No. It's just cheaper. That's literally the only advantage of using PIA, besides supporting the company. I understand Reddit loves PIA but most people have no idea what they're talking about.
NordVPN comes with better security (double hop VPN servers), better ad block (PIA MACE a very limited ad blocker, no customization and it's less efficient than CyberSec from NordVPN), better support (NordVPN has live chat support, 30 day money back quarantee, PIA has notoriously bad support
Edit: PIA Is not a bad VPN by any means but this bandwagoning is getting ridiculious. Downvotes just prove my point.
VPN's themselves are fine. Using FREE VPN's is not fine. Nothing is free.
There are plenty of reputable and quite good VPN services out there. I use NordVPN myself and have zero issues whatsoever. Speed is great, my tracks are covered, and I can access region restricted content. It's affordable, safe, and indispensable.
Anymore, you're foolish for not using a VPN. Just make sure that you use a legimate one. Any kind of "Free" VPN is stealing your data, has shit speeds, or worse.
If you want an exhaustive list of VPNs and how they compare to each other, I would highly recommend checking out , specifically the VPN Comparison Chart. There is a more detailed and advanced version of the chart but the simple one will suffice for non-advanced users.
NordVPN user here. It's pretty solid. I use their desktop app but I use OpenVPN app on Android with their ovpn config files. (No particular reason, android app wasn't ready back when I set it up) I'm happy with the performance at both ends. Some servers perform better than others but there is an incredible amount of selection when it comes to servers. I'm really happy with it.
Honestly you won’t get a great VPN that provides lifetime subscription and everything you are hoping for. I personally use NordVPN and it has treated me well, decent speeds, plenty of servers, no logs etc. and not terribly expensive. Main thing about Nord is it resides in Panama, accepts Bitcoin, and does not require any personal info. Obviously there are numerous options but the good/great ones will not provide a lifetime subscription.
For some other possible options and privacy in general use the wesbite for info.
Additionally, making sure your VPN has DNS leak protection is important, because if it doesn't there's still a way for your ISP to see what you're doing. NordVPN does have this, but there are some paid ones that do not, so it's important check that out first.
My favorite so far is NordVPN, and their price isn't bad if you go annual. If you're of the *nix persuasion, you'll have to do the usual setup, but they do provide the config to import.
I've had pretty good experiences with NordVPN so far. They have a constantly updated list of servers that work with US-Netflix, it's a little annoying having to pick a specific server every time but it always works.
Hard to say which is the best. If you want quality, go for a paid option. I've tried many services. Currently I'm using NordVPN and I'm happy with it. They offer quality VPN with many options for a fair price. I don't use the android app since it lacks the option to not route local network traffic. But besides that, NordVPN is a reliable choice.
NordVPN. I bought like 3 years at $2.75/month and you can run it on like 5 devices simultaneously or something like that. Based in Venezuela or Panama I think. No logging and no extradition to the US either so your data, even if it were held (it's not) would be safe from the US government
Every time someone asks "what's the best VPN to access Netflix in "Country-X" from "Country-Y", the answer seems to be NordVPN. The same goes for (Netflix on) Android phone, Android TV, Apple TV, iPhone, Smart TV, etc.
NordVPN is one of the most highly recommended providers, and it's also in an area where they are not affiliated with or are required to hand over any data regarding their users regardless of who asks. They also keep no logs, allow torrents, Onion over the VPN (TOR Network), kill switch, and more.
China's a little different but the Great Firewall is easily surpassed by VPNs like NordVPN.
I lived in South Korea and now Thailand where porn's illegal and all I have to do is switch to https:// and I have access.
Apollo for Reddit (have literally tried all the other reddit apps, and this is still the best).
Rick Steves Audio Europe - free audio walking tours in some European cities. Are professional quality and come with maps. Amazing travel app if you travel solo.
Pocket Casts- beautiful app, and i like podcasts
lire - best payonce RSS app on iOS atm. Can also sync and fetch text for offline use without extra charges (just a bit slow).
NordVPN - tried a few big names, this is the best. Can even fool Netflix.
