To clarify - You want a VPN that keeps no logs, not necessarily a US one. A good VPN will guarantee no logs but in order to d/l with safety you'll need to be using an address from a non-US range, e.g. Sweden is a good example with the VPN I use. PrivateVPN has ip's from all over the world. Their Swedish IPs guarantee no logs so I use this one for downloading. If I want to watch Netflix or Hulu then I use their US range of addresses which, by law, they are required to maintain logs. They tell you this when you sign up and make sure you know not to us US IPs for downloading.
To the OP - to answer your question - your ISP can't do shit to you. Toss the letter in the garbage and get a VPN.
I already did, but I thought I'd ask here, because of the fact that I live in Sweden and it might have something to do with that.
They already recommended services like PrivateVPN to me, but as said, it didn't work.
I'm pretty sure there's a lack of knowledge about cybersecurity and data leaks, data selling and etc. I agree that using a quality VPN (like NordVPN, ExpressVPN, PrivateVPN or similar) would solve quite a lot of problems. And yes, I agree that most people don't even understand how they're selling out their data
Like it was said - proxy only changes your IP, it does NOT encrypt your traffic unlike a VPN. Also, if you're using a torrent client and have a proxy/vpn extension on your browser - it will not help, it has to cover your system, an extension only covers your browser.
Get a trusted VPN that allows torrenting like NordVPN, PrivateVPN, Express or similar, you can check that one privacy guy or Torrentfreak's anonymous VPN list
"Shielding your I.P. address is possible by connecting to what is called a virtual private network, or V.P.N., such as those offered by WiTopia, PrivateVPN and StrongVPN."
All those 3 VPN providers log data. Be careful.
Try out PrivateVPN. Here is their list of available servers that work with Netflix: I am using this with a bunch a friends for over a year now. Works great!
Edit: They have an app for Windows, macOS, iOS, Android and the Fire TV
If you don't want a lawsuit - get a paid VPN, better be safe than sorry tbh, especially when downloading torrents as such. Torrentfreak has a nice article about good VPN services that you can read about. I personally use NordVPN, but Express, VPNArea, PrivateVPN are good too for that kind of thing. You can also use it not only for torrenting but privacy in general, a VPN is quite handy
What you can try is use a VPN (NordVPN, PrivateVPN,pretty much any that has servers in the US will do), connect to the States and check whether there is a burner card or gift card that you can use on Sony's website. have you checked other possible sources, not only Sony's website?
I wouldn't suggest using a free VPN, maybe I'm too paranoid, but I don't understand how this kind of business model can work. From where do they get the income? Anyway, there's a bunch of quality products that don't cost that much, like NordVPN (that's what I use), Safer or PrivateVPN, just pick the one that seems best for you.
Here are the top eight VPNs that unblocked Netflix in the most countries:
Air VPN: 15 (desktop browser only)
Mullvad: 13 (desktop browser only)
I used to use PIA, but unfortunately it doesn't work with Netflix.
Now, I can vouch for PrivateVPN.
Get a VPN and watch it on Netflix, Amazon Prime or whatever, this show is popular everywhere. Try one of these: NordVPN, ExpressVPN, PrivateVPN. They are those who are good with streaming, especially Netflix. Not many VPNs work well with Netflix so better do your research.
Since you are in a different location and your IP address is now based in Germany, Netflix has adjusted your library to the German one . Unblocking Netflix is as simple as changing your IP address — by doing that, you can access any localization you’re aiming for, including the US one. So if you obtain an IP address in the USA, you can watch all the American exclusives no matter where you are!
Here’s a roundup of top VPN picks for unblocking regional Netflix versions around the world:
You can use a VPN that has servers in the US. That will change your IP address to an American one and it will seem as if you're from the US - this is a list of really good private and anonymous VPNs here I personally suggest NordVPN because they have the most servers in the US, you can also try ExpressVPN or PrivateVPN too
Hi, I recently switched to PrivateVPN and that’s seen the number of links go through the roof. I tend to have it set to UK, but quite often it’s on US as it also works with Netflix and such, which seems to be a rarity these days (they actually have specific servers for Netflix all over the place)
The servers rotate through every now and then. 100 used to work no problem, but I haven't seen that server in a bit. 102 used to work but just stopped. None of the others work anymore so I moved over to PrivateVPN, so far that's worked fine.
