DotVPN and you can choose which country you want too so you can access blocked/region locked stuff
Nope, ainda tem muita diferença, eu por exemplo tenho usado Netflix nas ultimas semanas para ver The Office e Parks and Recreation que antigamente estavam disponiveis no Brasil e agora não estão mais. A única vantagem é que no no Netflix BR tem uma quantidade de conteúdo nacional bem maior. (Que não é o conteúdo que eu busco.) Enfim, tenho usado o DotVPN e não tenho tido problemas.
They recently recently added the option of a premium subscription, making it less likely that they will sell your data for profit. However this new update is what made me stop using it, as they made most of the locations premium-only. Another good VPN is DotVPN, which only limits speed for free users and has more features in general, such as ad-blocking. If you are very worried about security, simply do your research on the companies.
~~anybody else with this blocked threat had/has the chrome extension "DotVPN"?~~
edit: maybe reverse asking would be better to connect the issue to the extension
it was a pretty reliable vpn extension and apparently has either some issue or it has gone rogue if everyone has this extension
Nice. My wife uses ZorinOS so she themed Vivaldi to blend in, dark with light blue so it has that Tron feel.
Aside from the uBlock Origin and uMatrix, I also use HTTPSEverywhere, LastPass, TamperMonkey, DotVPN, and ChromeiQL (for dev).
I was quite confused when I was unable to send messagse through whatsapp. Then I realized I'm living in Turkey..
Additional info for people residenting in Turkey, I found out that if you don't have zenmate insalled and logged in on your computer, you can not log in at the moment. They didn't block acces to zenmate's page but the traffic when you try to log in.
I didn't have any vpn installed on my new computer, DotVPN (chrome extension) works fine for now on pc and Snap VPN on android.
I seem to have managed to find out which countries are blocked (thanks to this website:
Australia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, South Korea (of course), Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Taiwan.
Also, thanks /u/BurntJoint for the DotVPN suggestion. It works now that I changed locations to Japan. Hola VPN doesn't seem to work, though I always use it.
DotVPN is a free VPN service. I’d guess this is the cause of your issue. “Free” VPNs are inevitably either very dangerous from a trust perspective or make their money through adware or other sketchy methods (or both).
Nuke your machine and start over. If you want to use a VPN go with a sensible paid VPN like PIA, AirVPN...there’s lots of good choices out there. For example, PIA is less than $4/month. Don’t be a cheapskate with your privacy and security.
I think a VPN is your best bet. Set it to USA for Yahoo/ Hulu and UK for Netflix.
Don't use Hola though. I use DotVPN but I'm there's others. I'm sure more technically minded people than me, could steer you to the best one.
Im going to give a shoutout to the best free VPN i know of.
Its called DotVPN for the Chrome browser. Its literally just one click and it works, unlike a few other ones i have tried before where you have to sign up and hope you find servers that work. This has never failed me so far.
It unlocks videos from VIU, ODK and all Youtube region locks.
> 3 - I still recommend you watch it from the actual site here. I used DotVPN google chrome extension and set it to UK and used BT20 5YD as the postcode for itv sign up.
Good lookin out
My school blocked Google Translate years ago so I started using DotVPN, well then they blocked that. Now no vpns work and neither do any proxies, or so they think.
I downloaded a copy of the Tor Browser Bundle at home and brought it in on a flashdrive and now the whole internet is fair game.
I misread your post, sorry. I thought you meant every time you access it brought up some screen to login. When I used DotVPN, the VPN turned me into a Tor Exit Node which meant I had to fill out a Captcha in literally every site I went to.
There is dozen of free extentions for google chrome, that I personnaly use. Google it for more infos.
On my laptop I use DotVPN works as hell free and efficient. For my Android: Proxy Master, it's really a master you can choose between like 10 Usa servers and dozen other countries. Hope I helped.
for the Chrome users among us, try using DotVPN or ZenMate and you should be able to access it (;
Link to DotVPN
Link to ZenMate
(both are 100% free, install and go)
If you can't find a TV, this year's Super Bowl will be on NBC. NBC network itself provides free live stream on its website on your browser's extension since I believe it doesn't work if you are outside the US.
