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cryptostormusersguidev2 <-- feedback & guidance requested

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Re: cryptostormusersguidev2 <-- feedback & guidance requested

Post by Burdurky » Sun Aug 13, 2017 12:01 am

1- Crytostorm should make a youtube 'how to' video that references this guide so idiots like me can understand faster and make a purchase.

2- The guide mentions that Crytostorm helps with concealment from "just plain stupid terms of service from companies like Netflix." Please explain a bit more how it does this and what terms.(very generally)

Re: cryptostormusersguidev2 <-- feedback & guidance requested

Post by marzametal » Tue Aug 01, 2017 3:31 pm

I think the .ovpn extension can be manually changed to .conf without any issues.

Re: cryptostormusersguidev2 <-- feedback & guidance requested

Post by disruptivecold » Sun Jul 30, 2017 4:47 pm

In the instructions to install cryptostorm in linux there is a part when one has to import a configuration file (.conf) into Network Connections. Checking all the configuration files in github, there are only '.opvn' files and not a single '.conf' that we can use to import the corresponding setup.

Where can we get this file?
If not, is there a step by step guide to create this VPN configuration manually?

Re: cryptostormusersguidev2 <-- feedback & guidance requested

Post by bluemangreen » Sun Jan 29, 2017 10:21 pm

How up-to-date is this, and, would you place a similar document in the GitHub repository or otherwise maintain an "official" living document somewhere?

Re: cryptostormusersguidev2 <-- feedback & guidance requested

Post by apple123 » Tue May 10, 2016 12:50 pm

Re: cryptostormusersguidev2 <-- feedback & guidance requested

Post by kittenrockett » Wed Sep 16, 2015 1:09 am

in a quick once over, it looks fantastic. I would only make one suggestion at this point though, ipchicken is implied in testing your vpn settings, but https://wtfismyip.com is secure (automatically redirects to https) and is a tor supporter etc etc. If I were to regularily visit an ip locator site, I would definately pick that one.

to each their own though. maybe there is something I dont know about ipchicken that earned its way into this awesome doc

Re: cryptostormusersguidev2 <-- feedback & guidance requested

Post by Tealc » Wed Sep 09, 2015 9:36 pm

Really, really great, this would be great in a wiki format, so people can contribute to whatever :-D

Re: cryptostormusersguidev2 <-- feedback & guidance requested

Post by nymnom » Wed Sep 09, 2015 2:52 pm

A great guide for me (very much the newb). Being the sort of person that would rather pick up a nasty infestation of scabies than use Windows, the Linux hardening section was of particular interest and use.

Thanks anon.

Re: cryptostormusersguidev2 <-- feedback & guidance requested

Post by vpnDarknet » Wed Sep 09, 2015 1:35 pm

This is really nice work, if you would like to amend this to to the wiki I started many moons ago I'll grant you admin... if the owner doesn't mind it transcribing?

Re: cryptostormusersguidev2 <-- feedback & guidance requested

Post by mart-e » Tue Sep 08, 2015 3:40 pm

Nice one, thanks.
Is there any plan to put that in a more editable-friendly format like a wiki for corrections and stuff ? (oh look I was complaining about CS having too many services and now I ask for a new one)

cryptostormusersguidev2 <-- feedback & guidance requested

Post by cryptostorm_team » Mon Sep 07, 2015 4:39 am

{direct link: cryptostorm.org/userguide}


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The attached cstorm "user's guide" (we abhor the term "users" internally, as it's got that seedy edge... but everyone else uses it so we're not going to be too churlish about it in current context) was recently submitted to us anonymously by a community member. Actually we think it was submitted by a token reseller - and we're not sure if the "anonymous" submission was intentional or if we're just too slow to follow who should receive proper credit for this excellent work. In any case, we'll update this with such credit if/when we're provided with instructions by the author to do so. :-)

Anyhow...

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This is a pretty impressive document, based on our first-run read-thru. Likely there's updates and so on that will be needed... but for a starting point it seems enormously useful.

Rather than us keeping it internally until we figure out boring things like who actually wrote it, we've decided to make it available here. By all means, please share your critique and/or corrections, as needed, if you've a minute or two to read through it and catch any areas that could use revision.

Meanwhile, feel free to share with others and we hope this becomes a useful - and widely available - resource for members far & wide.

Tally ho,

~ cryptostorm


ps: also this, no relation to the userguide but hey laughter is the best whatever ;-)
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