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IS THERE A WAY TO ACESS PART OF THE SENSORS BEFORE THE BODY CALLS IT?

I Need Help…
I’m in a boneyard, and there’s a wreck. The wreck is 11 miles outside of town, but it’s unroadable. I’m pretty sure this wreck is from a 727. I’m looking at three fuel tanks. What size do you guys think the first tank is? The second tank is a little bigger, but I have no idea what the third tank is. The third tank looks a little small for this plane, and the other two are both too close together to tell the size from the top down. The fuel gauge on the main fuse box is broken, and the burners aren’t lit. Any ideas?

Go get a camera and take pictures. It’s way easier than it looks. if you’ve got pictures, you’re on your way.

I recommend looking at the 5 gallon tanks on this forum. I have a couple of pictures that show similar sized 5 gallon tanks. The largest tank on this forum is between 8-9 gallons.

If you can’t get pictures, start asking questions on your forum and someone else will post a picture. Usually these questions never go unanswered.

Regards,

TJ

Originally posted by Frank[B]

Go get a camera and take pictures. It’s way easier than it looks. if you’ve got pictures, you’re on your way.

I recommend looking at the 5 gallon tanks on this forum. I have a couple of pictures that show similar sized 5 gallon tanks. The largest tank on this forum is between 8-9 gallons.

If you can’t get pictures, start asking questions on your forum and someone else will post a picture. Usually these questions never go unanswered.

Regards,

TJ

Take a picture of the area. I’m sure the wreck has documentation but you don’t have to take a photo of it. Just take a picture that shows your area and what is there.

The front inlet tube is back about 45 degrees and the fuel gauge is on the tower.

You’ll find several 727s in the boneyard depending on what happened to them. Some were never found. Some were hit
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In your code, you probably have HTTP requests to some publicly available files which are not on your servers.
HTTPS requests to “known” IP addresses are blocked because the traffic is considered “malicious” and the exit node (ie. the customer) can’t be trusted. You’ll have to confirm this, for your customers’ code and their code, by looking at the traffic.
Some of the IP addresses used for this could be the IP addresses used by your customers, so if you don’t want to loose your customers, you’ll have to check the traffic for possible attack traffic.
Since you’re an educational server, and not really a very big server I guess most traffic is allowed in my opinion. However, this could mean that you’re not the target for this particular attack, but rather someone is using your server as the entry point into an attack.
On the traffic you’re allowed to see, you’ll see for example this in some of the TCP streams:
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The target is trying to fetch the favicon.ico from your website. The reason the servers at your institution block these connections is most likely because these requests are considered dangerous and should not reach your server (Maybe they need to block other similar requests, like POST requests to the dev/dynos of your own server). The reason you get the HTTP/1.1 response is probably because you serve a HTTP page.
Maybe the third party’s server has an issue and is thinking that it’s getting a valid request, but the client is sending malicious traffic.
If the HTTP traffic to a certain IP address is blocked, you can never be 100% sure that the client’s IP address is malicious.
So to reduce the risk as much as possible, you should block connections to known attack IP addresses, and block the TCP streams.
You could use Squid as a proxy, it allows you to add white-listing using iptables. This is quite simple to set up, but it’s also not very secure. I strongly advise you to use fail2ban or a similar server-side firewall. They are designed to work with iptables or netfilter for this purpose.
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It took me many years to come to terms with the truth of what happened. I saw my daughter’s birth as a close call, where I nearly died. It took years of therapy to heal from that experience, and when I finally had to leave my beloved husband, it took a long time to reconcile with my family and to heal from the loss of my marriage. I suspect that I’ll never recover my health.

After my divorce, my husband moved out of state. I couldn’t reach him when I needed support, so I returned to a therapist and picked up our sessions all over again. In the new place, everything was calmer, and I had more energy to work on myself. I thought the therapy was over, but then it started. Then I stopped going to therapy for a time. I went to a good psychologist, who helped me to deal with my recurrent breast cancer.

The breast cancer episodes seemed to have healed me. My oncologist had said that I was one of the three percent of breast cancer survivors who suffered no treatment-related recurrence. My counselor said the stress of the breast cancer episodes was the reason for my divorce, but I knew it was more. I had become cold and distant. I had no idea what was going on with me, but I thought it was about depression. Every time I was sad, I cried. And I felt foggy in the head.

Then I ended up losing my job, moving back to my husband’s house, and losing my health again. I thought it was stress, but now it had changed. I was tired all the time, and I was unable to sleep. I talked to another psychotherapist, and he said I had anxiety. I knew that I was eating too much chocolate and meat.

Finally, I admitted that there