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.
This guide will take you through the installation of L2TP over IPsec VPN connections on your Linux workstation, be it Mint or Ubuntu.
This is a quick guide on how to get Cisco VPN client on Ubuntu 12.04, 12.10, 13.04 and future versions. All you need to install is the NetworkManager that includes support for Cisco IPSec VPN. Launch your command-line interface or terminal and copy and paste the underlying code; sudo apt-get install network-manager-vpnc It installs network-manager-vpnc, […]
Google has a launched a new service, well that no news, what makes news is that it’s a free DNS (Domain Name System) service called Google Public DNS. Why will Google offer a service you already have, given that your ISP (Internet Service Provider) automatically handles the switching between easy-to-remember domain names and unique Internet […]
In Windows its quite easy to setup a VPN (virtual private network) client like the open source UltraVPN client that is fully based on OpenVPN. In windows system it takes less than a minute to get UltraVPN up and running – time spent in downloading, installing and creating a UltraVPN account. In Ubuntu takes a […]