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  1. Alex42

    ExpressVPN Giveaway [3 Prizes]

    ExpressVPN Giveaway [3 Prizes] Hackology is pleased to bring you a Giveaway where 3 Winners will WIN a 12 Month subscription of ExpressVPN each. We are giving away $465 worth of subscription in this Giveaway. Join the giveaway and share among your friends. More participants mean more giveaways in coming future Do read the Giveaway Post on Hackology Blog where I have shared how ExpressVPN and HP have teamed up to launch their first laptop which will come with a free trial of ExpressVPN : What Winners will get ? After the end of competition we will select 3 winners. All winners will be given a subscription of ExpressVPN which will be valid for 12 Months. They will not be asked for any Credit Card details or anything - Just an email address so their account details can be emailed https://hackology.co/giveaway/3-ExpressVPN-2019.html
  2. Mohomad Samindika

    NORD VPN Premium Accounts

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  3. Mozilla launches Firefox Private Network VPN for $4.99 per month Mozilla continues to expand its products and services beyond the Firefox web browser. Firefox Private Network was launched as the first product of the revamped Test Pilot program that Mozilla put on ice earlier this year. Mozilla launched it for Firefox users in the United States at the time and as a browser proxy only. The system works similarly to third-party VPN solutions for Firefox in that it protects user data and privacy by routing traffic through Private Network servers. Firefox users needed to install the Firefox Private Network extension to make use of the provided browser-level protection. Today, Mozilla Mozilla unveiled the next step in the process. Still only available for users from the United States, the organization launched a full Firefox-branded VPN service. The VPN service is only available for Windows 10 at the time of writing and the $4.99 per month is an introductory offer. Mozilla promises to release versions for Android and iOS, Chromebook, Mac and Linux in the future. Firefox Private Network customers who pay for the full protection get access to about 30 regions and may use the service on up to five devices. The VPN service is provided by Mullvad behind the scenes and uses WireGuard, a new VPN protocol. The underlying policy of Mullvad is that we never store any activity logs of any kind. We strongly believe in having a minimal data retention policy because we want you to remain anonymous. Mullvad has a strict no logging policy and accounts use a number system that keeps track of the remaining hours of service only. The service supports several payment methods including traditional methods that may reveal information and systems that don't reveal those information, e.g. cash transactions or Bitcoin. The full-device VPN protects the entire device whereas the browser extension only Firefox activity. A free option is provided and even though Mozilla changed some of its options, is not very practicable to use. The core reason is that one-hour passes are assigned to the free user and that those are limited to 12 currently (opposed to 4 three-hour passes previously). Means: even if you connect to the service for just a minute, you will waste one of the available hour passes. The price of $4.99 is an introductory price that is available during the beta. Mozilla has not revealed the price that it will charger after the beta ends but it is very likely that it will charge more than $4.99 for a monthly subscription. Mullvad charges about $5.50 (€5 Euro) per month for one month of access to the service. Most VPN services, e.g. NordVPN, offer discounts when customers subscribe for longer periods. Whether that is the case for Firefox Private Network accounts remains to be seen. The $4.99 put Mozilla's offering somewhere in the middle when it comes to price. There are cheaper VPN providers out there but also several that charge more than $5 per month. Closing Words Mozilla plans to run the beta in the United States "into early 2020" to expand the service to other regions "soon thereafter". Interested users may join a waitlist to be notified when the service becomes available in their region. Mozilla has an advantage over other VPN providers; the organization may integrate the service in one form or another in the Firefox web browser to advertise the paid version to users directly. Mozilla did not reveal whether it plans to do that but it could help the organization get away with slightly higher prices than competing offers. Source: Mozilla launches Firefox Private Network VPN for $4.99 per month (gHacks - Martin Brinkmann)
  4. compgen1534

    VpyrVPN 2.11.0.7650

    VyprVPN is an essential tool if you want to protect your privacy and prevent your Internet Service Provider from monitoring your browsing activity and online communications. It enables you to keep your location private by allowing you to switch easily to any one of the multiple global VPN server locations. Key features include: 1, 2 or 3 simultaneous connections. Unlimited Data Usage. VyprDNS. PPTP, Open VPN, L2TP/IPsec. NAT Firewall Included. 10 - 50 GB Dump Truck Storage. Golden Frog, the makers of VyperVPN, own and manage their own VPN servers, so no other 3rd party company will be handling your data, making it more secure. With over 50 worldwide server locations, more than 700 servers and 200,000+ global IPs, you are guaranteed a connection, with unlimited server switching and unlimited speeds. A cool feature of VyprVPN is VyprDNS, Golden Frog's very own zero logging DNS, which is available exclusively for VyprVPN users. The zero-knowledge policy that the VyprDNS service provides, increases user privacy and helps to defeat censorship and promote online freedom because quite simply, it does not log any information. The new VPN technology Chameleon has been developed to scramble OpenVPN packet metadata so that it's impossible to recognize via DPI. For VyprVPN users, this means that you can bypass restrictive networks put in place by governments, corporations and ISPs, without compromising security. It is also a great tool for users who experience VPN blocking and speed issues that come as a result of bandwidth throttling. In short, Chameleon will give you an open and uncensored Internet experience. As far as usability goes, VyprVPN has a reputation for being easy-to-use, mainly thanks to its simple interface and speedy response. After downloading the program, you will need to sign up for your 3-day free trial, choosing from either the Basic, Pro or Premier versions for which you will need to pay the monthly or annual fee. If you want a more open and uncensored Internet, as well as protection from hackers and third-party snoopers, then download VyprVPN now. Edit: Download links windows (x86/64) https://www.goldenfrog.com/vyprvpn/windows-download Crack isn't available right now, hope to someone assist with this, would like also.
