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  1. Black Friday is one of the most awaited days for all the shopaholic people. Black Friday is celebrated a day after Thanksgiving Day. Black Friday falls on the fourth Friday of November every year. And following that, we also have got the Cyber Monday. During these days, we can expect lumps of discounts, coupons, offers and cashback on almost all the industries. Though there are lots of VPN sellers across the globe providing loads of discounts and coupons on this season, I will going to list out only the best sellers. We value our readers and hence we are recommending only VPNs which provides great service as well as the best discounts. Here's our list of hottest Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals to power your online security. https://www.bestvpnprovider.com/best-vpn-deals/ https://www.vpnmentor.com/blog/best-vpn-deals-coupon-codes/ https://vpnblackfriday.com/ But I would also suggest don’t choose the VPN according to how much discount they are offering, but also check their honest reviews by experts and users. A VPN will boost your internet privacy while hiding your IP address, which lets you see all the content you want while remaining anonymous.
  2. Hi, how do I connect my packet squirrel to my Amazon AWS VPN?
  3. I've been using my Nano as a Travel router and tunneling through OpenVPN to my router at home. I've just spun up a IPSEC VPN with Algo on Digital Ocean and wanted to use this instead of OpenVPN. Does anyone know where I can find documentation for setting up the Nano to tunnel through IPSEC VPN?
  4. metasploit and vpn

    first of all tks for those people who spent time looking at this. So i have a doubt for example im using a vpn so when we use reverse tcp we use our old public ip address or the new ip address that vpn give us? also also if we set the reverse tcp to persistence and every time we shut off and on our attacker machine and connect to vpn.. different ip address is assign to us so how do we connect to the victim?
  5. hello ive recently read a lot about anonsurf and was wondering if turning a vpn on before turning on anonsurf would ghost my activity? If not I would love to hear your thoughts about the best way to become ghost online.
  6. I've set up an OpenVPN Server on my VPS with OpenVPN Road Warrior Installer. How does one configure the client.ovpn to act as a gateway? Like mentioned in this Youtube Tutorial. I know how to configure this in OpenVPN Acces Server, but I don't want to replace the Road Warrior Installation with OpenVPN AS. Thanks in advance, Dan
  7. VPN: IPVanish vs NordVPN

    I thought I would test out the 2 VPN services I'm subscribed to at this time. I wanted to see raw tests, tests with VPN enabled and more importantly, the possibility of a DNS leak. I'll admit while I understand the concept of a DNS leak, I used 3 different web sites to test which are listed at the bottom. No links included as this isn't a pitch for either service except raw links to the speed test I used and the 3 DNS leak websites. Happy to know if those don't work and if there are better actual methods to test for a DNS leak. Speed Test: http://speedtest.xfinity.com/ Comcast Speed Test: No VPN Location: San Jose, CA Download: 240.6 Upload: 12.6 Latency: 14ms Let Software Pick the Server: Comcast Speed Test: NordVPN Location: New Castle, DE Download: 44.6 Upload: 11.8 Latency: 93ms Comcast Speed Test: IPVanish Location: San Jose, CA Download: 67.9 Upload: 11.5 Latency: 19ms Let's Pick a Country: Costa Rica Comcast Speed Test: IPVanish Location: Augusta, GA Download: 62.3 Upload: 9.3 Latency: 198ms Comcast Speed Test: NordVPN Location: Foxboro, MA Download: 46.0 Upload: 10.0 Latency: 233ms DNS Leak Tests: https://www.dnsleaktest.com/ https://ipleak.net/ http://dnsleak.com/ NordVPN never showed DNS leaks on the 3 sites listed above. IPVanish frequently shows a Comcast DNS server(s) in the mix.
  8. Hello All, I am considering to install my own VPN server to surf anonymously and change my IP to an American one. This tutorial explains how to setup Open VPN on a VPS (DO) i am wondering is OpenVPN necessary or i could go for an L2TP installation as it seems to be much easier to install and easier to maintain. Is L2TP really unsafe as I could read it around online? Thanks for your inputs.
  9. So I really need help, I though I had everything squared up and ready but I tried to connected externally this afternoon and found a large hole in my plan (a little cranky) . I have everything working great but external access to my OpenVPN server. For more information please read the below link https://forums.hak5.org/index.php?/topi ... vpn-build/ Long story short I need to access my server from outside the network. The setup is my open VPN server on a raspberry pi running raspbian which is on local ip 10.1.1.101 and I run all of its traffic through another raspberry pi configured as a gateway with the ip of 10.1.1.102 then out to the Internet. Everything is working great internally I just need to know what I have to do to access it external. The default gateway for the gateway pi is 10.1.1.1
  10. Route wlan0 through VPN

