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Can this be in NOT ALLOWED LIST??

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Can this be in NOT ALLOWED LIST??
July 04, 2012 11:09AM
hey,

can this be added on peerblock NOT ALLOWED see attach

best regards,


MONTANA247



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07/04/2012 11:47AM by montana247.
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open | download - IPs of all cyberghostVPN.txt (2.1 KB)
Anonymous User
Re: Can this be in NOT ALLOWED LIST??
January 05, 2014 11:45AM
Well, CYBERGHOST is like hotspot shield, is known as a HONEYPOT.
NEVER NEVER NEVER USE VPNS THAT COME WITH SOFTWARE!!!
It installs several backdoors on your machine, messes with internal working of internet explorer and a lot of other internal things in the registry.
It in fact MARK your machine and they DO sell your data, plus there are a LOT of spying and content filter, they MONITOR what you do when you browse Without it!

So, i am GLAD it blocks it. When you need a vpn, there are A LOT of free ones for you to choose, but always chose:
1) vpns that can be configured through windows WITHOUT ANY ADICIONAL SOFTWARE
2) VPNs that can be used with OPEN VPN, open source one.

There are DOZENS of those. THEY WON´T MARK YOUR MACHINE, JUST YOUR DYNAMIC IP!!!

SOFTWARE VPNS are used ONLY by people that DID NOT DISCOVER THE FREE VPN WORLD YET AND DID NOT TEST ANY OF THE ONES I MENTIONED.

google some ones...

[freevpnlist.com]

[www.freevpnaccess.com]

[www.freesstpvpn.com]

This 3 links show some vpns you can install without ANY SOFTWARE. For more sophisticated encryption, search for open vpn free vpns THAT HAVE higher encryption.
Anonymous User
Re: Can this be in NOT ALLOWED LIST??
January 07, 2014 01:24PM
@virtualizado

Hey there! Before saying something about a company or a service, at least read about it or use it, it's only fair this way.

1st of all: we are not a honeypot. If you would really have used our service, you would know that CyberGhost VPN has been a fighter for internet freedom since the beginning of this geek-company in 2004, not keeping logs of our users and continuously improving the VPN service. And right now it's probably the best free VPN on the market with the highest level of encryption of 256-bit. So it's absurd to even say that we are having backdoors implemented on our service or monitor our user since we don't keep logs, that would be useless. Yes, this may apply to other VPN companies, that do sell out their data and users - it could be interesting to do a little research to know who they are.
Here are a few links to read more about our no-logs policy and the complete privacy we offer to our users.

- [support.cyberghostvpn.com]
- [support.cyberghostvpn.com]
- [support.cyberghostvpn.com]

2nd: with CyberGhost5, you just download the client and that's it without any additional programes.
3nd: CyberGhost VPN can be used very easily with OpenVPN, L2TP/IPSec and PPTP.
- [support.cyberghostvpn.com]

I leave you with a review we had in the UK known Tech Publication, Micro Mart:
[www.micromart.co.uk].

Hopefully you will learn more about our company and that we owe everything to our users, so we respect them back.
Cheers!
Re: Can this be in NOT ALLOWED LIST??
January 22, 2014 07:12AM
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From a blocklist standpoint, it's tough to say why (some of?) the CyberGhost VPN IP addresses appeared on a blocklist.  It could very well be that some "bad guy" (depending on how you define that term) was using that VPN to do something that offended one of the list authors.  A script kiddie could have been doing something dumb through it, or someone could have been initiating a hack attempt through it, or the RIAA/MPAA or their minions could have been issuing that service to hide their IP addresses while collecting information on P2P filesharers.

Depending on your level of paranoia, I generally recommend blocking all VPNs/proxies from personal devices, unless you are using their services from said device. 

That said, if you're using their VPN - or have friends who are, or need to unblock them for whatever reason - you should certainly create an Allow List representing all those IPs and Allow it through PeerBlock's List Manager.  You can use the List Manager to do this, or simply edit a text file to contain lines like the following:

Detected AP2P on ChinaNet Beijing proxy:1.202.96.52-1.202.96.52
I don't know if the list posted by montana247 above is complete, but if someone were to compile such a list in the proper format then others would be able to use it as well.

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