  5. Psiphon Pro gives you unprecedented access to your favourite news broadcast or social media platforms. By its nature, Psiphon Pro also protects you when accessing WiFi hotspots by creating a secure, private tunnel between you and the Internet. Psiphon Pro is the best VPN tool for accessing everything on the Internet. Features: • Global network featuring thousands of servers and diverse entry points, keeping you connected at all times • No registration required, just download and connect for free • Wider selection of protocols than a VPN, offering unparalleled access to everything on the Internet through our global Psiphon server network • Featured on BestVPN.com: :https://bit.ly/psiphon-review • In-app usage stats • Configuration options - make Psiphon your own VPN with customized proxy settings • Choose which apps to exclude from the VPN tunnel • Open-source, peer-reviewed and trustworthy. Find out more at _https://bit.ly/psiphon-source, and read a full audit here - _https://bit.ly/psiphon-audit You can pay a subscription fee through Google Play to remove ads and enjoy a further optimized use of Psiphon Pro, the best VPN out there, or use it from Nsane What's New: No changelog Mod Info: ● Subscription unlocked ● Unlimited speed ● no advertisements Google play Info: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.psiphon3.subscription&hl=en Download: Site: https://www.mirrored.to Sharecode: /files/UL8CXXOK/Psiphon_Pro_The_Internet_Freedom_VPN_v248_Subscribed.apk_links
  6. jeez1000

    B2B VPN

    Hello everyone. I am currently looking for some guidance in the VPN area. I pretty much know all the B2C providers, but I know need a solid business solution and need help. From the research that I have done I'm interested in NordVPN Teams and Pertimeter81. As both have B2C solutions, maybe someone has tried their business services? Any information is welcome!
  7. The Tor Project has announced the release of Tor Browser 9.0, the new update brings several updates to the user experience, integrating more features into the browser directly and scrapping the onion button. Additionally, localisation has been improved with support added for the Macedonian and Romanian languages, bringing the total amount of supported languages to 27. With Tor Browser 9.0, Firefox 68.2.0 is used as the foundation. In order to scrap the onion button that came with old releases, the Tor Project has altered the actual interface of Firefox adding circuit information to the ‘i’ button in the address bar, adding more Tor settings into about:preferences, and including a new identity button in the toolbar and in the menu. One of the ways that Tor users can be identified by websites is by the size of the browser window. For several releases now, when the user maximises the Tor Browser window a notification would appear warning users not to do that. In order to make things simpler for users, a new feature called letterboxing has been added, this essentially restricts the amount of space a webpage can use; even if the browser is maximised, the user will just see a grey border around the webpage. In order to get the new update, either download a fresh copy of the browser from the official website or if you have Tor already installed just continue using the browser and it should update automatically. Source: The Tor Project releases Tor Browser 9.0 with several UX improvements (via Neowin)
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  9. Coming across a lot of VPN services I stumbled upon PureVPN with an offering of more than 10 features: Easy to use Apps 2000+ Servers Split Tunneling 24 Hour Live Chat Unlimited Bandwidth More detailed PureVPN review 2019 My premium plan screenshots are attached in the image format. Here are the list of VPN clients offered by PureVPN: Windows Mac Android Firestick Chrome Extension Dedicated Kodi Repo However my only concern is the performance and speed of this VPN service as stated by a lot of review websites that it has speed issues if someone can help me with this in getting better speeds with PureVPN ? As I cannot get so many features in this pricing with other VPN provider.
  10. Dear friends, Nowadays our privacy is very important. I am interested to know which VPN service do you use and which is the best according to your opinion. Not to all vpn services are enough secure. Recently, has been discovered that HotSpot Shield in some cases could show your real ip. Have a look here : 1.Android 2. Windows Thanks for your time spent with this poll ! :)
  11. Cloudflare's Warp VPN is now available to all: a first look Cloud provider Cloudflare launched its privacy-focused DNS service 1.1.1.1 in 2018 and published apps for Android and iOS in the same year. The company announced its Warp vpn service in April 2019 and invited users from all over the world to join a waiting list to test it. The once-restricted VPN service is now available to everyone who downloads and installs the company's 1.1.1.1: Faster & Safer Internet application for Android or iOS. Warp establishes a VPN connection on the device to route traffic through Cloudflare servers; this hides the device's IP address and may improve performance. Cloudflare suggests that Warp+ users see a 30% improvement in performance on average when loading websites. Cloudflare Warp The 1.1.1.1 application installs a VPN profile on the user's device when the option is selected. Cloudflare promises that it collects "as little data as possible" and that it won't "sell, rent, share or otherwise disclose" personal information. The app displays the terms on first start; these reveal what Cloudflare collects and what it does with the data. Data may include the app installation id, the amount of data transferred through Cloudflare's network, and the average speed. The registration ID is a unique random number that is assigned to each profile. Cloudflare notes that it is used for the referral system. The basic version of Warp is free and it has no traffic restrictions. Warp+ is an add-on service that improves the performance of connections made on the device by "avoiding traffic jams" and picking the fastest routes. Users may refer others to receive up to 1 Gigabyte of Warp+ traffic for free per month. Each referral that meets the criteria adds 100 Megabytes to the referring account. The second option that is available is to pay $4 per month to get Warp+ Unlimited which enables Warp+ for the duration of the subscription. The Cloudflare DNS service 1.1.1.1 is always enabled and it may also be used without Warp if that is desired. The application works automatically once you have set up the VPN connection. It requires no registration. The main interface displays a huge toggle to connect and disconnect the VPN. The 1.1.1.1 app displays a prompt when you disconnect that lists the following options: Pause for 15 minutes. Pause for 1 hour. Pause for this Wi-Fi. Until I turn it back on. The pause for this Wi-Fi option requires that you give the app location permissions. On Android, you get a notification that informs you when you are connected and controls to stop the connection from the notification area. The app has just