中国でVPNを使う方法:2017年版 - 中国IT情報局

2017年も中国ではGmailやGoogleを含む多くのサイト・サービスが規制され接続ができません。日本にいた頃と同じように中国でGmailやGoogleを使うための手段であるVPN接続について解説

2015年1月末下記に移転しました。

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China Firewall

Free Access to World Knowledge Beyond Government's Firewall.

You can take three advantages if you use VPN Gate:
  1. You can bypass the government's firewall to browse oversea web sites (e.g. YouTube).
  2. You can camouflage your IP address to hide the source of sending information over Internet.
  3. You can protect use of Wi-Fi with strong encryption.
Unlike existing VPN services, VPN Gate has strong resistance against firewalls.
VPN Gate is free of charge. No user registrations required.

Government's Firewall Blocks to Access Oversea Web Services for Overprotection

The Internet is a revolutionary network to enable all user's computers and servers to communicate each other without any restriction. Any web sites which are provided by individuals or companies can be reachable from anywhere around the world. Each people in the world is a potential customer of a web service. So every Internet companies are trying to develop and improve their web services continuously. World-wide competitions occur, and qualities of every services will be better and better, forever.

Such competitions over the world without any barriers are essential for improving the quality of Internet services. Internet provides such a great playing field for fair competition environment. However, some countries are attempting to interfere against the fair competition. For example, great video-sharing sites such as YouTube, or excellent SNS sites such as Twitter or Facebook, are existing in the world. Some governments place a contents-filter on the border between domestic and international Internet. Such a contents-filter is used to be called "Government's Firewall" . People in such a country are often affected by the government's firewall.

In United States, Japan and most of Europe countries, people prohibits their governments from placing such a government's firewall, by the Constitution. However, it is said that some other countries have such a firewall for contents-filtering.

The government's firewall force the people to use only domestic web services instead of international web services. They cannot visit international web-services which compete with domestic web-services. In other words, such a government supplies unfair advantages to the few domestic web-service providers in exchange for push inconveniences to the all Internet users of the country. In the long-term viewpoint such a government's overprotecting policies will be cause of decline in public-interests, because most of people in the country are blinded to the world-valuable overseas web services.

And also you could consider using following nice vpn providers.



It is convenient for users behind the government's firewall if they can free-access to YouTube, Twitter, Facebook or other great web services. As the consequence, over-protected domestic web-service providers under unfair good-treatment by the government's firewall will be involved to the world-wide fair competitions. In the long-term view, the competitions will improve both domestic and international web services, and every domestic people will receive benefits.
Cost: $20/month; $85/year. Good support for users in Asia. Offers L2TP and PPTP protocols.

Strong VPN is one of the more-expensive choices out there, but readers in Asia and the Pacific Rim say that Strong performs very well for them when compared to its competitors. The price point varies with your part of the world, but expect in the range of $20USD per month. The Strong VPN owners promise that there is no logging or scanning of their customers' data, and many readers recommend Strong. Try it for a month and let us know if Strong VPN works for you.

Visit their site: http://www.strongvpn.com/




Cost: $10.00/month; $50/year. Supports OpenVPN, SSTP, L2TP/IPsec, and PPTP protocols. PureVPN also supports IKEvs2 protocol for BlackBerry. The servers are in 19 different countries, with no bandwidth limitations for premium subscribers. The price point is very compelling, and is much more affordable than most of its competitors.

PureVPN has won the affection of many users because of its very friendly software client and very economical price. You can split the tunneling, which is helpful for having encryption on specific parts of your web habits, while still using your regular network connection for others (gamers and downloaders will like this splitting feature). PureVPN does log bandwidth usage and your login durations, but deletes that information every 5 days. Speeds on Pure are in the 4 Mbps to 21 Mbps range, which averages faster than most other VPN's.

Visit their site: http://www.purevpn.com




Cost: $11.52/month or $78.66/year. HMA has a tremendous server pool of over 260 servers in over 50 countries, which opens up access to geographically-restricted content in many countries. Supports PPTP, L2TP, IPSec and OpenVPN protocols.

