How to make an Open VPN server on Raspberry PI - anti hack solution

How to make an Open VPN server on Raspberry PI - anti hack solution
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How to Make an Open VPN Server on Raspberry PI

How to Make an Open VPN Server on Raspberry PI

What is a VPN server.


The VPN server is a computer that is in another place on the Internet, which when you connect is forming an encrypted tunnel. While using the VPN server, your service provider can not figure out what kind of traffic you do, which sites you visit, etc.
In addition to the service provider, hackers who are lurking on your network can not figure out which sites you visit, what passwords you use, etc.

How to Make an Open VPN Server on Raspberry PI


We talked about the advantages of the servers on other occasions, where we explained how many problems we might have when connecting to public wifi networks. With a simple application like WireShark you can scan the traffic of everyone connected to a network, and you can find passwords and other login data.

VPN public servers are not that safe.


Today is a lot of companies that offer VPN services, but we do not know who is behind these companies and what their interests are.

Why are some VPN services free?


Where it's free, it's clear you're paying differently. For example, on videotutorial.ro you can watch tutorials in addition to the tutorials showing different ads that are displayed by some companies that pay for those ad slots at the end of the month.
It's a classic model that has been running for a long time, and has allowed us to keep our site free of charge.

Open your eyes to free VPNs.


VPN services are not like websites to advertise everywhere. That's why it's pretty suspicious how they can work, given that a VPN server consumes more resources than a website, reported to each user.

Where do you get free VPN services?


Simply, FROM DATA COLLECTION. All traffic passing through the VPN server is passed through the proxy cache, which saves all metadata.
Data collection is the best deal for IT companies at the moment. Look at Microsoft, which focuses on data collection more than ever.

Cambridge Analytica - People Do not See or Do not Understand!


Look at the Cambridge Analytica scandal, which was hired by Trump's team to drill holes in the brains of a few million users to replace their cultural baggage. I repeat that you may not understand:
Cambridge Analityca Data Mining Professionals, using Facebook collected data, have built cultural profiles for each of the 50.000.000 users, from which they managed to collect data directly or indirectly (friends lists) using banal applications from Facebook app collection.

How did Cambridge Analytica's trickery work?


Using these profiles, they have made multiple sites, forum accounts, youtube accounts, and various videos on multiple topics. Depending on each cultural profile, users were directed to content specially created for them.

A specialist at Cambridge Analytica said:

In order to change political choices, you must first destroy the cultural beliefs of the users, and then plant other cultural values ​​that will send them to the desired result.
It was time for the turbulent citizen who asked "I'm the one I vote for" Now you know who you MUST vote for!

These are the new TRUISME factories!


Personally, I prefer to steal everything from my house and pockets, to drop me in the naked butt, to give me a punch in my mouth, than to manipulate me like that. Matrix not!
We come to wonder how our brain information is real, how many of our culture are, or whether our ideas are generated by our thinking or just taken over.
I think we have to go back to philosophy ...

Why does the world not react?


Because the world is using Facebook, and every Facebook user is dependent on networking. For this reason, just to be a drug or alcohol addict, the user is a denial, believing that he has no problem with it and that he can not affect him, just "he was in the US, not in us" .

Return to "How to make an Open VPN server on Raspberry PI".


To make an OpenVPN server on Raspberry Pi we need a ...Raspberry Pi.
Raspberry Pi is perfect because it is small, cheap, silent and economical. Running 24 / 7 will not cause any problems.
The VPN server will be OpenVPN installed through an automated script. Installation is extremely easy, and the user only intervenes at certain key points.

What is an Open VPN server good for?

1. Contacting home network
2. Connecting to surveillance cameras from home without having them accessed from the internet
3. Auto Backup of Phone Pictures with the SyncME application
4. Make Payments Safely When You Are On Public Wi-Fi Networks
5. Safely navigating to the shelter malicious applications

Who needs an Open VPN server


I'd say anyone would need a VPN server. Do not use it permanently but only in situations where there are doubts about the security of the connection.
Anyone could set up a VPN server at home, because a Raspberry Pi is pretty cheap.

