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Virus Bypasses VPN and TOR

by damihimagis / January 1, 2014 12:56 PM PST

Virus Bypasses VPN and TOR

I have a virus that alters vpn as well as tor settings(as soon as virus is up and running, nor will vpn or tor bypass certain websitets's restrictions = every ISP is blocked and it can be seen at http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x18rgmy from 54 minute and up).

Whenever choosing vpn(spotflux or others), I always get assigned the same VPN address, unless I have managed to remove virus(PUP in memory virus was detected on several occasions by spyboot, but no longer which means I am out of luck).

I have also seen that when connected to vpn if virus is temporary unpresent/absent and whenever registering for new facebook accounts, my internet connection gets reseted(I have seen vpn to abruptly disconnect and connect back what signals Facebook my original isp to block me from opening new account).

This way, I am blocked from posting comments in online newspaper's comments section using either Facebook or disqus(disqus is the same if not even worse) social plugins. Although I can register with disqus, I am not capable to post a singe comment in online's newspaper comment sections... incredible, but factual !!!

I AM NOT SPAMMER !!! I ONLY DENOUNCE SWIFT ACTS OF WHITE GENOCIDE THAT INCLUDE THOSE AGAINST MYSELF AND WILL NOT TOLERATE FACEBOOK/DISQUS ATTITUDE TOWARD TARGETED WHITE VICTIMS FOR THE SAKE WHITE GENOCIDE. Spammers is main stream media crime factory that shadows the truth with lies and trolls are their entertainers such as Bieber/LadyGaga etc...

We have never had throughout the history the case that individual(group of people or rather race) against whom genocide would be taking place and during which he would launch call for help, one would be regarded as spammer(thrasher) or even troll(mean idiot). This is a renaissance of white genocide and I will certainly not comply with one.

What to do !!? Thank you for your help.

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Use a proxy server
by James Denison / January 1, 2014 11:02 PM PST

Or visit your local McDonalds with a laptop, or local library, or local truckstop, or local open broadcast hotel nearby, or.....ever hear of 'war driving"?

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Re: virus
by Kees_B Forum moderator / January 1, 2014 11:10 PM PST

Boot from a Linux disk or USB stick. The virus isn't activated then (it isn't even present on those media) and you can do what you want in the browser that it has.

Using your phone or tablet would be a quite good option also.

Kees

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