You are already paying for the stream. Might as well push a couple extra dollars as another user mentioned. VPN. Easiest way, just set location to out of territory... if you do not want to bother with extra cords, screen/browser casting, etc. ExpressVPN, PrivateVPN, IPVanish... they are all top quality, and quick for HD streams.
I bought NordVPN recently, it is one of the big ones. It's pretty good, I like it so far. I even found a coupon code (it's NOLOGS3Y), if you decide to go with it try the code. Few other who I heard are good: ProtonVPN, ExpressVPN, PrivateVPN.
One to check out might be PrivateVPN and also offer an app for download to make connection easier for those not overly tech-savvy.
Кому лень читать:
Таким образом, список «отказников» из сервисов VPN на данный момент выглядит так:
3. GoldenFrog (создатель VyprVPN),
From the article:
"Motorola with Google has already updated the Android One Edition of the Moto X4 to Android 8.0 Oreo."
, they haven't. At least, I have't got it yet.
That said, I'm actually OK with waiting a bit. At least, I tell myself that other people getting it first means THEY can experience any regressions in behavior and/or major bugs, of which I can be warned & thus put off updating until the problems have been fixed.
My Nexus 5X had 8.1, but there's not anything huge I feel I'm missing by having "only" 7.1.1 on my Moto x4.
It's only been little things, like ability to rearrange the pull-down menu (or maybe I've just forgot how to do it on 7.x?), and having the PrivateVPN app integrated into the pulldown menu.
Anyway, I'm OK with waiting a bit longer.
I use PrivateVPN, I like it but it slows my internet down to about 2 - 5 Mbps so it isn’t good for gaming. when my subscription runs out on it I’m switching VPNs. Does Express slow down your internet a lot too?
It's very easy tbh and I do this with a lot of other shows that are US only. I use NordVPN (but you can use any other VPN that has servers in the states - PrivateVPN, Express). Then connect to the US and that's it, you're in the US, you can watch the shows you want
PrivateVPN offers much the same but at a higher price and I can do 1 extra device simultaneously. The deal I signed with also came with a Netflix guarantee so of it ever gets blocked they'll provide a full refund
Good to know. Never used the korean server before. I can‘t give you an alternative as I am only using PrivateVPN. But I remember many people using Express are asking their support for working servers. Maybe you can try that out?
Indihome censors everything. Reddit, Vimeo (and other sites that use Vimeo hosting), Pirate Bay and normal torrenting sites, Indonesia-specific downloading sites, porn, certain religious sites, etc. are blocked.
But, you should probably be using a VPN anyways. PrivateVPN allows access to Netflix Indonesia (and other countries).
I pay 600k/month for 40Mbps. Keep looking on their site. They do list prices. Triple play (w/ TV and phone) is higher priced, but has 50 and 100 Mbps options. Internet only only goes up to 40Mbps, but it's significantly cheaper.
First of all... Hola? Really? Haven't you read hundreds of articles both here and elsewhere online about how you should never use it? This it woks great for me in regards to speed and unblocking stuff. I've also heard some good things about Lantern but I haven't tried it as I was already really happy with surfshark and had a coupon for additional discount.
I pay for PrivateVPN because the bandwidth is good and it has Netflix and Hulu functional VPNs in multiple countries (which few VPNs do) so that I can stream stuff like Rick and Morty from Asia or Community from Canada. I sometimes use Zenmate though which is a free in-browser VPN if you use Chrome
La cosa piu rapida è usare uno dei tanti sevizi gratuiti / a pagamento in giro.
Io ho installato PrivateVPN su tutti i PC di casa per lo stesso motivo.
Un giorno che ho voglia, configurerò un piVPN o mi prenderò un router che offra la possibilita di configurare una VPN.
I would say that the speeds are quite comparable. Honestly though, I probably would have stuck with PIA if not for my Netflix subscription. I use Android and I liked the convenience of having a PIA quick settings tile to toggle VPN on and off with one click. Makes watching US Netflix on my phone so much less tedious. PrivateVPN has a usable Android app but not as convenient as the latter.
