"slow internet speeds" ? I'm in Istanbul right now and Twitter, YouTube, Facebook and WhatsApp is completely blocked. Not slowed down. There is a complete nationwide ban on social media and instant messaging!
Edit: VPN services are being blocked!
VPN Master, Hotspot Shield VPN, Psiphon, Zenmate VPN, TunnelBear, Zero VPN, VyprVPN, Private Internet Access VPN, Espress VPN, IPVanish VPN
I am also having trouble connecting to TOR due to which I fucking hope is not a complete ban of TOR
This is so we can buy ads on Facebook. Need to SDK to confirm the app was installed. Pretty normal stuff. The rest is needed to serve up the correct server, nothing is stored.
The app is monetized by showing ads and upsells to Premium. We are using IPVanish's vpn network who are independently trusted to not log anything.
edit: Devs just removed that javelin geo location API, pushing the new build now. It was legacy code for a map that was no longer used. Appreciate the heads up!
"The corresponding notifications were sent to the address of the services NordVPN, Hide My Ass !, Hola VPN, Openvpn, VyprVPN, ExpressVPN, TorGuard, IPVanish, VPN Unlimited and Kaspersky Secure Connection. They had 30 days to connect to the registry, otherwise Roskomnadzor may decide to block VPN services."
Corporate VPNs protect your data from interception by 3rd parties that might happen to be on the same cafe/hotel network as you, and gives you secure access to data inside the corporate network. These are good things, and you most certainly should start using it for key staff.
IPVanish (and similar 3rd party VPN providers), on the other hand doesn't give you access to your corporate network, and also exposes you to a much more concentrated threat, as the IPVanish network would give a hacker a much higher value target pool.
IPVanish's target market is people who want to stream US Netflix from overseas and want to download torrents without getting caught.
We don't typically jump into Reddit or other forums but this topic is too important to me. I'm the CEO of StackPath and we acquired IPVanish in February, 2017 (more than a year after the lawsuit from 2016). With no exception IPVanish does not, has not, and will not log or store logs of our users as a StackPath company. Most important, StackPath will defend the privacy of our users regardless of who demands otherwise. I can't speak to what happened on someone else's watch but Technology is my life and I've spent my career helping customers build on and use the Internet on their terms. StackPath takes that even further—security and privacy is our core mission. I also happen to be a lawyer and I will spend my last breath protecting individuals' rights to privacy, especially our customers.
lol nothing illegal or anything like that, I use a standard commercial VPN (IPVanish) and ad blocking whenever I'm on the internet. I know I'm probably overly paranoid, but you never know what sort of shit sites have up in the background these days.
Host it yourself, through colocation (expensive), a VPS (cheaper), or a provider you feel is trustworthy (say, IPVanish).
The VPS way will teach you things that you may wish to learn, which is never a bad thing, and if you don't get it within a little while, could look for some VPN provider.
I use a cut down offering of IPVanish that I get as part of another account
This is the gold standard of research tools. Most VPN comparison sites are "sponsored" exercises in money making and not to be trusted.
The most commonly recommended VPN here is Private Internet Access. The only negative posts I see here about it say that the killswitch failed. So don't use the killswitch. Get qBit and bind it to the VPN connection
/r/VPN is a good read, but never ask there for recommendations cos the mods will delete your post
A personal recommendation of mine is to use a provider that supports OpenVPN and then simply use the config files of your VPN provider. PIA supports this.
Having set up a VPN go to at least 3 leak test sites looking for WebRTC or DNS leaks
We actively deny the use of third-party VPN services like IPVanish. It serves absolutely no purpose on company gear and increases target area (more software on the machine, most run on high privileges). Furthermore, it gives many users a false sense of security.
Hence, corporate VPN only.
Why get Sling when Hulu offers a Live TV service anyway?
I don't think OP knows what he's talking about.
Plus with an antennae you can get all network channels for free.
Hulu with Live TV - $40 / month
Netflix UHD plan - $13.99 / month
Amazon Prime - $9.91 / month ($119/year)
IPVanish VPN - $6.49 / month
Let's add that up, shall we?
Oh wow, that's $70.39 / month. Seems slightly less than "$100+." (Actually, literally 29.62 percent lower)
Plus, you forgot HBONow.
