We are giving the warmest welcome to Private Internet Access for Becoming our First Platinum Sponsor

Welcome to Private Internet Access for Becoming our First Platinum Sponsor! We are welcoming Private Internet Access to the OSTIF family, as they have became our first platinum sponsors. Their commitment to free and open software has been tremendous, first funding two OpenVPN code review projects and now the OpenSSL…

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Congratulations to Guido Vranken for earning our first bug bounty!

Security researcher Guido Vranken has had the honor of being our first bug bounty payout totaling $5000 USD for his work on fuzzing OpenVPN 2.4.2 and finding a variety of memsafe and error handling flaws, responsibly disclosing them, and working with OSTIF and the OpenVPN security team to integrate his…

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OSTIF Now Accepts Monero Donations

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We have set up the infrastructure to enable donations via Monero. Monero is a fully open-source and decentralized cryptocurrency that improves on the privacy shortcomings of Bitcoin through obfuscation technologies like RingCT and is currently working on an i2p based routing system to further privatize transactions, called Kovri. The Monero…

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How to install a hidden Windows 7 Operating System with VeraCrypt

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We have just posted our Windows 7 hidden operating system guide on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BFfl-YGsOGA In this guide, we show you how to create a VeraCrypt Windows 7 hidden operating system. This enables you to hide your operating system within an encrypted partition, creating data assurance for your OS and…

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OSTIF’s 2017 Open Books Have Been Updated

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OSTIF's 2017 Open Books Have Been Updated Our commitment to keep our financial transactions fully transparent continues. We have updated our public books to current. You can view them here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1OqWBlNwk5be2c74cRlmYOdhLWPeCjCBAALxYCdMwIaM/ Our biggest items of note in 2017 so far are the donations and expenses related to the OpenVPN 2.4 fundraiser.…

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The OpenVPN 2.4.0 Audit by OSTIF and QuarksLab Results

OpenVPN 2.4.0, the NDIS6 TAP Driver for Windows, the Windows GUI, and Linux versions were evaluated. This release included a number of new features including control channel encryption. QuarksLab found: 1 Critical/High Vulnerability CVE-2017-7478 1 Medium Vulnerability CVE-2017-7479 5 Low or Informational Vulnerabilities / Concerns This public disclosure of these vulnerabilities coincides with the release of OpenVPN 2.4.2 which fixes…

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