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  1. 3 points
    Staff

    Black Friday Week Sale 2019

    Hello! We're very glad to inform you that the Black Friday week has just begun in AirVPN! Save up to 74% when compared to one month plan price Check all plans and discounts here: https://airvpn.org/plans If you're already our customer and you wish to jump aboard for a longer period, any additional subscription will be added on top of already existing subscriptions and you will not lose any day. And that's not all: AirVPN offers five simultaneous connections per account, IPv6 full support, AES-GCM and ChaCha20 encryption ciphers and even more, exclusive features: https://airvpn.org/topic/28153-ipv6-support-and-new-smart-features/ AirVPN is the only VPN provider which is actively developing OpenVPN 3 library with key features: https://airvpn.org/forums/topic/44069-openvpn-3-development-by-airvpn/ Any doubt or question? Please check the following, awesome guide first: https://airvpn.org/forums/topic/45694-airvpn-sales-things-to-know/
  2. 2 points
    Hello! We're very glad to inform you that two new 1 Gbit/s servers located in Tokyo, Japan, are available: Biham and Okab. The AirVPN client will show automatically new servers, while if you use OpenVPN clients you can generate all the files to access them through our configuration/certificates/key generator (menu "Client Area"->"Config generator"). Just like every other "second generation" Air server, Biham and Okab support OpenVPN over SSL and OpenVPN over SSH, TLS 1.2 and tls-crypt. Full IPv6 support is included as well. As usual no traffic limits, no logs, no discrimination on protocols and hardened security against various attacks with separate entry and exit-IP addresses.. You can check servers status in our real time servers monitor: https://airvpn.org/servers/Biham https://airvpn.org/servers/Okab Do not hesitate to contact us for any information or issue. Kind regards and datalove AirVPN Team
  3. 2 points
    Hello! We're glad to inform you that a new server in Tokyo will be operational in the very near future. Kind regards
  4. 2 points
    NaDre

    sale of .org domain to Ethos Capital

    Are folks here aware of this? https://www.internetsociety.org/news/press-releases/2019/ethos-capital-to-acquire-public-interest-registry-from-the-internet-society/ https://savedotorg.org/ I just heard the end of an interview on CBC radio with a former vice-president of ICANN who was saying this is a very bad thing. Internet Society is a non-profit organization that has done governance of the ".org" domain until now. And Ethos Capital is just what it sounds like. EDIT: The podcast of the radio show I listened to is here: https://www.cbc.ca/radio/thecurrent/the-current-for-nov-27-2019-1.5375027 The interview starts at about 23:00.
  5. 2 points
    Staff

    Black Friday Week Sale 2019

    @Dramanaught Thanks a lot! No overselling has always been our workhorse, we were the first to publish a real time servers monitor as an element showing no overselling. Load balancing inside single VPN servers came later in 2017 (general load balancing at infrastructure level was built in 2011 and improved in 2012 and 2013). About the load balancing at server level: since OpenVPN runs in a single core and does not scale, we decided to run one or two OpenVPN daemon(s) per each core, and send each new client connection to the OpenVPN daemon running in the least loaded core (according of course to the picked connection mode). As far as we know no other VPN service (based on OpenVPN) does the same. The outcome has been interesting because we can now squeeze up to 1.7 Gbit/s on AES-NI machines with 4 cores Xeon CPUs, which should be a record for OpenVPN servers on equal terms (CPUs etc.). Kind regards
  6. 2 points
    Staff

    Wireguard response from Mullvad

    The simplest method is through WebRTC or any other STUN based technique, which will reveal your private addresses (or more precisely the IP addresses of your interfaces, virtual or real) even with Network Lock enabled (it will NOT reveal your public IP address, of course). Check in ipleak.net for example. Kind regards
  7. 2 points
    Staff

    Wireguard response from Mullvad

    @rndbit In Wireguard you need to map a static IP address in the VPN to a client key permanently as dynamic IP assignment is not available. The private IP address is easily found out by anyone. Once we receive a request by a proper authority about the VPN IP address we can link the address to a unique account. That's a serious privacy concern that does not exist in OpenVPN. Now that we have ChaCha20 cipher even in OpenVPN Data Channel (including our OpenVPN 3 library), there's no pressure to push our customers toward dangerous solutions just for marketing reasons. We can quietly wait for a Wireguard's stable release featuring all the implementations we need (dynamic IP addresses and TCP support). Kind regards
  8. 2 points
    As a former Heze/Persei user, I understand why they were removed, but also add my voice to suggesting to AirVPN that they open at least one more server near the Bay Area (Fremont or similar). Los Angeles and Fremont are in the same state in the US, but they are about 400 miles apart, and that has a noticeable effect on latency. Perhaps one more server can be added in the same location as Aquila? That way we have some redundancy option. Barring that I hope there is another data center provider in Northern California (San Jose/San Francisco/Fremont/Oakland/Sacramento) that meets AirVPN's requirements.
  9. 2 points
    Reso

    Black Friday Week Sale 2019

    Thanks. Taken another year. Now my 4th year with AirVPN 😊
  10. 2 points
    Staff

    Eddie Desktop 2.18beta released

    Hello! While we will let developers provide more details should they wish so, we would like to firmly clarify that: Eddie 2.18.x GUI or command line frontend does not run as root; the backend process does Eddie 2.18.x is in beta testing phase, so potential bugs and issues should be in general expected at any time Eddie 2.18.x does not run "curl" with root privileges anymore @QueenSasha Eddie 2.18.x GUI is written in C# (so it needs the Mono framework) but the backend process is written in C++, so it does NOT need Mono framework. Running only a GUI in Mono with normal user privileges shrinks down Mono related risks very considerably @inradius If you find critical Mono vulnerabilities even related to apps running with user privileges things would be different, of course root privileges are necessary to modify firewall rules (for "Network Lock"), change routing table, properly handle DNS push. Root privileges are also transmitted to OpenVPN, which needs them to modify routing table, default gateway and operate on tun network interface. That's expected, correct and ordinary behavior by any OpenVPN based software developer @inradius unless you have a special API service, as it happens in Android with VPNService API, where root privileges are not needed (and you can't set a real "Network Lock" as a consequence) if any security vulnerability is ascertained and proven we and developers will of course address it expeditiously @QueenSasha Kind regards
  11. 2 points
    I think PIA was recently bought by the company that owns Cyberghost: Kape, which, for several reasons, has an extremely bad reputation.
  12. 2 points
    Staff

    Two new 1 Gbit/s servers available (CA)

    Hello! We're very glad to inform you that two new 1 Gbit/s servers located in Vancouver (Canada) are available: Nahn and Sham. The AirVPN client will show automatically the new servers; if you use the OpenVPN client you can generate all the files to access them through our configuration/certificates/key generator (menu "Client Area"->"Config generator"). Servers accept connections on ports 53, 80, 443, 1194, 2018 UDP and TCP. Just like every other "second generation" Air server, Nahn and Sham support OpenVPN over SSL and OpenVPN over SSH, TLS 1.2 and tls-crypt. Full IPv6 support is included as well. As usual no traffic limits, no logs, no discrimination on protocols and hardened security against various attacks with separate entry and exit-IP addresses. You can check servers status in our real time servers monitor: https://airvpn.org/servers/Nahn https://airvpn.org/servers/Sham Do not hesitate to contact us for any information or issue. Kind regards and datalove AirVPN Team
  13. 2 points
    ethix