OSMAnd maps- useful if you travel alot. Can save offline maps of cities/countries. Since you wont find data everywhere. I understand googlemaps can do it too but its way more cumbersome if you travel multiple cities,
I pay for mine, currently NordVPN, though I've used others there without real issue. There's virtually always some deal or another with one of the reputable vpns, and if there isn't you only need wait a wee bit and there will be one. ( is a pretty decent overview and starting point)
NordVPN seems to be pretty legit but there does appear to be an active smear campaign against them. Largely from accounts on some platforms, where the user name on other platforms is verified as the owner of PIA.
NordVPN, hundreds of access points Dozens of countries, even High Speed "streaming" access points, and direct to TOR access points that encrypt your entire connection stream, they even accept Bitcoin. They have a Canary, and even still have no logging.
NordVPN is good.
Based in Panama, no logging policy.
You can pay by credit card or even crypto.
Works with Netflix to give you US Netflix. Has servers based in most countries (Malaysia, Singapore, etc for speed).
I believe they have a 2 year plan for ~$79 USD and 3 years for ~$99 USD
I'm on team NordVPN. They've been brilliant so far. However, anyone with Sky needs to disable Sky Shield to even access the NordVPN site as it is blocked by sky. Ridiciculous. I thought Sky Shield was to "protect" you, not stop you from protecting yourself. Sky really, really do not want you to get a VPN.
I pay for Netflix, HBO Now, Hulu+Spotify (student package which is only $5/month), and of course, NordVPN for torrenting everything else. I also have Amazon Prime student which I bought specifically for shipping. Don’t use it much except to watch The Grand Tour.
Edit: edited for clarity. My sentence structure was initially poor leading everyone to believe I pay $5 for everything.
NordVPN and ExpressVPN works for me right now.
Edit: NordVPN has a 3 day trial where all you give is your email and you can use any server and you get normal speeds. Same as ExpressVPN for Mobile only you search up netflix with either vpn, they have a guide that will tell you which servers to use.
Buy a 1-month VPN membership (a good one like NordVPN) and watch the CBC or BBC’s coverage. Way less ads, very little obnoxious commentary, and content on demand with full event streaming online. Stop bitching about NBC, we all know they suck. Just pay the $12 and cancel the service at the end of the month. It’s easy.
Many streaming broadcasters are now starting to do this. I use a VPN (NordVPN -- not recommending them, just stating what I use). These streaming services cannot track my true location, DNS or IP address on a Virtual Private Network.
I'm using NordVPN since they're based in Panama. I was using Private Internet Access but I read recently that it's not a good idea to use a service that's based in the US since they could be susceptible to the US's shady spying nonsense.
I've been subscribing to Private Internet Access for 3 years now. At $40/yr it's some of the best money I've ever spent.
Edit: My first gold ever. Thank you kind Redditor. You've bought my guilding cherry.
Also: To everyone who asked a question but didn't get a response, sorry. There's just too many. If you PM me I'll get to your questions as soon as I can. Thanks.
What we have so far:
Kinguin: $100 Giftcard
Arctic: Triple Monitor Stand
MSI: GTX 1050ti or 1060
V1 Tech: Custom RGB Backplate
Fractal Design: Case
Quersus: Gaming Chair
ModmyMods: $100 Giftcard
RODE: Studio Kit
Crytek: Hunt Showdown game
: Building it
: HyperX Cloud
ZionRam: RGB Ram
Adata: SSD and Ram
HyperX: Pulsefire Mouse
Utomik: 1 year games subscription
Watercool: Watercooling supplies
GT Omega Racing: Gaming Chair and Backpack
Black Forest Games: Fade to Silence game
TeamGroup: RGB SSD
Tim Woodruff: covering costs
Reborn Dimension: Case
Lot of updates. Here goes:
Aorus (Benelux): 2x motherboards
NVIDIA: GTX 1080Ti
XSplit: Lifetime license
AMD: Ryzen 2700x
Cherry MX: Developer Kit
Mionix: Desk pads and wrist rests
Private Internet Access: Subscription
TekSyndicate: Couple Shirts
MyDigitalSSD: 512GB NVMe
: Some games
IFixit: Couple toolkits
Scan Computers: Build and Gaming Chair
Sound Blaster: Soundcard
Wyatt: Smile and a Hug
Empyrean: House Flipper game
DICE: Some Battlefield 1 Revolution keys
Hot Hardware: SSD and Win10
Audio Technica: Generic Message
ASNGaming: 40€ Steam
Hijacking your comment for anyone who doesn't know:
In Qbittorrent: Options>Advanced>Network Interface
For me, it was properly set to Ethernet 2, which means it was running through Nord VPN.
