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VPN Comparison Chart & How to choose the best VPN
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labbe5

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PostPosted: Tue 04 Sep 2018, 20:54    Post subject: How to Install a VPN on LibreELEC
Subject description: How to Install, Configure & Test LibreELEC VPN
 

First, LibreELEC is a distro for streaming content, via Kodi. The minimal distro provides everything needed to run Kodi.

A VPN should be used when using Kodi.

Source of tutorial : https://www.vpnranks.com/libreelec-vpn/

Further reading :
https://seo-michael.co.uk/vpn-manager-for-openvpn-openelec-kodi/
https://www.raspberrypi.org/magpi/libreelec-7-0-review/
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PostPosted: Wed 05 Sep 2018, 16:39    Post subject: My Private Network VPN
Subject description: free plan
 

After reading what My Private Network VPN has to offer, i came to the conclusion that it is not bad at all; if you choose to go for the free plan, you get very good features.

Read by yourself : https://www.my-private-network.co.uk/start-free-vpn/

Now, clearly we can’t just give away the same service as our paid plans, as we’d go out of business straight away, so what we have come up with is a basic offering that is perfectly suitable to secure your internet connection and ensure your privacy, whilst not providing the additional benefits of our paid service.Whilst this is fine for security and privacy, you can’t really use it for downloading, streaming and accessing geographically restricted content.

The right to privacy has always been a given in most of Europe and is enshrined in Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights. However, governments around the world are eroding these rights, especially when it comes to the internet. Last year’s UK Investigatory Powers Act and the more recent repealing of the FCC privacy rules in the US are but two examples from fairly liberal democratic states.

It is fair to say that in most countries now, anything you do on the internet is tracked and recorded by someone, be it the local service provider, the big data companies like Google and Facebook, or government bodies. These organisations are building up massive data troves of our online behaviour and like it or not, this will be used to profile and target people for commercial reasons and no doubt less benign reasons as well.


By providing a free VPN server, albeit with some limitations, we are making secure, private internet connection available to anyone, anywhere, regardless of their means.

Once you register your email with us, you will automatically start our 3 day free trial. This will give you full access to all our servers in 44 countries worldwide, as well as our MyTelly smart DNS service.

Once your trial has expired you can continue to access our Free VPN servers for as long as you wish


Note: If you wish to use our Free service, the configuration file that you need to use is MPN_FRE.ovpn and your connection will be rotated between different countries we have in our Free VPN cluster.

How to install :
Network Manager is used for Ubuntu. But DebianDog OS, and Puppy, do not use such an app.
Alternatively, copy your configuration file (MPN_FRE.ovpn) and paste it in your openvpn folder (it can be hidden), and change its name : openvpn.conf.
Reboot your PC.
Now your are connected to your VPN as a service.
Check your IP with ipleak.net (from AirVPN)

A review from : https://www.bestvpn.com/review/my-private-network/

Now concerning P2P services, one thing worth mentioning is that all torrents have been blocked on servers in the USA, Europe, and several other countries enforcing the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). However, My Private Network states that its servers in Russia and Malaysia allow torrenting.

My Private Network is based in Hong Kong. Since 1997, Hong Kong has been under Chinese control and it is well known that China has some of the strictest laws concerning the operation and use of VPNs. However, HK will retain economic and democratic independence for 50 years after the UK returned it to China.

For this reason, Hong Kong has some of the most open Internet and VPN laws. There are no mandatory data retention laws, so VPN companies do have the legal leeway to delete all logs, or not to record them at all. This makes it somewhat disappointing that My Private Network VPN is choosing to retain them.


Even though the headquarters are located in Hong Kong, its VPN servers in other countries are subject to the laws of those countries. For this reason, VPN servers in the USA, for example, could be required to keep logs and records (if served a warrant). For more information about laws concerning VPNs and online privacy in different countries, take a look at Five Eyes, Nine Eyes and 14 Eyes Intelligence.

AES-256-CBC and SHA-256 are used for the data channel cipher and hash authentication respectively. The control channel is negotiated every time the connection is made, with the preferred parameters being set at an impressive AES-256 for the control channel cipher and SHA-384 for its authentication. Handshake used is RSA-4096 and forward secrecy is enabled by default with 1024 bit Diffie-Hellmann keys.

It is worth noting that the overall setup here is strong and can be counted as among the best encryption and security settings configurations that are available on VPNs reviewed on the site.


Further reading :
Free plan from ZoogVPN
https://zoogvpn.com/pricing

Enjoy!

