China will ban people with poor ‘social credit’ from planes and trains
Yeah title basically, do you guys know any good trial with free trial so i can get just one message for verification?
So let me begin with the all-too-common preface of “I’m not a tinfoil hat wearer” but…
Tonight, I had a cellphone conversation with a buddy about ladders and OSHA compliance. We hung up and I logged on Facebook from the same phone; lo and behold, what pops up as an ad? A safety article from Grainger, telling you what you need to be in compliance with OSHA regulations.
Mind you, I rarely use my personal phone for work and have never had an ad pop up for work things before.
Their denials resonate hollow in my book.
New extension tells you about yourself from your Facebook interactions
Okay, I’m sure this has been discussed ad nauseam here, but I was thinking of Tor + VPN strategies. I know none of this is perfect, and of course there’s plenty of room for user-error. Plus, you’re trusting your VPN to not log traffic. But, assuming a perfect-world scenario, I had an idea–though I’m sort of newbish with networking and think there’s a chance I’m missing an important detail.
Here’s what we know:
So, what if you had a small virtual network on your host machine that looked something like this:
Host Machine > Virtual Internal Network (Whonix Gateway, Workstation, OpenVPN server) > pfsense VM (bridged mode) > Internet
You would then connect thusly:
Your host machine will VPN into your virtual OpenVPN server, encrypting traffic (doesn’t anonymize, but hides Tor use from ISP)
Whonix does what it does. You are now on the Tor network.
pfsense is then configured to use your VPN of choice. Traffic from the Whonix box passes through the virtual pfsense firewall before passing though your actual router. Now you are anonymized at the Tor exit node.
Is this accurate? Any holes? Am I missing anything here? I’m sure you can do this with an actual physical network, but I was wondering if you could make it more compact by using a hypervisor?
I recently got on the virtual tunnel bandwagon and decided to use one for occasional use (I may use it more). I heard that Private Browsing is rather useful since cache, and browsing data stored locally on the device is erased once the private browsing session is closed. The downside to private browsing is that it may give less tech-savvy people the false impression that “nobody will know what they are doing online”.
So, what are the benefits of using Private Browsing while using a virtual tunnel at the same time?
Note: I cannot use the three letter acronym since the AutoModerator will remove my thread if I use the three letter acronym for a virtual tunnel.
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