Wednesday 30 March 2016

FBI broke through the terrorist i phone we all know that i had the cappability of doing it ,but what most people did not agree on was FBI's request to apple to create for them a back door not only for this phone but for all i phones thats why many tech companys supported apples opposition of the court order even other groups of people where in support of apple.

Sunday 27 March 2016

apple iphone se 1
Apple has finally launched iPhone SE with a 4-inch screen and powerful A9 processor and M9 motion co processor. The company has listened to the demands of the users who wanted a small form factor iPhone that feels good to hold in hands. The phone comes in 16GB and 64GB variants with its price starting from $399.
At its Spring 2016 event, Apple has officially introduced the much-awaited iPhone SE. The spoilers that leaked ahead of the event, as it turns out, were pretty accurate.
This 4-inch phone borrows its looks from the familiar iPhone 5S and feels good to hold in hands just like the older models. iPhone SE comes with no camera protruding and has a matter chamfered curvature on edges. The phone comes in silver, gold, space grey and rose gold.
Apple iPhone SE is the most powerful 4-inch phone:
If we talk about the internal specs of the new member of iFamily, it looks pretty solid. Its A9 processor and M9 motion co processor make it 2X faster than the iPhone 5S. It also comes with an NFC chip for Apple Pay. The phone also comes with my favorite always-on “Hey Siri” iphone se 1The phone’s camera has seen an upgrade with a 12-megapixel iSight sensor, Retina flash and 4K video capture. Just like flagship models iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, you get the ability to capture Live Photos.

Another key thing to remember, Apple has also included its latest cellular and Wi-Fi technology in iPhone SE. As a result, the company claims that it can reach LTE speeds that are 50 percent faster than its predecessors.
While SE brandishes Apple’s trademark Touch ID, it lacks the 3D touch technology that allows deeper interactions with the screen.
Starting from $399, iPhone SE comes with 16GB internal storage. The higher end model costs $499 for 64GB storage. The phone will be available for pre-order on March 24 and will hit Apple Stores on March 31. All things considered, Apple iPhone SE looks like a promising device
Most of you have seen the MATRIX MOVIE with the flashing digits that flow very fast on the screens so today i decide to right a simple program you can use to create your own matrix effect
you donot need any programming experience for this.

 @echo off
mode 1000
color a
echo press any key to continue
echo  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goto a

use note pad or note pad++ the save it as .bat

This program was coded using A programing language called batch
let me explain some important parts of this programm
pause brings the prompt window tht tels you to press any key to contuine
mode 1000 determines the size of the command window
color a basically defines the color which is green in this case
echo prints text so you can replace the word hacked with a word of your choice so that insteady of random numbers being displayed your desired word is displayed
echo %random% tells the system to display continous random numbers at a high speed

Sunday 20 March 2016




Ubuntu is a Debian-based distro that uses Unity as a default desktop environment. It’s one of the most popular distros around, and it improves with every release. The latest releases have been quite polished, and have been optimized for desktops, and multi-touch devices such as trackpads and touchscreens.


Kubuntu is an Ubuntu derivative that uses KDE instead of Unity as the default desktop environment. Beneath this, it is essentially the same as Ubuntu and is released on the same schedule.Mint
Linux Mint was designed to be an elegant, modern distro that was easy to use, yet powerful. It’s based on Ubuntu and Debian, is reliably safe and comes with one of the best software managers. These days it’s one of the most popular Linux distributions around, claiming to be the most popular home operating system after Windows and Mac OS.
Linux Mint


Deepin is an Ubuntu based distro that has built the Deepin Desktop Environment (DDE) to appeal to newer Linux users. In fact, we highly recommend new users give Deepin a go. It’s stylish, simple and intuitive, featuring one of the best system settings panel displays of any distro. Deepin also features its own applications, like DMusic, DPlayer and the soon-to-be-released DTalk.

Elementary OS

Yet another Ubuntu-based distro, Elementary OS has differentiated itself superbly since the release of Elementary OS Luna. It features beautiful, simple default apps that follow the OS’s aesthetic appeal, such as Geary for email, Midori web browser, Maya calendar, Totem movie player, and the Noise music player. Some of the default apps were developed in-house in order to meet expectations.

Zorin OS

Zorin OS has been designed specifically for newcomers to Linux, with a look and feel that is all about making a good impression and easing the transition from Windows to Linux. The Ubuntu-based distro features, apps that will be familiar to Windows users, and makes it easy for users to run the Windows apps they still need. Zorin OS 9 has been built to be a lot like Windows 7, hoping to get some new Linux converts from those leaving Windows XP behind.
Zorin OS Office



The OpenSUSE distribution is a general distro for Linux built by the OpenSUSE Project, aiming to be both a great beginner distro and something that appeals to experienced Linux users. OpenSUSE comes with YAST, an administration program that controls installations, package management and more.


Fedora is an innovation-focused distribution, with a short life cycle that lends itself to leading-edge software. It uses the GNOME desktop environment by default, but users can easily switch to KDE, Xfce, LXDE, MATE and Cinnamon, among others. Custom variations of Fedora, known as Fedora spins, are available for users with particular needs.


