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Re: need help on VPN

Thank Tomas!
but i take no risk by seeking help here

i had used vpn operated by a friend in China
recently government telephone him to stop the service
otherwise he will be arrested
so my friend shutdown server and get no punishment

China isn't as close as North Korea
and not as open as USA

I know what I am doing and there's no need to worry.

On Monday, November 20, 2017 4:55 AM, "tomas@xxxxxxxxxx" <tomas@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

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On Mon, Nov 20, 2017 at 10:09:32AM +0100, Jeroen Mathon wrote:
> When you do not pay for the product, you become the product.
> I highly recommend AzireVPN, its cheap reliable and you can actually
> casually speak to the staff.
> I hope this helps.
> On 11/20/2017 09:49 AM, Long Wind wrote:
> > Sorry, this post is not debian specific.
> >
> > I'm in China and government blocks many sites
> > To bypass censorship I have to use VPN
> > and vpn is restricted by government
> >
> > I remember there are sites that offer free vpn
> > Could you send me info on free vpn? Thanks!
> >
> > PS: google is also blocked by government.
> > so far yahoo mail hasn't been blocked

Folks, be a bit careful.

This mailing list is public, all the mails get published via a web
interface, meaning that those who don't want VPNs are perfectly
able to read all of that (heck, they can and probably do use search
engines to zero in on this kind of conversation).

Take care

- -- t

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