While PIA is very popular, it is based in the US, a "fourteen eyes" country. I personally use CyberGhost, but I strongly recommend visiting:
Does anyone else get refused entry to the site when using a VPN?
I have to disable my VPN, open my torrent tabs, enable VPN, then magnet - otherwise it requires me to CAPTCHA but still denies me access. Using CyberGhost with Chrome - issues with PC and mobile.
is opening fine.
Buddy, if your country has blocked the connection then simply use any of these 5 VPN Services recommended by other Redditors to remove the restriction.
I am using Nord and CyberGhost without any problem at all.
Buddy, if your ISP is blocking the connection then simply use any of these 5 VPN Services recommended by other Reddit users to bypass it.
I am using Nord and CyberGhost without any issues at all.
Buddy, if your country or ISP has blocked the connection then just use any of these 5 Best VPN Services recommended by other Redditors to unblock the website.
Well it's really up to you if you want to stop listening at home but when you say he checks traffic, do you mean like sniffs the network or checks browser history?
Browser history is easy, you just have to clear it.
Traffic sniffing you can get around by using a vpn / proxy.
There's a couple free ones out there if you want to give em a try:
Oh god. Tell your friends to use a proper VPN, like say CyberGhost - free users have to wait about a minute to connect, but after that, it's fine. Hola lets anyone execute programs on your computer and sells your information to third parties. This site has detailed information on why Hola is very bad.
is working fine.
Guys, I will recommend using any of these 5 VPN Services suggested by other Redditors before using these sites to block trojands, malware, virus etc.
I am using CyberGhost and Nord without any problems.
Because the OpenVPN GUI is open source and almost all provider applications are closed source and basically black boxes. Who knows what they are really doing? There have been at least one case with CyberGhost where the client was installing a root certificate on the PC to filter web traffic (this has been removed from the lastest client version) and they where harvesting unique hardware ids and sending them to their servers. They propably don't want to do bad things with these, but by being so shortsighted and implementing something into your privacy and security minded product that could pose a potential privacy and/or security risk they clearly don't know how to write software with privacy and security in mind. Therefore closed source software that does things that are security or privacy oriented are better open source, because some developers don't fully understand the consequences that the code in their software could have.
Time to use VPN >.>
That block its useless in my opinion, anyone can get through this with a free vpn (Tested CyberGhost 6 and it works). Anyway, on the safe site, I'm getting my bookmark out of here.
Does anyone knows about a site like KissAnime with good quality?
(Please upvote this to let people know)
Tor is not recommended for torrenting for two reasons:
(a) it's not actually anonymous the way a VPN is
(b) you're raping Tor's servers by sending all your porn through them
The best approach is either buying a subscription to a Seedbox (a computer at a remote location that you using to torrent your files, then you SSH in securely to retrieve them) or a VPN.
CyberGhost provides a free VPN service with throttled bandwidth and auto disconnects every so many hours. I believe they recently changed their policy to not allow torrenting, but that's easy enough to get around.
Just FYI, you're linking to a spam domain. (Many Reddit throwaway accounts spam that domain)
> Opera Browser, Cyber Ghost, Tunnel Bear
All of these are known to not support torrents/P2P traffic. Or in the case of CyberGhost, you need their paid version if you wish to torrent.
I don't know about the other VPNs you listed. Generally speaking like /u/razerphynx already said you need a paid torrent friendly VPN that does not log. Or just avoid torrents altogether.
Also feel free to search through /r/VPNTorrents.
Go to and download the movie.
Guys, if TPB is blocked in your country then just use any of these 5 Best VPN Services recommended by other Redditors to unblock the website.
I am using CyberGhost and NordVPN and torrents are working 24X7 with highest speed.
go to and download it.
Guys, if your ISP is blocking the connection then simply use these 5 Best VPN Services recommended by other Redditors to bypass it.
Easiest way to watch any movies.
am using NordVPN and CyberGhost without any problems.
CyberGhost. They're really awesome but I have a feeling their speeds are going to be turtle slow with all those users slamming away at their servers.
