Question Spyproof Vpn on Console?

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  1. Lucifer

    Lucifer Moderator Staff Member

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    Hello users of ccm, i recently bought Spyproof vpn and i was curious on how i could run it on my ps3/ps4. It uses pptp connection as shown in this screenshot
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    Things I have tried
    • Sharing the adapter with my internet cord that is plugged in my pc and ps3.
    • Using connectify
    If anyone has a way to make this work please let me know :kissingheart:
     
  2. Venox

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    why VPN better method is to create a Sprx c++ Func to set your Ip to 137.137.137.137 in a Nonhost base ( Please login or register to view links or downloads! )

    or you set it with a rtm tool for any game idk but i think this is a better way than your :tonguewink:
     
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  3. Lucifer

    Lucifer Moderator Staff Member

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    Paradox call of ddos or Skullgrabber will get your real ip the onyl way around is vpn
     
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  4. Venox

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    rly wow sounds bad
     
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  5. Lucifer

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    yeah its really bad Ps3 is nothing but people booting each other offline it is so annoying you cant even force host anymore thus is why i need help with this vpn to run through my console
     
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    Dora ****ing told you not to buy this ****. #GetFuckedDad
     
  7. Lucifer

    Lucifer Moderator Staff Member

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    Dude Asier uses this same one @Harry Even said he was going to get it it is a good deal Just need to figure out how to connect it to my ps3 so stop being a butthead
     
  8. Harry

    Harry Software Engineer Premium Member

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    I have it :/

    @Lucifer open a ticket asking how to set this up. They will respond quickly and tell you how. Very good support
     
  9. Lucifer

    Lucifer Moderator Staff Member

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    Already tried been waiting on support for weeks
     
  10. Noodles

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    From what I've seen the support is ****
     
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  11. The Dark Side

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    It is ****.
     
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  12. Lucifer

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    Agreed
     
  13. The Dark Side

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    Besides, if you have the solution why not just post it here? I'm assuming you use Spyproof for consoles after all?
     
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  14. Harry

    Harry Software Engineer Premium Member

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    I showed my method to lucifer here:

    Please login or register to view links or downloads!

    My Post:
    Code:
    Here's my most easiest way:
    Go onto eBay and purchase a used iPod 4
    Download a jailbreak suitable for the iOS version with the iPod
    Install a tweak called 'PDANet'
    (For VPN, Continue)
    Install two apps,
    .ZIP Unarchiver
    OpenVPN
    go to VPN4GAMES (google it) (You get an hour of free VPN)
    Purchase and download the OpenVPN Files
    Unarchive it
    Click Open in OpenVPN
    Click the Tick
    Tick on the VPN file
    Enter your credentials
    Click Connect
    Where I said VPN4Games, this works with SpyProof
    I used that as an example to work with my method :grinning:
     
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  15. Lucifer

    Lucifer Moderator Staff Member

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    there is no open vpn files with spyproof
     
  16. Harry

    Harry Software Engineer Premium Member

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    You dont need them
     
  17. The Dark Side

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    I already own a jailbroken iDevice. But is there any free method to this? If i have to pay for things like that i think id rather just buy PIA rather than go through all that for a semi shitty VPN lmao.

    Might work better for @Lucifer but for me it seems a little excessive.
     
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  18. Lucifer

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    I have a year of PIA but once that runs out idk if i will have enough money to buy more this is why i asked this question. Btw you should like totally unblock me on facebook sorry for being a complete idiot and trying to prove a point that did not need to be proven :disappointed:
     
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  19. Harry

    Harry Software Engineer Premium Member

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    If you have a jailbroken device, install PDANet, its free. Install OpenVPN from the app store, and install a cracked version of iFile.

    Go to Please login or register to view links or downloads! and buy it. Its literally one of the best VPNs for price I could find. Sure, you can use spyproof or IPHide, etc etc, but download the OpenVPN files and run them (It has a tutorial)


    Now, OMGzzzz, no OpenVPN files. No problem, Apple has a built in VPN system in the settings, which, SpyProof clearly supports :smile:
     
  20. The Dark Side

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    You cannot connect a jailbroken iDevice in anyway to Spyproof. I tried connected using PPTP and it doesn't work. :disappointed:

    Edit: Broke asf atm too cant buy that
     
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