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I am forced to use VNC from work because of our current security settings block my college-online website. Well it doesn't block it it just prevents me from being able to log in. Anyways I have the VNC server downloaded at home and the viewer here at work, suddenly one day I wasn't able to connect from work. I thought my internet service may have been down or something so when I got home I saw that for some reason the ip address that I originally had for the VNC server was different than the day before. Does anyone know if the program does this itself or if someone could have done it? I have a Sygate firewall, plus the windows one, but I know that probably wasn't enough to keep someone out if there was someone in the first place. Should I worry that someone maybe hacking into my PC?
 
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