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I was wondering if there was any way I could use a VPN that

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Hi. I was wondering if there was any way I could use a VPN that was undetectable by a website that I am banned from. This particular site seems equipped with tools that can identify VPN use which results in not being able to get in. Are there any VPN's that are undetectable from such sites?
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Submitted: 8 months ago.
Category: Networking
Expert:  AnswersByEric replied 8 months ago.

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The issue you are having is that almost all VPN's you can pay for, are well known, and companies can get lists of the IP addresses they use on their servers, and block most traffic from VPNs. Not many websites do this, but you seem to have run into one that does.

Your best bets are one of two things. 1) Use Tor. The Tor network is used to browse darknet sites, as well as normal websites anonymously. It is very easy to use and setup, however if your intention is streaming videos or large downloads, then the Tor network is not for you. Go here to download the Tor Browser bundle, which will install the software needed to connect to the Tor network and browse using the Tor browser (a specialized version of Firefox, routing all traffic through the Tor network.). 2) You can setup your own VPN either on your PC or yoru own cloud based version. This is more difficult and you do need to be tech savvy to follow the steps. However, I can link you to some tutorials on setting up your own.

The Tor browser is probably your best bet though, so give that a try first :)

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Expert:  AnswersByEric replied 7 months ago.

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