Alternatively, there will be a thread on /r/nflstreams where people link to stream links. There is usually a guy posting links to Chinese streams. I sometimes watch the Chinese streams because they are in 720p/1080p, no commercial and they broadcast different stuff compared to the usual FOX/CBS/ESPN/NBC.
There are apps in Chrome that make your IP look like it's somewhere else. I'm using DotVPN at the moment. Have it connect, then start the stream, then disconnect the app. You can also pay for a VPN, usually around $5 a month, that'll change your IP. I'm down in Vancouver and have watched nearly every game on this year. The HD is fucking awesome, and often you can switch the audio to hear the radio announcers and it matches up very well.
Oh you know government of my country(Kazakhstan) thinks that it's too dangerous. THEY REALLY THINK IT IS PROMOTING TERRORISM! Also they've banned 600 porn sites. Yup, they use money to just ban porn instead of you know building hospitals, schools and updating them.
Oh and don't worry people in my country aren't that stupid. I use DotVPN. Great thing btw can't recommend it enough.
So I don’t have normiegram but if you would like to do something about it here. Unsync your computer or chrome book form everything. Then go to chrome web store and look up DotVPN by and download it. Set it to the nearest place . Usually New York and then you’re good to go you can even access porn with this so use it wisely. I’m fairly sure that they can’t track you anymore with this but don’t quote me on that.
I live in the US and I've been able to watch all the episodes on the CBC website (using the DotVPN Chrome extension, with location set to Canada). You can even watch the episodes live as they air, and so far they've kept all the episodes up online. I thought season 1 was pretty good, but season 2 is amazing. I really hope they broadcast it in the US sometime soon!
Might be a bit late but maybe you can use the info for next time.
DotVPN is a chrome extension. You have to make an account and then just select the country you want to connect your VPN too. I've been using it for netflix streaming and watched the darts with it today on the ITV Player. Works like a charm. Might lag a bit in the beginning but give it a minute or 2 to get going and you should be fine
EDIT: If you use the extension make sure to disable or disconnect when you're not using it cause it will automatically connect when you start up your browser.
I use Chrome on Mac due to the fact that Safari on Mac has issues with a TweetDeck modification I use called "TweetDeck Enhancer".
Also, I use the extension "DotVPN" to bypass my dad's and school's WiFi filtering.
I've used it here and there, but not regularly.
That site is probably safer than using torrents.
Torrents (even movies and stuff) are not illegal to download but the way torrents work, you are also uploading to other users at the same time you are THATS what they get you for... for "sharing".
This site uses direct downloads and doesn't make you share with anyone else. You are simply downloading it.
If you are super paranoid, get ZenMate or DotVPN extensions for Chrome browser and use them when downloading, but I really dont think it's necessary.
The game is blacked out all across the US because for some reason MLS thinks the best way to do this is to have the games on Univsion. Your best bet is to use a VPN to get it working. My suggestion is to download DotVPN for Chrome, a free web extension. When you log into MLS live, get to the screen where it says the game is blacked out. Then turn on the VPN, and I set it to somewhere in Europe and refresh. That will get past the blackout. Once the stream is up and running, you can turn off the VPN since I've noticed it slows down my internet.
If you or anyone else has any questions about the process, feel free to send me a message or comment. I hate the MLS blackout as someone who can't afford cable, so I've figured out ways to get around it.
I use DotVPN, works great I use it to bypass stuff at school (plus it is free).
I also wish to recommend Surfeasy VPN for a good paid VPN.
Here are the links
Surfeasy is free for only some memory, but you can pay for unlimited, I love Surfeasy the best.
DotVPN is your friend. Free VPN at the click of an icon in the location bar, with a list of different countries to chose from.