If you're not that into the idea of renewing your Netflix account, you might be happier staying with PIA.
Of course, you just need a reliable vpn. Nordvpn works pretty nice with BBC for me, try connecting to the newest servers and look for the smallest user load for even better speeds. Express or PrivateVPN should be okay also.
Not surprising, Netflix blocks VPNs constantly and does quite a good job on it. I'm using NordVPN, but heard that PrivateVPN also works pretty decently, so you can look into those, or just read more articles like this one.
Hmm, never use it before but seems like PrivateVPN wants to track you. Cant visit their website with VPN on.
The owner of this website () has banned the autonomous system number (ASN) your IP address is in (59253) from accessing this website.
My IP is not blacklisted in anywhere either. They banned non-residential IPs. Tried with 3 different VPNs, still got blocked!
Mullvad was way too expensive for me, and NordVPN capped my speed (uni network in Italy) way too much, I was getting 6 MB/s top instead of the 11 MB/s maximum. After some digging I decided to split a PrivateVPN deal with my friend, I get maximum speed with that and it was pretty cheap for my pockets.
None, it was for work. But the ones who log the least (of the ones I looked at) were Nord, PrivateVPN, Private Internet Access, Strong, and Ivacy. If I were to get one for personal use it would be Nord.
Referral links ? Could you explain me what those are and how they affect your anonymity ?
Btw, best VPN I know in terms of anonymity, after a careful search, PrivateVPN, from Sweden I think. Doesn't look like much, but it is.
I can only tell you what PrivateVPN people told me. They said if I want to download, use their Sweden servers. They never keep logs and if they are ever forced to keep logs, they'll shut the service down first. If I want to watch Netflix or Hulu they told me to use their US servers but they also warned me to be careful not to download when on the US servers since they are forced to keep 6 months of logs by law.
As all have said, PrivateVPN accepts bitcoin. For any VPN that doesn't (you'd be hard pressed to find a worthwhile one that doesn't), you can just buy a prepaid visa credit gift card. You might have to enter some fake info online to use those for online purchases, just do it over Tor.
Well I just unchecked "Active Connection Verification" in my PrivateVPN client and the connection now works.
But let me see how things go with your method.
so everything is already on Automatic.
Thank you for the detailed response, I’m using PrivateVPN right now to see how well it works and I might look into surfshark after my subscription ends! I will try the EU regions/stay in the UK method and see how I fare.
They do actively work to block vpn connections. That's why I chose the VPN I did. While doing research on the most suitable provider for me I found listings specific to Netflix. Not all providers concern themselves very often with Netflix blocking but others like NordVPN and PrivateVPN supposedly review bypass tricks (or whatever they do) every 48 hours. Anyway it's only been 2 weeks so far so it's not really long enough to make a judgment call yet
It provides you with anonymity. When you torrent, your IP address is visible to, well, everyone. VPN addresses this issue by providing you with a proxy.
TBH, what's better than torrents is usenet anyway. Usenet is an encrypted client-server session, which is much more secure than the open peer-to-peer topology of torrents. You should look into Astraweb, SABNZB and PrivateVPN. It's not free, but it's worth it.
Free solution: Hotspot shield
Premium solution: Pay for a VPN provider, like YourPrivateVPN
Check out this article:
I've never had issues accessing Netflix through PrivateVPN. I can occasionally get it to work with the Opera browser's built-in free VPN by switching countries and restarting the browser to get a different VPN server until I get one that hasn't been blocked yet.
Seguo ed estendo la domanda, causa ignoranza:
usare Opera browser ha senso, o la sua connessione VPN non è la stessa di cui parlate?
>Io ho installato PrivateVPN su tutti i PC di casa per lo stesso motivo.
una soluzione come questa mi interesserebbe, ma temo rallenti la velocità di connessione, è così o non fa differenza?
PrivateVPN works. Apps for iOS, Android, Windows, macOS and FireOS. Has many servers with great connectivity, no logs and torrenting allowed. PrivateVPN has special servers for Netflix unblocking including the US, Canada, France, Germany, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Australia, Brazil, Colombia, Argentina and South Korea.
