Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Lauriat, Mar 23, 2015.
Do you know any offshore VPN that would not disclose your IP if requested?
Up to do some bad stuff, are we now? I'm kidding. I researched VPN companies a lot when I was up to something "bad" and the only ones that seemed "trustworthy" enough to me were Airvpn and Cryptostorm.
Cryptostorm have a history of turning DMCA notices down in favor for their users (like telling feds piss off because we don't have anything to give), but they also have a very controversial, criminal history, which is both good and bad depending on how you look at things. Cryptostorm also has a "token-based" third party system, which you can use to pay for their services anonymously with Bitcoin. It's another layer of protection.
Honestly, there is no "offshore" VPN company that doesn't keep logs. Not even the ones above. If they tell you they don't, it's a lie. You're just gonna take the company's word for it and hope you're not being logged.
get a vps using bitcoin and setup ur own vpn server thats the only way.
The VPN Provider i use was raided by special ops because of some anonymous operations and they couldnt find a single log file on the servers.
OP: PMed you, i have a established VPN Provider, tested from thousands of cybercrime users.
How about companies and servers located in very remote areas? Outside US and Europe.
Similarly to what happened in Cryptostorm. They didn't release (or find) any logs that could compromise their users when the guy in-charge was arrested. But then again, now it could potentially be an FBI honeypot, because he served a fairly short sentence and signed an agreement with the authorities. I doubt it is, but it's always a possibility. Now they promise their users they will not put moles into a user's account if a DMCA notice arrives, but will shut down the account if pressured.
But if you're a small-time guy and doing something relatively harmless (I can't really bring specific examples of small-time here because everyone's got their own morale code) then you shouldn't make a big deal out of it. Buy Bitcoins anonymously (face-to-face or just launder them) pay with Bitcoins for a VPN company that seems trustworthy to you and you'll be fine. Unless you're as ambitious as Evgeniy Bogachev, you won't have problems.
You will never be 100% secure even using a VPN , especially with the NSA about. Just proves how insecure the USA is about their citizens.
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