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  1. I'm currently not familar with crypto currencies so I'd try to order by credit card. But I'm wondering why I have to type in a Real Name and Address when ordering by credit card (on the left side of the form). Typing associated name on credit card whould be needed for payment. But no more. How are this private data are stored and used and why they are asked for? Are they requested to get the payment token from payment provider and will be deleted after success? Or will this data be stored anywhere else for a longer time?
  2. Hi guys, So I tried to buy a subscription for €15 with bitcoin but it did not get trough even tough it had 1 confirmation well before the timer went. Is there by any chance to still get the plan? Thanks!
  3. How can I compile the source code? The AirVPN Client (codename Eddie) is a free and open source OpenVPN wrapper that's fully integrated with the AirVPN service. It's licensed under GPL, sources are available on GitHub. The software uses Mono Framework, with WinForms under Windows and Linux, and Xamarin.Mac under OS X. Building instructions are related to OS, development tools etc. If you have a specific environment question, open a topic in the software subforum. Windows - Download and install Visual Studio 2017 Community Edition from Microsoft website. - Clone the GitHub project: https://github.com/AirVPN/Eddie with TortoiseGit or equivalent software, or download the .zip Method 1 (direct build): Launch repository/build_windows.bat This generates all distribution files under repository/files folder. Method 2 (debug/develop): Open from Visual Studio 2017 the solution src/eddie2_windows.sln Switch to Debug and x64 Set "App.Forms.Windows" as Startup Project Debug > Start Debug Linux Make sure you have the latest Mono: http://www.mono-project.com/docs/getting-started/install/linux/ Under Debian derivatives, required packages: apt-get update apt-get install mono-complete apt-get install lintian # Optional, to build .deb apt-get install rpm # Optional, to build .rpm apt-get install tar apt-get install curl zlib1g-dev may be required. Method 1 (direct build): Clone the GitHub project: https://github.com/AirVPN/Eddie For example from root terminal: apt-get install git git-core and from user terminal: cd ~/Documents git clone https://github.com/AirVPN/Eddie.git Launch repository/build_linux.sh This generate all distribution files under repository/files folder. Method 2 (debug/develop): Install MonoDevelop (go here for more info), install packages monodevelop and monodevelop-versioncontrol Launch MonoDevelop Important note: if you don't want to simply compile it, but you want to debug it, you need to launch MonoDevelop as root (sudo monodevelop). We know it isn't the best practice, but there isn't any known alternative. Menu -> Version Control, Protocol: https, Url: https://github.com/AirVPN/Eddie.git Open /src/eddie2_linux.sln Select Debug|X64 Right click on App.Forms.Linux, Rebuild App.Forms.Linux If you run it as root, you can debug it: Run -> Debug OS X / macOS Building the OS X version currently requires a standard license of Xamarin Studio, because the UI is written with Xamarin.Mac namespace. Console-edition may be built with MonoMac. Android Please go to https://gitlab.com/AirVPN/EddieAndroid/
  4. You provide Remote Port Forwarding, what is it? "Remote port forwarding" forwards traffic coming from the Internet to our VPN server ports to a specified local port of your client. By default, your account has no forwarded ports, and this is good as long as you don't wish to have a service reachable from the Internet. For example, suppose that you want to run a web server behind our VPN, or that you wish to receive incoming connections to your BitTorrent client in order to improve p2p performance, or to seed a file. Without at least one remotely forwarded port, your service could not be reached from the outside, because our VPN server would reject the proper packets to your service. Usually this is a good security measure against attacks, but it prevents your services to be reached from the Internet. When you remotely forward an inbound port, our servers will open that port (TCP, UDP or both, according to your selection) and will properly forward incoming packets to you on that port. The service will be reachable from the exit-IP address of the VPN server your system is connected to. You can forward up to 20 ports simultaneously. You can do that on our website, in your account "Client Area". You can't forward ports lower than 2048. You can map a remotely forwarded port to a different local port: this is useful for a variety of cases, for example when your service listens to a port lower than 2048 or when the port is already reserved. More details about it here below. Once you reserve an inbound remote port for your account, you have two options: 1) Leave the "Local" field empty. In this case, packets arriving to the VPN server exit-IP address port n will be forwarded to your machine IP address inbound local port with the very same number n 2) Fill in the "Local" field with a different port number x. In this case packets arriving to port n will be forwarded to your system inbound local port x. In both cases you need to reach the service on the VPN server exit-IP address port n. IMPORTANT: do NOT forward on your router the same ports you use on your listening services while connected to the VPN. Doing so exposes your system to correlation attacks and potentially causes unencrypted packets to be sent outside the tunnel from your client. However, if you connect a router (for example DD-WRT, Tomato based firmware router) an additional step is required, please see https://airvpn.org/topic/9270-how-to-forward-ports-in-dd-wrt-tomato-with-iptables/ NOTE: you can't reach your listening service(s) through the VPN server exit-IP address from the very same machine that's running it/them and is connected to a VPN server, or from any other machine connected to that same VPN server.
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