Thursday, May 17, 2012

Spotflux Burns Territorial Website Restrictions

I've been looking for solutions on how I can resolve the "You have been removed from the game" crap of Diabo III and I stumbled upon on a website called Spotflux.


Spotflux is a free software (well at least for now it's free) that let's you hide your IP (or reroute them) when browsing the internet.  As you can see in the image above "Spotflux is a more private, safe, and free internet experience" which means you can actually browse those websites that you normally couldn't browse cause of location restrictions.  Yay freedom!

The installer is about 7.2MB (well at least for the Mac it's that small) and it's very easy to install.  When you're finished installing just launch the shortcut and enable Spotflux.

Now that it's enabled, I tried logging on to Pandora.com (it's been more than a year since I last logged in D:) which is one of the territorial websites (other examples are Hulu.com, some videos on Youtube and Netflix) in the world wide web.  As a point of comparison, this is what you would normally get  when you access Pandora.com outside the US and other countries it is available to.
Boo!

With Spotflux enabled..
Yay!

I'm extremely happy!  Now we can access those websites that are only available in some parts of the world.  I don't know if there's a 'catch' to this awesomeness but hey I'll enjoy it while it's new and "free."  Thank you Spotflux. You are blowing my mind. 

Get it and experience freedom!

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