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  1. I am such a streaming lover and i always gave priority to secure myself while streaming online, it is because cyber threats are quite common now a days in digital world. So what i did is i found the Best VPN 2018, it is because VPN hides your IP address and makes you untraceable while streaming your favorite content. Have a look, because privacy is the first priority.
  2. bradpalamila

    Best vpn for Exodus?

    Hey, I want to use Exodus on my Kodi, can you please suggest vpn services which would be good to use in the USA I would like to know it from real experience rather than ads. Thank you.
  3. SOME OF THE BEST FREE VPN AROUND FOR YOU These are some of the best FREE VPN services I’ve found, if you have more awesome free VPN services please list them below in the comments and I’ll add them to the site. Free VPN: https://spartanpixel.net/ and click on FREE VPN The Mixdoctor Moderator of Spartanpixel and Extreme Kodi Testing Check us out too.
  4. Dylan Cooper

    Best Free VPN for Kodi of 2018

    I am such a streaming lover and love to stream my favorite content worldwide through different kodi addons like (Covenant or Exodus) which are all time favorite. But some of the movies and TV shows are geo-restricted so i have to use a VPN service to overcome geo-restriction issues. I research on it and came up with the Free VPN of 2018 guide. Then i came up to use a Windscribe free VPN service as it provides 10 GB free monthly plan and after reading so many review it looks pretty much secure, my query is are they really safe? Need Suggestions!
  5. There are so many VPN providers, in which some are free and some are premium with more features. I used so many of them, Can anyone write down the list of top 5 premium services? I used NordVPN and Ivacy VPN, but now i am trying to give another provider a chance for streaming smoothly on Kodi safely. I went to googling and found a blog of ExpressVPN Review. After reading this guide i am pretty much satisfied and thinking to go with Express. Should i go for it or is there any other better option? Although ExpressVPN is quite expensive but i'll pay more if i can stream smoothly worldwide. Need Suggestions!
  6. Which VPN Services Keep You Anonymous in 2018? Just click on the picture below and PLEASE click some of our adverts on the site to help server costs, ❤️ thank you so much ❤️ Official site: http://streamhelp.org Help/Support Forum: http://koditalk.org Follow Techtimeruuu on twitter: https://twitter.com/techtimeruuu Techtimeruuu Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/techtimeruuu Follow Mixdoctor on twitter: https://twitter.com/Kodi_Mixdoctor Mixdoctor Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100015663541691 Thank You And Have A Great Day
  7. Kodi Piracy and Addon Predictions for 2018 WITH A INTERVIEW BY Tekto In many ways, the Kodi addon scene was one of the most turbulent in 2017. Today we sit down with the former operator of the Ares Project, the group behind the popular Ares Wizard, which shut down recently following legal threats. He gives his thoughts on what 2018 could have in store for unofficial Kodi projects and what threats lie in wait for the hugely popular platform. During 2017, Kodi and its sea of third-party addons hit the headlines hundreds of times. Streaming in this fashion became a massive deal throughout the year and eventually, copyright holders decided to take action, cracking down on groups such as TVAddons, ZemTV, and addons offered by jsergio123 and The_Alpha. In November, the problems continued when the Ares Project, the group behind the hugely popular Ares Wizard and Kodi repository, threw in the towel after being threatened by the MPA-led anti-piracy coalition Alliance for Creativity and Entertainment. The combined might of Columbia, Disney, Paramount, Twentieth Century Fox, Universal, Warner, Netflix, Amazon, and Sky TV was too much, leading to Ares Project leader Tekto shutting everything down. This was a significant development. Over a two year period, Ares serviced an estimated 100 million users. After interviewing Tekto last month, today we catch up with the developer again, listening to his thoughts on how the scene might further develop in 2018 and what threats lie ahead. TF: Could you tell us a bit about Kodi’s suitability as an unauthorized streaming platform moving forward? Is it flexible enough to deal with threats, is its current development effort sufficient, do addon developers like the way it works, and how could it be improved? Tekto: The public awareness of Kodi and the easy ways with which it can be customised via builds and its open source nature makes it the