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#12212 US and UK spy agencies defeat privacy and security on the internet

Posted by hashtag on 05 September 2013 - 10:59 PM

US and British intelligence agencies have successfully cracked much of the online encryption relied upon by hundreds of millions of people to protect the privacy of their personal data, online transactions and emails, according to top-secret documents revealed by former contractor Edward Snowden.



#17264 Mediaset - Videotime - Infinity - IT

Posted by Staff on 26 April 2014 - 04:18 PM

Website: http://www.mediaset.it/, www.infinitytv.it and many other.
Mediaset, an Italian TV Broadcasting

Status: OK
Routing: All servers to IT route.

#19817 VVVVID - IT

Posted by Staff on 29 August 2014 - 02:36 PM

Website: http://www.vvvvid.it
Italian TV Streaming

Status: OK
Routing: All servers to IT route.

#20236 Gazzetta - IT

Posted by Staff on 16 September 2014 - 07:33 PM

Website: http://www.gazzetta.it
La Gazzetta dello Sport, an Italian sport website and streaming.

Status: OK
Routing: All servers to IT route.


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#20375 Repubblica.it - IT

Posted by Staff on 21 September 2014 - 11:06 PM

Website: http://www.repubblica.it
La Repubblica, an Italian news website and streaming.

Status: OK
Routing: All servers to IT route.

#12517 http://www.pulloff.com/phorum/list.php?2

Posted by skink68 on 20 September 2013 - 12:38 AM

     403 FORBIDDEN!     
Either the address you are accessing this site from has been banned for previous malicious behavior or the action you attempted is considered to be hostile to the proper functioning of this system.
The detected reason(s) you were blocked are:
Swiftway / Botmaster Labs AS35017 (ASN-SFT-11).
Your IP, and Domain Name (if resolvable) has been logged to a local honeypot, along with the referring page (if any), QUERY, POST, User Agent, time of access, and date. Please either 1. Stop the bad behavior, or 2. Cease accessing this system.
Your connection details:
Record #: 142207
Time: Thu, 19 Sep 2013 17:35:32 -0700
Running: 0.4.10a1
Query: 2
Stripped Query: 2
User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/29.0.1547.65 Safari/537.36
Reconstructed URL: http:// www.pulloff.com /phorum/list.php?2
    Generated by ZB Block 0.4.10a1

#9178 What is a VPN?

Posted by Staff on 11 April 2013 - 01:11 AM

What is a VPN?

VPN is an acronym of Virtual Private Network. Our VPN extends the private network across the Internet. It enables your computer (the "client") to send and receive data across the Internet through dedicated nodes ("the VPN servers") as if those data were an integral part of the private network. This is achieved through a point-to-point OpenVPN (in routing mode) connection. The connection is encrypted and each packet is authenticated both by your client and our servers, so that nobody (including your ISP) between your computer and the VPN server can see the data you transmit and receive, the real origin and destinations of such data, and, last but not least, can inject forged packets into your stream of data. The picked encryption cipher meets higher-than-military security requirements.


Additionally, when your client has established a point-to-point encrypted connection (often referred to as "the tunnel"), your data will "get to the Internet" without any reference to your real IP address, which is simply no more inside the packets. Anybody on the Internet will therefore see your packets as coming from our VPN servers exit-IP addresses, not from your real IP address, protecting you against privacy intruders and other malignant entities, such as sniffers in public WiFi hot-spots, hi-jackers, profilers and disturbed "copyright trolls".


You don't need to configure applications to use "the tunnel", because our servers perform a set of route and default gateway pushes that your client accepts: your applications are "tunneled" transparently. OpenVPN encapsulates your packets inside an UDP or TCP stream, therefore all same or higher layer protocols are supported, making a VPN a profoundly different and highly superior solution to any http or socks proxy.

#9319 SBS Media Group - Sweden

Posted by Staff on 14 April 2013 - 03:39 PM

Website: http://www.kanal5play.se/ , http://www.kanal9play.se/

Sample: http://www.kanal9play.se/#!/play/program/32687291/video/37464665|/program/32687291/video/37464665

The current SE routing server is blocked.

#28884 Real Time - IT

Posted by Staff on 12 June 2015 - 09:32 AM

Website: http://www.realtimetv.it


Italian streaming TV

Status: OK
Routing: All servers to IT route.



#9174 You provide Remote Port Forwarding, what is it?

Posted by Staff on 11 April 2013 - 01:07 AM

You provide Remote Port Forwarding, what is it?

"Remote port forwarding" forwards traffic coming from the Internet to our VPN server ports to a specified local port of your client.

