While this guide applies to Linux distributions in general, the commands and package names shown here are specifically for Debian/Ubuntu servers and desktops. In most cases, you’ll just have to adapt the apt command and package name for your distribution… Read More »How to M$ RDP (Remote Desktop) to your Ubuntu Server THE RIGHT WAY!
In my previous guides I showed you how to set up Tor, obfs4proxy and how to use it with Tor Browser. But what if you want to use your bridge from within the Tor daemon directly? I will show you… Read More »Using bridges with Tor daemon (service)
You might be running an OpenVPN server and found that your IPv6 clients get their IP leaked. I have a quick fix! The problem If your client machine has IPv4 only, you won’t notice any problems. But if your client… Read More »Quickly kill IPv6 leaks on your OpenVPN server
Now that we have a Tor bridge running (previous guide), we might want to obfuscate the traffic to look more like normal HTTPS traffic. This is useful for censorship circumvention or if you simply don’t want “spies” knowing that you… Read More »Obfuscate your Tor bridge with obfs4
Annoyed by how slow Tor can be? Host your very own, private bridge somewhere to boost speeds! What is this guide about Whenever you use Tor, your connection goes through three servers. There’s an entry node, a relay in the… Read More »Set up a private Tor bridge to boost speed
Here’s a list of OpenVPN clients I recommend for various platforms. Windows Use the official open source community client. https://openvpn.net/community-downloads/ Mac Use the open source Tunnelblick client which is both OpenVPN and GUI in one app. https://tunnelblick.net/ Linux Use your… Read More »OpenVPN clients: A list
Need a VPN to stay protected on the go while on public Wi-Fi but don’t want to pay for a VPN provider? Here’s how! Prerequisites This guide requires you to have a public IPv4 address pointing to your router, and… Read More »How to set up a OpenVPN server at home, quick and dirty.