If you're not sure which one is your VPN, do the following:
With your VPN turned off, open the "Run" app (aka the DOS thing)
Type CMD and hit enter
Leave that window open, then turn on your VPN. Then type ipconfig/all again.
Compare your two sets of results with each other. The VPN should show up the second time you run it.
Look for something like Ethernet adapter Ethernet 2. Under that, it should say NordVPN somewhere. If it does, then you want to set your network interface in QBittorrent to Ethernet 2. If Nord is listed under something else, set your interface to that instead.
Additionally, inside of your Nord interface, go to settings>app kill switch>add applications, then find qbittorrent and add it. You can also turn on the Internet Kill Switch, but you have to remember to either turn it off or always run your VPN. This should kill your connection if there's a leak or if you forget to close Qbittorrent before you shut down your VPN.
EDIT: You silly bastards, giving me your silver and gold. Go spend it on a good VPN!
For what it's worth, this is an app called TunnelBear.
Some things you should know:
Can't belive you forgot these:
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>MVMNT (Jacksfilms only)
>Honorable Mention: Youtuber's merch
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EDIT1 (Nov 09th 1530hrs): Bacon must return to actual work - will continue this impromptu AMA later tonight, so long as Fallout 4 isn't released early.. then I'll be wandering the wasteland.
EDIT2 (Nov 10th 0900hrs): I'm back baby! (If you read that in Bender's voice, we're now best friends). I'll answer any more questions and what not that are asked here. Please, my inbox is sore and chaffed. I have Gold Bond Medicated Powder in a holster now because of you. Keep the support questions and what not to here, or preferably to our support forum at .
EDIT3 (Dec 1st): Merry Christmas to me. TunnelBear fired me last Friday, stating generic reasons that I wasn't a good fit for the company. They didn't give specifics as to what happened, however they did take my gaming rig laptop (a work laptop) so not only do I now not have a job to pay for xmas presents for my family, I also don't have a rig to play Fallout 4, or to search online for a new job, nor can I afford to purchase one either! I'm typing this on my cell phone :(
> The plans will allow Britain to become "the global leader in the regulation of the use of personal data and the internet", the manifesto claims.
China and North Korea would like a word Mrs May
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In the last video, we talked about how a solid script was damaged by Disney's agenda-fueled decision to use a coloured-only cast and how that ruined the film due to the genetically low IQ negro actors. Black Panther is the pinnacle of Diversity-Quota-Culture and it needs to stop. I read through the comments and lots of you said that Tilda Swinton or Scarlett Johansen would have been a lot better for the role of Black Panther and I totally agree, so I've set up a petition which my patrons can enter!
Now, I'm all for social change and liberal ideals, but the Social Justice Warriors at Disney and triggered Berkley students have ruined it. That's why I voted Trump in the last election, and fully support his use of concentration camps on the border; we need to stop America turning into shithole Wakanda. Although cucked Disney won't say it, it's pretty clear that we must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children as the beauty of the White Aryan woman must not perish from the earth.
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similarly, if you have a VPN (NordVPN is a great one), lets you search for movies and shows across the netflix catalog of tons of countries.
wanna watch harry potter on netflix but live in the U.S.? set up your VPN to connect to a server in france.
you can search just about anything and it’ll be on netflix somewhere. VPNs are super neat.
edit: NordVPN works flawlessly for me, but there are definitely VPNs that will not. free ones are pretty much guaranteed to not work.
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This is a great time to switch!
Get yourself the latest version of Firefox with the following add-ons:
uBlock Origin (and EasyList
Privacy Badger or Privacy Possum
Those are, imho, basic add-ons EVERYONE should have. They're pretty much set 'em and forget 'em.
If you wanna go further:
NoScript Security Suite
uMatrix (some use with NoScript, some use in lieu of)
NetCraft Anti-Phishing Extension
Combine that all with a PiHole and a trusty VPN (Mullvad, PIA, Nord, Proton, etc.) and you will be set!
