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  1. It does not make sense unless it's all part of Rupert Murdoch's cunning plan to take over the world?
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    Computer Hacking

    Hi all. A question for all you techs out there. I am on a secure network at home, passwords galore etc, and never had a problem before. But recently every time I fire up the desk top or laptop (funnily enough not my iphone) a message pops up and says, 'Your broadband connection seems to have been compromised, it will be disabled for one minute'. However, after a minute or so, nothing, so I have to go through the whole rigmarole of signing in using my passwords etc. Not a great pain in the bum, but still annoying. I have the fella who installed my broadband coming over this afternoon to have a look, but thought I would throw this one out there to get as many expert opinions as possible. Please bear with me, I am a complete numpty about computers, so if you could use layman's terms, :wubclub::wacko:. Is it possible that someone (as has been threatened recently) could hack into my broadband connection, according to my mate, it is possible and I have seen him do some fairly frightening things with his stuff, he truly is a whizz at IT and it shocked me what you can do with the correct knowledge and nouse. Cheers Tony.
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