Promo2day is a useful website where you can get paid PC software for free. How is it possible? Website admins contact app developers and ask them to provide some free licenses for their subscribers. This August Promo2day celebrates 2-year anniversary: they have lots of free stuff and Seed4Me is one of the software companies that… Read more »
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Few days ago we published a post about thatoneprivacysite.net project, the website that has a crazy big VPN comparison table. Nearly every popular VPN service was included there by anonymous person calling himself That One Privacy Guy. We decided to ask him more about his project and his thoughts on VPN industry.
Well, here is another example of true self-discipline and hard work. Crazy research done by That One Privacy Site admin. What it’s all about?
Hi All! We found out that our service was anonymously tested by vpnMentor experts.
No way! We are experiencing the full power of the Chinese Great Firewall! VPN traffic is blocked in the bud!
We just got an email from Armada Collective or someone who is pretending to be Armada Collective hackers group. They threaten us with DDoS and ask for money. The DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attack is a hackers activity to make an online service unreachable, regularly this done by crushing a victim’s server or network… Read more »
The IP address in Seed4Me VPN App keeps updating and through certain time the pop up shows up with message: The server is unreachable. Try reconnecting. If the problem continuous, verify your settings and contact your Administrator. If you have the same problem, simply follow these steps to resolve it:
If you are not at your computer, or simply prefer to sidestep refund via iTunes, you can still request a refund using any web browser (e.g. Safari). Follow these next simple instructions 1. Go to Apple’s problem reports page: reportaproblem.apple.com. 2. Login with your Apple ID user name (typically your email address) and password.
Apple hasn’t built any links to problem reporting into the iTunes Store or App Store. However, you can go directly to problem reporting via your email receipt. Follow these next simple instructions 1. Launch Mail from your Home screen. 2. Search for “Your receipt from Apple” if it’s not immediately visible.