By default, your account has no forwarded ports, and this is good as long as you don't wish to have a service reachable from the Internet. For example, suppose that you want to run a web server behind our VPN, or that you wish to receive incoming connections to your BitTorrent client in order to improve p2p performance, or to seed a file. Without at least one remotely forwarded port, your service could not be reached from the outside, because our VPN server would reject the proper packets to your service.

Usually this is a good security measure against attacks, but it prevents your services to be reached from the Internet.

When you remotely forward a port, our servers will open that port (TCP, UDP or both, according to your selection) and will properly forward incoming packets to you on that port. The service will be reachable from the exit-IP address of the VPN server your system is connected to.

You can forward up to 20 ports simultaneously. You can do that on our website, in your account "Client Area". You can't forward ports lower than 2048. You can map a remotely forwarded port to a different local port: this is useful for a variety of cases, for example when your service listens to a port lower than 2048 or when the port is already reserved.

IMPORTANT: do NOT forward on your router the same ports you use on your listening services while connected to the VPN. Doing so exposes your system to correlation attacks and potentially causes unencrypted packets to be sent outside the tunnel from your client. However, if you connect a router (for example DD-WRT, Tomato based firmware router) an additional step is required, please see https://airvpn.org/topic/9270-how-to-forward-ports-in-dd-wrt-tomato-with-iptables/


NOTE: you can't reach your listening service(s) through the VPN server exit-IP address from the very same machine that's running it/them and is connected to a VPN server, or from any other machine connected to that same VPN server.

#9327 Telecinco - Espana

Posted by Staff on 14 April 2013 - 09:33 PM

Websites: http://www.telecinco.es/

#29334 Wilmaa - CH

Posted by Staff on 25 June 2015 - 12:11 PM


For the best streaming television that Switzerland has to offer, there’s but one name, and that name is wilmaa.

Status: OK
Native: CH servers.
Routing: All other servers.

#28882 CBC - CA

Posted by Staff on 12 June 2015 - 09:30 AM

Website: http://www.cbc.ca

Official CBC television site for Canada


Status: OK
Native: CA servers.
Routing: All other servers.


#25805 Lifestyle - IT

Posted by Staff on 14 March 2015 - 07:59 PM

Website: http://lifestyle.alice.tv/
Italian TV Streaming

Status: OK
Routing: All servers to IT route.

#9317 Viaplay - Sweden

Posted by Staff on 14 April 2013 - 03:30 PM

Website: http://viaplay.se

#25807 Marco Polo - IT

Posted by Staff on 14 March 2015 - 08:00 PM

Website: http://www.marcopolo.tv/
Italian TV Streaming

Status: OK
Routing: All servers to IT route.

#17244 Deezer

Posted by Staff on 26 April 2014 - 11:28 AM

Website: http://www.deezer.com/
Deezer is a web-based music streaming service. It allows users to listen to music on various devices online or offline.

Status: OK
Native: All server except US and NL
Routing: US and NL, to FR route.

#25806 Leonardo - IT

Posted by Staff on 14 March 2015 - 07:59 PM

Website: http://www.leonardo.tv/
Italian TV Streaming

Status: OK
Routing: All servers to IT route.

#25804 Alice - IT

Posted by Staff on 14 March 2015 - 07:58 PM

Website: http://www.alice.tv/
Italian TV Streaming

Status: OK
Routing: All servers to IT route.

#17350 Using AirVPN with Ubuntu Network Manager

Posted by VPNuserhello on 28 April 2014 - 06:01 PM

You will have to manually enter the VPN in in 14.04.

Here's what I did to get it working:

First download and extract your keys and opvn file from airvpn. Remember where these are, probably in downloads.

Now go to network manager in the tray and choose vpn connections -> configure VPN.

A network connections window will open. Click Add, choose Open VPN in the dropdown, click create.

Name your connection whatever you want.

Now open your opvn file in gedit that you downloaded from Airvpn, it will have the gateway address in it and port number.

You will see next to the word remote will be the address that you will copy and paste into the Gateway field within your newly created OpenVPN connection.

Under Authentication, the type is Certificates (TLS).

User Certificate, CA Certificate and private key will be the files you downloaded from Airvpn. Click the folder icon next to the entry field and browse to their download location.

Now click the advanced button.

Under the general tab tick Use custom gateway port and change it to whatever is listed after the remote entry you typed earlier in the gateway field. Its in the opvn file that you opened in gedit. most likey 443

Tick Use LZO compression.

Now click the security tab, choose AES-256-CBC for the cipher.

Now click the TLS Authentication tab, tick Use additional TLS authentication. Under the key file entry browse to the dowloaded ta.key you downloaded from Airvpn.

Change Key direction to 1 and click OK.

Now click save.

Your entry should now be in the Network connections window under the VPN category. Click close.

Now choose the vpn connection in network manager and Voila you should connect.

Hope this helps someone else.

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