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Passel Protect Server Regions
Below is a list of all available VPN regions for Passel Protect. North America Chicago Dallas Miami New York San Francisco Seattle Canada Mexico South America Brazil Europe Austria Belgium Bulgaria Denmark England France Germany Ireland Italy Lithuania Netherlands Norway Romania Russia Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey Oceania Australia New Zealand Asia Afghanistan Hong Kong I
Passel Protect App Settings
Auto Connect With auto connect enabled, Protect will initiate a connection to the last server you used as soon as the app is started up. Launch on Startup Passel Protect will automatically starts when your computer turns on. If you’d like Protect to connect to a server automatically, make sure Auto Connect is enabled. Choose Fastest Protocol By default Passel Protect will choose between OpenVPN, IKev2, and L2TP and select the fastest server available based on ping, server load
Security with Passel Protect
Privacy and Security Encrypted from one end to the other. Our VPN provides a virtual tunnel that protects your data from prying eyes. Every single bit of data is encrypted before it leaves your computer. We use strong AES-256-CBC cipher encryption which is a standard used by institutions that handle extremely sensitive information. Private. The way the internet should be. With Passel Protect, no one can see into your data. To someone on the outside (i.e. internet provider or tracking
Neagent Passel Protect
“neagent wants to use your confidential information stored in “Passel Protect” in your keychain” On Mac OS, “Neagent” or “Network Extension Agent” is required to configure the IKeV2 VPN protocol within System Preferences. When you connect to a server for the first time you will receive a prompt to enter your system password. Selecting “always allow” will allow your VPN authentication information to be stored in your encrypted keychain so that you won’t be prompted every time you connect.
Obfuscation & Passel Protect
Obfsproxy, which is now part of Passel Protect, makes it easy to manipulate how your web traffic looks when under Deep Packet Inspection. Some internet providers as well as governments like China and Iran use DPI to block VPNs or siphon the bandwidth available to a given protocol to discourage people from using it. Obfsproxy focuses on the way your web traffic appears while Passel Protect is keeping you anonymous and secure. Below are examples of how different traffic looks under Deep Packet I
Tor and Passel Protect
Onion over VPN When connecting to Tor through Passel Protect you are first routed through the nearest VPN server and then connected to a random Tor node. Protect keeps your IP safe and prevents your internet provider or government from knowing about or blocking the Tor connection. To connect to Tor simply click on the regions list and select the purple Tor icon. However, since all data goes through many relays to provide such anonymity, you can expect internet speeds to be slower when yo