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    Is There A Way To Protect Internet Apps?

    is there a way to password protect the internet connection apps on the n75?

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    no..........

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    indeed no.

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    maybe psiloc demostand can help you?
    google it.

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    well..... I'd say "yes, but".........

    You can edit each access point so you are prompted for the password. But it's not your password and you can't change it. And you have to know what the password is. Unless of course your unit is so heavily branded that the option is not even offered, in which case this whole theory goes down the tube.

    If you can do that, it's not "secure", but you have to know the trick to get in, which is probably enough to lock out 99% of others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dyce
    maybe psiloc demostand can help you?
    google it.
    hate pisloc.

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