I was using Outlook but I honestly need more info on MS's activities before I'll be comfortable with it. I'm also trying Zoho but I'm wanting to know more about their associations. There's no point in doing this if there's a trail back to Google. So far what I've discovered is that Google has tentacles everywhere but it doesn't mean they have access to you. So I get communications from Gmail accounts without my personal information being accessible to them. Both of these are cloud based by the way. Also I like Zoho's UI a little better than Outlook. I'd also recommend an inexpensive but highly rated IP service like IPVanish. I keep it on 24/7 and surf with a lot of peace of mind and I see no noticeable difference in my connection speed.
I'm happy, they clearly offer a great service and are willing to sponsor as many YouTubers as they can, they help almost all my favorite YouTubers make videos, they're legit.
~~Im still gonna use IPVanish anyways~~
Which again proves that encryption works folks! If it didn't work, you would never hear about them trying to break it. Get a VPN, use PGP, its not difficult. I would recommend Cloak or IPVanish, and there are lots of tutorials out there on PGP. Privacy and Security are important, dont just give yourself up to it being too hard, its really easy. Shoutout to /r/GPGpractice
PIA (Private Internet Access) is my recommendation.
No logs. Fast. Lots of servers. Not very expensive ($3-4/month for longer subscription). Torrents. Pay with a gift card if you want.
PIA is the 3rd VPN I've used. Best by far for me.
haven't used IPVanish, but that has good rep as well.
Your best bet is signing up for a VPN, I use IPVanishVPN, and streaming through Eurosport. It’s geo blocked until you set the VPN to the best English server. $80 for the year, including both services.
Ayy lmao I just signed up for IPVanish.
They're having a fucking laugh with this surveillance shit, its not just the government having this level of access to data that should be private, its the fact that they're going to store it in huge databases and it only takes one fuck up for someone to get hold of everyone's data (as we all know, government is incompetent so this will probably happen).
So yeah, IPVanish costs like £50 for a year.
But there are cheaper options if you just want a basic VPN, see this link for a few comparisons
Here's a good article to get you started.
IPVanish, Surfeasy, and TunnelBear are also good VPN's to use. Any pay subscription VPN's are vastly superior to the freebie VPN's from my experience.
You also have the login information of people who uses any of your maybe about hundred web sites. And mindgeek is in a similar way as Google or Facebook, focused on harvesting data.
Also you are even providing a VPN service,
It's just only another way for mindgeek to collect more information about the users. For example your partnership with IPVanish doesn't look very nice...
I would also like to recommend getting IPVanish or a VPN. Global Wars and CMLL will allow content to be aired in other countries outside the US.
Note using a Japanese VPN to watch CMLL on NJPW World does suck. Super slow because its pinging US to Japan back to US.
But I have watched the NJPW/RevPro shows, the UK Global Wars (Ishii vs Keith Lee awesome & Ospreay vs Marty).
IPVanish. Paid subscription on my PC and access to Android app. Super fast and it has a million different servers to connect to and several different protocols. Hands down the best. Seriously nothing beats it. Everything important for a VPN service, it has.
Just to clarify, I made a grammatical error in that post. IPVanish absolutely does log, and everything I said in the post is true (I just should've said false instead of true in those bold words).
I can tell by the downvotes I sounded like a complete shill. I hope this clarifies the misunderstanding.
IPVanish is a crap company. Do not trust any review for any VPN, especially the ones on blogs and that have affiliate links.
Conselho rápido: VPN é daquelas merdas que se for free, é uma bandeira muito vermelha, VPN tem mesmo que ser a pagar
Private Internet Access (ganhou uma grande reputação porque foi a tribunal para lhe reclamarem informações e não deu por não guardar logs dos clientes, se não me engano)
IPVanish, NordVPN também são bons
The "random desktop flicker" isn't that random. And it's accompanied by choppy mouse movement. It occurs when g-sync is enabled, and only on specific applications that seem to lower the desktop framerate and by extension, the g-sync refresh rate. A few programs that have this issue are Spotify, Sticky Notes in Win10, Hulu win10 app, IPVanish win32 app, etc.
Disabling "Hardware Acceleration" on Spotify actually fixed the app for me, so there might be something to that. Unfortunately the other apps I listed do not have that option.
Also, if it really bugs you, disable g-sync and it goes away, but that isn't an option for me because I like g-sync for gaming.
I just noticed Corsair iCue has this problem as well, but on there it actually shows the g-sync indicator as on. So obviously it's tied to this.
I don't personally use a free VPN so I wouldn't know. I do recommend PIA.
How much is your security worth?
I used to use hola and now opt to use a paid VPN service like IPVanish after reading how hola actually works.