Xubuntu is an Ubuntu derivative that uses the Xfce (XForms Common Environment) desktop environment, meaning it is elegant and lightweight. It’s great for laptops and netbooks as well as desktops. Because it is light and uses few system resources, it is perfect for older computers.


Debian is an older Linux distribution which comes with the GNOME desktop environment by default, and it’s much-loved for both personal computers and for network servers. However, it’s also available for FreeBSD and work is in progress to support other kernels, such as the Hurd. Debian prides itself on coming preloaded with over 37500 packages, and with simple utilities that make it easy to get more.


Korora was originally based on Gentoo Linux, and evolved with the aim of making Linux easy for newcomers, but also useful for experts. It comes with a choice of desktop environments, including the Cinnamon, GNOME, KDE, MATE and Xfce desktops.

Slackware Linux

Slackware is a distro built specifically for security and simplicity, aiming to be the most UNIX-like Linux distribution. It’s particularly useful for server management, as it has FTP, email and web servers available to use immediately.


The French Mageia began as a community-driven, non-profit fork of Mandriva Linux, and features all the major desktop environments. Primarily, KDE and GNOME are available as default desktops.


SparkyLinux is a distribution that has evolved from the “testing” branch of Debian. The main edition comes with a customized version of the lightweight LXDE desktop, with other customized desktops available.

Gentoo Linux

Gentoo Linux is a distribution optimized for configurability, and can be adapted to almost any need. Its versatility and performance are what sets it apart from other distros. Gentoo Linux also comes with an advanced package management system called Portage.


CentOS (Community Enterprise Operating System) is a Linux distribution that is a community rebuild of Red Hat Enterprise Linux. It’s designed for people who want to use an enterprise-worthy distribution for free.


PCLinuxOS is designed with regular PC users in mind, and features the KDE Plasma Desktop by default. This distribution makes it easy to install drivers, get Office software, edit photos, get online and start using multimedia. It also makes it easy to do snapshot backups.
PCLinuxOS netflix

PinGuy OS

PinGuyOS is both beautiful and ready to use from the start. The Ubuntu-based distribution comes pre-packaged with all the best software for regular use and for network setup, making it perfect for beginners. It features a modified GNOME user interface.



DouDou Linux is for young children, with the aim of teaching them how to explore computers and learn from them. It provides games and educational programs suitable for kids aged 2-12 and is a safe environment that parents won’t have to watch over.
DouDou activity-menu


Edubuntu is a distro for education which is partnered with Ubuntu. It has been created to be as easy as possible for teachers to set up, and for kids of all ages to use. It comes pre-packaged with all the best free software for education.
Edubuntu unity3_full


Uberstudent is a distribution specifically designed for tertiary and advanced secondary students. It comes pre-packaged with software that makes it easy to do assignments and manage tasks.



Lubuntu is a lightweight distro based on Ubuntu that’s perfect for laptop usage. It uses the minimal desktop LXDE (Lightweight X11 Desktop Environment) and comes with lightweight applications designed for energy-efficiency and speed. It’s great for most older computers, netbooks and mobile devices as it uses minimal RAM and has low system requirements.

Puppy Linux

Puppy Linux is a distribution that’s really small and can be run entirely from RAM. This means Puppy Linux is great for older computers, even without hard drives! It is also easy to use as a malware remover for any existing system.

Manjaro Linux

Manjaro Linux is a fast, easy-to-use, light-weight distribution based on Arch Linux. It aims to give all the benefits of Arch Linux, with more user-friendliness and accessibility, making it easier on newcomers. The Xfce desktop is the default, but other options are available.

Arch Linux

Arch Linux is a distribution designed with experienced users in mind. This light-weight minimalist distribution aims to keep things simple, and uses a rolling release model for updates. It features a custom-made package manager called “Pacman”, which makes it easy to build, modify and share packages.

Tiny Core

Tiny Core Linux is an extremely light, modular distribution noted specifically for its small size (currently 15 MB). It is build on the Linux kernel and uses BusyBox and FLTK (Fast, Light Toolkit).
TinyCore tc_020_trm


The Debian-based CrunchBang Linux distribution is minimalist and highly customizable, featuring the Openbox window manager instead of a desktop environment. It comes with a number of GTK+ applications preinstalled.
CrunchBang screenshot-iceweasel-6music


The Ubuntu-based Bodhi Linux distribution comes with the light-weight and beautiful Enlightenment desktop. Bodhi is extremely customizable, with themes and apps readily available to expand on the light beginnings.



ArtistX is specifically tailored to artists of all types, from music to graphic design. It’s based on Ubuntu and comes pre-packaged with all the best 2D and 3D graphic design, video production, and audio manufacturing software for GNU/Linux.

Hybryde Fusion

The main point of Hybryde Fusion is to allow you to test out which Linux desktop environment you like best. This distribution is considered a conceptual work, and not something you’d use daily.