a few settings. You may switch from using 1.1.1.1 with Warp to just 1.1.1.1 there, enable the dark theme, and open the connection options to disable the app for select applications. Some applications may not work correctly when you are connected to the VPN; this may be the case for applications that restrict content regionally. Use the whitelist to exclude these to continue using them. Two connection options -- protocol options and tunnel mode -- were grayed out in the Android version that I tested. Experience I ran several speed tests to test the performance of the service. The speed tests, e.g, Fast.com, were promising as the connection was maxed out when I ran them. It is possible that this may change in the coming weeks when more and more users start to use the application. I did not notice any improvements in regards to the loading of websites but the loading was certainly not slower than before. I did not test Warp+ but plan to do so in the future to see if it speeds up the loading significantly. All sites and services that I tried worked fine and without hitches. It needs to be noted that the app does not include any content blocking or protective features that other applications of its kind sometimes offer. The 1.1.1.1 application gives users no control over servers and regions that it connects to. In fact, there is zero information about the server and region that you get connected to while using the application. A quick IP check revealed that Cloudflare routed me through data servers in Germany. I would have preferred an option to pick another region/country. Closing Words Cloudflare's 1.1.1.1: Faster & Safer Internet application brings the company's DNS server and VPN service to Android and iOS. The VPN is free to use and without bandwidth limitations, but it limits options and features, and gives no control over regions and servers. Performance was excellent on the other hand and you get the benefits of being connected to a VPN. Cloudflare is not without criticism though and there will certainly be Internet users who won't go anywhere near the application. Privacy-wise, I'm worried about the unique ID associated with an account even though Cloudflare states that it is only used for the referral system. It may be better than requiring users to create an account to use the application, however. Source: Cloudflare's Warp VPN is now available to all: a first look (gHacks - Martin Brinkmann)
  12. Avira Phantom VPN helps to improve security in the anonymity of the Internet, to protect the connection through robust methods of encryption and access to all web sites and online services.Avira Phantom VPN is a new and effective application that offers all the benefits of virtual private networks in an unobtrusive way.Unlock forbidden sites and services and improve the security of Internet connections by using modern and secure the VPN-service.Currently, one of the best ways to improve the confidentiality of data and other user activity is to use a VPN. Supplied by one of the leading vendors of antivirus software, Avira Phantom VPN simplifies the process of anonymous and safe surfing on the Internet, and helps unlock prohibited in certain regions of web sites and services in just a few mouse clicks. Easy to install and simple interaction process The application passes a typical installation process, after which the solution is integrated into the taskbar. The application works invisibly in the background and after the folding does not occupy space in the taskbar. Thanks to minimalist user interface, to all the advantages of virtual private networks are available by simply pressing the button "Connect". The focus on quality and ease of use Simple and logically designed user interface simplifies interaction. On the other hand, the application does not offer advanced functionality, such as a built adblocker or data compression function. However, Avira Phantom VPN supports secure 256-bit encryption through. In the settings menu, the user can seamlessly change to the VPN server and configure the transfer of diagnostic data in Avira. In addition, you can configure the service to start automatically at system startup. Avira Phantom VPN software is a fast and easy to use virtual private network for Windows and Android. It secures your connection, anonymize your activities, and free up the whole web. Avira Phantom VPN prevents online spies from seeing your communications (e.g. with friends, social networks, shopping / banking portals) on all networks, including unsecured open / public WiFi hotspots, by using AES 256-bit encryption between your device and our servers. Avira Phantom VPN masks your real IP address to make you look like you're somewhere (and someone) else, to help keep your identity and confidential activities (e.g. bank transfers or calls) private against online intruders, whether individuals or organizations. Features: - Web anonymity - Changes your IP address - Secure encryption - Protects your private communications - Unblock content - Watch your favorite shows from anywhere - Fast VPN - Runs silently in the background - No logs - Avira does not monitor what websites you visit - Easy to use - On. Off. On. Off. It's that simple - Simultaneous connections - Connect as many devices as you like - Unlimited data usage - For premium customers - Free Tech Support - For premium customers - Automatically secures untrusted networks - For premium customers - Masks IP address - Connect from any of our servers in 20 countries Full feature set: - Anonymity on the net -Menyaet your IP-address - Secure encryption - Protect your personal correspondence - Access to blocked content - View your favorite shows from anywhere in the world - Fast VPN network - quiet work in the background - Lack of magazines - Avira does not track the websites you visit - Easy to use - included. Switch off. Included. Switch off. Simply superb! - Simultaneous Connections - Connecting any number of devices - Unlimited data usage - for premium customers - Automatic security on untrusted networks - Masking the IP-addresses - Connect with any of our servers located in 20 countries Homepage: https://www.avira.com/en/avira-phantom-vpn Download Offline installer + Activation: Site: https://mega.nz Sharecode[?]: /#!pEVREQAS!2DnLMDFsBvd7_BShBfIp7ZSWMWIBbgZ3Eg73FEPz4Dc Data Reset: Site: https://mega.nz Sharecode[?]: /#!UVkC2RgA!99J_EwhlmyQHu3mv_IZhx58UUvcEumSDIRGyBnoYlIw Avira Phantom VPN Pro 2.15.2.28160 Repack (6.1 MB) Download: Site: https://mega.nzSharecode[?]: /#!8RMGTaRQ!dvp5hbL8ZkBWAulqQNweg4Mq_z0m1LQb1gFGhd3_jMQ
  13. Netflix + ExpressVPN Giveaway (Free 1 Year Subscription) Get a chance to win 1 year free subscription for Netflix (Ultra 4K) & ExpressVPN. You Must : 1. Like this post. 2. Mention your friends. 3. Share this post. Enter
