Developer website: AirVPN
AirVPN is a VPN based on OpenVPN and operated by activists and hacktivists in defence of net neutrality, privacy and against censorship. A VPN tunnel encrypts your connection to the Internet. This impenetrable tunnel prevents criminal organizations, your ISP or even your government to spy on your communications.
AirVPN enables your computer (the "client") to send and receive data across the Internet through dedicated nodes ("the VPN servers") as if those data were an integral part of the private network. This is achieved through a point-to-point OpenVPN (in routing mode) connection. The connection is encrypted and each packet is authenticated both by your client and our servers, so that nobody (including your ISP) between your computer and the VPN server can see the data you transmit and receive, the real origin and destinations of such data, and, last but not least, can inject forged packets into your stream of data. The picked encryption cipher meets higher-than-military security requirements.
Additionally, when your client has established a point-to-point encrypted connection (often referred to as "the tunnel"), your data will "get to the Internet" without any reference to your real IP address, which is simply no more inside the packets. Anybody on the Internet will therefore see your packets as coming from our VPN servers exit-IP addresses, not from your real IP address, protecting you against privacy intruders and other malignant entities, such as sniffers in public WiFi hot-spots, hi-jackers, profilers and disturbed "copyright trolls".
Full access is available on a subscription basis. The quoted price is the cost per month Additional plans can be found on the developer's site.
Note: Although Finder indicates that this is version 2.11, the developer states that this is version 2.11.15.
- A lot of minor improvements or internal improvements.
- OpenVPN / stunnel bundle updated, with OpenSSL 1.0.2h
- General UI improvements
- Rewritten OpenVPN directives management and logic.
- Windows - Application Manifest update (detection of Windows 10)
- New Support Report
- Windows / OS X - Enhanced DNS handling logs that now show changes.
- rcvbuf & sndbuf, now set to 256k under Windows, and to OpenVPN default on other OS.
- Tor options moved from protocol to proxy area
- Automatic setting for rcvbuf and sndbuf
- Windows - Windows Filtering Platform support. Including new method for IPv6 block, DNS lock, network lock.
- Windows - Specific option for IPv6 lock at OS level, because it's not mandatory with new WFP IPv6 lock method.
- Windows - Specific option for DNS interfaces lock, because it's not mandatory with new WFP DNS lock method.
- Windows - DPI-Aware layout
- Windows - Single Instance checking option, true by default
- Multicast rule if "allow private" is active
- Simple Service Discovery Protocol rule if "allow private" is active
- Service Location Protocol rule if "allow private" is active
- Dump OVPN as log in case of "Options error"
- Protocols grid and new protocols/ports
- Doesn't stall with some OVPN custom directives
- Custom "executables.*" path previously ignored if executable file existed in the program folder.
- OS X 10.9 or later