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I didn't know Yahoo has stooped so low as to write disguised advertising now.

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And WP users are just plain screwed. Only workaround I know of is remote desktop gateway or remote Apps and that's far from perfect.

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The Internet itself is not safe. Once you get that, you trust no one.

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like your cell phone data plan is any safer.

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I can think of better VPN's to use to be honest.

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LOL, Have you only just heard of this?

In other news, I hear tell of something called a computer virus!!

Also Hotspot shield is more commonly used to watch TV online without the region enforcement. i.e. Watching US shows from the UK.

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"Getting On-line at Your Local Coffee Shop May Not be Safe"

And, in other news...

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nothing's safe. plug all your orfices becuase you might get teh germies.

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Good luck trying to hack me, I got Norton and am behind seven proxies!

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^ NORTON!??!?

You're already compromised! :p

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The Internet itself is not safe. Once you get that, you trust no one.

Just wire me your credit card numbers, and I'll protect you. :shifty:

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Just wire me your credit card numbers, and I'll protect you. :shifty:

I trust no one. :p

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Hum, can you protect this SSN? 457-55-5462

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