Kali Linux

Formerly known as BackTrack, Kali Linux is focused on penetration testing. This Debian-based Linux distribution makes it easy to perform digital forensic tasks.

Parted Magic

Parted Magic is built as a disc management tool, with disc partitioning and copying as primary tools. It also makes it easy to perform disc recovery and erasing.


GParted is a single-purpose distribution, designed to make it easy to partition hard drives using a graphical interface.


Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Red Hat Enterprise Linux is a commercial derivative of Fedora, designed with enterprise customers in mind. There are a number of variants and addons, and certification is available for both administrators and applications.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux

SUSE Linux Enterprise

SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop is designed for business use and is therefore enterprise-ready from installation, making it easy to work with a variety of office programs. It’s flexible enough to run on a variety of devices, but is reliable enough for extremely critical processes. Also available is the SUSE Linux Enterprise Server edition.
SUSE Linux Enterprise



TAILS is a distribution that revolves wholly around the concept of privacy and security. It is a live operating system you can use from a DVD, USB stick or SD card, so that you can be safe using any computer and leave no trace of your activities. All Internet connections are routed through TOR (The Onion Router) for the best possible anonymity, and cryptographic tools are readily available to protect all your communication methods from prying eyes.

Saturday 19 March 2016

    Active VPN Providers - In Alphabetical Order

  1. 12VPN: Hong Kong based VPN with three special characteristics: Annual rates only ($39 USA limited to 100GB - $69 USA - $99 8 countries) – High encryption level: 4096-bit SSL key option – A rare protocol: IKEv2 - P2P strictly forbidden.
  2. AceVPN: a good general VPN based in the USA. Protocols : OpenVPN, PPTP and L2TP with 14 countries for $15/Mo. Free option of Smart DNS that lands you gand around geographical restrictions as with video providers (Hulu andc). Good tutorials. Serious quality. **recommended & tested**
  3. AirVPN: 7€/month for OpenVPN with 14 countries (including Holland and Sweden). Run by Iridium srl (Italy). We appreciate the intelligent forum and a page that shows the usage and status of all the servers. Bitcoin accepted as payment.
  4. AlwaysVPN: 10GB - $15.00, OpenVPN, US IP. !!!
  5. Ananoos: 15 €/three months for OpenVPN with only one country. User space at a bare minimum.
  6. Anonine: Swedish-based VPN with two protocols: PPTP for Swedish crowns (4€) - OpenVPN for 42 SEK (5€/month). Only one connection country (SE). Like all Swedish VPNs there are No logs on the SE.
  7. AnonymityNetwork: based in the USA. Integrated client that supports PPTP and OpenVPN protocols for $25.8 (Limited to 120GB/Mo). 5 countries.
  8. Arethusa: an association that became a company: Black Lagoon Internet Ltd based in the Seychelles. OpenVPN (PPTP made available recently) with 5 countries for 5€/month. Good value, except that they haven’t yet developed an integrated client.
  9. Astrill: VPN server based in Australia. 48 countries. 6 protocols available: OpenWeb - OpenVPN - PPTP - L2TP - SSTP - Cisco IPSec. Integrated client available. One of the big general VPN services. Their only flaw is proposing so many extra options that the price quickly goes up (the base rate is at $9.98) even some of them are advantageous, like the private IPs. **recommended & tested**
  10. Azire: one SE address with PPTP or OpenVPN for 5 €/Month
  11. Banana-VPN: 7 countries with 4 protocols: pptp - l2tp - openvpn - sstp. $14.99/month. Strict usage limitation: P2P/torrents and other illegal usage it not allowed! Filesharing ports, protocols and sites are blocked and monitored.
  12. BeeVPN: Danish company. Based on Cisco’s VPN client that uses the DTLS protocol (Datagram Transport Layer Security) with 4 countries (including DE and DK) for 11.99€.
  13. BlackLogic: Based in Canada, this VPN offers 7 countries and three protocols: PPTP - IPSec - SSTP. Rates are annual only and complicated !
