XB alternative?

Discussion in 'privacy technology' started by Tariq, Jul 28, 2008.

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  1. Tariq

    Tariq Registered Member

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    Dear all,

    Before I start, let me thank every body of the great work you are doing in helping each other, i was a reader of this forum for sometime and i really think its one of the most useful places on the internet.

    Actually I'm writing this asking for help, i've been using torpack and now XB Browser for some time but i'm facing speed problems as it is very slow and cannot help me, bearing in mind that in my country they block some web ites that I really need to access for my work need, so my only way is to access them using XB Browser.

    I've been looking on the internet for an alternative browser or solution which can offer me a faster speed in anoymous web browsing with the ability to visit any site without being affected by my local ISP internet filter, but unfortuantely I couldn't find any thing due to my lack of knowledge in the privacy sector of the internet.

    I tried to email XB Browser weeks ago but there was no reply, I'm willing to pay to have a better service, can any one help?

    Thank you
     
  2. LowWaterMark

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    If the main issue at the moment is being able to contact Xerobank support in order to ask about speed problems, have you tried asking for assistance on their support forum?

    http://forum.xerobank.com/index.php
     
  3. Tariq

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    Their web site is blocked in my country.
     
  4. SteveTX

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    :oops:

    Tariq, sound like you're in a totalitarian country. PM me, we'll talk.
     
  5. Dave2609

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    Try using a proxy server to get around the countries firewall there are some free ones online.
     
  6. Tariq

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    Sent you a PM:)
     
  7. Tariq

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    I'm still open to suggestions as XeroBank did not reply to me yet with a solution.


    Thanks
     
  8. Tariq

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    No luck.. but thanks
     
  9. Tariq

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    Thank you very much, but I don't think it will be very secure.

    Regards
    Tariq
     
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