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Synopsis

03/30/2021: The trend of fewer and fewer working circumvention methods continues. SSH tunneling works. Wireguard is being blocked with consistent effect in China. Psiphon works, but users must be nimble and regularly try different servers to find one which works. It appears that international connections are being throttled more than before the NPC meeting. DNS over TLS and DNS over HTTPS seem to be Intermittently blocked, with odd errors happening. Since the PRC internet restrictions are obviously tighter, there is a possibility that THE PRC IS ABOUT TO DO SOMETHING SUBSTANTIAL. FIGURE OUT WTF YOU ARE GOING TO DO IN RESPONSE: STAND UP OR BEND OVER. WHAT ARE YOU MADE OF?

10/30/2020: Fewer VPNs and other circumvention methods seem to be effective against the top censoring regimes. It also seems that surveillance is ticking up against network users who succesfully break free with tools such as Tor, Shadowsocks, and conventional VPNs. Wireguard works, but it is possible to detect its use and may be blocked in the future.

Prepare for a near future in which ANY encrypted networking is suspect, and tools like Tor raising the most suspicion. You might not get a knock at the door, or questioned, but the eyes will be on you for using anything crypto stronger than https. I suggest you switch to a security model in which YOU HAVE YOUR OWN SERVER connecting to the internet through a separate VPN or through Tor. Connect from your personal devices to your server through a benign protocol such as SSH or shadowsocks. No joke: the censorship and surveillance game is escalating in late 2020. Expect the trend to continue in 2021.

More information on network interference is available from Open Observatory of Network Interference and Netblocks.

Top Obfuscated VPN Providers

The VPN providers listed here are special due to their advancement of broadband secure networking with a method of obfuscating traffic to thwart attacks by national firewalls operated by China, Iran, Syria, and other countries. They are particularly advanced in their ability so automatically configure and not requiring high user skills. They can find the best server, make sure it is not blocked, then make the connection - usually in just a few seconds:

Calyx.net ***Intermittently blocked in China and Iran***

Getlantern.org ***Intermittently blocked in China and Iran / Hong Kong Servers Untrustworthy!!***

Outline ***Works in China and Iran***

Psiphon ***Intermittently blocked in China and Iran***

Tor ***Works if using Pluggable Transports***

Tunnelbear ***Intermittently blocked in China and Iran***

Wireguard ***Works in China and Iran***

VPN Software for Desktop / Laptop Computers (Linux, Mac, Chrome, and Windows except where indicated.)

Algo ***Works in China and Iran***

Getlantern.org ***Intermittently blocked in China and Iran / Hong Kong Servers Untrustworthy!!***

Outline ***Works in China and Iran***

Psiphon (Windows, Linux via Python and Go) ***Intermittently blocked in China and Iran***

OpenVPN ***Mostly blocked in China and Iran***

Softether (Windows) ***Mostly blocked in China and Iran***

GoAgent ***Intermittently blocked in China and Iran***

Tor Browser ***Works (with pluggable transports) in China and Iran***

Streisand ***Works in China and Iran***

Tunnelbear ***Intermittently blocked in China and Iran***

Windscribe (Chrome, Windows) ***Intermittently blocked in China and Iran***

Wireguard ***Works in China and Iran***

VPN Software for Android Devices

FQrouter2 ***Intermittently blocked in China and Iran***

OpenVPN Connect ***Mostly blocked in China and Iran***

Getlantern.org ***Intermittently blocked in China and Iran / Hong Kong Servers Untrustworthy!!***

Outline ***Works in China and Iran***

Psiphon (Android) ***Intermittently blocked in China and Iran***

Tunnelbear ***Intermittently blocked in China and Iran***

Orbot ***Works (with pluggable transports) in China and Iran***

Wireguard ***Works in China and Iran***

VPN Software for Apple (iOS, OSX) Devices

Outline ***Works in China and Iran***

Onion Browser ***Works (with pluggable transports) in China and Iran***

Tunnelbear ***Intermittently blocked in China and Iran***

Windscribe ***Intermittently blocked in China and Iran***

What about SoftEther? There is presently no official Android or Linux application, just shitty dirthacks. You should visit their forums and complain loudly and daily about their lack of support for the immense number of devices using Android pr Linux. Mere inclusion of OpenVPN and L2TP/IPSec is insufficient. Tell them to get off their asses, work harder, and write a native Android and Linux applications for SoftEther.

What about the situation from 2019 onwards, where state sponsored censorship is super sophisticated, detecting and blocking VPNs in minutes or servers may be accesed by hostile actors? Set up your own server using a management package like Streisand or Algo.

Free Broadband VPN Access

FastSSH.com - Wireguard and other protocols ***Works in China and Iran***

www.FreeVPN.us - Wireguard and other protocols ***Works in China and Iran***

GreenSSH.com - Wireguard and other protocols ***Works in China and Iran***

Psiphon (Android and Windows) ***Works in China and Iran***

VPN Gate (Main Site) ***Intermittently blocked in China and Iran***

VPN Gate Mirror List

L2TP/IPsec Server List

sshOcean - lots of servers and protocols ***Works in China and Iran***

Tunnelbear ***Intermittently blocked in China and Iran***

VPN Book ***Intermittently blocked in China and Iran***

Windscribe ***Intermittently blocked in China and Iran***

Low Cost Broadband VPN Providers

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iVPN

Protect Creator Given, Internationally Recognized Rights

International law, codified in the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, articles 17 through 22, specifies several rights relating to privacy, freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and freedom of association. Likewise, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights specifies similar rights in articles 12, 18, 19, and 20. UN member states are obligated to protect those rights. Unfortunately, repressive countries such as Russia, China, Turkey, Egypt, and Iran are asserting "internet sovereignty" as a code word for "suppression of global media, free speech, private global communication". Lies! You do have the right to communicate privately. You certainly have the right to access a free press without control by state propagandists. You absolutely have the right to talk and listen to religious discussions of your choice - or to access media free of religious bias. VPN technology protects your internationally recognized rights.

Safe Internet Access and Privacy Protection

There are plenty of people who would be pleased to tap your network connection and steal your passwords. There are also plenty who are willing to access your private communications (email, voip calls, instant messaging, video or image downloads, and other data). You can freely give up your private data, subject yourself to intimate surveillance, and risk identity theft. You can also choose to protect yourself from such intrusions. A VPN will encrypt your incoming and outgoing data so that local snoopers cannot read it.

Nearly all websites, email portals, and social networks record users' IP addresses. This data can taken by authorities and used to trace the identity of anyone posting on forums, sending emails, or watching videos on a tube site. To keep one's real identity hidden, a VPN service handily shows a different IP address to websites. VPN services are essential tools for anyone sending or receiving sensitive information. Journalists, corporate whistleblowers, and political informants need to use VPNs. Don't get caught sending your Wikileaks documents unencrypted from your home IP address!

The Right to Free Expression

Tyrants and dictators thrive on controlling information within their countries. Regimes that can't survive on merit will protect their power with deception protected by censorship. Paranoid regimes will block social networks, impede electronic business activity, and limit access to all sorts of person-to-person discourse the internet. VPNs enable escape and evasion of censorship.

Access Foreign News and Broadcast Media

Some media sites, government services, and financial institutions block access from foreign internet users. To use these sites, one must have an IP address within the country. Internet TV sites like Hulu.com don't work for overseas users unless they connect through a VPN. Some search engines also filter content based on the user's country. Getting true, uncensored search engine results often requires using a VPN. A VPN will provide encrypted, censor-proof connections through desirable in-country IP addresses.


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