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About Mongo

Major PITA most of the time. LOL Work often on this website improving and updating items for my Mrs. Yepper Angel be my Mrs. Lucky sucker I am ! 😀

About Cookies

cookies

Real deal about the Cookie What is a Cookie? A cookie is a text file. That’s all. Webmaster’s use cookies for a variety of reasons. If you go to a website that allows you to customize a page so that it looks the same every time you visit it, the webmaster will store these pieces of information in a Cookie.   There are many ways a cookie can be used, from simply seeing what pages you visit to allowing you to use an … Read More ❯❯

Published: November 24, 2018 | Comments: 0

Leaf-footed bug

Leaf footed bug

Leaf-footed bug: True Bugs (Leptoglossus phyllopus) You can find this insect (in maine, of course,) on dead leafs, usually waist-head high. Leaf Footed bugs are part of the true bug family and are commonly known for having flattened thighs on their back legs. This does not mean that they can jump high, but is a very unique weapon. The back of the thigh, or tibia, has sharp spikes all the way up the side they use to fight other males for a female. … Read More ❯❯

Published: November 6, 2018

WTF! Color Tools?

Color tools

Oh yeah he did! Have you ever looked at a color and wanted to know what it is? Have you ever been working on a project and couldn’t decide whether the colors go together? Well ask yourself this, wouldn’t it be great if all the color information was all in one place?, and it didn’t cost anything to use. You can find the Color Tools by Clicking the WTF! logo on the left or by Clicking Here or simply use the Main MENU … Read More ❯❯

Published: November 5, 2018 | Comments: 0

Eastern Tent Caterpillar

Eastern Tent Caterpiller

(Malacosoma americanum) Eastern Tent caterpillar These caterpillars are so common in the state of Maine, they are considered a serious pest not only for agriculture farms, but are extremely unsightly in backyards. Why? Because when the eggs hatch in the spring, they group up in trees and make silk tents. From an organ in their back legs, they shoot silk in order to make an invasive nest that looks like a tent stuck up in a tree. They do this in order to … Read More ❯❯

Published: September 10, 2018

Japanese Beetle

Japanese Beetle

Japanese Beetle (Popillia japonica) The USA, Canada, Mexico and other countries have a really bad problem with the Japanese beetle. Around the early 1900’s, a ship that was coming from Japan and going to New Jersey had the beetles in a package. The beetles established home then spread out of the state. Now, as for why they are pests, they are like rabbits of the insect world. They are always mating and constantly eating litteraly everything they see that is a plant. For … Read More ❯❯

Published: September 10, 2018

Trojan Ports

ports

Trojan Port List The following is a free Trojan port list that shows UDP/TCP ports, the IANA description, and on what port they operate. Trojan Port List Port Type Used IANA Description Trojan(s) 2 TCP Management Utility Death 20 TCP File Transfer [Default Data] Senna Spy FTP server 21 TCP File Transfer [Control] Back Construction, Blade Runner, Doly Trojan, Fore, Invisible FTP, Juggernaut 42 , Larva, MotIv FTP, Net Administrator, Senna Spy FTP server, Traitor 21, WebEx, WinCrash 22 TCP SSH Remote Login … Read More ❯❯

Published: August 21, 2018 | Comments: 0