If you really need to have UK Netflix, you may want to try PrivateVPN. I've been using them for over a year now with some friends.
You don't have to write a live chat to get a working server. I just tried UK - London 1 and everything works fine. They have an app for macOS, Windows, Android, iOS, FireTV. They are under $8 for 30 days or about $50 for 13 months ($4 a month) if you don't mind being tied to a service for a long time.
I also don't get why this sub is in love with Express as I constantly read about someone having problems with them.
PrivateVPN has many servers but only a few are compatible with Netflix. Those servers have some some special technique to fool Netflix so they don't recognize your VPN and block it. No clue how they do it but it seems to be difficult/ pricey. For the end user, it is a normal VPN. You don't have to configure something. Does this answer your question?
In the app, you can also see which server unblocks which service. For example 'USA - Buffalo' and 'USA - New York 1' can unblock Hulu, Netflix and ABC.
Uit voorzorg heb ik een abonnement bij PrivateVPN genomen zodat ik mijn torrents download via de VPN. Bijkomend voordeel is dat ik nu via de VPN verbinding kan maken met de VS en beschikking heb tot de Netflix daar, welke een veel groter aanbod heeft!
Hey awesome Spreadsheet!
I found one point wrong.
PrivateVPN has a short test period you can get if you drop them a mail:
To add : PrivateVPN does not log IP nor traffic.
>It is impossible to determine through IP who anyone is at any given moment using our service while accessing a specific page, as we never store information about which IP numbers that are connected.
>We NEVER produce logs of any data traffic. The only thing we store is your user name, password and your email address.
This means we're not logging anything on any of our servers, including the U.S. servers.
I can recommend PrivateVPN. I‘ve been using them for a good year now with some friends to watch international Netflix. They have apps for iOS, Android, Mac, Windows and the FireTV-Stick. The app shows which server works for Netflix, Amazon, BBC and so on.
Thank you, but it's geo-restricted. I'll try a VPN.
I wanted a more full source, because the parent video has him suddenly change from a green tshirt into a white one...
Edit: "PrivateVPN" let me see the video when set to French exit point. Thanks m0rden! (I hope they don't stick your head on a pike.)
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Yes, privacy is the main reason of a VPN. But that does not mean these features are irrelevant to competition or to the userbase. Port Forwarding is essential to anyone trying to upload P2P files as well as download. For some people VPN's are what people get to use P2P, and it's pretty unfair just to wave your finger at those people and say ProtonVPN isn't for them and to go spend another $15 USD/month for a seedbox too.
Why would anyone do that when they can get one of the above providers and have their cake and eat it too?
I'll be honest, you should really be asking PrivateVPN as you're paying them for this service.
Other companies have preconfigured clients (Private Internet Access). Worth looking into for simplicity sake.
How's the speed compared to PIA? My PIA subscription just expired and I've been happy with the performance of it, except for some weekday nights when it'll be too slow to use (happens like 2-3 days in a month). If PrivateVPN's better then I wouldn't mind paying the slightly higher price for it, and renewing my netflix US subscription.
Отказ исполнять требования Роскомнадзора анонсировали сервисы VPN Tunnelbear, Zenmate и TgVPN. К такому же решению пришли TorGuard, PrivateVPN и разработчик VPN-сервиса VyprVPN — компания Golden Frog.
They are literally the same hardware. One is just aimed at medium-enterprise markets (the Edge series) and one towards SMB (Unifi).
If you are at the point where you are using CLI commands, they literally behave the same. It's the provided GUI schemes that are different.
Based on what you said, you want the Unifi USG, trust me.
Also I assume you mean a VPN connection like PrivateVPN or TunnelBear, based on your usage of the term?
Most people in networking think hosting a VPN when you say VPN, because that is usually the case when people bring up the topic.
Either will work for that purpose, or even the normal way people mean VPN as a feature, to remote into your own network.
I would go with the Pro APs, and plugging in your Xbox is always a better idea. lower latency.