This reddit post can explain to you why you shouldn't use hola. Yeah hola is convenient but it seems like you're risking a fair bit by using it. Of course if this doesn't sway you, then it's completely your decision to keep using their service.
I have several avenues i can go. My preference is that i can actually watch it on DirecTVNow. They recently added Star64. But, I can see that being an issue. Case in point. The Bengals preseason games were not on Channel 12 on DirecTVNow last summer because they "didn't pay streaming rights" for the airing. So I got a lovely this program isn't available in your area error message.
Backup plan, i have an antenna that actually works ok'ish for Star 64.
Backup backup plan, use IPVanish and ESPN + on my Iphone and airplay to my apple tv.
Backup backup backup plan, i have a pc that has a tuner card in it that is connected to an antenna that faces the outside via a front window. I can record the games on Star64 with that and upload to my burner Google Drive account, cause stick it to the man.
Free VPNs is the pull out method and paid VPNs are a condom. You want a paid VPN if you want to be protected.
Just google “best VPN” and “paid vs free VPN” and do some research yourself.
I’ve used PIA, ExpressVPN, IPVanish, and NordVPN. All are solid and it’s really hard to go wrong picking one if you do your research. I liked ExpressVPN because they were one of the first with a mobile app.
Other subreddits like /r/VPN, /r/piracy, /r/trackers have post already recommending some, just use the search function
Step 1: Get a 1-month VPN subscription. I use IPVanish, but that's just a personal preference.
Step 2: Connect to a european server. I use the Czech Republic.
Step 3: Purchase the PPV through for 18 or euros.
Step 4: Turn off VPN.
Step 5: Watch PPV.
Disc: I don't know if you can purchase the ppv using a card with an American address, I use my Cypriot card for it. I doubt it makes any difference since I still purchase through a different country, but you should still be cautious.
Source: broke college student
I've never done exactly what you're trying to do here, but it sounds pretty straightforward. You'll need a subscription to a VPN provider (e.g. IPVanish or PIA) and a wireless router in repeater mode that can be configured with a persistent VPN connection. Just Googling around, DD-WRT seems to be capable of this. Your existing router may already have the features you need too.
I'm not a serviceman but I've used basically all VPNs. Express, privateinternetaccess, NordVPN, IPVanish... out of all of these, Nord is my favorite.
Whatever you choose, don't use a free VPN. They're dangerous.
Wow never heard of it. Might be useful in the future. Thanks. Yeah, Google seems to be too convenient at a time with huge hidden cost.
Hmm, VPN is not on my mind right now, but thanks for the suggestion. Well, I live in area lack of IP protection anyways.
I can confirm, I've dealt with IPVanish personally. They're a large company based in the US (Orlando, FL) and will obviously cooperate with LE.
Not only that, but their no logging claim is FALSE. I can say that as a fact, and have known for many years.
There are so many positive reviews on VPN and privacy blogs solely because of their affiliate program. They have plenty of marketers working with those blogs/websites. This also applies to most other VPNs.
This info comes from common knowledge and, let's say, other knowledge. The fact that they have ties with gov agencies cooperating with Comcast does not surprise me. Do not use IPVanish.
Edit: Not sure if they're still based in Orlando due to the company change, but they still are a large registered corporation in the US and they do logs, and have logged for years.
It’s impossible to block all VPNs. Ask China. My VPN provider is one of the few that works perfectly for getting around their firewall. The problem is that people flock to popular VPN companies like IPVanish (because it is extensively advertised on just about every site that even mentions Kodi) rather than finding a smaller provider.
As for throttling the traffic of a user connected to a VPN, that’s possible but some VPNs like the one I have use ports that would break the internet if they were throttled to avoid that issue.
Just here to emphasize these points. VPN is to provide a secure encrypted tunnel from the remote user's public network through to the corporate network. IPVanish does not accomplish that.
My opinion is that laptops should have Always-On VPN (Microsoft DirectAccess or similar) when they are off-prem, to ensure network traffic is always secure, and provide access to corporate resources.
Try titanium TV for the fire stick and link a real debrid account to it, then never worry about making it work right again. Or TV zion, or Cyberflix.
And most countries don't have any laws against streaming so don't worry about it, but if you want one that has killer compatibility across most devices try IPVanish.
I'm an admin as well. I can't use my data plan because the signal is horrible. So, I stay connected to IPVanish whenever I'm on any kind of wifi. Either that or I connect to my home computer using TeamViewer and browse from there.