  14. How to set up a VPN in iOS manually Earlier we told you how to configure custom DNS and Apple Safari in iOS. Continuing with our security focused tutorials, we are going to teach you how to set up a VPN in iOS manually. Normally, when you buy a VPN subscription, you will use the app provided by the service. These VPN apps are designed for simplicity, and employ a login-and-use method. While that is the easiest way to get a VPN working on your device, it isn't the only way. Depending on the app in question, it may also not be the best way if you experience stability or performance issues when you use an application to connect to a VPN server. Say, if you want to use a VPN connection in a specific protocol (IKEv2, IPSec, L2TP) or to connect to your workplace's VPN, you will need to configure the settings manually on your iPhone or iPad. It can enhance your security greatly but at a cost, you will only be able to connect to a particular server that you select. To change the server, you'll need to edit the VPN configuration again, as opposed to merely tapping a button in the app to select a different server location. How to set up a VPN in iOS manually Open the Settings app. Navigate to the "General" section and scroll down till you see the "VPN" option. Note: If you have already used a VPN before, you may have a "VPN" toggle in the side bar of the Settings screen. That's literally just a switch, and cannot be used to configure the VPN. You will need to follow step 2, to set up the connection. Tap on "Add VPN Configuration". Select the VPN type: IKEv2 or IPSec or L2TP. Enter the following details in the VPN configuration screen. For IKEv2 Description - Give it a name Server - The IP address of the VPN server you want to connect to. Remote ID - Enter the same IP address. Local ID - Not required. Leave it blank. User Authentication - Username/Certificate Username - Your VPN account's username. Password - The password for the account. Proxy - Off Note: Username is the easier option of the two, but some VPNs may not support it. In that case, you will be asked to install a security certificate on your device, to communicate with the VPN's servers. 6. Hit Done in the top right corner of the screen. 7. Enable the VPN from the toggle on the side bar, or from the VPN settings page. You will need to visit the support portal of your VPN service to get the manual configuration details (also called native protocols) which you need to enter in the VPN set up screen. This method is common across all recent versions of iOS. I tested this on iOS 13 beta and it works flawlessly on both IPSec and IKEv2. In case the VPN connection failed, you don't have to start from scratch. Just go back to the VPN section in iOS' settings, and use the "Edit" option to modify the fields. Please be aware that some VPN services use a different authentication method for manual settings. Using your regular account username and password will not authenticate the connection. You may be required to use your account's dashboard to create a new configuration. This will generate a random username and password to authenticate your account for the specific protocol. Just FYI, there is a new protocol called WireGuard, which promises faster encryption and better speeds. It isn't available for use yet, but is expected to be supported by all major services and operating systems. Source: How to set up a VPN in iOS manually (gHacks)
  15. Alex42

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  16. Radpop

    CyberGhost 7.1.2.4167

    CyberGhost 7.1.2.4167 VPN Homepage: https://www.cyberghostvpn.com/en_US/ Features: Automatic Kill Switch Highest possible speed Unlimited bandwidth and traffic Access to over 3000 servers worldwide DNS and IP Leak Protection Strict No Logs Policy 256-bit AES Encryption OpenVPN, L2TP-IPsec and PPTP protocols Simultaneous connections on up to 7 devices Apps for Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, Linux, Routers Friendly support: chat or email 45-day money back guarantee For Windows 10 - 7, .NET 3.5 SP1 installed, download trial client installer and install client: https://www.cyberghostvpn.com/en_US/download Login Cyberghost, if You have premium account or Register for 24 hrs trial using valid email address Setup guide: https://support.cyberghostvpn.com/hc/en-us/articles/360008725354-How-to-install-CyberGhost-7-for-Windows-and-login Black Friday deal What's new: https://blog.cyberghostvpn.com/en/cyberghost-7-0/
  17. Microsoft Issues Warning For 50M Windows 10 Users Windows 10 continues to be a danger zone. Not only have problems been piling up in recent weeks, Microsoft has also been worryingly deceptive about the operation of key services. And now the company has warned millions about another problem. Windows 10 users have been exposed to a worrying new vulnerability Steve Kotecki Spotted by the always excellent Windows Latest, Microsoft has told tens of millions of Windows 10 users that the latest KB4501375 update may break the platform’s Remote Access Connection Manager (RASMAN). And this can have serious repercussions. The big one is VPNs. RASMAN handles how Windows 10 connects to the internet and it is a core background task for VPN services to function normally. Given the astonishing growth in VPN usage for everything from online privacy and important work tasks to unlocking Netflix and YouTube libraries, this has the potential to impact heavily on how you use your computer. Interestingly, in detailing the issue Microsoft states that it only affects Windows 10 1903 - the latest version of the platform. The problem is Windows 10 1903 accounts for a conservative total of at least 50M users. Microsoft's Windows 10 updates remain a minefield WindowsCentral Why conservative? Because Microsoft states Windows 10 has been installed on 800M computers worldwide, but that figure is four months old. Meanwhile, the ever-reliable AdDuplex reports Windows 10 1903 accounted for 6.3% of all Windows 10 computers in June (50.4M), but that percentage was achieved in just over a month and their report is 10 days old. Microsoft has listed a complex workaround, but no timeframe has been announced for an actual fix. In the meantime, Microsoft is stepping up its attempts to push Windows 7 users to Windows 10. Those users must be looking at Windows 10 right now and thinking they will resist to the very end. Source: Microsoft Issues Warning For 50M Windows 10 Users (Forbes)
  18. Russia Says it Will Soon Begin Blocking Major VPNs Back in March, ten major VPN providers including NordVPN, ExpressVPN, IPVanish and HideMyAss were ordered by Russian authorities to being blocking sites present in the country's national blacklist. Following almost total non-compliance, the country's telecoms watchdog says that blocking nine of the services is now imminent. When it comes to site-blocking, Russia is one of the most aggressive countries in the world. Thousands of pirate sites are blocked on copyright grounds while others are restricted for containing various types of “banned information”, such as extremist material. The domains of these platforms are contained in a national blacklist. Service providers of many types are required to interface with this database, in order to block sites from being accessible via their systems. This includes VPN providers, particular those that ordinarily provide censorship workarounds. Back in March, telecoms watchdog Roscomnadzor wrote to ten major VPN providers – NordVPN, ExpressVPN, TorGuard, IPVanish, VPN