    UAE (Dubai) VPN Problems

    I also live in the UAE, and I have been here for a few years. Your suggestions do not work unfortunately. They did at one point, but that is not the case currently. About 1.5 years ago or so, I had to switch to tls-crypt to connect, as DPI seemed to be blocking standard UDP 443 (or any port TCP or UDP). Then, about 9 months ago, this now fails in interesting ways. I use pfSense with gateway monitoring, and like OP says, traffic is throttled to the point is not useable. It went off and on for 1-2 weeks at a time for a few months, and now it is all time problematic. With tls-crypt to any ports or IP/FQDN's, there is severe throttling to about ~80% packet loss for any connection speeds. I switched to Stunnel with OpenVPN tunnels (took some work) on pfSense, and I experience throttling / packet loss on any connection speeds over 1-2Mbps. The experience is the same using Eddie clients on Windows 10, and it is the same on my mobile devices as well. Using Eddie, if I do OpenVPN over SSH or SSL to any ports/IP/FQDN, all the same. I spent many hours testing all the possible combos, no dice. Other VPN providers have the same issues, except most others are entirely worse because they do not offer tls-crypt or Stunnel/SSH options. If their tunnels do manage to get up, significant packet loss. It works for a VOIP call home, but that is about it. @Staff are there any suggestions or is this a known issue? I have many colleagues who work in China, and my discussions with them leave no doubt in my mind that UAE is now at the same level as their great firewall in terms of blocking non-desired connections. I suspect machine learning tools, and I have no hope it will improve as this technology comes down in cost. See this for more info: https://www.reddit.com/r/networking/comments/d7vlqd/how_do_airlines_usually_sandbox_in_flight_network/f162oxk/
  14. 2 points
    Greeting everyone. I tried few different solutions like disabling IPv6 which cause Eddie to freak out and restart the connect since it will try to reattempt to connect IPv6. After looking around and found a right solution for this issue. It is something to do with the gateway that OpenVPN don't have the support for. Office 365 and Microsoft product relies on gateway for detecting network activity. The way Eddie/OpenVPN are designed to keep the gateway blank is the cause of the issue. The I found the solution from this forum, Here is the link to the actual solution of the problem. I can confirm it finally working with Eddie running. https://www.macwheeler.com/windows-10-office-365-cannot-connect-over-openvpn-fixed/ It like what JimDandy posted. The guide recommend putting 192.168.0.1 in TAP's gateway in IPv4 Advanced option. The link have the guide step by step how to do it. I can confirm it works for me. And I haven't got any complaints from OneDrive and Office 365 with this guide. Edit: One last thing I forgot to add in this comment. Generally the default gateway is 192.168.0.1, there is a few routers which will use a different address. I have T-Mobile Personal Cellspot TM-AC1900 (rebranded Asus AC1900) which use different gateway address in my case, it is 192.168.29.1. If it didn't work with the common default gateway address (192.168.0.1), then it is likely it have a different gateway address. If you need to locate it, do not activate the VPN because it will show blank. For Windows, go to PowerShell (or CMD), then type "ipconfig" without the quote. Then look for "Default Gateway", you will see the IPv4 address at the end of it. That is the address of the default gateway.
  15. 1 point
    It is a pity when people does this. Whine when they missed a deals. How could they not know those major sale days highly likely to have sales on every facet of their live. Do I whine when I miss a deal? No because there is always a deal next time. It will never be the last deal. Honestly, there is no middle ground to please every one. I can understand why some users have a problem with it due to popups during the game which cause them to leave the game. Yea, that is an issue that need to be fixed. Popup should only popup after starting up Eddie, not during Eddie entire session. Or show the popup as a background and flash the icon in the taskbar, so that why it is out of the way at the same time, it is noticeable that might need attention. AirVPN is firstly a business. Businesses do this all the times. It didn't matter the specialities of the product, they still do it. Because business need to retain their consumers and gain new users. It is business 101. I rather to have AirVPN to advertise their deal in Eddie popups than doing NordVPN way by sponsoring thousands of YouTubers. Those sponsored YouTubers are parroting from script that is likely made by NordVPN and it is clear as their eyes telling YouTubers don't know what to do with it. I been seeing NordVPN mass-sponsorship and ads in YouTube since June, I become suspicious of it. And my gut feeling is correct when that new of NordVPN came out. It still a privacy product, a privacy product is showing you there is a deal. By doing so, you will likely to retain their service.
  16. 1 point
    Hello! All Air VPN servers do not keep any account data, not even client key, so no worries under this respect. VPN servers also don't keep log. We also remind you that you are not required to enter personal information in your account, not even a real e-mail address. Please note that the investigation that was disclosed by the press pertains to datacenter owners and a few web sites hosted in it, and did not involve AirVPN and/or AirVPN servers in any way at any stage. Air VPN servers were not seized and were not disconnected: we decided to drop the datacenter and withdraw the servers because of repeated lack of IPv6 connectivity, frequent drop-outs and packet loss, as well as very slow customer care reactions (maybe an impact from the investigation when it was made public? we don't know) to solve problems. As you know our technical requirements are quite precise and if a datacenter fails repeatedly to meet them we are forced to look elsewhere, otherwise the overall perceived quality by our customers will go down. Kind regards
  17. 1 point
    Certainly trying to use tls-auth on a tls-crypt server (entries 3 and 4) is a likely culprit. Of note though: I had that message when I first tried to set up Air on dd-wrt using tls-crypt, and it turned out that I had a blank line in the tls-auth key window in the dd-wrt GUI. That was enough for it to think I was trying to provide keys for both tls-auth and tls-crypt.
  18. 1 point
    I only get that popup when I first start Eddie, once I close the popup it does not appear again. I don't mind it myself, reminds me that there is an excellent savings to be had, 3 years for the price of 1, can't beat that. However, I understand what people are saying, there should be a toggle box for those who wish it.
  19. 1 point
    Weasel

    ANSWERED Eddie on Github different version?

    I noticed that the Eddie client offered here is 2.16.3 but if you go to Github via the AIRVPN link in Eddie it is 2.18.5. Is the Github version a Beta? It states it has been up for 2 months now.
  20. 1 point
    Staff

    Eddie Desktop 2.18beta released

    Hello! We're very glad to inform you that a new Eddie Air client version has been released: 2.18beta. It is ready for public beta testing. How to test our experimental release: Go to download page of your OS Click on Other versions Click on Experimental Look at the changelog if you wish Download and install Please see the changelog: https://eddie.website/changelog/?software=client&format=html In this release, we changed all source code from the ground up, to separate what needs superuser privileges and what not. PLEASE CONSIDER THIS A BETA VERSION. Don't use it for real connection, it's only for those who want to collaborate to the project as beta-tester. We hope to raise now the frequency of feedback replies here and Eddie releases.
  21. 1 point
    https://airvpn.org/forums/topic/45326-eddie-desktop-218beta-released/
  22. 1 point
    After previous problems I am glad to report that this Beta release now allows me to successfully use the CTRL +C keys to stop airvpn without loosing network and internet connections. I do not have to use the option --network-lock off for it to work properly either. thanks
  23. 1 point
    Panja

    pfSense install - speeds are rather slow

    That's a great write up! Many thanks. It makes things clearer to me. The only "problem" I'm facing now is that my clients/users are now in BE. So for instance Google gives results for BE websites. Of course this is a layer 8 problem. 😉 But I will have to explain wife and kids how to use it.
  24. 1 point
    it could be that the route is overloaded or your ISP has poor bandwidth to whatever intermediate network(s) is used.
  25. 1 point
    It works! No issues since I configured it according to your suggestions. Thanks!
  26. 1 point
    Cheers, I guess sometimes we are so keen to resolve one issue that we forget the simple things. Yes, you're right I could do that. Even better, provided the UK server is allowing me to access Sky Q, then I could create force traffic from the Sky Q box through the UK server by creating a gateway just for the IP of the Sky Q. I'll try that and report back.
  27. 1 point
    giganerd

    Do I need a VPN?