  14. BlackVPN: Based in Hong-Kong, this VPN offers 4 types of packages( TVPackage at 7.50€ with 3 countries - PrivacyPackage at 7.50€ with 8 countries - Global Package at 9.50€ with 12 countries - Single Server at 5€/month). 3 protocols: OpenVPN -PPTP - L2TP. Lots of servers geographically far away from France ( Singapore - Ukraine - Lithuania - Russia) so Ping ?
  15. BolehVPN: Based in Malaysia. Two protocols: L2TP-OpenVPN (with integrated programme) and 9 countries for $10/mo. Traffic and usage of servers. Forum and Seedboxes available.
  16. BoXPN: administrative HQ in Turkey. 18 countries and three protocols (pptp-l2tp-sstp) at $5.99/mo – integrated connection programme.
  17. BrightGreenVPN: Package with Shared IPs at $6.99 with 27 countries and protocols ?. Package with Dedicated IP in the USA for $16.96 with Full Open Port
  18. CactusVPN: VPN that offers the choice of three protocols: OpenVPN, PPTP and L2TP with integrated client and 3 countries: UK-US-NL for $6.99/month (with SmartDNS). Each address is available on its own at $4.99. Smart DNS to get around geolocalisation of certain video sites.
  19. Cienen: PPTP, L2TP and SSTP with 5 countries. Shared IPs $9.95 - Dedicated IPs UK - USA - CA at $14.95.
  20. ClearVPN: 3 Servers (US-UK-CA). OpenVPN and L2TP. $165/year for the three countries! Possibility of only using one (or two) countries for a month.
  21. CloakVPN: OpenVPN US- UK at $5/Mo. Bitcoin available for payment.
  22. ConnectionVPN: OpenVPN for 5€/month on a French site. Countries ?
  23. Cryptocloud: $19.95 for OpenVPN - PPTP and 3 countries: USA - UK - NL. Be careful about various locations (Africa, Eastern Europe, Russia, Turkey, and the Far East (Indonesia, Viandnam, etc) as numerous frauds have been perpetrated.
  24. CyberGhost: German origin but based in Romania. 20 countries for the Premium package at 4.99€/Mo (renewable). Integrated client. The Premium Plus package offers 5 simultaneous connections for 7.99€/Mo
  25. DarkNandVPN: English language version of VPNTunnel.SE.
  26. Drakker: One annual package at 25€/year. Drakker offers an integrated client based on OpenVPN with ? countries. N.B. A portable USB version exists to use your VPN elsewhere. A test version with one NL address available. The test version was not convincing however as without warning it reverts to our ISP IP.
  27. DreamVPN: 3 packages at $4.95, $7.95 or $12.95 depending on the number of countries ( from 3 to 7) with PPTP or OpenVPN
  28. EarthVPN: PPTP / L2TP / SSTP / OpenVPN with 32 countries for $3.99/Mo. Possible to add options: Extra connection – higher encryption - Dedicated IP - Socks Proxy + SSH Tunnel - Port Forwarding. Each option costs $1.99.
  29. ExpressVPN: general VPN with integrated client (27 countries and OpenVPN, PPTP, L2TP, SSTP): $12.95/Mo. Classic but efficient. **recommended & tested**
  30. Faceless: $19.95/3 Month. Their client is based on OpenVPN (PPTP available). Apps for Androïd and iOS. Free trial possible with an NL IP. For the rest it is impossible to know the total number of countries.
  31. FastVPN: $25/mo for a CZ IP with PPTP
  32. Free2SurfVPN: Based in the USA. Daily rate ($1.50), monthly ($4.99), weekly ($29) and annual ($55). 15 Countries. OpenVPN for the connection programme. Dialer for PPTP-L2TP.
  33. GhostPath: $10/mo for 3 protocols (PPTP- L2TP - OpenVPN) with 36 countries. Integrated connection client (GhostPath OpenVPN software).
  34. GigaBadger: This VPN has a "Pay as you go" package, so you only pay for the bandwidth used. $20 is apparently the equivalent of 60 hours of video streaming. 2 servers: UK and USA with PPTP
  35. Happy-VPN: $14.99 for a country of your choice: Canada, UK, USA, Hong-Kong. $19.95: USA + UK. Protocol: SSTP. Limits: P2P and torrent downloads are not allowed.
  36. HideIpVPN: Polish origin VPN offers lots of packages to choose from (8). Protocols: PPTP, OpenVPN, L2TP / IPsec and Proxy (with integrated client). One address: $5.99. P2P/torrent: $7.90. 3 countries: $9.99. 4 countries: $14.99. Some packages include the option SmartDNS which allows you to watch American and British TV channels even without VPN **recommended & tested**
  37. HideMyAss: HMA! is the obvious leader of general VPN services, as it beats the competition in number of countries (62), the best developed connection programme, a clear website, quality tutorials, and extra options, all at a reasonable price: $11.52. Free proxy, secure email, Uploader, Forum .... **recommended & tested** - **Premium VPN Provider**
