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VPN Discussion / Re: vpn with okcupid
« Last post by BarrySDCA on September 19, 2017, 12:46:25 PM »
TOR won't work.  you can't guarantee a US IP.

VPN should work just fine.  Make sure you are using a US VPN hub.  May I recommend CNSVPN.NET

I work here so I know it will give you a US IP ;)
VPN Discussion / Re: Still not anonymous?
« Last post by BarrySDCA on September 19, 2017, 12:28:02 PM »
could your VPN provider have ratted you out?  check for a privacy policy that specifically says they do not record logs.

If not that, are you sending all your traffic thru the VPN?  what did their support say?
China / 中国 / Best VPN to unblock Chinese Internet
« Last post by BarrySDCA on September 19, 2017, 09:59:02 AM »
easily it's CNSVPN.NET

use the Los Angeles hub and enjoy totally unrestricted Internet.  Many Chinese ISP's peer in Los Angeles so the quality of the connection is excellent.  And you have an IP address in the USA, totally unrestricted.

Bitcoin is accepted too.  So you don't need to register your real name when you pay with bitcoin.
VPN Discussion / Re: VPN server is blocked by China Gov
« Last post by BarrySDCA on September 19, 2017, 09:29:01 AM »
You might try subscribing to a VPN service and then bridge it to your office network.
VPN Discussion / Re: Log Less Vpn
« Last post by BarrySDCA on September 18, 2017, 06:50:33 PM »
always look for a privacy policy that specifically states they do not save logs.
Paid VPN Services / CNS: Multiple discounts and refer a friend deal!
« Last post by BarrySDCA on September 18, 2017, 01:07:34 PM »
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Of course, our service is backed by outstanding telephone, live chat and online helpdesk technical support and a 30 day money back guarantee.  Virtual Desktop and Server subscribers can receive a free CNS VPN subscription by simply asking for it at our helpdesk.

Multiple geographic locations available.  As of this writing they are Los Angeles, CA (USA), New York, NY (USA) and London (UK).  Over 1200 ISP's, corporate and provider networks peer with our network in one of these locations.  We are working to add more locations as fast as possible.  And since we own and operate our own network, it's very quick and easy for us to do.  Please send us your feedback which geographic location you would like your VPN to register from.

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Paid VPN Services / Re: Nordvpn the best vpn you can buy
« Last post by brettjohnson on September 15, 2017, 05:38:17 AM »
Dude, I wouldn't waste either your time or mine in writing such a details note. Just will give you a tip. Just visit the PureVPN's website and compare what you have mentioned above. :) & In case if you are worried that If this VPN is safe or not? then follow the link. It will help you in a better way.
VPN Discussion / VPN and LastPass Password Manager
« Last post by aafrank on September 12, 2017, 04:06:38 PM »
I use LastPass as a password manager.
Until recently, I was using ExpressVPN and had no issues at all with LastPass while connected to VPN.
ExpressVPN seems great, but it has a rather high price tag compared to other competing VPN programs, so decided to give NordVPN a try.
I've been trying it for almost 30 days and the experience has been perfectly fine with just one exception -- LastPass will refuse to work while NordVPN is connected.
It connects successfully and then disconnects almost immediately. I then receive an email from LastPass saying: "Someone, hopefully you, recently tried to login to your LastPass account from a device or location that we did not recognize. We prevented access until you have reviewed the details of the login attempt: ..."

So somehow it seems that LastPass is fine with ExpressVPN, but will not work while connected to NordVPN.

I emailed both VPN customer service departments.
I asked NordVPN why this is happening while it is not happening with ExpressVPN.
Their reply:
That happens, because VPN makes LastPass think, that your location is different, thus preventing you from using it. However, we are not aware of a workaround for this situation.

I then emailed ExpressVPN to ask -- hey if it makes perfect sense that LastPass will not identify my device/location when connected to NordVPN, then how come it works fine with ExpressVPN?

Their reply:
While you're connected with ExpressVPN, you're actually using a shared IP address. There might be another user who's already using our VPN service for LastPass and the IP they're using is already recognized by LastPass. This can be why it doesn't trigger the security login feature when you loging to LastPass using our service. Since we have so many customers already, its safe to assume that our IP address has been marked as safe by various websites.

Does this sound reasonable?
Has anyone had similar experience?
My trial period with NordVPN ends in a couple of days, and this might be a deal-breaker... so just wanted to get more info on this before I make my decision.

VPN Discussion / vpn with okcupid
« Last post by trikolad on September 12, 2017, 06:33:31 AM »
I am trying to use okcupid in usa from a different country.
there is no problem searching people from another country but I get no matches and no responses to messages.
as a woman it is statistically improbable (in my country I get about 50 matches per day) so the problem is that okcupid knows that I am not really from that country.
I tried a few vpn providers, and I tried tor browser and tried also proxy.
It only seems to work for a few minutes and I get many matches and after a while I get logged out and the cannot reach the profile (banned probably)
Is there another method for this, or maybe a vpn that can do this job?
VPN Discussion / Re: 【Free VPN vs. Paid VPN】
« Last post by mrohila on September 11, 2017, 04:56:22 AM »
If you are also facing problems during accessing stuff on Internet or getting a similar message like “This website is blocked as per the directions received from Department of Telecommunications”. Then you need to find out a  Best VPN service by comparing features & functionalities  of all available VPN services in the market that can offer you better access to all blocked content or websites.
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