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Anonabox Pro TOR VPN Router - Anonabox Pro TOR VPN Router
Wed, Sep 07 2016 | 1:58PM | Filed under: Networking| PermaLink Posted by: STAFF

”So what do I think of the Anonabox after the review? I was mixed at first, honestly. The speed was a bit slow, but then if you stop and sit back any security product is going to put a hit on your traffic, especially when it is bounced all around the globe. So I took a minute and thought who is this product really meant for? Well, it is not meant for the hardcore networking or security guru, which is why I think my mindset was different in the beginning. But as I looked at the Anonabox Pro as a whole and what its use is, well come on, it's a very tiny, low power, all-in-one TOR and VPN router that can be taken anywhere and protect your data. Well, since you cannot put a price on privacy, this is a badass little device. So, overall I really like the compact design; it is small and sleek looking. I also really like that the Pro can be powered by 5v/1A, allowing me to plug it into a portal power bank and use it on the go with my tablet and mobile phone. Speaking of that, now you easily have a mobile TOR and VPN router in your pocket for all your devices. All that being good, there were a few annoyances. There is support for other VPN services other than VyprVPN and HMA, however to utilize them you need to use the CLI via SSH to enable them. This is not easy for the less tech savvy who need a plug and play device. In addition, there is no easy way, other than editing the advanced configuration of TOR, to specify circuit or exit nodes, meaning you are at the mercy of where TOR wants to send you upon your connection.”


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