Hi Guys, I'm about to upgrade my dial-up account to broadband - Finally built myself a decent PC and my dial-up account running at 50Kbps just isn't doing it justice, so 2Mbps here we come!! I've found a decent provider, now they are offering a static IP address as standard. My question is regarding security. Is a static assigned address less secure? Surely if someone new my IP address and wanted hack into my system then having the same IP address is less secure than one dynamically assign each time you log on. I'm not going to using my account for anything else but surfing, email and downloading music. I could see the benefits of a static IP address if you were an organisation with a web server for example! But not for a home user or am I wrong in this assumption. Should i go for a static address or Dynamic? Cheers in advance.