perfect platform for Python coders. It’s easy to fork, copy, adapt and learn, and it’s good for “builders” who modify, personalize, and “brand”. It’s also easy for users to obtain, install, and work with the plethora of wizards and addons etc, all backed by up blogs and YouTube tutorials. It’s the perfect open source platform to develop and customise to access a massive range of content. Content that may well be contentious but regardless, it is publicly available all over the web. TF: Obviously Kodi is the big thing at the moment but other apps, such as Showbox, TerrariumTV, and similar products are carving a decent niche for themselves. Where do you see the market sitting on these kinds of products moving forward and are they a threat to Kodi’s dominance? Tekto: The apps and other services don’t offer the same level of personalization. That’s what will keep a certain dedicated following happy with Kodi. We’ve had Plex, Streamio, Emby and so on, but none offer the flexibility of Kodi. TF: Does Kodi have any major weaknesses that you know of? Is it under threat from other systems perhaps? Tekto: Lets not forget we had CCcam [card sharing] for a decade and with Sky [UK TV provider] changing their encryption to end that source, a myriad of IPTV providers sprung up to replace it. All that killing the CCcam method has done, is moved people off CCcam to IPTV. It hasn’t stopped piracy or access to “premium content”, it just moved somewhere else. It probably also makes the providers more money than CCcam accounts ever did. TF: There have been a lot of legal threats in 2017. Are third-party addon developers and their community under serious threat? Tekto: If Kodi third-party devs “stopped”, something else would take over. All the Android apps that have sprung up (some have been around a while anyway) are already filling some gaps or giving options for those looking to stream. Having tried some of these, I have to say for non-tech users there are two or three apps that will suit them perfectly. Others need more work and fewer invasive ads to be more successful. Will Kodi stop? No. It is evolving and finding a new path. It has to. Well, the coders have to, at least. TF: What is your overall assessment of the various legal attacks this year? Tekto: What is being missed by all these legal “efforts” is the removal of the sources being accessed. Whilst the sources exist, apps and Kodi add-ons will find ways to access them. Did taking out a few Kodi devs and a wizard remove any content? Did it stop just one movie from being accessed? No. It did nothing to stop piracy. It did, however, give those receiving HUGE fees to act for the various movie and broadcasters, something to write on their “success” boards and reports. It just upset users for a few days whilst things adapted to the new situation. The Kodi builds listed on Ares all had their own wizards anyway – so they all carried on working. All the add-ons on Ares were mostly linked to Github, so they carried on working anyway. The takedown of guys working on the URL resolver for Covenant didn’t work at all. The code still works and if you add, let’s say, Real Debrid, it won’t ever stop working, even Exodus still works! Let’s add to this that Covenant was then forked five or six times and re-marketed. I’d say it probably increased “acts of copyright infringement” or at least access to “copyright infringing material”. TV Addons immediately took over development of the “URL resolver”, so it will be maintained and fixes for it released. The URL resolver module uses regex – regular expressions to emulate a web browser (for the most part). Let that sink in; A URL resolver is a way to bypass a web browser, as most of the content is hosted on “publicly accessible” websites, that still remain publicly available with or without Covenant or whatever the forks are called. TF: Sp there isn’t a Doomsday scenario? Tekto: If the Kodi third-party scene is somehow stopped – all Wizards, builds, etc were all stopped this very second – there would be a dozen new apps for Android in weeks. Meanwhile, there are hundreds of websites you could switch to, to watch the same content. ACE, MPA etc need to wake up to that fact. TF: One of the big deals this year, as far as the legal position goes, has been the clarification of “communication to the public” following cases at the European level featuring [pirate box seller] Filmspeler and The Pirate Bay. How do you think this will affect the addon and build scenes moving forward? Tekto: I’ve long believed that Kodi wizards and scraper addons operated in a way that wasn’t illegal, in that they never provided content, never actually handled the copyright protected files themselves. It