Online chat

If you want to ask a quick question or give us some feedback use our private IRC server. You can either use a browser and go to or connect with your favorite IRC client to:

  • Server:
  • Tor hidden service: fwtnuwekoeayj3s7.onion
  • Port: 6667 / 6697
  • SSL: On
  • Channel: You automatically join our support channel

FOSS VPN client

Most of the available VPN clients are neither cross platform, Open Source, or leak data all over the place. As a result IPredator started to work on a FOSS VPN client called Netsplice.

Netsplice is still in the alpha phase so please test it. We need your feedback to improve it!

You can find PGP signed installation binaries for various Operating Systems here.

Anon Mail

VPN users can get access to our mail service which is reachable when connected to the VPN. Currently you get 1GB of space and can choose from a couple of domain aliases. You can find the necessary configuration details for the mail servers at the mail service page.

  • Server:
  • Storage limit: 1GB
  • SSL: required


To provide a convenient and privacy respecting instant messaging service, we run a public Jabber instance. You can use this service without having a VPN account in our system. Communication is handled via the Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP).

We are linked with various other jabber services, that support server to server connections.

Your connection to our server requires encryption via SSL. We also recommend using OTR or GPG, so that your communication with your friends is end-to-end encrypted.

  • Server:
  • Tor hidden service: 3iffdebkzzkpgipa.onion
  • Port: 5222
  • IPv6 support: yes
  • SSL: required
  • SSL fingerprint SHA1:
  • SSL fingerprint SHA256:


Since debugging your VPN problems usually involves dealing with logs and whatnot we provide an encrypted pastebin. Please use our pastebin and do not post your logs to public pastebins! Once you posted your data to the pastebin, grab the resulting URL and provide it to us.

  • Server:
  • Encrypted: yes


HTTP Proxy

You can use our non-logging web proxy for browsing the Internet. Be advised that not all websites will work using the proxy and that it is only available from within the VPN. Just point your browser to:

  • Server:
  • Port: 8080

Leak Check

Use our leak check tool to verify that the VPN is setup properly.

Check List

Use our check list to inform yourself on the up and down sites of operating systems and communication tools. If there is something missing that should be there let us know or contribute a new Miniguide.

DNS servers

One of the most important parts of a working Internet is an uncensored DNS. We run a pair of public resolvers which provide access to the ICANN root zone. All resolvers support DNSSEC.

  • Servers for IPv4:
    • (supports dnscrypt, see below)
  • Servers for IPv6:
    • 2001:67C:1350:DEAD:BEEF::246
    • 2C0F:F930:DEAD:BEEF::32

A dedicated set of DNS servers is available for use when connected to the VPN.

  • Servers for IPv4:
  • Servers for IPv6:
    • 2C0F:F930:DEAD:BEEF::23
    • 2001:67C:1350:DEAD:BEEF::46

DNScrypt support

The public resolver also support DNScrypt. To use DNScrypt with Windows take a look at Simple DNSCrypt client. For OSX you can use dnscrypt-osxclient.

    • Provider key: C44C:566A:A8D6:46C4:32B1:04F5:3D00:961B:32DC:71CF:1C04:BD9E:B013:E480:E7A4:7828
    • Provider
    • Pubkey TXT
    • IPv4 address:
    • IPv6 address: 2C0F:F930:DEAD:BEEF::32


Right now we have one Tor server running as an exit node:


If you want to configure our Tor servers as your exit node, follow this FAQ entry on the Tor Project web site.