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Have you ever had any problem with 24vc?Like any shut down that reveal your real ip ?
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I prefer to use IPBurger personally. Plus it belong to this forum.

And yes.
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You need to ensure you setup killswitches properly. Instead of using configuration settings under firewall etc., where possible, try to get a standalone software that deals with this if you want to be super safe.
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Hi, no matter what VPN company you use there is always a small chance it could disconnect, but you can easily protect against drops 100% by doing the following:

One of the most simple ways to do so would be to use software that will automatically close your browser in the event of a dropped connection. Below is a list of a few software companies that are well known for doing just that:

http://www.ugdsoft.com/products/vpnwatcher
http://vpnetmon.webs.com/
http://www.guavi.com/vpncheck_free.html

Also if you're using Windows you can simply use the built in firewall to configure your browser to not have internet access in the event that the VPN connection drops. This is probably the best way to protect against drops as it doesn't depend on third party software, below you can find a simple tutorial on how to set it up:

http://www.24vc.com/guide?v=how-to-b...on-vpn-traffic
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Or You can setup it manually.
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iptables S

-P INPUT DROP
-P FORWARD DROP
-P OUTPUT DROP
-A INPUT -i lo -j ACCEPT
-A INPUT -s 55.55.55.55/32 -j ACCEPT
-A INPUT -i tun0 -j ACCEPT
-A INPUT -j DROP
-A OUTPUT -o lo -j ACCEPT
-A OUTPUT -d 55.55.55.55/32 -j ACCEPT
-A OUTPUT -o tun0 -j ACCEPT
-A OUTPUT -j DROP

55.55.55.55 = VPN IP

ppp0 or tun0 = virtual network adapter

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Im using Win firewall, works perfect
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Does anybody have a solution for Windows XP kill switch. All that I tested are ****e or don't work.
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Have you tried making your own using netsh firewall through the command line? I think it will work with XP.

It'll take a lot of google searches to figure out though...

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Have you tried making your own using netsh firewall through the command line? I think it will work with XP.

It'll take a lot of google searches to figure out though...
Nate, thank you for your input. I always favor the stuff that comes with the OS. I tried netsh but I messed up lol. If I ever succeed I'll post a "Guide" here.
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Hey
Have you ever had any problem with 24vc?Like any shut down that reveal your real ip ?
Yes, I have had this issue with connection drop on VMware and potentially real IP revealed. We had some discussion here: http://www.aspkin.com/forums/ebay-di...ou-signed.html

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Hi, no matter what VPN company you use there is always a small chance it could disconnect, but you can easily protect against drops 100% by doing the following:

One of the most simple ways to do so would be to use software that will automatically close your browser in the event of a dropped connection. Below is a list of a few software companies that are well known for doing just that:

http://www.ugdsoft.com/products/vpnwatcher
http://vpnetmon.webs.com/
http://www.guavi.com/vpncheck_free.html

Also if you're using Windows you can simply use the built in firewall to configure your browser to not have internet access in the event that the vpn connection drops. This is probably the best way to protect against drops as it doesn't depend on third party software, below you can find a simple tutorial on how to set it up:

http://www.24vc.com/guide?v=how-to-b...on-vpn-traffic
I have this Windows firewall set up but still somehow manage to leak real ip when connection drops. Any of those software you'd recommend in particular?
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Yes, I have had this issue with connection drop on VMware and potentially real IP revealed. We had some discussion here: http://www.aspkin.com/forums/ebay-di...ou-signed.html



I have this Windows firewall set up but still somehow manage to leak real ip when connection drops. Any of those software you'd recommend in particular?
So will this http://www.24vc.com/guide?v=how-to-b...on-vpn-traffic
work?
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Hi, no matter what vpn company you use there is always a small chance it could disconnect, but you can easily protect against drops 100% by doing the following:

One of the most simple ways to do so would be to use software that will automatically close your browser in the event of a dropped connection. Below is a list of a few software companies that are well known for doing just that:

http://www.ugdsoft.com/products/vpnwatcher
http://vpnetmon.webs.com/
http://www.guavi.com/vpncheck_free.html

Also if you're using Windows you can simply use the built in firewall to configure your browser to not have internet access in the event that the vpn connection drops. This is probably the best way to protect against drops as it doesn't depend on third party software, below you can find a simple tutorial on how to set it up:

http://www.24vc.com/guide?v=how-to-b...on-vpn-traffic
Hello
Can you tell me what method do you use ?With how many stealth accounts
and for how long?
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Anyone have any systems that work with Mac OS? I tried 'VPN watcher' but when I download it it just shows me my wifi connection and not the VPN connection and can't figure out how to get it working. The rest just seem to be for windows.
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im using the OpenVPN set-up. Never had any disconnections/dropping since i used 24vc. Just had a minor issue with leaking DNS, but i already figured it out.
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Anyone have any systems that work with Mac OS? I tried 'VPN watcher' but when I download it it just shows me my wifi connection and not the VPN connection and can't figure out how to get it working. The rest just seem to be for windows.
I tend to ALWAYS add the VPN timer. Also, I always use a general site to check my ip before entering the site after connection, and after 5 minutes of idle. Remember, idle can be your enemy on a VPN. I have noticed, if it is going to disconnect, it will be during idle times.
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I tend to ALWAYS add the VPN timer. Also, I always use a general site to check my ip before entering the site after connection, and after 5 minutes of idle. Remember, idle can be your enemy on a VPN. I have noticed, if it is going to disconnect, it will be during idle times.
How long idle will be risky?
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Hi, no matter what vpn company you use there is always a small chance it could disconnect, but you can easily protect against drops 100% by doing the following:

One of the most simple ways to do so would be to use software that will automatically close your browser in the event of a dropped connection. Below is a list of a few software companies that are well known for doing just that:

http://www.ugdsoft.com/products/vpnwatcher
http://vpnetmon.webs.com/
http://www.guavi.com/vpncheck_free.html

Also if you're using Windows you can simply use the built in firewall to configure your browser to not have internet access in the event that the vpn connection drops. This is probably the best way to protect against drops as it doesn't depend on third party software, below you can find a simple tutorial on how to set it up:

http://www.24vc.com/guide?v=how-to-b...on-vpn-traffic

thank you so much. this will help me so much.
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im using the OpenVPN set-up. Never had any disconnections/dropping since i used 24vc. Just had a minor issue with leaking DNS, but i already figured it out.
Do you mind sharing how you fixed your DNS leak?
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Do you mind sharing how you fixed your DNS leak?
im using the OpenVPN set-up. Just request in their ticket for your config.
Edit the config and add this line
block-outside-dns
and save.
check here: dnsleak.com or ipleak.net
be sure to disable WebRTC.
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