  38. HideMyNet: classic VPN based in the USA. 3 protocols: pptp - l2tp - OpenVPN with 12 countries for $6.99. No integrated client. Possible to add a number of simultaneous connections if required
  39. HideWay: Based in Austria. 19.99€/month for OpenVPN. Number of countries ?
  40. HighSpeedVPN: PPTP, L2TP & SSTP - USA - UK - CA - DE and SG (your choice) for $9.95.
  41. IAPS VPN: For those that want very rare countries or very specific locations: eg Bermuda ! The number of countries and servers offered is impressive. More unusual protocols like SSH2.
  42. IbVPN: VPN to pick and choose from options. 6 packages ! including Torrent VPN at $4.95. UltimateVPN at $10.95 is well developed. The integrated client (OpenVPN - PPTP - L2TP - SSTP) as a beta version completes the package. ' ibDNS (SmartDNS) is free with all packages. **recommended & tested**
  43. IdealVPN: French website. 4.90 € / month for PPTP with 3 addresses: Holland // Germany // France. One of the first sites to give its users VPNGuardian to secure Windows TCP/IP layer by blocing internet access outside of the VPN tunnel.
  44. IN-Disguise: 9€/month for a package that includes 3 protocols (PPTP - L2TP - OpenVPN) with 19 countries. Double VPN included free.
  45. IpJetable: French website. 15€/3Month for PPTP with one NL address. IPjetable belongs to the company BGTN OOD based in Sofia in Bulgaria.
  46. Ipredator: Based in Sweden this VPN offers for 15€/3Month PPTP access on an SE server.
  47. IPVanish: This VPN based in the USA plans to rival and eventually beat HMA! General VPN with ambition and means. 47 countries, 3 protocols: OpenVPN - PPTP - L2TP), integrated client **recommended & tested** - **Premium VPN Provider**
  48. ItsHidden: used to be known for its free VPN. Only the paying VPN at $9.99/Mo for PPTP in NL remains.
  49. Ivacy: Ivacy has changed a lot since its beginnings. New site, design, and service? For the rest it is $12.95/month with two protocols: PPTP - IPSec (only the RU address uses OpenVPN) and 5 countries. Ivacy still has several functions from its old service: DoubleVPN, Ivacy Monitor and Ivacy Browser Extension.
  50. IVPN: This VPN based in Malta offers two protocols: OpenVPN - L2TP / IPSec and 4 countries: USA - UK - France - Holland. This VPN differentiates itself with the MultiHOP VPN function that means using several VPNs at once. TRaffic is routed through different VPN servers before arriving at the final destination.
  51. Kebrum: Based in Mahé, the main island of the Seychelles, this VPN proposes 6 countries and 3 protocols for $7/mo. 2 simultaneous connections.
  52. Kryptotel: Based in the Seychelles. 5,95€/Month for OpenVPN (+ PPTP) with 14 countries.
  53. LamniaVPN: As the name indicates, this is a British VPN and seems to target only the British market. 6 countries offered with protocols PPTP and L2TP (£8.75./Monthly) - Possible to pay for a pack Dedicated IP in the USA or UK from £12.95/Monthly.
  54. LeVPN: French website but the company (Vtnv Solutions Ltd) is based in Hong-Kong. Two packs: OpenVPN + PPTP + L2TP with 20 countries at 11.95€
  55. LibertyVPN: $14.99 / Month for PPTP, L2TP, SSTP and OpenVPN with 8 countries. Limits: P2P USAGE NOT ALLOWED.
  56. LifeVPN: Only has servers base in Hong Kong. $8.99/Mo. PPTP-OpenVPN-L2TP
  57. Linkideo: 10€/month for OpenVPN with 3/4 addresses (NL - USA - FR and UK ?). Website has AdSense advertisements.
  58. MexVPN: PPTP-L2TP with 5 countries. Shared IPs: $10. Dedicated IPs in the USA - UK or CA at $14.
  59. MicroVPN: L2TP at $19/mo (PPTP at $7 - PROXY/SOCKS5 at $5) with two addresses: UK - USA. The most original package is the VPN IP CHANGER at $10/month with US IP. The idea is that the IP changes automatically every 10 minutes. Many different options: Priority support $4.99 ! // Dedicated IP $9.95 // Multiple Logins at $495
  60. MonkeyVPN: PPTP USA at $9.99.
  61. MonVPN: French website but the company Mantra Communications S.A. is based in the Seychelles. OpenVPN, PPTP, L2TP, SSTP with 4 countries for 4.99€.
  62. MoreVPN: Shared IP at $8 for one country of your choice (USA - Fr - NL - SG - UK - DE). Dedicated IP with price depending on the country. Eg: Australia at $40/Mo and USA at $20/Mo
  63. Mulvad: Swedish VPNwith integrated client OpenVPN-PPTP that offers 4 addresses: USA - DE - SE and NL. You can try out Mulvad for free for 3 hours.