I mean the only good thing the UK has going for it in this case is that you can hop the channel and use any other European countries servers without increasing your ping too much. We in North America don't have that luxury.
Realistically, you'll be paying around five bucks a month for a VPN that doesn't have a data cap, has reasonable speeds and doesn't mess around with your data/computer. I think CyberGhost has a rather generous free plan, but otherwise, I don't really know what to specifically recommend.
CyberGhost is pretty good, free (though you have to wait 30 secs whilst it 'sets it up', and it disconnects you after 3 or 4 hours, but you can just click connect again).
Or the paid version which is a few quid a month gets rid of all that and gives you access to faster servers, which may be handy since ive had a few really slow servers in the past, but just connect again and it's all good.
Edit: Better explanation of the waiting at setup thing here
Replying to Divergent2000's advice, here are a few VPNs you should use if you are planning on using them. They work for me, at a school that blocks everything, and all of them are free.
CyberGhost VPN, on the google chrome store
BetterNet, from App store or chrome store
PP vpn, at the google chrome store. Just a heads up, but it only gives you 30min access per day.
I think finding one of their sites that isn't already being watched by the government and actually have enough seeders is hard to come by nowadays. That and them saying not to download without using CyberGhost(or other service) to hide your IP address...
"Please also note that using CyberGhost for downloading copyrighted content is illegal and an abuse of our service." - Cyberghost FAQ
I just used megadownloader with a vpn ( CyberGhost premium, and no i didn't buy it ) and it worked perfectly, down speed was 5/6mbs no matter the server was. When a download stops i just change server.. Idk why everyone is crying about it but i just downloaded like 7/8 GBs without a problem..
Thanks to everyone who uploads.
Edit 1 : CHECK HERE PLEASE
Edit 2 : Oh please.. -2 points ? Why would you even downvote instead of putting a new suggestion..
As it has been stated, Tor is not a VPN. Second, torrents leak your IP, so people will see it regardless. You should have looked up that section on the tor website, plus it puts a lot of strain on the network. Just don't do it. Get NordVPN or CyberGhost VPN and you will be fine.
Buddy, just use any of these 5 VPN Services recommended by other Redditors if you have any doubts.
This is the easiest way to use torrent safely.
I am using CyberGhost and Nord, and it automatically blocks any trojan, malware or ads, etc.
AFAIK the free CyberGhost does not support P2P / torrents. See their Support
They do have VPN servers that allow P2P / torrents but those are on their paid VPN service.
Feel free to contact CyberGhost support directly to verify if you like.
EDIT: How did you get to their free VPN service? I don't see it on their website anymore, did they hide it?
That's rather relevant information. Then the PROTECT act doesn't apply and /u/-CyberGhost- is correct that the US doesn't have jurisdiction. However, there are two things that can happen:
You can try to get him held indefinitely as a sexually violent predator as in my other comment.
He should be deported and permanently barred from entry to the US upon his release. This is probably what will happen, but there are cases where it hasn't.
Additionally, they may transfer him to Mexican custody after his release for him to be tried in Mexico. Without knowing the specifics of your case, I can't guess the likelihood of that happening.
Use ProtonMail to create an email account and then use that to register for Facebook. Use that fake account of yours to create a Facebook page with anonymity. Use CyberGhost VPN for extra security if you want it.
Guys, I am here to say, it is not hard to #walkaway from services like Facebook, Twitter, and even Google. Facebook and Twitter? Just delete them. Keep an anonymous troll Twitter account if you'd like.
Google? Turn off all the tracking on your phone. Use a VPN (CyberGhost and Nord are my favorites). Use FireFox Focus with DuckDuckGo set as your search engine. Open a ProtonMail account and migrate everything away from your Gmail.
I'm working on eventually using LineageOS and removing Google Play Services completely from my phone.
STOP GIVING THESE COMPANIES YOUR DATA. STOP ALLOWING THEM SO MUCH ACCESS TO YOUR LIVELIHOOD.
