Jump to content









Most Liked Content


#2311 Enter to win a Free Netgear R7000 Nighthawk VPN Router

Posted by TorGuard Admin on 15 January 2015 - 04:50 PM

2015Router-Contest.png

 

The VPN router contest is back again! Enter now to win a high speed VPN router and one year VPN service with TorGuard. This contest is only open to TorGuard Forum members and you can enter by replying directly to this thread. Winners will be chosen at random on February 16th, 2015 and notified via private message.

 

The Netgear R7000 Nighthawk WiFi Router is a wireless networking masterpiece with plenty of power to go around. This router brings the future of networking to your home or office with a high powered dual-core processor that runs at 1GHz, making it one of the fastest 802.11ac routers from Netgear to date. Read more about this VPN Router here...
 
Good luck!!!
 

  • Anett, JimmyJam, Brownone and 3 others like this


#1977 Enter win a Free ASUS AC66U VPN Router

Posted by TorGuard Admin on 05 November 2014 - 06:07 PM

Router-Contest.png

 

Members, enter to win a high speed VPN router and one year of VPN service from TorGuard! The router will be shipped to you flashed with DDWRT VPN software and pre-configured to run your VPN account. You can view more detailed info on the ASUS RT-AC66U here.

 

This contest is open to TorGuard forum members only and you can enter by replying directly to this forum thread. Winners will be chosen at random on Black Friday 2014 and notified via private message.


  • HAWK2042, robnc20, Johnssm and 3 others like this


#5233 TorGuard bugged in iOS if you enter wrong credentials

Posted by Support on 11 June 2017 - 10:04 AM

 

I have experienced what seems to be a bug in TorGuard on iOS devices: If I enter a wrong password or user name, TorGuard will keep retrying to connect and will refuse to disconnect, effectively hijacking the device's entire network connection. You will need to kill VPN entirely on the device to regain control of your network. 
 
I have had it happen on both an iPhone and an iPad. 
 
Has anyone else seen this? 

 

 

Hello, we have seen this and we are in the processing of fixing the problem, we should hopefully have a fix through the week.

 

Regards


  • TorGuard and SpectrumDT like this


#5005 VPN to Taiwan

Posted by Support on 04 April 2017 - 12:53 PM

I'm currently working in Australia and needs to access service in Taipei. Is there any plan that Torguard is deploying VPN server in Taiwan?

 

We just pushed Taiwan to the TG Client - the servers are based in Taipei - we only have a couple here just now but if they are OK we will add more :)

 

Regards


  • TorGuard and saqib like this


#4944 Foxyproxy SSL proxy not connecting

Posted by Forumaccount on 23 March 2017 - 09:11 PM

Figured out the answer if anyone is interested.  By default, Firefox blocks non-standard ports for security reasons.  In order to override this setting, type about:config into the browser window and search for network.security.ports.banned.override.  If this string doesn't exist you need to right click > select new string > and use network.security.ports.banned.override as the name.  The value will be the port number you want to allow (993).


  • Support and Taurean like this


#4931 My internet is slow with Torgaurd v0.367

Posted by Support on 22 March 2017 - 08:01 AM

Guys if using Kaspersky - please follow the steps below, it should help with speed and stability:

 

=> Open Kaspersky Internet/Total Security

=> Click on Settings (small gear icon at the bottom left hand corner)

=> Click on [Additional]

=> Click on [Network]

=> Uncheck "Inject Script into web traffic to interact with webpages" and check if the issue persists

 

Regards


  • Avatar_GW and TorGuard like this


#4896 Torguard VPN on Mikrotik router OS for selected internal IPs only

Posted by sunnypv on 16 March 2017 - 01:03 AM

Mikrotik Configuration that worked for me :

 

My Configuration :

/interface l2tp-client
add connect-to=chi.central.usa.torguardvpnaccess.com disabled=no name=l2tp-tg \
password=**** user=****

/ip firewall nat
add action=masquerade chain=srcnat log=yes routing-mark=TG

/ip firewall mangle
add action=mark-routing chain=prerouting new-routing-mark=TG passthrough=yes \
src-address=***My PC IP***

