The email server crashes and everyone runs around like the clichéd headless chicken clamoring for a fix. Productivity drops as the crisis dominates the day which is consumed by meetings to find solutions, workarounds or just commiserating and no one able to do his or her job. Making things worse, excuses are having to be given to customers because "the system's down again" and the organization looks just plain bad. Only a computer professional with training and experience in the software and hardware you operate has the skill set required keep it all running properly. None would guess what you were doing at the site but they would know you were there. I have found this one lately, running vpn, paying for the separate server, its tuning and administration. No need to customize browsers and programs - one button click and that's it. No matter what channel you have, your speed is decreased, but I ran a free version of it and I can't say for sure, maybe paid services don't have this limitation. This is done by simply network packets to the victim's computer telling it that the attacker's computer is the gateway and telling the real gateway device that the attacker's computer is the victim's. There are numerous tutorials and videos on web sites like You - Tube on how to perform this attack. There is really no way to prevent this and having a firewall, anti-virus, or other security software on your computer offers no protection as the attacker is not really trying to access the victim's computer directly. There are some steps you can take to protect yourself however The best safeguard is to avoid accessing sensitive websites on public networks i. etc - If you must access such websites, before entering you user name and password, ensure that your connection is encrypted and connected to the real web server. This means that all communications between your web browser and the web server you are connecting to is encrypted. It is rare to see anything lower than an A and, if one did, would one eat there Probably not. Personally I need that little blue A, that referral from the Department of Public Health, in the window as a reassurance that I won't be spending the night in the bathroom. Similarly, you should not hire an IT provider who is not recommended by someone you trust and would not rate anything lower than an A on their virtual report card. I don't recommend trusting in online reviews from places like Yelp or Yahoo Local where it is too easy for vendors to plant bogus glowing reviews about themselves, or discredit their competition. Another reason I don't trust them is that shortly after noticing advertisements offering to pay people to write product reviews there seemed to be an uptick in customer product evaluations at various etailers. com to write a review about the underwear I bought last week whether they were comfy or not. At 8. They sent a full routing table to us rather than the aggregated 21 they own. Due to a misconfiguration, the prefix limit filter we had in place did not limit what we were receiving.