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Does anyone have a go to site? All I can find through Google are scams. Thanks.
I need a VPN for my PS3, so I can buy crap on PSN
is that possibru?
^ Can't you buy PSN content anywhere in the world if you have PSN cards from the region.
i cant use my US account in MX ever since PSN went down or got hacked or whatever a few years back, I cant even buy MX PSN cards, they wont work with a US account, and I dont want to make another account and loose my BF3 stuffz
Would something like this work for downloading torrents? I've been shut down a couple times from my ISP.. they got a letter from HBOtime, etc. Now that Game of Thrones is back on I'm dying to DL it.
seedbox is the "safest" since the torrent data is not stored on any local network. you basically use the seedbox like a webhost. it's use to dl/seed your torrent traffic. then use ftp to transfer to local network. since ftp is unmonitored and legal by all means of the data transfer; there is no issue. use the tor browser to hind any traffic you might want untraceable. (ie any magnet links or torrent searches)don't forget to pay your seedbox host bill with bitcoin and you can add a layer of protection with a VPN for all packet traffic regardless; you'll be a ghost.
tor link: https://www.torproject.org/
It shouldn't be necessary to hide the browser traffic..nothing illegal about visiting Pirate Bay or any other site. Just use a VPN while downloading the actual torrent.
- some isps block ip addresses. tor is nice since there is no need to manual proxy international since they do it native.antagonlsta
- Do ISPs really block specific sites? I didn't think that happened in the U.S.ukit2
- (Yet, anyway)ukit2
- Different issueukit2
- i agree different problem but they are related.antagonlsta
Thanks for the info antagonista! I'll check that out.
Tor is an excellent service/browser. i use it all the time on the go when i connect with an open network such as starbucks. i haven't used it for any darknet searches like piratebay (which i know isn't technically darknet) but that browser makes vpn tunnel through a snap, with the added security of their proxy nodes. i'm "hidden" in plain sight sort of thing..