/ip route
add distance=1 gateway=10.1.2.1 routing-mark=TG


  • TorGuard and gnvdude like this


#4816 How to TorGuard with OpenConnect client

Posted by 19807409 on 14 February 2017 - 12:56 AM

OpenConnect Client Guide
jL5wq1P.png
For Windows:

Spoiler

For Android:
Spoiler

Usefull Links/Guides:

 
INFO:
Please login to your account to find actuall server list and choose your server. All openvpn/l2tp/pptp hostnames work with anyconnect on port 22. Anyconnect hostnames use port 443.
6iYj18B.pngREZiCx2.png


  • Support and Ramz like this


#4796 Year Review

Posted by TorGuard on 11 February 2017 - 03:23 PM

Introduction

 

Hello, I have been a TorGuard customer for roughly a year now, since last April. I’ve experienced some of the worst VPN providers and some of the best; the last VPN service I was with was good but expensive, so I went on the prowl to seek something that had a better price for what I was getting.

One main reason that made me decide to choose TorGuard as my primary provider, was their prices. The VPN package alone isn’t much of a deal breaker, but the “Privacy Bundle” is. You get access to all TorGuard’s HTTPS/HTTP/SOCKS proxies plus their VPN service for a couple bucks more which is totally a steal. It’s much cheaper to purchase a subscription yearly instead of monthly, this is where I decided it would be cost effective in the long run.

Next reason was that they do not log or monitor any user traffic, besides the automated security measures they have put in place to protect their network from outgoing spam or ddos. They offer free DNS servers in USA and France which also have no logs, you can rest assured whatever you are accessing isn’t being monitored by a third entity.


You cannot go wrong with choosing TorGuard as a VPN provider, they provide top notch support to all customers, good reasonable pricing and fast servers all around the globe. Available connection methods: ovpn/pptp/l2tp/anyconnect/sstp/ssl/http/socks/ssh — Up to 5 simultaneous connections. They offer many different pre-defined openvpn configurations as well as a custom generator to fine tune as per your liking. Ports can be forwarded to most server locations instantly from the portforward dashboard, simply enter the port you want to forward and the server IP.

 

Your VPN account uses separate login details(different from dashboard/forums) for enhanced privacy and security, the user/password can be changed at any time from the client dashboard. You aren't required to enter any identifiable information upon signing up, you could put your name as John Doe if you wanted, become anonymous with TorGuard.
 
VPN Client Software

 

TorGuard's VPN client is easy to navigate, sporting a minimalist interface to access all vital components. It is loaded with a lot of different configurable settings and features. The main features that stand out in the client are the following: DNS/WebRTC/IPV6 leak protection, killswitch, stealth proxies, built in anyconnect support. The client works well on Windows 10, all features I've tested do their job as advertised. The client supports: Windows, Mac OSX, Ubuntu 86/64bit, Redhat 86/64bit, Arch 86/64bit, and of course if you do not want to use the client you can always use the provided .ovpn configs (for your router or another configuration setup, etcetera).

 

Ciphers/Encryption Specs:

Spoiler

 

Customer Service

 

Support normally responds to tickets within two hours or less, with the exception sometimes it may take up to 24 hours depending how busy they are; best time frame I have found was between the hours of 5am and 6pm. Staff are responsive, they do their best to help you with what ever problem you may have. Livechat is more intended for pre-sales questions, since staff cannot confirm who you are if you try to ask a question related to your account, such support related questions should be directed to a ticket instead.

 

Staff frequently update their blog to announce latest security concerns for various different topics and as well new features to keep you informed regarding their services: https://torguard.net...rguard-updates/
 
Servers/Speed

 

I am not aiming for maximize speed, instead, to achieve a strong layer of protection with TorGuard's services. My ideal setup looks like this: My Computer > TorGuard VPN(TCP, AES-256) > TorGuard Proxies(Load Balanced) > Tor Network. While this setup is not the best for speed, it does still work really well and can download stuff at reasonable rates.
 