Idk, I got 5 years of CyberGhost for free because I met the guy who runs it and he hooked me up, I don’t know a ton about vpns but it seems quick enough that I can hardly notice I’m using it. Also he’s got tons of servers all over the world. So location spoofing and stuff is easy.
I'd highly recommend not using a free VPN. If you arent paying for a service to make the company money YOU are the product the company is using to make money.
If you really want to i think the free version of CyberGhost is pretty good.
German here: try using different DNS servers first, T-Online DNS is poisoned and shit anyway. Here is a short guide but you can also change the DNS server in your router so that all devices in your LAN use Google DNS.
If that doesnt help try the free version of CyberGhost... There client is really easy to understand. If you know how to use steam you wont have any issues setting up their VPN client.
Just send me a pm if you have questions.
This is not a crack. It just unlocks the UI so that is seems you have premium, but actually you are still either using Free Servers (which are not torrent enabled) or you will not get a connection at all.
And it's ridiculous you "sell" this post as an option to "try" CyberGhost. You can simply download the 7-day trial version and try all Premium Features, including all servers.
Installing a cracked and thus potentially malicious VPN app is comparable to buy a lock from a thief. Why would you risk, that ALL you internet traffic gets routed to a malicious VPN server.
Only the most stupid people on earth will install a cracked VPN client.
Just my 2 cents.
Make sure, whatever the choice, that it's a "no log" VPN. CyberGhost is, and is actually quite fast. I have no complaints. Also, when using it, I get no DNS leakage. So, that's a plus too! You can test it at .
Is CyberGhost better than Windscribe? Also, could you suggest a VPN (free) for a Linux user? I have a 2 mbps connection. What's the average speed that I can get on a free VPN services? Also, free VPNs are usually shat on. Are you really comfortable using a free VPN?
My experience has been mostly okay.
I have a 300mbps connection and top out at about 170mbps on Nord (but it's almost exactly the same on CyberGhost, PIA, and Mullvad since I've used them all).
P2P has been fine for me, averaging about 1-6mbps depending on amount of seeders.
*Note: I use full system VPN and in application VPN as well for double VPN. Keeps my torrents IP separate from my system IP.
Netflix works perfectly fine for me on USA servers over server #1700 (For some reason server numbers under that don't work for me)
CyberSec is completely irrelevant if you use an ad blocker but a cool features to have
Kill switch works very well. I use application specific Killswitch and it works well.
If you set a VPN to connect through a country in the European Union, you can watch them on - at least you could last season. I haven't seen whether the offer of free streaming NFL games to fans in Europe has been continued this season.
I used my CyberGhost account to do it last year. Much less of a hassle than wading through a bunch of pop ups on the less legal streaming sites.
Skidanjem torrenta ne radiš ništa ilegalno. Kupovinom medija za pohranu podataka si platio namet za tobožnju zaštitu autorskih prava. Seedanje je već problematično iako se to kod nas ne prati, ali ako te baš brine, uvijek možeš koristiti nekakav VPN poput CyberGhosta.
As /u/-CyberGhost- pointed out, absent a question there's nothing really here for us to do.
Just by guessing the direction this is going though, I have a few questions for you.
1) Did you steam clean the carpets, either yourself or professionally before moving out?
1b) Do you have the receipts for any such cleaning.
2) Did your landlord provide an itemized list of damages they are withholding your security deposit for?
3) Did you pay an extra pet deposit? Any extra monthly pet fees?
I had this issue when I bought my new PC. The only solution that worked for me was downloading a VPN and then downloading the game with the VPN on. CyberGhost is what I used, I think. It was free. Expect severely reduced download speeds.
I actually just got my first warning a couple months back from Warner Bros. Some people might be interested in knowing that you can get a year of CyberGhost VPN on for about $8 USD right now.
A VPS might be good but once your one server is blocked - no Netflix. The cheaper ones I know is NordVPN, PIA (though I don't think they work with Netflix, not sure), CyberGhost, Vypr maybe. I also suggest checking out r/vpncoupons, you can find pretty neat discounts there
Run a speed test before you pay them money (even though they do offer refunds)
If it's anything like CA and the US then, you should get great speeds and low latency.