I use PIA for my VPN service and it also includes ad blocking. I've seen a few ads sneak through but not many at all. An added bonus with PIA is that all their servers are white listed with real debrid if you have an RD account. I had some issues using IPVanish and found that not all their servers were whitelisted and would not work.
I use NordVPN and have used ExpressVPN. IPVanish, PIA, and IVPN are good as well. Honestly it just depends on what you need/want. I suggest doing some research and checking out and see what fits your needs. A lot of services offer trial periods so you could try some out and see which one you like
Connect over an encrypted VPN, then Virgin/Government can't block anything. See this post at torrentfreak for more information.
Personally I recommend IPVanish.
To briefly explain: Internet Service Providers like Virgin each have a big phone book called a DNS (Domain Name System) Server which they use to locate the server a website is hosted on. What the government has done is require Virgin and other ISPs to do is exclude certain websites from that phone book - the solution is to use someone else's phone book.
This is how bad the government are at IT, all of their efforts, including the snoopers charter fail if you're connected to an encrypted VPN service that uses a third party DNS server.
First off, use DuckDuckGo instead of Google. No tracking, ever. Next, use a browser like the DuckDuckGo one, or Firefox Focus, both of which don't support extensions, and will fucking blast your data out of existence once you're done with it. Use a password manager seperate from your phone, and get a keyboard that can't be easily tracked, such as SwiftKey (don't sign in). Ask your parents to purchase a VPN, such as IPVanish, or use a free one like Turbo VPN. The free one is quite a lot slower, though. Sign out of Facebook and Google accounts, and use YouTube without being signed in. If you need to be signed in, root your phone and use MiniGApps and YouTube Vanced. On the app itself, remove all permissions in the settings, and block it from the internet if you have root. You should be much more secure now. If you need anything else, feel free to respond, and I will help you find an exploit around the app.
You are just repeating the words of IPVanish before it was revealed what happened...
Anyone who is looking for a VPN service, I would seriously recommend them to think this little bit more. There are many good services available. I don't either recommend watching porn at all, but it's another story. Thanks.
I've narrowed down my choices to Private Internet Access, NordVPN and IPVanish. I need to select one based on these criteria:
1. At least 5 simultaneous connections
2. Supports P2P torrential
3. Has a zero logs policy with good reputation
4. The fastest download and connectivity speed
5. Supports Linux
Okay, I'll dump my list here as well ;)
I read up on this and even if the data center is logging they can see that some IP address provided by a VPN is submitting encrypted information. A big company like PIA will likely have at least 10 people per IP address. Private internet access does not log your real ip when you log on. This is huge as many others do this and totally circumvents the purpose of using a vpn. IPVanish does this. Another good vpn is cryptostorm. They are very nerdy and geeky(like me) and know their security.
Remember that Omicron, formerly Highwinds, said they didn’t log when they owned IPVanish but got caught up in their lie when it was found out they did. If you’re worried about your privacy, consider that.
IPVanish is an obfuscation VPN, it hides your location for privacy reasons. It's use case is people who want to view US Netflix from overseas or who want to download torrents without getting caught.
Corporate VPN on your firewall is for protecting your corporate data for remote users.
Your users should be using Corporate VPN when working remotely. You should go one step further and implement multi-factor authentication like Duo.
IPVanish? Have you ever inspected the integrity of your VPN service by watching packet traffic on wireshark?
VPNs = LOTS OF COMPETITORS + A OCEAN OF END USERS WITH A LACK OF BASIC FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER NETWORKING = LOTS OF VPN PROVIDERS THAT DONT CARE ABOUT YOUR PRIVACY AS MUCH AS THEY CARR ABOUT YOUR MONEY.
It's the most ridiculously easy thing to use. I use a service called IPVanish. You subscribe to it (I think it was like $80 for a year), download a program, and then choose which country/city you want your IP to look like it's coming from.
Or you can do what I do and have it auto-set to "best city, best server" which I guess figures out the most stable or fast server available and connects you to that.
You don't have it running all the when you need it.
For me the process is 1. Start the program. 2. Click "Connect". 3. When done, click "Disconnect".
We don't typically jump into Reddit or other forums but this topic is too important to me. I'm the CEO of StackPath and we acquired IPVanish in February, 2017 (more than a year after the lawsuit from 2016). With no exception IPVanish does not, has not, and will not log or store logs of our users as a StackPath company. Most important, StackPath will defend the privacy of our users regardless of who demands otherwise. I can't speak to what happened on someone else's watch but Technology is my life and I've spent my career helping customers build on and use the cloud on their terms. StackPath takes that even further—security is our core mission. I also happen to be a lawyer and I will spend my last breath protecting individuals' rights to privacy, especially our customers.
