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I just downloaded AirVpn today and I cannot even login. The second I click login I get this error message, "Cannot Login. (An exception occured during a WebClient request.) I've NEVER been able to get a VPN to work and have spent around $10 now on various VPN programs... Nothing has ever worked for me. Please help!! I'm just trying to watch a damn movie and it is currently 5 in the morning! Log: I 2016.11.29 05:45:13 - AirVPN client version: 2.10.3 / x64, System: Windows, Name: Microsoft Windows NT 6.2.9200.0 / x64. 2016.11.29 05:45:13 - Reading options from C:\Program Files\AirVPN\AirVPN.xml. 2016.11.29 05:45:13 - Data Path: C:\Program Files\AirVPN. 2016.11.29 05:45:13 - App Path: C:\Program Files\AirVPN. 2016.11.29 05:45:13 - Executable Path: C:\Program Files\AirVPN\AirVPN.exe. 2016.11.29 05:45:13 - Command line arguments (0):. 2016.11.29 05:45:13 - Operating System: Microsoft Windows NT 6.2.9200.0. 2016.11.29 05:45:13 - Updating systems & servers data .... 2016.11.29 05:45:13 - Cannot retrieve systems & servers data. Please retry later or contact us for help. (An exception occurred during a WebClient request.)I 2016.11.29 05:45:13 - OpenVPN Driver - TAP-Windows Adapter V9, version 9.21.1I 2016.11.29 05:45:13 - OpenVPN - Version: OpenVPN 2.3.8 (C:\Program Files\AirVPN\openvpn.exe)I 2016.11.29 05:45:13 - SSH - Version: plink 0.63 (C:\Program Files\AirVPN\plink.exe)I 2016.11.29 05:45:13 - SSL - Version: stunnel 5.17 (C:\Program Files\AirVPN\stunnel.exe)! 2016.11.29 05:45:13 - ReadyI 2016.11.29 05:45:14 - Checking login ...F 2016.11.29 05:45:14 - Cannot login. (An exception occurred during a WebClient request.) PLEASE HELP!!!
I'm new to VPN, but I am tech savy~ish, and I am looking for an answer to torrenting from work. I'm currently using some other, inferior , VPN service, and the root of my question is: What do I need to ONLY avoid my bosses receiving copyright-downloading-warning emails. I don't care if the NSA is watching my browse the internet, I don't care is hackers are using my credit cards around the world, I don't care about being a ghost and phantoming around cyber-space. I only want to ensure that the next time I grab the latest Tame of Ghrones episode, I don't have to worry about the corperate internet service being disable on the account of mine downloading. My torrent client has a network select and ip binding, and it works correctly, so I knoe that if my VPN cuts out I won't have any leaks there is a TON of information on being a phantom in cyber-space, and how to keep the NSA out of your life; but very little information on foiling your ISP from knoeing what you are using the internet for. I mean, I can assume that just using a VPN I am masking what I am using the internet for; because over the last 3 days I have been testing out my new VPN by downloading a number of things that I thought my ISP would flag, including a couple of episode that I have previously been flag for. Nothing in the company email yet, concerning the downloading. I'm currently seeding these now, and I will do so for a couple more days (still in my 7 day trial with ivacy VPN) will update this post when I knoe that seeding is still safe. (Seeding is the REAL illegal part) TO SUM UP is the VPN all I need to foil my ISP. is it safe to use ONLY PPTP. do I NEED encryption? (128bit and 256bit options) I knoe it is based on your VPN provider, but I feel like there needs to be more info regarding what is needed to only foil your ISP, obviously if the NSA has trouble seeing your activity, your probably not going to have to worry about your ISP, but that takes head room, and with file sharing I want speed.
Hi, the port forwarding feature caught my attention but I have some doubts. I think I'm completely lost with this. Let's say I have a server running Linux, basically serving a webpage, I have port forwarding enabled on my router so anyone with my external IP address can connect to it. Okay now let's say I don't want to give out my real IP address, if I understand how the VPN port forwarding feature works, I could use a VPN server to serve that webpage and hide my real IP address (I'd have to deactivate port forwarding on my router and configure it with AirVPN) Is that right? So I connect that Linux server through OpenVPN to an AirVPN's server with port forwarding enabled. For a VPN server, which is a single IP address, there could be maybe 50 persons connected to it, we're sharing the server somehow, but those persons could also enable port forwarding, so, what are the limits/ranges? Two different persons on the same server can't port forward a same port? How does it work? Thanks
Hello, I am trying to force Chrome not to use VPN's IP, but I am stucked with ForceBindIP application. I am writing the right lines into Command Promt, I hit enter and a new Chrome window pops up, but it still uses the Air IP. IS there any problem with ForceBindIP, did it become ineffective on Windows 7 x64?