- 1 Disclaimer
- 2 Tokens
- 3 How to connect
- 4 Useful Tools and links
This site and wiki is in no way associated with cryptostorm, other than we supply tokens to access their secure vpn darknet All information on this wiki is sourced from the cryptostorm website and forums A sincere thank you to all of the people there for making this possible - happy safe surfing!
Paste a token (or sha512 hash of token) into the text box, and press submit This will return a summary as below:
Authorized? - true Still Active? - true Token length - 365 Days since activated? - 0
An interesting and informative article on the cryptostorm forum by Pattern_Juggled
Paste in a token, hit "Calculate!", to be shown the relevant Hash string
From the page:
- Uses jsSHA 1.3 (jssha.sourceforge.net) by Brian Turek.
- Take the above result from the Hash field and use it as username in your OpenVPN window. Password can be left blank. I know, right?!
How to connect
widget - Windows
The latest build of our Perl network connection client application - the widget - us 2,0, nicknamed Narwhal. Technical changelog available at https://cryptostorm.org/viewtopic.php?f=47&t=6200&p=9191 The widget is opensource (Perl source code), & comes in several versions depending on your preference of exitnode
If you'd like to switch between exitnode clusters without grabbing a new installer, it's easy to change your exitnode preferences in the widget - screenshots found in our forum. also: we recommend folks follow this housekeeping procedure to ensure Windows correctly recognises the newly-installed widget's components.
Raw connection guides
For those who perfer their darknet raw, our member community has crowdsourced proven successful connection guides for most all popular OS/hardware platforms.
configuration/connection files for cryptostorm! (rev. 1.4)
This thread exists to serve as a one-stop location for the most current version of the client configuration files for cryptostorm. As new versions complete alpha (internal) and beta (community) testing successfully, they'll be swapped into this post - so that there's always the most current approved configs (and only the most current versions) here in this thread.
Note that all config files in this post have, as of today (12 January 2014) been upgraded to Hostname Assignment Framework compliance. This delivers vastly improved session security, resilience, and flexibility as our network continues to grow and expand.
- smartphone security subforum
- HOWTO: 4 easy steps to connect your Android with OpenVPN Thanks Tealc
- Android .conf files and certificate (folder)