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New server in Denmark

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.

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Nacka location will be relocated - 5th of January 2016

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..

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IP leak vulnerability when using port forward

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 1.2.3.4 Victim’s routing table will look something like this:..

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Danish server down

Our Danish seems down. We've reported this to our provider now. 2015-11-24 22:40 First report on server down 2015-11-24 22:42 This has been reported to our provider 2015-11-25 12:41 Dead this. Our provider replacing the disk 2015-11-25 20.05 Server are up and running *SOLVED*

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OpenVPN configuration files updated

OpenVPN configuration files for OpenVPN GUI for Windows, OpenVPN for iPhone and Android, Viscosity and Tunnelblick for Mac has been updated with new servers and locations. New updated files can be found here, and don't forget to remove all old files and servers before: OpenVPN Gui Windows TAP: https://privatevpn.com/c..

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Browser Security issue may Allow Real IP Leak

VPN users are facing a massive security flaw as websites can easily see their home IP addresses through WebRTC. The vulnerability is limited to supporting browsers such as Firefox and Chrome, and appears to affect Windows users only. Luckily the security hole is relatively easy to fix. With a few lines of code websites can make requests to STU..

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