How to run your own OpenVPN server on a Raspberry Pi by Denis Nuțiu


Hello everyone! In this short article I will explain how to setup your own VPN (Virtual Private Network) server on a Raspberry PI with OpenVPN. After we setup the server, we will setup an obfuscation server in order to disguise our traffic indicating that we’re using a VPN. This will help us evade some form of censorship. Why use a VPN? First, let’s talk about why you may want to use a VPN server: 1. Avoid man in the middle attacks. If you have a malicious user on your local network — even your roommate — that person is able to monitor your unencrypted traffic and tamper with it. 2. Hide your internet activity from your ISP (Internet Service Provider) or University, in my case. 3. Unblock services. My University blocks all UDP (User Datagram Protocol) packets. This means that I cannot use any application that communicates via UDP. I can’t use my email client,....

April 12, 2019
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