Wednesday, January 21, 2015

A New Britain VPN Server Added


We added Britain 03 server into our VPN network. It's located in Basildon, with static IP. The Britain VPN server supports PPTP, L2TP and OpenVPN protocol. 
It’s only available in the Shared IP package. So users subscribed the shared IP VPN package can use it now! Also, the Britain 03 server is available on PC, iPhone, iPad, Mac or other devices. It's a good tool to bypass restriction, surf anonymously and unblock webs based in Britain. For free trial users, you can connect to the Britain 02 server to change to a UK IP. 
Details for Britain 03 VPN server:
VPN Plan: Shared IP
Free Trial: Unavailable
VPN Protocol: PPTP, L2TP, OpenVPN
Price: $10 Monthly, $25 Quarterly, $45 Semi-Annually, $80 Annually
Payment methods: PayPal, Payza, OKPay, MyCard and Western Union
Money Back Guarantee: 30 days
IP: 1 Britain IP (Static)
Platforms: Windows, iOS, OS X, Android

A New Japan VPN Server Added

We added Japan 11 server into our VPN network. It’s available in the Shared IP package. This Japan server located in Tokyo, supporting PPTP, L2TP IPSec and OpenVPN protocol. It’s a good tool to change IP, surf anonymously and unblock webs based in Japan.


As it’s not at the list of free trial servers, only users subscribed the shared IP package can get this static Japan IP address. Premium members can set it on PC, iPhone, iPad, Mac or other devices. Also you can test other Japan VPN servers in our free trial VPN account, if you don’t have a premium account. Get free VPN username and password from .
Details for Japan 11 VPN server:
VPN Plan: Shared IP
IP: 1 Japan IP (Static)
Price: $10 Monthly, $25 Quarterly, $45 Semi-Annually, $80 Annually
Free Trial: Unavailable
VPN Protocol: PPTP, L2TP, OpenVPN
Platforms: Windows, iOS, OS X, Android
Payment methods: PayPal, Payza, OKPay, MyCard and Western Union
Money Back Guarantee: 30 days

Friday, January 16, 2015

David Cameron Wants to Ban Some Online Messaging Apps

British Prime Minister David Cameron proposed that he would pursue banning encrypted messaging services if Britain’s intelligence services were not given access to the communications recently.
Popular chat and social apps that encrypt data may be blocked, such as WhatsApp and Snapchat. Internet companies like Google and Facebook are required by European politicians to provide greater information about people’s online activities after several recent terrorist threats, including the attacks in Paris. Apple’s iMessage and FaceTime also encrypt their data, and could fall under the ban along with other encrypted chat apps like Telegram. Any restriction on these online services, however, would not take effect until 2016, at the earliest.

It seems useless to avoid cyber criminals to steal your data although taking such measures. Even if he does go ahead with this proposal, there are many ways to circumvent these restrictions. Users can use VPN service or Proxies to get around these restrictions.
VPN service is always popular when it talks to the online security and privacy. The anonymous VPN connection allows users to use the Internet anonymously and prevent online data. Millions of people have subscribed the VPN connection to make their IP-addresses invisible. What’s more, there are lots of free VPN, like FlyVPN. It provides hundreds of static or dynamic IPs.

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

How to Fix Authentic Failed on iPhone, iPad and Mac?

Some users would meet the authentic failed problem when configure VPN on iPad, iPhone, Mac and some other iOS devices. This article is about how to fix this frequently appeared problem when using FlyVPN on iPhone or iPad: authentication failed.


1. Try to change VPN protocols, from PPTP to L2TP. There are two VPN protocols for iOS, PPTP and L2TP. OpenVPN appears only in the FlyVPN Client.
2. Try to change into another VPN server. The current server maybe not as stable as we thought. When authentication failed appeared, try to switch into another server.
3. Remove the current profile, start a new VPN connection. 
4. Check if the IP addresses of the server are correct, appearing when users choose setup FlyVPN on iPhone, iPad, Mac manually.
5. As the severs listed in the two free trial accounts are different, free trial account users also need to check if the server is compatible with free trial account. 
6. Free trial account: check if the online users of trial accounts are reached the limit, from the VPN trial page. If it’s full load, try this later.   
7. Premium account: To see if your account reaches the limitation of online devices. That’s if user had login your account on other devices, it would be more likely that his account remains online on those devices, thus approaching the max number of devices.
Open this to look at the operation: If it reaches the limitation of online devices, please disconnect, then try again.
8. If all these methods can’t solve the problem, please if there is any programs that against FlyVPN, such as VPNs of other companies.
Hope this can help to fix your authentic failed problem.

Thursday, January 8, 2015

EU Digital Tax Increase in 2015

At the beginning of 2015, EU, the European Union, is considering introducing a new reform of increasing taxes on many purchases of digital content.


The following areas are contained in the new Digital Tax if the reform passes:
Property prices and rental rates will take a hit as regions with lower Digital Tax will experience an increase in demand.
Premium VoIP services like Microsoft’s Skype will increase their tariffs
E-books may become more expensive in the EU
Video Game publishers in the EU might have to raise prices
Cloud Storage and Movie streaming services with network architecture in the EU will raise tariffs for customers in the region
The introduction of the Digital Tax is expected to send them scrambling to decide if the additional cost should be absorbed, passed on, or shared with the consumer. The ways in which the general public will be affected is more than plenty.
The law is expected to finalize, and the digital tax would be pass on to consumers by internet service publishers and providers without doubt. Under the new rules, the tax rate on digital services will be determined by where consumers live, and not where the company selling the product has its European headquarters.
Microsoft, Apple, Amazon and Rovio are among the many giants that chose Luxembourg to base their European Head Quarters in light of the low taxes in the region. At the same time, Google, PayPal, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Zynga also have operations in Dublin.
But how to confirm the information of where consumers live that goes through the internet? As a lot of people surf the internet anonymously by using proxy, such as vpn service. After connecting to VPN servers, their IP is changed, making them look like from some EU country, but they actually reside other regions, for example China. If the consumer buys with PayPal registered in German, but the server information shows his location is America. Seems many factors need to consider...


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