Complete phone cyber security the awesome VPN setting and manual tor switch identity, is an amazing and very usable feature. I linked my phone with my gaming system and ran it off my phones connection boosted with ground cable gave me security against online "booters"(ddos'rs). They brag of how powerful their booters and sniffer (ip puller) but can't find the guy who's ip's are somewhere in Germany, Italy, Russia, and anywhere random and changeable ip so you can change identity at any time at will
sorry... * the older version was better. all what you need was a push on vpn mode button. but now when you press it there is settings page show up everytime and after that you have to press start button also. ** there is a bug with notification bar it's stick on (orbot is starting...) *** the older interface was more easier to get what you need in one page and everything is infront of you
Doesn't work unless you have browsing data allowances on your phone. Otherwise it doesn't break through anything. I thought the point was to bypass your network and give you unlimited free access to Internet. But when you have payed for allowances it keeps the ability to download/upload speeds up. That your network provider would otherwise shut off when you've went over the data limit. So that's something.
What exactly does this mean? And why does it say in the notification panel "network might be monitored"? Warn: you specified a public address 0.0.0.0.5400 for DNSPort other people on internet might find your computer and use as open proxy. Please don't allow this... Which I haven't changed any default settings or allow this. What am I missing?
Two stars for its utility. This app has gone bad. First off it doesn't start off easily, once I'm done and press 'Stop", the app starts glitching between Start and Stop and stays like that until I force stop it.
Last few updates broke it Always says "Orbot is starting..." then never starts. Even if it did work, this UI is horrendous; the old one was fine. Why did you guys have to "fix" what wasn't broken? Stuff like this is why I never update my working apps, because 10 times out of 10, the next update will break them. I hoped you guys were above this and updated anyway.
* Fixes for app selection screen layout and crash bugs
* Fixes for native code crashes for some devices
* updated to OpenSSL 1.0.2j
* FIXED: multi-architecture single build for both ARM and Intel ATOM devices
* FIX: No notification or disappearing notification
* IMPROVED: superuser/root support for transparent proxying
More at: https://gitweb.torproject.org/orbot.git/tree/CHANGELOG