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Unless you plan to look at linking your remote sites using either Site-to-Site VPN's or a layer 2 technology such MPLS, you really only have two choices: IPSec VPN's SSL VPN's The security of the two are not inherently better than one or the other, but from personally opinion, I have better luck with IPSec, but SSL VPN's tend to be easier on both the ...


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Get a better VPN. You don't say specifically what you are trying to do, but if a VPN is needed, then a VPN is needed. VPN isn't a particular solution, it is a class of solution. It is designed to make a secure, private network over an open network. You can use any of a number of different types of VPNs to implement that functionality. If you don't ...


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You are mentionning two Privacy issues here: Circumvention of censorship & password protection. When it comes to government firewalls, it is wise to use widely spread softwares, as they have been tested a lot and are known to work as safely as you can find. The reference here is TOR and is used daily by insurgents in countries famous for their ...


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Here is simple test If Tunnel inside tunnel is made or not first turn on VPN1 and check your IP address online. It should show your VPN1 IP. now flush your cache and all things and try connecting to your VPN2, if it is connected then check your IP online .If after connecting to your VPN2, online IP checker shows your VPN1's IP then Tunnel inside tunnel is ...


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How much a website knows Assuming you are browsing on a website without any protection, a website can know a great deal of things about a computer. Further, a great deal of this information is generally stored by the website in some sort of database. Often times, websites will store a great deal of information in order to remember some information about you ...


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There are two risks that immediately occur to me that would be reduced by using a VPN You're avoiding the risk that a single vulnerability provides access to your systems. With straight SSH/RDP a remote code execution vulnerability in the service could allow complete compromise of your environment. With a VPN which then allows access to the service, the ...


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It'slikely this company uses fraud screening (MaxMind, Varilogix or others) to check for signups using Proxy/VPN. You could either drum up a server from a server provider (DigitalOcean, Linode) that offers presance in the US and install a quick VPN https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-install-openvpn-access-server-on-ubuntu-12-04 ...


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Most companies have lists of VPN IP's and will block them to prevent users from outside the country to use their services. So they probably can't "see" you are using a VPN, but the recognize the IP and block that.



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