SRF stream

Discussion in 'Dienste - Fragen & Antworten (Q&A)' started by Diddle24, Mar 5, 2019.

  1. D

    Diddle24 New Member

    Hallo. Ich schau gern auf SRF Sendungen an aber seit einiger Zeit kann ich trotz VPN (Basel oder Zürich) kein SRF mehr über Stream sehen. Es wird hier nur ein technischer Fehler angezeigt.

    Vielen Dank
     
  2. D

    Diddle24 New Member

    Keiner eine Lösung?
     
  3. PP Frank

    PP Frank Staff Member

    SRF wird dann wohl die Server IP‘Äs auf deren Liste gesetzt haben.
     
  4. PRISM

    PRISM Junior Member

    Ich kann das bestätigen. Früher ging's, jetzt geht es nicht mehr.
     
  5. F

    Florian2833z Member

    Mach dir ne vmmit nat, der host nutzt pp und die vm hola vpn
     
  6. D

    Diddle24 New Member

    Danke für Eure Hilfe.

    Meinst du eine Virtuelle mit zb. VMware?

    Was müsste ich da den genau machen? Kannst du mir da weiterhelfen?
     
  7. F

    Florian2833z Member

    Ja
    Lass auf deinem realen PC perfect privacy mit irgendeinem Server laufen, dann erstellst du die virtuelle Maschine und installierst da drinnen hola vpn. Hast du schonmal vmware oder so genutzt?
     
  8. bohumil

    bohumil Member

    Aber hola:

    "We collect the following types of data from you when you use the Services:
    • Log Data: Log data may include the following information- browser type, web pages you visit, time spent on those pages, access times and dates.
    • Personal Information: Personal information is information that may be of a private or sensitive nature, and which identifies or may identify you. The Personal Information we may collect and retain includes your IP address, your name and email address, screen name, payment and billing information or other information we may ask from time to time as will be required for the on-boarding process and services provisioning. When you create an account on the Services you are able to do so by using your credentials with a designated third party website or service ("Third Party Account") such as Gmail®. Doing so will enable you to link your account and your Third Party Account. If you choose this option, a Third Party Account pop-up box will appear that you will need to approve in order to proceed, and which will describe the types of information that we will obtain. This information includes your Personal Information stored on your Third Party Account, such as user-name, email address, profile picture, birth date, gender and preferences. Any Anonymous Information that is specifically connected or linked to any Personal Information, is treated by us as Personal Information, as long as such connection or linkage exists.
    • Registering through social network account: When you register or sign-in to the Services via your social network account (e.g., Facebook, Google+), we will have access to basic information from your social network account, such as your full name, home address, email address, birth date, profile picture, friends list, personal description, as well as any other information you made publicly available on such account or agreed to share with us. At all times, we will abide by the terms, conditions and restrictions of the social network platform."
    https://hola.org/legal/privacy


    Ob es das für das SRF wert ist, halte ich für dahingestellt. :rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:
    Da kannst du doch gleich einen Free Proxy hinter PP klemmen, und das ist wohl das gleiche wenn nicht sogar besser.
     
    Last edited: Mar 13, 2019
  9. F

    Florian2833z Member

    Deswegen ja pp auf dem host, da kann es einem doch egal sein, was hola loggt
     
  10. bohumil

    bohumil Member

    Ich habe mal die hola.app spasseshalber installiert.
    Nicht auf VM, aber was sich da so alles verbinden wollte, hat die Little Snitch zum qualmen gebracht.
    Bin mir nicht sicher ob diese Spyware auf deiner VM doch nicht etwas aus deiner Konfiguration herausquetscht und dich fingerprinted.
    Die Entfernung sämtlicher "hola" Bestandteile vom Rechner war entsprechend aufwendig.
    Ich würde davon die Finger lassen, auch auf einem host.
     
  11. F

    Florian2833z Member

    Naja die VM mit hola drin kann man einfach klatschen
    Auf meinem Host würde ich diesen Mist auch niemals installieren
     
  12. D

    Diddle24 New Member

    Vielen Dank für euer Interesse.

    Muss mir das aber echt erstmal überlegen. Aber nochmals danke.
     
  13. bohumil

    bohumil Member

    "hola" böse ist.

    "Hola
    Im Jahr 2015 wurde festgestellt, dass Hola etwas tut, was kein anderer VPN-Dienst tut: Verwandeln Sie die PCs seiner Benutzer in "Ausgangsknoten", damit andere Hola-Benutzer ihren Verkehr durch diese Knoten leiten können. Hola verkaufte diese Bandbreite an einen Drittanbieter-Dienst. Eine Verletzung, die so ungeheuerlich ist, bringt Hola direkt in die Kategorie der Dienste, die NIEMALS jemals wieder benutzen."
    Anm.: Schlechte Übersetzung

    https://de.tipsandtrics.com/8-bad-vpns-you-must-avoid-protect-your-privacy-769133

     
    Last edited: Mar 13, 2019
  14. bohumil

    bohumil Member

    Noch einer:

    Hola ist gar kein VPN, sondern ein P2P Netzwerk, das ausserdem Bandbreiten seiner Nutzer an "Luminati" verkauft:

    "Hola has to be the dodgiest VPN service in the world. This app has been installed on more than 116 million computers around the globe, by people who don’t realize that Hola isn’t actually a VPN. Hola does not include encryption in its service. Worse still, it doesn’t even provide any servers to act as proxies between its clients and the internet. Instead, Hola customers channel each other’s data. The service uses a peer-to-peer (P2P) model, which is similar to the methods used by torrent downloaders and Skype.

    As Hola is a free service and a “community,” most members don’t mind becoming proxies for each other. However, things get a little less equitable when you find out that Hola allows fee-paying customers to use the network without themselves acting as proxies for others. Worse still, a sister company called Luminati sells high-volume traffic access to the network. As each free member acts as an exit node, their IP addresses can end up being fronts for cybercriminals launching denial of service attacks.

    Hola claims that members only contribute a tiny fraction of their internet bandwidth and that their internet activities are not monitored. However, many members report that their accounts at streaming services and webmail have been hacked shortly after becoming part of the Hola network."

    https://www.vpnanalysis.com/worst-vpns/


    Als VPN Browser Extension:
    "HolaVPN: This extension has been proven to contain malware and exposes users to various risks by connecting them directly to other HolaVPN users. HolaVPN has also been proven to be selling user bandwidth to its parent company Luminati."
    https://www.bestvpn.com/guides/vpn-extension/

    Prost Mahlzeit! :eek:
     
    Last edited: Mar 14, 2019
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