I know that CyberGhost offers servers in CZ if you are interested in a solid provider who offers servers in CZ.
CyberGhost VPN is very pricey. You guys should switch over to OrcaVPN (). Their standard prices starts at $2/month but right now they have a 50% off promotion so $1/month.
Also if you're torrenting, you definitely want to use servers outside the U.S. OrcaVPN is based overseas and they don't track or log so they will not be compliant with U.S. jurisdictions. Just my advice for a cheap VPN service that's reliable.
There are literally thousands of these online. They are web proxies to get around restrictions. Generally used at school. When I went to school I used these all the time.
This is not a "In browser VPN" this is a simple web proxy. Guy uses his websites IP to connect to websites inside his. Therefore, leaving only data on his server, not your computer. Very common.
As stated below, if you want something secure for browsing at home, on the go, and whatnot, buy a VPN service. They are generally simple to set up. Good providers are
Private Internet Access, blackVPN, CyberGhost, and some others.
But if you cant run a VPN at school a very unknown proxy site I have used many times in the past is fathernote.
p.s. that proxy in insecure using Google Analytics, and Google Adsense.
I'm mad at CyberGhost. I purchased one of their year offers and took too long (1 month or so) to activate it, so it expired. I contacted customer support and they basically told me I was SOL.
So I say "fuck them" any chance I get.
This happened in EU west 1-2 weeks ago. Login server blocked half of Europe's IPs, and no word from riot in like 8 hours, I feel you.
Something that helped was using a VPN. Or try googling CyberGhost 5 and download it, give that a try. Set to a different country. Maybe Canada or Mexico if that's an option? Or maybe you can set to another state if you live in the US.
Did you really use your affilite link when linking to HMA?
But anyway, as stated no. They don't care about privacy, have crap support, and are overpriced. I would look into CyberGhost or another provider that offers services as such.
Saw this, closed app, loaded my CyberGhost VPN and flipped on all protection options.
Tried the app and both Old and New in Chrome.
All 3 worked, posting in the app from an Australian end point (I'm actually in the US).
Maybe there are issues with specific VPN providers, but VPN alone doesn't appear to be an issue.
Any VPN provider can read or modify your HTTP traffic. Some VPN provides can do even more (like CyberGhost since their client installs a root cert on Windows). It's necessary to trust your VPN provider to not do anything malicious with that traffic. And if you don't or can't trust a single party that much, you need to either my be using a VPN or using it combination with other tech that distributes that trust a little, like Tor.
Thanks for the extension. I've used a few of the screen grabber extensions before over the years and didn't like most of them.
I've had good luck with CyberGhost VPN which randomly selects a US location, it regularly turns up the good offers. I get even better pre-approved offers whether or not I'm using a VPN but I still have a few minimum spends I'm working towards.
I wouldn't put it past that ultimately, he used a VPN provider that was subpoena'd and they gave up the logs. I was recently reading an article a few weeks back where even some VPN providers that boast they don't, did ( I think it was NordVPN? ) - anyway, another one also gave a transparency report of how many subpoena's they had. CyberGhost's 2015 transparency report
On a related note, I've noticed that I can't access GOMI when I'm using a free VPN (TunnelBear or CyberGhost), so I had just assumed she was blocking those as well. Punish everyone for the "sins" of a few! Way to grow your user base, lady.
Who maintains the proxy? Who pays for the upkeep of said proxy?
Open source torrent clients aren't designed to generate revenue & operate VPN/Proxy business on the side. Also keep in mind the VPN/proxy would need to respond to DMCA notices or at least know how to handle those.. that's a fair amount of work, not clear if you were expecting that for free.
That said if what you're looking for is torrent clients + proxy/VPN bundles then you could always pay for uTorrent Pro + VPN. BitTorrent Inc is a company set up to generate revenue so it would be in their interest to sell you something like that.
