VPN recommendations?

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  • Timothy
    August 27, 2011
    20 posts

    Has anyone been using a VPN service for a year or more (in China) who has actually been able to reliably/consistently go online (through the VPN)? I've used two VPN services for many months and neither one has provided a reliable internet connection. There have been periods where they worked and LONG periods where they didn't. Recently, my VPN service was unable to connect for weeks! Even now, connecting to the VPN is far from guaranteed. I have to try multiple location options. Sometimes I get lucky and sometimes I don't.

    -Timothy

  • pptakashi
    August 27, 2011
    2 posts

    Strongvpn is the best.
    I always use it and it always works. I've been in China for more then 6 years.... so are experienced with those vpns ;)

    Just check out their website for more information.

    Cheers

  • merior
    August 28, 2011
    70 posts

    I agree strognvpn has a very good reputation. I am occasionally (no more than once every couple of months) unable to connect to Strongvpn for a short time but I suspect that could be the distant server rather than targetted blocking at this end. If you have problems then you can always switch to a different server (I've never felt the need to) depending on the terms of your package. Connection speed is generally pretty good and they even offer a typically higher level of encription than I've seen offered by other VPNs depending on the package you've opted for.

  • sonyfaye
    August 29, 2011
    3 posts

    Atrill, try it

  • Ivan the terrible
    August 30, 2011
    9 posts

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  • HopBacker
    August 31, 2011
    6 posts

    UnblockVPN has worked great for me for the last year or so. $4.99 a month with unlimited use. They have about a dozen gateways in Europe and the USA, so if one is down, it's easy to switch. I tried various free services before choosing UnblockVPN, all of them pretty useless here. But these guys provide a consistent service, and actually reply to support e-mail requests.

  • HopBacker
    August 31, 2011
    6 posts

    BTW, one of the problems with these generic VPN connections in China is that with an internet connection that has less than 4Mb bandwidth (that's a joke in itself in China, but another story...) is likely to be too slow to maintain a strong connection with the VPN server. The main reason for this seems to be that most ISPs don't have dedicated international pipes, and simply rent a slice that they have to share (and therefore so do you). I was running for a while with a 2Mb internet connection with China Telecom, and it was damn' near impossible to keep a reliable VPN. I switched to Unicom at 4Mb and it was fine.

    So don't blame it all on the VPN service - check out exactly what kind of internet connection you have and its practical bandwidth capacity with international traffic before choosing.

  • invisible
    November 2, 2011
    1534 posts

    astrill seems ok

  • Xirosiro
    November 3, 2011
    1 post

    Try using http://overplay.net/r.php?i=4284684319.

    I've been using Overplay for about a year now and, compared to other VPNs, it provides the most consistent service and is fast. The best part is their customer service. They're very fast and try to help you as much as possible so that your experience is the best it can be. For all the games I've tried thus far, you can get past their IP block using it.

    If you have any questions, feel free to ask!

  • MinaLC
    November 14, 2011
    14 posts

    Pretty happy with Astrill so far...

  • invisible
    April 5, 2012
    1534 posts

    you could (if you are not too lazy like me) set up your own VPN via Amazon web services

    First year for free
    http://aws.amazon.com/free/

    here is a DIY tutorial
    http://www.expedienttech.net/?p=68

  • piglet44
    April 20, 2012
    21 posts

    Astrill support is good

  • ps_striker
    August 22, 2012
    8 posts

    PURE VPN has always worked for me. Also their online customer service is very good.

  • DoubleD
    August 22, 2012
    2 posts

    FREE is maybe my favorite English word with DISCOUNT coming in as a close second. I have an American IT friend in Shenzhen who has been in China for eight years. He recently recommended using the FREE BASIC VPN service (300 kbps) provided by proXPN. He said he's been using it for about four years and had nothing but good to say.

    I took his advice and recently downloaded. You can set it for auto-log-in or only use when you need. If you use QQ voice a lot, using it can cause delays, since without using a VPN, QQ does not need to pass through the "Great Firewall".

    Their website is http://proxpn.com/. The download process is very simple and easy and within minutes, you can create a simple account with any active email address you choose and your password. They will then send you a verification message to your registered email address. After I downloaded, I then did a McAfee virus scan and no issues were detected.

