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Anonymous 09/30/2019 (Mon) 14:28:07 No. 199
Hello lads, I'm looking for a new VPN provider, I'm currently using ExpressVPN.
Any recoms?
What VPNs work on 4chan?
airvpn is my choice.
No even medium sized ones to my knowledge, sometimes a vpn will have a new server come up but it gets quickly banned. I know some VPS's are also banned, but not sure since I havent tried going through one for half chan in quite a few years.
airvpn is comfy. I do not 100% trust them given their support of groups like riseup, but their system seems capable of not having to. Less than great payment options as well (good luck using a prepaid card for instance).
don't bother with NordVPN, every server is now banned on 4chins and it's owned by Tesonet, a Lithuanian datamining company.
Ivacy is dirt cheap
Just use SocksCap64
at least a third of vpn services are owned by some big chinese parent company, they're a fucking meme
>>199 Mullvad is good to go.
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>hurr durr vpncompany1 is the best >hurr durr vpncompany2 is the best >hurr durr vpncompany3 not good cuz muh high level outsider reasoning >hurr durr vpncompany4 good >hurr durr vpncompany2 good burgers never change
Who know how to hack Bitcoin or etherium
>>199 Anon, you should use Mullvad AND Tor together from a reasonably secure OS like Tails. That is all :^)
>>949 A VPN doesn't solve everything. It helbs to make it more exbensive for the glownigger boomers to try and catch you. Using a VPN is fairly common today, even moreso given that there are more people working from home than there were before. It just doesn't draw as much attention as Tor would. Tor puts you on a list, no doubt about it. Doesn't mean that Tor is bad - you just need something to serve that first hop or in a secure manner.
>>965 >hurr durr using this p2p program millions of other people use puts you on a watchlist hmmm why do we have the same 12 year old retards saying the same retarded shit from the year 2003 in current_year?


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