You're welcome! This also works for iPhone and Android after you've made your account with the WWE Network and download the WWE Network app. PrivateVPN has an app you can download on iOS/Android so you can easily set your IP address to one of their American servers and access the WWE Network on the go with your phone.
This article does a break down of all the best VPN's for Netflix - came across it while googling, tried to post but it's from an affiliate site so it got caught in the spam filter - didn't realise till I messaged the mods. Useful article though
PrivateVPN has a custom built VPN especially for Netflix
>Stockholm-based PrivateVPN has a custom-built VPN specific for Netflix. According to the provider, the VPN is built specifically to allow access to the entire U.S. catalogue of titles
Anbefaler selv PrivateVPN, ganske lav pris, basert i Sverige, plenty av servere å velge i, lange oppstartstilbud, og gimmicken deres er å ikke ta vare på noe som helst av info av brukere, selv ikke for staten etc.
"Lorsque le service est gratuit vous êtes le produit" et cette expression est tout particulièrement vraie pour les VPNs ! Tandis qu'un VPN classique permet de naviguer sur internet anonymement pour éviter une surveillance du FAI, par exemple, un VPN payant va enregistrer toutes les informations de navigation de l'utilisateur pour les revendre et ainsi générer du profit : N'oubliez pas que l'objectif d'une entreprise est de générer de l'argent, pas de vous aider à naviguer anonymement !
Pour mon VPN perso j'ai choisi PrivateVPN qui propose une discretion très appréciable !
No blackout games. I only signed up for the single team pass, so only got laker games. That was the cheapest option. I’m not sure how the playoffs would work..haven’t had the chance to see the team in the THATS ABOUT TO CHANGE!!!
I was using a VPN extension on Chrome for a bit, but it messed with the login process on occasionally (couldn’t login or misdirected me back to the US league pass website) but once I switched over to PrivateVPN everything worked perfectly.
Only thing I miss are the exclusive Lakers content on Sportsnet.
Make sure you get a refund from Cyberghost. There is a small window when you can do this. Then, try PrivateVPN. they have servers in Sweden I think and when I tried their service streaming options did work.
I’ve been using PrivateVPN for a few months now and have no problems with it. They’ve got a lot of options around the world, some countries have multiple options, and they have dedicated Netflix servers (which is mostly what I use it for)
+1 for NordVPN. I like because it just works, has a zero log policy and many servers to choose from. Maybe its Android TV app could use a bit of work, but the speeds are nice. I have it setup on my router. Read that IPVanish, PrivateVPN and Surfshark are good too, but haven't tried them.
Which option do I click?
If you mean something like: C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\PrivateVPN, it does nothing when pasted into CMD
You'll need to click the Properties option. A window similar to this<a onclick="captureOutboundLink("[link]", "comment"); return false;" href="[link]\"`
ExpressVPN. that's what I use. Tried 2 others (PrivateVPN and another one I forgot) and was not satisfied. Netflix still detects it. I have no problems with ExpressVPN. Plus I can use it on my PC (or Mac) while using running ExpressVPN on your smartphone/table and running ExpressVPN again on Xbox/PS4 (Have not tried since I don't have Xbox or PS4). Basically, you can have three programs running at the same time.
Hi Josh, I have an update, I bought PrivateVPN, and so far you’re mostly right. I was not able to connect to France, not sure about UK, USA works. However i found out that Switzerland works, which is also part of the EU :)
Maybe you won't get in any big trouble, but they can just delete the movie or send you a warning notice or smth. Use a VPN, and you're good to go. Just wouldn't recommend any free services, maybe something like NordVPN or PrivateVPN would be a nice fit.
The only 2 I've tried are MyPrivateVPN (I think thats what its called but I'm either wrong or its down.) which did Hulu fine and Its Hidden, which is the one I've got now (I'm using the paid version).
Its Hidden is only available through The Netherlands so no Hulu etc. but its plenty fast enough for Megavideo and I've had probaby 400kbs+ with a healthy torrent.
Can you tell me a bit more about usenet though? Cos as I understand it this is what most people who were on the scene were using before p2p+/torrents, right? But the only ones Ive seen over the last few years seem, um.. corporate for want of a better word. Isnt it just like a protocol (and free) if you know what your doing?