Hello all, great forum...glad to have found it. Upon researching this topic, it's interesting to have seen the scales tip over the years, where the use of an Ethernet cable instead of WiFi was the obvious choice for obvious reasons. However, today with how far WiFi has come in both speed and security....are the scales now balanced? I use a VPN (Two of the top 3 mentioned here) and am using an iMac. Can someone please confirm if my set up is good enough and/or recommend something else if need be? For general use & work: I've been connecting via WiFi over VPN w/ using this program called LinkLiar. Any Mac users familiar with that? Is there something you'd recommend that is better?.... For work I'm always Accessing Servers, uploading/downloading, backing up database etc... Browser: I use Firefox with the respected add-on's. I don't use Chrome... occasionally I use Tor....all over VPN. Security & Speed wise, the obvious choice is to plug it in directly yes? Or is that a thing of the past with today's 'ac' WiFI Routers etc...? I'm just curious about the following: 1. Mac users: Could you provide a list of programs that you use if any when connecting over WiFi? 2. Do you connect via Ethernet whenever you can? Or do you just stay on WiFi? 3. Before exiting the browser, do you wipe/clear cache etc? (I do this every time...) 4. Any other recommendations for general security? Thanks in advance.