How to connect to an obfuscated server?

Keep in mind that an Obfuscated server only works by using TCP protocol so it is much slower than the other non-obfuscated VPN servers. Only use this server if obfuscation is really important to you!

If you are using Windows you will have to install a few additional packages.

1. First, go to https://www.python.org/downloads/ and download+install Python 2.7.x.

2. Next, download and install https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=44266 .

3. The last software you need is the OpenSSL from https://slproweb.com/products/Win32OpenSSL.html .


After everything has been installed go to your Windows Command Line (CMD) by typing cmd in the Start menu and start it as Administrator.

Use these commands in order to install Obfsproxy!

cd C:\Python27\Scripts

pip install --upgrade pip

pip install obfsproxy

Then start Obfsproxy:

obfsproxy --log-file=obfsproxy.log --log-min-severity=info obfs2 socks 127.0.0.1:10194

You will only be able to connect to the obfuscated server while Obfsproxy is running so until you keep the Command line open. 

Keep in mind each time you want to connect to the Obfuscated server you have to open the Command line and run these two commands:

cd C:\Python27\Scripts

obfsproxy --log-file=obfsproxy.log --log-min-severity=info obfs2 socks 127.0.0.1:10194

Also, keep the Command line open! If you close it Obfsproxy will stop running!


You have to ways to connect to the Obfuscated server.
1. Either use the default OpenVPN Windows App Which you can download here.
2. You can also use the BladeVPN App, however, you have to move all files from the BladeVPN installation folder to the OpenVPN/bin installation folder and start the app from there.
If you haven't installed the default OpenVPN app then create a folder in c:/Program Files/OpenVPN/bin. You may have to create both the OpenVPN and bin files.
Copy all files from c:/Program Files/BladeVPN to c:/Program Files/OpenVPN/bin
The reason that this is necessary is that the Obfsproxy Python App has absolute links pointing to the official OpenVPN folder.





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