I'm pretty sure this still forces traffic through your VPN, except the VPN will now understand to forward all traffic for port 32400 that hits the VPN to your IP. I would think this hurts your bandwidth horrendously, depending on the VPN provider. I know I can't stream for shit on IPVanish. Last time I checked PIA has port forwarding for select servers.
> What about simply blocking the use of a personal VPN (like IPVanish, Hide My Ass, etc... idk), instead of blocking encryption altogether?
It's not that easy?
I live in China - I'm subscribed to four different VPN providers because the Chinese government is actively throttling / doing it's best to block VPNs.
It's a complete pain in the ass but at any given point in time - one out of four is bound to work.
IPVanish or PIA, both are great for torrenting and user friendly. I would read up on 'kill switch' and a few protocols they offer so you can set it up the way you want. I'd also recommend that while changing the protocols to your liking to run speed tests.
Quoting what I said about this yesterday:
>When you're connected to your VPN, launch a "what's my location?" website (any will do) through your browser. Some VPN servers get blacklisted by geolocation databases.
>My VPN (IPVanish) had its Korea servers blacklisted. When I connected to it, location sites showed me as being in Florida, US (I'm in Europe); that's why Origin didn't show me the release date I was going for. When I switched to my VPN's India servers, it works.
>If your Korea server is blacklisted, India, China and Singapore have the same release date. Try them all. :)
Be sure to close Origin completely before switching on your VPN - and choose a server that actually works. Once you start Origin after that, it should work.
Agreed, until you actually run a business dealing in intangible items or services online then the realisation of how rampant fraudulent payments are just isn't there.
That said I suppose for a business in the privacy game asking for a full ID scan isn't going to go down well with most customers. I personally would of contacted them to find out a better or more privacy friendly way of resolving the issue. IPVanish are pretty easy to contact.
I’ve been trying to figure out the dark web too. I’ve downloaded Tor and onion browsers, I’ve got IPVanish, is there really a Facebook onion site you have to go to? This is why I haven’t gotten on yet because I don’t know when ppl are being serious or when they are fucking with you, I’m very ignorant when it comes to this, however I don’t want to be, I want to learn, unfortunately I haven’t been able to find a place of well meaning individuals... I don’t expect anyone to walk me through it and type 1000 words plus, if someone could just give me some actual advice and point me to where I could research it myself I would greatly appreciate it!
> I'd also recommend an inexpensive but highly rated IP service like IPVanish. I keep it on 24/7 and surf with a lot of peace of mind and I see no noticeable difference in my connection speed.
You're aware that VPNs only stop your ISP from tracking what you do, right? They only encrypt traffic from Point A (your computer) to the Point B (the VPN server), everything after the VPN server (your ultimate destination) is only encrypted by SSL, if that.
Good luck. This sounds like a losing battle. I'm assuming you are in government because I don't understand the point of these kind of tasks in the corporate world.
On a positive note you can implement this which feels like a best effort attempt on Meraki's part. Probably not 100% but easy to implement at least.
I second this. It’s really cheap when you prepay for a year and they have an app that works well for all the major devices.
I compared it to Express VPN for a month and chose IPVanish for these reasons plus the 5 simultaneous device usage for my fam.
Edit: FYI, I’m pretty sure don’t NEED a VPN for streaming using Terrarium unless your ISP is blocking/throttling providers or if you just want an added layer of protection. If you’re downloading torrents to your device, then you need it from what I’ve read.
Thanks for the help! I am however using SodaPlayer (Sandboxed with Sandboxie to be safe), and running it through IPVanish with payed account that works great with everything else.
When I said stutter I didn't mean short brief intermittent issues though, the loading symbol is spinning, the video is paused, and it says Buffering in the bottom left, so I think it is connection issues somehow
Holy crap! A south african page that got traction!
I have made a few of these posts and they never got traction and devs told me they would not remove the block.
Lets hope they change their minds this time!
I currently have to use IPVanish VPN to play which gives me a yellow NAT.
Try it out! Just ping spikes from it kick me from more games than i would like... PLEASE Ubisoft listen to us and remove this for our region, we have so many people who want to play but can't as they buy the game, can't find a game and take it back for a refund / put it in the bin.
u/MrEricPope Please help us Pope. We beg you so much. We have so many people who will play if they can connect to EU. Please help us man we really really need this as we love the game.