Unlimited, VyprVPN, Kaspersky Secure Connection, HideMyAss!, Hola VPN, and OpenVPN – ordering them to connect to the database. Many did not want to play ball. NordVPN, for example, flat-out refused to comply, stating that doing so would violate service agreements made with its customers. IPVanish also rejected any censorship, as did VPN Unlimited, VyprVPNand OpenVPN. The VPN services in question were given a limited time to respond (30 days) but according to Roscomnadzor, most are digging in their heels. In fact, of the companies contacted with the demands, only one has agreed to the watchdog’s terms. “We sent out ten notifications to VPNs. Only one of them – Kaspersky Secure Connection – connected to the registry,” Roscomnadzor chief Alexander Zharov informs Interfax. “All the others did not answer, moreover, they wrote on their websites that they would not comply with Russian law. And the law says unequivocally if the company refuses to comply with the law – it should be blocked.” And it appears that Roscomnadzor is prepared to carry through with its threat. When questioned on the timeline for blocking, Zharov said that the matter could be closed within a month. If that happens, the non-compliant providers will themselves be placed on the country’s blacklist (known locally as FGIS), meaning that local ISPs will have to prevent their users from accessing them. It is not yet clear whether that means their web presences, their VPN servers, or both. In the case of the latter, it’s currently unclear whether there will be a battle or not. TorGuard has already pulled its servers out of Russia and ExpressVPN currently lists no servers in the country. The same is true for OpenVPN although VyprVPN still listsservers in Moscow, as does HideMyAss. Even if Roscomnadzor is successful in blocking any or all of the non-compliant services, there are still dozens more to choose from, a fact acknowledged by Zharov. “These ten VPNs do not exhaust the entire list of proxy programs available to our citizens. I don’t think there will be a tragedy if they are blocked, although I feel very sorry about it,” Zharov concludes. Source
  19. Psiphon Pro By Psiphon Inc. This is the pro version of Psiphon which is a secure VPN application for Android. The application allows you to navigate freely on the internet. You will be connected to all hindered sites that are blocked due to censorship or other factors. You will also be safe when you do this. You will be able to connect to any site that has been exposed to Psyphon Pro and has blocked access. Psiphon’s work structure is quite simple. As with other VPN applications, a tunnel opens and you appear to be connecting through other countries. Whether you want to use the application only on the browser, you can use it in all applications. One of the features that Psiphon has provided is the ability to display your internet traffic. If you want to use the internet for free, Psiphon is for you. Site: https://workupload.com Sharecode: /file/xv2cRNKM
  20. mona

    Best VPN 2018

    Best VPN 2018 February 24, 2018 by Sven Taylor With all the alarming developments in mass surveillance, ISP spying, online censorship, and content restrictions, you are probably looking for the best VPN to stay safe online. But be careful! To find the best VPN, you’ll need to watch out for VPN scams, VPNs that lie about logs (PureVPN), VPNs that leak IP addresses (VPN Unlimited), and even malicious VPNs with hidden tracking libraries (Betternet). So tread carefully my friends. The rankings of the best VPN services below are based on extensive test results to check for IP address leaks, DNS leaks, connection issues, app performance, reliability, speed, and whether the features work correctly. Additionally, I also considered company policies, jurisdiction, logging practices, and the trustworthiness of the provider. Best VPNs 2018 Now we will take a deep dive into the top five best VPN services for 2018, discussing the pros, cons, features, and testing results for every provider. ExpressVPN ExpressVPN is a trusted and highly-recommended service that remains one of the best all-around VPNs on the market. It is based in the British Virgin Islands and offers a great lineup of applications for all devices. Extensive testing for the ExpressVPN review found the apps to be very secure, with exceptional performance throughout the server network. ExpressVPN is also a service that continues to get better. In the past six months they have made significant improvements to their apps to protect users against rare leak scenarios. These efforts culminated in the public release of their leak testing tools, which can be used to test any VPN for flaws/failures (open source and available on GitHub). ExpressVPN’s logging policies (only anonymized stats) were recently put to the test when authorities in Turkey seized one of their servers to obtain user data. But no customer data was affected as authorities were not able to obtain any logs (further explained here). This event showed that ExpressVPN remains true to its core mission of protecting customer privacy and data. ExpressVPN is also one of the best VPN providers you will find for streaming. Whether you are using a VPN with Kodi or streaming Netflix with a VPN, ExpressVPN offers applications to support all devices as well as a high-bandwidth network with great performance. Their support is also superb, with 24/7 live chat assistance and a 30 day money-back guarantee. Exclusive discount – ExpressVPN is currently offering an exclusive 49% discount on select plans, which reduces the monthly rate down to $6.67 (the non-discount price is $8.32 per month). ExpressVPN Windows client. + Pros User-friendly and reliable apps Exceptional speeds throughout the server network 30 day money-back guarantee Split tunneling feature (for Mac OS, Windows, and routers) Great for Netflix and other streaming services Strong encryption and leak protection settings 24/7 live chat support – Cons Apps collect anonymized connection stats, but users can opt out (IP addresses not logged) Perfect Privacy After testing out many different VPN services, Perfect Privacy holds the top spot as the best VPN for advanced online anonymity. You may have never heard of Perfect Privacy because they largely ignore marketing and instead focus on providing a high quality, privacy-focused service with very advanced features. Nonetheless, this is a well-respected VPN provider that has earned high praise from the tech community for exposing massive vulnerabilities with other VPNs. Their network is composed entirely of dedicated servers that provide you with fast speeds, great reliability, and plenty of bandwidth at all times (you can see real-time server bandwidth here). They have also passed real-world tests when two of their servers were seized by Dutch authorities last year. However, no customer data was affected due to no logs and all servers operating in RAM disk mode with nothing being saved on the server. For features they offer multi-hop VPN chains, advanced firewall configuration options (DNS and IP leak protection), port forwarding, NeuroRouting, Socks5 and Squid proxies, obfuscation