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Old 18-09-2020, 21:55   #14
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Re: Help improving home network security (Super hub 3)

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Originally Posted by Pierre99 View Post
I will cover some examples to help you understand better:

Like I said I have a friend/business partner that has access to our studio windows 10 machine. I do see any activity as the screen is on, however how would I know if the windows 10 machine becomes compromised, and they can sniff around network to pick up private data.

Also if I have clients visit and wire in their machines to the network (we do high transfer of files from the windows 10 machine to clients and vice versa, sometimes left on over night) hence why I would prefer they are isolated LAN ports, so whatever happens they do not interfere or cannot pick up anything private
This is the first time you have ever mentioned friend/business partner or clients in this thread. I think everyone was looking at a personal LAN connection.

The flingbox now can become a reality if you have a LAN storage unit. Upload the files to that, allow them access to it but block your PC to them.

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