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In case it helps anyone: I was running into a similar problem with a 2017 MacBook Pro but found a different solution... download speeds on other devices (iPhones, newer MBP) were steady around 500-750 Mbps down, but on my 2017 MBP the speeds would gradually slow down until they were anywhere from like 5-10 Mbps, sometimes even <1 Mbps, all tested using ...


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In case it helps anyone: I was running into a similar problem with a 2017 MacBook Pro but found a different solution... download speeds on other devices (iPhones, newer MBP) were around 500-750 Mbps down, but on my 2017 MBP the speeds were way slower (anywhere from like 5-10 Mbps, sometimes even <1 Mbps, all tested using fast.com and Vodafone's speed ...


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No answer to your question, but a few safety tips on Little Snitch before you use it. Little Snitch installs a kernel extension (kext) to read network traffic. This gives Little Snitch root privileges. Little Snitch looks at all network traffic and is therefore vulnerable to any network traffic. The root rights promise big booty if successful: Full control ...


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A VPN is nothing more than a different connection to the internet. Without the VPN it looks like this: Mac -> Local Network -> your Router -> your ISP -> the internet This is vastly simplified, if course, but will work for what we are doing here. The VPN is a TUNNEL that starts at your Mac and ends not at the network and servers of your ISP (AT&...


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