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SoftEther VPN - Cross-platform Multi-protocol VPN Program

  •    C

SoftEther VPN is a ?Cross-platform Multi-protocol VPN Program. It supports SSL-VPN protocol to penetrate any kinds of firewalls. Ultra-optimized SSL-VPN Protocol of SoftEther VPN has very fast throughput, low latency and firewall resistance. Virtualization of Ethernet devices is the key of the SoftEther VPN architecture. It virtualizes Ethernet devices in order to realize a flexible virtual private network for both remote-access VPN and site-to-site VPN.

autovpn - Easily connect to a VPN in a country of your choice.

  •    Go

autovpn is a tool to automatically connect you to a random VPN in a country of your choice. It uses openvpn to connect you to a server obtained from VPN Gate.Tested and works on Fedora 23. Dunno about Windows. Patches welcome.

OpenVPN - open source SSL VPN solution

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OpenVPN is a full-featured open source SSL VPN solution that accommodates a wide range of configurations, including remote access, site-to-site VPNs, Wi-Fi security, and enterprise-scale remote access solutions with load balancing, failover, and fine-grained access-controls. With OpenVPN, you can tunnel any IP subnetwork or virtual ethernet adapter over a single UDP or TCP port, use real-time adaptive link compression and traffic-shaping to manage link bandwidth utilization and lot more.

brook - Brook is a cross-platform(Linux/MacOS/Windows/Android/iOS) proxy software

  •    Go

Brook is a cross-platform(Linux/MacOS/Windows/Android/iOS) proxy/vpn software. Brook's goal is to reduce the configuration steps. Keep it simple, stupid.




meshbird - Distributed private networking

  •    Go

Meshbird is open-source cloud-native multi-region multi-cloud decentralized private networking. Download and install latest release from this page https://github.com/meshbird/meshbird/releases.

strongSwan - IPsec-based VPN Solution

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strongSwan is an OpenSource IPsec implementation. IPSec is an encryption and authentication standard that can be used to build secure Virtual Private Networks (VPNs). It has powerful IPsec policies supporting large and complex VPN networks. It implements both the IKEv1 and IKEv2 (RFC 7296) key exchange protocols.


Telepresence - Local development against a remote Kubernetes or OpenShift cluster

  •    Python

Telepresence substitutes a two-way network proxy for your normal pod running in the Kubernetes cluster. This pod proxies data from your Kubernetes environment (e.g., TCP connections, environment variables, volumes) to the local process. The local process has its networking transparently overridden so that DNS calls and TCP connections are routed through the proxy to the remote Kubernetes cluster.

Tinc - a VPN daemon

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tinc is a Virtual Private Network (VPN) daemon that uses tunnelling and encryption to create a secure private network between hosts on the Internet. All traffic is optionally compressed using zlib or LZO, and LibreSSL or OpenSSL is used to encrypt the traffic and protect it from alteration with message authentication codes and sequence numbers.

Pritunl - Enterprise Distributed OpenVPN and IPsec Server

  •    Python

Pritunl is built with OpenVPN and any existing OpenVPN client can be used. IPsec is used for site-to-site links and VPC peering. All traffic between clients and the server is encrypted. Optional two-step authentication is available using Google Authenticator. It can be easily distributed across multiple servers and different datacenters for improved performance, high availability and automatic failover when an instance fails.

vpn-at-home - 1-click, self-hosted OpenVPN deployment and management app.

  •    Python

1-click deployment of OpenVPN with DNS ad blocking sinkhole. Deploys to your favorite VPS machine. Created with Vue.js, Semantic UI and Django. This app provides easy management console to keep OpenVPN configuration files in one place, provided in self-contained, easily deployable, clickable package.

node - Mysterium Node - VPN server and client for Mysterium Network

  •    Go

Cross-platform software to run a node in Mysterium Network. It contains Mysterium server (node), client API (tequila API) and client-cli (console client) for Mysterium Network. Currently node supports OpenVPN as its underlying VPN transport.

pritunl-client-electron - Pritunl OpenVPN client

  •    Go

If the Pritunl package is currently installed run the uninstall command below. Requires homebrew with git, go and node.

VPNMonitor

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Tool that monitors VPN connection and reconnect if specified hosts are unavailable. Tool can be installed as Windows Service, so VPN Monitor begins it's work as the computer starts. No human actions needed.

swanc - 🦆 StrongSwan based VPN Controller for Kubernetes

  •    Python

To install Swanc, please follow the guide here.Want to help improve Swanc? Please start here.

ovpm - OpenVPN Management Server - Effortless and free OpenVPN server administration

  •    Go

OVPM allows you to administrate an OpenVPN server on linux easily via command line and web interface. With OVPM you can create and run an OpenVPN server, add/remove VPN users, generate client .ovpn files for your users etc.

tunnelblickctl - :lock: Command-line interface for Tunnelblick

  •    Rust

Command-line interface for Tunnelblick, the de facto OpenVPN client for OS X. Download one of the pre-compiled releases, then copy it to your $PATH.

watchblob - Connect to 2-factor WatchGuard VPNs on Linux with OpenVPN

  •    Go

This tiny helper tool makes it possible to use WatchGuard / Firebox / <> VPNs that use multi-factor authentication on Linux. Rather than using OpenVPN's built-in dynamic challenge/response protocol, WatchGuard has opted for a separate implementation negotiating credentials outside of the OpenVPN protocol, which makes it impossible to start those connections solely by using the openvpn CLI and configuration files.

dns-heaven - Fixes stupid macOS DNS stack (/etc/resolv.conf)

  •    Go

dns-heaven fixes macOS DNS stack by enabling the usage of the native DNS stack through /etc/resolv.conf. Some programs like dig, nslookup and anything compiled with Go doesn't use macOS native name resolution stack. This makes some features like split DNS to not work with those programs.