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OS 10.5 - Leopard security


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I use a cable modem that has the ability to be turned on and off. I usually turn it off as a safeguard when not using the computer. Since I am using the latest version of Leopard, is this actually necessary? What safeguards are already built into the software? Do I need to select a specific preference beyond what is the default?
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