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    vivid2

    Random Photography Thread V5.0

    … [crickets] mandatory “at least three characters”.

    vivid2 Yesterday, 07:38 PM Go to last post
    changa

    ixchange.com.au - has anybody used before?

    I should have checked MacTalk before using iXchange.

    My mother in law's iPad 4 broke (I think she fried it using a dodgy charger). Apple

    changa Yesterday, 06:39 PM Go to last post
    kaisersozay

    Puzzled about VPN versus general ISP

    OK kyte, I have launched into Private Internet Access and gone VPN. Subscribed for one year at approx AUD$4.25 per month ( I will post again when the

    kaisersozay Yesterday, 06:27 PM Go to last post
    kyte

    Puzzled about VPN versus general ISP

    I've been going down this path too, and have decided VPN is the way to go, but I'm really confused about which one. I've looked at the free options and

    kyte Yesterday, 04:10 PM Go to last post
    kaisersozay

    Puzzled about VPN versus general ISP

    Well, thanks to Alec Fraser and Geoff3DMN, my issue with privacy is solved. VPN is the way to go. This intrusion of Government is appalling and open to

    kaisersozay Yesterday, 01:44 PM Go to last post
    Lachie

    Network geeks, i need help

    Hi all,

    Im in need of assistance. I need a fellow mac geek who can help me setup a server at my place of business. I want to use a C2D

    Lachie Yesterday, 12:53 PM Go to last post
    Geoff3DMN

    Puzzled about VPN versus general ISP

    VPNs can be vulnerable to Man in the Middle attacks but in practice it would probably not be economical to do so for monitoring downloads of movies, TV

    Geoff3DMN Yesterday, 12:31 PM Go to last post
    Alec Fraser

    Puzzled about VPN versus general ISP

    A VPN basically uses an encrypted tunnel from your machine to the VPN server, via your ISP. All your traffic then passes through that tunnel and is not

    Alec Fraser Yesterday, 12:01 PM Go to last post
    kaisersozay

    Puzzled about VPN versus general ISP

    Just read that ISPs will be required to keep all our meta data for 2 years and report any piratical activity with a three warning procedure before some

    kaisersozay Yesterday, 09:02 AM Go to last post
    The_Hawk

    Powerline Ethernet with <9Mbps throughput?

    I got a set of powerline adaptors from Optus as the new place I'm in doesn't have any way to get cable to the main TV

    Performance was

    The_Hawk 25th February 2015, 06:24 PM Go to last post