Tuesday, August 13, 2013

VpnCilla 2.16


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Current Version: 2.16
Requires Android: 4.0.3 and up
Category: Communication
v2.16 update:
If you experience problems after upgrading conact me directly via mail below
V2.17
- Android 4.3 bugfix: suppress 2nd notification icon
V2.16
- bugfix: crash on some Nexus 7 devices due to invalid device id
- buxfix: prevent showing popup messages when app is hidden
- bugfix: better handling of boot option
Overview:
Before you buy this software, please test with the free “VpnCilla (Trial)” (also available at the google play market)!
VpnCilla is a VPN Client for VPN Servers as FritzBox, Cisco PIX/ASA, Fortigate or other VPN Servers with IPSec Pre-shared Keying (Xauth IKE/PSK).
Features:
* Profile automatically taken from the Trial version (don’t uninstall the Trial until the first run of this full version)
* No root access needed (if the device fully conforms to Android 4)
* Compatible with Fritzbox, Cisco PIX/ASA, Fortigate VPN Servers and others (?)
* Connects/Disconnects with a single click (by a Shortcut-Widget)
* Automatic Reconnect Mode on WiFi/Mobile failover/outage
* Supports Multiple Profiles
* Supports automatic Cisco Split Routing
* Passwords may be stored in profile or always manually entered when connecting (which is much more safe)
Advanced Settings:
* Possibility to specify WiFi Blacklists/Whitelists to explicitely deny/allow VPN on only specific WiFi ESSDs
* Possiblity to specify Manual Routes and/or DNS Server and much more…
Restrictions:
- Mention the security risk if passwords are stored in profile in case your device will be hacked or stolen!
- VpnCilla runs only if the TUN driver (tun.ko) as well as the the Android 4 VPN routing infrastructure is included in the firmware. UNFORTUNATELY NOT ALL DEVICE MANUFACTURER YET HAS INCLUDED IT!! Check with “VpnCilla (Trial)” first!
- Only IKE/PSK Xauth authentication is supported (no PPTP, no L2TP, no Hybrid RSA, no SSL, no Cisco AnyConnect, …)
- Active Screenfilter apps as Twilight or Lux might prevent selecting of the security dialog checkbox
 

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