** Semi-Unrelated reminder: while you're thinking of security, get a good password manager (BitWarden, Lastpass, KeePass XC) and use 2FA whenever you can!
EDIT: Thanks for the gold, kind strangers! <3
EDIT 2: Forgot to mention that you should change your default search engine in Firefox to DuckDuckGo.
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BEFORE googling: go to a grocery store and buy (with cash) a credit gift card. Then go online a buy yourself a cheap VPN (virtual private network) like NordVPN or ExpressVPN.
If you need help with some of the technical stuff ( downloading it, making sure its on and working correctly, etc.) PM me.
NordVPN and those other ones that advertise on YouTube are run by the US government. CIA / NSA
How else do they have such huge advertising budgets to sponsor every fucking YouTube channel and video.
Plus think about it, instead of monitoring everyone’s traffic and looking for people that are hiding something you just release this VPN that’s “totally safe” and now all the people that actually have something to hide give you all their traffic.
How many people are using nordVPN when they don’t actually have something to hide. Most people don’t care about privacy like that.
Yeah I understand the concept of not needing something to hide to want privacy but from the government’s perspective is this not the best way to go about knowing who to monitor?
I highly doubt that is Verizon so much as the capabilities of the VPN. VPN services, as a whole, will run slower than a non-vpn connection due to needing to encrypt/decrypt packets of data.
I'd try a new service personally. I like Private Internet Access (and they're super kickass proponents of Net Neutrality to boot). I had some speed issues at first, but after i changed my TAP driver to a different version I can usually manage about 150-190Mbps down. Other services had me around 5-15Mbps down. Without VPN I get around 250Mbps down w/ Comcast.
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Any VPN that is in Hong Kong even if it used to be good is now a Chinese covert surveillance aggregator.
Always look into what country a VPN business is based in. You don't want it based in China, Russia or part of the 5, 9 or 14 eyes nations.
This isn't to say that any country couldn't be secretly using their VPNs in their country to collect data but if you avoid fascist countries and stick to those that don't share information with other countries it will not be near as much of a risk. Also of course don't use one in based in your own country for obvious reasons or in one that hates your country as you don't want to be blackmailed into stealing company / government secrets one day.
Edit: As pointed out by Angevinz this only applies to paid VPNs if the VPN is free it is like Facebook, meaning you are the product and not the customer as someone else is paying them and they should be avoided. Also while that link recommends NordVPN I was not endorsing it but also am not saying isn't any good. You should do your own research on what is best for you.
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VPN = Virtual Private Network.
Instead of doing this:
You <-> Internet
You do this:
You <-> VPN <-> Internet
You route all of your internet traffic through another server. It's encrypted, meaning nobody can see what you're connecting to or the data you're sending except for the website you're connecting to.
Most VPNs will have their own program that you download on your computer, and there are free VPNs out there. But I wouldn't recommend using most free VPNs. I recommend AirVPN or PIA.
Just tried it using ProtonVPN and it is not working for me either. They've apparently got a way to detect and stop it from working if you use a VPN. source
NordVPN is registered to an address in Panama used by shell companies. Their payments are processed by an american company called CloudVPN, which is owned by a man called Darius Bereika from Lithuiana. Darius Bereika also owns Tesonet, a data mining company. Tesonet has been sued for infringment on patents regarding the extraction of data from users of a VPN service.
Yeah, keep on trusting NordVPN. They're totally not sketchy at all.
There's so much shitty technology and cringey stuff at CES. Fortunately the really cool stuff shines through, but there's just so much crap.
I regret not getting a video of the Private Internet Access booth, one of the cringiest things I've witnessed in a while. There's a group of about 13 people in green morph suits stand in a semicircle around a table while a projector shines text on them. Meanwhile around six morph suit people are just sitting on the floor in front of the table. And they're just standing there. While a large group of people are just taking pictures.
Edit: Turns out I had actually saved my snapchat story as a video, so I grabbed these stills from it: and
1.Download and install a VPN, I prefer TunnelBear, because it has a bear.
2.Open TunnelBear, or your preferred trusted VPN, and then open an incognito tab on your phone.
