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Service upgrade

With start tomorrow(2017-12-26) we'll start upgrading our VPN service. Following will be done:
1. Upgrade OpenVPN to version 2.4
2. Support of AES-256-CBC, AES-128-CBC, AES-256-GCM, and AES-128GCM
3. Add IPv6 to a black hole for preventing IPv6 leaks on Android and MacOS.
4. TCP/443 OpenVPN will support tls-crypt to increase users connection privacy.

There will be 5 minutes interruption on each VPN server.

2017-12-27
14.20: 70% of all servers has been updated!
14.57: New VPN app for Windows has been released. Restart the VPN app to obtain the latest version.
16.14: All servers have been upgraded!

Windows VPN app: https://privatevpn.com/client/privatevpn-win-new.exe
OpenVPN files: https://privatevpn.com/client/PrivateVPN-TUN.zip

Customers with Linux based routers with not IPv6 supports need to ignore IPv6 from OpenVPN server by adding this two lines to the OpenVPN configuration file:
pull-filter ignore "route-ipv6"
pull-filter ignore "ifconfig-ipv6"

Error message: Linux ifconfig inet6 failed: external program exited with error status: 1

Older routers need to import new configuration files: https://privatevpn.com/client/PrivateVPN-TUN-router.zip
Or change OpenVPN port 1194/UDP to 1196/UDP