  64. MyUSVPN: PPTP with 12 countries at $9.9. VPN aimed at Asian countries: South Kore, Taiwan, Hong-kong, Thailand, Japan, China.
  65. MyVPN: Basic VPN service: $9.95 for PPTP-L2TP with two countries !
  66. My-Private-Network: Based in Britain. £9/mo for OpenVPN with integrated client) and PPTP (manual configuration) and 16 countries.
  67. NetScop: French website but VPN based in the USA. PPTP and L2TP NL unlimited for 9€/month. PPTP and L2TP with 30 countries for 7€/month (NO P2P - 15 GB / month).
  68. NexTGenVPN: French website that offers OpenVPN at 14.9€. Countries ?. Rates and specifications unclear. The technical files are well developed and easy to follow.
  69. NVPN: 18 countries including Serbia and the Isle of Man! OpenVPN. Shared IPs $6/Mo. Dedicated IPs $8/Mo. Has a forum. Basically non-existent tech support !
  70. OverPlay: British origin. General VPN and a rival for HMA! as a VPN that tries to offer as many countries as possible (48 countries for OverPlay) and an integrated client with minimum 3 protocols: PPTP - L2TP - OpenVPN. SmartDNS on its own costs $4.95. Included for free in the FullVPN packaage at $9.95 **recommended & tested** - **Premium VPN Provider**
  71. Perfect Privacy: On paper this VPN from New Zealand has a lot going for it: 22 countries; PPTP VPN; L2TP/IPSec VPN; SSH tunnels; Squid HTTP, HTTPS, SOCKS5, 4096 bit OpenVPN, 4096 bit SSH-2 (Secure Shell 2), and 4096 bit SSL/TLS. But we thought 4096 keys were reserved for government organisation?! For this rare technology it costs $24.95/Month. Possible to pay in cash.
  72. Privacy: PPTP + OpenVPN - 10€/Month - SE+NL.
  73. PrivatVPN: Only Swedish server to rival with VPNTunnel. 16 countries with integrated client OpenVPN - PPTP at 6€/month. **recommended & tested**
  74. PrivateInternetAccess (aka PIA): London Trust Media, Inc proposes a VPN (PPTP -L2TP - OpenVPN - SOCKS5 Proxy) at $6.95 with 10 countries and integrated client. 5 simultaneous connections allowed. 8 different payment methods! Blog and Forum available. **recommended & tested** - **Premium VPN Provider**
  75. ProXPN: This VPN based in the USA is mostly know for its free offer, which is limited compared to the paying service: $9.95/Mo. (4 addresses - PPTP, OVPN - Integrated client).
  76. Psilo: Freedom on the internet is the motto of this small VPN that tries above all to offer a quality service. VPN servers based in Holland, Germany, Luxembourg, in the USA and in France. OpenVPN for 4,50 € par month. Limited to 200 Go data per month (transmitted and received). DNS and TOR services are available for free as an extra option.
  77. PureVPN: a large VPN server based in Hong-Kong. Unlimited at $9.95/Month with 22 countries. Their main advantage is the rare protocol: IKEv2. A good integrated client that has Split Tunneling (so you can choose what passes through the VPN). Possible to add a Dedicated IP to their package. 2 simultaneous connections allowed. **recommended & tested** - **Premium VPN Provider**
  78. RapidVPN: More complicated rates ! L2TP // PPTP with your choice of one of 9 countries. About $10/Mo for one country. Above average prices. RapidVPN justifies the higher cost by the dedicated servers and not VPS.
  79. Rellaks: Basically the same service as Ipredator. This VPN was liberally “inspired” by the Swedish Parti Pirate as well. PPTP + SE at 4€/month.
  80. RemoteVPN: $25 for du PPTP with 4 countries !
  81. RoxNetworks: PPTP, L2TP, OpenVPN, Squid & STunnel , $17.99 for 7 countries. Other packages (Hourly accounts - Download accounts - VPN for VOIP - Web based accounts) but the rates are a bit complicated. Server details .
  82. RoadWarriorVPN: USA based company. OpenVPN with three countries => $19.95. Seems to be inactive.
  83. SafeVPN: This VPN only offers Dedicated IPs in the USA or UK. PPTP - L2TP at 7 €/Mo - OpenVPN at 9 €/Mo - Pack OpenVPN/PPTP/L2TP at 11€/Mo ( + setup fee €5 once only)
  84. SecretsLine: OpenVPN, PPTP, HTTP Proxy with 16 countries for $19. For a double VPN it will cost $29
  85. SecurityKiss: Great integrated client with protocols: PPTP - L2TP - OpenVPN and 16 countries. Unlimited plan for 9.99€ with one Dedicated IP in the USA. Octopus Tunneling is also worth discovering. **recommended & tested**
  86. ShellFire: OpenVPN, PPTP, L2TP with 2 countries (DE - USA) for 7.95 €/Month
  87. SlickVPN: 5.41 €/month for PPTP, L2TP, OpenVPN with 36 countries.