Rockstars downloader is so incredibly slow I've never had consistent speeds over 400kbit/sec (not mbit lol sorry). Use a VPN and it'll solve that problem for some reason. I used a free one and got my full 4MB/sec speed. Used CyberGhost and was happy.
Stop using Windows. Get Linux. Go with Ubuntu if you never used Linux before but try to learn Arch. I tried all distros, nothing beats Antergos
Stop using CyberGhost. Get NordVPN or AirVPN. Head on over to /r/vpn and chose on based on jurisdiction and logs policy. These are the two that I narrowed it down to last time I checked and I currently use one of the two.
Use a browser such as Firefox or Chromium(preferably Firefox). Buff it up with uBlock Origin, https everywhere and disconnect(these are extensions) at the very least.
Head on over to and check to see if you're not leaking DNS or Geo data.
Once you realize you are, set your DNS to static and use and install WebRTC Network Limiter extension.
This should cover all your bases as a start.
I've never actually heard of any of those VPN's personally. I would probably instead recommend CyberGhost Free and connect to a Swiss server. In fact, premium is on sale now so if you like it you can upgrade cheap. Be sure to check for DNS leaks () otherwise you may be leaking data - honestly though, if somebody wants to track you down that bad and they have the resources - they will get you. There are people employed to do that sort of thing full-time, it's not if - it's when.
You can't watch live games if you're "in the states." You can use a free VPN tool, like CyberGhost to set your location to Romania (cheapest place for gamepass) and then you can watch the live games. Just make sure that when you purchase gamepass, you have your location set outside the states or I think it will purchase you the wrong subscription. The price can be a lot cheaper for certain regions too, and usually Romania is the cheapest.
Edit: Apparently New Zealand was the cheapest last year
The traffic that comes and goes from your Tor Browser is encrypted, so MITM attacks on your LAN is pretty much useless. The traffic is also encrypted between all the nodes on within the Tor network. However, the traffic between the last node and the actual destination is open (unless TLS was used, of course), and might even be intercepted.
With all that said, Login to your bank account with Tor is a REALLY BAD IDEA.
Please read this:
Instead, I suggest you use a VPN. Preferably it's recommended you pay for the VPN service to ensure they don't sell your data. However, CyberGhostVPN is a pretty reliable VPN provider that has a free service (as long as you don't need P2P and don't mind waiting a little bit.)
Stay away from Hola: it is known for using your internet connection for other stuff you do 't want. I got MilkVR using the free version of CyberGhost. Install it, enable an automatic US VPN connection, download MilkVR ( and anything else that might be of interest) and uninstall CyberGhost again.
I tried everything in this thread using CyberGhost and set my location to Singapore and also tried Hong Kong - nothing worked. I then downloaded Private Tunnel, set it to Hong Kong, and it actually worked. Basically, killed origin and the helper, started Private Tunnel, connected to HK, started origin as admin, clicked Play and it started downloading the digital deluxe content. The free allowance of this VPN is 200MB, which isn't enough to download the extra content. So I paused the download, turned off Private Tunnel and switched back to CyberGhost - everything is still working.
CyberGhost placed a bunch of tracking cookies in my Windows temp folder. Hitman pro antivirus detected and removed them. I would not trust this company. They never replied back when I contacted them about this.
/u/s7w7 gave great advice. +1
Here is our FAQ - it contains some good information for new buyers.
Also, CyberGhost is an awesome free VPN service.
Yeap, I'm having the same issue since yesterday. It goes smooth for like 3-5min then the connection gets blocked. You can watch using VPN, I'm using the CyberGhost(free) and i can watch at source quality just fine.
Also, where you guys from? I think it's only happening here in Brazil.
~~Edit: Looks like Twitch or the ISP fixed the issue, let's hope so :D~~
Edit²: Parece que o problema ainda existe, mas pelo menos está melhor que antes. Se você conseguir assistir a stream ela não caíra mais(só ficar dando refresh até aparecer).
Yes. Download CyberGhost on your PC or smartphone (it's free).
Use a Spotify supported country in CyberGhost to create an account, I used Spain for example.
