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VPN Services That Take Your Anonymity Seriously, 2013 Edition

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by MrBlue, Mar 3, 2013.

  1. MrBlue

    MrBlue Senior Member

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    Here is TorrentFreak.com's list of VPN providers that due to their setup cannot link user activity to external IP addresses and activities.

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    http://torrentfreak.com/vpn-services-that-take-your-anonymity-seriously-2013-edition-130302/
     
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  2. sirrobin

    sirrobin Newbie

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    thanks - good info to have. any vpn that doesnt take vpn is not 100% anonymous in my book
     
  3. Pollux0R

    Pollux0R Registered Member

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    Ehh i'm still kinda weary tbh.
     
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    LakeForest Supreme Member

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    ah, here's the thing with vpn's that don't keep logs.

    someone else probably is.
     
  5. agentaika

    agentaika Newbie

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    What do you use?
     
  6. thefarang

    thefarang Newbie

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    Just curious what logs could be kept if the VPN doesn't keep any.

    For example, I recently signed up with BTGuard. My torrent client connects directly to BTGuard over an encrypted connection. All my ISP can see is that I connect to BTGuard. If BTGuard doesn't keep any logs and the connection to the torrent trackers and the actual files is between BTGuard and the tracker/host sites, there's nothing to log that would identify me.

    Am I missing something?

    I use them just for the six strikes thing that went into effect this week. I don't need the hassle of getting warning letters or having my bandwidth throttled because I want to download some TV show that's available for free on the network's website anyway.

    For that purpose, I think a lot of the recommendations on the OP's list make sense.