still remains my belief that the recent efforts to use the Ziggo [Pirate Bay] ruling concerning “communicating to the public” is directly linked to torrents or at the very least actually providing content itself. It may be legal “saber rattling” – however standing your ground in the face of a well-funded legal behemoth is beyond hobbyists. TF: An addon developer I spoke with recently said that fellow addon developers will need to be smarter in future, perhaps by developing addons that aren’t so obviously infringing and are more general in their functionality. Do you feel this is a route they’re likely to take and will it make any difference? How do you think a more ‘underground’ scene will affect the situation on the ground? Tekto: Going Underground? Most will say grab a VPN and you’re safe – take note that a VPN isn’t enough. They may not get your logs, but they will get your payment info, or the times you are online tagged against another log etc. Anything like PayPal, Gmail, AdSense, etc is 100% out too – they will give people up in a heartbeat. People will have to avoid Facebook, Twitter and so on, as again, they will also link back to the “real you”. I expect more will move to Tor as a first level of hiding their identities. Hosting via Tor-only sites might be a way to avoid some obvious methods of tracing people. Add-on devs could access Github and release code without ever having to reveal who they are. Let’s not get into the whole “freedom of speech” etc scenario, however. It should mean that any developer should realistically make much greater efforts to hide their identities. TF: Thank you for your time, Tekto. Any final messages for the readers? Tekto: Yes, our Ares Wizard has returned. It’s a mainentance tool now. ADDONS ARES KODI PROJECT KODI KODI 2018 TEKTO Official site: http://streamhelp.org Help/Support Forum: http://koditalk.org Follow Techtimeruuu on twitter: https://twitter.com/techtimeruuu Techtimeruuu Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/techtimeruuu Follow Mixdoctor on twitter: https://twitter.com/Kodi_Mixdoctor Mixdoctor Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100015663541691 Thank You, And Have A Great Day.
  8. zubairkhan

    VPN For Kodi?

    On 23 May 2017, the UK government made it clear that streamers using Kodi to broadcast Premier League games and other pirated content will be shown no mercy in court. This declaration was followed by a sharp rise in piracy lawsuits against popular Kodi add-ons such as Phoenix and SALTS. So to be safe use best VPN for Kodi. VPNs for Kodi: ExpressVPN IPVanish Buffered NordVPN VyprVPN
  9. PureVPN Logs Helped FBI Net Alleged Cyberstalker BE WARNED, GOOD STORY BUT THIS VPN KEEPS LOGS A Massachusetts man was arrested late last week on suspicion of conducting a cyberstalking campaign against a female former roommate, her friends, and family. Court documents reveal that logs, obtained by the FBI from privacy service PureVPN, helped the prosecution. Until now, PureVPN had always maintained it carried no logs - almost. Last Thursday, Ryan S. Lin, 24, of Newton, Massachusetts, was arrested on suspicion of conducting “an extensive cyberstalking campaign” against his former roommate, a 24-year-old Massachusetts woman, as well as her family members and friends. According to the Department of Justice, Lin’s “multi-faceted campaign of computer hacking and cyberstalking” began in April 2016 when he began hacking into the victim’s online accounts, obtaining personal photographs, sensitive information about her medical and sexual histories, and other private details. It’s alleged that after obtaining the above material, Lin distributed it to hundreds of others. It’s claimed he created fake online profiles showing the victim’s home address while soliciting sexual activity. This caused men to show up at her home. “Mr. Lin allegedly carried out a relentless cyber stalking campaign against a young woman in a chilling effort to violate her privacy and threaten those around her,” said Acting United States Attorney William D. Weinreb. “While using anonymizing services and other online tools to avoid attribution, Mr. Lin harassed the victim, her family, friends, co-workers and roommates, and then targeted local schools and institutions in her community. Mr. Lin will now face the consequences of his crimes.” While Lin awaits his ultimate fate (he appeared in U.S. District Court in Boston Friday), the allegation he used anonymization tools to hide himself online but still managed to get caught raises a number of questions. An affidavit submitted by Special Agent Jeffrey Williams in support of the criminal complaint against Lin provides most of the answers. Describing Lin’s