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  2. To get the best performance while torrenting using a VPN use TCP on a port such as 80 or 443.
  3. Support

    PayPal

    Im sorry you feel that way but its beyond our control.
  4. Support

    TorGuard Client v3.98.0

    Release torguard-v3.98.0, 2020-02-27 ==================================== * All platforms: Upgrade to QT 5.12.6 and OpenSSL 1.1 Internal changes: ----------------- * Windows: Updated build chain Update to Visual Studio 2017 und Ninja build * Mac: Use hardened runtime The hardened runtime is now required for Apple to notarize the app. Downloads P.S. This is the last of internal changes before we start adding all the good features our users want.
  5. elvisidal

    PayPal

    Thanks. Was wondering why I couldn’t find a PayPal option to pay an invoice. I’ll leave then. None of your payment methods appeal to me
  6. For torrent don't use VPN it's too much for torrenting. Use a Socks5 Proxy for Torrenting.
  7. Last week
  8. chumleyex

    How are you getting above 200?

    I'm trying to figure out the right method to get the most speed out of this VPN connection. I've got several setups and none of them get over 170up/dn. I have gigabit internet through at&t and the server I connect to isn't very far from me. How are you guys getting 400? Pfsense openvpn tunnel with IP forwarded to a VM - This gets around 170 down and sometimes 0 up. It's also very unstable, but this would be my preferred method. Windows 10 vm running on a R710, 2 cpu's with 4 cores each (xeons through ESXI), connecting through windows VPN or Torguard app. Lastly I installed the torguard vpn app on my Ryzen 1700x desktop, it just about hits 200.
  9. Hold this thought .. I might have worked it out. Waiting a couple of minutes between logging onto Singapore Torguard VPN and connecting to PUBG might be the ticket.
  10. Sorry for the delay in responding. It's been happening, I think, for a couple of months (certainly no longer than that - I used to use Torguard religiously/daily to SEA.) Interestingly: I seem to be getting routed BACK to Australia (so I'm playing with a 300-400 ping but talking to AU players.) I downloaded ExitLag and subbed for 1 month and that works fine - I can connect to SEA servers. The reason for the delay in responding is that "sometimes" Torguard works, in terms of connecting to SEA, but by "sometimes" I mean maybe 20% to SEA, 80% being re-directed back to AU. In summary then: Torguard > Connect to Singapore but predominantly routed from AU > SEA > back to AU resulting in 400+ ping. No VPN > Wait 3 minutes and then PUBG redirects to SEA and 100 ping. ExitLag > Connect to Singapore, 100 ping.
  11. gilby

    Sydney IP issues

    I agree, Superman. Intermittent issues. I have given up for now - will investigate further tomorrow.
  12. Superman

    Sydney IP issues

    It seems the issues are resolved now Edit: I have spoken too soon. I am still having issues loading pages when connected to the Sydney server.
  13. Superman

