I want this to be r/hackings unofficial motto. ��
TorVPN is cheap enough to be affordable for even the poorest student, is properly secure, and has an option to easily route your traffic through TOR nodes.
Normally, only the Tor browser is using the Tor network, so the other programs would not go through the Tor network. You can configure other programs to go through Tor, but it's not easy.
There's some information available about Torifying programs. You could even use the Tor network behind that VPN, though, if you wanted.
If you're split between these two then def go with NordVPN. Here is a quick table of comparison:
Edit: made a table comparing the two instead of just outlining what is wrong with TorVPN.
Let me first say I'm extremely new to this but here's what I've come up with so far.... I use
Edit: I don't care about downvotes, but as I said I'm new, if you downvote, can you tell me what I'm doing wrong? I'd love to learn more.
Regarding iOS, Onion Browser by Mike Tigas is OK. He's preparing a new version that should be ready in the next months. You can participate in the beta programme if you contact him.
I also use VPN + TOR Browser Unlimited (TorVPN) by Eduardo Lostal. This app can even create a system-wide VPN with Tor servers. I cannot remember whether the app is for free or not...
Because its an .onion site. Onion is obviously not a normal domain since it can only be accessed through Tor, or other TorVPNs and such. .onion site owners and users are almost impossible to track, sites selling drugs are up for years.
The list of VPNs they gave offered no surprises though, except perhaps Pure.
Glad to know I'm still ok with Tor running over TorVPN.
I've had no problems with them. A slight DNS leak to begin with, but soon sorted by disabling IPV6 (which I would recommend doing anyway to prevent easy tracking, I do it at kernel level now).
Nice to see good ole Konqueror getting a shout out too!
Tried them for a bit and decided to move over to TorVPN instead. PIA port forwarding was a pain.
When I opened a ticket for a refund (I was within their 7 day period) it took days for support to respond, so I left with a bad impression.
I use airvpn. VPNs will always come with a reduction in torrent speed, but it's a necessary price to pay for not having your IP freely available to copyright trolls.
You should pick a provider that doesn't log traffic, ie. not TorVPN. Head here, and look at the LOGGING, SPEEDS and AVAILABILITY columns.
Recent Submission history for TorVPNs:
They can only be accessed through a hidden network called TOR (and indirectly through TorVPN's VPN proxy service). They do not have a real domain name or IP address that exists on the "regular" internet.
As this is a free VPN service, it's likely that someone with not so good intensions used it to violate our terms of service. When their account was suspended, the IP they were using our site from was also suspended to prevent them from creating any further accounts.
You'll likely run into these types of issues using Zenmate, CyberGhostVPN, VPNBook, Hotspot Shield, proVPN, VPN Direct, Own VPN Shield, TorVPN, WiFi Protector, OkayFreedom, etc.
Any good VPN is going to cost money. Some have trials some don't I use Private Internet Access, it's $40/yr. ProXPN, VyprVPN and TorVPN (Not related to TOR/The Onion Router) are also popular VPNs but they all cost money.
Have you tried different DNS servers? Try having your friends change to Google DNS on their computer, then go into command prompt and do a "ipconfig /flushdns" and also rebooting is a good idea afterwards.
Google DNS ---- Primary DNS: 126.96.36.199 -- Secondary DNS: 188.8.131.52
When you make a connection to their VPN or even using any third party onion routing app, they can see some data. So they know who you are, and where you're trying to go. Also who knows if they hold up their claims to not log data.
And TorVPN isn't official either. The Tor Project recommends onion browser.
be sure to use a /r/VPN first before running your Tor browser](/r/TOR/). even some VPN services allow you to see .onion sites without using a Tor browser, for example [TorVPN.
TorVPNs pretty good. Based in Hungary, there's a free tier but the basics start at about 60cent, and you can choose to route your traffic through TOR if you like. Currently a tiny bug with Kali and it's nameservers, but otherwise it's good to go.
yes. U can either achieve it using few virtual machines one in another, or using Iptables, vpnchains, proxychains...
Probably the best solution would be to find 2 VPN providers that offer VPN+Tor like AirVPN, NordVPN, TorVPN, Privatoria and get .ovpn files from them and then use either VMs to chain VPNs or vpnchains program.