TorGuard servers are very reliable, I've been connected to a single VPN server location for weeks at a time; would be longer, but I end up changing locations/settings often. There is no bandwidth limits on any of the servers, TorGuard doesn't throttle users, you get unlimited bandwidth. Each month I find myself using over 1 terabyte DL/UL and haven't been restricted in anyway. TorGuard is the perfect choice for Torrents and or as a general VPN provider. The major selling point is the amount of servers you get access to, TorGuard claims to have over 1600 servers, available to 54+ different countries!

 

End

 

This review was not endorsed or paid for: it is solely based off my personal observations and information provided by TorGuard. Thank you for reading, hopefully you have gained some insight for how the services are like. If you want to try TorGuard out yourself, they offer a 7 day refund if for any reason you are unsatisfied with the service. Have a nice day.
 
 
 
Check this out: Real Questions of Anonymity other VPN Service Provider’s Won’t Answer


  • Support and Ramz like this


#4650 OpenVPN TorGuardApp (soon publicly available for testing)

Posted by 19807409 on 18 January 2017 - 07:39 AM

TorGuardWRT + OpenVPN + TorGuardApp + Extras

 

more info following in coming days.

 

Please leave your comments.

 

 

Further discussion, descriptions, guides will follow only on corresponding github project page. I may or may not reply in this thread.

 

As replacement of a discussion board where you would like to discuss with me about this project, it will be on slack channel. Please follow github for more info, github will be updated in next few days.

 


  • Support and 45855621 like this


#4470 TorGuard on Windows 10 Mobile

Posted by trump2016 on 05 December 2016 - 11:38 PM

I didn't see a tutorial for setting up TorGuard access on Windows Phone devices, so I thought I write up a short tutorial. Hope this helps some people.

This is based on my device running Windows 10 Mobile (build 14965)

 

  1. Add a VPN connection (Settings -> Network & wireless -> VPN -> Add a VPN connection)
     
  2. Settings as follows:
    1. VPN provider: "Windows (built-in)"
       
    2. Connection name: Whatever you want. For example "TG".
       
    3. Server name or address: Any VPN hostname from here. For example "central.usa.torguardvpnaccess.com"
       
    4. VPN type: "L2TP/IPsec with certificate"
       
    5. Type of sign-in info: "User name and password"
       
    6. User name: Your TorGuard user name
       
    7. Password: Your TorGuard password
       
  3. VPN proxy settings: Automatically detect settings

That's it! You should be able to connect to TorGuard now.


  • Support and TorGuard like this


#4274 iOS App - Feature Request and Whats Coming

Posted by Support on 30 October 2016 - 09:50 PM

+1

 

Would really really love to see "connect on demand" option which is an auto-connect & a kill-switch on same time, it's available on many VPN apps. IKEv2 doesn't really work as intended.

 

Xx7TfPi.png

 

Thanks, we will work on this in our next release.

 

Regards


  • nomad111 and iMe like this


#3803 Asus Merlin settings to bypass VPN (Policy based routing and Killswitch)

Posted by FallGuy on 06 June 2016 - 06:22 PM

The iface needs to be set to VPN and it's currently set to WAN. I would delete the rule and reconfigure it using VPN. If you leave it set to WAN it will always display your wan or isp's ip address when you run a leak test or ipcheck.

Also, under Accept Dns configuration, it should be set to "strict".
  • FallGuy and torman like this


#3604 ED + TorGuard is AWESOME!

Posted by Buddhaman on 11 March 2016 - 08:35 PM

Hi to the torguard community and to the torguard devs!

 

I purchased torguard with the intent of being able to play Elite: Dangerous with some australian friends. If you play Elite dangerous I'm sure you have heard of the multiplayer issues.

 

I am happy to report that TorGuard worked PERFECTLY last night at allowing us to play together quickly, easily AND stably for the first time in over 9 months!

 

So no issues here during setup, no questions needing to be answered.

 

Just a big grin on my face and a THANK YOU, to the devs, and the community that made a program like this possible. :)


  • jjjj and TorGuard like this


#3577 Using Torguard to access USA Netflix from Australia on TV

Posted by Befuzzled on 04 March 2016 - 10:42 AM

Hey mate,

There are generally only two ways to achieve what you want. VPN or Smart DNS.

