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So much for a lightweight browser and codebase (Firefox has already marched past that line in the sand, but this is a monumental increase to the marching speed) Not to mention the potential security implications for managed desktops.
You can also go with a non-NAT firewall (bridge mode), which will block incoming connections while the device / people on the inside wont know anything is there.
Honestly a timer on an unmanaged switch isn't a bad solution, it takes any technical skill out of the equation, its (assuming the timer doesn't fail) hack proof, and does not require and maintenance / patching to keep secure.
Its not just used for your kids birthday balloons (in fact that gas is likely second-hand / reused gas in the first place) it used to cool MRI machines.
Time to buy a couple of tankers and invest in a long term profit
Fink is proving to be a total pain in the ass to get working again, not to mention xcode apparently now requires a developer-enabled apple account to download and install the command line tools via the GUI (you can still download the tools via the developer website)
Ah the fun of running a new
find the: browser.newtabpage.enabled setting and set it to false
It will grant you the nice clean, fast white page for new tabs.
Why there's not a checkbox somewhere for it