HMA is a UK-based VPN service that is considered the easiest and most user-friendly VPN by some. While their reputation was somewhat marred by the 2011 FBI investigation of a Sony hacker (HMA disclosed logs of suspect Cody Kretsinger's online timeframes), thousands of users still continue to use HMA for their private browsing.

HideMyAss does provides some very slick extra features like: supporting multiple simultaneous computers on the same connection, rotating IP addresses, speed guides, and an extremely convenient client tool. HMA is very easy for beginners to setup, which is another plus. At 12 dollars per month/79 per year, the price point for HidemyAss.com is in the middle of the pack.

NOTE: If you are a file sharer, HMA might not be for you. Readers report that HMA frowns upon its members participating in torrent sharing, and it will pressure its members whenever they receive P2P complaints from authorities.

Visit their site: http://www.hidemyass.com

The Best VPN Service Providers, 2013

【The Best VPN Service Providers, 2013(FYI)】

Note on VPN encryption protocols: there are 3 common ciphering options for VPN's: OpenVPN, L2TP/IPsec, and PPTP. For most desktop users, OpenVPN is the strongest encryption and fastest data transfer.
However, L2TP may be an even better option than OpenVPN in two special circumstances: you want to use multiple mobile devices on your VPN; or if you live in a country with oppressive government rules on internet use (e.g. China, Egypt). While not as fast as OpenVPN, L2TP is difficult for authorities to block, and it generally offers more support for mobile devices.




Cost: $20/month; $85/year. Good support for users in Asia. Offers L2TP and PPTP protocols.

Strong VPN is one of the more-expensive choices out there, but readers in Asia and the Pacific Rim say that Strong performs very well for them when compared to its competitors. The price point varies with your part of the world, but expect in the range of $20USD per month. The Strong VPN owners promise that there is no logging or scanning of their customers' data, and many readers recommend Strong. Try it for a month and let us know if Strong VPN works for you.

Visit their site: http://www.strongvpn.com/




Cost: $10.00/month; $50/year. Supports OpenVPN, SSTP, L2TP/IPsec, and PPTP protocols. PureVPN also supports IKEvs2 protocol for BlackBerry. The servers are in 19 different countries, with no bandwidth limitations for premium subscribers. The price point is very compelling, and is much more affordable than most of its competitors.

PureVPN has won the affection of many users because of its very friendly software client and very economical price. You can split the tunneling, which is helpful for having encryption on specific parts of your web habits, while still using your regular network connection for others (gamers and downloaders will like this splitting feature). PureVPN does log bandwidth usage and your login durations, but deletes that information every 5 days. Speeds on Pure are in the 4 Mbps to 21 Mbps range, which averages faster than most other VPN's.

Visit their site: http://www.purevpn.com


HideMyAss.com

Cost: $11.52/month or $78.66/year. HMA has a tremendous server pool of over 260 servers in over 50 countries, which opens up access to geographically-restricted content in many countries. Supports PPTP, L2TP, IPSec and OpenVPN protocols.

HMA is a UK-based VPN service that is considered the easiest and most user-friendly VPN by some. While their reputation was somewhat marred by the 2011 FBI investigation of a Sony hacker (HMA disclosed logs of suspect Cody Kretsinger's online timeframes), thousands of users still continue to use HMA for their private browsing.

HideMyAss does provides some very slick extra features like: supporting multiple simultaneous computers on the same connection, rotating IP addresses, speed guides, and an extremely convenient client tool. HMA is very easy for beginners to setup, which is another plus. At 12 dollars per month/79 per year, the price point for HidemyAss.com is in the middle of the pack.

NOTE: If you are a file sharer, HMA might not be for you. Readers report that HMA frowns upon its members participating in torrent sharing, and it will pressure its members whenever they receive P2P complaints from authorities.

Visit their site: http://www.hidemyass.com

Top 5 free Vpn In China

【Top 5 free Vpn In China(FYI)】


1. FlyVpn
http://FlyVpn.com is China VPN service.so it have many advantages on Asia ips.Korea IP is its main advantage,Supports PPTP/L2TP/OpenVPN,Can be installed on PC,iphone,ipad,mac and phone with vpn.Unlimited bandwidth,Protect your privacy and high security.Unblock your games easier.