actions against the victim as “doxing”, Williams begins by noting that while Lin was the initial aggressor, the fact he made the information so widely available raises the possibility that other people got involved with malicious acts later on. Nevertheless, Lin remains the investigation’s prime suspect. According to the affidavit, Lin is computer savvy having majored in computer science. He allegedly utilized a number of methods to hide his identity and IP address, including TOR, Virtual Private Network (VPN) services and email providers that “do not maintain logs or other records.” But if that genuinely is the case, how was Lin caught? First up, it’s worth noting that plenty of Lin’s aggressive and stalking behaviors towards the victim were demonstrated in a physical sense, offline. In that respect, it appears the authorities already had him as the prime suspect and worked back from there. In one instance, the FBI examined a computer that had been used by Lin at a former workplace. Although Windows had been reinstalled, the FBI managed to find Google Chrome data which indicated Lin had viewed articles about bomb threats he allegedly made. They were also able to determine he’d accessed the victim’s Gmail account and additional data suggested that he’d used a VPN service. “Artifacts indicated that PureVPN, a VPN service that was used repeatedly in the cyberstalking scheme, was installed on the computer,” the affidavit reads. From here the Special Agent’s report reveals that the FBI received cooperation from Hong Kong-based PureVPN. “Significantly, PureVPN was able to determine that their service was accessed by the same customer from two originating IP addresses: the RCN IP address from the home Lin was living in at the time, and the software company where Lin was employed at the time,” the agent’s affidavit reads. Needless to say, while this information will prove useful to the FBI’s prosecution of Lin, it’s also likely to turn into a huge headache for the VPN provider. The company claims zero-logging, which clearly isn’t the case. “PureVPN operates a self-managed VPN network that currently stands at 750+ Servers in 141 Countries. But is this enough to ensure complete security?” the company’s marketing statement reads. “That’s why PureVPN has launched advanced features to add proactive, preventive and complete security. There are no third-parties involved and NO logs of your activities.” PureVPN privacy graphic However, if one drills down into the PureVPN privacy policy proper, one sees the following: Our servers automatically record the time at which you connect to any of our servers. From here on forward, we do not keep any records of anything that could associate any specific activity to a specific user. The time when a successful connection is made with our servers is counted as a ‘connection’ and the total bandwidth used during this connection is called ‘bandwidth’. Connection and bandwidth are kept in record to maintain the quality of our service. This helps us understand the flow of traffic to specific servers so we could optimize them better. This seems to match what the FBI says – almost. While it says it doesn’t log, PureVPN admits to keeping records of when a user connects to the service and for how long. The FBI clearly states that the service also captures the user’s IP address too. In fact, it appears that PureVPN also logged the IP address belonging to another VPN service (WANSecurity) that was allegedly used by Lin to connect to PureVPN. That record also helped to complete another circle of evidence. IP addresses used by Kansas-based WANSecurity and Secure Internet LLC (servers operated by PureVPN) were allegedly used to access Gmail accounts known to be under Lin’s control. Somewhat ironically, this summer Lin took to Twitter to criticize VPN provider IPVanish (which is not involved in the case) over its no-logging claims. “There is no such thing as a VPN that doesn’t keep logs,” Lin said. “If they can limit your connections or track bandwidth usage, they keep logs.” Or, in the case of PureVPN, if they log a connection time and a source IP address, that could be enough to raise the suspicions of the FBI and boost what already appears to be a pretty strong case. If convicted, Lin faces up to five years in prison and three years of supervised release. Thank You And Have A Great Day