I cut the cord about 6 months ago and live in the Houston area. I bought a fire stick installed IPVanish on it for my vpn. Used my student discount for MLB Tv and now I watch the games live every night, and listen to them on my phone when I'm not at home.
IPVanish is located in USA(5 eyes country and NSA)
I wouldnt trust any VPN company that is in the USA
Rare? They're more prevalent than legit streaming platforms, paid or free. IPVanish, AirVPN, , TunnelBear, PIA, Hotspot Shield, HMA, TorGuard, and HMA, just to name a few.
Well known to the general public? No. To students? Yes. Most of the people I know are very familiar with VPNs in some form, even if it's just knowing what they are.
None of the providers that are bundled with Usenet accounts are worth it.
You're better off just signing up with a yearly deal and waiting on PIA to go on sale for $31/yr and singing up with them.
I think you can get yearly deals with Usenetserver/Newshosting for around 100$/yr that come with VPN access and they use the same servers as IPVanish as Highwinds own them or something. I don't know how true this is, but that is what people say. If you want to risk it, you can try them and use their VPN.
I myself just use a yearly Frugalusenet ($40/yr) + PIA ($31/yr) and it allows me to get all new content via Usenet (New movies, TV shows) and have access to Torrents as well via PIA. (Season/Series packs, Movie Packs)
True that, after the fact i realized IPVanish is pretty sketchy and i needed to do some changes in bittorrent before becoming invisable. IPVanish was a complete waste of money tho, i can tell you all that much. I feel dumb for paying for it so long.
Can we please move on to more meaningful activities than DDOS attacks...there are far better things to do.
But in the spirit of the question, I use IPVanish and enjoy it quite a bit. I'd check it out and see if its what you are looking for.
I'm very skeptical of the VPN providers in the linked page...There is nothing mentioned about retention of logs/data, monitoring of packets/protocols, encryption method, digital handshakes, DNS servers used, reactions to issued court orders. I wouldn't touch any especially "Invisible Browsing VPN" of those with a 10ft. pole, except IPVanish.
^ ^ ^ A list of information on many VPN's
OP, read everything Craig wrote. Have you read it? Good. Read it again. Encryption is absolutely essential for keeping your information safe and secure.
I would like to stress the importance of using a VPN service when using public Wifi, though. As a security-focused guy, I don't trust HTTPS to be enough protection for a few reasons. First, there is a process, called SSL Stripping, by which your HTTPS traffic can still be read. Furthermore, even though your connection to a page may be through HTTPS, certain page elements can be delivered unsecured, potentially exposing you to security holes. There are other issues with SSL, too, but these are the main ones to watch out for.
I use IPVanish, and they've been very reliable. Torrentfreak had a great review of some popular and reliable VPN services.
> Try one recommended by TorrentFreak
I use IPVanish because it has servers in Tokoyo (150ms ping) and I get 4-5mbps on using it (I'm on a 8mbps connection).
A vpn will also allow you to watch content that's normally restricted in your country. It's not relevant to everyone but still a nice extra feature with all the other stuff. I use Nordvpn instead of IPVanish and though I do get a slight reduction in speed it's not as significant as in your case so maybe you could try switching providers.
Only order domestically. ALWAYS use a great VPN that DOESN’T log anything like IPVanish. You order a few times and start to get lazy and accidentally log on without having your VPN on and run across a hell of a deal on some pure coke or whatever and order it from overseas. Feds got you. You think there aren’t feds all over the markets selling this? Hell they are here on Reddit, guarantee you that shit!
Appreciate the heads up and reminder.
My go to apps are Plex, Youtube, Netflix, and PuffinTV browser. I use the Puffin browser to stream Basketball and UFC through the r/nbastreams ans r/MMAStreams. Plex is for viewing my massive(and ever growing) library. Youtube and Netflix are self explanatory. Between those four, I have all my viewing needs covered.
Oh and IPVanish so I can be an online ninja.
Neither are very good to be honest. Lots of old stuff on there. The novelty wore off quite quickly. I would use your money to get a subscription to IPVanish or a similar VPN. I presume you're using a FireStick or something Amazon related? (I only assume since that's how I watched Britbox and Acorn TV) Through a bit of a process you can get the ITV Hub, All 4, UKTV Play and the iPlayer and use IPVanish to watch it all on there. You can also get IPVanish on your phone or as a desktop app so you can just watch stuff in browsers. The iPlayer will often detect it so you have to try a few different locations but that's where these subs come in handy if you're losing patience. Also, ITV and Channel 4 do have ads so it's nice to have an ad-free version where available.
