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  1. Psiphon Pro By Psiphon Inc. This is the pro version of Psiphon which is a secure VPN application for Android. The application allows you to navigate freely on the internet. You will be connected to all hindered sites that are blocked due to censorship or other factors. You will also be safe when you do this. You will be able to connect to any site that has been exposed to Psyphon Pro and has blocked access. Psiphon’s work structure is quite simple. As with other VPN applications, a tunnel opens and you appear to be connecting through other countries. Whether you want to use the application only on the browser, you can use it in all applications. One of the features that Psiphon has provided is the ability to display your internet traffic. If you want to use the internet for free, Psiphon is for you. Site: https://workupload.com Sharecode: /file/xv2cRNKM
  2. Psiphon Pro By Psiphon Inc. This is the pro version of Psiphon which is a secure VPN application for Android. The application allows you to navigate freely on the internet. You will be connected to all hindered sites that are blocked due to censorship or other factors. You will also be safe when you do this. You will be able to connect to any site that has been exposed to Psyphon Pro and has blocked access. Psiphon’s work structure is quite simple. As with other VPN applications, a tunnel opens and you appear to be connecting through other countries. Whether you want to use the application only on the browser, you can use it in all applications. One of the features that Psiphon has provided is the ability to display your internet traffic. If you want to use the internet for free, Psiphon is for you. Site: https://workupload.com Sharecode: /file/twX2cTvJ Site: https://file.bz Sharecode: /UcD2R2rfb2/Psiphon_Pro_214_apk
  3. The Tor Project has announced the release of Tor Browser 9.0, the new update brings several updates to the user experience, integrating more features into the browser directly and scrapping the onion button. Additionally, localisation has been improved with support added for the Macedonian and Romanian languages, bringing the total amount of supported languages to 27. With Tor Browser 9.0, Firefox 68.2.0 is used as the foundation. In order to scrap the onion button that came with old releases, the Tor Project has altered the actual interface of Firefox adding circuit information to the ‘i’ button in the address bar, adding more Tor settings into about:preferences, and including a new identity button in the toolbar and in the menu. One of the ways that Tor users can be identified by websites is by the size of the browser window. For several releases now, when the user maximises the Tor Browser window a notification would appear warning users not to do that. In order to make things simpler for users, a new feature called letterboxing has been added, this essentially restricts the amount of space a webpage can use; even if the browser is maximised, the user will just see a grey border around the webpage. In order to get the new update, either download a fresh copy of the browser from the official website or if you have Tor already installed just continue using the browser and it should update automatically. Source: The Tor Project releases Tor Browser 9.0 with several UX improvements (via Neowin)
  4. ramonjosegn

    Smart DNS Proxy - Giveaway suscription

    Smart DNS Proxy is a versatile DNS service that works on many devices. You can use it to unblock websites, stream music and videos. It is faster than VPN, and for a limited time it is FREE! I am testing and is works very fine and speedy http://www.smartdnsproxy.com/
  5. selesn777

    Charles 3.7 Eng + Serial

    Charles 3.7 Eng + Serial Charles is installed as a proxy server and can monitor the data sent and received between the server and your Internet applications. First of all, it will be interesting to software developers and server administrators do not have such tools to establish proper operation very difficult. Charles acts as a mediator not only in http connections, but in the SSL-encrypted channel. Features: SSL-proxy - SSL-view requests and responses in plain textBandwidth Limit (Bandwidth Throttling) to simulate slow connections, including delaysDebugging AJAX - view XML and JSON requests and responses in the form of a structured tree or just textTree View contents of the data AMF, transmitted Flash and Flex applicationsSending repeated requests to the server's response changesChange requests to the correct server responseBreakpoints to intercept and modify requests or responsesVerify written responses in formats HTML, CSS and RSS / Atom with W3C Validator Download link Site: http://www.tusfiles.net Sharecode: /pijqo2n1r7mp
  6. NaJeEb303

