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    Quote Originally Posted by jtg452 View Post
    In some parts of the world, a dead goat is the beginnings of a party.
    ......or a traffic jam.
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    Based on the OP, I would have to say incredibly stupid IT dept, IT security and network teams even more so. If they can get into the aqua controller, and it's on a common subnet then they didn't isolate a vulnerable portion of their network. That means the hackers could have had access to the entire casino and potentially casino's holding company's intranet. Casino's should have at least level 4-4.4 security on their network. Stupid may not be a strong enough word here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mingaa View Post
    I’m sure there is a way to route the remote devices I/O through a firewall. Do I know how to do that?! No.

    Bet IT at the casino does REAL soon though - or else!!!
    But then, it would no longer be a firewall. Eh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kschilk View Post
    ......or a traffic jam.
    Or a blood feud.

    Then again, didn't the Hatfield and McCoy thing start over a hog?
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    Yep! Motorcycles will get you in trouble every time.
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    The clownfish are saying the yellow tangs were responsible for the thermostat security.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostHorse View Post
    The clownfish are saying the yellow tangs were responsible for the thermostat security.
    No. Tangs should never be in charge of security, they're too fascinated with bubbles if yellow or the regals can't even remember their names. leave security up to the Gobis. they got that on lockdown.
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    I don't entirely comprehend what y'all are saying (I'm looking at you, Peacemakr40, but I am quite impressed). But, that's alright. The older I gets, the more stuffs I realize I don't know. What I'm taking away from all this is that I'm going to hold onto my 22 year-old Chevy pickup for the rest of my life.

    Well that, and I'll never get an aquarium. That's a given, now. I'll just move to a place where the fish are in a stream in the back yard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrucksNCoffee View Post
    I don't entirely comprehend what y'all are saying (I'm looking at you, Peacemakr40, but I am quite impressed). But, that's alright. The older I gets, the more stuffs I realize I don't know. What I'm taking away from all this is that I'm going to hold onto my 22 year-old Chevy pickup for the rest of my life.

    Well that, and I'll never get an aquarium. That's a given, now. I'll just move to a place where the fish are in a stream in the back yard.
    The reference to the tangs (yellow [BUBBLES] seen in the pic and regal [Think Dori]) are from Finding Nemo. Gobi's are the fish that dig burrows in the sand or other substrate and are known to be observant and protective. I've had all of them at one point or another in my reef tanks.
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    Oh sheesh, he's into the reefs.
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