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can anyone tell me what the following means: IPv6 packet filtering initialized, default to accept, logging disabled

also, i opened terminal today and it said last log in was yesterday on console. i havent been logged into terminal or console for at least 2 weeks.

also, the permissions on stuff like virtual machine keep changing as do the ones on my sudo login and its location. but i deleted the remote management and virtual machine crap from my macbook bc i will never use it...

its like some program keeps effing with my stuff.

any advice?

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