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Kodi is a steaming application and is legal. I tried to configure by myself in GNS3 lab. Here's another tip - use a Cisco VPN configuration generator to start your configuration off, and then tweak it from there. This way your ISP will not be able to see that you are using the Onion browser. VPN services are a modern day necessity where no one wants to miss out on the trending media content on the internet just because you could not access the content available in another country.

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This slows down your connection something awful, but does make it virtually uncrackable. Securing a connection is one thing, but protecting your data is quite another. As we said earlier, a VPN is in an excellent position to simply gather all your data and then sell it on themselves, which is why you want a service that is proven to keep no logs.

Logs, in this case, are basically the sign-in sheet for the internet and can show where you were and what you were doing at any time. Below are three services that will, under no circumstances, keep logs of any kind, not even so-called metadata which is information about what you were doing, not always completely anonymized.

ExpressVPN keeps no logs whatsoever, though it does keep track of how much bandwidth you consume without any identifiable data. Another service with a strict no-logs privacy policy, VyprVPN collects some data on usage volume and that is it.

On top of all that, it also offers its special Chameleon protocol, which keeps you from being detected while using the VPN. Much the same goes for NordVPN: There are few things as annoying as having to wait for an answer or to deal with a carousel of clueless techs before you finally find out the one thing you need to start using a service again. CyberGhost has yet to leave us hanging while processing a request: During the writing of our CyberGhost review we ran into some technical difficulties and the answers we got allowed us to get back to using the app within minutes.

NordVPN has another lightning-fast customer service team that seem to all be in possession of comp. Answers are delivered within about fifteen minutes and are always on the money. Below are the three providers that offer the lowest monthly price, though do note that this is when you sign up for the annual plan. That said, with its great speeds, CyberGhost is definitely worth the money. And there you have it, six criteria to decide which VPN works best for you, as well as some general guidelines on what to look out for.

Those three requirements will always lead to a VPN that is safe, and safety in this case is key. Which criteria ring most true for you? Any services you would recommend? Let us know in the comments below and, as always, thank you for reading. Have you ever known a person who tries too hard to be cute? Support is probably the worst aspect of TunnelBear. As expected, the cuteness actually masks mean-spiritedness. When I failed to participate in the cuteness game by contacting TunnelBear about a problem and suggesting how the unfinished features could be improved, TunnelBear responded with a pompous, sactimonious attitude.

I am just getting ready to sign up for another year. They have excellent support, are easy to use and seriously their price for a year is ridiculously low. Hi, out of pure curiosity, what are the selection criteria of the names presented in the list?

And, secondly, Cyberghost started for a while now to give users 7 devices instead of 5 — like it used to be. As for the criteria, we do mention those in the respective sections. I recently signed up with NordVPN. So far the issues I have found are that occasionally data is unavailable from certain websites.

One of these is Amazon. Certain data, such as some Amazon images, are not available from US servers but can be accessed using the Canadian server. A hassle but at least a workaround. Still evaluating whether I should try another service. Your email address will not be published. Cybercrime is an evolving problem. Even as consumers learn about scams and schemes that run amok in the dark corners of the internet, new ones are being developed. One such crime is phishing. By Jacob Roach — 18 Sep'18 Overflowing with tourists, France is a popular place to visit for its fine wine, sophisticated cuisine and rich history, not to mention the City of Lights.

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Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Best VPN for France Food, Wine and Privacy Overflowing with tourists, France is a popular place to visit for its fine wine, sophisticated cuisine and rich history, not to mention the City of Lights. Best Cloud Storage for Sharing I access servers in the USA to access my cable channels.

Sep 16, at 6: I pretty much always use the fastest server available for minimal drop-off, unless I need to appear in a specific location for research purposes. VYPR has a really handy dashboard in that respect, which lets you choose the fastest server with one click. Great on mobile too through their app. Sep 16, at I too started using ExpressVPN recently. I noticed a substantial drop in speed as well, but I suspect that many of the speed tests are not all that accurate as I sometimes get wildly different results from different tests at the same time.

That said, I seem to get the best speeds by using servers in Singapore and Hong Kong for my regular surfing and only those in the US when I need to. Sep 17, at 5: An American in Thailand says: I thank you for passing this on. Great and wonderful site! Sep 14, at 8: Sep 15, at Thanks for this great blog. Are you able to point me to any guidelines on how to do this in Thailand, including whether I will likely need to buy a new router to replace the True device?

Thanks in advance for your help. Aug 30, at 9: Hi Margo, you can do this by sharing the internet connection with your Apple TV. Most VPN providers have a solution for this. Aug 30, at 3: I would like to know how long 3BB keeps my browsing history. But how much previous browsing can the spooks sift through, using 3BB.

Do they keep it for 1 year? I hope with your contacts you can find this info out. Aug 24, at Over the last few months, the single gateway is being tested, particularly in Bangkok, which would explain many users experiencing strange connection behaviour such as certain websites taking ages to load and timing out, and in particular unreliable Facebook connectivity.