  10. ONE OF THE BEST VPNs FOR KODI, GET IT NOW! VPNs are used every day by people concerned about security or trying to circumvent restrictions to Internet access. Journalists and activists in countries with restrictive Internet policies have used VPNs to keep in contact with the rest of the world and access content that would be otherwise forbidden. While most of us won’t have to worry about oppressive regimes, the average person can rest assured that their Web traffic won’t be intercepted with a VPN. You can also use a VPN service’s international servers to spoof your location and watch region-locked streaming content. But be advised: some media companies are getting wise. You can pay for IPVanish with any major credit card, as well as via PayPal, iDeal, GiroPay, Boleto, and, of course, Bitcoin. The last is a good option if you’re concerned about keeping your payments anonymous. Some other VPN services, such as TorGuard, allow you to use prepaid cards from other merchants for anonymous payments. What are you waiting for? go try them out, click the link below!UY NOW CLICK HERE TO CHECK OUT IPVanish Thank You And Have A Great Day. The Mixdoctor Team Member of koditalk.org
  11. President Trump Signs Internet Privacy Repeal Into Law Just click on the picture below and PLEASE click some of our adverts on the site to help server costs, ❤️ thank you so much ❤️? CHECK OUT OUR NEW YOUTUBE CHANNEL BY CLICKING HERE ?The Mixdoctor ? Team Member of forum.place & Extreme Kodi Testing ( Check us out too ) You Can Now Follow Me On Twitter https://twitter.com/Kodi_Mixdoctor CHECK OUT OUR LATEST SITE Stream Help http://streamhelp.org If We Or This Forum Has Helped You Please Consider Donating To Keep All Videos And Forums Up To Date And Active As The Server Costs Are Great Remember Click Around The Adverts As This Also Helps Pay For Server Costs Thank You And Have A Great Day ? KODI DISCLAIMER We are not connected to or in any other way affiliated with Kodi, Team Kodi, or the XBMC Foundation. The 3rd Party addons are not the property of Kodi.tv and not supported by them. Third party addons will not receive any support in official Kodi channels, including the Kodi forums and various social networks
  12. PSA: Using a VPN can protect your browsing history as Congress allows ISPs to sell it Just click on the picture below and PLEASE click some of our adverts on the site to help server costs, ❤️ thank you so much ❤️? CHECK OUT OUR NEW YOUTUBE CHANNEL BY CLICKING HERE ?The Mixdoctor ? Team Member of forum.place & Extreme Kodi Testing ( Check us out too ) You Can Now Follow Me On Twitter https://twitter.com/Kodi_Mixdoctor CHECK OUT OUR LATEST SITE Stream Help http://streamhelp.org If We Or This Forum Has Helped You Please Consider Donating To Keep All Videos And Forums Up To Date And Active As The Server Costs Are Great Remember Click Around The Adverts As This Also Helps Pay For Server Costs Thank You And Have A Great Day ? KODI DISCLAIMER We are not connected to or in any other way affiliated with Kodi, Team Kodi, or the XBMC Foundation. The 3rd Party addons are not the property of Kodi.tv and not supported by them. Third party addons will not receive any support in official Kodi channels, including the Kodi forums and various social networks
  13. VPN Searches Soar as Congress Votes to Repeal Broadband Privacy Rules Just click on the picture below and PLEASE click some of our adverts on the site to help server costs, ❤️ thank you so much ❤️? CHECK OUT OUR NEW YOUTUBE CHANNEL BY CLICKING HERE ?The Mixdoctor ? Team Member of forum.place & Extreme Kodi Testing ( Check us out too ) You Can Now Follow Me On Twitter https://twitter.com/Kodi_Mixdoctor CHECK OUT OUR LATEST SITE Stream Help http://streamhelp.org If We Or This Forum Has Helped You Please Consider Donating To Keep All Videos And Forums Up To Date And Active As The Server Costs Are Great Remember Click Around The Adverts As This Also Helps Pay For Server Costs Thank You And Have A Great Day ? KODI DISCLAIMER We are not connected to or in any other way affiliated with Kodi, Team Kodi, or the XBMC Foundation. The 3rd Party addons are not the property of Kodi.tv and not supported by them. Third party addons will not receive any support in official Kodi channels, including the Kodi forums and various social networks
  14. Please read this article citing important news & info: Note to UK Broadband Users on BT, EE, Sky, TalkTalk, Virgin Media If you’re located in the United Kingdom and are having issues finalizing your setup, getting errors when running certain addons or even having trouble accessing certain web sites, this guide will likely solve your problems. This is for all users of BT, EE, Sky, TalkTalk and Virgin Media internet service! It has come to our attention that for unknown reasons, the majority of internet service providers located in the United Kingdom seem to be shipping modems that come with strange security settings. It seems that these overly protective security settings have made it so that users cannot even access certain completely