Can digital ocean be used to create an undetected vpn server ?

  • Posted July 26, 2020
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i’m having a hard time tying to use a specific site that almost always defeat/detect when i’m using a VPN (tried ProtonVPN and NordVPN), i even tried a proxy software that was recommended (softether) but sadly it doesn’t work very well…

In few cases it works with proxies from countries like Sweden or Chile but sadly these proxies aren’t available 24/24 nor 7/7

So i heard of algo which can be used to create a personal VPN using a digital ocean machine/server

Should i try or maybe it digital ocean IP will be most likely detected/defeat by the site i’m trying to connect to… ?

Should i keep digging private proxies ? If so can anybody recommend a good place to start looking ? Free proxies if possible like softether, but if it’s not free why not as long as i’m sure it will work most of the time…

Thanks in advance


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Hey @MYC1,

I tried to use DigitalOcean as a VPN with 2 servers and got detected on Netflix, which leads me to the idea you are going to be detected as well.

However, it costs close to none to try yourself as DigitalOcean is pay-as-you-go. You are going to configure the server for a test for about 15 minutes with OpenVPN (

I hope this helps and best of luck if you are going to try.