3.Grab your friends phone when he isn't looking and look up whatever you want, not your problem.
Regarding VPNs, I do think they are beneficial. The problem is the misunderstanding of what they do.
Your internet traffic is routed through the VPN instead of your service provider. Your service provider has no idea what you’re browsing besides seeing your connection is going through a (probably identified) VPN.
You maintain privacy from your service provider since they can’t track your web activities. This is different from anonymity as you can be identified, by the website, once you log into it such as your Reddit account or haven’t flushed your cookies prior to using the internet with VPN.
The VPN servers are prone to being hacked like every other computer connecting to the internet. The benefit of a VPN is they identify the servers you can use. In the case of the NordVPN hacking, NordVPN also discontinued the use of that server that was compromised. On the flip side, I’m not sure where my service provider keeps it’s servers or has even announced if they’ve ever been compromised (announced by themselves or by a news source).
You can still get viruses, malware, cookies to your web browser…basically everything that goes along with not using a VPN.
FYI… If you notice that the S is missing in the HTTPS part of the website, your service provider can see both the website and specific page you’re browsing. With HTTPS, the service provider can see what website you’re on, but not the specific page you’re browsing. Based on the website, your service provider can kinda determine what you’re doing. Example: if you’re on HTTPS and on pornhub, the service provider (and any reasonable person) can probably suspect you’re looking at porn.
By the way, I am in no way an expert on computers, but have some understanding.
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You could get a VPN like Private Internet Access. Once you connect to the VPN your ISP can't see where you connect to after that or what sites you see. The downside to VPNs though is that they're slower than your internet connection because they make you travel further for the information you're actually trying to get. So, unless you're being throttled a lot, a VPN might not be beneficial, however VPNs are a good way to determine if you're being throttled to begin with.
I have NordVPN. It has its issues. A lot of sites behind some sort of DDOS-protection device or service (like cloudfare) will block a lot of NordVPN IPs. Amazon's main website often doesn't work if I'm connected to it. Also some minor sites, like won't work if I have a NordVPN connection active. It's pretty annoying.
Edit: ironic on a video with a guy advertising NordVPN, consensus in off topic sub-thread concludes PIA is better. LMAO
Hi Andy! Thanks for doing this. Eventually, using a VPN comes down to “how much do you trust the VPN provider”. And a lot of this trust is directly tied to the people running the company today. But people will inevitably change or find a new job and leave the company and after a while the core ideas behind the company might get lost or could become compromised. So - first question - how are you planning to ensure that your line of thought will be consistent and coherent throughout the years as well as with future boards of directors and management and when should we become alarmed in case things go wrong? Second question - looking at what happened to /r/CopperheadOS how can we be sure that there won’t be any hostile takeovers from third parties? I realise that from a legal point of view Switzerland is not the US so someone taking over the company is rather unlikely, but it’s also worth remembering that ProtonVPN is, in fact, a separate company but nonetheless we have to trust a separate entity that is legally not the same as “ProtonMail” and the software ProtonVPN is running is not directly verifiable like for Open Source software, hence my question.
I've been using Private Internet Access for a year or so now (probably because of Logan, I can't remember), and it's been wonderful. When I was on AT&T uVerse my connection was almost twice as fast over the VPN than normally, presumably because of the whole net neutrality and speed throttling thing AT&T was doing.
So, yeah, +1 for PIA.
About NordVPN when they got hacked
> The company wouldn't go public until evidence of the hack emerged some six months later.
I've always used NordVPN for torrenting, gaming etc.
Before I had Nord, I was caught, got a letter and had to pay $900. Now, after subscribing to Nord everything is perfect.
Remember to use a VPN
NORD? AS IN NORDVPN?
Be wary of PIA; they were recently bought by a shady company. I’m currently using them, but I’m probably going to switch next time other good options such as NordVPN go on sale.
EDIT: Watch the Linus vídeo someone linked in a reply to me. It has a lot more information on the situation than I had previously seen. Do your research and make your own decision. For what it’s worth, I do think PIA has a great price for its quality and services, and I chose them over other VPNs when I did research on cost/quality/services/privacy a few years ago.