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PostPosted: Fri 07 Sep 2018, 19:12    Post subject: eddie-ui needs a newer version of openvpn
Subject description: all protocols will be provided by eddie if latest openvpn is installed
 

If you have an older version of openvpn, a number of protocols may not be available to your Eddie app (eddie-ui).

Eddie is the VPN client from AirVPN.

All protocols will be available to you if you install the latest openvpn as a deb file, or if you add openvpn repository to your source list :

Debiandog OS can do that :

Steps to follow :
sudo -s

Import the public GPG key that is used to sign the packages:
wget -O - https://swupdate.openvpn.net/repos/repo-public.gpg|apt-key add -

You need to create a sources.list fragment (as root) so that apt can find the new OpenVPN packages :
echo "deb http://build.openvpn.net/debian/openvpn/<version> <osrelease> main" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/openvpn-aptrepo.list

For a complete tutorial : https://community.openvpn.net/openvpn/wiki/OpenvpnSoftwareRepos

What are protocols?
TCP or UDP and port numbers, etc. Look at protocols in Preferences of your Eddie app.
One protocol that may be very useful is :
TCP 41185 If your ISP applies caps or blocks on lower port ranges.

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PostPosted: Tue 11 Sep 2018, 17:24    Post subject: Five Eyes, Nine Eyes and Fourteen Eyes Nations
Subject description: the ins and outs
 

https://www.vpnranks.com/vpn-based-in-five-eyes-nine-eyes-or-fourteen-eyes-nation/

Five eyes, nine eyes, fourteen eyes, we have heard these terms a lot but why should you care about them? How are they relevant to a VPN and your privacy? Why are they important when it comes to selecting a VPN?


A site to discover :
privacytools.io.

Zeronet users can use this link to access decentralized privacytools.io :
http://127.0.0.1:43110/14gSEpfWfF5Go7u5y7UidZQCnGa6eSBYZ9/

Why is it not recommended to choose a US based service?
Services based in the United States are not recommended because of the country’s surveillance programs, use of National Security Letters (NSLs) and accompanying gag orders, which forbid the recipient from talking about the request. This combination allows the government to secretly force companies to grant complete access to customer data and transform the service into a tool of mass surveillance.
Source : privacytools.io

What to look for :
17 VPNs recommended by privacytools.io
More VPN providers to discover :
https://thatoneprivacysite.net/vpn-comparison-chart/

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PostPosted: Tue 11 Sep 2018, 17:37    Post subject: Torrenting, Streaming and VPN
Subject description: Intricate Details You Need to Know
 

https://www.vpnranks.com/what-is-torrenting-how-does-it-work/

Torrent is a revolutionary file sharing protocol that utilizes the (P2P) technology to share files efficiently. This technology relies on a vast community of decentralized users (Peers) for file sharing as opposed to traditional single servers based downloading.

While Bittorrent technology is infamous for distributing copyrighted material, most of us download pirated movies and songs without even batting an eye, after all the Feds aren’t going to bust through your door for something so harmless right…?

While most of us believe this absurd notion, online piracy is no laughing matter. Whether you pirate one file or a hundred, you are still infringing copyrighted content and that in itself is illegal.

The international intellectual property alliance claims that torrenting alone racks up billions of dollars in lost economic revenue.


Speaking of VPNs, not all providers endorse P2P activities on their servers; in fact, many of them specifically state it in their legal documentation as well. Therefore, make sure you only choose the best VPN services in the market as you should not compromise on online privacy.

Streaming vs torrenting, Which Bears Less Repercussions?

Technically speaking neither streaming nor torrenting copyrighted content is legal. However, despite of legalities most torrenters nowadays prefer streaming content simply because of shear convenience.

Now you might be wondering which one would bear lesser repercussions in terms of legal issues, and the answer to that honestly depends on regional laws and regulations. For instance, streaming or downloading media from an illegal source in the UK is considered illegal; however, in a place like India it is perfectly acceptable.

This is why many western countries frown upon the idea of torrents and are heavily sanctioning their use as well.

However, one thing is for sure, anyone who abuses intellectual property for personal benefits is doing so illegally and can face legal consequences.

Streaming digital contents is a bit safer as compared to downloading them, simply because it gives regulatory authorities less evidence to work with.

You see, in order to download torrent files your torrent client needs your IP address, which it uses to connect you to other peers. This is concerning, since every other peer in a file swarm can see your IP.

Think of it like total strangers stalking your home address.

Having your IP publicly displayed can have serious consequences as it can lead law enforcement agencies right to you.

Now don’t get me wrong streaming content is just as risky, as the website you are streaming from can potentially log your IP without you even suspecting a thing. Besides that, annoying advertisements and malware injections are real threat too.


