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    cm0s reacted to zhang888 in Widevine Content Decryption Module by Google   ...
    This is a much better option compared to Silverlight and Flash.
    Silverlight had dozens of remote code execution vulnerabilities which were used by exploit kits, so you
    should remove it, unless you want to get infected with ransomware from some compromised ad.
     
    http://www.broadanalysis.com/2016/03/21/silverlight-exploit-leads-to-teslacrypt-cve-2016-0034/
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    cm0s got a reaction from OmniNegro in My Review [0/10]   ...
    i'm just here for the pup treats
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    cm0s got a reaction from OmniNegro in My Review [0/10]   ...
    i'm just here for the pup treats
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    cm0s reacted to ravenheart in AirVPN Month Long Experiment: Findings   ...
    I decided to give this service a whirl after my go to provider decided to drop Bitcoin payments after only a 2-3 month acceptance of them. To date I've had zero issues with this service, other than the occasional slow server but that's the internet and we have to live with it. I really appreciate the stance on privacy, neutrality, etc and the forces mustered against us that are constantly growing. Servers seem well placed and available whenever I need one to my liking.
     
    I've tried many others, 7 I think, for various reasons and Co. placement but it comes down to the overall package for me and as such I will be keeping this service and resist my usual urge to hop around trying out others. No service is perfect, period, but AirVPN has struck a great balance and now have me as a permanent customer.
     
    The only things I would wish for were a few more locations such as Norway, Hungary, and maybe 1 other but that's quibbling I guess. It takes money to design, implement and maintain such an undertaking so one can only hope for those locations in the future.
     
    In the end, thanks guys for the hard work, you stance and position, and for providing us a great service
     
    p.s  I love that Arch has an actual pkg avail via AUR, nice to get all the options in a client instead of using networkmanager-openvpn
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    cm0s reacted to Evono in My Review [0/10]   ...
    So to sum up
     
    He had a infected pc ( Or not ) 
     
    he cleaned it ( or not )
     
    Air vpn wanted to Unbann ( even while they dont need to ! ) the acc, yet his fail behavior and that he said that he wont use the service anyway anymore
     
    he bought an 300 ! 300 dollar acc on a shady driven vpn ? 
     
    Now he tries to make air vpn look bad ? 
     
    hell they even wanted to Reopen his acc. but his Butthurt behavior failed him.
     
     
    Air vpn good way to handle that really.
     
    iam not long with you but iam confident with the service.
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    cm0s got a reaction from OmniNegro in Why we should abandon Google, their services, and broken APIs   ...
    i always get fleas from them....
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    cm0s got a reaction from OmniNegro in Waterfox, a 64-bit Firefox for all major platforms   ...
    what pr1v said
     
    cheerz
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    cm0s got a reaction from Jefkim666 in Noob needs advice on new Router   ...
    like my ddwrt router but yeah itz not a full config like a pfsense box
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    cm0s reacted to go558a83nk in Noob needs advice on new Router   ...
    you won't be happy with what those routers can do for you.
     
    build a low power pfsense box with a CPU/APU that has AES-NI.  I wonder if the power usage would really be more than an AC5300 router considering all the radios that are powered in that router in addition to CPU?? 
     
    I set my pfsense box to throttle the CPU to minimal power mode, only 1400mhz, and it can still do at least 120mbit/s openvpn.  that's just my line max.
     
    I'd never built a PC before but it was actually very easy.  and it was easy to install pfsense.
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    cm0s got a reaction from Casper31 in I have idea for a new project, but I have no skills to do it   ...
    i'm googling 'skillz'
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    cm0s got a reaction from Casper31 in I have idea for a new project, but I have no skills to do it   ...
    i'm googling 'skillz'
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    cm0s got a reaction from hackers2016 in Viber +1   ...
    concur threema is nyce
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    cm0s got a reaction from User of AirVPN in Viber +1   ...
    any time any company puts some encrytpion in the the soup itz a good thing
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    cm0s got a reaction from User of AirVPN in PureVPN got hacked, website spreading Windows malware   ...
    thatz not good
    thanx for the info
     
     
    cheerz
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    cm0s got a reaction from User of AirVPN in Google Play Gift card / Credit via Paypal   ...
    dealing with paypal is just errrrrrr
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    cm0s got a reaction from User of AirVPN in Google Play Gift card / Credit via Paypal   ...
    dealing with paypal is just errrrrrr
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    cm0s got a reaction from User of AirVPN in Privacy Question on US AirVPN Servers   ...
    after i make sure i'm not being logged i'll go on facebook and tell the world
    via my windows OS
     
    cheerz
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    cm0s got a reaction from OmniNegro in Encryption On Linux   ...
    oldy but goody
    https://www.howtoforge.com/tutorial/how-to-install-arch-linux-with-full-disk-encryption/
     
    another oldy
    ttps://theblogpirate.wordpress.com/2013/10/01/full-disk-encryption-using-ubuntu-in-most-secure-mode-with-aes-xts-plain64/
     
    same deal
    https://www.unixmen.com/encryption-methods-linux/
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    cm0s reacted to LZ1 in Privacy Question on US AirVPN Servers   ...
    Hello !
     