Then link your Spotify account to your US account on your PS4. Done.
If you have any other questions, shoot them out.
I loved The Sims 1 and 2 as a youngin', and when 3 came out, I tapped the extensive modding community for content and REALLY got into it. I got all the expansions except for Generations (all my Sims are young and sexy, sorry), and utilized enough behavioral mods and user-created items and clothing that I was able to open a profitable brothel. I had an army of hoes and a pimp grandmother named Nan, and nobody needed to know anyone in order to be able to WooHoo with them.
Then, when Into The Future came out, I recruited myself a purple alien guy to go around and spread his seed throughout town. It was neat using the time machine and seeing my purple progeny out walking around.
I guess I'm just a perv. I've zero interest in Sims 4, though.
FWIW, I can reconcile my love of Sims games with my immense hatred for EA and Origin by, erm... utilizing my CyberGhost subscription.
>CyberGhost VPN - Update. CyberGhost removed the Pixel 2o minutes after this research was presented to them. Well done CG.
Yeah but why did they have it in the first place and how can you trust them in the future? lol
Hey! Take a look at CyberGhost VPN, a top VPN provider from Romania, Europe, we don't keep logs, so we are much safer than all the other VPN providers. You can ask all the questions you want here: ?s=a6be00e1541b7ca11f45e37ea0935346cce0b436.
The CyberGhost one in the Humble Bundle was horrifically oversubscribed after the bundle and would likely cause a lot of lag for normal use; it'd take me like 2-3 seconds to load up Google on some servers.
I could only get about an 8Mbit download out of their servers, down from about 170Mbit normally; tried about a dozen servers all over Europe and they were all really overloaded.
No your wifi will not be faster...
You still have to have an internet source for a VPN to work. It's not an ISP. I really think you don't understand what a VPN is as you seem to think it's some kind of ISP.
Read up on it as it's like a proxy in a way, only it encrypts your traffic.
i found this on another forum and it worked for me:
"Found a temporary fix, i use the VPN program CyberGhost5 (freeware), when i use this program i can play without any problem.. not the best solution since some programs won't work (Teamspeak as example) but you can just turn it off to play other games and use all programs, rest of the internet works fine, can even use netflix with hd streaming without any problems!"
I recommend CyberGhostVPN. It’s paid for, but it’s extremely secure; so far their record is spotless, they’ve never cooperated with LEO or any governments and they’re located outside of the 14 eyes so you don’t have to worry much about that.
Aside from posting in the wrong place for this, What did the support refuse to help you with? Maybe you can try to ask here and maybe the community can help you out? If it's something the application doesnt do, then I dont know how support can help you.
If you're looking to jump ship, check out thatoneprivacyguys list of VPNs and do your own research and find what fits your needs.
I've personally used CyberGhost, NordVPN, Mullvad and PIA and currently use both PIA and NordVPN for different reasons. (One being PIA was a humbleBundle but also exactly what I needed)
Free or paid? The free CyberGhost VPN does not allow torrents
Most/all free VPNs don't allow torrents.
So the easiest way that I do it is to use my phone as I don’t have a PC anymore. I have an app called CyberGhost it’s all touches of a button and choosing US as my server, the open the CW app and boom! US free streaming.
I believe I had to create a fake American apple account - I can’t remember now. Takes about 15 minutes to get everything sorted - depends how bad you want to watch it. For me I really wanted to watch the Flash& The 100 hah!
I had this type of shit when I was using VyprVPN I simply closed my account and switched VPN providers. I now use CyberGhost who say they don’t keep any logs and I have had a problem since. Are you using a VPN on your VPS?
If you want to use a VPN for privacy, do NOT use a VPN service whose HQ is in America, Canada, much of Europe (though according to all sources, CyberGhost, from Romania, is okay), Australia or New Zealand. Apart from that you should be a lot better off.
But as a rule of thumb, ExpressVPN and NordVPN are your two best bets. I've personally used CyberGhost for a few years now, but only because I like their PC and mobile app GUIs more that I do with the others. Even though the other two are top-rated, I feel like I have less control over them since they're just load-n-click simple apps.