    Well, then three of the good reasons are already gone. The way I see it, you are not in dire need of a VPN right now. But as I said, others might add more reasons.
  28. 1 point
    Hello! Yes, you can: up to 20 ports at once for every and each connection slot. Kind regards
  29. 1 point
    I've made two - v6 over v4 and v6 explicitly. Both were successful. Eddie Log created on 29 Nov. 2019 17:57:25 UTC Eddie for Android 2.4 Version Code 26 --- App and device information --- Eddie Version Code: 26 Eddie Version Name: 2.4 Eddie Library 1.3.2 - 22 March 2019 Eddie Library API level: 6 Architecture: arm64-v8a (Arm 64 bit) Platform: Android Manufacturer: samsung Model: SM-A520F Device: a5y17lte Board: universal7880 Brand: samsung Product: a5y17ltexx Hardware: samsungexynos7880 Supported ABIs: arm64-v8a armeabi-v7a armeabi Host: lineageos-buildkite ID: PQ3A.190801.002 Display: lineage_a5y17lte-userdebug 9 PQ3A.190801.002 2dfd732e1f Android API Level: 28 Android Codename: REL Android Version Release: 9 Android Version Incremental: 2dfd732e1f Fingerprint: samsung/a5y17ltexx/a5y17lte:8.0.0/R16NW/A520FXXU7CRK7:user/release-keys Type: user Tags: release-keys User: buildkite-agent Language: de Rooted device: true Network: WIFI Screen Width: 1080 Screen Height: 1920 Screen Density: 3 Screen Density DPI: 480 Screen XDPI: 422 Screen YDPI: 424 Total RAM: 2815 Mb Free RAM: 629 Mb Threshold Memory: 216 Mb Low Memory: false App Total Memory: 26 Mb App Max Memory: 128 Mb App Free Memory: 13 Mb Bootloader: A520FXXU7CRK7 --- Settings dump --- airvpn_default_protocol: UDP airvpn_protocol: UDP airvpn_default_port: 443 airvpn_port: 443 airvpn_default_ip_version: IPv6overIPv4 airvpn_ip_version: IPv4 airvpn_default_tls_mode: tls-auth airvpn_tls_mode: tls-crypt airvpn_quick_connect_mode: default airvpn_cipher: SERVER airvpn_forbid_quick_connection_to_user_country: false airvpn_custom_bootstrap_servers: airvpn_server_whitelist: Kitalpha airvpn_server_blacklist: airvpn_country_whitelist: airvpn_country_blacklist: system_vpn_lock: true system_vpn_reconnect: false system_vpn_reconnect_retries: 5 system_dns_override_enable: true system_dns_custom: 176.103.130.130,176.103.130.131 system_proxy_enable: false system_persistent_notification: true system_notification_sound: true system_show_message_dialogs: true system_forced_mtu: system_application_filter_type: 0 system_application_filter: system_application_language: en_US system_first_run: true system_restore_last_profile: false system_last_profile_is_connected: false system_exclude_local_networks: true system_pause_vpn_when_screen_is_off: false system_airvpn_remember_me: true ovpn3_tls_version_min: default ovpn3_protocol: ovpn3_ipv6: ovpn3_timeout: 60 ovpn3_tun_persist: true ovpn3_compression_mode: yes ovpn3_synchronous_dns_lookup: false ovpn3_autologin_sessions: true ovpn3_disable_client_cert: false ovpn3_ssl_debug_level: 0 ovpn3_default_key_direction: -1 ovpn3_force_aes_cbc_ciphersuites: false ovpn3_tls_cert_profile: ovpn3_proxy_host: ovpn3_proxy_port: ovpn3_proxy_allow_cleartext_auth: false ovpn3_custom_directives: --- Log dump --- 29 Nov. 2019 17:55:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Version Code: 26 29 Nov. 2019 17:55:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Version Name: 2.4 29 Nov. 2019 17:55:42 UTC [Info] Initializing Eddie library 29 Nov. 2019 17:55:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library 1.3.2 - 22 March 2019 29 Nov. 2019 17:55:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library API level: 6 29 Nov. 2019 17:55:42 UTC [Info] Architecture: arm64-v8a (Arm 64 bit) 29 Nov. 2019 17:55:42 UTC [Info] Platform: Android 29 Nov. 2019 17:55:42 UTC [Info] Manufacturer: samsung 29 Nov. 2019 17:55:42 UTC [Info] Model: SM-A520F 29 Nov. 2019 17:55:42 UTC [Info] Device: a5y17lte 29 Nov. 2019 17:55:42 UTC [Info] Brand: samsung 29 Nov. 2019 17:55:42 UTC [Info] Product: a5y17ltexx 29 Nov. 2019 17:55:42 UTC [Info] Display: lineage_a5y17lte-userdebug 9 PQ3A.190801.002 2dfd732e1f 29 Nov. 2019 17:55:42 UTC [Info] Android API Level: 28 29 Nov. 2019 17:55:42 UTC [Info] Android Version Release: 9 29 Nov. 2019 17:55:42 UTC [Info] Fingerprint: samsung/a5y17ltexx/a5y17lte:8.0.0/R16NW/A520FXXU7CRK7:user/release-keys 29 Nov. 2019 17:55:42 UTC [Info] Tags: release-keys 29 Nov. 2019 17:55:42 UTC [Info] Rooted device: true 29 Nov. 2019 17:55:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: OpenVPN initialization succeeded 29 Nov. 2019 17:55:42 UTC [Info] Application language overridden to en_US 29 Nov. 2019 17:55:43 UTC [Info] Requesting user IP and country to AirVPN ipleak.net via secure connection 29 Nov. 2019 17:55:43 UTC [Info] Setting manifest to default instance 29 Nov. 2019 17:55:45 UTC [Info] AirVPN ipleak.net: User IP is 2003:f5:f713:6500:a4ce:8c0f:36ed:4bc1 29 Nov. 2019 17:55:45 UTC [Info] AirVPN ipleak.net: User country is DE 29 Nov. 2019 17:55:45 UTC [Info] Requesting user IP and country to AirVPN ipleak.net via secure connection 29 Nov. 2019 17:55:45 UTC [Info] AirVPN ipleak.net: User IP is 2003:f5:f713:6500:a4ce:8c0f:36ed:4bc1 29 Nov. 2019 17:55:45 UTC [Info] AirVPN ipleak.net: User country is DE 29 Nov. 2019 17:55:45 UTC [Info] Requesting manifest document to AirVPN 29 Nov. 2019 17:55:45 UTC [Info] Successfully received manifest document from AirVPN 29 Nov. 2019 17:55:45 UTC [Info] Setting manifest to the instance downloaded from AirVPN server 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:39 UTC [Info] Requesting user document to AirVPN 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:39 UTC [Info] Successfully received user document from AirVPN 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:39 UTC [Info] Requesting user document to AirVPN 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:39 UTC [Info] Setting user profile to the instance downloaded from AirVPN server 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:39 UTC [Info] Logged in to AirVPN as user gigan3rd 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:39 UTC [Info] Trying to connect AirVPN server Kitalpha at Zurich, Switzerland - Protocol UDP, Port 443 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:40 UTC [Info] Successfully received user document from AirVPN 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:40 UTC [Info] Setting user profile to the instance downloaded from AirVPN server 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:40 UTC [Info] Requesting manifest document to AirVPN 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:40 UTC [Info] Logged in to AirVPN as user gigan3rd 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:40 UTC [Info] Successfully received manifest document from AirVPN 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:40 UTC [Info] Requesting manifest document to AirVPN 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:40 UTC [Info] Setting manifest to the instance downloaded from AirVPN server 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:40 UTC [Info] VPN Lock is enabled 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:40 UTC [Info] Local networks are exempted from the VPN 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Network is connected to WIFI 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Debug] VPNService.networkStatusChanged() action: 'SYSTEM_RESUME' 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: Successfully created a new OpenVPN client 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: OpenVPN client: option 'tls_version_min' set to 'default' 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: OpenVPN client: option 'protocol' set to '' 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: OpenVPN client: option 'ipv6' set to '' 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: OpenVPN client: option 'timeout' set to '60' 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: OpenVPN client: option 'tun_persist' set to 'true' 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: OpenVPN client: option 'compression_mode' set to 'yes' 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: OpenVPN client: option 'synchronous_dns_lookup' set to 'false' 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: OpenVPN client: option 'autologin_sessions' set to 'true' 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: OpenVPN client: option 'disable_client_cert' set to 'false' 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: OpenVPN client: option 'ssl_debug_level' set to '0' 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: OpenVPN client: option 