Phobia last edited by
There was discussion in a topic (https://forum.pfsense.org/index.php/topic,62869.0.html) from about a year ago talking about SoftEther as a potential VPN option. Just wondered if anybody had taken a look at this, as the source is now available:
Is this a viable option?
It looks very interesting doesn't it. At the same time when I read that site I have numerous alarms going off in my head. It seems too good to be true. They are offering a full VPN suite that can inter-operate with almost any other protocol. It performs better than the native applications for those protocols. It offers its own protocol that has great performance. It numerous other cool features like hiding your VPN in DNS etc. It free and open source! ???
It needs some serious code review by people I trust before I could trust it. Who knows though the whole thing could be completely legit it which case great. ;)
Interesting discussion of it here with contributions from Softethers founder:
starkiller last edited by
Has any of the developers taken a look at this since the source is available?