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[WTB] Bullet Proof and Anonymous VPN Service

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by dennismorris14, Jan 31, 2011.

  1. dennismorris14

    dennismorris14 Junior Member

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    i'm looking to buy a Bullet Proof 100% anonymous VPN Service,need high speed servers from US or any other countries,pm me if you sell or post it here if you know any good one,also i need a windows client so i can turn on/off VPN anytime:p
     
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    dennismorris14 Junior Member

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    no one?
     
  3. gscan

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    I don't think you'll find any bp VPNs within the US because the country is too subject to law enforcement and such. Obviously the reason for bp is because you need protection from something and US law will rape that if the server is in their jurisdiction
     
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  4. dennismorris14

    dennismorris14 Junior Member

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    Very True! thanks for the info mate,So any other countries VPN,any Providers?
     
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  6. kasati

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    SwissVPN is -as the name says- located in Switzerland. They have laws in effect there though that require them to save a protocol of your connections for 6 months so that law enforcement can subpoena it.
    You probably meant Relakks, they are based in Sweden.

    I used both two years ago, from Western Europe speed was okay for both. Relakks had some connection issues at some point, but I guess they fixed it since they're still around.
    SwissVPN is worthless for me now.
     
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  7. sunseven

    sunseven Regular Member

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    Thanks for the info that's good to know but I thought non-US based companies in countries who were not in an Uncle Sam headlock, did not have to comply with a US based subpoena order? But a strong enough US based firm, I'm sure can get subpoena's in other countries, not sure but I don't doubt. Please shed some more light on me. Thanks
     
  8. kasati

    kasati Newbie

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    Post moderation is driving me nuts, so I'm splitting it:

    Thanks for your post! Here are some more thoughts on that one:


    There is Interpol, which is bueraucratic and slow, but works. Essentially, for criminal justice, if it's in it, it becomes a local case for the authorities.
    Also, providers here comply with DMCA notices all the time. Probably they don't want to get sued internationally, and are not exactly warez / spam lovers either.

    Swiss services:

    It's swiss telecommunications law, so they made that up for domestic use I guess. It still is a liberal country with a peculiar grass-roots type democracy. They dont want to go after everybody since they earn their dough through the dirty money people bring there, but open defiance isn't their thing either. I mean last year they put Roman Polanski in prison there on a more than 20 yo court order from the US. Probably too much of a PR disaster to keep him? This was courtesy of Interpol btw.
    I think if they don't have a substantial interest to protect you, they wont.
    And they have logs.
     
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  9. kasati

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    Germany could be an option though. While it doesnt seem like it bc it has to implement all the big brother European Union legislation in some form, for the next 1-3 years it's a pretty safe place for VPN. Last fall, the highest court abolished the "Vorratsdatenspeicherung", i.e. preemptive collection of Internet data. There is nothing in it's place, and politicians don't want to get their hands dirty with this right now since there's substantial opposition.
    If you want to go that route, you could try Trackbuster for example. Also Germany is connected through the DE-CIX backbone, world's largest internet hub.
    However, law enforcement love vanning tor exit node operators for anything and everything remotely illegal that happened through their systems.
    VPN doesn't seem to be too high on their list. They did take down a VPN service last year, but then the "Vorratsdatenspeicherung" was still in effect. Nothing happened as the server's hard drives were fully encrypted.
    So ideally, no logs here, and supposedly fast connection.

    Sweden (relakks and others) seems to be a viable option. Most of the VPN providers don't log connections, and say they would only give out your payment / client information if you're accused of commiting a crime that would most likely result in a prison sentence of at least two years by Swedish law. They say there aren't so many. Who knows?
    I Don't know a lot about the situation there.
    In the end, if you sign up through some VCC with false information, they have absolutely nothing about you.
     
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  10. kasati

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    dysfunctional Eastern European countries are my favorite, and international law enforcement's total nightmare. Don't choose EU member countries like Romania, they comply with Brussels orders where they manage.
    Regarding the level of corruption and general havoc, I'd suggest having a look at Ukraine, Bosnia and Hercegovina, and Moldova, for example. Ukraine has a fast connection (at least from here) also. Bosnia is great in terms of security, but the connection is bad. It's an awesome country for backpacker holidays / hiking by the way, little tourism, breath-taking views, really cheap. Would love to go again.
    Moldova or their weird breakaway republic Transdniestr (not recognized by anyone, but they have their militia & some form of internet) seems promising to me also. I hired a virtual assistant once who was based in Chisinau, and he did his work in time and never told me about technical issues.

    If you can't find VPN services there, just get a VServer and set it up yourself. There are discussions on BHW on Ukrainian providers.
     
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  11. dennismorris14

    dennismorris14 Junior Member

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    @kasati: you have given me too much info,more then i wanted to know..lol
    thanks mate:D