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  1. So i downloaded the config files from AirVPN, set it to Linux, tried both UDP and TCP, in the network connection i did import saved VPN configuration and i save that. Then i try to connect to it and nothing. "connection failed because VPN connection timed out" I tried this both in sys-net, AppVM, and in proxyVM based on fedora-23. not sure what i'm doing wrong?
  2. Hey all, new to AirVPN. I've been trying to get the above setup working (only a day left until I have to renew) and it's definitely been a challenging one. Essentially, I'd like to have Me -> Tor -> AirVPN within a highly secure Operating System, and at the moment Qubes/Whonix seem to fit that description best as actively developed OS'. I have been trying to follow this guide: https://www.qubes-os.org/doc/vpn/#set-up-a-proxyvm-as-a-vpn-gateway-using-iptables-and-cli-scripts , installing the AirVPN client on the ProxyVM. and using it as a bridge between whonix workstation and wonix gateway however AirVPN fails to connect to any servers. Using the browser inside the AirVPN VM does work however, showing the Tor address. An easy to follow guide from Air on how to set up something like this would be awesome. I read this as well: https://airvpn.org/tor/ but if I'm being honest I wasn't sure how to apply the concepts in that article to Qubes/Whonix. I'm also open to suggestions on an easier method of achieving my goal of secure OS + Tor/VPN, even if it means using a different OS. Thanks.
  3. This is old news from Thu 04 August 2016, but I though users would find this Security Vulnerability interesting. http://blog.quarkslab.com/xen-exploitation-part-3-xsa-182-qubes-escape.html#id24
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