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About franglais

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    Surfin' the net with my N95
  • Birthday 02/09/1950

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    VanWyksdorp South Africa
  • Interests
    enjoying one day at a time

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  • System Specifications:
    Nokia N95.
  • Teams:
    Pit Force Inspector
  1. Was gonna go for 'undergarment'. . . . . . . . . . .but I'll stick with. . . . . . . . . . . . Chestnut
  2. yup! Certainly one for Admin to discuss at their next all expenses paid jaunt to Hawaii.
  3. I'm located. . . .I think!
  4. I wasn't implying that a browser swap was necessary. If a phone can browse the net then it is a fair assumption that it can also download third party applications. Opera is very forward thinking and has mini versions for virtually all mobile OS. I still use my embedded browser for secure browsing eg. Banking or net purchasing. Opera allows faster browsing due to intelligent cacheing on its servers as does firefox, Tshark and UCWeb, however , I must reiterate, I would not use any of these browsers for secure work either working on a mobile device or PC.
  5. Interesting topic guys. I use my N95 for all my media needs and as a former PC user. I was aware of the potential threat. I tried a few symbian AV's and finally settled for F-Secure which gives me full security auto updated and a fully configurable firewall. I estimate the chance of attack is less than that of linux attacks, however,forwarned is forarmed.
  6. You can see what I use to surf the net. I suggest you download opera mini 4. Change opera settings to mobile view and I guarantee that you will be able to reach 'The Pit' anywhere,anytime!
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