features to defeat VPN blocking (Stealth VPN), and a customizable TrackStop feature to block tracking, malware, advertising and social media domains. They also give you an unlimited number of device connections and offer full IPv6 support (giving you both an IPv4 and IPv6 address). While Perfect Privacy offers very advanced features that you won’t find anywhere else, it also comes with a Swiss price tag at €8.95 per month. Additionally, these advanced features may be overkill for some users, especially if you are new to VPNs. Nonetheless, for those seeking the highest levels of online anonymity, security, and overall performance, Perfect Privacy is a solid choice. The Perfect Privacy Windows client, using a four-hop VPN cascade. + Pros Unlimited number of device connections Multi-hop VPN chains, up to 4 servers (self-configurable) NeuroRouting (dynamic, server-side multi-hop that can be used with all devices) Absolutely no logs without any restrictions Dedicated servers operating only in RAM disk mode Full IPv6 support (provides both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses) Customizable firewall/port-forwarding options TrackStop advertisement, tracking, and malware blocker – Cons Higher price Full VPN Manager client not available for Mac OS (but BETA client available, along with other installation options) VPN.ac VPN.ac is Romania-based VPN service with excellent overall quality for a very reasonable price. It was created by a team of network security professionals with a focus on security, strong encryption, and high-quality applications. Their VPN network is composed entirely of dedicated servers with secure, self-hosted DNS. VPN.ac’s server network provides you with great speeds and reliability (see the review for details). Performance is maximized with reliable applications and excellent bandwidth on their network at all times. (You can see their real-time bandwidth stats by selecting VPN Nodes Status at the top of the website.) For a lower-priced VPN service, VPN.ac offers an impressive lineup of features: maximum encryption strength, obfuscation features, double-hop VPN server configurations, and a secure proxy browser extension. All support inquiries are handled internally by the network security professionals who built the infrastructure. The one drawback I found is that VPN.ac maintains connection logs – but all data is erased daily. , which they clearly explain on their website. When you consider everything in relation to the price, this is one of the best values you’ll find for a premium VPN service. The VPN.ac Windows client, using a double-hop configuration. + Pros High-security VPN server network (dedicated servers, with self-hosted encrypted DNS) Excellent speeds with lots of available bandwidth Multi-hop (double VPN) server configurations Obfuscation features – Cons Advanced encryption (7 available protocols) Low price for a very advanced VPN (good value) Connection logs (no activity, erased daily) NordVPN NordVPN is a popular no logs VPN service based in Panama. Just like with ExpressVPN, NordVPN is a service that has made significant improvements over the past year. It performed well in testing for the latest update to the NordVPN review. The NordVPN apps have undergone some great updates to further protect users against the possibility of data leaks, while also adding a newly-improved kill switch to block all non-VPN traffic. As another improvement, NordVPN has rolled out a CyberSec feature that blocks advertisements, tracking, and malicious domains. And finally, NordVPN continues to work with Netflix and other streaming services. NordVPN is a great choice for privacy-focused users. Aside from the Panama jurisdiction and no-logs policies, NordVPN also provides advanced online anonymity features. These include double-hop server configurations, Tor-over-VPN servers, and also a lineup of obfuscated servers to conceal VPN traffic. NordVPN’s customer service is also top-notch. They provide 24/7 live chat support directly through their website, and all plans come with a 30 day money-back guarantee. NordVPN discount – NordVPN is currently offering a massive 77% discount on select plans, which drops the monthly rate down to only $2.75. (This is significantly cheaper than their standard rate with the annual plan at $5.75 per month.) The NordVPN Windows client. + Pros User-friendly apps 30 day money-back guarantee Multi-hop (double VPN) server configurations 24/7 live chat support No logs Competitive price Ad blocking feature – Cons Variable speeds with some servers VPNArea VPNArea is not the biggest name in the VPN industry, but this Bulgaria-based provider did well in testing for the review. They take customer privacy very seriously, with a strict no logs policy, good privacy features, and Switzerland hosting for business operations. Being based in Bulgaria, they do not fall under data-retention or copyright violation laws, which further protects their users. Aside from being a privacy-focused service, VPNArea also offers numerous servers that are optimized for streaming and torrenting. It continues to work well with Netflix, BBC iPlayer, Amazon Prime, Hulu and others. Torrenting and P2P downloads are allowed without any restrictions. They continue to improve their service with new features, including obfuscation (Stunnel) and ad-blocking through their self-hosted DNS servers. VPNArea is also one of the few VPNs that offer dedicated IP addresses. VPNArea Windows client. + Pros Competitive price No logs Great for streaming and torrenting Ad-blocking DNS servers 6 simultaneous connections (which can be shared with others) Dedicated IP addresses available – Cons Apps are somewhat busy DNS leak protection must be manually configured # # # Considerations for finding the best VPN As we already discussed, choosing the best VPN all boils down to determining which factors you consider the most important. In other words, it’s a very subjective process. Here are seven important factors to consider: Test results – How well does the VPN perform in testing? This includes both performance testing (speed and reliability) and leak testing (IP leaks and DNS leaks). Privacy jurisdiction – Where the VPN is legally based affects customer privacy. Many people avoid VPNs based in the US and other surveillance countries for this reason. For more of a discussion on this topic, see the guide on Five Eyes / 14 Eyes and VPNs. Server network – Three considerations when examining VPN servers are quality, locations, and bandwidth. Some VPNs prioritize server quality, while others prioritize locations. Also, see if you can find a real-time server status page to get an idea of available bandwidth, which will indicate performance. Privacy features – One good privacy feature for more online anonymity is a multi-hop VPN configuration. This will encrypt your traffic across two or more servers, offering more protection against surveillance and targeted monitoring. Operating system – Be sure to check out if the VPN you are considering supports the operating system you will be using. Obfuscation – Obfuscation is a key feature if you are using a VPN in China or anywhere that