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Off Topic / Re: So what are you up to on this Safer Internet Day?
« Last post by bambamm22 on April 24, 2019, 07:16:07 AM »
ต้องการมีเงินเยอะต้องการมีเงินใช้ ต้องการเป็นเศรษฐีต้องเข้ามาซื้อหวยออนไลน์ที่เว็บนี้เท่านั้น





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VPN Client Setup Support / VPN File Upload To Router
« Last post by xx_idon_xx on April 23, 2019, 12:37:23 PM »
Hello all, I currently use SoftEther VPN installed on my private NFO server via a auto install script. Everything works good and fine from windows. Now I have an option to generate a .ovpn file which I can use to upload it to my router which had Merlin and distribute the VPN like that to whatever devices connect to that VPN. I’m having a problem though. Like I mentioned before it works in my computer with the SoftEther software but when I upload the .ovpn file to my router it stays on connecting. It won’t connect. Now there’s a few options there to change I tried changing some but nothing works. I would like this to work as it did in the past. Like a year ago. Don’t know what’s going on, could be something simple but I need some help. Any help would be gladly appreciated, thanks in advance.
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Off Topic / Re: Hashtag challenge for Internet Privacy Rights
« Last post by bambamm22 on April 22, 2019, 07:26:12 AM »
อยากรวยต้องการมีเงินใช้ อยากเป็นเศรษฐีต้องเข้ามาซื้อหวยออนไลน์ที่เว็บนี้เท่านั้น




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Paid VPN Services / Re: VPN for US Netflix and Hulu
« Last post by fa919 on April 18, 2019, 06:38:03 AM »
You must need a VPN to watch Netflix, but there are very limited ones that can help you. I read a guide at MarketWatch which I am sharing here.
5 Reasons why you need to only opt for the Best Netflix VPNs

Worth reading.
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« Last post by ResNet1 on April 12, 2019, 07:45:55 PM »
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Off Topic / Hashtag challenge for Internet Privacy Rights
« Last post by irene__kelvin on April 09, 2019, 11:57:24 PM »
STRAIGHT TALK ABOUT INTERNET HYGIENE

Imagine if all of your messages, your search history, and personal information including credit card information was made public. It would be a nightmare if just one of those things were leaked, your spouse would divorce you from your messages, you would become a social pariah from your search history, and you could become bankrupt or lose your identity overnight. You may not be rich or famous right now so the hackers won’t steal your data as they did to Jennifer Lawrence in 2014, but nowadays it can happen to anyone.

This is not just a fantasy belonging in the plot of Black Mirror, this could be reality. Every day we share 2.5 exabytes of data and we think that data is private. Hackers think otherwise. Even if you are the richest person in the world, your private photos can be leaked, your deleted tweets can come back to bite you, and even your social security number could be sold on the dark web. Even if you are an angel who has never badmouthed anyone and have nothing to hide or a hermit who barely uses the internet, your life can still be ruined by security breaches. Almost all medical devices used today are internet connected which opens the way for hackers to ruin your life. For example, there is a frightening security issue with wireless insulin pumps: hackers could crack their system and cause lethal doses. It’s terrible that this information leak may ruin or even cost you your life. This is the harsh reality — all our data could be stolen unbeknownst to us.

Large companies will not protect you if you use your data carelessly. In fact, the Pew Research Center finds that today roughly half of Americans don’t trust the federal government or social media sites to protect their data. This fear grows across the world and rightfully so, as citizens of different countries begin to question their cyber privacy. The first concern is about governmental authority: is the government really stalking us? From country to country the state of cyber privacy differs, but all governments have the legal capabilities to do surveillance on anybody: this is shown in, section 702 of the FISA in the US, Investigatory Powers Act 2016 in the UK, International Electronic Communications Law 2015 in France. There is no doubt that the governments should regulate cyberspace to prevent the spread of extremist, terrorism and other crime planning. But in the process of such regulation, we should be confident that our human rights are respected and we still have the right to private life.

The second concern touches upon global corporations: How much information do we should share with Facebook and Google? These global companies have the power to collect whatever they want for any nefarious purpose. It’s not wrong that Amazon suggests me cool stuff I was searching on the Internet, but it's pretty scary when I talk to someone on Messenger and mention that I want to buy new headphones and after a minute the suggestion of new headphones appear on my social networks. How do they know? No, unfortunately, it’s not the law of attraction, it’s stalking. It seems like already everyone has a story about their smartphone listening to them.

But it would be wrong to blame just the government and corporations. Only we are responsible for our privacy. There are tons of ways to do it nowadays: to use VPN, use incognito browsing modes, use ad blockers, clear your cookies data, be careful of public Wi-Fi (even through our lovely Starbucks Wi-Fi hackers managed to crack computers and made them cryptocurrency miners), always use strong passwords (it needs only 0.29 milliseconds to crack 7 characters password), be accurate when you post on social media. Follow the cyber privacy rules and maintain your internet hygiene.

How many of your friends know about such problem? And how many of them do something to protect themselves? Only a few do. We need to spread the message. Forewarned is forearmed. Post this article in your social networks, share your own story about internet privacy and discover how many people are aware of it. Use the hashtag #internethygiene and always remember that Internet privacy begins with you.
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Off Topic / Re: Residential Remote Desktops
« Last post by bambamm22 on April 09, 2019, 07:51:40 AM »
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« Last post by WireVPN on April 09, 2019, 06:45:37 AM »
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