2. OpenVPN
http://OpenVPN.net is a SSL/TLS based VPN, it provides high security and privacy. The biggest difference between PPTP VPN and OpenVPN is you need install OpenVPN client software to use OpenVPN service, and OpenVPN DO NOT work on mobile devices such as iPhone, iPad, Windows Mobile and Android. But OpenVPN works on Windows, Mac and Linux.

3. PacketiX.NET
http://PacketiX.NET is a Japan VPN service. It is actually a premium service, but they have PacketiX.NET online test service as well which is free to use. The service is fast and reliable and it is easy to use as well. Just download the VPN connection manager, install and connect! It works on Windows and Linux only.

4. UltraVPN
UltraVPN is a French VPN client that hides your connection from unwanted ears and allows you to use blocked applications. It is also based on OpenVPN service. Traffic is quota is unlimited. Bandwidth is up to 500Kb/s depending on network conditions.

5. Hotspot Shield
Hotspot Shield is possibly the most popular Free VPN client in the world. It made waves when Hulu was launched as it allowed users to watch Hulu even when it was blocked. Now, they have US & UK based VPN services which you can use to protect yourself from WiFi Snoopers, identity thefts and censorships. The best part is, Hotspot Shield provides unlimited bandwidth and works on both PC & Mac.

VPN for China. Bypass the Great Firewall of China.

【Best VPNs in China(FYI)】


Hopefully this article won’t be banned in China, since we are talking about getting round their great firewall! Anyway, as everyone knows China has some very strict internet restrictions, many sites are very hard to access from inside China. This is exactly what VPNs are for. Whether you are travelling to China, or live there and want to access some western services, you should use a VPN.

But which should you choose?

We’ve decided to write an article about the top VPNs that work in China, to make sure you can access all these services. While there are over 100 VPN services out there, it’s a good idea to compare them in details, since the level of service does vary a lot. From the type of protocol used (PPTP, L2TP, OpenVPN), to pricing and bandwidth limitations, there’s a lot of stuff to consider.

Take a look at our summary below, after which we’ll review the services in a bit more detail too:

Best isPureVPN
Second is Hide My Ass! Pro VPN

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1st PureVPN

Positives: No speed restrictions, over 300 servers, excellent tutorials
Negatives: No privacy policy

PureVPN is based in Hong Kong, so they are very close to China and are likely very much in touch with China’s policies on what is happening, so using them is probably your best bet, since they will be most up-to-date when it comes to developments in China. They are a very professional company, and one of the biggest brands out there for VPNs, I’m sure you’ve heard of them before.

They have two packages available, one that has unlimited bandwidth and one that only has 30GB (although that is a lot for browsing). The price ranges from $4.16 to $18 per month depending on the package and upfront payment you choose. There is also a 3 day moneyback guarantee, so you can get your money back if you really don’t like the service.

2nd Hide My Ass! Pro VPN

Positives: Great software, fast servers, plenty of locations
Negatives: Not the best price, but still a good price

Hide My Ass! Pro VPN might be banned in certain areas of China, but as far as we know they do work pretty well. HMA are probably the biggest and most well respected brands out there for VPNs, so you can’t really go wrong with them, and they are slightly cheaper than PureVPN, but still offer amazing software with over 300 servers and 30,000 IP addresses.

Their basic package starts from $6.51, or around $11.50 if you want to pay monthly. While this is a medium priced service, the quality they offer is well worth the price.

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5 Best VPNs in China
http://www.bestvpn.com/blog/5356/5-best-vpns-in-china/
管理者おすすめ優良VPN
Hide My Ass! Pro VPN(HMA) は、毎年VPNランキングでランクインするシンプルな料金体系で50を超える国や地域のサーバが利用できる高速VPNです(オススメNo.1)

HideMyAss.com

Hide My Ass! Pro VPN の導入方法はこちらの記事です!

PureVPN は、毎年VPNランキングNo.1に選ばれている高い信頼性と高速回線が特徴のVPNです(オススメNo.2)

PureVPN

PureVPN の導入方法はこちらの記事です!
12vpn は、中国からでもブロックされていないVPNです。若干割高ですが、中国からVPNなしでサインアップが可能です(中国国内向け)
12vpn

12vpn の導入方法はこちらの記事です!
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