How do I know and check whether my ISP caching my torrent files?

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ISP most probably does not care about your P2P activity. But copyright holders or their representatives are. Usually, they join downloading session of protected material and spot all IP addresses who’s sharing the content. DHT protocol allows to discover IP address of seeders and leeches even without announcing them to the tracker. Then copyright holder… Read more »

Can you use a VPN on an iPhone or iPad?

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Sure, iPad and iPhone supports 3 different types of VPN: PPTP VPN L2TP over IPSec VPN + pre-shared key or RSA Cisco IPSec VPN Here are a bit more details: PPTP is the most popular one and supported by most of VPN providers. L2TP/IPSec has in general better encryption, but since most VPN providers uses… Read more »

Happy New Year 2014

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We wish Happy New Year to all our members. Thanks joining our VPN club and for your support. We promise to move forward and improve the service next year. Protect your privacy, clear cookies and use VPN.

Why should you pay for VPN with Bitcoins?

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VPN services stands to protect your anonymity. There are several ways we do that in Seed4.Me. First, we change your IP address and geographical location to make sure your identity can not be traced. All your data is transfered encrypted to our servers and our servers do your requests on our behalf. Second, we mix… Read more »

Black Friday – Good time for a new router

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Since Black Friday is coming, maybe it’s a time to get modern VPN router with big discount and free shipping withing US or $25 deduction for the shipping to the rest of the world. Our VPN hardware partner FlashRouters offers proven routers hardware flashed with the best in class DD-WRT & Tomato firmware. It is… Read more »

Will the desire for Internet privacy gradually decrease?

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With the technology development more and more information becomes available. 10 years ago we could not imagine to discover our colleague’s wedding pictures easily. We did not know who’s invited to our friend kid’s party. But not today. Now, everybody became overexposed in the Internet and privacy started to play a key role in the… Read more »

How many types of VPN are there?

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That’s a bit of a tricky question, since VPN protocols can have different settings and can encapsulate each other. But let’s try to count them one by one. 1) PPTP most popular and widely supported protocol, has 128-bit encryption and quite fast comparing to other protocols. But not so well protected, since encryption key of… Read more »

Why China banned Facebook, Twitter and YouTube

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Imagine the situation, you are watching a TV and somebody calls you a bastard from the screen. You can shout at the screen and try to prove opposite, but it does not work. You can come to your next door neighbor who’ve seen that already and explain that TV is wrong! But it is not… Read more »

Censorship Market

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To understand the Chinese censorship system, Gary King, a professor of political science at Harvard University was tricky to intrude inside. According to the Technology Review website, this professor and two colleagues created a fake Chinese social networking site in order to understand how censorship really operates in this country. We thus discover that the… Read more »

Is VPN legal or not?

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VPN usage is absolutely legal, since it is just a technology to connect different IP networks. It enables encryption and secure transport of the data. Also it is widely used by companies to merge their office branches into a single network. Consider VPN as a kitchen knife. Use it, sell it and buy kitchen knifes… Read more »