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Anyway, i don't drink words from companies' CEO unless i verify by myself (which isn't possible). They won't reveal things that will affect their business.
 
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Anyway, i don't drink words from companies' CEO unless i verify by myself (which isn't possible). They won't reveal things that will affect their business.
Sure but hes a realy nice person. I trust a owner wich is a nice person anytime over someone posting something in a forum just because he think he is right.
 
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SoftEther does not import configuration files. i need a client that can import already created configuration files from VPN services just like Viscosity does.
you can import, but if you don't take time to learn how to use it, better you pay for a pre-configured VPN service; you have plenty.
 
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Sure but hes a realy nice person. I trust a owner wich is a nice person anytime over someone posting something in a forum just because he think he is right.
Im not here to be right or wrong about something you don't have any control or way to verify it, for those kind of topics i can only tell my opinion; free to you to ignore it.
 
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Asr07

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Have you find the OpenVPN client alternative you were looking for?

I am using SoftEther, but there are few providers (ibvpn is one of them) that offer configs.
 

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Cyberghost is also a good option because it has lots of servers also they are fast. In Cyberghost the free version it has servers in Czech Republic, Germany, Spain, Finland, France, United Kingdom, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Ukraine and United States. I really like Windscribe and I am using it at the moment but I wish Finland servers would be in the free version especially if people from Russia want a close server with low ping because Russia is a paid server also some from Estonia, Lithuania, etc would like it too. :) @windscribe I guess there is quite a bit of people from Russia that use VPN. In my opinion it is weird why there is so many servers in Western/Central Europe in the free version and hardly any in Northern/Eastern Europe.
 
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HarborFront

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Hi @windscribe

Can I know whether I can exclude other DNS IP addresses in Windscribe VPN? If yes, how to do it?

I ask is because Heimdal Pro uses DNS-based engines and as such its DNS IP addresses need to be split-excluded in the VPN

Thanks
 
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Andrew999

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Norway is a free option now, it's right next to Finland.
I don't understand why a month or so ago in the free version Switzerland was added. France, Luxembourg and Germany are even closer together than Finland and Norway. That is the same point for me. :)
 
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NormanF

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Sorry Everyone. am actually looking for an OpenVPN Client alternative. reason why is because i have a subscription of ZorroVPN and ExpressVPN and i don't want to install their client separately. i need a VPN client like OpenVPN that can manage multiple VPN accounts. that is what i mean and hope you all get me right here?
I prefer a browser-based client. Just turn it on and as long you install a webrtc leak blocker alongside it, you're set. I tried Windscribe and the external client it called to the browser extensions often dropped my connection. I uninstalled it.
 

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I use Windscribe(paid) and other VPN`s(Surfeasy Ultra+VYPRVpn+PIA+Proton VPN Plus)but I love the Browser Addon from Windscribe it is just awesome:love: