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Free VPN! Anonymous surfing, p2p, bittorrent

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by jessecooper, Feb 27, 2007.

  1. #1
    I figured i'd share a site that i use call SecureIX
    SEMrush
    You sign up for the email (no person id needed) and you use your login to open a VPN (virtual private network) so all internet activity is coming from the VPN's IP. Great if you download via bittorrent to stop mpaa from watchin your traffic :D :D :D

    blah blah blah.... hope someone finds this useful!
     
    jessecooper, Feb 27, 2007 IP
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  2. scart3r

    scart3r Notable Member

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    I can hear the choir playing now..... ban, ban, ban, ban....Oh - ban that evil Warez...
     
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    ichigo Well-Known Member

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    but it will slow down your download speed right?
     
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    jessecooper Peon

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    what do you mean ban?
     
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    jessecooper Peon

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    well, in theory yes. but i've had download speed at several hundred mb's per second on T1 and T3 connections... so it all really depends on your normal speed
     
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    Kerosene Alpha & Omega™ Staff

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    Protecting your privacy is not wrong, regardless of what you're downloading.
     
    Kerosene, Feb 27, 2007 IP
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    jessecooper Peon

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    exactly how i feel. the internet was built for the military and then released for public use. part of it's heritage is the ability to remain anonymous, and that is slowly being taken away via cable companies, data mining, and dooshbag telecoms.... I support freedom of information and NET NEUTRALITY!!!


    SAVE THE WEB!
     
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    Kerosene Alpha & Omega™ Staff

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    I think it's ridiculous we have to worry about net neutrality, let alone have a "word" for it.
     
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    jessecooper Peon

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    lol me too
     
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    scart3r Notable Member

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    I am sorry, but I was under the impression that you are promoting a program that lets you download whatever you want without being caught by the authorities. I can't think of a better use of it than in illegal downloads. Did I miss something?
     
    scart3r, Feb 28, 2007 IP
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    InfoH Well-Known Member

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    errm... lol

    several hundred mb's per second?

    i use to run topsites and had 10 networked 100mbit's and even when transferring to themselves they only got max of 36mb/s
     
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    Kerosene Alpha & Omega™ Staff

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    VPNs aren't just used to avoid being 'caught', but to avoid being watched - not only by "the authorities", but by anyone. If you use an unknown/public connection without going thru a VPN, then you're nuts.
     
    Kerosene, Feb 28, 2007 IP
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    jessecooper Peon

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    well i go by what good ole Utorrent says! and i kno that 1.3 gig program downloaded FASTTTTTTT

    just go find a nice big university and find a way to get directly plugged in to there hub :D (late at nite so there is little traffic)
     
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    jessecooper Peon

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    I agree, well put kero
     
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    scart3r Notable Member

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    Ok, thanks for the info - very interesting :)
     
    scart3r, Feb 28, 2007 IP
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    KingofKings Banned

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    I used to that do back in the university days... the download speed was crazy... :cool:
     
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    jessecooper Peon

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    !!!hoo rah!
     
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    Sweet, nice find.
     
    Daz, Feb 28, 2007 IP