VPN Guide Needed
#1
Salam Everyone.

Can anyone Provide me the Most secure VPN Server Configuration Method step by step on a debian/ubuntu server vps. and also about its security from any kind of attack. kindly provide me good and working tutorial. with all commands step by step.
#2
A requirement such as "most secure VPN server" is a really optimistic requirement in the nowadays world with giants like Google and etc working on Quantum Computing computers and daily critical security flaws in software and hardware in addition to so many hacked IoT devices day by day.

Either way, what counts as secure these days is still OpenVPN, MS-SSTP (Microsoft's replacement for PPTP), L2TP with encryption such as IPSec with RSA/PSK, TLS VPNs and a few other protocols. There is a VPN server instance that combines over four VPN protocols into a single secure server. It is called SoftEther and combines their own SSL/TLS VPN, OpenVPN, MS-SSTP and L2TP/IPSec PSK/RSA plus VPN over ICMP/DNS into a single server with features such as a secure NAT with its own DHCP and DNS server setup.

A guide for this has been recently published by a member of the forum. I have my own SE VPN server running on a VPS and it works perfectly. Updates are always there when necessary (such as when security issues and so on are fixed or new features are introduced) so it is not left behind and is still maintained.

URL: https://freevps.us/thread-19669.html

I recommend the guide from above because it is simple and it contains the setup of the secure virtual NAT.


P.S.: Next time please use the search function of the forum or look through the tutorial forum as we have many useful guides there.
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#3
You may try this, https://github.com/jlund/streisand
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#4
Sorry ! can't give you that but you can use windscribe which is really awesome. But security I really don't care because I use tor browser.
#5
(2016-12-01, 2:13:45 am)tukai Wrote: Sorry ! can't give you that but you can use windscribe which is really awesome. But security I really don't care because I use tor browser.

Check out Twitter, because Tor browser has many zero day issues. It's far not as secure than most people think.
Just the newest from yesterday: https://lists.torproject.org/pipermail/t...42639.html
And not all issues have been published. But this is true for all kind of software.
#6
One more Question: How can a VPN server Uses the VPS bandwidth? if it is limited. what is the criteria of a VPN to use your server B/W
#7
(2016-12-01, 3:29:05 pm)sagher Wrote: One more Question: How can a VPN server Uses the VPS bandwidth? if it is limited. what is the criteria of a VPN to use your server B/W

Every VPS has a bandwidth quota "Monthly Traffic". You can't go above it, otherwise your VPS will be terminated until the end of the month. https://freevps.us/announcement-13.html
I VPN connection uses just a little bit more bandwidth as if you browse the web on your desktop PC and directly connected to the internet.
#8
Yes you are right Mr. HXY , But i want something technical. the calculation and limitation of my B/W if i use VPN for Open some websites blocked by my ISP. but still control on my B/W to prevent from limit exceeding. who cause suspend.
#9
(2016-12-19, 6:48:00 pm)sagher Wrote: Yes you are right Mr. HXY , But i want something technical. the calculation and limitation of my B/W if i use VPN for Open some websites blocked by my ISP. but still control on my B/W to prevent from limit exceeding. who cause suspend.

China has used this before with some very specific DNS features, what they basically did was setup a proxy service on the VPS, and then they setup something called "ChinaDNS". Basically all traffic that would not be good to send to outside country like local websites would report the normal IPs and then it would not be routed through the external server, but the other serivces which might be censored like YouTube it would report back the proxy servers IP and then when the request header was sent there it would send back the sites data.

Pretty simple and clever setup I must say, if you have a bandwidth problem this might be the best solution for you. If you consider the traffic limitations of your VPS, let's say it is 1 TB. Since your VPS would have to download and upload the same information so it is able to send it to you this means double usage to deliver the data, and effectively makes your bandwidth 500 GB if used through VPN since 1 GB == 2 GB by this logic. Now, this makes it about 500/30=~17 GB each month which is fairly decent if you have a poor internet connection, depends on what you use it for? Regular browsing and some videos is completely fine, downloading files would not be so good.

As HR said I recommend my own solution here: https://freevps.us/thread-19669.html
You can set many security policies including limiting the traffic bandwidth as well as monitor how much traffic your current session has used. As for the more complicated setup I know the gist of how to set it up and have done it before, but I won't be creating any tutorial for such setups Smile




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