VPNs may be blocked. Obfuscation is also key for school and work networks that may restrict VPN use. Company policies – It’s always good to read through the company policies to see if it’s a good fit. Privacy policies, refund policies, and torrenting policies are all good to consider before signing up. There are many other factors you may want to consider when selecting the best VPN – but this is a good starting point. Best VPN speed and performance Many people are wondering how to achieve the best VPN speed. Others are wondering which VPNs are fastest. If you are using a good VPN service, you really shouldn’t notice a huge reduction in speed. Of course, the extra work that goes into encrypting/decrypting your traffic across VPN servers will affect speed, but usually it’s not noticeable. To optimize your VPN speed and achieve better performance, here are some factors to consider: Internet service provider interference – Some ISPs interfere with or throttle VPN connections. This seems to be a growing problem. Solution: use a VPN with obfuscation features, which will conceal the VPN traffic as HTTPS. (Perfect Privacy with Stealth VPN, VPN.ac with the XOR protocol, and VyprVPN with the Chameleon protocol are all good options.) High latency – You can generally expect slower speeds when you connect to servers further from your location. Using multi-hop VPN configurations will also increase latency and slow things down. Solution: Use servers closer to your location. If you utilize a multi-hop VPN chain, select nearby servers to minimize latency. Server congestion – Many of the larger VPN services oversell their servers, resulting in congestion, minimal bandwidth, dropped connections, and slow speeds. All of the recommendations on this page performed well in testing and offer adequate bandwidth for good speed. For example, see the Perfect Privacy server page and the VPN.ac server page (VPN Nodes Status at the top). Antivirus or firewall software – Antivirus and third-party firewall software often interfere with and slows down VPNs. Some software will implement their firewall on top of the default (operating system) firewall, which slows everything down. Solution: Disable the third-party firewall, or add an exception/rule for the VPN software. WiFi interference – WiFi interference or problems are unrelated to the VPN, but it can make a difference in overall speed. Solution: It may not be convenient, but using a wired connection will improve speed and security. Processing power – Many devices don’t do well with the extra processing power that is needed for VPN encryption/decryption. This is especially the case with older computers, routers, and mobile devices. Solution: Switch devices or upgrade to a faster processor (higher CPU). Network setup – Some networks do not work well with certain VPN protocols. Solution: The best solution is to experiment with different VPN protocols and/or ports (OpenVPN UDP / TCP / ECC / XOR, IPSec, etc.). Some VPN providers also allow you to modify MTU size, which may improve speed. To achieve the best VPN speed possible, it’s a good idea to experiment with the different variables. Assuming the servers are not overloaded with users, the two main ways to optimize performance are choosing a nearby server with low latency and selecting the right protocol. As mentioned above, the best protocol may vary depending on your unique situation. Best VPN services for streaming Many people who enjoy streaming are turning to VPNs to unlock content that is blocked or restricted and also gain a higher level of privacy. As mentioned above, the best all-around VPN for streaming is ExpressVPN because it always works with Netflix and other streaming services, it offers a huge lineup of apps, and the customer support is great. Another solid choice for streaming is VPNArea. Using a VPN with Netflix will allow you to access all the content you want wherever you are located in the world. Below I am accessing US Netflix from my location in Europe, using an ExpressVPN server in Washington, D.C. VPNs to avoid in 2018 There are a lot of different VPNs on the market – so it’s a good idea to consider your choices carefully. The problem, however, is that the internet is full of disinformation concerning VPNs. Large sites are often paid lots of money to promote inferior services. But this is no secret. With that being said, here are some important details that many of the larger websites are hiding from their readers: PureVPN – PureVPN is recommended by some big websites, but there are many red flags. When testing everything for the PureVPN review, I found IPv4 leaks, IPv6 leaks, DNS leaks, broken features (kill switch) and a host of other speed and connection problems. Also concerning, I learned that PureVPN was caught logging user data and handing this information over to US authorities – all despite having a “zero log policy” and promising to protect user privacy. Betternet – Betternet is a Canada-based provider that is known for offering a free VPN service. Unfortunately, when I tested everything for the Betternet review I found the service to leak IP addresses (both IPv4 and IPv6) as well as and DNS requests. An academic research paper also listed Betternet as #4 on the Top 10 most malware-infected Android VPN apps, while also embedding tracking libraries in their apps. Scary stuff, considering that VPNs are supposed to provide privacy and security (but that’s why you don’t use a free VPN). Betternet’s Android VPN app tested positive for malware by 13 different antivirus tools (AV-rank 13) !!! Hotspot Shield – Hotspot Shield is another troublesome VPN service with a well-documented history or problems. Hotspot Shield VPN was directly identified in a research paper for “actively injecting JavaScript codes using iframes for advertising and tracking purposes” with their Android VPN app. The same study also found a large presence of tracking libraries in the VPN app’s source code. Hotspot Shield was also in the news for a critical flaw in their VPN app which reveals the user’s identity and location. Hidemyass – HideMyAss is a UK-based VPN provider with a troubling history. Despite promising to protect user privacy, HideMyAss was found to be turning over customer data to law enforcement agencies around the world. VPN Unlimited – Extensive testing of the VPN Unlimited apps identified numerous leaks. This screenshot illustrates IPv6 leaks, WebRTC leaks, and DNS leaks with the VPN Unlimited Windows client. Leaks with VPN Unlimited Of course, there are many examples of problematic VPNs. But you can test your VPN to also check for issues that may affect your privacy and security. If you’re serious about privacy and online freedom… Start using a VPN whenever you go online. In just the last few years we’ve seen a number of unprecedented developments in corporate and government mass surveillance: Internet service providers in the United States can now legally record online browsing history and sell this data to third parties and advertisers. Mass surveillance also continues unabated… Residents of the United Kingdom are having their online browsing history, calls, and text messages