 

VPN

For this method you need to have a DD-WRT router as only those will allow you to configure your router to apply your VPN configuration to it. There is the drawback of all your network data will be going over the VPN though and depending on what the connection is like it will more thn likely be considerable slower than your typically video streaming you currently experience.

 

Smart DNS

This would probably be the best solution for your situation as you just need to remove the current DNS Server configuration and use the ones provide by torguard when you purchase their Smart DNS service. Save the configuration and boom done. Just make sure you use the right location

This is considerably faster than the VPN solution and easier to configure with your device. 

 

*Note: With Netflix cracking down on geoblockers this methods may soon not work 

 

Best of luck

 


  • Cathalm8 and wotmate like this


#3092 You are not anonymous

Posted by Insomniac on 19 September 2015 - 09:07 AM

WebRTC is a technology that allows for browser-to-browser interactions not previously possible with other standards.
A serious privacy issue has been found in WebRTC. This issue allows for websites see the local IP address of a user. This is a major concern as it allows for unique identification of users behind NATs, VPN, and potentially Tor. The proper browser extension disables or configures WebRTC to not use certain IP addresses like an ISP-provided address, when browsing through a VPN). You can test this here. https://diafygi.github.io/webrtc-ips/ Your local IP address should not appear.

Please patch your browsers.
 
Chromium:
WebRTC Network Limiter: Chrome Store
 
Firefox:
Disable WebRTC configures WebRTC to not use certain IP addresses like an ISP-provided address, when browsing through a VPN). You can simply disable WebRTC in Firefox:
  • Enter "about:config" in the URL bar
  • Find the key of "media.peerconnection.enabled"
  • Set the value to "false"

But it may reset after each update. Which is why I recommend installing Disable WebRTC

Disable Web RTC: Mozilla Store or https://addons.mozil...disable-webrtc/
 


Firefox mobile:
Disable Web RTChttps://addons.mozil.../en-US/android/

TorGuard should send emails to all clients about this vulnerability and add info on this to the set-up instructions.

  • Annonymous and V.NETO like this


#2951 Viscosity deleting connection list

Posted by DrMorbius on 05 August 2015 - 02:49 PM

Alright I posted a ticket and got a reply.

 

If you downloaded the 'patch' from the posted link in @Will yesterday, you need to redownload it today. I re-ran the patch downloaded from yesterday (8/4) which does not offer the option noted by @JJJJ of Append / Overwirte / Ignore.  If you have edited connections, inserted your own, etc, select append, if you want to clean the list choose overwirte.

 

On my Windows 8.1 Pro PC the installation process ran without issue. On my Windows 7 PC the installation ran into issues replacing files in use. These files appeared related to the service / driver / adapter of Viscosity. I selected, ignore for the files in use and the installation finished and offered the VPN List update options. I chose to 'ignore' since I figured the installer from yesterday ran without problem there was little chance of a change to those files overnight. The VPN connection appears to be running OK and passes the leak dectectors. I have reported the Win 7 Install issues to Support.

 

I also hope the update process gets fixed.


  • jjjj and Will like this


#2740 Ordering Confusions of a Newbie

Posted by sagitto on 06 June 2015 - 05:53 AM

I thought it would be as simple as buying a plan, downloading a program for my Windows PC (32bit) and off I go.

Not so.

I surfed to the Torguard website, selected VPN Pro Service which on the next window becomes Anonymous-VPN-Pro-VPN.

I then notice at the bottom of the page under "additional required information" a box beside "TG Viscosity" with a default option of "NO".  Say what?

Do I stay with "NO" or do I select "YES" - it doesn't seem to make difference to the price.

It doesn't seem to add anything extra into the shopping basket.

 

Per the Chat box I need it in order to run the VPN Pro Service aka Anonymous-VPN-Pro-VPN.

If it's essential why isn't the default "YES", what happens if I go with "NO".  Try looking that up in your Funk and Wagnalls (aka knowledgebase).

 

Pity ther aren't step by step instructions for the Really New, First Time Users, Don't Know what They Are Doing customers.