'default_key_direction' set to '-1' 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: OpenVPN client: option 'force_aes_cbc_ciphersuites' set to 'false' 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: OpenVPN client: option 'tls_cert_profile' set to '' 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Starting VPN thread 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: starting openVPNClient 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: Client::start(): Loading profile 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: config.protoOverride: 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: config.connTimeout: 60 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: config.compressionMode: yes 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: config.ipv6: 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: config.tlsVersionMinOverride: default 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: config.tlsCertProfileOverride: 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: config.disableClientCert: false 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: config.proxyHost: 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: config.proxyPort: 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: config.proxyAllowCleartextAuth: false 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: config.defaultKeyDirection: -1 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: config.forceAesCbcCiphersuites: false 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: config.sslDebugLevel: 0 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: config.autologinSessions: true 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: config.tunPersist: true 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: config.synchronousDnsLookup: false 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: Client::start(): Profile loaded. Connecting to server 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: OpenVPN core 3.3 AirVPN android arm64 64-bit 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: connect_attach() 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onConnectAttach() 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: Frame=512/2048/512 mssfix-ctrl=1250 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Debug] OpenVPN Event: type: 4, name: RESOLVE, info: 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: connect_pre_run() 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onConnectPreRun() 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: connect_run() 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: Contacting 91.214.169.71:443 via UDP 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Debug] OpenVPN Event: type: 5, name: WAIT, info: 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: socket_protect(socket=62) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onSocketProtect(socket: 62) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: Connecting to [91.214.169.71]:443 (91.214.169.71) via UDPv4 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Debug] OpenVPN Event: type: 7, name: CONNECTING, info: 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: Tunnel Options:V4,dev-type tun,link-mtu 1522,tun-mtu 1500,proto UDPv4,comp-lzo,cipher AES-256-GCM,auth SHA512,keysize 256,key-method 2,tls-client 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:42 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: Peer Info: IV_GUI_VER=Eddie Library 1.3.2 IV_VER=3.3 AirVPN IV_PLAT=android IV_NCP=2 IV_TCPNL=1 IV_PROTO=2 IV_LZO=1 IV_LZO_SWAP=1 IV_LZ4=1 IV_LZ4v2=1 IV_COMP_STUB=1 IV_COMP_STUBv2=1 IV_AUTO_SESS=1 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:43 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: VERIFY OK : depth=1 cert. version : 3 serial number : 8C:D8:43:EF:E4:5F:20:03 issuer name : C=IT, ST=IT, L=Perugia, O=airvpn.org, CN=airvpn.org CA, emailAddress=info@airvpn.org subject name : C=IT, ST=IT, L=Perugia, O=airvpn.org, CN=airvpn.org CA, emailAddress=info@airvpn.org issued on : 2014-04-11 10:15:45 expires on : 2024-04-08 10:15:45 signed using : RSA with SHA1 RSA key size : 4096 bits basic constraints : CA=true 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:43 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: VERIFY OK : depth=0 cert. version : 3 serial number : 01:38 issuer name : C=IT, ST=IT, L=Perugia, O=airvpn.org, CN=airvpn.org CA, emailAddress=info@airvpn.org subject name : C=IT, ST=IT, L=Perugia, O=airvpn.org, CN=Kitalpha, emailAddress=info@airvpn.org issued on : 2016-12-28 14:59:03 expires on : 2026-12-26 14:59:03 signed using : RSA with SHA-512 RSA key size : 4096 bits basic constraints : CA=false cert. type : SSL Server key usage : Digital Signature, Key Encipherment ext key usage : TLS Web Server Authentication 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: SSL Handshake: TLSv1.2/TLS-DHE-RSA-WITH-AES-256-GCM-SHA384 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: Session is ACTIVE 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Debug] OpenVPN Event: type: 8, name: GET_CONFIG, info: 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: Sending PUSH_REQUEST to server... 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: OPTIONS: 0 [route] [192.168.110.0] [255.255.255.0] [net_gateway] 1 [comp-lzo] [no] 2 [redirect-gateway] [def1] [bypass-dhcp] 3 [dhcp-option] [DNS] [10.20.10.1] 4 [route-gateway] [10.20.10.1] 5 [topology] [subnet] 6 [ping] [10] 7 [ping-restart] [60] 8 [ifconfig] [10.20.10.188] [255.255.255.0] 9 [peer-id] [7] 10 [cipher] [AES-256-GCM] 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: PROTOCOL OPTIONS: cipher: AES-256-GCM digest: SHA512 ncp enabled: yes compress: LZO_STUB peer ID: 7 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_new() 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderNew() 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Debug] VPNContext.doAddDNS(): Adding DNS server '176.103.130.130' 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Debug] VPNContext.doAddDNS(): Adding DNS server '176.103.130.131' 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Debug] OpenVPN Event: type: 9, name: ASSIGN_IP, info: 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_address(address=10.20.10.188, prefix_length=24, gateway=10.20.10.1, ipv6=false, net30=false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddAddress(address: 10.20.10.188, prefix_length: 24, gateway: 10.20.10.1, ipv6: false, net30: false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=0.0.0.0, prefix_length=1, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 0.0.0.0, prefix_length: 1, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=128.0.0.0, prefix_length=2, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 128.0.0.0, prefix_length: 2, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=192.0.0.0, prefix_length=9, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 192.0.0.0, prefix_length: 9, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=192.128.0.0, prefix_length=11, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 192.128.0.0, prefix_length: 11, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=192.160.0.0, prefix_length=13, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 192.160.0.0, prefix_length: 13, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=192.168.0.0, prefix_length=18, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 192.168.0.0, prefix_length: 18, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=192.168.64.0, prefix_length=19, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 192.168.64.0, prefix_length: 19, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=192.168.96.0, prefix_length=21, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 192.168.96.0, prefix_length: 21, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=192.168.104.0, prefix_length=22, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 192.168.104.0, prefix_length: 22, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=192.168.108.0, prefix_length=23, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 192.168.108.0, prefix_length: 23, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=192.168.111.0, prefix_length=24, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 192.168.111.0, prefix_length: 24, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=192.168.112.0, prefix_length=20, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 192.168.112.0, prefix_length: 20, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=192.168.128.0, prefix_length=17, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 