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.

Dec

05

Data Center VPN’s versus Residential VPN’s

Data Center VPN’s versus Residential VPN’s Did you know that there are actually 2 different kinds of ip addresses out there? One set belongs to data center’s and servers, while the other set belongs to residential dsl and cable providers. Whats the difference between them and how can a website or network provider tell the difference? I’ll show you 2 examples here, starting with the normal data center ip address: http://whatismyipaddress.com/ip/192.99.203.5 As you can see here, the ip address belongs to a hosting company. We can easily go to uncle google to verify that and we would see a lot of links pointing to the OVH website to buy their […]

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Dec

05

IAPS Announcements December 4, 2014

Hi Folks, As most of you already know, we’ve made a massive investment in 100% residential networks. These new networks are offered in a variety of different services, which can be located as follows: Residential VPN’s: https://www.intl-alliance.com/store/cart.php?gid=15 Residential SSHv2 Tunnels: https://www.intl-alliance.com/store/cart.php?gid=18 Residential Remote Desktops: https://www.intl-alliance.com/store/cart.php?gid=17 IAPS Security Services, L.L.C. has invested a huge amount of time in contracting, setting up, programming, and deploying these networks. Our residential network services are not based on standard data center services that other vpn companies offer. Our services are based on 100% residential internet service providers that typically offer their services in-country to local dsl and cable users. After nearly a decade of offering […]

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Nov

23

Telecom / Residential VPN Services Update

Hi Folks, I have the following updates regarding the IAPS Telecom/Residential VPN Programs. Our residential vpn providers list now has the following providers available: Andorra: Servei de Telecomunicacions d’Andorra Canada: Bell Canada China: China Telecom (Shanghai) Costa Rica: Radiografica Costarricense / RACSA Telecom Greece: Forthnet, S.A. Hong Kong: Netvigator India: Tata Communications Israel: Bezeq International Italy: Tiscali Mexico: Iusacell New Zealand: Voyager Internet New Zealand: Vocus Pty Ltd. Singapore: Tata Communications Slovenia: Tusmobil South Korea: Korea Telecom Spain: Telefonica de Espana Taiwan: Chunghwa Telecom United Arab Emirates: Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company We will continue in our efforts to dominate the globe with our telecom and local isp efforts. Every week […]

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Nov

23

Residential / Local ISP Remote Desktops

Hello, If you are a potential Stars player, or want to play on Stars, then you know that a remote desktop is a sure-fire way of doing that. But what if your provider could give you a remote desktop with a residential internet service provider? Would you be interested? We all know the security checks that Stars does. They primarily look at the ip address that you are using. If it goes back to a server company, a vpn provider, or a proxy provider there is an extremely high chance the account will be locked. But what if you can be guaranteed a dedicated & unshared residential ip address on […]

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Oct

02

IAPS Launches First Telecom Provider in Italy

Hi Folks, It is a very exciting time for us. Today we launched our first Telecom contract in Italy. For as many years as I can remember, IAPS and every other vpn and security provider used data center ip ranges for our services, especially vpn accounts. Today we took the first step to make our services real. IAPS Security Services, L.L.C. has signed a contract with our first residential Telecom provider in Italy: Tiscali. What does this mean for you? This means that the service and the ip address assigned to your account will look as genuine as the guy actually sitting in the country on his local residential internet […]

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Sep

14

Announcement for September 14, 2014

Hi Folks, This update is primarily for poker players. For those of you not aware in the poker world, the new preferred account type for yourselves is the Dedicated SSHv2 Tunnel Package. Please do not confuse this with the shared package. The Dedicated SSHv2 Tunnel Package has so many advantages over traditional vpn’s including a built-in firewall that provides 100% protection against network disconnections and it is far simpler to setup and use over a standard vpn. Besides those two plus factors, you can hardly tell that the Tunnel is there at all. It does not cause any system lag, uses minimal local system resources, and is your absolute guarantee […]

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Aug

27

Secondary Node Diagnosis

Hi Folks, It has come to my attention that one of our secondary node servers has a processor problem whereas it is running too high, continually. We believe that at least one processor fan has blown out and needs to be replaced. The processor in this node is currently running at 85% of its total capacity and severely slowing the node down. We are arranging to have this fixed as soon as possible. As this is a secondary node and not a primary node, only a few select countries will be affected. There are no poker servers on this particular route. I will announce a maintenance window when I have […]

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Aug

27

New U.S. Servers Released

Hi Folks, Due to the tightening grip of the Chinese government and their relentless pursuit of stopping vpn and related services, I have released 5 new additional U.S. servers. These new servers are available for both traditional openvpn usage, as well as SSHv2 tunnel usage. Where there is a will, vpn providers will continue to fight against oppressive governments that intend to silence the people. IAPS will always be there to protect the communications of the common man and woman.

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May

27

Upcoming & Outgoing for July 2014

Hi Folks, We’ve made a lot of changes in the past week regarding our present and future offerings regarding our core services. We’ll first list whats upcoming for July 2014, and we’ll end with whats been permanently shut down. So without further adue, these will be our newest additions in July 2014: Kowloon, Hong Kong New Taipei City, Taiwan Managua, Nicaragua Yangon, Myanmar (Burma) Tripoli, Libya Vientiane, Laos Beirut, Lebanon Tehran, Iran Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Kabul, Afghanistan Donetsk, Ukraine Simferopol, Ukraine Sevastopol, Ukraine Odesa, Ukraine Bologna, Italy Baltimore, Maryland, United States Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States Fairmont, West Virginia, United States Belfast, (Northern Ireland) United Kingdom Now, on to the list […]

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May

12

Call for new Board of Directors

Hi Folks, Today we’re at a new crossroad. It has become time to give up the IAPS U.S. corporate charter and re-register in another jurisdiction that I have in mind. Previously I’ve held a closed company and did not allow investors, stocks, shares, or anything else outside the company. However, with the new incorporation upcoming, I’m holding open the door for corporate partners, investors, and share holders. I will also be looking to form a board of directors as well. I would like to integrate additional personnel for 24 hour a day operations and said personnel would be formed at the discretion of the new board of directors. As IAPS […]

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