That is, if Triple J don't take an entirely different route
Sure. It's a bash script written for Debian but is easily adaptable.
Most of the time taken is transferring the keys.
I'll ferret out the script for you when I get home from work.
When I need to use a VPN, mostly either to get around geo-blocking or obfuscate my usage from my ISP, I use a cloud server on either Amazon or Rackspace with OpenVPN.
Since this isn't too often it means I only pay for the time the cloud server is up. When I'm not using it I delete the server. I've written a script to get the server set up in a couple minutes.
Of course, you can't trust the endpoint to be secure. The hosts and government (including the Australian government even if the cloud server is located in the US/UK) have easy access to the server, logs etc.
Oh. You are confused.
Tor != VPN
"Methods" != Citations
Happy to clear that up for you
Indeed. In fact, lack of regulation is why the US economy is the envy of the Western world while Australia is experiencing hard economic times and corporate collapse.
Combine this with our lack of universal healthcare and, well, the place is a mess. Dont even get me started on restricting our freedom to homestyle electrickery implementations
Wait a sec
Not that you really care about replies obviously since you just wanted to advertise one specific provider
Yeah, it reeks of that to me as well. Helps to decide on what VPN company to avoid though
I've read some of the oddest, whackiest things about how subtly related information has resulted in law enforcement successfully prosecuting people who think VPN and other obfuscating services will hide their activities on the net.
The swimmer, Emily Seebohm, was expected to win the gold medal in the 100-metres backstroke and wept uncontrollably in a post-race interview after she finished second.
"I've obviously got to log out of Twitter and sign out of Facebook sooner than what I did." she said. "I don't know, I just felt like I didn't really get off (social media) and get into my own mind,". Her coach echoed these sentiments saying "I wish sometimes I could throw their phones away". Is social media the new scapegoat for failure?"
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I wonder how the reviewer would go evaluating the Aberciser manufacturer's claims.
Would he get a little shirty when he didn't get washboard abs and tons 'o' chicks?
Or would he have a good look at what the thing actually was and begin his evaluation from there?
The reviewer didn't seem to have a clue what they were doing
I couldn't agree more. In fact, every "negative" review I've heard/read has come down to unrealistic expectations of what a device with these specs can do.
That said, it's easy to think of negative things to say about the Pi... like the lack of supply.
As I said earlier to someone
Maybe they are in cahoots with each other
Then we solve both our problems