From their website:
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>An idea, something we are not doing, so don't take this out of context, but just something for discussion, perhaps we have a super long cooldown on a grenade, and it's skillshot, but it one-shots...."
"GRENADE change INCOMING in WITCH QUEEN ????? ONE-SHOT grenade CONFIRMED ????"
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>LTT promotes them like they are gods
How is that a mark of quality? That just means they pay up. They don't allow torrenting, they're expensive, they're based in Canada which is a country that's known to spy on its citizens. Private Internet Access is a much better alternative.
Edit: While PIA is based in another Five Eyes country, they provide a much better service for much less than TunnelBear. There are alternatives based in countries that aren't known to monitor anywhere near as much, but I don't have any personal experience with them.
> - NordVPN is not being sued by anyone. The lawsuit was filed against Tesonet – a large tech company based in Lithuania.
> - Nobody is alleging that NordVPN clients are being used in a “botnet” (and this would be easy to verify with Wireshark).
> - NordVPN will be conducting an independent, third-party audit to verify their “no logs” claims, which they estimate will be done in the next few months.
>Despite all of the rumors flying around online, there does not appear to be any verifiable issues with NordVPN itself. The controversy with the lawsuit and charges of “data scraping” are exclusive to Tesonet – not NordVPN.
>As noted above, NordVPN still operates from the jurisdiction of Panama, which is a good location for privacy (outside of 14 Eyes). While NordVPN does have verifiable links to Tesonet in Lithuania, it is indeed under Panama jurisdiction and is legally its own entity. NordVPN has a no logs policy and has never been found to be providing information to third parties or state agencies.
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Thank you /u/allthefoxes for all of this information. It's definitely helpful for everyone. I also want to give a thanks to Reddit for upvoting this post as it helps spread awareness and will make the House reps think twice on the vote.
This "resolution" is bad, because it begins a slippery slope down a trajectory that none of us want to go.
We're going to fight the good fight together. I have never been so moved by the show of solidarity.
Let's put a stop to this resolution.
Co-Founder Private Internet Access
Ik heb het hier eerder gezegd en ik zeg het nogmaals:
Neem een VPN.
Zet hem tijdens het downloaden op Zwitersland, Zweden of IJsland (Private Internet Access), daar mag je namelijk downloaden.
Als je echt door niemand gevonden wil worden (lees: de overheid), dan neem je er een die niet gevestigd is in een 14-eyes land. Maar om deze boeven en copyright trolls te vermijden is een gewone VPN genoeg, ze gaan namelijk voor laaghangend fruit en als ze jou door zo'n VPN provider moeten gaan opzoeken ben je letterlijk de tijd niet waard.
Zelf vertrouw ik de gratis VPN's niet zo: If it's free, you're the product.
Tbh as long as the advertisers are companies like Adidas who are closely connected to football & sponsor some of the worlds best players, Im fine with it
But if we‘d get stuff like a NordVPN Nation‘s Change promo then I’d mind
Honestly at this point the damage is done, your posts are popular and archived so deleting your account/posts will not help. What you need to do and what we as fellow redditors need to do is get your name in the media and get you followed by reporters so they don't dare touch you or your family. If the eyes of the world are on you I think that is the best protection we can offer. Perhaps longer term some folks in the EU might be able to find a way to get you and your family to safety should you be willing to leave. I would say come to the US but with Trump in power I don't think you would be much safer here.
To anybody reading this post, please page news agencies, highlight what this guy achieved here, paging u/washingtonpost please, write a story about how this redditor got the word out when censorship descended at great personal risk and without even a thought for their own safety. These are the kind of stories we need, and this is the kind of situation where journalists can truly save lives, please keep the spotlight on, evil is waiting in the dark!
Edit:To anybody else in a dangerous situation that finds themselves needing to do what this person did, the web browser Tor was designed for just such an occasion, if you have the money invest in a VPN on top of it.
[NordVPN]() is a great option and one that is known not to reveal its users, be certain whatever VPN you do use is truly anonymous, there are ones that sell info out there.
Before we start the video I want to tell you guys about something...
Private Internet Access is going to be suggested a lot for good reason. It's pretty cheap, reliable and easy to use with decent bandwidth. They also took a full page ad in the NY Times to call out congressmen that voted for this so that reflects positively too. Note that it does not get around Netflix's region locking though I've used it for some services like BBC successfully.