legitimate sites. Based on what we’ve seen, we would strongly recommend disabling these security settings, regardless of whether you’re a Kodi user or not, if a free and open internet is something that matters to you. Please keep in mind that certain questionable type streaming sites have been blocked from the United Kingdom in general, you’ll need a VPN service to access those sites, it has nothing to do with the issue here. BT Disable Parental Controls Switch Off Smart Setup EE Switch Off Orange Safeguard Sky Switch Off Sky Broadband Shield TalkTalk Switch Off HomeSafe Virgin Media Turn Off Web Safe and Virus Safe We really can’t stress it enough, Kodi users in the United Kingdom really should be using a VPN service in order to get the most out of their experience. The majority of content won’t even show up if you’re in the United Kingdom and not using a VPN service on your Kodi device. Adticle copied from link/source ⬇️ https://www.tvaddons.ag/uk-broadband-issues/
  15. Feature Request: Apple should roll its own VPN into iOS like Google and aim for better App Store moderation Just click on the picture below CHECK OUT OUR NEW YOUTUBE CHANNEL BY CLICKING HERE ?The Mixdoctor ? Team Member of forum.place & Extreme Kodi Testing ( Check us out too ) You Can Now Follow Me On Twitter https://twitter.com/Kodi_Mixdoctor CHECK OUT OUR LATEST SITE Stream Help http://streamhelp.org If We Or This Forum Has Helped You Please Consider Donating To Keep All Videos And Forums Up To Date And Active As The Server Costs Are Great Remember Click Around The Adverts As This Also Helps Pay For Server Costs Thank You And Have A Great Day ? KODI DISCLAIMER We are not connected to or in any other way affiliated with Kodi, Team Kodi, or the XBMC Foundation. The 3rd Party addons are not the property of Kodi.tv and not supported by them. Third party addons will not receive any support in official Kodi channels, including the Kodi forums and various social networks
  16. willieaames

    Kill Switch VPN on Kodi

    Is there something I can do to get a vpn kill switch working on kodi? Or another option I thought of is buying a rasp pi and connecting my nas as a download location and running a sickrage on the rasp pi with vpn and a killswitch if that would work. Or is there an android based sickrage server I can run on my shield TV. I`v tested these kodi vpns: https://www.bestvpnprovider.com/kodi-vpn/
  17. SOME OF THE BEST FREE VPN AROUND FOR YOU These are some of the best FREE VPN services I’ve found, if you have more awesome free VPN services please list them below in the comments and I’ll add them to the site. Free VPN: https://spartanpixel.net/ and click on FREE VPN The Mixdoctor Moderator of Spartanpixel and Extreme Kodi Testing Check us out too.
  18. HOW TO GET YOUR BUILDS IF YOUR COUNTRY IS BLOCKING YOU Hi All, Simple answer is use a VPN What Is a VPN? Put simply, a Virtual Private Network, or VPN, is a group of computers (or discrete networks) networked together over a public network—namely, the internet. Businesses use VPNs to connect remote datacenters, and individuals can use VPNs to get access to network resources when they're not physically on the same LAN (local area network), or as a method for securing and encrypting their communications when they're using an untrusted public network. When you connect to a VPN, you usually launch a VPN client on your computer (or click a link on a special website), log in with your credentials, and your computer exchanges trusted keys with a far away server. Once both computers have verified each other as authentic, all of your internet communication is encrypted and secured from eavesdropping. The most important thing you need to know about a VPN: It secures your computer's internet connection to guarantee that all of the data you're sending and receiving is encrypted and secured from prying eyes. Whether the VPNs you're familiar with are the ones offered by your school or business to help you work or stay connected when you're traveling or the ones you pay to get you watch your favorite shows in another country as they air, they're all doing the same thing. For much more detail on what VPNs are, how they work, and how they're used, So check out this video below produced by our favourite guy @Tech Timeruuu and away you go The Mixdoctor Moderator of Spartanpixel and Extreme Kodi Testing Check us out too. you can now follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/Kodi_Mixdoctor If we or this forum has helped you please consider donating to keep all videos and forums up to date and active as the server costs are great .. Remember click around the adverts as this also helps pay for server costs Thank you