192.168.128.0, prefix_length: 17, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=192.169.0.0, prefix_length=16, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 192.169.0.0, prefix_length: 16, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=192.170.0.0, prefix_length=15, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 192.170.0.0, prefix_length: 15, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=192.172.0.0, prefix_length=14, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 192.172.0.0, prefix_length: 14, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=192.176.0.0, prefix_length=12, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 192.176.0.0, prefix_length: 12, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=192.192.0.0, prefix_length=10, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 192.192.0.0, prefix_length: 10, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=193.0.0.0, prefix_length=8, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 193.0.0.0, prefix_length: 8, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=194.0.0.0, prefix_length=7, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 194.0.0.0, prefix_length: 7, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=196.0.0.0, prefix_length=6, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 196.0.0.0, prefix_length: 6, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=200.0.0.0, prefix_length=5, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 200.0.0.0, prefix_length: 5, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=208.0.0.0, prefix_length=4, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 208.0.0.0, prefix_length: 4, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=224.0.0.0, prefix_length=3, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 224.0.0.0, prefix_length: 3, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_dns_server(address=10.20.10.1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddDNSServer(address: 10.20.10.1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Debug] VPNContext.addDNSServer(): Custom DNS. Address 10.20.10.1 will be skipped 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_set_block_ipv6(block_ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderSetBlockIPV6(block_ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_set_remote_address(address=91.214.169.71, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderSetRemoteAddress(address: 91.214.169.71, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_set_layer(layer=3) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderSetLayer(layer: 3) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_set_session_name(name=91.214.169.71) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderSetSessionName(name: 91.214.169.71) 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_establish() 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderEstablish() 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: TunPersist: saving tun context: Session Name: 91.214.169.71 Layer: OSI_LAYER_3 Remote Address: 91.214.169.71 Tunnel Addresses: 10.20.10.188/24 -> 10.20.10.1 Reroute Gateway: IPv4=1 IPv6=0 flags=[ ENABLE REROUTE_GW DEF1 BYPASS_DHCP IPv4 ] Block IPv6: no Add Routes: Exclude Routes: 192.168.110.0/24 DNS Servers: 10.20.10.1 Search Domains: 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: Connected via tun 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: LZO init swap=0 asym=1 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: Comp-stub init swap=0 29 Nov. 2019 17:56:45 UTC [Info] CONNECTED to VPN (AirVPN server Kitalpha - Zurich, Switzerland) Defined: 1 User: Server Host: 91.214.169.71 Server Port: 443 Server Protocol: UDPv4 Server IP: 91.214.169.71 VPN IPv4: 10.20.10.188 VPN IPv6: Gateway IPv4: 10.20.10.1 Gateway IPv6: Tunnel Name: tun Eddie Log created on 29 Nov. 2019 18:12:09 UTC Eddie for Android 2.4 Version Code 26 --- App and device information --- Eddie Version Code: 26 Eddie Version Name: 2.4 Eddie Library 1.3.2 - 22 March 2019 Eddie Library API level: 6 Architecture: arm64-v8a (Arm 64 bit) Platform: Android Manufacturer: samsung Model: SM-A520F Device: a5y17lte Board: universal7880 Brand: samsung Product: a5y17ltexx Hardware: samsungexynos7880 Supported ABIs: arm64-v8a armeabi-v7a armeabi Host: lineageos-buildkite ID: PQ3A.190801.002 Display: lineage_a5y17lte-userdebug 9 PQ3A.190801.002 2dfd732e1f Android API Level: 28 Android Codename: REL Android Version Release: 9 Android Version Incremental: 2dfd732e1f Fingerprint: samsung/a5y17ltexx/a5y17lte:8.0.0/R16NW/A520FXXU7CRK7:user/release-keys Type: user Tags: release-keys User: buildkite-agent Language: de Rooted device: true Network: WIFI Screen Width: 1080 Screen Height: 1920 Screen Density: 3 Screen Density DPI: 480 Screen XDPI: 422 Screen YDPI: 424 Total RAM: 2815 Mb Free RAM: 616 Mb Threshold Memory: 216 Mb Low Memory: false App Total Memory: 16 Mb App Max Memory: 128 Mb App Free Memory: 7 Mb Bootloader: A520FXXU7CRK7 --- Settings dump --- airvpn_default_protocol: UDP airvpn_protocol: UDP airvpn_default_port: 443 airvpn_port: 443 airvpn_default_ip_version: IPv6 airvpn_ip_version: IPv4 airvpn_default_tls_mode: tls-auth airvpn_tls_mode: tls-crypt airvpn_quick_connect_mode: default airvpn_cipher: SERVER airvpn_forbid_quick_connection_to_user_country: false airvpn_custom_bootstrap_servers: airvpn_server_whitelist: Kitalpha airvpn_server_blacklist: airvpn_country_whitelist: airvpn_country_blacklist: system_vpn_lock: true system_vpn_reconnect: false system_vpn_reconnect_retries: 5 system_dns_override_enable: true system_dns_custom: 176.103.130.130,176.103.130.131 system_proxy_enable: false system_persistent_notification: true system_notification_sound: true system_show_message_dialogs: true system_forced_mtu: system_application_filter_type: 0 system_application_filter: system_application_language: en_US system_first_run: true system_restore_last_profile: false system_last_profile_is_connected: false system_exclude_local_networks: true system_pause_vpn_when_screen_is_off: false system_airvpn_remember_me: true ovpn3_tls_version_min: default ovpn3_protocol: ovpn3_ipv6: ovpn3_timeout: 60 ovpn3_tun_persist: true ovpn3_compression_mode: yes ovpn3_synchronous_dns_lookup: false ovpn3_autologin_sessions: true ovpn3_disable_client_cert: false ovpn3_ssl_debug_level: 0 ovpn3_default_key_direction: -1 ovpn3_force_aes_cbc_ciphersuites: false ovpn3_tls_cert_profile: ovpn3_proxy_host: ovpn3_proxy_port: ovpn3_proxy_allow_cleartext_auth: false ovpn3_custom_directives: --- Log dump --- 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:30 UTC [Info] Eddie Version Code: 26 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:30 UTC [Info] Eddie Version Name: 2.4 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:30 UTC [Info] Initializing Eddie library 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:30 UTC [Info] Eddie Library 1.3.2 - 22 March 2019 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:30 UTC [Info] Eddie Library API level: 6 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:30 UTC [Info] Architecture: arm64-v8a (Arm 64 bit) 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:30 UTC [Info] Platform: Android 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:30 UTC [Info] Manufacturer: samsung 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:30 UTC [Info] Model: SM-A520F 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:30 UTC [Info] Device: a5y17lte 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:30 UTC [Info] Brand: samsung 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:30 UTC [Info] Product: a5y17ltexx 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:30 UTC [Info] Display: lineage_a5y17lte-userdebug 9 PQ3A.190801.002 2dfd732e1f 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:30 UTC [Info] Android API Level: 28 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:30 UTC [Info] Android Version Release: 9 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:30 UTC [Info] Fingerprint: samsung/a5y17ltexx/a5y17lte:8.0.0/R16NW/A520FXXU7CRK7:user/release-keys 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:30 UTC [Info] Tags: release-keys 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:30 UTC [Info] Rooted device: true 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:30 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: OpenVPN initialization succeeded 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:32 