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How To Hide OpenVPN Connections In China

by Grey One •

If you are using OpenVPN in China, even on port 443, you may find that your connections are unstable. The problem is that Chinese government can detect the difference between “normal” SSL encryption and VPN encryption.

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How To Set Up Your Own VPN

by Grey One •

In A Nutshell Setting up your own VPN server is fairly easy, especially if you are familiar with the Linux terminal. You can set up a VPN in as little as 20 minutes, by renting a VPS (Virtual Private Server) from a company like Vultr and installing OpenVPN. The install is “one-click” and the cost is about $5 per month. …

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How To Be Anonymous On The Internet

by Grey One •

Browse Annoymously On The Internet

In A Nutshell Being truly anonymous on the Internet is a complicated, because computers create so many logs and records. However, you can get a reasonable level of privacy by downloading an anonymous browser like the¬†Tor Browser. Tor is free, but it does tend make browsing the web slow. If you want to make all your internet connections private and …