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#1 troublesh00ter


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Posted 18 March 2011 - 10:17 AM

Hey there bleepers!

I've got another question for yous guys.

I was reading an article on the web some time ago about how it was possible to make your network transparent enough to communicate with web servers but make it smart enough to not divulge unnecessary information, like where I am, my IP and stuff like that. The terminology that was used was 'spoofing'. The author liked to throw this word around a lot.

I want to learn how to make my network unspoofable. Does anyone have any suggestions?

I currently have a cable Internet connection that is fed into a router. My Desktop computer is connected to the router via ethernet. Occasionally I connect to my home network with my laptop wirelessly.

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