redman wrote:i opened cryptostorm a couple of days ago and it asked and performed an update. Since then I have not been able to connect, it hangs at the point "Logging into the darknet". I have uninstall and reinstalled with no luck. I have also removed OpenVPN and halted the AV software during the re-installation. How do I get the logs to see what is causing the issue as area where the logs are usually visible is black. I am running Windows 10 32 bit version.
For instance, it can enter your machine when you click on a malicious link, provided on YouTube, Facebook, Skype, visit a phishing web portal, put infected removable media drive onto your machine, etc. Besides, it is also known that Trojan: Win32/Fuery.B!cl has been spread through Java vulnerabilities and Adobe Flash
It's just a false positive. The CS widget installer randomly gets caught up in their database because it uses the same compression (LZ4) as some trojans.
I use a local win7 VM for widget dev, and the only thing installed on it is the stuff needed for widget dev (Perl, Notepad++, etc.).
I do file integrity checks on that stuff to make sure when I downloaded them they weren't MiTM'd.
The widget installer's hashes were generated on that local VM, and they're checked on the remote VM I use to build the widget, and then they're checked a final time when they're put up on the website.
So it's highly unlikely that something as simple as "Win32/Fuery.B!cl" is going to find it's way into the widget installer (unless your system is already infected ).
http://deletespywares.blogspot.com/2017 ... rybcl.html -For instance, it can enter your machine when you click on a malicious link, provided on YouTube, Facebook, Skype, visit a phishing web portal, put infected removable media drive onto your machine, etc. Besides, it is also known that Trojan: Win32/Fuery.B!cl has been spread through Java vulnerabilities and Adobe Flash
Yea, I'm not using/doing any of that crap on any of the VMs or servers.
Anyways, I'll do what I did last time this happened: send M$ a false positive report so they'll remove it.
I just tested with Windows Defender on win7 and win10 with updated databases, they didn't find anything in the latest installer.
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firstname.lastname@example.org [~/www]# grep ^\# whitelist
#onyx / paris
#cf-i / cryptofree
#alors / paris
#tagus / lisbon
#jord / switzerland
#skana / canadawest
#goo / useast (New York City, NY)
#windy / usnorth (Chicago, IL)
#resurgens / ussouth (Atlanta, GA) - will be removed in August 2018, replaced with "resurg"
#rugby / england
#ham - canadaeast
#silver - uswest (Las Vegas, NV)
#riga - latvia
#rotte - netherlands
#warsaw - poland
#stadi - finland
#warlock - dusseldorf
#brabant - netherlands
#stakaya - uswest (Seattle, WA)
#dc - useast (Washington, D.C.)
#lax - uswest (Los Angeles, CA)
#blocko - denmark
#gambit - rome
#zuna - frankfurt
#voodoo - isle of man
#voodoo - romania
#voodoo - russia
#sallad - ussouth (Dallas, TX)
#balaur - romania
#resurg - ussouth (Atlanta, GA)
#zur - switzerland
RubRiches wrote:Huh, that is weird. I ran Malware bytes and my system is ok.
No worries though I was able to download the new version and now I am stuck on the progress bar while connecting.
This is where it is stuck:
Sat Jul 07 07:52:09 2018 us=54756 [cryptostorm server] Peer Connection Initiated with [AF_INET]184.108.40.206:5060
Sat Jul 07 07:52:10 2018 us=150762 SENT CONTROL [cryptostorm server]: 'PUSH_REQUEST' (status=1)
Tried unchecking ECC instance, then DNS leak etc... but no good.
Please see if there is something I need to do.
One more request can you guys improve the widget as such that I don't have to exit the widget to go to Options while it is trying to connect.
marzametal wrote:Would it be safe to assume that the above means if I choose a random node to connect to in the widget, then all nodes will be attempted to be pre-resolved... and if I choose one specific node from the dropdown, then just that one will be pre-resolved?
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echo $management_password | csvpn.exe --config-options
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