How To Set Up Your Own VPN

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In A Nutshell Setting up your own VPN server is fairly easy, especially if you are familiar with the Linux terminal. You can set up a VPN in as little as 20 minutes, by renting a VPS (Virtual Private Server) from a company like Digital Ocean and installing OpenVPN on it. The cost per month […]

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Coming In 2015 — Freya by Elementary OS

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In A Nutshell Freya is an Operating System by Elementary OS. It’s a Linux OS designed to be consistent and concise. In my tests, I’ve found that it is very well designed and efficient. Freya is currently in beta release. The official launch is expected to be in early-to-mid 2015. A company like ThinkPenguin will […]

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How To Hide OpenVPN Connections In China

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If you are using OpenVPN in China, even on port 443, you may find that your connections are unstable. The problem is that Chinese government can detect the difference betweennormalSSL encryption and VPN encryption. The solution is to mask your OpenVPN connection, and make it look like a regular HTTPS connection. You can […]

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Ang Best VPN Para sa China (Updated December 2014)

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In A Nutshell The internet blocks that the Chinese government implements seems to change daily. Even if you use the VPNs listed below, you may find that your connections are blocked in some circumstances. We currently recommend these providers as the best VPNs for China: ExpressVPN: Server sa Hong Kong at ang US West Coast. Many apps […]

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