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    Question Internet switching on and off program?

    I heard theres programs to turn ur internet on and off by a click of a button.
    Does anyone know any of them? (I have a D-Link wireless ADSL2+ router).

    P.S,
    A auto-refresher for google chrome/firefox/IE would be cool as well i wanna get more youtube views.
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    Don't use the modem but dial from your PC? That should allow you to start/stop the internet with a simple click of a button. And for the autofresher just google, tons of autoclickers or auto-f5 bots out there /

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coeus View Post
    Don't use the modem but dial from your PC? That should allow you to start/stop the internet with a simple click of a button. And for the autofresher just google, tons of autoclickers or auto-f5 bots out there /
    ok thanks

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    its called TAPPER

    look in A.V.A section youll find one

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_t_h View Post
    its called TAPPER

    look in A.V.A section youll find one
    Tappers and similar network limiting programs can be detected as hacks, it's not always safe to use them