I suppose. But can you guide me into changing my ip. I have nortons fire wall on -.- lol Im sorta confused but o well sigh
carl4286If you use a wireless network, than I believe your router already acts like a proxy server... am I wrong about this?
Only for things behind it; the router is still open to attack. And it's far from impossible to get past a NAT. The easiest way to change your IP, if you're dead set on doing so, is to go into your router's config settings and release the IP that it has. Then turn it off for at least a day (24 hours). You'll probably be assigned a new IP when you reconnect. Regardless, the "breach" you speak of is probably on the inside and going out, as others have said.
FX-Fraggeruse ghost surf... its an ip masking program.
tHANKS im done