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I have a MacBook Pro running El Capitan. I've installed Viscosity and its working. I tend to have this MBP always on the VPN. There is an option to share wifi from this Mac (since it is connected via ethernet) where it is sharing its internet connection. This is literally called "Internet Sharing" via the Sharing pane in System Preferences. 


First off, if I were to use this internet share with one other mac at my house, is that not allowed via TorGuard ToS. And is this called Simultaneous Connections?



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Hello, yes this would be fine and this would not use up any of your sim-use connections as it’s not classed as a "login".



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