Tools required.


SD Memory Card Formatter (for card formatting)
Etcher (to burn the image with raspbian on the SD card)
Picture of Raspbian Lite (without graphical interface)
WinSCP (for SFTP entry on Raspberry Pi)
PuTTY (for installing piVPN through SSH)
PiVPN (the official PiVPN site)

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    Comments

    1. Florian said:

      Can you make a tutorial about creating a web server on such a device?

      • It's no big deal, just install Apach web server. The problem is that a Raspberry web server will not bear a huge traffic because the resources are limited.

    2. Cristi, you are doing a tutorial about routers, that is what router is worth buying in 2018

    3. Constantin said:

      Hello Cristi, a sdcard of 8 gb is enough for a VPN server?

    4. Andi `s said:

      Hello Cristi & all
      Where to buy a Raspberry and what a good purchase (link)
      If it can be complete (box, adapter .. etc) Thanks

    5. Cristi, I want you to do more tutorials with IoT projects using Raspberry PI. Thank you!

    6. I'm looking for a project on Rasbperry pi, a player playing at certain hours and a certain time. It would be useful to publish something like that.

    7. Hello Cristi! Congratulations on the tutorial, very interesting. I have a question, maybe you could help me with an answer. I use a PPTP VPN server that runs in a DD-WRT router. From some locations (for example, in most airports) I can not connect to the PPTP VPN server at home because of the restrictions of WIFI networks in the airport. How can I get through these restrictions? Would OpenVPN work? Anticipated thanks for the answer!

    8. Alin Untaru said:

      Hi, I see you use a 3 model B. How many clients do they support at the same time? Thank you

    9. Hello
      i have a vpn server on a router asus rt n66u the better it on raspbery pi 3 ??

    10. can the server also be on an external hdd?

    11. Hello Cristi! Congratulations to the tutorial! I'd like to put it in the "Opera". I have a question: how do I make router connections to Rasbperry PI 3? I mention that I have a router, here in Germany, "Speedport Hybrid" from Telekom. Thank you.

    12. Hi Cristi. I follow with interest all the tutorials made by you and Adrian. I can say that some really helped me.
      Regarding this tutorial, I would be interested if I can put this VPN server on a NUC from Intel.
      On this NUC I installed Ubuntu and I have a seedbox.
      I have a RT-AC87U router. I have dynamic IP from RDS.
      You can help me with this. Maybe we can talk privately.
      Thank you anyway, because through your tutorials you help a great deal of us to solve our problems.
      I am waiting for an answer.

      • You have two options.

        1. You can install PiVPN on Ubuntu, it works.
        2. You can use one of the two VPNs on the router.

        From the tests I've run, I've found that PiVPN is faster than the VPN servers on my Asus AC56U router.

    13. Thanks for your promptness.
      But about the dynamic ip. It changes.

    14. Maybe we can talk privately.

    15. Adrian said:

      I installed it in raspberry and it works very well the speed is higher than the one on asus rt-18u even if it is has extra merw fw instantly connects! Thanks for the tutorial I long love guys watching!

    16. How do we connect to the OpenVPN server in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS?

    17. hi, maybe a vpn server on Raspberry pi with openvpn and stunnel where we could use a DNS domain offered by RDS and again to use a static ip instead of dynamic. The one from RDS is ip dynamic.
      Thank you!

    18. For Raspberry's remote access via VPN must we write public IP? If Raspi is in a home LAN where we have dynamic IP, how do we access it from the outside?

      • You make the ip port forward from the router accessed to the raspberry server at the 22 port. Gen 168.0.1.20 22 forward port and can access from console anywhere.

    19. I have Raspberry Pi 3 +, and I did not understand how to connect it to the internet ... what do I do?

    20. Andrei Cosmin said:

      Hello Cristi! I use the VPN server on my Asus router but I have a problem ... If I connect from a public network to my home vendor, my isp (home) is seeing my traffic or is it all encrypted?

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