You'll need to use a proxy or VPN. If you only want one to bypass regional restrictions, the free version of DotVPN will probably be enough. They both have Chrome and Firefox extensions which makes them easy to use.
Yeah, i installed Google Chrome and DotVPN on my ipod touch it works great, but it doesn't seem to work when it do it on my Chromebook for some reason, the video doesn't even load.
But, at least it works on my ipod touch, better than nothing... i guess.
DotVPN? I use it from time to time and was recommended to it by a friend. Pretty well from what I see and its just a chrome extension as well. Extension for Chrome - DotVPN
Ik raad je DotVPN aan. Ik heb hem toevallig net ook zelf geprobeerd voor iemand in het buitenland. Hij heeft gratis Nederlandse servers, is snel geïnstalleerd en kost niets. Je krijgt ook gratis 7 dagen 'Turbo Speed', wat in ieder geval genoeg is om gewoon de livestream te kijken. Succes!
DotVPN is better since it lets you use a UK server to watch iPlayer
Edit: Annnd now it's not working anymore for iPlayer :( Fucking NBC, if they had their shit together like BBC, I wouldn't have to do this shit
If you're using Google Chrome, you can just download the extension called "DotVPN", and create a new Uplay account with it. Then you can turn it off after making the Uplay account and it should work perfectly fine.
Hmm I think I didn't have to use a VPN when I was in NL for the ZDF one. But could be mistaken as I do have one installed. Anyways they are easy to get, even browser extensions like DotVPN work like a charm.
I've been talking up TrackMeNot, one of the IT pros I am FB friends with (who's sort of a dick) got real sniffy about it. He said this:
>TrackMeNot isn't going to help much. Windows 10 has a VPN client, but that's not actually going to help much either unless you're also running a VPN server that you can proxy through.
>End to end encryption through a proxy is the way to go.
>I'm still evaluating and researching and haven't put together my recommendations yet. But I will soon. Currently testing DotVPN.
What do you think? Is he right?
You need a VPN to login, once you are logged in you can use spotify for 14 days before logging in again. Use ThunderVPN(Free) for iOS and Android. DotVPN(Freemium) for chrome on PC. Make sure you select a US location before trying to log in.
I sometimes use a chrome extension for circumventing YouTube geoblocking called DotVPN. its free and seems to work pretty well for me, but i only have used it for the couple minutes for the YT video then i switch it off since i no longer need it. I used to use Hola but that turned out bad.
If I want to buy DotVPN extension for chrome and use all of my downloading of torrents from that chrome browser with it active, would that also protect me once I've downloaded the torrent and am seeding in Vuze?
If you are using google chrome, a quick and easy way is by grabbing a VPN extension. ex: DotVPN - sign up for a free account, set location to japan and you should be able to access
Also, don't forget to disable/uninstall it after you are done - wouldn't want your everyday internet browsing slowed down.
probs a bit late but..
I use DotVPN it's a free plugin for Google Chrome on the chrome thing. You can dl it to your browser and choose which ever country you'd like to browse from, they do however throttle your speed if you're a free user but you can pay a couple dollars a month for unlimited speeds.
Boas, sei que isto ja foi postado à uns dias mas posso vos ajudar.
Não precisam de mudar nada, apenas com uma simples extensão para o Google Chrome conseguem fazer isso sem trabalho. Aqui vai o link (Ou podem sempre pesquisar por "DotVPN" no google) A mim solucionou-me o problema, espero ajudar-vos tambem. Até mais
i use DotVPN in chrome, its been solid for me and has some good features for a free vpn, good selection of countries (I'm in the UK btw)
Chrome store link
Well Gaijin did mention how you can access the market, you have to take a drive to a country where the market is available and then switch your nation to that one.
That means you could get a free VPN, even a chrome extension one like DotVPN would do and change your IP to France or Germany or any other close by country then change your Gaijin accounts location to France as well. Other than that though I can't think of any other way.
