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Jährlicher VPN.sh mit 150 GB/Jahr oder 500 GB/Jahr für 1.5 Pfund oder 3 Pfund

Jährlicher VPN.sh mit 150 GB/Jahr oder 500 GB/Jahr für 1.5 Pfund oder 3 Pfund

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Jährlicher VPN.sh mit 150 GB/Jahr oder 500 GB/Jahr für 1.5 Pfund oder 3 Pfund

VPN.sh bietet zum Black Friday wieder ein Special an. Hier die Beschreibung aus der eMail:

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We're excited, because Black Friday is coming! We're going to be offering up VPN's for just £1.50/year. With this, you'll get 150GB/year bandwidth to share across all of our locations.

The offer goes live at 00:00 GMT+1 (that's midnight, Central Europe Time) on Friday. This offer is for the Black Friday weekend only, so don't miss out!

To view the offer, please visit our offer page here: offer.vpn.sh
Alternatively, starting immediately, you can get hold of a 500GB/year VPN for just £3/year.
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Zum Vergleich steht das Small VPN von VPN.sh, welches 20GB im Monat bietet und 2 Pfund kostet. Oder das Large VPN mit 100GB für 3 Pfund.

16 Kommentare

Der Preis ist natürlich super-niedrig und auch die Transferraten sind ordentlich aber geht das noch wem so, dass die Leistung insgesamt (Uptime/Erreichbarkeit der Server) leider auch zum Preis passt?

Apologies for poor translation (I like to avoid using Google Translate whenever possible!):

German:

Hallo, bisher hatten wir ein paar Probleme mit der Verfügbarkeit einigen Standorten jedoch alle Standorte sind perfekt für einige Zeit läuft jetzt. Wir haben ein neues Support-Team Unterstützung bei allen Fragen habe, aber Sie sollten keine Probleme haben, da alle Standorte sind online.

English:

Hi there, we previously had some uptime issues with some locations, however all locations have been running perfectly for some time now. We've got a new support team assisting with any issues, however you shouldn't experience any problems as all locations are online.

Bezahlung nur möglich mit: PayPal & Bitcoin. Sollte eventuell oben stehen.

VPN_sh

we previously had some uptime issues with some locations, however all locations have been running perfectly for some time now. We've got a new support team assisting with any issues, however you shouldn't experience any problems as all locations are online.

Glad to see AllLocations.zip is back.
To get online in the first place, where exactly are we supposed to find our current client.crt, client.key and (if additionally needed with the registered eMail) OpenVPN password (presumably different from the one for website logon) ? The links eMailed out earlier this year don't lead to these (anymore).

TEN

Glad to see AllLocations.zip is back. To get online in the first place, where exactly are we supposed to find our current client.crt, client.key and (if additionally needed with the registered eMail) OpenVPN password (presumably different from the one for website logon) ? The links eMailed out earlier this year don't lead to these (anymore).



Hi there, no further files are required other than what is in AllLocations.zip (Location.ovpn and ca.crt for each location) - You can access the service by importing the .ovpn files into the OpenVPN client, and then using the login credentials found from within the "My Services" section of our client area. You're correct, the password to access your VPN will be different to the one which you use to signup for the service. All is visible from within the "My Services" section of our client area. Hope this helps!

German (Google Translate, sorry!):

Hallo, keine weiteren Dateien erforderlich andere als das, was in AllLocations.zip (Location.ovpn und ca.crt für jeden Standort) sind - Sie können den Dienst durch den Import der .ovpn Dateien in den OpenVPN-Client, und dann mit den Login-Zugang Anmeldeinformationen aus dem Bereich "Meine Dienste" der Client-Bereich gefunden. Sie richtig, wird das Passwort, um Ihre VPN-Zugriff anders als die, die Sie für den Dienst anmelden zu verwenden. Alles ist aus dem Abschnitt "My Services" der Client-Bereich sichtbar. Hoffe, das hilft!

TEN

Glad to see AllLocations.zip is back. To get online in the first place, where exactly are we supposed to find our current client.crt, client.key and (if additionally needed with the registered eMail) OpenVPN password (presumably different from the one for website logon) ? The links eMailed out earlier this year don't lead to these (anymore).

Ubuntu 14.04

Nov 27 21:47:54 NetworkManager[1235]: Starting VPN service 'openvpn'... Nov 27 21:47:54 NetworkManager[1235]: VPN service 'openvpn' started (org.freedesktop.NetworkManager.openvpn), PID 30792 Nov 27 21:47:54 NetworkManager[1235]: VPN service 'openvpn' appeared; activating connections Nov 27 21:47:54 NetworkManager[1235]: VPN plugin state changed: starting (3) Nov 27 21:47:54 NetworkManager[1235]: VPN connection 'VPN.sh UK' (Connect) reply received. Nov 27 21:47:54 nm-openvpn[30795]: OpenVPN 2.3.2 x86_64-pc-linux-gnu [SSL (OpenSSL)] [LZO] [EPOLL] [PKCS11] [eurephia] [MH] [IPv6] built on Feb 4 2014 Nov 27 21:47:54 nm-openvpn[30795]: WARNING: No server certificate verification method has been enabled. See http://openvpn.net/howto.html#mitm for more info. Nov 27 21:47:54 nm-openvpn[30795]: NOTE: the current --script-security setting may allow this configuration to call user-defined scripts Nov 27 21:47:54 nm-openvpn[30795]: UDPv4 link local: [undef] Nov 27 21:47:54 nm-openvpn[30795]: UDPv4 link remote: [AF_INET]209.222.30.29:1194 Nov 27 21:48:35 NetworkManager[1235]: VPN connection 'VPN.sh UK' (IP Config Get) timeout exceeded.

