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OAST Crack Activation Free Download [March-2022]

OAST is a cross-platform front-end for OpenVPN-client. OAST is quite simple to use and provides base functionality such as monitoring connection status. It is a high-level API. The source code is released under the MIT licence.
Key Features:



New connection

Allows to add a new connection via the dialog in the top-left corner

Connection list

Displays the list of available connections

Saved config

Displays a file saving dialog for the input of credentials


Displays a dialog for the input of credentials


Displays the log of connections

Advanced setting

Configure connection parameters


Displays the list of users

User list

Manage users

Save User

Save user settings in a user.xml

User deleter

Delete a user from user.xml


Displays a dialog to display the ping result

Keyboard Shortcuts

Quick Change of Password


Quick connect


Quick connect with a user


Open the saved configuration for a user


Import configuration from file


Create a new connection from file

Keyboard shortcuts for changing of password

There are three keyboard shortcuts for changing of the password of the user. A user can be selected in the user list. Three shortcuts are available to change the user password:

Ctrl+K changes the password to the new input, if entered text is not empty, in case the user password is empty, the new password is highlighted by brackets. In case the password is also the user name, the user name is highlighted by brackets.

Ctrl+P changes the password to the new input, if entered text is not empty, in case the user password is empty, the new password is highlighted by brackets. In case the password is also the user name, the user name is highlighted by brackets.

Ctrl+S saves the password entered by the user.



To go to the next user



To go to the previous user

Open the saved configuration for a user

Open the saved configuration for a user

Open the saved configuration for a user

To open the saved configuration

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\- Multi-Platform front-end for OpenVPN.
\- Automatically manage multiple OpenVPN connections in the background with just a few clicks.
\- Manage connections and keep them hidden.
\- Monitor and protect VPN connections at all times.
\- Manage OpenVPN tunnel ciphers.
\- Authenticates users with their user accounts.
\- Compatible with any VPN client that supports OpenVPN, and works across multiple platforms.

If you want a program for your mac that will easily allow you to control multiple VPN’s via a web server – look at OAST. It will easily allow you to start and stop connections remotely on all the devices that use them. And best of all – You don’t need to use the confusing cisco vpn client with the vpn port 23. With OAST you can start and stop each connection from anywhere.

The application comes as a single installer package. The app is pretty self-explanatory with little to no help available. It is fairly simple to use but certainly not user-friendly.

Key feature of OAST is that it allows a web-browser GUI to manage clients. You can easily start or stop connections anywhere on your network, even when you are not on the computer you started the session from.

In the Google Play Store, the review states it is 3/5. However, on this app’s page on the Amazon App Store it is 3.7/5 for iPad. On the iPhone App Store, however, it is only 3.5/5.

Not much information on the developers page other than where you can view his code.

This software can be used as a front-end for an API server.

You can find a developer’s blog here:

The author also has created an optional API server for this software. This server is written in Node.js and as the application has only two main tabs to work with – a main window for input and an administration window for managing multiple connections, it doesn’t take long to create.

The API server doesn’t currently have a running live documentation, but it can be found here:

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OAST allows you to establish connections, view their status, and terminate them from a single screen. It is a cross-platform console tool. OAST can be run from within an OpenVPN server, from within any interactive terminal emulator (such as xterm or rxvt), or from the OS X CLI. OAST supports all OpenVPN types, including UDP, TCP, GRE and IPsec tunnels. It supports dynamically updated configurations and a number of authentication types.

1.2.3 Selective-Tunnel (aka multistream and multicast)

The Selective-Tunnel builds an OpenVPN connection which uses multicast to deliver a single, simultaneous stream of packets to all tunneled devices.

While this technique is inherently more efficient than the normal TCP/IP channels that OpenVPN uses, it isn’t suitable for all connections. Because, for example, HTTP cannot use multicast, you cannot create a connection where packets from web browsers tunnel via the selective-tunnel technique and packets from email traffic tunnel via a normal TCP channel.

Nevertheless, many connections of this kind are possible, either due to custom applications or a need to use protocols that aren’t natively supported by OpenVPN. Example

For example, if you wanted to share a single Internet connection via a normal TCP/IP channel to multiple hosts via the OpenVPN tunnel, you could do it as follows:

Connect clients 1-3 via the openvpn client (for example, by running the “openvpn –config ~/openvpn_clients.ovpn” script):

ssh-tunnel -L 8001:localhost:8001 1
ssh-tunnel -L 8002:localhost:8002 2
ssh-tunnel -L 8003:localhost:8003 3

For clients 1-3 to use this TCP/IP tunnel in the same place, you would do the following:












What’s New In OAST?

oast-client is cross-platform command-line client for OpenVPN-clients. It allows you to create and manage multiple VPN connections, and monitor them in real-time.



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Windows – XP, Vista, 7, 8
Mac – OSX 10.4
Linux – Ubuntu 12.04 and newer, Fedora 23 and newer
DirectX 11 and OpenAL
Minimum Graphics Card Requirements:
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 or better
ATI Radeon HD 5700 or better
Intel HD Graphics 2000 or better
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