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MTN, Vodacom, Telkom and Cell C http injector .ehi/l files

Many South Africans are now talking about VPN, Http Injector as well as .ehi files as well as .ehil files. First, we need to learn what are they using them for and why is there a whole buzz about HTTP injector files and VPN.

What is a VPN?

VPN stands for Virtual Private Network, this allows you to create a secure connection over the internet. You can use it to access restricted websites and hide your browsing activity.

These days, Virtual Private Networks are popular and mostly used through cellphones. Now, they are not used for what they were originally created for, as they were created for a secure private line between networks. In a nutshell, VPN connects your device to another computer known as a server on the internet allowing you to browse that computer’s internet connection, and thus it would seem you are browsing for free.

If you are browsing from a server that’s in a different country, it would seem you are browsing from that country.

VPNs can be used to bypass geographic restrictions on websites, gain anonymity online, protect oneself from untrustworthy hotspots, etc. these days VPNs are used for torrenting and bypassing geographic restrictions on websites.

When you connect a VPN what happens is, the device connected, acts as if it’s on the same local network as the VPN. All traffic will be sent through the secured VPN. Your internet connection will be through the encrypted VPN connection.

What is HTTP Injector?

HTTP Injector is an Android VPN like App for mobile internet currently used and installed by millions of users. The App by evozi is a professional tool to set custom HTTP header.

It supports SSH/Proxy to bypass geographic restrictions on websites. The App has features and tools such as IP Hunter, Host Checker, Tethering Unlock, Payload generator, IP Checker.

HTTP is also popular in South Africa. A massive number of users create customed EHI config files for HTTP Injector to bypass the internet in South Africa, such as MTN, Vodacom, Cell C, and Telkom.

HTTP Injector can be installed in an android device using any sim-card. You can download HTTP Injector directly from Google Play Store.

What is a .ehi file and how to create one?

.EHI file is a config file used by HTTP Injector. The file can be uploaded on the HTTP Injector to modify requests and access blocked websites behind firewall with SSH support and proxy server.

For you to create an EHI file, a VPN is required. You can use free or paid VPN services available online. Examples are TCP VPN. Visit vpnsplit.com to create a free VPN account.

You can then create a free SSH account using:

  • skyssh.com
  • bestvpnssh.com
  • fastssh.com
  • tcpvpn.com
  • monthlyssh.com
  • globalssh.net
  • sshdropbear.com
  • mytunneling.com

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MTN .ehi files

In South Africa, there are so many Facebook groups offering .ehi files for free, apparently, this is a way in which people use the .ehi file to browse the internet for free.

Most people are getting blocked and it’s not a very good sign.

Vodacom .ehi files

Apparently, it is difficult to connect using the Vodacom EHI files, and this might be because Vodacom blocked any protocol from the HTTP injector.

Telkom .ehi files

I haven’t heard much about Telkom .ehi – all that I know is that Mo’nice is not nice anymore.

Cell C .ehi files

Cell C users are finding it hard to connect the internet using the HTTP Injector.

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