VPNCheck Pro 22.214.171.124
A fix for a major security risk called DNS leak for those using any type of VPN, has now been added to VPNCheck Pro.
- Option to close OpenVPN GUI has been added.
- DNS Leak fix added.
If you’re not aware of what a DNS leak is, then you can find more info here.
There are several DNS leak fixes floating around the web, and during testing it was noticed that they are unreliable if used with OpenVPN on Windows Vista and 7. They are unreliable because if you restart or shutdown computer OpenVPN will fail to connect properly when you to start Windows again with OpenVPN.
So if you don’t run the correct commands and wait for sometime before connecting to OpenVPN after restart or shutdown, the OpenVPN will show itself as connected but in reality it isn’t. And thus would trick the user into thinking he or she is protected. To me this is alarming due to the fact how popular OpenVPN is, and how many users use DNS leak fixes they find on the web. The DNS leak fix for VPNCheck Pro has been heavily tested to prevent this from happening.
VPNCheck Pro 126.96.36.199
- If OpenVPN config was wrong a freeze could occur even after restarting VPNCheck Pro and is now fixed.
- After OpenVPN connection has been established openvpn-gui is closed to free up memory.
- Fixed issue where OpenVPN wouldn’t disconnect properly if network crashed.
For those who prefer to have openvpn-gui running you can download old version here.
- Auto-update paths have been corrected and should now work properly.
Tomorrow there will be a free give away to win Free licenses and 13 coupons with 50% Discount of VPNCheck Pro! All you have to do is to write a comment at the page of this website: http://www.leechermods.com/2011/04/5-licenses-and-13-coupons-with-50.html
Good luck and surf on!
Changes in this update are:
- Improved GUI for Change ID area a bit so it’s easier to understand.
- Fixed possible error for MAC address retrieval of info and change.
- Manual option to change MAC address is removed and replaced with automatic.
- Fixed error when several network cards with same names were detected.
Thanks for using VPNCheck Pro and surf safe!
- Optimized code in general
- Adjustment to OpenVPN auto login feature.
Just a little hint, VPNCheck Pro discount will end at start of April. Surf safe!
We appreciate that Soft82.com gave VPNCheck Pro an award, more so due to the fact they are one of the highest ranked and popular software portals on the web.
To prove all the products released by Guavi.com is clean and safe, you can now by going to the download page get results from scans by the popular antivirus scanners Kaspersky and NOD32.
Thanks goes to everyone who choose to use VPNCheck. Surf on:)
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- Highest possible customer service is the number one factor at Guavi. From development to partners.
- We will do everything we can as quick as possible if any issue occur with a product.
- A released product is tested in Windows 7 and Windows XP environments very extensively.
- If a customer isn’t satisfied we are not satisfied.
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Well well, another day and two minor bugs fixed. The file progams.vc sure created a lot of havoc at this premier show. Windows Vista and Windows 7 uses different methods to handle secured directories, and thus VPNCheck had issues finding the file “programs.vc” on some Windows platforms. Hopefully the latest version 188.8.131.52 will fix this which can be found at http://guavi.com/vpncheck_pro.html or http://guavi.com/vpncheck_free.html.
If anyone still have issues with programs.vc please do contact support or file a ticket.