recorded for up to two years (Investigatory Powers Act). This private information is freely available to various government agencies and their global surveillance partners. Australia has also recently implemented mandatory data retention laws, which require the collection of text messages, calls, and internet connection data. Free speech and free thought are increasingly under attack all around the world. While this has traditionally been a problem in China and other Middle Eastern countries, it is increasingly common throughout the Western world. Here are a few examples fo what we see unfolding: YouTube videos that are blocked or censored. Social media accounts, tweets, posts, and/or entire platforms that are blocked. Websites of all different varieties (torrenting, Wikipedia, news, etc.) blocked. What you are seeing is the continual erosion of privacy and online freedom. And it’s happening throughout the world. The point here is not to sound alarmist, but instead to illustrate these trends and how they affect you. The good news is that there are very effective solutions for these problems. You can protect yourself right now with a good VPN and other privacy tools. Stay safe! Recap – Best VPNs for Privacy, Security, and Speed SOURCE
  21. VPN Users Could Be Depriving Pirate Sites of Ad Revenue With website blocking becoming more prevalent around the world, more and more users are turning to VPNs to regain access. However, according to the operator of one of the world's largest pirate sites, some advertising agencies consider the traffic as worthless. For more than a decade, copyright holders around the world have pushed Internet service providers to block ‘pirate’ sites. While users in the United States are yet to experience any blocking on copyright grounds, elsewhere – particularly in Europe – the site blocking phenomenon is in full swing. Indeed, according to a recent overview by the Motion Picture Association, almost 4,000 websites are blocked by ISPs across 31 countries. The number of domains blocked is more than double that amount, in excess of 8,000 worldwide. While the action is seen as effective at preventing direct access to sites, plenty of workarounds exist. Alternative ‘pirate’ domains regularly appear, along with mirrors, clones and the rising use of Tor and, of course, VPNs. Interestingly, however, we received correspondence from the operator of a major ‘pirate’ site this week that indicated that VPN-based traffic is undesirable because it is considered almost worthless by advertising networks. “Pirate sites need money to operate,” he explained. “Having more VPN users accessing the site doesn’t equal more money.” According to the operator, ad agencies frown upon such traffic. Instead, they prefer traffic that is easily categorized into geographic regions, with some countries’ traffic being considered more valuable than others. Users visiting sites from places such as the US, UK, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, and Australia, are considered more valuable than those visiting from India and China, for example. The site operator says that advertisers pay for his traffic on a geographic basis. An example list of geocodes published by Maxmind shows a sample, with the United States listed as ‘US’, United Kingdom as ‘GB’, and Canada as ‘CA’. However, at the top of the list is A1, which stands for Anonymous Proxy. “Advertisers pay per [geocode] and do campaigns per [geocode]. VPNs are marked with GEO A1 which is outside the scope of those tiers thus no one gets paid for those,” he explained. Another site operator working in a similar niche told us that in his experience, payment for VPN traffic is patchy. However, he agreed with the overall sentiment. “It all depends on the network to be honest. I have worked with a few networks before that don’t even show a popup if you’re using a VPN,” he explained. Of course, the A1 code isn’t just limited to VPNs. TOR also comes under that category and that traffic is frowned up too. “No ad agency pays for TOR traffic,” we were told. “There are special flags for TOR , anonymous proxies, VPN, dedicated servers, VPS servers. It’s really easy to monitor those networks and changes to them. Everything is public anyway.” IP2Location sells access to a database for $799 which claims to be able to detect VPNs, proxies, and bots. It also offers a demo, which allows the user to enter an IP address and discover whether it falls into the above categories. We tested it with a diverse range of VPN servers and the tool identified the VPN every single time. So while visitors may be able to unblock ‘pirate’ sites with VPNs, TOR, and similar tools, it’s clear that many advertisers aren’t partial to this kind of traffic. There are other more creative ways to monetize these visitors through various schemes but for the large site in question, they’re more of a burden. “More visits, more server load for 0$,” he concluded. Source
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  24. Purism to Beef Up Privacy of Its Linux Devices with Private Internet Access VPN Purism, the company behind the Linux-powered Librem laptops and the forthcoming Librem 5 Linux phones, announced today that it has partnered with Private Internet Access (PIA) to implement a VPN solution by default in its devices. Known for its anonymous virtual private network solutions supporting several VPN technologies like OpenVPN, PPTP, L2TP/IPsec, and SOCKS5, Private Internet Access (PIA) is the gold standard of VPNs, and Purism has just become its first OEM partner to offer PIA's VPN services in all of its devices by default. "PIA is the gold standard of VPNs, and we are thrilled to be working with a company that is so closely aligned with our ethics," said Todd Weaver, founder and CEO of Purism. "PIA has stood behind their commitment to protect user data. [...] Our partnership with them is a big win for users who don't want to sacrifice convenience or freedom in the products they use." Purism plans to integrate Private Internet Access's VPN services by default within its Debian-based PureOS operating system, which ships pre-installed with the Librem 13 and Librem 15 laptops. Of course, the company also aims to add a similar VPN solution in the privacy-focused Librem 5 phone, which is expected to hit the shelves in Q3 2019.Purism and PIA to bring tracking-free and encrypted tools to Linux usersWith this partnership, both Purism and Private Internet Access hope to bring an unprecedented combination of tracking-free and encrypted tools, as well as related services to Linux users who buy or already own the Librem laptops. It will add yet another layer of robust privacy protection on top of Purism's numerous privacy and security layers. These include Purism's industry first TPM integration with Heads, Purism’s Librem Key for physical encryption, Nextcloud for secure document management, and Matrix for secure chat. Private Internet Access is a long-term sponsor of the Software Freedom Conservancy and Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), and its VPN service do not log user data. Source
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