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Cryptostorm Breeze v1.0

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Re: Cryptostorm Breeze v1.0

Post by Charlie » Sat Sep 05, 2015 1:19 pm

If you got it working for a Tor router I can't imagine it'd be much different to route vpn traffic. Configuring IPtables rules can indeed be a pain but thankfully there are many guides and examples available online. I'm no expert but I've gained some experience after setting this up a couple times, so if you need help with anything specific just give me a shout.

But may I suggest something lighter instead of Raspbian for your router/home gateway needs - check out DietPi, or Moebius, etc. which could be more suitable and lightweight router distros.

PS It seems we're going a bit off-topic so this discussion probably belongs in a separate thread. Let us continue this someplace else and leave this thread for discussion and improvements regarding the cstorm breeze script.

Re: Cryptostorm Breeze v1.0

Post by vpnDarknet » Sat Sep 05, 2015 7:31 am

Think this may be my issue I just played it by hear, kinda following the method I used to build a tor router. My issue was getting the firewall working more than the OpenVPN, iirc.

I'll clear the raspbian OS and start again :)

Re: Cryptostorm Breeze v1.0

Post by Charlie » Fri Sep 04, 2015 10:38 pm

I've been planning on putting together a script to easily install everything needed for cryptostorm on the pi but I've been lazy. Might get around to it sooner or later.

But for now, what seems to be the issue for you? Did you follow the openvpn tutorials here on the forums, building it from source etc ?

Re: Cryptostorm Breeze v1.0

Post by vpnDarknet » Fri Sep 04, 2015 1:48 pm

Charlie, I'd really appreciate a walk through of how you've set this us on your Rasp-Pi, it's currently eluding me

Re: Cryptostorm Breeze v1.0

Post by Charlie » Fri Sep 04, 2015 4:05 am

It should absolutely work on your linux router! I've been using it on a raspberry pi vpn gateway/router myself. It's a quick and easy way to change exit nodes.

I see the download counter is clocking 90 at the moment and I'm glad to see others are finding this little script useful! Didn't expect that many downloads tbh :D

I've been away but made some changes a while ago, here's an updated version...

Changes in v2
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Re: Cryptostorm Breeze v1.0

Post by Tealc » Fri Jul 31, 2015 12:15 am

hulltech_unseen wrote:could this work on routers?


I'm running this on Chaos Calmer 15.05-rc3 :-D

Re: Cryptostorm Breeze v1.0

Post by hulltech_unseen » Wed Jul 29, 2015 12:47 am

could this work on routers?

Re: Cryptostorm Breeze v1.0

Post by jlg » Wed Jul 01, 2015 5:36 am

It's always good to see Linux getting some attention! Thanks again!

Re: Cryptostorm Breeze v1.0

Post by vpnDarknet » Tue Jun 30, 2015 2:06 pm

This is a fantastic useful piece of script; I've been trying to get CS to work on a Raspberry Pi for a few days, if this works I owe you beers, will you accept tokens :)

Re: Cryptostorm Breeze v1.0

Post by Charlie » Tue Jun 30, 2015 4:01 am

Thanks Desu. I was thinking of adding some features, perhaps cstorm install confs could wget all the config files, etc. Stuff like that would ease setting up cstorm for new members when they won't have to search around for everything they need, the script could be a good starting point for them.

Re: Cryptostorm Breeze v1.0

Post by DesuStrike » Tue Jun 30, 2015 12:39 am

Oh snap! Some Linux love! Thank you very much for providing this script.
This will definitely come in handy. Especially for fresh Linux users.

Re: Cryptostorm Breeze v1.0

Post by Charlie » Mon Jun 29, 2015 10:24 pm

Glad you like it Fermi

Re: Cryptostorm Breeze v1.0

Post by Fermi » Mon Jun 29, 2015 9:44 pm

Charlie,

Nice work, surely this will be of use for a lot of users.
Thanks!

/Fermi

Cryptostorm Breeze v1.0

Post by Charlie » Mon Jun 29, 2015 8:55 pm

Cryptostorm Breeze is a simple bash script that aims to ease common Cryptostorm-related tasks from the Linux command line, such as hashing tokens and switching exit nodes.

It requires OpenVPN daemon installed and functions perfectly on Debian Wheezy but could of course work on other Linux systems too, perhaps with some minor modifications to the script.

Notes:
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Usage

To hash a token, just paste it as the argument.

    cstorm <token>
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To connect to an exit node

    cstorm <country code>
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To stop OpenVPN service

    cstorm down
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Source:
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Copypaste it into a file, save it as cstorm, make it executable.

Or download the attachment and rename it to cstorm (attachment upload required a file extension)
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