Further reading :
https://www.vpnranks.com/terrarium-tv-alternatives/
https://www.vpnranks.com/torrent-guide/
https://www.vpnranks.com/yify-torrents-alternatives/

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PostPosted: Wed 12 Sep 2018, 09:50    Post subject: 6 open source tools for making your own VPN  

https://opensource.com/article/18/8/open-source-tools-vpn

Homemade VPN vs. commercial VPN

Making your own VPN adds a layer of privacy and security to your internet connection, but if you’re the only one using it, then it would be relatively easy for a well-equipped third party, such as a government agency, to trace activity back to you.

Furthermore, if you plan to use your VPN to unblock geo-locked content, a homemade VPN may not be the best option. Since you’ll only be connecting from a single IP address, your VPN server is fairly easy to block.

Good commercial VPNs don’t have these issues. With a provider like ExpressVPN, you share the server’s IP address with dozens or even hundreds of other users, making it nigh-impossible to track a single user’s activity. You also get a huge range of hundreds or thousands of servers to choose from, so if one has been blacklisted, you can just switch to another.

The tradeoff of a commercial VPN, however, is that you must trust the provider not to snoop on your internet traffic. Be sure to choose a reputable provider with a clear no-logs policy.


Further reading :
10 Free Open Source Tools for Creating Your Own VPN
https://www.fossmint.com/create-your-own-vpn-server/
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PostPosted: Fri 21 Sep 2018, 17:47    Post subject: How a $12 Billion VPN Industry will Grow to $36 Billion  

How a $12 Billion VPN Industry will Grow to $36 Billion by 2022

Factors Propelling the VPN Industry into Stardom

The VPN industry was a niche on the rise, but what gave it that exponential boom?
Certain incidents such as Edward Snowden blowing the whistle on NSA, Wikileaks, Apple iCloud hack, data retention bills, and Ashley Madison hack propelled the VPN industry into stardom.

Source : https://www.vpnranks.com/how-a-12-billion-vpn-industry-grew-to-36-billion-in-10-years/
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PostPosted: Fri 21 Sep 2018, 18:47    Post subject: VPNs and Quantum computers
Subject description: Making VPNs Quantum Resistant
 

While AES-128 currently is still strong enough, researchers now recommend to use AES-256 as this will increase the security in case of the development of quantum computers.

There is a need to update the asymmetric encryption algorithms to make them resistant against quantum computers as well.

Email clients, such as Tutanota, as well as VPNs, need to be prepared for next generation of computers : Quantum computers.

The best VPNs offer AES-256, also known as military-grade.

Source : https://tutanota.com/blog/posts/update
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PostPosted: Sun 23 Sep 2018, 16:58    Post subject: 1 Gbit/s server made available by AirVPN  

We're very glad to inform you that a new 1 Gbit/s servers located in Montreal (Canada) is available: Lacerta.

The AirVPN client will show automatically this new server, while if you use the OpenVPN client you can generate all the files to access it through our configuration/certificates/key generator (menu "Client Area"->"Config generator").

The server accepts connections on ports 53, 80, 443, 1194, 2018 UDP and TCP.

Just like every other "second generation" Air server, Lacerta supports OpenVPN over SSL and OpenVPN over SSH, TLS 1.2 and tls-crypt.

Full IPv6 support is included as well.

As usual no traffic limits, no logs, no discrimination on protocols and hardened security against various attacks with separate entry and exit-IP addresses.

Do not hesitate to contact us for any information or issue.

Kind regards and datalove
AirVPN Team
Source : https://airvpn.org/topic/29596-new-1-gbits-server-available-ca/

Further reading :
https://airvpn.org/topic/29564-two-new-1-gbits-servers-available-bg/
https://airvpn.org/topic/29570-eddie-217beta-released/
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PostPosted: Wed 26 Sep 2018, 09:54    Post subject: The five best host countries for website data privacy
Subject description: best VPNs make use of this information for the benefit of their users
 

http://nomadcapitalist.com/2013/12/15/top-5-best-countries-host-website-data-privacy/

While the United States has most of the world’s top web hosting companies, those companies are subject to increasingly draconian anti-privacy laws. (The US also hosts more malware than any other country by a factor of three).

Just as the US government has helped themselves to offshore-owned “.com” domain names, hosting your website within US borders could pose a serious risk to your data privacy, especially if you publish things the US government doesn’t like.


