Double layer VPN

Discussion in 'privacy technology' started by redcell, Mar 7, 2011.

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  1. redcell

    redcell Registered Member

    Sep 27, 2010
    I want to share something I've been experimenting. No conflict so far.
    Your base connection can be a Wifi hotspot or your home. I shall not mention other softwares like AV, firewall, keyscrambler, whatever.

    What you need:

    1. Main system with VMware
    2. Two different VPN services
    3. TOR for VM

    The figure represents my computer system.
    Launch VPN A in main system.
    Launch VM. Launch VPN B. Launch TOR. All web activities to be done inside VM.

    Why this setup is important? It protects your privacy from interface disconnection and DNS leaks.
    If TOR fails, VPN B supports.
    If VPN B and TOR fail, VPN A supports.
    If VPN B fails, VPN A and TOR support.
    If VPN A fails, VPN B and TOR support.
    (Sarcasm) If all fail, don't use computer.

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