Xerobank Chomium Browser in a Virtual Machine

Discussion in 'privacy technology' started by s23, Jul 14, 2010.

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  1. s23

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  2. Triple Helix

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  3. s23

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    Hi Triple Helix

    Thank you for the reply. I will maintain a eye in the Xerobank forums. The free version is much interesting. Good to have in the pocket.

    https://xerobank.com/forum/index.php?topic=829.0
    Remember you have 3 VM versions :
    1/ Chromium Browser VM : It supports Torrents, Tor but not Xerobank Network
    2/ Xerobank Browser VM (Free Edition) : This version is limited. It means usage policies (eg. no torrents)
    3/ Xerobank Browser VM (Paid Service) : Xerobank Browser VM can connect to Xerobank VPN service.
     
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    Great! :thumb:

    TH
     
  5. hierophant

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    I'm also wondering what's up at XeroBank. Although there was some announced downtime of various sorts recently, everything seems fine now. Subjectively, the system seems snappier, and bandwidth has been good.

    OTOH, everyone is totally MIA. Perhaps they're all slaving away on the long-awaited new services. Or perhaps they've all gone sailing. I have no clue.
     
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    @ hierophant

    THX for the feedback. I'm hoping that all is good with the Xerobank service... and Steve come here announce alot of new services and improvements.
     
  7. SevenSight

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    I support all that Xerobank stands for, but have severed ties due to an absolute lack of customer support. In fact, I attempted on 4 separate occasions to cancel my contract with this company as a result of the non-existent support, following the cancellation instructions precisely as listed on their website.

    In the end, I had to report my credit card stolen to prevent further payments going off (4 months X $35 a month AFTER canceling my contract is not my idea of a reputable company, perhaps my expectations are too high).

    If you are considering this provider, their product is good, BUT BE WARNED:

    1. non-existent customer support (not even an acknowledgment of your support ticket)

    2. Impossible to cancel the standing payment order from your account despite following THEIR cancellation instructions (in the end I had to report my card stolen)

    PS - Steve, I bought into your gospel throughout the Wilders forums, but you have not delivered. Good product, but I would not recommend your company to anyone.
     
  8. caspian

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    I know that a lot of people complain about support. But in case someone needs to know, the way that I have dealt with billing issues is I just called Dalpay. And then the guy at Dalpay had me log into my Dalpay account, which I was not aware that I could. You will have everything you need to login in the email that they sent when you first signed up and you can manage your account from there.....change credit cards or cancel etc

    I think that Xerobank has been in the middle of something. Making some changes. And I will tell you that as of about 2 days ago my VPN is running a lot more quickly and smoothly. There for a while I was having problems with pages loading at social networking sites that have a lot of media....animated gifs and all that. But now it is a lot faster and smoother, for some reason.
     
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