    Hi everybody! I am trying to route all wlan0 traffic through a VPN, but I cant get it to work. my Pineapple is cabled to my router, with a static ip address, and wlan0 is set up as an access point. I am connecting to the vpn server using the following command: openvpn --config /sd/config/vpnserver.ovpn which works fine, and I traffic directly from the pineapple terminal goes through the VPN (for example pings from the pineapple terminal, i check this using tcpdump -i tun0). But when I connect to the access point it seems like all the traffic from wlan0 goes diretly to br-lan. I have tried adding the following rules to iptables: iptables -t nat -I POSTROUTING 1 -o tun0 -j MASQUERADE iptables -I FORWARD 1 -i tun0 -o wlan0 -m state --state RELATED,ESTABLISHED -j ACCEPT iptables -I FORWARD 1 -i wlan0 -o tun0 -j ACCEPT but it does not work. How can I make all traffic from wlan0 go through tun0?
  11. Is there a way to get open vpn on the pineapple but without a vps there have been 2 videos that show this How to Build An OpenVPN Access Point - Hak5 2017 and pt 2 but both show using a vps can this be done without one my other option is to pay $5 for a digital ocean server but i want to try and refrain from buying one. is there any free alternatives or is that the only way it can be done
  12. Hi, I am a mark V owner thinking of purchasing a TETRA. If I were to use it as a normal router with an OpenVPN tunnel (i.e. TETRA is the client) what kind of speeds can I expect to get? It seems most routers max out at ~ 20Mb/s. Am I correct in assuming TETRA will not be able to handle a 100Mb/s connection ?
  13. VPN

    is there any relatively decent cheap VPNs you'd recommend??
  14. VPN Giving internal IP?

    Hey guys! Just followed the Hak5 Episode on making an OpenVPN server from scratch on Linux. I can connect to the VPN as long as I am connected to my own internal network... I thought the whole purpose was to be able to connect from the outside?
  15. anyone get this working ---- nano connecting to vps which is serving up web pages to grab crews and then sending it back to the nano. obviously the vps would have a ton or all the major pages in cache to grab the reds and then pass the traffic...??? or how can i make a splash page on the nano that the user clicks on - like free wifi - click for TOS - and it installs a cert of mine and then just sniff the business all day long? one last bit of guidance needed --- how can i use the nano to have it install an EXE on windows pc's???
  16. Lan turle v.s. public school

    I am a security tester and I have been hired at a public school. What I'm wanting to achieve is to be able to access the school network from my home. I understand on connecting my computer and the turtle to a vpn. Example: «My home computer» > VPN > lan turtle > school computer > «school network» Basically the goal is to plug the turtle (with the right modules) into a computer and plug the Ethernet cord into the lan turtle. Then go home and access the network and do what I need to do. Example: Ethernet > lan turtle > school computer > school network The questions are: 1. Does the host computer (the one with the turtle plugged in) need to be on? 2. Does the host computer being logged off matter? 3. Would my theory work? 4. How could I get a list of every user on the network (school systems are tricky, any user can be Logged in on any computer)? 5. Will it just be that school network or will I also access the entire county school network?
  17. I really loved the last two episodes on creating a VPN. I have a Wifi Pineapple Nano and have setup a VPN server and can manually connect . I used the forwarding 'foo' code in the video to get client forwarding working. Now I wanted to make it so that the openvpn client and the forwarding script works on startup but I cannot seem to get it working. I've done some searching but cannot think of where to go from here. I've put this in /etc/init.d/ #!/bin/sh # Start the openvpn service openvpn client.ovpn #Setup forwarding for clients iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -s 172.16.42.0/24 -o tun0 -j MASQUERADE iptables -A FORWARD -s 172.16.42.0/24 -o tun0 -j ACCEPT iptables -A FORWARD -d 172.16.42.0/24 -m state --state ESTABLISHED,RELATED -i tun0 -j ACCEPT And created a symlink to /etc/rc.d/ If I run the commands separately it all works however I cannot get it to run on boot. Should they be run as two different processes? Is it because openvpn is running the second won't trigger. Not sure if it's my lack of understanding of Unix/bash scripting or something else. Thanks for your time guys.
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