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Beware of third-party viewers that are not in the Viewer Directory: they have either declined to self-certify their compliance with Linden Lab policies or been refused for noncompliance with the policies.
Using an alt can certainly give one protection, but doing so is not perfect from a security standpoint. I can imagine software (and if I can imagine it, there's a chance someone has already made it) that reads another viewer's settings, configs or whatnot off your computer. At the least, there's a risk having all your accounts connected with your alt. I won't bother with the worst.
 
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Using an alt can certainly give one protection, but doing so is not perfect from a security standpoint. I can imagine software (and if I can imagine it, there's a chance someone has already made it) that reads another viewer's settings, configs or whatnot off your computer. At the least, there's a risk having all your accounts connected with your alt. I won't bother with the worst.
so true - it's really scary when something new comes out.
 
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I've got a spare alt, so I can give it a go.
 

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well then

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