Free Access To Anonymous VPNs Via VPN Gate

VPN Gate is an academic experiment project carried out by the Graduate School of University of Tsukuba, Japan with the aim to circumvent government firewalls. With the motto “We No Need Berlin Wall on the Internet” Nobori, the creator of VPN Gate wants to help individuals in countries that restrict the use of Internet by perceptually blocking websites (Pirate Bay, KAT, YouTube, Twitter or Facebook, etc), with a system that is not only simple to use, but is also completely free.
VNP Gate

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Firefox 20 Portable with Per-Window Private Browsing for Your Thumb Drive

Windows: Firefox 20 with “Per-window Private Browsing” also known as the “incognito browsing mode” has been released for all platforms; Linux, Mac and Windows. The guys at have promptly released the portable version of Firefox 20. If you’re not used to the Portable Edition of Firefox then know that it’s a no-install carbon-copy of the official release that writes nothing to your registry. Excellent for testing new versions and for your pen-drive. So other than being able to browse in stealth mode with Firefox Portable Edition, you also leave behind no-traces on your host computer.
Firefox 20.0 Portable Edition is a free download for Windows only.

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Deluge BitTorrent client gets uTP support

For Ubuntu, Windows and Mac. Deluge is simple BitTorrent client that covers all the basics a BitTorrent client should have. But that’s also it downside, just too simple, no bells or whistles. The most current version of Deluge, v1.3.6 seems to support µTP (uTorrrent Transport Protocol), provided by libtorrent. This used to be a major drawback for many users. uTP is a transport protocol which uses one-way delay measurements for its congestion controller to avoid network breakdowns. More»

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How to Install LibreOffice 4 in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, 12.10

The Document Foundation is announcing the release of LibreOffice version 4.0. Libreoffice is a forked version of OpenOffice with a very active developer community contributing to it.

During the last seven months, since the branch of LibreOffice 3.6 and during the entire development cycle of LibreOffice 4.0, developers have made over 10,000 commits. On average, one commit every 30 minutes, including weekends and the holiday season: a further testimonial of the incredible vitality of the project.


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Speed up your Downloads with JDownloader

For Windows/Mac/Ubuntu: JDownloader is a java-based download management tool that completely automates the downloading process in popular file sharing sites like Rapidshare and Megaupload. It offers downloading in multiple parallel streams, it can circumvent captcha, auto-reconnect and let you “pause” downloads where its not permitted. More»

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