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Edit: If you don't have a VPN (get one silly people) then you can download DotVPN as a chrome add on and try it for 7 days. They have a fast server in Sweden you can connect through. give bs information
I've got same problem... and my aunt, and my mom too. Here is what happened:
Avast suddenly alerts me, that is infected. Ok. It happens every 3rd minutes, or something. Antivirus scaning gave me nothing (avast, dr. web, McAffee RR, even f-secure scanner). I tried another software, like AdwCleaner and AVZ. AdwCleaner found an unnamed extention, installed into Chrome.
I reinstalled Chrome (deleted all Users directories and everything with it). When i tried to log in into DotVPN, Avast start alerting me again. Don't know why, but some reason DotVPN is not secured enough. It installing the extention, that must been opening annoying advertising popup every 3 minutes, or something.
ps/ Excuse me for the bad grammar, sukablyad. :3
Any browser like Chrome, Firefox and Opera have some free extensions. Just download free VPN extension.
*Link for Chrome store - *
I would recommend you DotVPN. It's free and easy to use. Every time you are at school laptop, just install DotVPN and you're completly free. And, if you "uninstall it" after using it, they can't even know that you "installed" VPN extension. Only if they looked in some Chrome log files if that is possible...
So, have a Nice browsing on reddit :)
If you don't find anything in that other suggested sub, I've been using DotVPN on my phone and chrome book and it seems to work fine. Alternatively, BetterNet worked pretty well for me but you can only use it to browse from the US and sometimes I like the U.K. Netflix selection
You can access twitch if you use a VPN
Install DotVPN as a chrome extension and then sign up(its totally free).
I recommend changing the server to netherlands as it is the fastest from personal experience and then you should be good to go.
Just to let ya'll know, cheaper VPN's get caught easily by Netflix. Nord VPN being a paid service and pretty reputable doesn't get caught. That being said I tested DotVPN using Chrome and linking to a french server.
Go to . It's high quality 720p video.
If you have a paid sub simply download either Hola or DotVPN extensions for Chrome.
Turn them on, set your browsing location to the UK/Canada/Germany or anywhere with a decent bandwidth, wait for it to connect.
then login to your account on Chrome, click the gameday video icon, and choose "international".
once the game starts playing at a reliable framerate you can turn off the VPN extension.
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Easiest way to get the international pricing is to just use Google Chrome and download the DotVPN app from the Chrome store. Let's you VPN in from various countries. This also works for when you want to watch a game that's blacked out in your area.
This but I'm not sure whether it would work or not.
Also, use an adblock like uBlock Origin if you're going onto streaming sites.
You can also use Chrome and download the DotVPN plugin for free. Does the same thing by making it look like you're browsing the web from another country. It does lag the stream with it on, but as soon as the stream loads, you can turn it off and the stream will be back to normal speed.
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Yep, I use DotVPN, it's a real low profile browser add on that you can toggle on/off. Didn't have to use it in the regular season because I'm out of market, but it saved me from having to use illegal streams during the postseason.
One that is free and a chrome expansion, and although not very fast it at least connects very fast (you can just turn it off when netflix starts loading) is DotVPN.
If you want to do something else than bypass geoblocking, you should take the advice from the other comments
Bro. Just get a VPN and you will be able to play wow off of school net. HotSpot Shield is a free one that works.
If that website is blocked, download google extension DotVPN for google chrome. Then go to the website.
There are ways around it.
Honey, this is what you want to do..
Download Chrome (if you don't already use it) and get the DotVPN extension. It's 71p for a month worth of access and works FLAWLESSLY. 9 times out of 10 I don't even notice a speed difference when it's already running as I go to switch it on for a video.
This applies for anyone out there, actually. You can easily switch your location to a lot of major locations. It genuinely is the simplest, cheapest, most fluid VPN service out there.
just tried one on chrome called DotVPN, its pretty slow, with most of these torrent sites I think the people hosting the websites move faster than the courts, so they changed the domain name slightly and its just basically the same sight, there seems to be perhaps at least 10 piratebay clones
I signed up last month so I could use EuroSports streaming service from the US. Using the Chrome addin I was having latency issues so I immediately asked for a refund. Multiple E-Mails went unanswered so I have filled for a charge back with my credit card provider.