    I am not a Gamer or downloading movies and music, so maybe this bandwidth will not suit some people who may need to pay. Their Free Basic version allows me to do the simple things I personally need to do. Furthermore, if you pay for larger bandwidth, maybe your ISP still has a small bandwidth making it useless to pay.

    One word of advice is always ignore their upgrading pop-ups or prompts to pay for Premium. It is not needed, especially when registering since this is one of the first windows you see and can be confusing. Just click past this for the Free Basic.

    Good luck!

  • invisible
    September 29, 2012
    1534 posts

    another way to get a free vpn

    http://mrjetlee.com/facebook-from-china/

  • alex38
    October 25, 2012
    1 post

    I use encrypted tunnel of http://pirateray.com/proxy to access any website,fb or Skype whenever I travel. Works good with any browser on wireless connections as well. Very easy to install and free to try 1 week.
    Just $ 4.99/month via paypal.

  • crissagreem
    October 25, 2012
    4 posts

    I use StrongVPN for more than a year. It can be installed in your router so full vpn for whole house. And can be installed in cellphone, IPAD, and other Tablet Computer.

    More Expensive Package of StrongVPN also can bypass website blocked by your School, office. So you can watch porn in school, play game in office.

  • foxlinkinc
    December 17, 2012
    3 posts

    If it's free you're after try http://download.cnet.com/freegate/3000-2085_4-10415391.html it's completely free, can be run from a USB stick and if you access the website they have VPN for IOS (iPhone/iPad) and android

  • foxlinkinc
    December 17, 2012
    3 posts

    If it's free you're after try http://download.cnet.com/freegate/3000-2085_4-10415391.html it's completely free, can be run from a USB stick and if you access the website they have VPN for IOS (iPhone/iPad) and android

  • Bride
    December 17, 2012
    2 posts

    Hello friends,
    first i want share this link for a big news about GreatFirewall:

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2012/dec/14/china-tightens-great-firewall-internet-control

    FREE VPN SERVICE
    http://www.dit-inc.us/freegate
    http://cloudnymous.com
    http://www.kepard.com (only 30minutes every day)

    VPN SERVICE that I SUGGEST
    http://vpn-hk1.reliablehosting.com/strongvpn
    http://www.overplay.net
    http://www.usessh001.com
    http://vpn.hidemyass.com/vpncontrol/signin

    VPN SERVICE AVAILABLE
    http://www.vpning.com/index.php
    http://billing.julyrush.com/index.php
    http://www.ibvpn.com

    I'm checking for SSH tunneling because maybe it's a way for jump Great Firewall in China...
    See you!

  • invisible
    December 20, 2012
    1534 posts

    cyberghost seems to be another free option but i haven't tried it yet.

  • invisible
    January 27, 2013
    1534 posts

    anyone tried hola? it's proxy as a browser extension for hulu and netflix, but it doesn't seem to work for me

    http://hola.org/unblocker.html

  • Aireline
    January 28, 2013
    106 posts

    Astrill, once I signed up I had to ask myself "Why was I being such a cheapskate before?" 400 rmb for a year, that's just over 1 rmb per day!
    No limits, very fast, no hassles.

  • invisible
    March 13, 2013
    1534 posts

    a list of free vpn servers

    http://www.vpngate.net/en/#LIST

  • Aireline
    July 10, 2013
    106 posts

    My astrill subscription just ran out and because I don't have my credit card to hand I tried out the vpn that invisible mentioned. It works perfectly, check it out:

    http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XNDU1MDAyMjgw.html

  • invisible
    July 10, 2013
    1534 posts

    @aireline

    wow i'm surprised youku approved of the video. how does the freebie vpn compare to astrill in terms of speed and reliability?

  • Aireline
    July 11, 2013
    106 posts

    I've been having problems with Astrill for a few weeks, constantly having to switch servers. Been using this for about four hours, no complaints thus far. Unless something happens, I have no reason to buy astrill again.

  • ConstantWanderer
    July 11, 2013
    46 posts

    Astrill.

  • invisible
    July 18, 2013
    1534 posts

    astrill has been a bit sketchy recently

  • zafonic
    July 18, 2013
    7 posts

    I've not had any problems with astrill and use it across multiple devices.

