Q. How often do the OpenVPN SSL Certificates get updated?
A. OPENVPN SSL CERTIFICATES HAVE BUILT IN 30 DAY EXPIRATION.
HERE IS WHAT YOU WILL SEE AS THE CERTIFICATE EXPIRE MESSAGE:
Mon May 16 08:08:48 2011 us=140544 TLS_ERROR: BIO read tls_read_plaintext error:error:14090086:SSL routines:SSL3_GET_SERVER_CERTIFICATE:certificate verify failed
Q. What do you mean when you say "100% diskless"?
A. The MagusNet Anonymous Public Proxy servers are deleted from RAM/memory and rebuilt from scratch using a custom CDROM.
The entire environment runs in a set of distributed virtual machine images in less than 512MB of RAM
and includes the Tor Hidden Site Service for Collaboration.
Nothing is ever written to or stored on any disks, read/write media, or in any databases.
Q. Does the MagusNet Public Proxy log IP addresses?
There is no use for any permanent logging of any information. Usage statistics are analyzed to detect abuses and deleted when the systems are re-deployed. Logging of source and/or destination IP addresses is never attempted or built in to any of our servers for any reason and that policy is in place to preserve anonymity.
Q. Is the Collaboration Server Safe?
A. The new policy as of January 2013 is to delete the entire virtual machine that houses the Collaboration Server and deploy a new system from scratch. I do not backup any data that runs in the Torduckin virtual environment. I do not maintain any access to any data stored on any of my servers that can be used in any way, shape, or form, to trace or otherwise attempt to identify any of my users. The only way I can provide some level of safety is to delete everything on a regular basis using automation. When in doubt, always use some form of encryption whenever you are communicating with anyone.