UTC [Info] Application language overridden to en_US 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:32 UTC [Info] Requesting user IP and country to AirVPN ipleak.net via secure connection 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:32 UTC [Info] Setting manifest to default instance 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:32 UTC [Info] AirVPN ipleak.net: User IP is 2003:f5:f713:6500:bd7c:24e3:68d7:e295 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:32 UTC [Info] AirVPN ipleak.net: User country is DE 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:32 UTC [Info] Requesting user IP and country to AirVPN ipleak.net via secure connection 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:32 UTC [Info] AirVPN ipleak.net: User IP is 2003:f5:f713:6500:bd7c:24e3:68d7:e295 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:32 UTC [Info] AirVPN ipleak.net: User country is DE 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:33 UTC [Info] Requesting manifest document to AirVPN 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:34 UTC [Info] Successfully received manifest document from AirVPN 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:34 UTC [Info] Setting manifest to the instance downloaded from AirVPN server 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:58 UTC [Info] Requesting user document to AirVPN 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:59 UTC [Info] Successfully received user document from AirVPN 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:59 UTC [Info] Requesting user document to AirVPN 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:59 UTC [Info] Setting user profile to the instance downloaded from AirVPN server 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:59 UTC [Info] Logged in to AirVPN as user gigan3rd 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:59 UTC [Info] Trying to connect AirVPN server Kitalpha at Zurich, Switzerland - Protocol UDP, Port 443 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:59 UTC [Info] Successfully received user document from AirVPN 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:59 UTC [Info] Requesting manifest document to AirVPN 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:59 UTC [Info] Setting user profile to the instance downloaded from AirVPN server 29 Nov. 2019 18:10:59 UTC [Info] Logged in to AirVPN as user gigan3rd 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Successfully received manifest document from AirVPN 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Requesting manifest document to AirVPN 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Setting manifest to the instance downloaded from AirVPN server 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] VPN Lock is enabled 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Local networks are exempted from the VPN 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Network is connected to WIFI 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Debug] VPNService.networkStatusChanged() action: 'SYSTEM_RESUME' 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: Successfully created a new OpenVPN client 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: OpenVPN client: option 'tls_version_min' set to 'default' 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: OpenVPN client: option 'protocol' set to '' 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: OpenVPN client: option 'ipv6' set to '' 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: OpenVPN client: option 'timeout' set to '60' 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: OpenVPN client: option 'tun_persist' set to 'true' 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: OpenVPN client: option 'compression_mode' set to 'yes' 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: OpenVPN client: option 'synchronous_dns_lookup' set to 'false' 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: OpenVPN client: option 'autologin_sessions' set to 'true' 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: OpenVPN client: option 'disable_client_cert' set to 'false' 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: OpenVPN client: option 'ssl_debug_level' set to '0' 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: OpenVPN client: option 'default_key_direction' set to '-1' 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: OpenVPN client: option 'force_aes_cbc_ciphersuites' set to 'false' 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: OpenVPN client: option 'tls_cert_profile' set to '' 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Starting VPN thread 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: starting openVPNClient 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: Client::start(): Loading profile 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: config.protoOverride: 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: config.connTimeout: 60 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: config.compressionMode: yes 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: config.ipv6: 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: config.tlsVersionMinOverride: default 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: config.tlsCertProfileOverride: 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: config.disableClientCert: false 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: config.proxyHost: 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: config.proxyPort: 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: config.proxyAllowCleartextAuth: false 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: config.defaultKeyDirection: -1 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: config.forceAesCbcCiphersuites: false 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: config.sslDebugLevel: 0 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: config.autologinSessions: true 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: config.tunPersist: true 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: config.synchronousDnsLookup: false 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: Client::start(): Profile loaded. Connecting to server 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: OpenVPN core 3.3 AirVPN android arm64 64-bit 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: connect_attach() 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onConnectAttach() 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: Frame=512/2048/512 mssfix-ctrl=1250 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Debug] OpenVPN Event: type: 4, name: RESOLVE, info: 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: connect_pre_run() 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onConnectPreRun() 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: connect_run() 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: Contacting 91.214.169.71:443 via UDP 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Debug] OpenVPN Event: type: 5, name: WAIT, info: 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: socket_protect(socket=69) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onSocketProtect(socket: 69) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: Connecting to [91.214.169.71]:443 (91.214.169.71) via UDPv4 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Debug] OpenVPN Event: type: 7, name: CONNECTING, info: 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: Tunnel Options:V4,dev-type tun,link-mtu 1522,tun-mtu 1500,proto UDPv4,comp-lzo,cipher AES-256-GCM,auth SHA512,keysize 256,key-method 2,tls-client 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: Peer Info: IV_GUI_VER=Eddie Library 1.3.2 IV_VER=3.3 AirVPN IV_PLAT=android IV_NCP=2 IV_TCPNL=1 IV_PROTO=2 IV_LZO=1 IV_LZO_SWAP=1 IV_LZ4=1 IV_LZ4v2=1 IV_COMP_STUB=1 IV_COMP_STUBv2=1 IV_AUTO_SESS=1 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: VERIFY OK : depth=1 cert. version : 3 serial number : 8C:D8:43:EF:E4:5F:20:03 issuer name : C=IT, ST=IT, L=Perugia, O=airvpn.org, CN=airvpn.org CA, emailAddress=info@airvpn.org subject name : C=IT, ST=IT, L=Perugia, O=airvpn.org, CN=airvpn.org CA, emailAddress=info@airvpn.org issued on : 2014-04-11 10:15:45 expires on : 2024-04-08 10:15:45 signed using : RSA with SHA1 RSA key size : 4096 bits basic constraints : CA=true 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:00 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: VERIFY OK : depth=0 cert. version : 3 serial number : 01:38 issuer name : C=IT, ST=IT, L=Perugia, O=airvpn.org, CN=airvpn.org CA, emailAddress=info@airvpn.org subject name : C=IT, ST=IT, L=Perugia, O=airvpn.org, CN=Kitalpha, emailAddress=info@airvpn.org issued on : 2016-12-28 14:59:03 expires on : 2026-12-26 14:59:03 signed using : RSA with SHA-512 RSA key size : 4096 bits basic constraints : CA=false cert. type : SSL Server key usage : Digital Signature, Key Encipherment ext key usage : TLS Web Server Authentication 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: SSL Handshake: TLSv1.2/TLS-DHE-RSA-WITH-AES-256-GCM-SHA384 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: Session is ACTIVE 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Debug] OpenVPN Event: type: 8, name: GET_CONFIG, info: 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: Sending PUSH_REQUEST to server... 