Promote Me Anti censorship Software

Discussion in 'privacy technology' started by Ranget, Aug 14, 2011.

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  1. Ranget

    Ranget Registered Member

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    Tried Tor network didn't work they Blocked the Tor network

    iwant something that will make me bypass the censorship + encrypt the surfing data so i have Full Privacy

    what shall i use o_O
     
  2. Carver

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  3. Ranget

    Ranget Registered Member

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    o_O what do you mean o_O
    o_O
     
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    Would a VPN do what you want?
    There are many threads discussing them. Some have free or nearly free trials, maybe look for money back guarantees.
    XeroBank has a $1 trial for a month though it has had some issues lately.
     
  5. x942

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    I know you have no reason to trust me (Obviously) but if this is an urgent need/emergency I may be able to setup a temporary VPN or SSL Tunnel for you. Feel free to PM me if you think it is workable. I can only give you my word that I will not log any information.

    EDIT: I could also set it up so you would connect to me through a VPN and then go through TOR if needed.
     
  6. Carver

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    "Tor button" is a add on and joins your browser to Tor and it needs up dating from time to time but the add on "BETTER PRIVACY" is better than "TOR BUTTON" .

    And "NOSCIPT" is another add on and you might get Tor to work.
    Which is why it might be blocked and you are complaining about.
     
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  7. caspian

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    That is very kind of you.
     
  8. tsec

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    You can enter the Tor network via a "Bridge" if an ISP specfically denies access to the Tor network.

    Have a look here.
     
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  9. Ranget

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    thanks but i will try the free solutions
    i'll keep your offer in mind if i needed it thanks very much i really apreciat it


    also
    i did get tor to work but i used a Proxy to connect to tornetwork

    Ultrasurf proxy :ouch:

    i will look further on those free VPNs thanks every one for your help
     
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