BolehVPN: Freedom Through Security

France server under Maintenance

April 25th, 2015

Dear Bolehians,

The France server will be taken offline for Maintenance.

Please switch servers in the meantime.

Sorry for any inconveniences caused.

China server to be Terminated

April 23rd, 2015

Dear Bolehians,

We are terminating our China server for now in search for a better one. The current China server (located in Shanghai) is not up to our standards in connectivity and speed.

We do not have an estimation on when will the China server will be back but we are trying our best to find a better China server.

The current FullyRouted China will be offline on the 31th May 2015

Sorry for any inconveniences caused.

 

Portal is Down for a moment due to Network issues

April 18th, 2015

Dear Bolehians,

The portal is down at the moment due to networking issues from Softlayer in the Singapore region. Their engineers are reviewing the issue at the moment.

Sorry for any inconveniences caused.

Update: Portal has been back online since 12am 19th April 2015 (GMT+0800)

New UK servers!

April 15th, 2015

We’ve brought up new UK servers to replace the old ones. These servers will be replacing SS-UK and L2TP – UK. You’ll have to update your configs to get access to them. BolehVPN client users can update through the Settings tab of the BolehVPN client. For custom users, grab the latest .zip from our website!

For DD-WRT users, the changes are as follows:

L2TP UK: 78.129.221.38

SS-UK: 78.129.221.30

MYNiC registry possibly compromised

April 14th, 2015

It seems that some Malaysian sites (Prominently, google.com.my and yahoo.com.my) have been the victims of a DNS attack. Accessing those sites now redirects to a temporary site with a defaced page.

The group behind this claims to be a Bangladeshi hacker group. This attack is remarkably similar to the one done 2 years ago, ostensibly by the same group and targeting the same sites.

We’ve tried accessing the websites using different DNS (TM’s, Google’s, and DNSWatch) and have been redirected to the defaced page each time. This indicates the attack was on the MYNiC registry, just like the last time, and Google / TM merely updated their records based off the MYNiC registry. All domains on the .MY suffix should be considered as at risk for now.

We will keep this updated as new info comes in.