/tech-firm-ubiquiti-suffers-46m-cyberheist << awwww poor buggerz

Wed May 20 19:32:18 UTC 2015  <ascii_field>   in other nyooz, https://www.incapsula.com/blog/ddos-botnet-soho-router.html << yes, same ubiquiti that made 'edgerouter'

Fri May 01 15:21:40 UTC 2015  <assbot>   FreeBSD 10.x on Ubiquiti EdgeRouter Lite ... ( http://bit.ly/1IvDDt4 )

Wed Apr 08 03:37:25 UTC 2015  <decimation>   asciilifeform: reading more about the ubiquiti thing, it's not obvious to me that replacing with freebsd would do anything

Tue Apr 07 15:07:09 UTC 2015  <assbot>   Logged on 07-04-2015 02:43:33; asciilifeform: mircea_popescu: the ubiquiti example dovetails nicely with the thread re: unemployed reversers. if persians happily buy turdware, they either haven't many, or haven't any competent ones, or they are all occupied with something else (what ?)

Tue Apr 07 04:11:05 UTC 2015  <assbot>   Ubiquiti EdgeRouter Lite ERLite-3 – Internal USB Storage Failure | hilo90mhz ... ( http://bit.ly/1GGhG9q )

Tue Apr 07 04:11:03 UTC 2015  <asciilifeform>   http://hilo90mhz.com/ubiquiti-edgerouter-lite-erlite-3-internal-usb-storage-fail << phison !!!

Tue Apr 07 04:07:50 UTC 2015  <assbot>   Lost password? - Ubiquiti Networks Community ... ( http://bit.ly/1GGgS4k )

Tue Apr 07 03:44:47 UTC 2015  <assbot>   Logged on 07-04-2015 01:27:30; BingoBoingo: http://libertybsd.net/ubiquiti/ << Incredilol

Tue Apr 07 03:11:08 UTC 2015  <asciilifeform>   i think i can see why ubiquiti was picked for this particular role in the usg shitgnome muppet theatre

Tue Apr 07 02:43:33 UTC 2015  <asciilifeform>   mircea_popescu: the ubiquiti example dovetails nicely with the thread re: unemployed reversers. if persians happily buy turdware, they either haven't many, or haven't any competent ones, or they are all occupied with something else (what ?)

Tue Apr 07 02:35:26 UTC 2015  <asciilifeform>   'From my conversations with Ubiquiti, I have found that they claimed that it's alright to refuse to provide source code to GPL-licensed software if "This decision was taken with the security of the users in mind". Furthermore, my conversations were endlessly delayed by the supposed necessity to forward my query to another, unnamed, team.' << now we can probably say what.

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