 

Then the other problem I suspect that is looming for me is what do i download anyway, should it Torguard VPN Lite or Torguard VPN Pro.  I would think the latter because it has the name of the Subs that I want to buy but on the other hand there are no Subs for VPN Lite.

 

Woe is me.

 

Guess somethings are just meant for the mediocre (that's me with some 'ediocr' inside - that 'dio' bothers me, the word idiot also has it).

 

 


  • BBob and sagitto like this


#2308 DD-WRT Configuration with Selective VPN Tunneling and Port Forwarding

Posted by Greybox on 13 January 2015 - 08:46 PM

I use my DD-WRT equipped router, with the built in OpenVPN Client, to open a VPN tunnel, but I only wanted one specific machine to use the tunnel. That machine doesn't have the processing power to handle a high speed VPN connection, to the tunnel had to come from the router. I wanted to create this connection with 3 guidelines

 

1) Only one specific machine would connect through the VPN tunnel

2) That machine would connect only to the VPN tunnel, never to the public traffic

3) I want 2 specific ports forwarded, through the VPN and through the router, to that machine

 

With a combination of TorGuard support and learning a lot on the dd-wrt forums, I was able to accomplish all 3 goals

 

First, to connect one or more specific machines to the VPN, this functionality is already built into DD-WRT. In DD-WRT, go to the Services tab, and then the VPN sub-tab. Fill out the fields based on this guide, but skip the 'Save Firewall' section at the beginning, as well as the UsernamePassword file generation, since Username and Password fields are now a standard part of later DD-WRT builtds. On the same VPN page, in the 'Policy Based Routing' field, include the IP address of each machine you want to use the VPN followed by '/32' then hit 'Apply Settings'. As an example

192.168.1.20/32

Second, go to the Administration tab and then the Commands sub-tab. There, enter this command, replacing IPADDRESS with each IP address you want to be blocked from the WAN, and click Save Firewall

iptables -I FORWARD -s IPADDRESS -o $(nvram get wan_iface) -j DROP

Again, as an example

iptables -I FORWARD -s 192.168.1.20 -o $(nvram get wan_iface) -j DROP

This will allow that machine to only use the VPN, when both the first and second steps are completed successfully

 

 

Third, on the same command page, edit the Firewall script, and add the following lines, replacing IPADDRESS and PORT appropriately, followed by clicking Save Firewall

iptables -I FORWARD -i tun1 -p udp -d IPADDRESS --dport PORT -j ACCEPT
iptables -I FORWARD -i tun1 -p tcp -d IPADDRESS --dport PORT -j ACCEPT
iptables -t nat -I PREROUTING -i tun1 -p tcp --dport PORT -j DNAT --to-destination IPADDRESS
iptables -t nat -I PREROUTING -i tun1 -p udp --dport PORT -j DNAT --to-destination IPADDRESS

This example will forward port 8080 to IP address 192.168.1.20 from the VPN tunnel

iptables -I FORWARD -i tun1 -p udp -d 192.168.1.20 --dport 8080 -j ACCEPT
iptables -I FORWARD -i tun1 -p tcp -d 192.168.1.20 --dport 8080 -j ACCEPT
iptables -t nat -I PREROUTING -i tun1 -p tcp --dport 8080 -j DNAT --to-destination 192.168.1.20
iptables -t nat -I PREROUTING -i tun1 -p udp --dport 8080 -j DNAT --to-destination 192.168.1.20

Once all 3 steps are completed and saved, everything should work as designed


  • TorGuard Admin and Support like this


#2268 Torrent General Question

Posted by TorGuard Admin on 29 December 2014 - 01:12 PM

Hello and welcome to TorGuard... I would be happy to answer your questions:

 

1. VPN server locations in the app that have a green torrent symbol are optimized for bittorrent. If there is a grey icon that means the location is not optimized for bittorrent usage.

 

2. You can still use a non optimized location and all traffic will be routed through the VPN. The only difference is your bittorrent downloads may not perform as well as when running on a (green) optimized location.

 

Hope this answers your questions.


  • Bourne82 and KomputerEyes like this