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  1. Total conjecture here, but was surprised no one seemed to pose the question... *As a caveat, I haven't played Verdansk in months, this is all relative to Rebirth matches on my end. I turned off my Geofilter that usually puts me in the middle of the US (TX and IL servers to achieve balanced ping with friends from the East Coast), and started getting CA lobbies. So basically, half the time my CA lobbies are the "normal" Warzone servers whos IPs end in ".VULTR"/".CHOOPA" or whatever, but I'm also getting some servers that show as dedicated and their IP is a normal numbers only config. Doing a whois search on these other servers they come up registered to Blizzard or sometime "Nolag" which I'm guessing is just another server farm rental provider. My conspiracy theory kicks in with the fact (feeling) that my games on the ".VULTR"/".CHOOPA" servers are the same ol' mixed bag of normal play mixed with a lot of suspect killcams (looking like I'm getting snapped onto with aimbots, seen through walls when no UAV is up and no teammate has died to give away my location, etc). However, whether placebo or not, when on these "newer" servers, I'm not running into much suspect play, and having way better performance (higher K/D, more wins than the "regular" lobbies). So while of course it could just be that my connection to these others servers are better (the ping bar is less spikey than the "old" servers for sure), or the SBMM has less folks to choose from there so I'm in easier lobbies, etc, etc... I'm wondering if any of these servers are testing out the server-side anti-cheat early with Warzone (or at least Rebirth) and filtering out folks with suspicious stats? Anyone else seen this behavior, or have there always been these non ".VULTR"/".CHOOPA" dedicated servers in CA, I've just missed it being geofiltered for so long? Not sure if these servers are elsewhere, but the Blizzard registered ones are all around the Bay Area if anyone wants to test it out.
  2. Hey all, hoping someone can shed some light here. Every so often I log into my Netduma and in my device manager there are a bunch of unknown devices connected to my router. I block and delete these devices from the list each time but I would like to know how the heck they're connecting in the first place? A few minutes ago I just had to block and delete over a dozen random devices and I have no clue who they even belong to. My R1 is password protected. The serial number on the device is the password. I don't even talk to my neighbours or anyone in my neighbourhood for that matter so its perplexing to me that there would be so many random devices hooked up to it. Hope someone will have some answers, Thanks. Vile
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