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Hello,As we know no VPNs even the safest VPNs like AirVPN or ProtonVPN? are really safe, in fact there is always the problem that none of us users really know if they keeps logs.My solution would be to host running a VPN on a rented VPS server in order to personally manage it.To do so I do not want to limit at something pre-compiled, such as "digital ocean", infact my plan is to run it in Softether host inside a VPS.The scheme should be so: Within a Windows Server VPS placed in some data center run VMware emulating another operating system, within this guest run Softether host app.Then connect via VPN tunnel from Softether host app to my real domestic PC. I just wonder if the VPS server owner or the VPS internet operator itself could actually trace the source back to my real PC even though ill establish a VPN tunnelling from softether to my actual pc. PS: The idea of running everything inside a VM instead of into just the VPS itself is to make the Softether logs inaccessible to a potential attacker protecting them in a shell, plus mask the imei and the operation system.I look forward to understand if they (NSA or potential attackers) would have some way to track back the encrypted VPN connection from Softether to my current PC
Hi everyone, I would like to set up a local webserver on a VM that is accessible through a public URL while sitting behind airvpn. Here is what I have got: QNAP NAS with Ubuntu 16.04 Server VM up and running (LAMP Server)PFSENSE Router that holds the openvpn connection to airvpn for all devices passing through the routerDnamic URL through https://www.dynu.com resolving to airvpn IP NOTE: I live in a restricted country where domains such as those of VPN providers are blocked (so I can't easily portforward and create a dynamic URL with a airvpn TLD.. QUESTION: is there a way I can have this setup work (and if so, how)? mydomain.com => AIRVPN => PFSENSE => VM (https and https, possibly also S/FTP and SSH) Most guides speak about the port forwarding with a URL that contains the airvpn domain name. I can't use that as mentioned above... Thanks for your support, I'll probably still need to setup the firewall rules on pfsense but that's the easier part I believe...
Think of sshuttle as a "poor man's VPN". You start sudo sshuttle -r 188.8.131.52 0/0 and when you surf to http://ipchicken.com you're IP is 184.108.40.206, as if you were on a VPN. But sshuttle takes a whole different approach via python. If it works, it is great to use with a rental VPS or sth. like that. It may not work on all Linux versions, but if it does, it is less hassle to run and set up than "softether VPN".
I was thinking about setting up a self hosted VPN for fun to use on my Pi. I was thinking about using the Canada location... I know the France location is considered very safe. It seems they don't care about torrent sites/trackers, regular BitTorrent traffic, etc. but there doesn't seem to be much info on this in their Canada location. Any input is appreciated!