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    me.moo@posteo.me got a reaction from User of AirVPN in Discount ?   ...
    Correct, it isn't weird at all.
     
    This has been discussed many times over a period of years and if you read through some of those threads you will find various reasons why Air do not have servers in certain places - usually because datacentres cannot meet Airs stringent requirements. Staff are sometimes more specific about the reasons why.
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    me.moo@posteo.me got a reaction from User of AirVPN in Discount ?   ...
    Why not ask if there is going to be a 'get it for free' day several times a year, then Air could tell us all and no one would ever have to pay at all ever again.
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    me.moo@posteo.me got a reaction from snapz in Bye   ...
    I did not say I would be deleting myself , Air is too good. I won't be answering or contributing. As Snapz kindly pointed out, I am not dead, yet.
     
    I have closed down normal forum notifications but my account will be open for as long as.... and I have been getting lots of personal stuff (all good so far!) and that is the reason for me signing in, its only been 2 days for goodness sake. Plus there are plenty of other reasons for signing in - I am messing with OSMC on a Pi 2 for instance so signing in means zilch. Ask Air if you want to really know why I ain't bothered answering pillocks anymore.
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    me.moo@posteo.me got a reaction from go558a83nk in Server on Mars   ...
    I would like to see an AirVPN server on Mars since it is obvious no one would be able to geolocate the server and be totally anonymous to not only this planet but the Universe, since we assume we already know most of what the universe is.
     
    Ooops,a problem there cos we don't know what the universe is but scientists say they do anyway and thats ok cos they are allowed to change their minds. Well, since Faraday, Newton, & Einstein et al, the recent scientists can change their minds as much as they like.
     
    <deleted, reason: sterile ad personam attacks - Staff>
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    me.moo@posteo.me got a reaction from LZ1 in Default Gateway is not available   ...
    You are doing a great job LZ1, I'm sure giganerd would not mind if you copied his how to link
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    me.moo@posteo.me got a reaction from User of AirVPN in Server withdrawal announcement: Beid (SE)   ...
    Yep, sounded painful
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    me.moo@posteo.me got a reaction from User of AirVPN in Discount ?   ...
    Therein lies a very simple solution, hardly a brain cell needed for those wondering about it.
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    me.moo@posteo.me got a reaction from OmniNegro in Discount ?   ...
    Ridiculous nonesense.
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    me.moo@posteo.me got a reaction from RidersoftheStorm in The Next Discount   ...
    The next time anyone wants to ask when a discount might be available, why not ask why it is that most of us are too proud to ask because these people run a business not a charity. I cannot afford loads since I was disabled nearly 20 years ago but I pay my way and do not ever go begging for anything. If an offer is there I will take it. To ask is being a begging shit.
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    me.moo@posteo.me got a reaction from User of AirVPN in Server withdrawal announcement: Beid (SE)   ...
    Yep, sounded painful
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    me.moo@posteo.me got a reaction from LZ1 in Default Gateway is not available   ...
    You are doing a great job LZ1, I'm sure giganerd would not mind if you copied his how to link
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    me.moo@posteo.me got a reaction from go558a83nk in Server on Mars   ...
    I would like to see an AirVPN server on Mars since it is obvious no one would be able to geolocate the server and be totally anonymous to not only this planet but the Universe, since we assume we already know most of what the universe is.
     
    Ooops,a problem there cos we don't know what the universe is but scientists say they do anyway and thats ok cos they are allowed to change their minds. Well, since Faraday, Newton, & Einstein et al, the recent scientists can change their minds as much as they like.
     
