(Fast download link for Asia and America)
(Fast download link for Europe)
SSTP protocol is most secure and fast, suitable for tunnelling all applications on your computer, and also works with P2P applications (BitTorrent, such as uTorrent, BitComet and many others clients). Secure Socket Tunnelling Protocol (SSTP) is a form of VPN tunnel that provides a mechanism to transport PPP or L2TP traffic through an SSL 3.0 channel. SSTP protocol was developed by Microsoft, and is equivalent to OpenVPN. SSTP was first introduced by Microsoft since Windows Vista SP1, soon followed Linux and Mac OS X implementations for SSTP. The main advantage of SSTP protocol is that it is secure as OpenVPN protocol, and also adopts all features of OpenVPN protocol. On top of that, SSTP is firewall friendly and works behind restrictive firewalls at schools, cafes, hotels, airports. Astrill has implemented SSTP protocol for Linux.
We will soon provide Linux/Macintosh as well as Android clients for SSTP.
Read more on VPN protocols supported by Astrill.