When F-Secure Freedome VPN is ON is it possible to access Skygo from within the UK or anywhere in the world? I get message back to me saying ' We can't confirm your location is in the UK. Please try later'.
We have limited possibilities to prevent external 3rd party from blocking us. There are multiple ways how such blocking can be done. For instance, should someone want to block connections coming from our network addresses in their firewall, they are completely free to do so, and they do not need our permission to do that.
There is a post in the Sky forum about Sky and Freedome here. We expect customers to respect the terms of third-party services that they access via our services. The Terms of Service for F-Secure Freedome can be found here: https://www.f-secure.com/en/web/legal_global/terms/freedome.
Our Freedome application provides a safe and private access to the Internet, regardless where you connect from. It protects against “man-in-the-middle” attacks and securely encrypts your connection. Freedome also blocks trackers, prevents access to malicious web sites and gives you the ability to select virtual locations around the world.
I was able to find this post in the Sky forum about Sky and Freedome. There is also another post in our Community about this.
Thank you for your quick response. If F-Secure Freedome VPN is to be worth buying in future it needs to provide proper access to such facilities as Skygo as part of its standard features. I hope the developers will take due note, or sales may come under significant pressure.
I'm not sure why this thread is now shown as 'SOLVED'. It is not solved. I await a solution, so please can you change the designation?
The reason the post was marked as solved is because this is a third party issue and we cannot do anything more to this. The “solved” in this case means other customers can find the answer if they have similar question. Hence we mark the thread as “solved” not the technical problem itself.
As the person asking the question I should be the one permitted to say whether it has been solved. The fact that you ( presumably on behalf of Freedome ) can do this unilaterally makes a mockery of the situation and gives a misleading impression to all readers.