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"LEAP is a non-profit dedicated to giving all internet users access to secure communication. Our focus is on adapting encryption technology to make it easy to use and widely available." LEAP develops the Bitmask application. "Bitmask is an open source application to provide easy and secure encrypted communication. You can choose among several different service providers or start your own. Currently, Bitmask supports encrypted internet (VPN) and encrypted email." "Bitmask is built using OpenVPN but with several security enhancements turned on by default. One of the biggest problems with encryption today is how it’s too easy to make mistakes, because of that, we are forcing security with Bitmask. It will prevent common VPN problems like DNS or IPv6 leaks or data going over the clear to the Internet if your connection with the VPN service repeatingly drops." -Riseup LEAP shares the same mission as AirVPN and they need support to develop their software. https://leap.se/en/about-us/donate
Hello, I am using a Blackberry Passport and would like to connect to AirVPN using an SSH tunnel. The options look like the picture below. Where can I find the information to fill this in? If it's not possible with the BB options, does anyone know of reliable open-source software for the Blackberry Passport that support the VPN SSH tunnel. My knowledge is still limited with all this, but learning. Thanks!