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Hello! This sub-forum hasn't seen any activity since its creation and perhaps it's because most don't understand the purpose of it and therefore how to contribute. AirVPN supports FOSS software because compared to the closed world of proprietary software, it's more harmonious with AirVPNs Mission. An example of FOSS is AirVPNs Eddie client. The AirVPN Mirrors Project FOSS projects can be difficult to run, because they're often done on a volunteer and therefore free basis. So they often have little or no income to pay for the upkeep of servers/mirrors, to distribute their potentially fantastic and important work. Thus the Mirrors Project allows the community to suggest projects that AirVPN will support. If granted, AirVPN will cover the cost of X amount of "mirrors". Which allow the software in question to be downloaded. In addition, there can also be some benefits in terms of reliability, security, ease of access and general anti-censorship for the supported project. Which are desirable things for AirVPNs Mission. To see all of the projects AirVPN currently supports, please visit the Mission page. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask .
Hello, I have been referred by a friend who recommended this service, and I have some doubts. Does AirVPN store the IP address of the person connecting to the server ?, if so ... for how long? Do you have access to identifiable user data such as IP address? Do the servers used by AirVPN only work in RAM? At the request of a government / police force / intelligence agency will you release my IP address or any other information that can identify me? Thank you very much for your kindness. I send you a big hug.