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A possible solution must be direct uplink/downlink satellite connection to bypass this kind of restrictions. You have some satellites who have footprint in your area.
It's hard to tell for sure what they are doing, but they may be doing something as simple as cutting off any connection they don't understand that is leaving the country. If that's the case, then you would basically be out of luck. If they are doing something more elaborate, it unfortunately wouldn't be possible to know what they are doing without a fair ...
You don't actually need other users for this to work, it just makes it more reasonable. You can perform chaffing by merely creating pseudorandom packets and MACs and mixing them in with yours. The problem with chaffing and winnowing is that each message must be so small as to convey no useful information to the attacker. Otherwise, attackers can use ...
Even if Kerio makes products that are secure, you cannot be sure that the product you would buy is the genuine product from Kerio and not one where the seller has added a backdoor. Furthermore, even if you do find a reliable product, the fact that you are using that product can still be detected. At a minimum, your Internet service provider can see that ...
In a simple answer, yes. If the reseller has a local installation of the server you are connecting to then it is possible that they can sniff the network traffic using Snort or Wireshark and extract your data. Additionally, there may be logging installed on the servers that the reseller may be able to view and see what you are doing. However, if you are ...
The Onion Router (tor) was designed specifically for this purpose. This is a program that you run locally that provides a socks proxy, which allows you to access an unfiltered, and anonymous connection to the open internet. It is very difficult for governments to prevent you from accessing tor.
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