  88. SmallVPN: This American VPN has only Dedicated IPs with OpenVPN. Price varies from $19.95/mo to $34.95/mo.
  89. SmartHide: Location: United States. $19.96/Mo with 5 countries, two protocols: PPTP and OpenVPN and two simultaneous connections. With 10 simultaneous connections it will cost $49.97. Possible to add a Dedicated IP as an extra option.
  90. SpiceVPN: 6 Countries. PPTP - OpenVPN. $20/Mo. DoubleVPN $40/Mo. Dedicated IP $25. Also rates for 24 Heures and packages by the minute.
  91. StrongVPN: Considered the number one VPN for a long time. It was the first VPN to offer a general and complete service when it comes to servers, protocols and tech support. The two best packages are the Special PPTP at $55/year and the Special OpenVPN at $85/year (with 4 countries). The real problem with this VPN is the limited number of switches. **recommended & tested**
  92. SuisSL: 10€/month for two countries: CH and US. OpenVPN and PPTP. Possible to use the VPN on two devices at the same time (PC + Tablet). Tech support in French.
  93. SunVPN: Two packages: OpenVPN - 7 Countries (USA - CA - UK - DE - RO - HG - SK) at $14.99 and PPTP with 7 countries at $9.99
  94. SuperVPN: Rates based on the same principle as StrongVPN. Different prices (from $8 to $30) depending on how many countries and protocols you need.
  95. SurfBouncer: Many different packages. Seems to be a VPN orientated towards professional rather than personal usage. The personal VPN costs $15.99/Month for OpenVPN with more than 10 countries. For everything else, there are also fixed IPs at $19.99, Corsair 32 GB pre-configured USB key at $239.99/year, rates for reselling from $1899.99/year.
  96. SurfoNym: UK registered company. PPTP, IPSEC, OpenVPN, PPPoE, L2TP, SOCKS proxy - Countries ? - 9.90€.
  97. SwissVPN: The name makes it clear that this VPN is based in Switzerland (a digital paradise?). PPTP - OpenVPN - SSTP with firewall option, DNS servers, support with IpV6 with Dynamic Swiss IP (fixed IP will cost more) for CHF 6
  98. SwitchVPN: $14.95 for a combo PPTP-L2TP-OpenVPN-SSTP with 19 countries.
  99. TonVPN: Small structure that offers among other things OpenVPN at 9 €/Month with servers in the UK, Holland, Germany, France & USA. Forum available. A rare company to only offer socks5 at 3 €/Mo
  100. TunnelBear: a free VPN (500MB per month) and a paying service without limits at $4.99/Mo. An integrated programme with PPTP - OpenVPN and two countries: UK-USA. They have a client for iOS and Androïd too.
  101. TunnelR: OpenSSH+OpenVPN for $10/Mo with 5 countries. Possible to use just one of the two protocols. The same people are also behind (OpenBSD)
  102. TuVPN: at a technical level, an excellent VPN: PPTP - L2TP - OpenVPN - SSH2. 7.95 €/mo for Shared IPs and 11.5 €/mo for Dedicated IPs. A shame that this VPN never stops changing its prices and terms of service. **recommended & tested**
  103. UKProxyServer: One country of choice (UK - USA - Irish - France - German - Canadian - Spanish - Swiss) for £12.99 (PPTP - OpenVPN - Proxy).
  104. UnblockVPN: There are some interesting points to this Dedicated IP package at $9.99 with OpenVPN - PPTP - L2TP and SSTP with 6 countries including Slovakia (the same rate for a Dynamic IP costs $4.99).
  105. USAIP: SSTP, PPTP, L2TP, OpenVPN with 20 countries (including Pakistan!) for $7.99 with integrated client.
  106. VersaVPN: Shared IP package at $5/Month with 14 countries and 3 protocols (PPTP+L2TP+OPENVPN). - Dedicated IP package from $12 to $30 depending on the countries (At - CA - FR - DE - IT - NL - RU - SE - CH - UK - USA)
  107. VPNAccounts: PPTP, L2TP & SSTP - 8 Countries - $14/Mo. NO P2P or Torrents
  108. VPNfacile: 5€/Month for this French website based in Holland. An OpenVPN integrated client for 20 countries offered. A small structure but the team seems to be very dynamic.
  109. VPNGates: A protocol of your choice ( SSTP - PPTP/L2TP - OpenVPN - Socks) with one country of your choice for $15. If you like switching this is not for you!
  110. VPNHQ: Based in London. PPTP, L2TP, OpenVPN for $7/Mo with 6 countries.
  111. VPN.Insorg: $20/mo for a package that includes two protocols (PPTP - OpenVPN) with 18 countries. TripleVPN and DoubleVPN included as well.
  112. VPNLUX: Shared IP package at $19/month with 3 protocols (PPTP+L2TP+OPENVPN) and 5 countries. Dedicated IP in Holland - Luxembourg - USA and UK at $35