    <deleted, reason: sterile ad personam attacks - Staff>
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    me.moo@posteo.me got a reaction from User of AirVPN in Server withdrawal announcement: Beid (SE)   ...
    Yep, sounded painful
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    me.moo@posteo.me got a reaction from rickjames in VPN leak test   ...
    213.152.162.164 is the IP Entry address of the Air server you are connected to whereas 213.152.162.165 is the IP Exit address of that server, the one the world see's.
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    me.moo@posteo.me got a reaction from sandy22 in dedicated/unique ip to browse certain websites   ...
    If you know the IP of the site(s) that you wish to exclude from the VPN tunnel then got to AirVPN->Preferences->Routes->Add
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    me.moo@posteo.me got a reaction from sandy22 in dedicated/unique ip to browse certain websites   ...
    If you know the IP of the site(s) that you wish to exclude from the VPN tunnel then got to AirVPN->Preferences->Routes->Add
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    me.moo@posteo.me got a reaction from rickjames in Linux kill switch alongside Eddie   ...
    'searching' omg
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    me.moo@posteo.me got a reaction from rickjames in Number of clients permitted   ...
    Since my girlfriend has gone loopy and thinks I am now a serial killer, I only need 1 connection, Can I get a rebate?
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    me.moo@posteo.me got a reaction from bluesjunior in What's the best anti-malware paired with AirVPN?   ...
    I disagree big time with the best answer - look out for yourself and use as many services as you think you need. Do not pay a penny for any of it. No Need.
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    me.moo@posteo.me got a reaction from zhang888 in Number of clients permitted   ...
    Try and learn to read.
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    me.moo@posteo.me got a reaction from OpenSourcerer in Multiple regions for US and CA ?   ...
    You can whitelist servers from which the best server will be picked already.
    Edit: Oops, giga beat me to it
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    me.moo@posteo.me got a reaction from OmniNegro in A Letter from Apple CEO Tim COok   ...
    Whatever 'decent' means in your context I'm not sure but common sense surely says any decent encryption cannot have a back door.
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    me.moo@posteo.me got a reaction from go558a83nk in A Letter from Apple CEO Tim COok   ...
    My 10 cents; Governments such as the UK (mine) are using their proganda machines to demonize anything that might make it difficult or impossible for them to snoop upon. So anyone using any type of encryption must be doing something underhand or illegal, unless you are using a bank or shopping on line but don't mention those because they are legit and people might start thinking encryption is good.
     
    If terrorists or any criminal wants to keep stuff secret, they will (try at least), no matter what the stupid governments want with regard to back doors and other such nonesense. There is little difference in essence than before digital technology was around, cryptography has been alive and well for centuries.
     
    I just hate slimey underhand liars, (lots of expletives) governments, totally hypocritical teapot heads, members of who do loads of secretive deals and other such deeds that they would not like in the public arena. Thank the Lord for Snowden and others like him.
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    me.moo@posteo.me got a reaction from go558a83nk in A Letter from Apple CEO Tim COok   ...
    My 10 cents; Governments such as the UK (mine) are using their proganda machines to demonize anything that might make it difficult or impossible for them to snoop upon. So anyone using any type of encryption must be doing something underhand or illegal, unless you are using a bank or shopping on line but don't mention those because they are legit and people might start thinking encryption is good.
     
    If terrorists or any criminal wants to keep stuff secret, they will (try at least), no matter what the stupid governments want with regard to back doors and other such nonesense. There is little difference in essence than before digital technology was around, cryptography has been alive and well for centuries.
     
    I just hate slimey underhand liars, (lots of expletives) governments, totally hypocritical teapot heads, members of who do loads of secretive deals and other such deeds that they would not like in the public arena. Thank the Lord for Snowden and others like him.
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    me.moo@posteo.me got a reaction from go558a83nk in A Letter from Apple CEO Tim COok   ...
    My 10 cents; Governments such as the UK (mine) are using their proganda machines to demonize anything that might make it difficult or impossible for them to snoop upon. So anyone using any type of encryption must be doing something underhand or illegal, unless you are using a bank or shopping on line but don't mention those because they are legit and people might start thinking encryption is good.
     
    If terrorists or any criminal wants to keep stuff secret, they will (try at least), no matter what the stupid governments want with regard to back doors and other such nonesense. There is little difference in essence than before digital technology was around, cryptography has been alive and well for centuries.
     
    I just hate slimey underhand liars, (lots of expletives) governments, totally hypocritical teapot heads, members of who do loads of secretive deals and other such deeds that they would not like in the public arena. Thank the Lord for Snowden and others like him.
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