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In this tutorial we’ll show you how to setup your Boxee Box to connect through a VPN connection using the PPTP protocol.


Boxee Box has developed a great user interface and it comes pre-installed with PPTP-based VPN support, so you can use it with Hide My Ass! Pro VPN – fantastic news right?!


Instructions on how to setup VPN on Boxee Box


On your Boxee Box home screen (as shown below), press the menu button to access the main menu.


● Next, navigate to the gearwheel and press enter as shown below.


● Then navigate to “Network” and press enter.


● At “VPN” enter the following information:


– Connection Type: PPTP


– Server: Enter any of the PPTP server IPs you see in the VPN control panel. You will find the PPTP server IPs by navigating to “Download & Setup” > “Connect without software – PPTP & L2TP”


– Account: Your VPN account username


– Password: Your PPTP password (not your HMA! Pro VPN account password), that you will find in the VPN control panel via “Download & Setup” > “Connect without software – PPTP & L2TP


– Encryption required: Must be enabled (checked)


Press “Connect…” and the integrated VPN software in the Boxee Box will attempt to connect to the VPN server.


The Boxee Box will inform you if the connection fails.


When the connection is successful, you will see “Disconnect…” instead of “Connect…”


Now you know how to setup VPN on Boxee Box!


If you have any issues setting up VPN ( on Boxee Box, send us an email so we can help. Check out the Hide My Ass! Help Center for more great tips and tutorials!



Facebook, quite possibly, knows you better than anyone! If you are one of 1.71 billion active Facebook users (at the time of writing) – take a minute and think about some of the data that you’ve freely handed over, such as your name, age, marital status, your birthday, and the languages you speak. Facebook collects more data about you than you’ve had hot dinners, but the information collected is not limited to what you gave when you created your account. You also provide Facebook with data from the pages you ‘like’, and the pages you share. And even once you’re off Facebook, you’re still being tracked! The amount of personal data Facebook knows about you is astounding, but this is why it’s able to provide its service for free.


While users aren’t exactly forced to hand over their personal data and share posts on Facebook, they feel obliged to share their interests – from their favourite music and movies to their political and religious views in order to give friends, acquaintances and family members more insight into their lives, making them feel more connected and to avoid FoMO (Fear of missing out!)


Facebook’s enormous success is due to a number of factors; from keeping it user friendly (privacy settings an exception!), to providing a platform for people to read news, as well as allowing users to find various interest groups and discuss different topics. Sharing information, and by extension, collecting our data is in part what makes Facebook the king of social media.


Facebook is so entwined in our daily lives, that even when we log out (for an hour!), it’s still able to track us by way of small text files, more commonly known as “cookies”. Cookies are able to track and store our online browsing activities, which in turn give advertisers further insight into our interests, helping them to push ads that they believe will be of relevance to us.


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