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Dec 13 11:30:25 HD-MCP HD-MCP: SSL Handshake failed at protocol level on [184.108.40.206] Dec 13 11:30:25 HD-MCP HD-MCP: SSL ACCEPT Error [http request] on [220.127.116.11] Dec 13 11:30:57 HD-MCP last message repeated 40 times
Nice try asshole.
No, you can't break into my HomeDaemon-MCP server.
No, you can't break into my home control system.
No, it doesn't have a cloud connection, no, it won't talk to you without signing in, and no, you can't get in without first negotiating HTTPS either.
And no, attempting to hammer it won't piss it off.