The best VPNs are aware of these facts and act accordingly to protect their users from prying eyes :

Romania
Romania has some of the fastest internet speeds in the world and is an emerging destination for hiring a virtual assistant for internet work. Romania’s position in less-regulated Eastern Europe gives it an advantage, not only in its central location close to both Europe and Asia, but also with its personal and data privacy laws. Unlike The Land of the Free, which cloaks its privacy-invading measures in patriotism, Romania has established agencies such as The National Supervisory Authority For Personal Data. Freedom of the Press in Romania is approaching that of the US, as well.

Switzerland
After the Edward Snowden incident, web hosting company Hostpoint reported a 45% increase in customers. Now, telecom company Swisscom is building a Swiss-based cloud for data privacy. While the US government covertly gathers internet user data using FISA and the Patriot Act, Switzerland requires a formal request to be filed by prosecutors to get internet data. Switzerland’s Federal Act on Data Protection attempts to maintain one of the highest data privacy standards in the world.

Netherlands
Score one for freedom: the Dutch government recently accused Google of violating data privacy laws. While the US government is encouraging such anti-privacy measures, the Netherlands has EU privacy laws, as well as its own provisions, to provide websites with excellent privacy. It’s no surprise, considering the Netherlands is ranked second in Freedom of the Press, only behind Finland. There are actual examples of how Dutch web hosting companies forced the government to provide them legal paperwork for taking a site down, and the government backed off. Of course, the Netherlands’ location in Europe makes it an excellent choice for pure geographic reasons, but one of the highest privacy standards in Europe doesn’t hurt, either.

Norway
While Sweden web hosting company Banhhof reportedly hosts Wikileaks, Norway surpasses Sweden in data privacy and freedom of the press rankings. Despite sharing many of the European values of data privacy, Norway is not a member of the EU, which means it has been able to craft its own privacy laws free from Eurozone interference. Web hosts in Norway (called “webhotell”) are a bit more expensive, but offer greater protections than a US web host. Cloud storage services like Runbox operate from Norway, and Jottabox brags about how its pure Norwegian ownership allows it to protect its clients’ data from US law in a way that US companies operating European data centers cannot. This assertion is based on the need for foreign governments to get permission from a Norwegian court to access any private data.

Iceland
Despite its economic issues following the Global Financial Crisis, Iceland is well-known for its strict data privacy laws. In addition to its excellent connectivity to both Europe and North America, Iceland’s Data Protection Act in 2000 took great measures to ensure that the government (of all of 300,000 people) followed strict protocol to protect privacy. While Iceland has adopted the Eurozone’s privacy regulations — which are undoubtedly better than those in the United States — it has gone a step further and gotten rid of more stringent requirements to maintain data. Encrypted communication services like Unseen.is operate from Iceland. And Kim Dotcom recently announced that he would move his encrypted Mega file service to Iceland if New Zealand passed anti-privacy laws.
Iceland is building a “free speech zone”, with companies dedicated to preserving the privacy of individuals and businesses. Some of my friends have moved their web hosting to Orange Host in Iceland since the company became our favorite pro-freedom web host.

Further reading :
Private and Secure. Messaging, Calling, Email and Hosting From Iceland.
https://www.unseen.is/
https://thehackernews.com/2014/02/unseen-4096-bit-encrypted-email-chat.html
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PostPosted: Fri 28 Sep 2018, 17:38    Post subject: The Complete Privacy & Security Podcast  

https://inteltechniques.com/podcast.html

This podcast will explain how to become digitally invisible. You will make all of your communications private, data encrypted, internet connections anonymous, computers hardened, identity guarded, purchases secret, accounts secured, devices locked, and home address hidden. You will remove all personal information from public view and will reclaim your right to privacy. You will no longer give away your intimate details and you will take yourself out of ‘the system’. You will use covert aliases and misinformation to eliminate current and future threats toward your privacy & security. When taken to the extreme, you will be impossible to compromise.

Listen to this series of podcasts and, hopefully, be wiser.

Further reading :
https://inteltechniques.com/data/ubuntu.pdf
https://brandonjl.com/linux-security-101/
https://prism-break.org/en/all/
https://www.linux.com/blog/learn/2018/5/how-and-why-secure-your-linux-system-vpn-and-firejail
The first big news is the introduction of a full firejail+apparmor sandboxing system to proactively protect the OS by isolating its components with the combination of different techniques.
Source : https://blog.parrotsec.org/parrot-3-10-is-out/
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PostPosted: Fri 28 Sep 2018, 19:25    Post subject: Eddie Android edition 1.0 released
Subject description: Eddie Android edition is a free and open source OpenVPN 3 GUI released under GPLv3
 

https://airvpn.org/topic/29665-eddie-android-edition-10-released/


How to install and use : https://airvpn.org/topic/29660-using-airvpn-with-eddie-client-for-android/