I ended up going with DotVPN and it has worked for me without issue so far.
I'm in Canada and Pandora is blocked here too, BUT there is an easy way around it, depending on your browser.
For firefox you can install a proxy script and for Chrome you can add a VPN extension. The Chrome one I use is called DotVPN, and I forgot what I used to use for FF, but I could look it up if you want.
Yep, I think the one I was used when I set it up was Hola (iirc people have said it's not that great now?) but there are a few others as well. DotVPN comes to mind. I've been using Private Internet Access for a little over a year now, so I haven't really kept up with the plugins - hope it helps though!
If you haven't got a VPN extension yet and you're not from Canada (I'm not Canadian as well), I recommend either Hola unblocker or DotVPN, both for chrome. DotVPN is a bit more comfortable to use IMO.
hmm i've seen lightspeed, at least i think that's what it was, and if the VPN blocking is uniform for all schools using that system, the browsec extension would work (NL server only), and otherwise try "DotVPN" though be warned, that second one is incredibly slow on chromebooks and other netbooks with weak cpus.
I would strongly advise agains hola since it uses your connection as an exit node Why thats bad
I use DotVPN for Chrome at the moment which is a bit more unreliable but without the same obvious security concerns.
If theres a better alternative let me know.
Awesome advise! thank you. I actually started learning chinese through listening to podcasts on my commute to work. However I am more of a visual learner so it's not going too well. I'll check out !
A couple questions if you don't mind. Was the healthcare good there? Did you have to buy some sort of medical aid or is the government hospitals sufficient?
by google, do you mean even the site google? just looking up stuff?? And would a free VPN tool work like DotVPN?
The food there, can you buy normal stuff to cook normal western food like mince and pasta and burgers etc? or was it mainly chinese kind of food?
thanks again for your help and insight!
Most VPNs for Chrome are pretty terrible. Personally, I prefer to use the built-in VPN in Opera.
Edit: Built-in VPN "in" Opera, not "on" it
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Looking for a good and reliable VPN for accessing tv shows (British content like BBC iPlayer e.t.c) while overseas.
Privacy is not a huge concern for me as I’m only watching tv shows, not sharing or accessing and private/confidential information.
Price I’m not massively bothered about but the healer the better really. Not bothered if the company keeps logs.
I’ve tried DotVPN and TunnelBear but neither seem to work when I try to watch content while overseas.
If your school computers use Google Chrome / Firefox / Opera, try going to their respective store and installing an extension called "DotVPN". It's free and connects easily in my Chrome on the school computers and allows me to bypass the blocks.
There are VPN extensions for Chrome. Super easy and safe to setup. Allows the user to select the country you'd like to be in and then view the website as if you were in that country.
DotVPN is free and good to use. There are others like Hola and Nord. Virtual Private Networks are nice work around to get into a country or certain markets. I use it to appear to be in the UK to be able to watch Baseball without blackout restrictions.
DotVPN - It's a free VPN for chrome(you need to make an account) and you can choose which country you want too so you can access blocked/region locked stuff. Zenmate is a good one too plus you don't need an account for it.
Oh that sucks, I'm sorry for you. Maybe you can try DotVPN.
There is a Chrome extension called DotVPN that is free and allows you see the original website itself, you just need to set the VPN to run from Japan. Although you need to Google Translate the text.
Link to Chrome extension:
You could always install Better net or Chrome's extension DotVPN
(secretly of course).
There is also a problem of remote control of pc in your company (we had that in school where teachers could see your every move).
We found how to bypass that tho- Just go to your and stop the ITALCI and UVNSC(not sure) process.
It's a virtual private network. It makes it seem like you are browsing from another place. If you have your vpn set for USA browsing netflix will give you access to the USA library. I use the DotVPN chrome extention for this purpose