  • invisible
    August 11, 2013
    1534 posts

    astrill seems like it's back to stable now.

  • Chengdooexpat
    September 9, 2013
    1 post

    I have used http://vpnprivacy.com in Baoding, Chengdoo and Beijing.

    Worked good and stable.

    I can recommend their VPN to all Chinese expats.

  • Andy-M
    September 11, 2013
    3 posts

    Suggest against PureVPN and Astrill. I guess those users aren't experienced with other VPNs. Though they DO work if you have patience and time to experiment.

    If you're short of time, ExpressVPN is more expensive, BUT quick.

    Others, such as StrongVpn, I can't comment on.

  • Aireline
    September 12, 2013
    106 posts

    I think it's more down to in some places they work, in others they don't.

    They goagent one is perfect because it doesn't slow my connection at all and it's free.

  • nubestechno
    October 15, 2013
    1 post

    please try nubesvpn . it cost only 5 usd per month

    please ask for demo before buy
    nubesvpn.com

  • akclau
    November 11, 2013
    1 post

    Astrill:
    Pros - Lots of servers, lots of options, supports just about every VPN protocol on earth, you can buy their router.
    Cons - Too much hassle during sign up. Need to enter full contact details and verify your mobile number! Not cheap.

    StrongVPN:
    Pros - Lots of servers, been around forever.
    Cons - Gosh... which package should I choose! So many options! Not cheap.

    SenVPN:
    Pros - Simple sign up, free trial available, cheaper, for me it works just as well.
    Cons - Only support PPTP & L2TP/IPSec, less servers.

    Tonns of other - have not tried.

  • Noah75
    December 3, 2013
    1 post

    Last time I was in China I was there for three months and I used a proxy to access Facebook in China http://www.proxy-center.com What I found helpful with this proxy was that it is so easy to sign up, and I was able to use the free trial without giving over any credit card information. Personally, that's what bought my trust, and I was right. It served it's purpose very well (Facebook, Twitter YouTube and Gmail mostly) and the support team was great when I had a minor question.

  • Aireline
    December 4, 2013
    106 posts

    I know earlier I said I used to use Astrill but then stopped; well I've signed up again after trying the trial and being impressed with the improvements. I got their black friday deal which got the vpn for $5 per month plus the pro addon for free (worth another $5 per month.)

    The speed is great, a ton of servers and now my girlfriend can use it for free too.

    Check it out here: http://www.astrill.com/trial/98e87852a5a6d

  • anni_18
    December 7, 2013
    5 posts

    Astrill, count the votes

  • MightyPanda
    December 7, 2013
    3 posts

    If you are tight on budget, you might want to try http://www.quasinetwork.com/

    On the con side:

    The connection is not always steady - but when it is it is pretty fast. Depends on server workload.

    On the pro side:

    6 Months Access comes for as cheap as $7.20
    I don't think any other service can beat that.

  • Aireline
    December 8, 2013
    106 posts

    I feel I sound like a dick saying this, but Astrill is $6.66 per month if you buy six months :/

  • invisible
    December 8, 2013
    1534 posts

    astrill has been sketchy for me recently. have to switch servers more than once daily.

  • Aireline
    December 8, 2013
    106 posts

    Which server do you use?

  • Akan007
    December 8, 2013
    2 posts

    Hey,

    No need to spend money with VPN, better to use TOR [https://www.torproject.org/‎]

    100% free and a door to go in deepth internet...

  • invisible
    December 9, 2013
    1534 posts

    @akan

    i doubt you actually run it in China do you?

    @aireline
    until recently i sticked to the standard los angeles and dallas, but now i
    have to switch all the time for reasons that are beyond me.

  • Akan007
    December 9, 2013
    2 posts

    @invisible
    I do run it in China without any troubles indeed...

  • invisible
    December 9, 2013
    1534 posts

    @akan

    I guess the interesting answer for most less patient and not-so-computer savvy is not to enter the darknet but facetube & gmail.

  • melindaxie
    January 10, 2014
    1 post

    http://www.bucklor.com is a website for VPN Service, I just found it from an site, its service cool. Each new customer will enjoy 10 days free trail first.

