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  1. I seem to have Turkish certificates on my Keychain, on my Mac -- should I be worried ?
  2. How does "DuckDuckGo", make money, and continue to exist, if I am not "tracked", when using their search-engine ?
  3. I've been recently getting requests, for connection to TCP Port #554 (decimal ; outgoing) -- what does it do ???
  4. mikeeusa

    jetpack to ethernet

    Currently have DSL and wanted to get more speed, reliability and portability. Looking at the Verizon Jetpack and it only seems to be a wifi type router. Home is wired for Ethernet and was wondering if there is a way to get the jetpack signal into the ethernet system. Some of my devices are in far flung areas and so wifi would be sketchy. Seems like at one time I saw a USB/ethernet adapter. Next question will be; just how many gig's can I afford and what will be sufficient. The portability angle is that I would like to take it with me in my RV, need this for security and camground unreliable wifi.
  5. What is the technical-term, for the marketing-reporting-sites, embedded, in most commercial websites ?
  6. Do all WiFi IP-addresses, start with a "10" (as in, 10.x.x.x) ?
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