Jared's Official Blog

Jared Twyler, Chief Executive Officer for IAPS Security Services, L.L.C.

Jared's Official Blog

Jared Twyler, Chief Executive Officer for IAPS Security Services, L.L.C.

Apr

17

New Cities For May 2014

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The following vpn cities will be released in May 2014: Italy (Catania) Italy (Florence) Italy (Genoa) Italy (Messina) Italy (Palermo) Italy (Verona) Check our official roster for the full listing.

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Mar

07

OpenVPN Mega Package – Upcoming Countries

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Hi Folks, Since the release of the IAPS Security Services, L.L.C. OpenVPN Mega Package, we’ve put a whopping 144 countries and 192 servers together. But we’re not done yet! Over the next 10 days we will add the following locations to the ever-growing list: Mexico (Cancun, Quintana Roo) Mexico (Acapulco, Guerro) Nauru Djibouti Hungary French Polynesia Serbia El Salvador Honduras Angola Botswana Comoros Islands Northern Mariana Islands French Guiana United States (Providence, Rhode Island) United States (North Little Rock, Arkansas) United States (Spearfish, South Dakota) United States (Quantico, Virginia) Taiwan Faroe Islands Aland Islands

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Feb

25

OpenVPN Mega Pack Free Upgrade

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Hi Folks, Jared here. In my efforts to bring more value to the table, I have spent the last 10 days upgrading and massively expanding the global networks. I have re-programmed, updated, and/or replaced more than 200 servers. For 2014 I’m going to try a little something different and see how it works out. All current clients are now entitled to request access to the entire fleet of servers, currently sitting at 144 countries and 183 servers. The entire fleet is made up of pure OpenVPN servers and already work with your existing usernames and passwords. All you need to request is the server list. I will be discontinuing store [...]

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Dec

27

Exit 2013, Enter 2014

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Hi Folks, I hope you’ve all had a very exciting holiday season and all your hopes, dreams, and accomplishments have come true. We are now approaching 2014 and its time to begin a whole new year. That means new goals and a new variety of tasks to accomplish. IAPS has a number of new tasks for 2014 as well: A.) Priority 1: the hiring of additional support staff. B.) Priority 2: increasing resources allocated to the secure voice, video, and chat resources. C.) Priority 3: implementing dynamic ipv6 for the general fleet of openvpn servers. D.) Priority 4: implementing dedicated ipv6 openvpn/PPTP, L2TP, & SSTP fleet of servers. E.) Priority [...]

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Oct

10

Video Series for Poker Players

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For all those Stars and FTP players out there, I’ve created a new video series where you can learn not to be afraid of these particular sites. For those poker players that are afraid of playing on the same machine and with a different account, for those worried about mac addresses, ip addresses, and all other concerns, I’ve created a 3 part video series on how you can successfully alleviate these issues and play in peace. Video 1: Describes how to perform the basic virtualization setup procedures. Video 2: Explains how to create an RDP connection to the newly created machine and how to use that machine with full screen [...]

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Sep

29

OpenVPN Upgrades

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Hi Folks, Over the last week I’ve been exploring various ways to enhance the usability of the openvpn systems from a users perspective. One of the biggest complaints I’ve received over the past several months was the username/password system and openvpn not supporting the user to automatically save them. I’m pleased to say that last night I was able to solve this issue in a lab testing environment. After the lab tests were finalized, I moved the project to a live server environment and the results were rather pleasing. I’m going to start upgrading the production openvpn fleet accordingly. The only drawback to this is that all users will need [...]

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Sep

25

IAPS 4th Quarter Updates

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Greetings Folks, I hope this letter finds you all in good spirits. This note is to inform you about the 4th quarter of 2013 regarding IAPS Security Services, L.L.C. and its operations. As some of you already know, mainly those of you that regularly chat with me over skype, we started a pretty big poker division back in December 2012. Throughout 2013 we have expanded our global network reach to include nearly every country and major city that our population of players needed and wanted. We are still able to accomodate those of you wanting specific cities, whether we currently have them or need to acquire them. Just ask for [...]

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Sep

12

Network Maintenance – September 12, 2013

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Hi Folks, Global network maintenance will be taking place this evening from 10 pm Central Standard Time (U.S.) and lasting until 1 am September 13, 2013. This is a total of 3 hours downtime. This maintenance cycle is needed to update the security of the global network and to provide general maintenance procedures. Once the maintenance has been completed, the networks will come back online automatically. We do not anticipate needing 3 hours, but project that time frame to ensure we quote enough time.

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Jul

20

New Software

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Hi Folks, Pursuant to the announcements made via email previously, the new software for the PPTP, L2TP, and SSTP TV Package accounts is now ready for distribution. If you currently hold a valid TV Package, please email in and request the new software if you’d like it.

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Jul

20

Election Results

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Hi Folks, The response over yesterdays emailed voting/feeedback scenario, the voting was overwhelmingly in favor of keeping openvpn as the standard. However, I have personally reviewed the emails of those wishing for the previous PPTP, L2TP, and SSTP standards to come back. I can see valid points in everyone’s emails. So I have a decision that I hope everyone can live with. The primary folks wanting the old standard of PPTP, L2TP, and SSTP are British and American tv watchers. I understand these clients very well and I see some of the issues they face. So what I’m going to do is create 5 British and 5 American servers under [...]

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