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Uncensored Internet access for Windows and Mobile

Uncensored Internet access for Windows and Mobile
Psiphon is a circumvention tool from Psiphon Inc. that utilizes VPN, SSH and HTTP Proxy technology to provide you with uncensored access to Internet content. Your Psiphon client will automatically learn about new access points to maximize your chances of bypassing censorship. Psiphon is designed to provide you with open access to online content. Psiphon does not increase your online privacy, and should not be considered or used as an online security tool.

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So far Excellent for mobile, Easier to use then openVPN by talieram Nov 11

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