    [Update] CyberGhost 5.0.12.5

    CyberGhost 5.0.12.5 Today we've released a new Update to Version 5.0.12.4 which contains the following changes:Changelog 5.0.12.5: - Fixed a reconnect problem Changelog 5.0.12.4: - Fixed an incompatibility with some Virusscanners Changelog 5.0.12.3: - Proxysettings will be resetted with the next start of CyberGhost - The SecureConnect feature has been enhanced to block certain existing TCP connections correctly when connecting - Fixed an issue that CyberGhost could not connect under certain circumstances - CyberGhost now waits for an active internet connection during autostart mode The update will be installed during the next restart of the software. Download: https://cyberghostvpn.com/download/CG_5.0.12.5.exe Source: https://board.cyberghostvpn.com/english/announcements/6381-cyberghost-5-0-12-5/
  7. Best Free online web proxy review www.webproxy.net Webproxy.net is a free web proxy to unblock all websites and surf securely. It is designed to search any website to open it unblocked Webproxy encrypts your IP address while unblocking all websites quickly, as if an unblocking google. Previously looked for a review of the extension: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/webproxynet-unblock-any-w/mpmikmnnnoacchojfpdgfdgpkfgajhim?hl=en What do you think of the website itself? :) Staff Note: You already posted this here. Hence, topic closed.
  8. Millions of BitTorrent downloaders use proxies or VPN services to protect their privacy. These tools offer anonymity by replacing one's residential IP-address with that of the privacy service. But do they really work? Luckily, there's now an open source tool people can use to test their setup. Every day dozens of millions of people share files using BitTorrent, willingly exposing their IP-addresses to the rest of the world. For those who value their privacy this is a problem, so many sign up with a VPN provider or torrent proxy service. This is fine, but some people then forget to check whether their setup is actually working. While it’s easy enough to test your web IP-address through one of the many IP-checking services, checking the IP-address that’s broadcasted via your torrent client is more complex. There are a few services that offer a “torrent IP check” tool, but for the truly paranoid there’s now an Open Source solution as well. The developer, who goes by the nickname “cbdev”, found most of the existing tools to be somewhat “fishy,” so he coded one for himself and those who want to run their own torrent IP checkers. “I’d rather have something I can control entirely,” cbdev tells TF. “So, I wrote a tool people can install on their own servers, with the added bonus of it using magnet links, so ‘Tracking torrent’ files are required,” he adds. The ipMagnet tool allows BitTorrent users to download a magnet link which they can then load into their BitTorrent client. When the magnet link connects to the tracker, the user’s IP-address will be displayed on the site, alongside a time-stamp and the torrent client version. Alternatively, users can check out the tracker tab in their torrent clients, where the IP-address will be displayed as well. For users who are connected to a VPN, the IP-address should be the same as the one they see in their web browser, and different from the IP-address that’s displayed when the VPN is disconnected. Proxy users, on the other hand, should see a different IP-address than their browser displays, since torrent proxies only work through the torrent client. People are free to use the ipMagnet tool demo here, but are encouraged to run a copy on their own server. The whole project is less than 500 lines of code, so those with basic knowledge of PHP, JavaScript and HTML can verify that it’s not doing anything nefarious. If you’re setting up a copy of your own, feel free to promote it in the comments below. Those who want more tips can read up on how to make a VPN more secure, and which VPN providers and torrent proxies really take anonymity seriously. Source: TorrentFreak
  9. compgen1534