  19. HOW TO GET YOUR BUILDS IF YOUR COUNTRY IS BLOCKING YOU Hi All, Simple answer is use a VPN What Is a VPN? Put simply, a Virtual Private Network, or VPN, is a group of computers (or discrete networks) networked together over a public network—namely, the internet. Businesses use VPNs to connect remote datacenters, and individuals can use VPNs to get access to network resources when they're not physically on the same LAN (local area network), or as a method for securing and encrypting their communications when they're using an untrusted public network. When you connect to a VPN, you usually launch a VPN client on your computer (or click a link on a special website), log in with your credentials, and your computer exchanges trusted keys with a far away server. Once both computers have verified each other as authentic, all of your internet communication is encrypted and secured from eavesdropping. The most important thing you need to know about a VPN: It secures your computer's internet connection to guarantee that all of the data you're sending and receiving is encrypted and secured from prying eyes. Whether the VPNs you're familiar with are the ones offered by your school or business to help you work or stay connected when you're traveling or the ones you pay to get you watch your favorite shows in another country as they air, they're all doing the same thing. For much more detail on what VPNs are, how they work, and how they're used, So check out this video below produced by our favourite guy @Tech Timeruuu and away you go The Mixdoctor Moderator of Spartanpixel and Extreme Kodi Testing Check us out too. you can now follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/Kodi_Mixdoctor If we or this forum has helped you please consider donating to keep all videos and forums up to date and active as the server costs are great .. Remember click around the adverts as this also helps pay for server costs Thank you
  20. HOW TO GET YOUR BUILDS IF YOUR COUNTRY IS BLOCKING YOU Hi All, Simple answer is use a VPN What Is a VPN? Put simply, a Virtual Private Network, or VPN, is a group of computers (or discrete networks) networked together over a public network—namely, the internet. Businesses use VPNs to connect remote datacenters, and individuals can use VPNs to get access to network resources when they're not physically on the same LAN (local area network), or as a method for securing and encrypting their communications when they're using an untrusted public network. When you connect to a VPN, you usually launch a VPN client on your computer (or click a link on a special website), log in with your credentials, and your computer exchanges trusted keys with a far away server. Once both computers have verified each other as authentic, all of your internet communication is encrypted and secured from eavesdropping. The most important thing you need to know about a VPN: It secures your computer's internet connection to guarantee that all of the data you're sending and receiving is encrypted and secured from prying eyes. Whether the VPNs you're familiar with are the ones offered by your school or business to help you work or stay connected when you're traveling or the ones you pay to get you watch your favorite shows in another country as they air, they're all doing the same thing. For much more detail on what VPNs are, how they work, and how they're used, So check out this video below produced by our favourite guy @Tech Timeruuu and away you go UPDATE TO ADD TO POST ADDED 22nd AUGUST 2017 ONE OF THE BEST VPNs FOR KODI, GET IT NOW! VPNs are used every day by people concerned about security or trying to circumvent restrictions to Internet access. Journalists and activists in countries with restrictive Internet policies have used VPNs to keep in contact with the rest of the world and access content that would be otherwise forbidden. While most of us won’t have to worry about oppressive regimes, the average person can rest assured that their Web traffic won’t be intercepted with a VPN. You can also use a VPN service’s international servers to spoof your location and watch region-locked streaming content. But be advised: some media companies are getting wise. You can pay for IPVanish with any major credit card, as well as via PayPal, iDeal, GiroPay, Boleto, and, of course, Bitcoin. The last is a good option if you’re concerned about keeping your payments anonymous. Some other VPN services, such as TorGuard, allow you to use prepaid cards from other merchants for anonymous payments. What are you waiting for? go try them out, click the link below!UY NOW CLICK HERE TO CHECK OUT IPVanish Thank You And Have A Great Day. The Mixdoctor Team Member of koditalk.org