We make money showing ads on our porn site and selling subscriptions. This is another product and I don't see how the two are related to trust. If you think porn is immoral and that lowers your trust then fine, wtv. We are fully upfront about partnering with IPVanish, it's in most press articles. Why would we hide it? It adds credibility and reputation. I just told you without you even asking.
I use IPVanish (I don’t work for them or anything). You actually log in at the device level, it encrypts your traffic so no one know what your downloading or from where. I just googled “best vpn Canada” and they had good reviews
If you want to really invest some time into it and get a really solid solution. You can look into downloading Kodi which is an open source media player. You download apps and you can stream things (which is legal). To be safe a lot of people invest in a program like IPVanish just in case your internet provider is douchey about streaming (it's legal but some don't like it).
So you download Kodi on an xbox, amazon fire, etc... then get the app Sportsdevil and you'll have every sports stream from around the world. I watch every out of market game on there in HD. If you do wanna go that route let me know and I can link you to where to go.
Android box or Firestick. Look up how to sideload the Kodi app. From there you can search for streams. Be sure to use a VPN first, or your streaming gets tracked to you. I bought a firestick, installed IPVanish, then sideloaded Kodi (tons of youtube vids on how to do this).
Then search for some of the popular add-ons which get you movies and sports.
I have not tried it but you might be able to get online by turning your PC into a wireless hotspot:
And then use something like IPVanish ( $7 a Month ) to tunnel to a server outside the military base. If you are allowed to do this then it should register your IP on a normal connection out of a different city. It all depends if the network guys on base are suspicious of you creating a tunnel.
At the same time, using your PC as a hotspot might resolve the issue on its own. Hope this helps out
It depends on your addon. If you're simply using Exodus or Specto, etc., you don't need one. And really any of them will work. IPVanish just gets recommended by all of those sites because they have coupon codes for them, but ones like ExpressVPN will work the same.
Short answer: you don't need one unless you're torrenting.
Damn yeah that definitely belongs on the list. Can't believe it slipped my mind. I'll add it in. I use IPVanish. It's not ideal for super-secret squirrel stuff given its in the heart of the FIVE EYES jurisdiction, but I'm more worried about MITM attacks/Comcast selling my data than the US govt seeing what I do.
I use a VPN to workaround the blackouts. I already pay for IPVanish for other reasons, so the baseball is just a plus. It's a bit more expensive, but at $6.50 a month when you pay for the whole year upfront, it's worth it for me.
Ad-free-time was my solution for a while and it was cheap and effective. For $2 a month, I got around blackouts for 2 years.
They can't take payment if you cancelled it with Paypal. I assume you cancelled it with IPVanish and not Paypal? Do you have an email confirming the cancellation?
This is one of the reasons I don't like setting up Paypal subscriptions for things.
Get onto Paypal customer support, they'll get your money back.
Not the guy you asked, but I use IPVanish. It's a service I pay for already since I like having all my internet usage encrypted out of principle. About $100 a year, but it's much, much better than what you'll get from a free service and for me it's worth it. Gives you options from all over the world to use as proxies.
Also, VPN protip - the speed and quality of your stream will be based on your upload speed, not your download speed. Most people have shit upload speeds so even you do get a connection the quality will be unwatchable.
Fortunately, the people who designed Fight Pass are amateurs. If you connect and open the video stream with a VPN connection (I use Turkey, works all the time) you can disconnect it and start streaming using your regular connection speed. You would think whoever designed the system would program it to periodically re-check the user's credentials every 20 minutes or they don't (at least in my experience). It's great.
I have tried quite a few and personally ( I can say this only for me in Canada, no one else) I found that Private Internet Access and IPVanish were the fastest. Private Internet access is cheaper, allows more devices and is one of the very few providers who log nothing. Others, including IPVanish log when you turn their service on, the Ip used to turn it on and the amount of data used. I really like private internet access and their app is easy to use ( although i dont care for their auto mode much ) Right now if torrenting if you use a good site like the pirate bay and you read the comments or download from green or pink skulls you will likely be fine ( i never got dcma and I download A LOT) , but for only 40$ a year and no noticeable speed loss I think its worth it.