Do not expect to see AirVPN advertised, but it is one of the best VPN around, and with Eddie, Linux users have a nice GUI to work with.
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PostPosted: Fri 28 Sep 2018, 20:04    Post subject: Re: 6 open source tools for making your own VPN  

labbe5 wrote:
https://opensource.com/article/18/8/open-source-tools-vpn

Homemade VPN vs. commercial VPN

Making your own VPN adds a layer of privacy and security to your internet connection, but if you’re the only one using it, then it would be relatively easy for a well-equipped third party, such as a government agency, to trace activity back to you.

Furthermore, if you plan to use your VPN to unblock geo-locked content, a homemade VPN may not be the best option. Since you’ll only be connecting from a single IP address, your VPN server is fairly easy to block.

Good commercial VPNs don’t have these issues. With a provider like ExpressVPN, you share the server’s IP address with dozens or even hundreds of other users, making it nigh-impossible to track a single user’s activity. You also get a huge range of hundreds or thousands of servers to choose from, so if one has been blacklisted, you can just switch to another.

The tradeoff of a commercial VPN, however, is that you must trust the provider not to snoop on your internet traffic. Be sure to choose a reputable provider with a clear no-logs policy.


Further reading :
10 Free Open Source Tools for Creating Your Own VPN
https://www.fossmint.com/create-your-own-vpn-server/


While more expensive one could extend their home VPN using VPSs (Virtual Private Servers). Furthermore if one tunnels the VPN traffic trough tor (or i2p) then there won't be any meta-data associating the home VPN server with the remote VPSs.

An advantage of this approach is that one also gets the additional computing power of the remote VPSs from which they could run various servers that anonymously interact with each other, in a way that is immune to correlation attacks.
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PostPosted: Wed 03 Oct 2018, 12:41    Post subject: PIA and routers  

https://www.vpnranks.com/private-internet-access-routers/

The prospect of a PIA-enabled router may not appeal to some VPN users. Many users will consider this technology to be redundant, considering that PIA already has dedicated clients for different platforms.

However, Private Internet Access routers provide a whole set of benefits that take your online privacy to another level.


Platforms such as Smart TVs and many gaming consoles usually do not provide support for a VPN service. However, a PIA router can secure these devices.

Normally, the VPN apps require you to sign in each time you open your device. This repetitive procedure is annoying to say the least.

With a VPN-enabled router in action, your connection remains secured at all times. Hence, there is no need for you to log in again and again.


Unfortunately, you cannot just make PIA work with every router. Instead, you need routers that let you configure a VPN service.

For a router to support VPN such PIA, it need firmware like DD-WRT or Tomato.

DD-WRT is compatible with more routers as compared to Tomato. It lets you adjust the extent of the Wi-Fi signal and prioritize the online traffic.
Tomato allows you to run two VPN servers simultaneously. It is also more user-friendly and has more bandwidth monitoring options than DD-WRT.


The process of manually setting up VPNs on routers can be a bit taxing. Luckily, pre-flashed routers exist to save us from the hassle. These routers come with pre-installed VPNs like Private Internet Access.

PIA Netgear Nighthawk X10 R9000
PIA Netgear R8000 DD-WRT
PIA Linksys WRT3200ACM AC3200 DD-WRT

PIA for Linux : https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/installer/download_installer_linux

Further reading :
https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/blog/2018/08/hardware-acceleration-is-here-for-routers-using-openvpn/
https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/blog/2018/08/how-to-see-what-your-router-is-exposing-to-the-internet/
Firefox Hardening Guide : https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/blog/2018/09/firefox-hardening-guide/
https://techsolidarity.org/resources/basic_security.htm
https://techsolidarity.org/resources/security_key_gmail.htm
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https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/pages/buy-vpn/

A privacy app to discover : Jitsi Meet
https://jitsi.org/jitsi-meet/

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PostPosted: Wed 03 Oct 2018, 14:44    Post subject: WireGuard
Subject description: in development and a promising protocol
 

https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/blog/2018/09/the-current-status-of-wireguard-vpns-are-we-there-yet/

The Current Status of WireGuard VPNs – Are We There Yet?

In security circles, WireGuard is an exciting proposition. It is a modern, open-source VPN client and server system that is highly streamlined, lean, and easy to review due to its simplicity.

Further reading :
https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/blog/2018/01/private-internet-access-proud-supporting-wireguard-project/
https://www.kali.org/tutorials/wireguard-on-kali/

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