    Despite the us' reputation, they don't require VPN providers to log I believe. AirVPN also upholds the same strict rules for all their servers, regardless of location.
    Because in short, if AirVPN didn't think they could maintain a server in location X that corresponds to their values and objectives, they simply wouldn't put a server there.
    Since AirVPN is a logless VPN, they pretty much don't have any logs to give, even IF they wanted to or were forced to, when a given entity requested it; but they don't
    comply with these things anyway.
     
    You can also check their new servers here and note how they all follow the same rules:
     
    https://airvpn.org/forum/9-news-and-announcement/
     
     
    Look at that, not only do they have integrity, but they gave us datalove! Now how many people do you know who do that?! Haha!
     
    I'd say on technical terms it's as secure connecting to a server in your home country. However I think it's generally a good idea to connect to one outside your own country,
    if you can. The whole point of a VPN however, is to protect your traffic. AirVPN itself doesn't mind if you use p2p at all and your ISP can't see what you're doing anyway.
    Just make sure you've got no leaks of any kind, whether IP, DNS or WebRTC leaks. You can check this at www.ipleak.com and see. If you don't see any of your own addresses
    there, then it's likely no one else does either; including your ISP.
     
    Also, you can check out this thread:
     
    https://airvpn.org/topic/16774-anonymous-vpn-providers-2016-edition-tf/
     
    There you can see the questions posed and what AirVPN specifically, answered to each of them. So you can see number 1, 4, 5 and 6 for instance.
     
    Look at number 1. That's better than porn man, lol.
     
    In short, AirVPN is superior to most other services I think, both in terms of sheer technical know-how, but also ethics.
    They recently disowned ICANN, a huge internet institution, because basically long-story short, they suck and AirVPN doesn't accept suckers,
    because in short, AirVPN is much like Chuck Norris:
     

     
    And if you know who he is, you know that one does not simply deny Chuck Norris lmao.
     
    So finally, since your ISP doesn't know what you're doing, since you're using a VPN, you should be very safe regardless of what you're doing; of course, keep it clean lol, no serious crime. Also, unless latency is a really big issue for you or otherwise critical, you can just let the AirVPN client, called Eddie, automatically connect you to the recommended server at the time. If you go to your settings, you can
    make AirVPN start automatically and to enable Network Lock automatically. This way, even if you forget, then all your traffic will still be routed through AirVPN; even
    if there's connection issues (normally called a kill switch). I always enable Network Lock at login. It's quite sweet. This way you're sure nothing leaks out of your VPN tunnel.
     
    Oh and P2P itself isn't illegal. It's just a way of doing things. It's *what* you download which can be illegal, haha. Not the protocols themselves.
    But don't worry. If you're just an occasional downloader, then it's fairly unlikely you'll get into trouble. I mean, there's people out there who make a lifestyle out of
    downloading lol. Just make sure you have a good Bittorent client, such as qBittorent and that its settings are ok.
     
    I hope this answers your questions. If not, wait until master zhang or lord giganerd arrive or any of the other disciples of AirVPN.
     

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    cm0s reacted to zhang888 in Server on Mars   ...
    I hope to see peace on Earth before servers on Mars.
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    cm0s got a reaction from User of AirVPN in How AirVPN Helped me to unlock the internet   ...
    i concur, it was either snort the blue pill or mainline the red one
     
    pressure pressure....
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    cm0s got a reaction from OmniNegro in Encryption On Linux   ...
    oldy but goody
    https://www.howtoforge.com/tutorial/how-to-install-arch-linux-with-full-disk-encryption/
     
    another oldy
    ttps://theblogpirate.wordpress.com/2013/10/01/full-disk-encryption-using-ubuntu-in-most-secure-mode-with-aes-xts-plain64/
     
    same deal
    https://www.unixmen.com/encryption-methods-linux/
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    cm0s got a reaction from snapz in Bye   ...
    well hope to see ya back
    i know i've had my moments
    and it's just the forum thing in general
    nuthin to do with this spot or any
    forum specific
     
    when ya are used to yer own pages
    yer own site really hard to adjust at times
     
    regardless hope ya do well and keep yer powder dry
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