Katherine: bot accounts
Wagner: "How to forge 5* weapons (not clickbait)*
Kaeya: uploads minecraft and roblox gameplay on pornhub
Stanley: re-uploads videos from the real Stanley's channel that were deleted
Baal: bans Youtube in Inazuma
Kazuha: uses NordVPN to switch to a Canadian ISP
Celestia official channel: Khaenri'ah genocide denial videos
Wanyan: Neo-Havria propaganda videos
Xin Cheng: begs for collabs with the adepti and starts drama with Ganyu
Starsnatcher: gives an actual sincere apology video
PIA is good with me. They have desktop and android app, not sure about an iPhone app but I'm sure there's a way to use it on any device. 7 bucks a month or 40 for a year. PIA stands for Private Internet Access. Had them for like 3 or 4 months and it's been great.
NordVPN gets a lot of hate because their advertisements are pervasive, and their sales tactics are scummy. They did also get hacked once to my knowledge, but the server that was hacked did not contain any user activity logs.
If you compare them on That One Privacy Site you’ll see that they’re actually doing a lot right, including being based in Panama so they don’t have to send your data to a government.
Fun fact: I was once linked that by someone who thought it’d prove that Nord sucked, it didn’t.
This being said, VPNs aren’t really for privacy, and nothing is perfect. Do your own research, I’m not recommending Nord to you.
For the 1000th time:
Protonmail has to comply with the Swiss law when they are asked to keep IP records. Before that, they did not keep any IP logs.
Even then, the Proton Company fights every claim they get (as shown clearly on their yearly Transparency Report, and in this instance they couldn't say no.
Proton is not gonna put their head out for some random user that happens to have done something illegal.
For this reason, Proton actively encourages people to use TOR/ProtonVPN when connecting to ProtonMail: on ProtonVPN they will give only the VPNs IP, not the end-user's one.
As for TOR, well, they only have a Tor-exit-node IP to give, as IP records previous to that were not registered.
Don't let sensationalism and click-bait headlines deceive you. Always do your own research.
>Development and deployment of internet freedom and Great Firewall circumvention tools for the people of Hong Kong
Is the US going to sponsor NordVPN? It actually not bad, make freedomVPN, make it free, promote it throughout the world as the tool for freedom of speech, secretly do some PRISIM stuffs with it, profit?.
Joking asides, I imagine something like the spacex starlink system would be the perfect solution to circumvent China great firewall, albeit unnecessary.
Most companies require off-site employees to authenticate to a VPN in order to connect to their Network. You block that, you get a lot of Corporations very angry very quickly.
I'm more worried they start blocking popular vpns like private internet access, Nord, TunnelBear, etc, while leaving the protocol enabled. Essentially, they would raise the bar of Entry to those who know how to roll their own VPN.
My favourite is still NordVPN by far. Yes, they have a lot of ads, but that means they have the money to do it. And people wouldn't recommend it if it was bad. Personally, out of all VPN's that I have tested, Nord is best by far.
You know what goes well with Legal Services?
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Private Internet Access (PIA)
I pay annually and it comes out to a little over $3 a month. I can connect up to 5 devices. I use it on laptops/router/android phones. It's been great when we're travelling and we can never trust the access points we're connecting to. For the most part it works great. I can't say I've never experienced a slowdown, but they've been rare.
I know it's really easy to just watch this on DailyMotion/Some Dodgy FB Group but I urge you to please make an effort to watch this on (The Networks Official Website).
You don't need to register.
It does require a Proxy - but most free ones will work (I use the Private Internet Access App which costs a couple of bucks a month).
There is a good chance this could be the last season due to ratings (despite the show being brilliant) - but the shows biggest strength is it's online support, so do what you can to support the show by watching it legit if possible.
He had access to SHIELD files and Avenger candidates via Hope’s log in. Tony was actively recruited by Fury, Clint was already a candidate, Thor just happened to be there, I assume SHIELD also has a liaison with whatever division Thunderbolt Ross is heading since Banner is also a candidate, and Hank just followed Natasha after taking care of Banner.
