Best VPN package

Discussion in 'privacy technology' started by bin_asc, Jul 30, 2006.

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  1. bin_asc

    bin_asc Registered Member

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    Does anyone know a good VPN package like www.steganos.com has to offer ? I am using Metropipe, I use steganos, and I need to know if there are any other good types of VPN. And I still need to know which do you consider is the best.Also, the first must be good in encryption, can let you at least choose what encryption methods do use. Findnot.com is busted, they have a security breach, I need to know a really good VPN provider, and affordable.

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    Usenet rumors because they were down for a few days. What evidence do you have they have truly been compromised?
     
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    Only what metropipe said.That`s enough when you want a trully good VPN.And their site stinks at graphics.Nothing prolike.
     
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    I like metropipe, and I need to know if there is any better than steganos or metropipe has to offer.
     
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    The ironic thing about Metropipe saying that is that THEY are the ones who have been accused for years in Usenet groups of being a government setup.

    Actually, FindNot was a superior service to Metropipe, in every way. Quality graphics, or not. However, I am also suspect about FindNot's three-day outage without explanation. But to think Metropipe is somehow safer is taking a mighty big risk.
     
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    Alphalutra1, I need a solution for cable modems, not wireless.
    And as for the rest, I don`t want to argue with metropipe nor findnot, i need a good service similar to them, or them.I need pros and cons.Anyone ?
     
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    This looks interesting. Surely there's a catch? I've not had much luck finding any reviews, do you have any links to proper reviews?
     
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    It will work for any internet connection type. All it does is install a driver on windows which intercepts all communications out of the computer and encrypts them with 256 bit AES encrytpion and then sends it to their server (I think in Germany) and out to the world, so your isp has no clue what you are doing.

    If you want to setup your own server on your home network and then start a vpn tunnel to it remotely I would recommend OpenVPN.



    Cheers,

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  10. bin_asc

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    I`ll check.As for building my own VPN, to much hassle.Servers I do have, but I would rather pay someone, and if something screwes up, i can sue them LOL, just kidding.
     
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    Works nicely, even with Tor.:thumb:
     
  12. ms64o

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    What exactly do you mean with "better"? Cheaper, faster, easier?

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