    Sydney IP issues

    Sydney is again having issues at the moment
  14. I have something like this: 2020-02-20 23:27:09.427 Pacific Standard Time D] netsh === "stdout" ==>> [init] === [2020-02-20 23:27:09.427 Pacific Standard Time D] netsh === "stdout" ==>> "netsh>" [2020-02-20 23:27:09.427 Pacific Standard Time D] netsh === "stdout" ==>> "netsh interface ipv6>Ok." [2020-02-20 23:27:09.427 Pacific Standard Time D] netsh === "stdout" ==>> "" [2020-02-20 23:27:09.427 Pacific Standard Time D] netsh === "stdout" ==>> "netsh interface ipv6>" [2020-02-20 23:27:09.427 Pacific Standard Time D] netsh === "stdout" ==>> "netsh>netsh>" [2020-02-20 23:27:09.427 Pacific Standard Time D] netsh === "stdout" ==>> "netsh interface ipv6>Ok." [2020-02-20 23:27:09.427 Pacific Standard Time D] netsh === "stdout" ==>> "" [2020-02-20 23:27:09.427 Pacific Standard Time D] netsh === "stdout" ==>> "netsh interface ipv6>" [2020-02-20 23:27:09.427 Pacific Standard Time D] netsh === "stdout" ==>> "netsh>netsh>netsh>" [2020-02-20 23:27:09.427 Pacific Standard Time D] netsh === "stdout" ==>> [end] === [2020-02-20 23:27:09.427 Pacific Standard Time D] netsh === "stderr" ==>> [empty] === [2020-02-20 23:27:09.427 Pacific Standard Time D] netsh === exit code: 0 , exit status: QProcess::ExitStatus(NormalExit) === [2020-02-20 23:27:09.843 Pacific Standard Time D] WhatIsMyLocation/doQueryMyLocation: HTTP download progress [2020-02-20 23:27:09.843 Pacific Standard Time D] WhatIsMyLocation/doQueryMyLocation: HTTP download progress [2020-02-20 23:27:09.843 Pacific Standard Time D] WhatIsMyLocation/doQueryMyLocation: HTTP request was successful [2020-02-20 23:27:09.843 Pacific Standard Time D] WhatIsMyLocation/OnSuccess: location= 36.976 -137.956***** edit [2020-02-20 23:27:09.845 Pacific Standard Time D] WhatIsMyLocation/doQueryMyLocation: HTTP request aborted [2020-02-20 23:27:09.845 Pacific Standard Time D] WhatIsMyLocation/doQueryMyLocation: ReplyHandler destroyed [2020-02-20 23:27:11.786 Pacific Standard Time D] ComInitialize constructor failed, hresult= 80010106 Pretty much wondering whats up with the geolocation? why is my client performing it? why does it do it in clear text?
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  16. chumleyex

    Super slow pfsense

    Ok, thank you for your reply.
  17. Amir

    TG Android Client v1.56.2

    Any ETA for the next update for Windows?
  18. Support

    TG Android Client v1.56.2

    == Release v1.56.2, 2020-02-19 - Fix issue where VPN would not resume after pausing by screen off event on Android TV Downloads P.S. We are staging the rollout so you may not see it until we increase the exposure over the coming days - however you can download it directly from our downloads page here https://torguard.net/downloads.php Regards
  19. Support

    Super slow pfsense

    Hi, from experience, you will not get much more through this CPU, its not powerful to run anywhere near what you are looking to achieve - remember OpenVPN is single threaded - it only has the ability to use one core. Regards
  20. Support

    PayPal

    I guess its just a standard message they have to let you know that we will see your email/address you use on file - just like they warn you when installing extensions or apps that the app will potentially have the permission to see your traffic/personal details and other related info. Regards
  21. wotmate

    PayPal

    Yeah, it's standard info that Amazon would have... just want to know why it says " allowTorGuard VPN to access"
  22. Support

    PayPal

    This is a requirement by Amazon it would seem not TG, I will pass it over to billing to take a look - paying by credit card requires an address to validate the card and to prevent fraud - its no different via Paypal, they hold all your details as well? Regards
  23. Support

    no paypal, CC wanting address

    This is a requirement by Amazon and paying by credit card requires an address to validate the card - its no different via Paypal, they hold all your details as well? Regards
  24. wotmate

    PayPal

    Sorry, you must have missed the edit. Another thread started about it here:
  25. Support

    PayPal

    On the TorGuard website, we do not ask you to enter address details - you click to pay the invoice via Amazon Pay, it directs you to amazon to chose a payment source, once is complete, it takes you back to your invoice - please explain where you are asked for address details? Regards
  26. wotmate

    PayPal

    Yes, it is. And according to Amazon Pay, it is as per Torguards requirements. Someone else started a thread about it here:
  27. Support

    Blog Issue. looks unprofessional IMHO

    Thanks for pointing that out - maybe the author fell asleep? TorGuard users notice everything! Thanks
  28. Support

    PayPal

    This info is not required for Amazon Pay? Regards
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