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they would need to have some memory to store the keylogged data.. this is extremely unlikely.. but i guess there is no way to be 100% sure if you are 100% paranoid. I wouldn't let it bother you though. cheers Paul
Below are the steps needed to set this up. en0 in this case is the external interface: /usr/sbin/natd -interface en0 /sbin/ipfw -f flush /sbin/ipfw add divert natd all from any to any via en0 /sbin/ipfw add pass all from any to any sudo sysctl -w net.inet.ip.forwarding=1
This is getting increasingly harder over time. Instead of creating a bootable Linux partition, I find it much easier to simply install virtualBox and create a Linux virtual machine instead.
Sorry to hear that rEFIt it broken is Mavericks, I'm sure they'll fix it soon enough. In either case you can still select an alternate boot drive by holding option on system startup. The Mac will show you any devices that are connected and bootable, and you can just pick one to start up on (Likewise from the Startup Disk preference pane in System ...
Just for the record, I have tested Paragon ExtFS driver (trial version) on my MacBook Pro to write to ext4 partition in Linux. I found that the driver was very unstable, and it created corruptions to the filesystem that fsck was not able to repair neither in Linux nor in Disk Utility. My idea was to have access to my /home partition from Mac OS X using this ...
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