  • SecretSquirrel
    January 10, 2014
    7 posts

    I'm becoming more and more frustrated with the Internet in China. Is there a geek (meant with respect) who can explain what I need and implement - for me? Yes, I am a Luddite but I'm happy to pay someone for a real working internet service/system. Best wishes, 1853085967@qq.com

  • invisible
    February 27, 2014
    1534 posts

    can't even login into astrill now, and i'm not the only one. guess it got a bit too big to be ignored and is currently behind in the cat-and-mouse game. so go with something else, at least for the moment.

  • SadeqAmeenAbed
    February 27, 2014
    19 posts

    @invisible I don't know what you are talking about, I've been using Astril for the past 8 months and I never have problems connecting, are you using their app? basically whenever a server is down all you need is to chose another one and in most cases choosing open web instead of open vpn solves it :)

  • invisible
    February 27, 2014
    1534 posts

    @sadeq

    today it's down as in cannot connect

    http://shanghaiist.com/2014/02/27/vpn-astrill-temporarily-down.php

    and last months connections are slow and sketchy

  • SadeqAmeenAbed
    February 27, 2014
    19 posts

    @invisible

    you're correct, just tried connecting and failed no matter what I did, let's hope they fix it fast I need youtube

  • macro
    February 27, 2014
    6 posts

    The article says there is a problem with the API servers, but my other vpn services are not working either. Is any vpn service working for you guys?

  • invisible
    February 27, 2014
    1534 posts

    From the Astrill site

    https://www.astrill.com/

    SORRY :(

    Our web site is temporarily down due to a technical problem.

    We are working to fix the problem as soon as possible.

    Thank you for your patience !

  • invisible
    February 27, 2014
    1534 posts

    it's back. log in was successful

    > We have restored access to OpenWeb service. In the next few hours we will restore OpenVPN/StealthVPN.

    https://twitter.com/search?q=astrill&src=typd

    but their site is still empty

  • Aireline
    February 28, 2014
    106 posts

    And oddly it now says

    Account expires: never

    :D

  • invisible
    March 1, 2014
    1534 posts

    that changed already. at least now we know how long never lasts in the astrillverse. about a day. However according to their twitter

    >As a gift from Astrill, all customers are credited with StealthVPN addon for free for the whole duration of their accounts.

    i've tried this option, but the stealth doesn't work for me and i'm not in the mood to investigate.

  • Aireline
    March 1, 2014
    106 posts

    Also got credited with an extra two weeks of account time :)

  • dali_2011
    March 3, 2014
    6 posts

    try this: www.bob-vpn.net

  • GuyinChengdu
    March 7, 2014
    2 posts

    Shame, shame, shame on all of you! I am shocked, appalled, and thoroughly disgusted by your use of VPNs!!!!!!

    But if you are looking for suggestions I have "a friend" who has been pretty happy with VPninja. He got tired of the "free" Vpns cause they always get blocked. Except for the fact that you may have to try a few different servers before you get a nice fast connection he has been happy. And if you are here long enough the 12 plan is $4.83/ month. Also that allows you to have two computers running the account at the same time. Whis is cool. If you aren't here that long though, you can usually get away getting a refund of the remaining amount. You just simply let them know their service is no longer working. Most companies will have a money back guarantee on remaining service time if it is no longer working for you. Its seems to be that either they don't want to waste the time verifying it, or simply don't have a way to do so. So he has always received the full-credit for x months not used.

    I personally think its just terrible you want to use a VPN. Oh and I think they still have the "buddy system." For everyone you help sign up you are credited time. Just in case, please put down MY account as who recommended you!!! GuyinChina I thank you, opps I mean "my friend" thanks you and hopes this helped. Happy surfing!!!!

  • JennyLo81
    April 8, 2014
    1 post

    I recommend using a secure proxy, and a China proxy that offers a free trial. Here is a step by step guide that will help you access Facebook in China in minutes: http://www.how-to-access.com/how-to-access-facebook-in-china

  • BrendanMourice
    April 10, 2014
    2 posts

    I have been surfing and browsing all sites anonymously and securely with http://www.sunvpn.com/. It allows my computer to bypass ISP restriction all over the world which gives you the capability to access those blocked websites.