The lesson of this episode? Use NordVPN. If Hope had used NordVPN to log in to top secret files, Maybe The Avengers would still be alive.
Do NOT download a random free VPN from the app store. First try using the app 18.104.22.168, this isnt a real vpn so there is no expectation of privacy, however, they will encrypt your dns requests so your requests might still go through to Apollo's servers. If you are gonna get a VPN do some research and get something "respectable" like NordVPN or Private Internet Access
Get Private Internet Access (PIA.)
$40 a year, desktop clients for os x and windows, mobile clients for iPhone and android. Works really well.
EDIT: Here's a link.
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If your phone does not have any software blocks on tethering, there is a much easier and simpler solution. Most mobile ISPs seem to detect tethering by checking the TTL of IP packets.
Basically, a packet's TTL is the maximum number of hops it may take before it expires. It is decremeneted for each hop. A hop is any intermediate device the packet passes through (router, tethered phone, etc.).
By default, Android and iOS (probably) have IP TTL's of 64. The ISPs can use this knowledge to decide whether or not a packet originated from the Android device or if it was only routed through the Android device. For example, Linux distributions typically have a default TTL of 64. This means that, when tethered, the ISPs will see one less than the expected TTL since the packet originated on the tetherd device and went through the hop of the Android phone. Pretty sure Windows defaults to an IP TTL of 128.
However, the default TTL value can be changed. On my Linux machine, my default IP TTL is set to 65 to account for the additional hop through the Android phone. From the ISP's perspective, the number of hops is as expected. The TTL is being set on boot with a sysctl config file
ISPs may still try to infer tethering activity through deep packet inspection so I'd recommend using a VPN like Private Internet Access in addition to modifying the IP TTL.
EDIT: Windows 10 users! You just need to change a value in the registry.
EDIT2: macOS users should have luck with this.
Agreed. I bought a NordVPN subscription and broadcast the game on my TV via an HDMI connection with my laptop, which has worked great. But yeah, it’s a shame people need to jump through hoops for this.
I think they'll pass a watered down version in a hope to minimise the negative feedback.
They have gone full retard with their announcement, banning BDSM porn, enforcing a filter, and making the filter on by default all at once. Predictably, this has caused a lot of outrage among tech savvy UK citizens and as we can see, there is already a petition to stop the filter.
But now everyone in panicking and getting angry at the current measures, I put it to you that this was their plan all along.
What the final law that actually passes will be is a watered down bill which, say, might make the filter opt-in, and only ban super violent porn. The people will think this is some sort of victory and that they've won against the government, but mostly, they will be relieved, because the initial draconian proposals are now not as bad as what was first reported.
However, the government will have done what they wanted to do in the first place: put a filter on the internet and ban porn they dislike. The people will be less outraged because the actual law will look like a watered down version of the original proposals, yet the government still get their way. And make no mistake, even if a watered down version is passed, they've still laid the ground for just as much censorship in the future.
If they attempt this, we mustn't stop protesting against it. We need to make sure this thing is scrapped for good.
In the meantime, use a VPN server in a foreign country whenever possible, especially when you watch porn. Currently I use TunnelBear and it tends to work very well.
To clarify even more; it's TunnelBear, a VPN service that has had a bunch of pretty big marketing campaigns in the past but actually doesn't live up to the hype or cost. It's just a mediocre service with plenty better alternatives.
If you read this comment and happen to be looking for a VPN service: TunnelBear is decent and has a quite alright free trial, but be sure to do a speedtest and a traceroute on every service you try to make sure you're not routed through some far away country on every request.
NordVPN is definitely the best. I used all, but Nord outperformed all of them when it comes to speed and the stability of connections. You won't find a better one.
Some VPNs are already blocked on a few ISP's default adult content filter. EE, O2, Sky, Three, Virgin Media and Vodafone's filters are blocking Private Internet Access for example.
Quite when VPNs were added to block lists I have no idea.
Edit: If I was into betting, I'd probably put money on something like this being suggested.
Yeah I could but that would involve setting up a dedicated box there... the VPN service I'm using is a widely available public one: Private Internet Access.
I could probably just switch to a noname VPN as well. PIA might be targetted since theyre so large now, but they have good prices for unlimited data!