ng4ever

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Does anyone know what I am talking about ?

I can't remember the name of the service but it was like a VPN but allowing you to safely use a coffee shop wifi when they wouldn't allow a vpn
 
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If the coffee does not allow a vpn u can change the connection protocol. There are now many provider avaiable that for example can use SSL over udp or ofuscation so they dont even see you use a vpn.
 
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ng4ever

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Have you tried using the Advanced Search function?

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Yes it was never posted on here. I found it a while ago. Thought I bookmarked it but it doesn't look like I did.

If the coffee does not allow a vpn u can change the connection protocol. There are now many provider avaiable that for example can use SSL over udp or ofuscation so they dont even see you use a vpn.
How?
 

ng4ever

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For example in the Airvpn client u can change the udp connection to a SSL one so if someone look at your connection, they think its a normal ssl connection and not a vpn. I cant explain it in a good way with my english. But google helps you there :)
No problem I understand you perfectly!
 

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VPN's designed to work around blocks utilize a variety of masking techniques. The problem with cafe or other place, they could have a UTM doing DPI and Application Layer Inspection. It's going to recognize the TCP snippets from the VPN client in most cases.

However some VPN providers even try to get around this. Switching to TCP and utilizing 443 can trick some. Some allow you to specify custom powers, and throw TCP traffic over Port 53 (DNS) bypassing filtration because a lot of IT guys don't filter DNS.

In many cases, it's a matter of trial and error to get something to work.
 
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