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How to properly use a VPN?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by akfirsttry, Dec 27, 2013.

  1. akfirsttry

    akfirsttry Newbie

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    I recently started using a VPN. mainly for paypal usage. However i am a complete noob in proper handling of it. I am completely confused about how to properly use it. So here are my questions.

    1. What is the actual difference between a VPN and a VPS?
    2. Which one should i use? adaptive, UDP or TCP? I have been using adaptive .
    3. It shows me that it is connected to some ip address through some other ip address. (i have no idea what that means)
    4. When i connect through my vpn and check my ip online it shows me what i am looking for - a US ip address. So now i can use that to open paypal. However when i use that to open payza they say i cannot open an account in my state.

    Now if payza knows that it is not US then wouldn't paypal also know that? Can someone please help me out with some info here? I have been struggling with this for 2 months now.
     
  2. baAmy

    baAmy Newbie

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    I hired a few VPNs and found that they must've been on various block lists. I suspect big sites are blocking entire Ip blocks.
     
  3. Danny1111

    Danny1111 Elite Member

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    PayP........ I just use VPN Ips close to where my account was opened .. I have no problems using it.

    vps basically just gives you one location IP .. Where VPN services offer addresses all over the place .. So you can be from all over USA , uk or australia for a pretty low price.
     
  4. akfirsttry

    akfirsttry Newbie

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    I asking this question because paypal saw that i was loggin in from India regardless of me using my VPN. They are asking me to verify my phone no. again. I am so fucked right now.
     
  5. Chris22

    Chris22 Regular Member

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    Connect to a VPN on your main operating system. Boot up a virtual machine and then connect to a different VPN, configure your browser (the vm one) to use a proxy server.
     
  6. Vonais

    Vonais Power Member

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    Bro u stated that it was payza that detected the VPN, not PayPal.
     
  7. Vanrithy

    Vanrithy Power Member

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    TO clarify, Payza is not available to USA anymore. IF you use VPN and IP from US, that's why Payza not accepting US. Just use other IP locations beside US.
     
  8. clabers

    clabers Newbie

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    payza its for indian contry
     
  9. akfirsttry

    akfirsttry Newbie

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    buddy..can you please give me some steps on the procedure. You seem to know a lot about it.
     
  10. akfirsttry

    akfirsttry Newbie

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    yes. Thats why i am testing my VPN's with payza right now.