Vpn app that will change ip


#1

Is there any FOSS vpn app that will change ip like a windows vpn. I have blockada which says it is a vpn but when i check from my phone my real ip is visible. Blockada is for blocking ads


#2

bitmask, openvpn… just search vpn.


#3

It indeed uses the Android VPN service to block ads but it doesn’t work as a classic VPN such as BlackVPN, PIA, Mullvad… so it doesn’t touch your IP.
I use OpenVPN for Android to manage the config files of my VPN provider.


#4

Or if you want to change ip, you can use orbot.


#5

But Orbot uses Tor and the US government in implicated in Tor.
Be careful.


#6

How is the Gov’t implicated to TOR?


#7

#8

wil open vpn block ads as well or should there be an adblocking vpn and an ip changing vpn? Two won’t work will they?

[quote] It indeed uses the Android VPN service to block ads but it doesn’t work as a classic VPN such as BlackVPN, PIA, Mullvad… so it doesn’t touch your IP.
I use OpenVPN for Android to manage the config files of my VPN provider. [/quote]

is there a free provider? what is wrong with quoting?


EDIT:hotlittlewhitedog
It indeed uses the Android VPN service to block ads but it doesn't work as a classic VPN such as BlackVPN, PIA, Mullvad... so it doesn't touch your IP. I use OpenVPN for Android to manage the config files of my VPN provider.
it works, look at the code.

#9

So what? That is a proved secure mathematical and practical algorithm.


#10

lol, how do you think they catch some great hackers?


#11

Not by TOR indeed…


#12

ROFL, man



#13

Its true that Tor is mostly funded by the US State Department. Keep in mind that the internet was created by the US Department of Defense, which still plays a pretty active role in it. The core internet standards like DNS and TLS were also heavily influenced by the US government (NIST, NSA, etc). SELinux was created by the NSA and is in the Linux kernel. Amazon, Intel, Dell, Microsoft, IBM, Cisco, Juniper, etc. also get a lot of money from the US government.

So if you want to avoid tech that is influenced by the US government, you’re going to have to work a lot harder than just avoiding Tor.


#15

To change the IP address I use https://f-droid.org/packages/de.blinkt.openvpn/ + https://protonvpn.com/ config files, in the free version they now give: 2 servers in the US, 2 servers in the Netherlands, 1 server in Japan, but for confidentiality much depends on the browser and its settings and probably on the OS and hardware. Here are some links with which I check for information leakage:
https://browserleaks.com/
https://whoer.net/


#16

And, If I just need to change IP, I can use the built-in android vpn + https://hide.me/ or https://zoogvpn.com/ ,in a free version they give 2 GB of Internet per month, with a monthly re-registration of the account, for connection via PPTP or L2TP / IPSec, but they are not reliable.


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