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  1. I have not been able to connect to the AirVPN server since changing my keys/certs according to the Notice posted 12 April 2014. I created a .ovpn configuration as instructed and just replaced my keys/certs in the OpenVPN configuration for the Toastman Tomato firmware on my WRT54GL router. The instructions are a little dated. Here is what I have found: There is no "Member Area" that points to "Access Without Our Client" anymore. I went to:Client Area --> Config GeneratorFollowing instructions at: https://airvpn.org/tomato/The first screen shot shows information added to EXTRA HMAC AUTHORIZATION (TLS-AUTH) that does not exist on my system so I have left it set to "DISABLED";The second screen shot link is broken;I have one file, a "AirVPN_[Country]_UDP-443.ovpn" file, which does not include USER.KEY, USER.CRT, or CA.CRT files;So, in the one file, I took everything from the <ca> .... </ca> beginning with "-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----" and ending with "-----END CERTIFICATE-----" and put it in the CERTIFICATE AUTHORITY box in the OpenVPN configuration (this is the top box, the box titled STATIC KEY does not exist);I took the certification beginning with "-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----" and ending with "-----END CERTIFICATE-----" in the <cert>....</cert> area and pasted it into the CLIENT CERTIFICATE box;Finally, the <key>....</key> that starts with "-----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY-----" and ends with "-----END RSA PRIVATE KEY-----" I put into the CLIENT KEY box in the OpenVPN area.I did these steps originally and was able to connect; however, with the new information/configuration I am not able to connect; hopefully, I am missing something simple . Note: I apologize if I seem confused; I have brain damage due to a medical condition and some days (like today) my ability to troubleshoot is limited...
  2. Hi All, Since the Update, Im unable to connect via my DD-Wrt Setup Router, Using the OpenVPN Client.. I've Re-Downloaded the Keys/Certs & Re-Copied them, Iv'e checked 3 Times to see if they are in the correct Boxes. Iv'e tried Adding the "TLS-DHE-RSA ETC" 256 Bit. But it sticks & dosn't even Log anything. Does Nothing.. When i Choose "None" It goes into a Loop. ******Date & TIme Is Correct" As that error does point to a date error, but the date is fine.. as ive said, everything has been working Prior to the update...*****
  3. Hi there, I thought I'd direct the AirVPN staffs attention towards this newly discovered bug in certain versions of OpenSSL. Description: http://heartbleed.com/ Reddit Netsec Discussion: http://www.reddit.com/r/netsec/comments/22gaar/heartbleed_attack_allows_for_stealing_server/ Are AirVPN users vulnerable to this exploit, and if so will you be implementing Fixed OpenSSL? Thanks, you guys are always awesome!
  4. Can someone on Air VPN technical staff provide guidance regarding if/how the Heartbleed vulnerability affects our connection on AirVPN and/or connection to the other websites we may be accessing?
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