I suggest private internet access also. If you have an iPhone you have to use the internet forum page on PIA to make it work via open vpn ( unless you want it to disconnect every time your phone goes to sleep) but for any computer private internet access is great. IPVanish is another great one but they don't like torrenting and they log the ip you connect with compared to Private internet access that claims to not know where you log on from and what you download.
thats why you always use a VPN!!! always! i pay 21$ for 3 months and its great. plus i share it with someone else, so we 1/2 it. Considering all the games and movies and music i download, it's well worth it every 3 months. i use IPVanish.
I spent the last 10 years exclusively using Linux on all of my personal computers. Just this month, I upgraded my laptop hardware and set it up to dual boot Xubuntu alongside Windows 10. I run a debt free MSP/BF and I was tired of needing to use my clients' Windows computers when I needed to run some proprietary third party Windows software. The only Windows tool I use at home is IPVanish's client. I'm still grappling with the cognitive dissonance.
Imagine public wifi in an airport as a cloud above your head. That cloud and all the activity in it are visible to people around you. That means if you buy something on amazon they can see the cc number, the address, etc.
A VPN or a virtual private network tunnels through network to simulate a private connection through encryption. Or to put simply, it puts a PVC pipe through the cloud that doesn't allow people to see what you're looking at or doing.
A VPN allows you to anonymously search the web free of visibility from anyone else, i.e. in the case of LazyMan, your ISP.
Yes you can use it on your Mac. No it isn't hard to set up. I use IPVanish because they dont keep logs of users and it's like 60 bucks a year.
I have the 43 inch Toshiba Fire TV 4k UHD model and it runs IPTV Smarters and XCIPTV just fine. I have subs with Fire TV IPTV and Eternal and have no issues watching content with either service (with IPVanish as VPN.)
It is like having a 4K Fire stick built into your TV.
The TV quality itself is mediocre. I have an 8000 series Samsung SUHD TV that blows it out of the water but cost 10x as much.
If you consider that a 4k Fire stick is normally $49.99 and the Toshiba Fire TV 4K UHD is anywhere around $250 depending on sales, that is a $200 budget 4k TV.
Don't expect $2,000 4k UHD quality and you won't be disappointed.
Depends man. Are you wanting to use the Sunday ticket app? If so you should also download the app IPVanish. You can switch cities and get access to your team if it's blocked out. Great way to bypass blocked areas.
Observation: Free VPN services are generally tracking you and selling that data. I suggest you pay a few bucks for a commercial VPN and use it on all your devices. ExpressVPN, IPVanish and NordVPN are three that are highly considered in the industry. FYI, I don't know that Luna specifically tracks you, but there ain't no free lunch, y'all...
NordVPN, IPVanish and PureVPN websites are riddled with third party scripts and cookies. IPVanish Android app checks out cleaner than the other two but is based in the US.
ProtonVPN website and Android app checks out clean as does Tunnelbear, but the latter is owned by a US based Mcafee.
I can understand people using ProtonVPN and Tunnelbear under certain conditions.
Bottomline is the article doesn’t amount to much.
> Also owns Highwinds (Omicron Media) and the VPN they offer, wlvpn
HW Media/Omicron sold off everything except the usenet operations to StackPath. So it makes sense that Omicron continues to use their former network infrastructure (including vpn) probably as part of their agreement. And this may not change even if j2 happened to acquire StackPath.*
But where is the link between j2 and Omicron as in "j2 owns Omicron"?
* This part isn't very clear. The j2 CEO, in an earnings call in May 2019, talks about the
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People really need to stop asking for everything for free. It's out of control. If you want a great VPN use IPVanish and pay for it. It's worth the money and I love it. It works on everything such as a android devices, ios devices, PC, and Mac. I've had it for years now. It's not just good for pirating. It's good for privacy and a must on public wifi. Sorry it you do have to pay for things in life. Some things just aren't free. And some things that are free shouldn't be trusted like a VPN.
Here's what I did. I setup a VM in hyper-v that runs IPVanish at bootup and then connects via file share to the host. Just have to map the drive and then tell Deluge/Sonarr/Radarr to point to the mapped drive. Plex runs without VPN, torrent runs with it.
I can stream my setup on twitch sometime if you want.
Given that it's been 3 minutes, I'm guessing you didn't actually watch the video.
NordVPN and ProtonVPN didn't have much hard evidence behind their allegations, though the circumstances are a little interesting.
IPVanish though... oof. That's a big'un.
You can jail break a fire stick then install a program called Mobdro. There is a channel within Mobdro called BT Sports that allows you to watch UFC and pay per view boxing for free. If you do this, be sure to load a VPN (very easy to do) I recommend IPVanish. This whole process takes like 10 minutes.
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