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Major Updates @ IAPS

Postby Jared » Fri Oct 28, 2016 5:27 pm

Greetings Everyone,

We are very concerned over the last week of seeing an increased amount of both spam messages on skype as well as through email from both past and present clients. This tells us malware, viruses, and damaging software is increasingly finding its way to more and more computers. Please folks, limit your amount of torrenting, don't click on links from unknown email senders, and get yourself proper computer security in the form of anti-malware software, virus protection programs, and firewall security.

IAPS recommends Eset Smart Security 9 for those of you that need tough internet security. Eset Smart Security 9 is what we use and have used for the past 5 years and it has continually proven itself very valuable. If you don't like our recommendation, please do something to protect both yourself and your computer from today's malicious internet threats.

On the lighter side, IAPS has just released a new category in our store area for those of you that are looking for genuine residential remote desktops:

https://www.intl-alliance.com/store/cart.php?gid=38

This new category release features 8 different locations in the United States where you can have a residential remote desktop custom built to your exact liking. You have the ability to select your preferred amount of ram, processing power, operating system, and many other aspects. You also have the ability to select your desired location. This service allows you to build your remote desktop on the power of the Verizon Fios network in the following locations: Chicago, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., Boston, Cleveland, New York City, and Austin.

We have also made these locations available as OpenVPN locations here:
https://www.intl-alliance.com/store/cart.php?gid=37

All of the new Verizon Fios locations are powered by high class hardware resources on very powerful platforms as seen here:
https://gyazo.com/8653421949e94c90a4726449846d792e

We have also overhauled the SSL VPN category and cleaned it up a bit. We have also added the following new countries to that category:

Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Czech Republic, Jordan, Oman, Panama, Peru, Portugal, and Saudi Arabia.

We are still processing new networks in Kenya, Bosnia, Sweden, India, Azerbaijan, Spain, Chile, and Slovakia and will be releasing those networks within the next 48 hours.



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