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README.md

Auto VPN

Easily create an anonymous VPN with Digital Ocean, no logs, destroy at any time with no trace. You can use this for your own personal server if you wish but the whole purpose of this script is to create disposable VPN's in DigitalOcean or any other VPS Provider. (D.O. confirmed they do not track what goes on within the VPS).

Distributions

Ubuntu

VPS Note

When creating a Droplet in Digital Ocean, make the hostname something "normal" instead of the gibberish it automaticaly generates or the script will have trouble sending emails because of spam filters.

Instructions

  1. CD Into temp or wherever you want to download the files

    cd /tmp

  2. Download the files

    git clone https://github.com/xlinuxmanx/auto-vpn.git

  3. CD Into the folder and make the scipt executable

    cd auto-vpn

    chmod +x {openvpn.sh,win-client.sh}

    During Postfix Configuration, select Internet Site, system mail name will be the hostname of your VPS.

    During the setup, select yes on the prompts for IP Tables

  4. Run the script

    ./openvpn.sh

Windows Client

  1. Run the win-client.sh script and add the client name followed by your email.

    ./win-client.sh Client-Name my@email.address

    The Script will automatically generate a configuration file for this VPN and email it to you! (Check your spam)

  2. After installing the OpenVPN Client in Windows, rename the tun interface it creates to "OpenVPN" so the config works as it should.

  3. In the ZIP, browse through /etc/openvpn/(client name)/ and copy its contents to your OpenVPN Directory in C:\Users<your username>\OpenVPN\config.

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