Aug 24, at 2: Aug 12, at 1: Aug 13, at 2: I signed up for a month with HMA and installed the software on my Mac desktop, then spent the better part of the morning trying to log on to one of their servers. I finally contacted the help desk and they told me my brand-new router from CAT was not compatible with a VPN and that I would have to purchase a new router.

I would also like to mention that one of the reasons I selected HMA is because of the good-looking interface you showed. Their dashboard really looks impressive. Well…on my Mac there is no such thing! Only a little window to turn on or off the VPN and select from a long list of countries.

Aug 06, at This might actually have done you a favour long term. In terms of the dashboard, I use MAC too. Feel free to drop me an email with a screenshot of what you are seeing. Aug 07, at 1: Can you tell us the downside of using a VPN in Thailand other than the cost? Is there much of a hit on the connection speed?

Jul 29, at 8: Of course, when on mobile there are certain areas in Thailand where connectivity is poor, and having the VPN on exacerbates this. Jul 18, at Will this be available from 1st to 31st anytime I log onto the net, and even if I tether my connection to another mobile device? Jun 26, at 2: Yes, with a VPN, you boot it before you start browsing. Once connected, you are secure. If you tether from the connection that i encrypted by the VPN, the tethered device will also be secure because it is using that connection.

Jun 26, at Jun 12, at 9: Jun 12, at Hi being I am having problems with paypal,is using a visa to get hma a good idea,I have read some posts saying that they where having problems with third party transactions……Thanks.

Jun 13, at 8: Jun 13, at Jun 02, at 6: They can be handy if you are travelling in a group because you can connect to an Internet source and make it a WiFi hotspot, which allows multiple devices to connect at once. That said, if you have an unlimited 4G package, multiple devices could tether off that connection. Jun 02, at 5: Jun 01, at 5: Jun 01, at Oh thanks man for the reply.

No worries, glad you are finding it helpful. A pocket router is no different, you will still want to use a VPN to encrypt your connection and identity.

Have a great trip. Jun 03, at VyprVPN allows more simultaneous connections — as long as everyone is in the same geographical location the Terms of Service state otherwise. Interesting though, the link in this article brought me to a more expensive page.

A search on HMA Pro took me to the 5. Hopefully, this information will be of use to those who travel outside the country. I went with HMA! Pro for that reason. May 07, at 9: He shares my login while on holiday there due to the great firewall they have.

I have just confirmed this with their support. May 08, at 7: Google voice works well for a free phone service. I still have my account from when I lived in the states and I can now receive phone calls through hangouts on my cell phone. They permit 3 connections from anywhere in the world. My daughter in TX uses one of my 3 connections and I use the other 2 here in Thailand.

Loads of servers all around the world so you can appear anywhere you like. May 08, at 8: I also found the connection inconsistent in Thailand. Good call on Google Voice no pun intended! I have never really felt the need to bother with a VPN in the past here in the States, and only vaguely considered it in Thailand, but after reading this I will definitely be using one when back in Thailand.

Apr 18, at I think VPNs are fast becoming the norm in many countries anyway, simply because people value their privacy. Moreover, VPNs provide an extra layer of security when online in cafes and public areas. For example, I visited a cafe in a mall the other day. It was an open connection. Apr 18, at 9: I am test-driving vyprVPN and so far find it easy to use and the customer support acceptable. Thank you for your input re: I am definitely not tech-savvy, so I will have questions to ask of you as I use it, if you please.

My wife and I will soon be moving permanently to Thailand Hua Hin and will be taking unlocked dual sim smart phones with us.

We will be purchasing dtac or some other company sim cards here in the US and activate our phones when we arrive in Thailand. Apr 08, at 4: I use a DTAC sim card and generally have found it very good. I tether from my phone for internet and this often turns out faster than my home internet! In terms of ISP.

I am planning a post that covers all the ISPs soon so I will keep you posted. Apr 08, at 9: I have been a happy user of ExpressVPN for some time, but recently it has stopped working. I can connect to a server outside Thailand, but I can not access the Internet after the connection has been established.. Apr 02, at 8: This sounds like it could be a local server issue.

Does it work again when you restart your computer? Apr 03, at You said that you have more than one VPN installed on you computer at the same time, so I assume I could do the same. Would it be a good idea to install a Free VPN please recommend one and one for pay to see if the former would suffice for my computer use? Please bear in mind that I am a not particularly tech-savvy senior citizen.

Later I will picking your tech-savvy brain on other matters of concern as my wife and I prepare for our move to Thailan — I greatly appreciate having you and your blog as a resource for my technical education; as a former school principal, it is my goal to be a little more tech-savvy each day; I thank you for your assistance in this endeavor.

Mar 30, at 3: I use 2 VPNs because my work is based online and I travel around a lot. I also do some consultancy work where I will connect multiple devices more than 6 on a network to VPNs and therefore I will split this between the two. Both are easy to use and designed for non-tech-savvy users.