  • ToriBaird
    January 9, 2015
    1 post

    Hi. If you are having problem with the internet restrictions. I might be able to help you out. I was able to bypass the internet filters. I've been looking for answers regarding internet restrictions wherein I can't open some sites. Until my friend recommended me this http://www.sunvpn.net/ . It really worked.

  • jimmydurant
    March 3, 2015
    2 posts

    You could try

    http://overplay.net/r.php?i=4284684319.

    I've been using Overplay for almost 3 years and, compared to other VPNs, it provides the most consistent service and is fast. The best part is their customer service. They're very fast and try to help you as much as possible so that your experience is the best it can be. For all the games I've tried thus far, you can get past their IP block using it. I created an article review in my blog http://www.laaneservice.dk

  • invisible
    March 13, 2015
    1534 posts

    Anyone tried tunnelbear in China?

    https://www.tunnelbear.com/pricing/

    They claim to offer 500MB of free data each and every month for cheapos.

  • Mr. CB
    May 13, 2015
    1 post

    If you're a little more tech-savvy you can use a VPS (virtual private server).
    Mine has 500GB of monthly traffic and a decent US-China speed (~500kbps). It has 40GB of storage and a ridiculous local speed (~50MB), so I use it for torrenting too. All for just USD$2.5 a month, way cheaper than a VPN.

    Google "cheap VPS" to find a few providers.

  • dida00
    May 15, 2015
    2 posts

    Honestly I am using a reliable VPN service provider http://www.vpnfaqs.com/2014/11/china-vpn-ip/. It is the best VPN over SSH to bypass Great Firewall of China with high security and anonymity. Using SSH encryption is similar to SSL normal encryption so you can't be banned.

  • invisible
    February 18, 2016
    1534 posts

    That One Privacy Guy's VPN Comparison Chart

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1FJTvWT5RHFSYuEoFVpAeQjuQPU4BVzbOigT0xebxTOw/edit#gid=0

  • invisible
    March 22, 2016
    1534 posts

    Vyprvpn has a free 30-day trial, but it's limited to 500MB (basically just email checking)

    I've heard the vasic version has issues with Netflix. Anyone tried the biz versions?

    https://www.goldenfrog.com/vyprvpn/buy-vpn

  • Dolivent
    March 26, 2016
    6 posts

    For ios

    (or Android maybe idk) download Betternet from the app store.
    For Desktop, use free trial of Global VPN (or any other service with trial period). Connect to VPN and then download Betternet chrome extension or any other of the services they provide.

  • Dolivent
    March 26, 2016
    6 posts

    Betternet is a free VPN servies and is funded by the users choosing to support the betternet by downloading and watching sponsorship adds. having downloaded about 50 VPNs on my first day in china, i think this is the best one.

  • JontyRhodes
    April 5, 2016
    2 posts

    Expressvpn is the best.Although expensive than the competition it's the best working vpn in China.I've been using it for over an year now . According to several sites like greycoder,vpndada,startuplivingchina it is being rated as number 1 vpn in China.They've also got 30 day money back guarantee if you are not satisfied.Sign up for Expressvpn with this link & we both get 30 free days!

    https://www.expressvpn.xyz?referrer_id=8498770&utm_campaign=referrals&utm_medium=copy_link&utm_source=referral_dashboard

  • thinkmcfly
    April 8, 2016
    3 posts

    Can you refrain from posting direct links and names of these services? A lot of people have lost a bunch of money because @st rill stopped working. Posting information is helpful, but being so obvious about it makes it difficult for everyone. You could at least ask people who send you their email address.

  • invisible
    April 22, 2016
    1534 posts

    There is an integrated "free" VPN in the new Opera browser dev editions.

    http://www.tripwire.com/state-of-security/featured/opera-vpn/

    But I haven't tested it since i deinstalled opera after it was purchased by a Chinese software company for security reasons.

  • Apeeeeee
    May 4, 2016
    6 posts

    Well,
    Astrill VPN or Express VPN will be good options, but lately Astrill can not be used on mobile anymore... Need to wait it be fixed.
    You have to know that there is no free app could work better than the costs ones;)

  • invisible
    May 24, 2016
    1534 posts

    As Astrill seems to not just give a damn anymore and customer service being underwhelming in their help I bought a 1 month ExpressVPN with Bitcoin.