Specifically the Login Details before and after the forward slash on the Username/Password line (the latter distinct from the website's) below the Countries & Regions section at vpn.sh/cli…ils I presume?

(Deeplinks and precision are what new users really need to "replay" such instructions...)

I'm afraid vpn.sh/how…tml is a little light on details still, and its OpenVPN rewrites configurations imported from .ovpn files into /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections (which might need manual tweaking) e.g. on Ubuntu.
ubuntuovpnimportltfx2.png
A start might be (i.e. without TLS client cert/key):
vpn.shuk94dy9.png
However this often just times out:
It seems the OpenVPN launch also re-initializes the underlying uplink, changing e.g. the eth0 config. Working around this (in my case by bypassing a router and setting a fixed IP) I could get the VPN to work, though too slow for streaming video from UK servers without much stutter now (to be seen how this changes at 4am or so).

Je nachdem was ihr damit machen wollt, es wird alles geloggt bei denen

TEN



The username and password credentials there are correct, yes. If you're having issues, please do open a support ticket and we'll assist there. We're having no problems connecting to that location form this end.

Please ensure that your advanced options look as follows:

imgur.com/a/D…tFM

CroMarmot

Je nachdem was ihr damit machen wollt, es wird alles geloggt bei denen



We do not store any logs of what you access. Login/logout times and bandwidth usage (in MB) is all that we retain, in order to ensure you do not exceed bandwidth limitations.

German (Sorry, Google Translate again!):

Wir berechnen keine Protokolle von dem, was Sie Zugriff zu speichern. Login / Logout-Zeiten und die Bandbreitennutzung (in MB) ist alles, was wir zu behalten, um sicherzustellen, dass Sie Bandbreitenbeschränkungen nicht überschreiten.

VPN_sh

The username and password credentials there are correct, yes. If you're having issues, please do open a support ticket and we'll assist there. We're having no problems connecting to that location form this end. Please ensure that your advanced options look as follows: http://imgur.com/a/DytFM

Thanks, my config looks absolutely like yours.
Adding the screenshots from both of us to vpn.sh/how…tml might make this less steep a climb for tonight's new arrivals.
Truth be told, CyberGhost's is much slower to connect than your UK server from where I am, so I'll try this out on other uplinks in the weeks to come as mine has been a mobile one suspected of some (attempted) DPI & traffic shaping lately.

CroMarmot

es wird alles geloggt bei denen

While you may not, by "denen" (in spite of the conventional spelling) he probably means that "T.H.E.Y." do. Then again, that it might be broken by an agency with unlimited resources would probably by the weirdest reason not to use encryption in the first place.

VPN_sh

The username and password credentials there are correct, yes. If you're having issues, please do open a support ticket and we'll assist there. We're having no problems connecting to that location form this end. Please ensure that your advanced options look as follows: http://imgur.com/a/DytFM



Ah ok, please do open a ticket if you have any issues with speed!

CroMarmot

es wird alles geloggt bei denen



"They" as in "big brother" haha? I'm a representative of VPN.sh and can confirm that we as a business do not store logs of what has been accessed through our network. Hope that clarifies :).

Also, our £1.50/year offer is now LIVE for Black Friday on the deal link for this post! offer.vpn.sh for all the details.

VPN_sh

The username and password credentials there are correct, yes. If you're having issues, please do open a support ticket and we'll assist there. We're having no problems connecting to that location form this end. Please ensure that your advanced options look as follows: http://imgur.com/a/DytFM

Actually the tickets will be with the telcos first - one of them about to be terminated for RST-spoofing even against SSH, Great-Firewall-of-China-style, in the middle of Germany.

VPN_sh

our £1.50/year offer is now LIVE for Black Friday on the deal link for this post! http://offer.vpn.sh for all the details."They" as in "big brother" haha? I'm a representative of VPN.sh and can confirm that we as a business do not store logs of what has been accessed through our network.

Germans are understandably wary of nosy agencies - they've harboured&hosted a few for way too long (often at great sacrifice&loss of lives).

Quite delighted to find your support so responsive under the new structures, hence wishing you much success and plenty of new customers (as long as they don't slow the existing ones down ;)). Adding the above details&screenshots as well as a recommendation to e.g. "sudo apt-get install network-manager-openvpn-gnome" should help them get started.

damn, just missed the 500gb/year offer oO

VPN_sh

The username and password credentials there are correct, yes. If you're having issues, please do open a support ticket and we'll assist there. We're having no problems connecting to that location form this end. Please ensure that your advanced options look as follows: http://imgur.com/a/DytFM



Completely understandable why people would be wary :).

Glad to see that the support is up to expectation. I'll get your recommendation added to our to-do list for the weekend :).

mcking

damn, just missed the 500gb/year offer oO



It's still available via this link: vpn.sh/cli…=28

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