We've released our first VPN App for Android. Unlike the iOS version this app supports OpenVPN. Android VPN App could be downloaded via Google Play or from this link https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.pvpn.privatevpn
We've released our first VPN App for iOS. This app works on both iPhone and iPad iOS version 9.0 or later. This VPN App could be downloaded via App Store or from this link https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/privatevpn/id1168424870?ls=1&mt=8
Today, 09/04/2016, we're staring a huge upgrade of our VPN servers including new back-end system for our VPN services. There will be two bigger steps that will be done over the time.
1. Reinstall VPN servers with latest VPN server software.
We've released our first VPN application for Mac OS X. We only had a VPN application for Windows before but now for OS X also. The VPN application is currently in the beta stage so there may be bugs.
Download the and run the VPN application from here https://privatevpn.com/client/PrivateVPN1.0.11.pkg
We will change provider with in 1 - 2 days in Denmark. When we're making the change, there will be a short down time and the service will not be available in Denmark during that time.
Service has been moved to a new provider.
The Nacka server location will be relocated to a new provider and location in Kista/Stockholm. This will be done 5th of January 2016. Estimated down time will be 24 hours.
In meanwhile, the service will be unavailable and we kindly ask customers to use our server location in Stockholm instead.
If you're using PPTP or L2TP, see server ad..
Some of you may have read the latest security flaw that applies on all VPN protocols such like OpenVPN, PPTP, L2TP etc, where a VPN customer can expose the real IP of another customer using the same VPN server, through a forwarded port. But it's
Victim is connected to VPN server 188.8.131.52
Victim’s routing table will look something like this:..