The interfaces are intuitive. You can cancel at any time on a month-by-month plan, but the best deals are usually when you buy a 6-month or yearly package. As a standard web user, one VPN will be adequate for you. You can trial both for free. Vypr does a 3-day free trial.

As mentioned in my post, when you get one of these services, you simply download the software desktop or the app on mobile , choose the location you want to appear in and connect. I actually found that on my mobile phone 4G connection both are giving me faster speeds than my home Internet connection. This is not unusual in Thailand though because often ISP speeds are weaker than mobile.

Mar 30, at First, I should state that I am a not particularly tech-savvy computer novice, so please bear that in mind when you respond to my inquires. I have bookmarked a number of blogs and just discovered yours which seems to have certain information I have not found on any of the others; also, you strike me as being a very knowledgeable, plain-talker.

I like your style and would like to avail myself of your Thai expertise in a number of areas, the first of which is my concern about secure use of my computer while in Thailand, particularly my online banking bill paying, transferring funds from US to our Thailand bank account, etc.

I have read all you have written here about VPN and have a couple of questions: Mar 29, at 6: HMA provide a lightweight piece of software program that you download to your computer, and an app that you install on any mobile devices you have.

When you want to connect to the VPN, you simply boot up the program or app, choose the location you want to appear hide in and click connect. I have been trialling the service for the last 3 months because they have great server coverage and offer some advanced privacy features.

I previously recommended Cyberghost for basic users but the service has become somewhat unreliable in the last 6 months, which is why I trialled alternatives.

Lastly, yes, you can use the VPN wherever you are based. Both of these work a treat inside Thailand, and will do so from the US too, where they have multiple servers in different states. All the best with your move to a Hua Hin. I have been there a number of times. Mar 29, at I also tried Ghost after reading your review — although only on the free plan, it was horrid compared to VyprVPN on thier free plan.

Feb 11, at Remember though that free plans usually limit performance anyway by restricting bandwidth. I still use HideMyAss too because it is so damn reliable. Feb 12, at Are they using some type of key logger or something? Are there any other security holes I should plug other than using a VPN? Feb 05, at 8: The gov will be monitoring use but not hacking in. It was most likely a coincidence and a hacker made easy work of a plugin security flaw in WordPress, or was successful in a brute force attack because of a weak username and PW combination.

There are a lot of hackers operating out of Thailand, so that could be the reason for the name used. Be careful when using open WIFI networks here, like those in many cafes. Run a test on your computer for a keylogger just in case. Feb 05, at Hi, I use Outlook to manage my mail on my computer and Expressdata services for my email address.

When I called Expressdata to ask for help they said the problem lies with my ip address and that I should contact my ISP provider to sort the problem. The problem also occurs when my VPN is turned off. Dec 05, at 7: That can happen with Outlook when using a VPN. The way around that would be to logon directly to your email server and send emails from there when connected to your VPN.

Dec 06, at 9: Has it been blocked by 3BB or the government? Would switching VPNs help? Nov 12, at Nov 08, at 8: I never get those government blockages now that others seem to be experiencing.

Nov 08, at 5: Once the VPN is fired up, how is your connectivity back to the states? In the EU the infrastructure is pretty solid in most places but I have heard to many horror stories about the quality of service in TH….

Oct 24, at 5: The majority of connections are slower than I experience back home, but still fast enough and some as good. I go to a few co-working spaces where the internet is super fast and download speeds second to none. Oct 24, at 9: Except for a few glitches which the support guys fixed straight away, the service works fine. Previously they were offering volume-based packages, now they are offering monthly, semi-annually and annual subscriptions which is a I think an improvement.

Oct 09, at 7: They have 13 servers with IPs in Switzerland. Oct 09, at 9: All devices are secured all the time 3. We support CyberGhost as well. Aug 17, at Jul 20, at They are quite different. A proxy is browser based and is only as secure as the server providing the proxy. Your email address will not be published.

Notify me when new comments are added. Everything you do online in Thailand is tracked and logged. In the following statements began to appear in the media. New Thailand Thailand has cracked down on dissidents in recent years.

But Thailand has had to step up its game in this regard. Do you know how to overcome these blockers? Thanks, Peter for the recommendations. Orlando, Florida Their parent company is on the Caribbean island of Nevis. Cheers Dave, glad your finding it helpful. Have you tried unlocator from Thailand? Could you try it and let us know how it is? Have you tried IPvanish? Vypr speeds have always been really reliable for me.

Hey James, I did yes. Vypr offer a dedicated static IP on their business package. It also comes with a free trial. Please let me know. Great info, I would like to know how long 3BB keeps my browsing history. I think your readers should be aware of this before going ahead with a VPN provider.

Thanks for your prompt reply! Is this the same and does it work the same as the old Hide My IP? They are a reputable firm so Visa would be standard. HMA will allow 2 simultaneous connections regardless of where you are. Thanks again for the great information.

Hi Tom, Glad the post could help. Just a couple of corrections to your comments: Another topic on which I need help follows. Thank you so much for your time and expertise,. Hi Sid, glad to hear you have your VPN working now. First, thank you for your very prompt reply.

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