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Kodi media center, Mobdro and all apk files installed are free software. The add-ons within Kodi are also free and created by third party developers and may still be under development. Intermittent functionality may be encountered for particular apk files, add-ons and sources. Add-ons will occasionally go down for repair or updates and they sometimes can take weeks to come back up. Streams might not work from time to time. Dead links can and do often remain in menus. Streams can quit at anytime, even in the middle of watching them. The function or quality of any specific source or the number of functional sources cannot be guaranteed by me or any other seller. Other apps on the firestick’s home screen may be paid apps and not subject to unlocking or jailbreaking. It is recommended to only watch content you pay for. Kodi 18.5 Addons and other apps are not a 100% seamless viewing solution and minor issues with various sources are sure to be encountered. We have no control over Mobdro, Kodi Addons or additional add-ons and apps. These apps get data by streaming over the internet, as developers update streams, functionality may change. Pictures shown may not be 100% identical to what is received as developers can make changes and small updates become necessary, but all listed addons will be installed. I am configuring the firestick with apk files and add-ons that are well maintained and I believe will give you the best possible overall viewing experience. All images contained within the ad are copyright protected and may not be used without my permission.

How to install Tempest Kodi addon

Tempest Kodi addon takes only a couple of minutes to install. However, you must first set up your Kodi to allow its installation. That you can do by following the steps below:

#1. Launch Kodi app. Next, click the gear icon on the top-left and open the Kodi Settings

#2. Open System if you use Kodi 18 Leia. If you have Kodi 17.6, click System settings instead

#3. Select Add-ons option and if Unknown Sources is disabled, turn it ON

#4. Next, click Yes when you see the following warning. Don’t worry about it. Tempest Kodi addon is safe


You have set up Kodi to install any third-party addon including Tempest. We will get started now.


Tempest Addon: Installation Steps

Here are the steps to install Tempest addon on Kodi:

#1. Click Settings on the home-screen of Kodi again

#2. Choose File manager





#3. Click and open Add source on the next window

#4. Click the spot on the next window where you see <None>





#5. Enter the source link https://tempest0580.github.io/ on the next screen exactly as I have provided
Click OK





#6. Highlight the text box that says Enter a name for this media source. In this box, type the name of the source, which could be anything you like. Say, I choose tempest

Click OK when your screen looks like the following image

Up until this point, you supplied Kodi with the source link. Now we use this link to install the Tempest Repo


#7. Press back repeatedly until you are back to the home-screen of Kodi
Click Add-ons option on the left





#8. On the top-left of the screen, you will see an open-box button/icon. It is Package installer. Click it





#9. Select Install from zip file next





#10. Go ahead and click tempest or the name you typed in when you added the source





#11. Click the repository.tempest-x.x.x.zip file that you see on the next screen.

When I was writing this guide, the version number of this file was 0.0.3. If it has changed, click it anyway.





#12. Now, wait for the Tempest Repo to install. You will see the allation confirmation sliding out from the top-right


Tempest Repo has been installed. We will now install the Tempest Kodi addon from the repo

#13. On the same window, click Install from repository





#14. Open Tempest Repo





#15. Click Video add-ons





#16. Open Tempest

#17. Click Install button (on the bottom-right)





#18. If you have Kodi 18, click OK when the following prompt is displayed. Kodi 17.6 users will not see this prompt

#19. Wait for the notification Tempest Add-on installed to be displayed on the top-right of the screen. This confirms that Tempest addon has been successfully installed on Kodi

The Tempest Addon is successfully installed on your device.

What is a VPN?

A VPN is an Internet privacy and security service rapidly growing in popularity as people recognize its necessity.

VPNs encrypt all your data then route your Internet connection through a private server. These services support you in hiding your identity, location, online activities, and data.

Virtual private networks are required tools if you value security and privacy. This is due to Internet diversification—growing exponentially into areas of the human psyche most of us would rather avoid.

Also, the activity of corporate control over lawmakers steadily erodes personal freedoms online. When a corporation stops growing, it loses investors and dies. Their growth requirement inevitably leads to profiteering activity. This legalization of profiteering activity also makes necessary the support of secure VPN services for privacy and protection.

Your iOS and Android smartphone, Windows, and MacOS devices are listening to everything you say and tracking everything you do. Corporate lobbyists have made this perfectly legal. Corporate marketers have even convinced most people this invasion of privacy is good for them.

The best VPNs let you have the convenient support of Internet services and devices without loss of privacy.

Can You Explain VPN in Easily Understood Terms?

Explaining how VPNs work to protect privacy by using only technically correct words usually gets me a lot of blank stares, so I’ve found a way to simplify the explanation.

I’ll describe this as a trip to the shopping mall without anyone seeing you, what shops you’re going to, what you purchase, where you came from, or even if you went to the mall at all.