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: OPTIONS: 0 [route] [192.168.110.0] [255.255.255.0] [net_gateway] 1 [comp-lzo] [no] 2 [redirect-gateway] [def1] [bypass-dhcp] 3 [dhcp-option] [DNS] [10.20.10.1] 4 [route-gateway] [10.20.10.1] 5 [topology] [subnet] 6 [ping] [10] 7 [ping-restart] [60] 8 [ifconfig] [10.20.10.188] [255.255.255.0] 9 [peer-id] [3] 10 [cipher] [AES-256-GCM] 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: PROTOCOL OPTIONS: cipher: AES-256-GCM digest: SHA512 ncp enabled: yes compress: LZO_STUB peer ID: 3 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_new() 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderNew() 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Debug] VPNContext.doAddDNS(): Adding DNS server '176.103.130.130' 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Debug] VPNContext.doAddDNS(): Adding DNS server '176.103.130.131' 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Debug] OpenVPN Event: type: 9, name: ASSIGN_IP, info: 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_address(address=10.20.10.188, prefix_length=24, gateway=10.20.10.1, ipv6=false, net30=false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddAddress(address: 10.20.10.188, prefix_length: 24, gateway: 10.20.10.1, ipv6: false, net30: false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=0.0.0.0, prefix_length=1, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 0.0.0.0, prefix_length: 1, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=128.0.0.0, prefix_length=2, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 128.0.0.0, prefix_length: 2, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=192.0.0.0, prefix_length=9, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 192.0.0.0, prefix_length: 9, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=192.128.0.0, prefix_length=11, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 192.128.0.0, prefix_length: 11, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=192.160.0.0, prefix_length=13, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 192.160.0.0, prefix_length: 13, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=192.168.0.0, prefix_length=18, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 192.168.0.0, prefix_length: 18, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=192.168.64.0, prefix_length=19, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 192.168.64.0, prefix_length: 19, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=192.168.96.0, prefix_length=21, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 192.168.96.0, prefix_length: 21, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=192.168.104.0, prefix_length=22, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 192.168.104.0, prefix_length: 22, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=192.168.108.0, prefix_length=23, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 192.168.108.0, prefix_length: 23, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=192.168.111.0, prefix_length=24, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 192.168.111.0, prefix_length: 24, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=192.168.112.0, prefix_length=20, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 192.168.112.0, prefix_length: 20, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=192.168.128.0, prefix_length=17, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 192.168.128.0, prefix_length: 17, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=192.169.0.0, prefix_length=16, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 192.169.0.0, prefix_length: 16, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=192.170.0.0, prefix_length=15, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 192.170.0.0, prefix_length: 15, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=192.172.0.0, prefix_length=14, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 192.172.0.0, prefix_length: 14, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=192.176.0.0, prefix_length=12, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 192.176.0.0, prefix_length: 12, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=192.192.0.0, prefix_length=10, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 192.192.0.0, prefix_length: 10, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=193.0.0.0, prefix_length=8, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 193.0.0.0, prefix_length: 8, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=194.0.0.0, prefix_length=7, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 194.0.0.0, prefix_length: 7, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=196.0.0.0, prefix_length=6, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 196.0.0.0, prefix_length: 6, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=200.0.0.0, prefix_length=5, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 200.0.0.0, prefix_length: 5, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=208.0.0.0, prefix_length=4, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 208.0.0.0, prefix_length: 4, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_route(address=224.0.0.0, prefix_length=3, metric=-1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddRoute(address: 224.0.0.0, prefix_length: 3, metric: -1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_add_dns_server(address=10.20.10.1, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderAddDNSServer(address: 10.20.10.1, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Debug] VPNContext.addDNSServer(): Custom DNS. Address 10.20.10.1 will be skipped 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_set_block_ipv6(block_ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderSetBlockIPV6(block_ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_set_remote_address(address=91.214.169.71, ipv6=false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderSetRemoteAddress(address: 91.214.169.71, ipv6: false) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_set_layer(layer=3) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderSetLayer(layer: 3) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_set_session_name(name=91.214.169.71) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderSetSessionName(name: 91.214.169.71) 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: tun_builder_establish() 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Debug] OpenVPNTunnel.onTunBuilderEstablish() 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: TunPersist: saving tun context: Session Name: 91.214.169.71 Layer: OSI_LAYER_3 Remote Address: 91.214.169.71 Tunnel Addresses: 10.20.10.188/24 -> 10.20.10.1 Reroute Gateway: IPv4=1 IPv6=0 flags=[ ENABLE REROUTE_GW DEF1 BYPASS_DHCP IPv4 ] Block IPv6: no Add Routes: Exclude Routes: 192.168.110.0/24 DNS Servers: 10.20.10.1 Search Domains: 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: Connected via tun 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: LZO init swap=0 asym=1 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] Eddie Library: Comp-stub init swap=0 29 Nov. 2019 18:11:03 UTC [Info] CONNECTED to VPN (AirVPN server Kitalpha - Zurich, Switzerland) Defined: 1 User: Server Host: 91.214.169.71 Server Port: 443 Server Protocol: UDPv4 Server IP: 91.214.169.71 VPN IPv4: 10.20.10.188 VPN IPv6: Gateway IPv4: 10.20.10.1 Gateway IPv6: Tunnel Name: tun
  30. 1 point
    Hey all, does anyone know a way to disable the promotional pop-ups on Eddie start-up, like for black friday and thanksgiving? It's... a bit much to have my privacy product making sales pitches to me. Thanks a lot.
  31. 1 point
    Spoony Bard

