Continue reading Port striping v2

Port striping v2

Port striping v1 When cryptostorm was first created around 6 years ago, one of the first things we realized customers would need was the ability to connect to the VPN on non-standard ports. At the time, other VPN providers offered this by simply...
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Balancing loads

As some of you know, we use a DNS based load balancer in our VPN setup. There's the "Global random" option in our Windows  widget , and a set of our OpenVPN configs with "Balancer" in the file name. Both of those use the host name balancer.cstorm....
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New features

Several months ago, security researcher Ahamed Nafeez disclosed the VORACLE compression attack against encrypted OpenVPN sessions which could allow attackers to decrypt encrypted VPN traffic if plaintext traffic such as HTTP was being tunneled thr...
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A new blog

After writing  https://cryptostorm.is/new explaining the recent changes we made to our network, someone recommended that we start a blog. That sounded like a good idea, and with a blog we don't have to keep making standalone pages every time we wan...
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