First, let me introduce the basic privacy components of an encrypted tunnel (VPN service).

VPN Components Explained

I like to think of VPN service as two network security tools working together to protect and hide your private data, local IP address, and all your online activities from any privacy invasion. These are each very easy to explain with a few artistic liberties taken.

VPN service is actually provided by two apps. One, the local client, is installed on your network access device and the other on a remote Internet server.

All of your input data and queries sent to the web first go through your locally installed virtual private network client. This includes any URL, login and password, credit card number, or email content along with any and every other information you input.

Your private local VPN connections, whether on a router, Android smartphone, iPhone, Windows or MacOS computer system, tablet, or any other Internet device will then encrypt this data with the protocol of your choice. Most of the leading VPNs use a 256 bit AES encryption algorithm that the NSA, CIA, FBI, and all other three letter agencies believe is secure enough for top state secrets.

Now, your local client sends your private data through the VPN tunnel to a virtual private network in any country you chose.

When the requested data is returned to you, this local application decrypts it and presents it to you. Your local VPN software decrypts this private data and presents it to you as if you were still accessing the web out in the open.

Everything you ask of the web is blurred so much that nobody can see or understand it. Your private information appears as noise to everyone attempting to snoop into your business. Even your Internet service provider sees only digital noise.

Special Note: Some VPN clients offer split tunneling, which allows you to choose apps to access the Internet directly. This can be helpful for banking and some video stream services.

Encryption Hides Your Data

What this means is that before you leave the house for the mall, the VPN blurs your appearance. You become so blurry that nobody, whether they’re your neighbors, your mom upstairs, or even the CIA spooks in the black van down the street, can see who is leaving.

VPN Encryption = Public WiFi Hotspot Shield

It’s not possible to tell who you are, what you are wearing, or what (or even if!) you are carrying. Heck, the VPN encryption is so secure they can’t even tell which vehicle you pulled out of the garage, if you’re walking, or if you’re flying a helicopter out of the backyard.

Nobody sees more than a random blur going from your place to the virtual private network server. That is all they see. The important point here is that they only see an ongoing anonymous blur going into the server locations.

VPNs Protect Your Security

I recommend and use PrivateVPN.

Part 2: How to choose a VPN provider

There was a time when using a VPN required users to know about the built-in VPN client for Windows or universal open-source solutions such as OpenVPN. Nowadays, however, nearly every VPN provider has its own one-click client that gets you up and running in seconds. There are usually mobile apps as well to keep your Android or iOS device secure over public Wi-Fi.

Of course that brings up another problem. Since there are so many services to choose from, how can you tell which ones are worth using? PCWorld has taken care of much of the legwork with its Best VPN services roundup. [Spoiler alert: I have found NordVPN to be the current best all around VPN provider.]

The bad news for anyone used to free services is that it pays to pay when it comes to a VPN. There are tons of free options from reputable companies, but these are usually a poor substitute for the paid options. Free services usually allow a limited amount of bandwidth usage per month or offer a slower service. Tunnel Bear, for example, offers just 500MB of free bandwidth per month, while CyberGhost offers a free service that is significantly slower than its paid service.

Then there are the free VPNs that use an ad-supported model, which in my experience usually aren’t worth using at all. Plus, free VPNs are usually anything but; in lieu of payment they may be harvesting your data (in anonymized form of course) and selling it as “marketing insights” to advertisers.

The good news is VPNs aren’t expensive. You can usually pay as little as $5 a month (billed annually or in blocks of several months) for VPN coverage.

Features to look for

Here are some issues to consider when shopping around for a VPN provider.

First, what kind of logging does your VPN provider do? In other words, what information do they keep about your VPN sessions and how long is it kept? Are they recording the IP addresses you use, the websites you visit, the amount of bandwidth used, or any other key details?

All VPNs have to do some kind of logging, but there are VPNs that collect as little data as possible and others that aren’t so minimalist. On top of that, some services discard their logs in a matter of hours or days while other companies hold onto them for months at a time. How much privacy you expect from your VPN-based browsing will greatly influence how long you can stand having your provider maintain your activity logs—and what those logs contain.

Second, what are the acceptable terms of use for your VPN provider? Thanks to the popularity of VPNs with torrent users, permissible activity on specific VPNs can vary. Some companies disallow torrents completely, some are totally fine with them, while others won’t stop torrents but officially disallow them. We aren’t here to advise pirates, but anyone looking to use a VPN should understand what is and is not okay to do on their provider’s network.

Finally, does the VPN provider offer their own application that you can download and install? Unless you’re a power user who wants to mess with OpenVPN, a customized VPN program is really the way to go. It’s simple to use and doesn’t require any great technical knowledge or the need to adjust any significant settings.

NordVPN – The best VPN provider in 2018

This VPN goes above and beyond the competition when it comes to keeping your information, online activity, and presence private and secure. Does that lead to a compromise as far as speed and performance are concerned though? We find out in my official NordVPN review. Coming next.

