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    Extending wi-fi range

    I have a wireless network at home, but it's not giving me the expected signal although the distance isn't that long.

    Several questions need to be answered :

    1- What is the best placement for...
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    I'm ok with watching traffic for caching...

    I'm ok with watching traffic for caching purposes, cause it doesn't store the identity of the users making the requests, so they can store the content of websites on their servers in order to make...
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    knoledgesponge, your reply made my day, cause...

    knoledgesponge, your reply made my day, cause it's been a long time since western people portray lebanon to be muslim, extremist and violent. I'm sorry that Beirut is a bit expensive at the moment,...
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    When I read stuff like that, I dunno whether I...

    When I read stuff like that, I dunno whether I should laugh or get upset !?

    Lebanon is NOT an islamic country, nonetheless Beirut !!!
    We have about 65% muslim and 35% Christian. (unofficial of...
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    What do you mean by lashes ? And actually,...

    What do you mean by lashes ?

    And actually, i've seen my ISP's server, he's not the "legit" type of organisation.. well let me just say that he sees the name of every server every IP connects to .....
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    Of course proxy

    I'm SURE they use proxy, cause I cannot connect unless i configure my Internet Explorer to proxy :
    1) At my home connection : 10.100.40.1 Port 8080
    2) At school : proxy.aub.edu.lb Port 3128

    And...
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    Using TOR with applications

    I have successfully configured TOR and Privoxy to work with Internet Explorer or Firefox, connecting to the HTTP Proxy 127.0.0.1:8118, IP has changed it's all good.

    However, my whole point was to...
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