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VPN Tunneling

To stay ahead of new and evolving threats, cryptostorm has always looked out past standard network security tools. Here, we discuss and fine-tune our work in bringing newly-created capabilities and newly-discovered knowledge to bear as we keep cryptostorm in the forefront of tomorrow's network security landscape.

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Con7e
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VPN Tunneling

Postby Con7e » Sat Dec 27, 2014 12:42 am

Hello!

The support advised me to write directly on the forums, hence here I am :).

I want to achieve something like the following:

Windows Host > CS VPN > 2nd (less trust) VPN > TOR > internet/tor hidden service

Problems arise when I try to connect with the 2nd VPN. It complains about the TAP device already being used. Would you be so kind in lending a hand?

Cheers.

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parityboy
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Re: VPN Tunneling

Postby parityboy » Sat Dec 27, 2014 5:44 pm

@OP

I did a 5 minute dig and found this. I know very little of Windows networking, so you could probably make more sense of it than I can. :P


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Re: VPN Tunneling

Postby Con7e » Sat Dec 27, 2014 6:02 pm

parityboy wrote:@OP

I did a 5 minute dig and found this. I know very little of Windows networking, so you could probably make more sense of it than I can. :P


Unfortunately the CS client as soon as it sees other tap interfaces it deletes them...

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Re: VPN Tunneling

Postby parityboy » Sat Dec 27, 2014 7:33 pm

@OP

Ahhh, I didn't know that. Hmmm, in which case the only real alternative (that I can see) is to run a virtual machine (or better yet a dedicated machine) with router software such as pfSense or ZeroShell and use that for your CS connection, tell your desktop machine to use that router as its gateway to the Internet, then run the "untrusted" (PIA? Vypr?) VPN connection from the Windows machine.

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Re: VPN Tunneling

Postby marzametal » Sun Dec 28, 2014 6:08 am

I didn't see any issues when I tried this... but I had my 2nd VPN, along with Tor inside a virtual box.
So...
Windows Host > CS VPN > Virtual Box > 2nd (less trust) VPN > Sandboxie > TOR > internet/tor hidden service


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