  • Being based in Panama, NordVPN falls under the country’s jurisdiction and Panama has no data retention laws;
  • A strict no logs policy. We want to ensure user privacy and security, therefore we never log user activities;
  • Military-grade AES-256-CBC encryption and a variety of protocols to choose from: OpenVPN(UDP and TCP), PPTP, L2TP/IPSec, IKEv2/IPSec;
  • Risk-free Trial
  • 30-day money-back guarantee
  • Unlimited bandwidth and data;
  • +5000 servers located in 62 countries (the server number is always growing);
  • Fast speed servers that are also reliable and consistent;
  • Multiple ways to contact
  • 24/7 customer support (live chat, email, ticket system);
  • A CyberSec feature that blocks dangerous websites and lets users avoid annoying ads;
  • An automatic kill switch (can kill individual processes or kill whole internet connection);
  • 6 simultaneous connections
  • P2P friendly;
  • Works in countries (China, the Middle East countries) where internet access is restricted, and strong censorship is in place;
  • Double encryption to ensure top level privacy and security

NordVPN offers everything we could want from a VPN service: a multitude of security features, nicely coupled with impressive performance, on a service that’s easy to access and able to do just about anything online.


Part 1: How—and why you should use a VPN any time you hop on the internet

One of the most important skills any computer user should have is the ability to use a virtual private network (VPN) to protect their privacy. A VPN is typically a paid service that keeps your web browsing secure and private over public Wi-Fi hotspots. VPNs can also get past regional restrictions for video- and music-streaming sites and help you evade government censorship restrictions—though that last one is especially tricky.

How it works

The best way to think of a VPN is as a secure tunnel between your PC and destinations you visit on the internet. Your PC connects to a VPN server, which can be located in the United States or a foreign country like the United Kingdom, France, Sweden, or Thailand. Your web traffic then passes back and forth through that server. The end result: As far as most websites are concerned, you’re browsing from that server’s geographical location, not your computer’s location.

We’ll get to the implications of a VPN’s location in a moment, but first, let’s get back to our secure tunnel example. Once you’re connected to the VPN and are “inside the tunnel,” it becomes very difficult for anyone else to spy on your web-browsing activity. The only people who will know what you’re up to are you, the VPN provider (usually an HTTPS connection can mitigate this), and the website you’re visiting.

When you’re on public Wi-Fi at an airport or café, that means hackers will have a harder time stealing your login credentials or redirecting your PC to a phony banking site. Your Internet service provider (ISP), or anyone else trying to spy on you, will also have a near impossible time figuring out which websites you’re visiting.

On top of all that, you get the benefits of spoofing your location. If you’re in Los Angeles, for example, and the VPN server is in the U.K., it will look to most websites that you’re browsing from there, not southern California.

This is why many regionally restricted websites and online services such as BBC’s iPlayer or Sling TV can be fooled by a VPN. I say “most” services because some, most notably Netflix, are fighting against VPN (ab)use to prevent people from getting access to, say, the American version of Netflix when they’re really in Australia.

For the most part, however, if you’re visiting Belgium and connect to a U.S. VPN server, you should get access to most American sites and services just as if you were sitting at a Starbucks in Chicago.

What a VPN can’t do

While VPNs are an important tool, they are far from foolproof. Let’s say you live in an oppressive country and want to evade censorship in order to access the unrestricted web. A VPN would have limited use. If you’re trying to evade government restrictions and access sites like Facebook and Twitter, a VPN might be useful. Even then, you’d have to be somewhat dependent on the government’s willingness to look the other way.

Anything more serious than that, such as mission-critical anonymity, is far more difficult to achieve—even with a VPN. Privacy against passive surveillance? No problem. Protection against an active and hostile government? Probably not.

The problem with anonymity is there are so many issues to consider—most of which are beyond the scope of this article. Has the government surreptitiously installed malware on your PC in order to monitor your activity, for example? Does the VPN you want to use have any issues with data leakage or weak encryption that could expose your web browsing? How much information does your VPN provider log about your activity, and would that information be accessible to the government? Are you using an anonymous identity online on a PC that you never use in conjunction with your actual identity?

Anonymity online is a very difficult goal to achieve. If, however, you are trying to remain private from prying eyes or evade NSA-style bulk data collection as a matter of principle, a reputable VPN will probably be good enough.

Beyond surveillance, a VPN also won’t do much to keep advertisers from tracking you online. Remember that the website you visit is aware of what you do on its site and that applies equally to advertisers serving ads on that site.

To prevent online tracking by advertisers and websites you’ll still need browser add-ons like Ghostery, Privacy Badger, and HTTPS Everywhere.

Choosing a VPN provider

Choosing a VPN provider will be posted in the part two of this series of posts.