Why do you need a VPN with DNS? Most VPN providers will give you the option to use their DNS or the servers DNS that the VPN is hosted on.
A simple VPN with a US ip will allow you to watch netflix. CyberGhost or PIA would do that fine and both supply their own DNS. If all you want to do is watch netflix even these two plug-ins would work.
If all you want to do is unblock netflix and don't care about your privacy then just use the plug-ins.
Tutorial if you want to get the keys yourself outside US:
Download CyberGhost () its a vpn program that also allows unlimited free trial with some restrictions.
After you download and install select US as your simulated country, click the button to start protection and wait for it to connect.
Start up a different browser or clear your cookies and go to .
Create a new uplay account (this is important) and follow the instructions on the page.
Congratulations you just generated one of these codes yourself, you dont have to have the VPN enabled when you enter the code on your real account, enjoy.
If you can't install another newer ROM on it, then try using a VPN (CyberGhost is free, but it may annoy you). You can also use the HTTPS Everywhere extension from the EFF on Firefox for Android as well as on a desktop browser. I'm not entirely sure if that defeats SSLstrip attacks, though. Its HTTPS-only mode should work against that, though, but it may break some sites that don't use HTTPS for everything.
You make it sound like most, if not all, free providers do this, but the only one I could think of that does is Hola. ZenMate, to my knowledge, is safe to use for the most part. However, if you want a free provider, you should probably just install CyberGhost and use that. Despite the limitations, they are very trustworthy.
Much better. More accurate, more responsive, more precise, more immersion, etc. It is around 100 dollars better. ;)
Most games are pay ware and prices range from 3 to 15 dollar. Quite a few non-game apps are free.
No. Well, you can disable the Gear VR services and get Play Store apps working but because of the differences between the cardboard and the Gear VR the apps will mostly look awful: bad animation, stutters, etc. So, no, they don't really work.
Afaik only two apps aren't directly available outside of the US (MilkVR and a game) but you can get them anyway if you use a free VPN app like CyberGhost.
I don't know why people are being like this..
If you want a free VPN just know they'll probably be using your data to track/sell to companies. If that's not a problem with you, I used CyberGhost for a while. They have a good premium service, but they also have a decent free service. There's usually a queue to connect (if you're free), and you can only stay connected I think about 2 hours at a time? The queue usually runs down pretty quick, the longest I ever waited while testing it out was about 3-5 minutes. I suppose it depends on the time of day you're trying to connect.
Just give them a look, I haven't heard of any other good free VPN's that provide a quality service. They might still sell your info, but at least you're getting decent service.
Well, looks like there's quite a bit of interest. If any of you guys know of good, free VPN services (ie, no bandwidth limits, decently fast servers, etc), it would be great if you can mention them. Just in case CyberGhost stopped offering their free version (haven't checked in months).
ZenMate works differently. That's why they only have a certain amount of countries you can fake. They have some servers in some countries to which the user connects.
But companies like ZenMate that work for the most part free (I know, they have a premium subscription now) are dangerous in a different way: they might collect your data and your behaviour on the Internet and sell that data. No proof, that ZenMate is one of those doing it like that, but you always have the risk.
I'm using the paid VPN CyberGhost. They're not working for free what minimizes the risk of them wanting to sell your data.
If you want to trust a free VPN, ZenMate is probably the safest. They seem to be a professional little startup company.
You still have 4 days to get a year of CyberGhost for less than $8 (if you're a new user) from Humble Bundle:
This isn't a problem that can be fixed by someone poking around your computer. The only thing that seems to work with any regularity is using a VPN such as CyberGhost.
ps: asking a stranger to take control of your PC is a Really Bad Idea and I'd really, really rethink your strategy here.
Exista VPN si pentru Android.
Dar Spotify trebuie doar accesat odata pe luna dintr-o tara unde e disponibil pentru a functiona. Poti folosi CyberGhost de pe Windows ca sa iti activezi de exemplu contul in Anglia, dupa care intri de pe telefon si asculti cat vrei.
