Why pick AirVPN?

  • AirVPN is the only VPN service in the world which offers OpenVPN on ports 80 TCP / UDP, 443 TCP / UDP and 53 TCP / UDP. This means that even the most brutal techniques of monitoring, censorship, throttling and traffic shaping will fail against AirVPN, because your ISP and your government will see only TCP or UDP traffic (as you prefer) on a unique port.
  • AirVPN uses OpenVPN to establish the connection between your computer and our servers. OpenVPN is the most reliable and secure solution for encrypted tunnels, offering a higher than military degree of security. Forget PPTP or other unsecure protocols.
  •  AirVPN allows you to do remote port forwarding. Without port forwarding, the performance of some applications, for example BitTorrent and eMule clients, would be severely impaired and the services on your computer would not be reachable from the Internet.
  • AirVPN does not discriminate nor forbid any kind of application, service or protocol.
  • AirVPN transparently publishes its policy of bandwidth allocation, in order to give you an exact evaluation of the performance you can achieve.
  •  AirVPN fully complies with the European Union directives which protect your privacy: Directive on Data Protection (95/46/EC) and Directive concerning the processing of personal data and the protection of privacy (2002/58/EC).
  • AirVPN does NOT monitor and does NOT log your activity online.
  • AirVPN has been created and is maintained by people who strongly support privacy and Net Neutrality and know well the needs of the communities around the world.


  1. Eduardo
    07.05.2012, 1:58 pm

    There are a number of thgins you can do in the real world to make online tracking tougher: use public computers, stay away from credit or debit cards, use cash whenever possible. Still, as the cultural landscape has changed to make that approach more difficult, DooVPN could really help out.

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  2. Kurukawa
    10.05.2012, 4:22 am

    Firestarter should supadport OpenVPN on it’s next rseeale.That has the inforadmaadtion on allowading VPNs for openadvpn and other vpna0stuff.For my lappy and netadwork conadnecadtion I use openadvpn, network-manager, firestarter, anda0ipcop.Ipcop on my router at home.. It’s just a old Dell stuffed full of old 3com nic cards. On that I have installed the Zarina OpenVPN add-on for Ipcop.If you set that up then you go through their howto and you end up with a *.opvn file and a *.p12 file. That’s a openadvpn conadfigaduadraadtion file and a the pk12 file is a PKCS12 encrypted file designed to allow for safe delivadery of certificates.OpenVPN supadports those in Linux, but unforadtuadnately I couldn’t get it to work with Network-manager’s openadvpn supadport. You copy those files to /etc/openvpn (in Debian Sid and probadaadbly Ubuntu) rename *.opvn to *.conf, restart openadvpn with “/etc/init.d/openvpn restart” and are prompted for the passadword for the file. You give it and it connects.So all of that with network-manager allows me conadsisadtant and transadparadent to my deskadtop at home irreadgardadless of what netadwork I hapadpen to be conadnected to at thea0time. Pretty neat stuff, I figure.

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