Hopefully with that title I will get a educated response. My internet speeds have slowed to a crawl recently and after many an hour on the phone to Virgin Media I have given up and will be cancelling my subscription after 5 years of being a loyal customer. Anyhoo... thats another story. I managed to get something out of them after they told me they dont support 10.4 (for them to fix my problem I would have to downgrade to 10.3). They said open terminal and type 'netstat -a' "this will check for spyware" they said. I was confident there would be none but ran it anyway. The results came up 'listen' on many of listings. But they couldnt help me any further because "we dont support 10.4". So does this mean I have Spyware blocking my bandwidth or what? I fecking hope not but just incase whats the best way to remove said stuff i.e. which program, and is this the first known case of spyware on OSX? Please help ASAP. If I dont have Spyware I will be cancelling my subscription with Virgin because they are again trying to fob me off with idiotic information. Thanks guys. EDIT: I have turned on Firewall Logging to see whats happening and have 'Mar 19 17:49:15 G5 ipfw: Stealth Mode connection attempt to TCP 10.0.1.2:49876 from 220.127.116.11:80' this listed again and again. Is some bastard trying to hack my mac and has somehow got spyware on my machine?