    VpyrVPN 2.11.0.7650

    VyprVPN is an essential tool if you want to protect your privacy and prevent your Internet Service Provider from monitoring your browsing activity and online communications. It enables you to keep your location private by allowing you to switch easily to any one of the multiple global VPN server locations. Key features include: 1, 2 or 3 simultaneous connections. Unlimited Data Usage. VyprDNS. PPTP, Open VPN, L2TP/IPsec. NAT Firewall Included. 10 - 50 GB Dump Truck Storage. Golden Frog, the makers of VyperVPN, own and manage their own VPN servers, so no other 3rd party company will be handling your data, making it more secure. With over 50 worldwide server locations, more than 700 servers and 200,000+ global IPs, you are guaranteed a connection, with unlimited server switching and unlimited speeds. A cool feature of VyprVPN is VyprDNS, Golden Frog's very own zero logging DNS, which is available exclusively for VyprVPN users. The zero-knowledge policy that the VyprDNS service provides, increases user privacy and helps to defeat censorship and promote online freedom because quite simply, it does not log any information. The new VPN technology Chameleon has been developed to scramble OpenVPN packet metadata so that it's impossible to recognize via DPI. For VyprVPN users, this means that you can bypass restrictive networks put in place by governments, corporations and ISPs, without compromising security. It is also a great tool for users who experience VPN blocking and speed issues that come as a result of bandwidth throttling. In short, Chameleon will give you an open and uncensored Internet experience. As far as usability goes, VyprVPN has a reputation for being easy-to-use, mainly thanks to its simple interface and speedy response. After downloading the program, you will need to sign up for your 3-day free trial, choosing from either the Basic, Pro or Premier versions for which you will need to pay the monthly or annual fee. If you want a more open and uncensored Internet, as well as protection from hackers and third-party snoopers, then download VyprVPN now. Edit: Download links windows (x86/64) https://www.goldenfrog.com/vyprvpn/windows-download Crack isn't available right now, hope to someone assist with this, would like also.
  10. Webproxy for Google Chrome™ unblocks any website and secures your browsing http://webproxy.net Chrome extension: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/webproxynet/mpmikmnnnoacchojfpdgfdgpkfgajhim Features: ✔ Unblock Netflix, Facebook, Youtube, Spotify ✔ Unblock country restricted websites ✔ Unblock torrent websites ✔ Surf anonymously ✔ Add websites to automatically open in proxy ✔ Proxify specific links on a website ✔ 100% SECURE ✔ 100% FREE ✔ REGISTRATION FREE Interesting extension. Any reviews? B)
  11. Less than a week after the UK 'piracy police' shut down the proxy service Immunicity and arrested its owner, clones of the service have started to appear online. The services allow people to access The Pirate Bay and other blocked sites. Just like the original site they are completely free of charge. When Immunicity launched last year TorrentFreak spoke with the owner, who told us he created the service as a protest against increasing censorship efforts in the UK. “We are angered by the censorship that is happening in the UK and in other countries across the globe, so we got our thinking caps on and decided to do something about it,” Immunicity’s operator said. The site’s core motivation came from the famous John Gilmore quote that was prominently placed on the site’s homepage. “The Net interprets censorship as damage and routes around it.” And that was exactly what the service offered. Those who set up their browser to work with Immunicity would gain access to blocked sites, by running their traffic through its proxy server. In just a few clicks the service was able to unblock any censored site, hassle free. For more than a year Immunicity helped tens of thousands of people to unblock censored websites, but that was brought to an end last week. Tipped off by copyright holders, City of London Police labeled Immunicity a criminal operation and arrested its 20-year old owner. The idea behind the police action was to send a deterrent message and make it harder for the public to access blocked sites. However, it appears to have resulted in just the opposite. Just days after the original Immunicity site was taken offline at least two clones have appeared. Both Immunicity.co.uk and Immun.es offer the same unblocking functionality, completely free of charge. The two new services are a direct result of the Immunicity takedown, once again showing that censorship enforcement may lead to counterproductive results. TorrentFreak spoke with the operator of Immum.es who, considering recent events, has taken the necessary precautions to stay out of police sight. “When purchasing the domain and server I made steps to protect myself from potential adversaries,” the operator says. Immun.es uses a hosting service that allows proxies and has unmetered bandwidth, which should guarantee smooth sailing in the short run. The operator informs us that the backend is coded in node.js, which he may release as open source later. The end result is that the actions of City of London Police have made matters worse, from their own perspective. Instead of one Immunicity, there are now two, and possible many more to come in the future. Source: TorrentFreak
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