Read all the page, I like this bit: "there are some ISPs who issue the same IP to all customers, since this prevents them from hosting any kind of service. AOL and Hughes.net are examples - all their customers have the same IP on the web. Obviously, their IPs are different all the way into the ISP's equipment, otherwise they could not be differentiated on the network - but to the outside world, all customers are at one address."
For a joke if anyone ever asks you for yours, tell them it's 127.0.0.1 (there's no place like home ;))
'For me it got UK right but that's it' yep, that OK, but I was thinking somebody with a bit more Knowledge could hack their way to my computer. I mean if people can do it to the Pentagon computers a Windows7 firewall isn't going to be much of a block!
I've got a strong wireless key, router firewall, win 7 firewall, free Avast and free malwarebytes and a paid for SAS. Also got spywareblaster as a blocker. I also use Trusteer Rapport. I'm sure if MI6 needed to hack my PC I suppose they could but I'm not important enough to warrant it. Some people would say that my security is over the top but I'm happy with it.