    Black Friday Week Sale 2019

    I’m in for 3 years. Thanks all!
  32. 1 point
    MadHack

    Black Friday Week Sale 2019

    Thanks a lot for the amazing service 🤗
  33. 1 point
    Tsikura

    Black Friday Week Sale 2019

    4th year with you guys. Awesome job!
  34. 1 point
    randomly

    Black Friday Week Sale 2019

    black friday -week-
  35. 1 point
    Thanks this is the solution to windows 10 1903 as well
  36. 1 point
    Staff: Following up on your explanation comment, I’ve done some speed checking using servers from different locations and my conclusion is that from my location in the SF Bay Area the two new Los Angeles servers are about 50% slower than the remaining Fremont server (Aquila). With Aquila I get about 180 to 190 Mbps down; with Teegarden and Groombridge it’s about 90 to 95 Mbps down. With no VPN I test at 209 Mpbs down and 6 Mbps up. I used Ookla’s speedtest.net for this. If you can suggest a better test site I’ll use it. My practice has been to use servers from my three closest locations: Fremont, Los Angeles and Phoenix. The Phoenix location, with five servers, has tended to be the slowest; I only use them when Heze is down AND to connect to one of my daily go-to sites--Macintouch.com--which blocks Persei and Aquila. (Oddly, yesterday and today the Phoenix servers have been blazingly fast, giving me test speeds equal to Aquila (around 190 Mbps down. I don’t know what to make of that; I’m assuming it’s an anomaly.) My internet provider is Comcast, and because I suspect it throttles torrent connections I generally use the TCP 443 protocol. However, for the speed tests I just did I used the faster UDP 443 protocol. (One thing that puzzles me is the in all VPN test cases my upload speed was only about 2 mbps.) You said the new Los Angeles servers are “quite near in terms of network distance and very near geographically.” I can’t comment on network distance, but I will say while LA and SF/Fremont may APPEAR to be close on a small scale map, in reality they are about 350 miles apart, as the crow flies. That’s a significant distance, even for California (similar to the distance between Rome and Marseilles, France). I’m not trying to be argumentative but I feel AirVPN has degraded the service of all of your Bay Area subscribers by moving the two Fremont (i.e., Silicon Valley) servers to southern California. I hope you’ll reconsider.
  37. 1 point
    I had the best latency for Fremont, it's pretty sad that Persei and Heze are gone, my favorites Maybe the staff will reconsider to add at least 1 server in Fremont to support Aquila? Pretty much all the Fremont users party migrated to Aquila now, will be rough
  38. 1 point
    I don't see any replacements for Heze and Persei in the Fremont location. Aquila is the only server left. Can you clarify what you mean by "replaced"? Thanks I see now from your server update messages, which I hadn't looked at prior to my comment above, that these two Fremont servers have been replaced by two new Los Angeles servers. My experience is that Fremont is faster than Los Angeles for San Francisco Bay Area users. SFBay Area has a population of about 8 million, second only to Los Angeles, in California. Seems like we're being short-changed what with losing two out of three local servers. Any good reason for this?
  39. 1 point
    When I was about to become moderator, I pledged to review the approval queue more often so that no one shall wait more than 24 hours for their posts to get looked upon. But I and all the moderators here are only humans who have only these 24 hours to get anything done in our lives. You must apologize our tendency to prioritize, and work/sleep for example are definitely more important than a forum. We are volunteers who pledge our precious time, a resource you never get back once spent, to helping ladies, or gentlemen, whichever you are, with their issues. It's one of the redeeming qualities of AirVPN: The community is helping the community. Did you open a support ticket with your problem? The forums are a courtesy of Air to let the community communicate and often contemplate about and solve problems. You don't buy guaranteed reply times on the forums with your subscription, anyone can register and start posting here, which makes them all volunteers. So I'd advise patience. Now, to your problem. It seems your system has IPv6 enabled, but your network doesn't have IPv6 connectivity. Eddie still tries to apply IPv6 routes but fails to do so. I'd say, in Eddie preferences > Networking, set IPv6 to Block.
  40. 1 point
    spiderdisco

    Spooky Halloween Deals

    A notice about saving money is fine in an email. Having a popup on my computer telling me to "save money now!" is not the appropriate way to convey this information. Maybe it would have been in 1998, but its 2019 and popup ads are frowned upon by most people. There is a reason every modern web browser blocks pop up ads by default. Its an annoying and disrespectful way to get someones attention. We are paying customers and you already have our email addresses, just send us an email. That's how every other business communicates with their customers. I'm very happy with my AirVPN service, but I feel this type of notification should be handled differently.
  41. 1 point
    Saint666

    Spooky Halloween Deals

    thanks for the deal but i don't appreciate The client notice that popup. maybe a setting to disable that would be nice, or is that the the System Notifications check-mark?
  42. 1 point
    spiderdisco

    Spooky Halloween Deals

    I appreciate the deal but the popup notification in eddie is really obnoxious. It shows up on every device whenever I launch eddie and made me think I had adware installed for a second. Its really not a good look. Maybe just send an email when there are sales and give us an option to opt out of them in our account settings, like so many other services do.
  43. 1 point
    slim2001

    pfsense 2.4.4 guides?

    Are there any updated guides to get airvpn to work with pfsense?
  44. 1 point
    Yelp.com is being blocked from all airvpn servers, any counntry. Checked routing tool, it gives 301 for HTTP status for all the servers. Please fix this. Surprised, no one has posted about this. Thanks!
  45. 1 point
    Hello! A simpler setup with the same anti-blocking effectiveness can be achieved with the following connection mode which does not require any additional SSL tunnel: - entry-IP address 3 - protocol TCP - port 443 In the Configuration Generator, please tick "Advanced Mode" to display all the available connection modes. If you run Eddie on a desktop computer, connection modes are available in "Preferences" > "Protocols" and they are selectable after you untick "Automatic". Kind regards
  46. 1 point
    Staff

    Why You Can’t Trust NordVPN

    Hello! It's unclear what sources for what info (because the OP posted a lot of stuff to be pondered) but the fact that Tesonet operates NordVPN can be easily verified. Start from here then go to the official register sources: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=17258203 Tesonet operates NordVPN and has strict business relations with ProtonVPN; Tesonet also signs the ProtonVPN Android application certificate. Tesonet core business includes data mining according to their web site. Kind regards
  47. 1 point
    encrypted

    Slow speeds

    Are there any test suites or scripts that could be adapted to AirVPN's network (basically selecting a few AirVPN servers near and far) that automate testing various connection modes and parameters and spits out a network weather report?
  48. 1 point
    glaven

    ANSWERED BBC iPlayer

    It looks like BBC iPlayer with any VPN provider is becoming increasingly difficult to sustain. Here are a couple of workarounds: 1. Kodi iPlayer addon usually works for live steams with any UK VPN (for catch-up the VPN must not be blocked). 2. https://easyview.eu is OK for UK TV SD live streaming (no VPN required).
  49. 1 point
    OmniNegro

    Encryption algorithm solved.

    As Zhang said, There is no problem. For those who do not already know, HMAC is a hash applied to the SHA1 hash. And it is done for each and every packet. Your system, even on a slow dial up modem uses a packet for every 1500 bytes or so. So in order to defeat HMAC-SHA1 you would have to not only break it in milliseconds, but also defy the laws of physics to get your fake packet there before the real one. And let us see how long it takes a whole array of supercomputers to break SHA1 alone? https://security.googleblog.com/2017/02/announcing-first-sha1-collision.html Here is the important part to note. Nine quintillion (9,223,372,036,854,775,808) SHA1 computations in total6,500 years of CPU computation to complete the attack first phase110 years of GPU computation to complete the second phaseThat is to do JUST ONE SINGLE hash. Not to break every hash SHA1 can do. That is one. And this absolutely cannot be done before the relevant packet is done and gone forever. You are safe. Relax.
  50. 1 point
    demonslayer

    Hulu Blocking USA Servers

    Sorry, Windows 7. I tried http://ipleak.net/ and in the middle it shows the IP of the DNS of my ISP even though I entered 10.4.0.1 (or is it 10.0.4.1? I found different things in this forum...) as DNS. Best, Demon Slayer
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