Ipvanish the api responded but

Эта страница отображается в тех случаях, когда автоматическими системами Google регистрируются исходящие из вашей сети запросы, которые нарушают Условия использования. Страница перестанет отображаться после того, как эти запросы прекратятся. До этого момента для использования служб Google необходимо проходить проверку по слову.

IpVanish blocked by ISP

IPVanish seems to be blocked by my ISP and I’m strugging to find a way around it. When I try to log into the application on my PC I get an error saying “the API responded but there is no data in the response”

I thought configuring it through OpenVPN would solve the issue but it hasn’t. When trying to connect to a server I am stuck connecting, when I check the logs it days there is a TLS handshake error.

I can’t even browse to the IPVanish web page so I think there is some URL filtering going on, anybody know if there is anyway round this? It’s weird because some free VPN apps such as VPN360 work on my phone when connecting tot he network, but its frustrating as I have a paid sub with IPVanish.

I am a student living in a rented house so its not as easy as ringing up vodafone (the provider) and asking them about it. And i cba having a conversation with my landlord regarding it.

Anbody have any ideas??

Ipvanish the api responded but

Об этой странице

Мы зарегистрировали подозрительный трафик, исходящий из вашей сети. С помощью этой страницы мы сможем определить, что запросы отправляете именно вы, а не робот. Почему это могло произойти?

Эта страница отображается в тех случаях, когда автоматическими системами Google регистрируются исходящие из вашей сети запросы, которые нарушают Условия использования. Страница перестанет отображаться после того, как эти запросы прекратятся. До этого момента для использования служб Google необходимо проходить проверку по слову.

Источником запросов может служить вредоносное ПО, подключаемые модули браузера или скрипт, настроенный на автоматических рассылку запросов. Если вы используете общий доступ в Интернет, проблема может быть с компьютером с таким же IP-адресом, как у вас. Обратитесь к своему системному администратору. Подробнее.

Проверка по слову может также появляться, если вы вводите сложные запросы, обычно распространяемые автоматизированными системами, или же вводите запросы очень часто.

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Command line tool to display and sort fastest IPVanish VPN servers

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README.md

IPVanish Command Line Tool

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What It Does

It makes a call to IPVanish API for a list of current server statuses.

r = requests.get('https://www.ipvanish.com/api/servers.geojson') 

It wraps it in a bunch of argparse command line “helpies”. It also caches the response and reloads it only if 120 seconds have passed since the last API call. The source file is about ~200 lines of Python 3 code in a single script. The project uses requests and appdirs packages (for cross-platform implementation of user-app cache folder).

To be honest, this script is dumb as 2 cents, but it solves a problem of quickly listing IPVanish servers.

Use Cases (when to use it)

  • Get the whole list of servers: ipvanish
  • Filter by country code: ipvanish CH or ipvanish US or whatever
  • Filter by country name: ipvanish States
  • Filter by town name: ipvanish Seattle
  • Filter by region code: ipvanish WA
  • Filter by continent code: ipvanish EU
  • Sort by latency (capacity), fastest first: ipvanish -l
  • Show first 10 servers from search results: ipvanish States -n 10
  • Show only the servers that are online: ipvanish -o
  • Show this help message: ipvanish -h

User Stories (how do you actually use it)

Quickly, show me top 10 least loaded online VPN servers in Frankfurt:

ipvanish Frankfurt -lo -n 10 # after 2-3 seconds of wait. Requesting servers status from IPVanish. API response is cached. Frankfurt, Germany fra-a27.ipvanish.com 5% capacity Frankfurt, Germany fra-a33.ipvanish.com 5% capacity Frankfurt, Germany fra-a34.ipvanish.com 5% capacity Frankfurt, Germany fra-a38.ipvanish.com 5% capacity Frankfurt, Germany fra-a43.ipvanish.com 5% capacity Frankfurt, Germany fra-a47.ipvanish.com 5% capacity Frankfurt, Germany fra-a52.ipvanish.com 5% capacity Frankfurt, Germany fra-a56.ipvanish.com 5% capacity Frankfurt, Germany fra-a02.ipvanish.com 6% capacity Frankfurt, Germany fra-a04.ipvanish.com 6% capacity 

Okay, great. Now show me first 30 VPN servers from USA. But do it faster, dammit, are you mining Bitcoin there?

ipvanish States -n 30 # after 0 seconds of wait (because API response is cached). Cache is still fresh. Reusing downloaded API response. Seattle, United States sea-a01.ipvanish.com 42% capacity Miami, United States mia-a02.ipvanish.com 37% capacity Los Angeles, United States lax-a02.ipvanish.com 34% capacity Chicago, United States chi-a04.ipvanish.com 54% capacity San Jose, United States sjc-a01.ipvanish.com 33% capacity Ashburn, United States iad-a02.ipvanish.com 52% capacity Phoenix, United States phx-a01.ipvanish.com 47% capacity Atlanta, United States atl-a03.ipvanish.com 48% capacity New York, United States nyc-a03.ipvanish.com 46% capacity Dallas, United States dal-a02.ipvanish.com 51% capacity San Jose, United States sjc-a03.ipvanish.com 35% capacity Seattle, United States sea-a02.ipvanish.com 37% capacity Atlanta, United States atl-a02.ipvanish.com 56% capacity Phoenix, United States phx-a02.ipvanish.com 34% capacity San Jose, United States sjc-a02.ipvanish.com 34% capacity Los Angeles, United States lax-a03.ipvanish.com 39% capacity Miami, United States mia-a04.ipvanish.com 28% capacity Chicago, United States chi-a02.ipvanish.com 59% capacity Seattle, United States sea-a03.ipvanish.com 31% capacity Miami, United States mia-a03.ipvanish.com 36% capacity New York, United States nyc-a04.ipvanish.com 46% capacity Chicago, United States chi-a01.ipvanish.com 62% capacity New York, United States nyc-a01.ipvanish.com 80% capacity San Jose, United States sjc-a04.ipvanish.com 43% capacity Chicago, United States chi-a03.ipvanish.com 56% capacity Ashburn, United States iad-a01.ipvanish.com 62% capacity Los Angeles, United States lax-a01.ipvanish.com 61% capacity New York, United States nyc-a02.ipvanish.com 47% capacity Miami, United States mia-a01.ipvanish.com 36% capacity Atlanta, United States atl-a01.ipvanish.com 65% capacity 

Installation

Dependencies

  • python 3
  • requests
  • appdirs

MacOS X

If you don’t have Python 3, then you need to install it using Homebrew.