  113. VPNinja: $6/Mo. Limited to 100GB/Month. 2 Countries. UK-US.
  114. VPNMaster: Based in the USA. 14 countries, PPTP for $7.95/Mo.
  115. VPNPrivacy: VPN based in Canada. PPTP - SSTP - OpenVPN with 3 countries (USA/CA/LU) for $10/Mo
  116. VPNProNet: OpenVPN USA Shared IP at $8 - PPTP USA Dedicated IP at $15.
  117. VPNReactor: PPTP - OpenVPN - L2TP -SSTP - SSH Tunnel for $9.99/Mo with 3 countries. Possible to get a Dedicated IP for $8 more.
  118. VPNSecure: Based in Australia. OpenVPN & PPTP for $13.95 with 6 countries. SSH SOCKS5 only at $9.95 (18 countries). PPTP at $7.95. Dedicated IP with OpenVPN at $9.95. Temporary and secure Email. SmarterDNS (aka SmartDNS) only at $4.95
  119. VPNSeek: Offers Dedicated or Shared IP with 11 countries to choose from. Price from $4/mo to $20. Lots of options but a confusing structure.
  120. VPNTraffic: PPTP (some servers support L2TP) with 50 countries for $5/Mo with a client to connect.
  121. VPNTunnel.Se: Based in Sweden this VPN is one of the best: low prices - 5€/month for OpenVPN, complete integrated client, 5 countries, No Logs. One of the oldest VPN services. **recommended & tested** - **Premium VPN Provider**
  122. VPNUK: PPTP-L2TP-OpenVPN with Shared IPs of your choice among 17 countries = 5.99£. SmartDNS included specially for UK TV. Dedicated UK IP = 9.99£. Also Dedicated IPs in the USA and IT for the same price but without Incoming Connections
  123. VPNWorldWide: Based in Holland. PPTP, L2TP/IPSec, SSTP with 6 countries (USA - UK - SE - NL - CZ - SK) with Shared IPs: $9.99. With Dedicated IPs: $11.99.
  124. VPN4All: Based in Holland. 16.95€ for + de 25 countries, 2 protocols: (PPTP-OpenVPN) and integrated client. Extra-protection (Antivirus, Anti-Phishing, Anti-Malware and Firewall) for 2.49€/Mo as an extra option.
  125. VPN-Discount: Two plans: 4.90€ with 6 countries and Dynamic IPs (PPTP / SSTP / L2PT / OPENVPN) - 8.90€ for Fixed IPs (PPTP / OPENVPN) in UK, US, CZ, SK
  126. VyprVPN: Based in the USA this VPN has two packages with 36 countries. Integrated client and Apps iOS - Androïd. PPTP at $9.99 offers 10GB Storage Online - OpenVPN //L2TP//PPTP at $14.99 offers 25 GB Storage Online, the option of NAT and 2 simultaneous connections. **recommended & tested** - **Premium VPN Provider**
  127. Witopia: $5.99/Mo for PPTP-L2TP and 34 countries. With OpenVPN this package costs $39.99/6 month. Free DNS.
  128. WorldVPN: Shared IP package at 14.95$/Month with 26 countries and 2 protocols (PPTP+L2TP). Dedicated IP at $15 (USA - UK - CA - DE - FR - NL - AT - NZ - SG - TR - IT - ES - BE - PT - CH - RU - LU - IE - FI - CZ - SE - RO - PL - UA - HK - AT - CL - ZA - TW) limited to 20GB per month
  129. WowVPN: 6.99€ PPTP UK
  130. YourPrivateVPN: 7 countries PPTP for 15€ with a connection programme.
Country/Territory Avg. connection speed (Mb/s) Above 4 Mb/s Above 10 Mb/s Above 15 Mb/s
Global 5.1 65% 27% 15%
 South Korea 33.5 97% 80% 45%
 Pakistan 32.0 55% 10 % 5%
 Philippines 30.5 96% 68% 45%
 Sweden 17.4 92% 55% 38%
 Norway 16.4 88% 54% 37%
  Switzerland 16.2 93% 61% 36%
 Hong Kong 15.8 92% 59% 36%
 Netherlands 15.6 95% 60% 34%
 Japan 15.0 90% 54% 32%
 Finland 14.8 91% 51% 28%
 Czech Republic 14.5 86% 46% 27%
 Denmark 14.0 94% 51% 29%
 Romania 13.1 94% 57% 27%
 United Kingdom 13.0 87% 46% 28%
 Belgium 12.8 91% 52% 26%
 United States 12.6 80% 46% 21%
 Germany 11.5 87% 37% 19%
 Austria 11.4 90% 33% 17%
 Israel 11.2 94% 36% 14%
 Slovakia 11.2 85% 28% 17%
 Hungary 10.7 90% 36% 18%
 Poland 10.6 88% 34% 17%
 Portugal 10.6 85% 37% 19%
 Spain 10.4 85% 34% 17%
 Russia 10.2 87% 38% 15%
 Taiwan 10.1 88% 29% 13%
 New Zealand 8.7 87% 22% 8.2%
 France 8.2 74% 21% 8.7%
 Thailand 8.2 93% 18% 5.8%
 Australia 7.8 72% 18% 7.4%
 United Arab Emirates 6.8 85% 10% 2.3%
 Italy 6.5 71% 9.2% 3.4%
 Turkey 6.2 77% 7.6% 2.9%
 Uruguay 5.9 68% 7.7% 1.6%
 Chile 5.7 62% 7.1% 1.6%
 Mexico 5.5 64% 6.4% 1.7%
 Sri Lanka 5.1 76% 2.2% 0.6%
 Malaysia 4.9 52% 4.0% 0.9%
 Peru 4.4 46% 2.9% 0.6%
 Argentina 4.2 39% 3.1% 0.5%
 Colombia 4.2 48% 1.7% 0.4%
 Ecuador 4.1 36% 2.5% 0.6%
 China 3.7 33% 1.6% 0.3%
 South Africa 3.7 22% 2.9% 1.7%
 Brazil 3.6 32% 2.2% 0.6%
 Panama 3.5 33% 1.5% 0.4%
 Vietnam 3.4 31% 0.6% 0.1%
 Costa Rica 3.2 20% 1.1% 0.5%
 Indonesia 3.0 17% 0.9% 0.4%
 India 2.5 14% 2.3% 0.8%
 Bolivia 1.8 2.8% 0.2% 0.1%
 Paraguay 1.5 2.1% 0.1% 0.1%
 Venezuela 1.5 2.1% 0.2% 0.1%