    Took me a couple of reinstalls and several customer support interactions before they send me a download link to a rather old installer version that works. Still there are websites that I can't open, and some only work temporary. Speeds are not impressive either. Expensive, slow and buggy. Meh I think I will ask for for the money back (30-day money back guarantee).

    Next please

  • JontyRhodes
    June 29, 2016
    2 posts

    I thought you guys might be interested in Express VPN.If you use the below link to sign up both of us gets an extra month free.
    https://www.expressvpn.xyz?utm_campaign=refer_friends&utm_medium=email&utm_content=ios_app_tellyourfriends_email&utm_source=ios_app&referrer_id=8498770

  • invisible
    July 8, 2016
    1534 posts

    When signing up with another small or new VPN consider your data safety and avoid all offers that use PPTP protocol - it's not safe at all.

    @JontyRhodes

    We already figured that ExpressVPN has a crappy, inferior, most overpriced product. Only their customer service is still better than Astrill (not much of an achievement).

  • sarahparker89
    July 12, 2016
    1 post

    ASTRILL

    Astrill is a great VPN service. I use it and I recommend it to to others too.

    Many best features it has... I can't list them all here.

    Try it on your own!

  • invisible
    July 14, 2016
    1534 posts

    @sarahparker89

    Why don't you disclose that you are actually working for Astrill?

    You know it's really sad when you have to screen the net and do awfully executed social networking campaigns just to rescue your crappy reputation.

    Btw my Astrill account got suspended several times with no reasons given, today again - really shady. Btw here is another thread on crappy Astrill

    http://www.gochengdoo.com/en/forums/thread/8196/astrill_still_good_in_cd

  • Obatang
    July 27, 2016
    5 posts

    vpn was out of style, I use lantern!

  • invisible
    September 19, 2016
    1534 posts

    Haven't tried it yet but might be a backup option just in case

    https://www.tunnelbear.com

    Technically not a VPN, but encrypted proxy. First 500MB per month a free.

  • hotmetaldobermans
    September 21, 2016
    4 posts

    Sign up for Astrill, but be sure to also get their secondary round of "Stealth" VPN services.

    This gets you basically 2 sets of VPN servers, in case one doesn't work.

    Their support is really great, too, despite harshness about sharing their fixes lately.

    Top notch.

    Been a customer 5 years.

  • erikacc
    September 27, 2016
    10 posts

    Have you tried a app called VPN Master? It works well.

  • invisible
    December 19, 2016
    1534 posts

    I see pureVPN is handing out massive discounts for xmas now

    https://www.purevpn.com/order

    Any recent experiences with them?

    I'm curious about the add-ons the NAT firewall...

  • lilimina
    December 30, 2016
    1 post

    Here https://www.vpnanswers.com/5-security-steps-to-stay-safe-on-public-wifi-networks/

    you can find many steps you need to follow to ensure your online privacy and using VPN service is the most essential step for protecting your identity and encrypting online movements and all of transmitted data to be able to get into public WiFi without being worried.

  • Tips for China
    January 17, 2017
    1 post

    Check this page for some VPNs that are still working good in China in 2017. You can also find the recommended server locations to use for each VPN if you are using China Telecom. https://www.tipsforchina.com/best-vpn-for-china.html

  • lingli
    January 19, 2017
    1 post

    Psiphon(foc). If you want a better vpn you may try netpas (have to pay), it is also a net booster.

  • Godfather62
    January 31, 2017
    1 post

    I have been using Astrill for two years now. They are always reliable. It is also easy to set up.

  • dali_2011
    January 31, 2017
    6 posts

    try this one,fast, stable
    https://ss.gogovpn.org/en

  • invisible
    February 7, 2017
    1534 posts

    @Godfather62 astrill was down spring festival 2016 for like 1 or 2 weeks

    @hotmetaldobermans

    without Stealth which afair costs extra astrill is unuseable imho

    The truth is no vpn will give you your money back if they are blocked so the smart move (especially considering the future development on the grand chessboard) is redundancy. Have one or more backup option in case your main VPN is down, some VPNs offer you the option to share access with others.

  • merior
    February 16, 2017
    70 posts

    @invisible - As Astrill has already commented, the more you mention the name of successful/popular vpn services on a BBS then the more likely they are to be blocked. So have fun during the annual conference next month.

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