The ability to run P2P/torrents for one. The free Cyberghost does not allow P2P/torrents.
Also, PIA allows P2P/torrents on all their VPN servers. The paid CyberGhost VPN service only allows torrents on certain VPN servers of theirs, not all of them.
CyberGhost doesn't keep logs, so you're good there. The only thing I can suggest is using a GNU/Linux distro as your host machine. Using Windows or OS X is a bad idea because the host machine can see what you're doing on the guest machine.
In relation to #3, this may be relevant:
I have zero experience with CyberGhost. All I can say is that it's not a VPN that seems to be recommended very often.
I was contemplating purchasing the promotional package also, but after CyberGhost's inability to respond to and answer a simple question regarding their VPN service (which still hasn't been addressed), I soon realised that this company isn't worth my time or money.
CyberGhost does not have a Singapore server.
They have a $2 two day account. I used them to unlock Skyrim 24 hours early, Battlefield 3 16 hours early, and I'll be using them in 90 minutes to unlock SimCity early.
I went on r/vpn the other day to see what VPN is good, oh my god, they where shitting on every single VPN provider saying they're dodgy or not worth it or are selling your data etc, all without specifying what provider they use. Instead they just point you in the direction of some complicated table with dozens of VPN providers with their positives and negatives. I was more confused than when I started.
I've been using CyberGhost for free for a few weeks and it seems to work fine. Those on r/vpn were very damning of CyberGhost though, would you say they're worth it?
> latest Humble Bundle (running until the 14th November) includes Stardocks Fences and Deskscapes. They're in the main part of the bundle, so you can pay $1 and get both. Also part of the first tier is Opus File Manager and Breevy (a utility that allows you to create abbreviations that automatically render as full text).
In the next tier, there's DisplayFusion (multiple monitors utility), a one year subscription to some password-remembering thing and a one year subscription to CyberGhost VPN. The top tier gives you Acronis True Image and BitDefender anti-virus (one year subscription).>
You can get a one year subscription to it right now for basically free:
Also has BitDefender 2017 / Acronis True Image 2017 / CyberGhost VPN 1 year subscription / Display fusion for $20, it's pretty slick.
Get a VPN. Most of them require you to get the premium (paid) version to use p2p connections (Torrent).
PrivateInternetAccess and CyberGhost are both supposed to be pretty good, I've personally only used CG though.
Just a warning, your connection is gonna be noticeably slower while the VPN is running, so probably a good idea to turn it off for regular browsing.
But you're using it to download Linux ISOs, right? ;)
Similar, but a VPN is meant to catch all your traffic. Proxies are more limited. TOR is more complicated, in that it funnels all your traffic through three separate machines before it touches the web, called onion routing.
However TOR speeds are typically very slow for anything more demanding than Wikipedia. A VPN service will have more bandwidth, and are reasonably affordable. CyberGhost has a free VPN you can try/use, and occasionally they have specials where you can get some free service time in exchange for your email.
It depends what country you are in, but no, the police cannot knock on your door if you merely go to a torrenting website. The "safest" way to torrent, would be downloading a VPN. There are free ones, like CyberGhost. It makes it safer and harder to track you, I would highly recommend this if you are worried.
They install a root CA? That's scary. It's even scarier because they don't need to. I've used CyberGhost on Linux with just openvpn configuration files no need to add a root CA so their system clearly isn't dependant on it.
Free VPN? Nope. VPN that costs money? Yes it'll be secure. Be sure to check if the VPN is torrent friendly. BTGuard, CyberGhostVPN, PrivateInternetAccess, they are pretty good and torrent friendly.
Instead of VPN, you can use Seedbox, though it isn't a good idea as you are not a heavy downloader. Yet, you can search and choose a small seedbox.
IPFiltering helps, too.
Plus check if the vpn is working or not Also, check if your original IP is hidden or not
I use SecurityKiss on my virtual machines. Free accounts don't have very large bandwidth allowances, but they work nonetheless.