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    Before you buy this software, please test with the free "VpnCilla (Trial)" (also available at the google play market)!

    VpnCilla is a VPN Client for VPN Servers as FritzBox, Cisco PIX/ASA, Fortigate or other VPN Servers with IPSec Pre-shared Keying (Xauth IKE/PSK).

    Features:
    * Profile automatically taken from the Trial version (don't uninstall the Trial until the first run of this full version)
    * No root access needed (if the device fully conforms to Android 4)
    * Compatible with Fritzbox, Cisco PIX/ASA, Fortigate VPN Servers and others (?)
    * Connects/Disconnects with a single click (by a Shortcut-Widget)
    * Automatic Reconnect Mode on WiFi/Mobile failover/outage
    * Supports Multiple Profiles
    * Supports automatic Cisco Split Routing
    * Passwords may be stored in profile or always manually entered when connecting (which is much more safe)

    Advanced Settings:
    * Possibility to specify WiFi Blacklists/Whitelists to explicitely deny/allow VPN on only specific WiFi ESSDs
    * Possiblity to specify Manual Routes and/or DNS Server and much more...

    Restrictions:
    - Mention the security risk if passwords are stored in profile in case your device will be hacked or stolen!
    - VpnCilla runs only if the TUN driver (tun.ko) as well as the the Android 4 VPN routing infrastructure is included in the firmware. UNFORTUNATELY NOT ALL DEVICE MANUFACTURER YET HAS INCLUDED IT!! Check with "VpnCilla (Trial)" first!
    - Only IKE/PSK Xauth authentication is supported (no PPTP, no L2TP, no Hybrid RSA, no SSL, no Cisco AnyConnect, ...)
    - supports IPv4 only (no IPv6)
    - supports WLAN/WIFI as well as Mobile Data up to 3g. VpnCilla is unstable over 4g (LTE) on some devices / with mobile providers
    - Active Screenfilter apps as Twilight or Lux might prevent selecting of the security dialog checkbox
    - VpnCilla can't handle phase 1 rekeying initiated by the VPN server. On Fritzboxes this will occure after 1h connection time whereas on Cisco VPN servers the rekeying interval is configurable and by default after 8h. Typically the session stalls for 2-3 minutes until VpnCilla initiates a reconnect.

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    Users review

    from 960 reviews

    "Awesome"

    9.4

    Users comments

    Jim Gerakaris

    by Jim Gerakaris

    Jan 09, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Nice app. Use it for years. Bought it to connect to my fritz box, but even though now the Android VPN connects just fine, this app is still better than the included VPN

    jeff wank

    by jeff wank

    Dec 22, 2016  |  "Awesome"

    Does exactly what it's supposed to do, the helpfile walks you through everything you need to know, it is blazing fast to connect (way faster than Winblows Cisco client 5.0.07), works with old Cisco VPN3000 and a couple newer ones, works great in Marshmallow! 7.1.1 has some VERY minor issues but nothing showstopping yet. Thank you Dev.

    Stefan Ghelec

    by Stefan Ghelec

    Nov 27, 2016  |  "Awesome"

    The Perfect VPN solution

    Joop Beris

    by Joop Beris

    Nov 16, 2016  |  "Awesome"

    I used the trial version of VPNCilla and it worked fine with my Fritzbox at home so I bought the full version. Wish all devs were as responsive as Matthias. He helped resolve a routing issue. Recommended!

    sam had

    by sam had

    Sep 18, 2016  |  "Poor"

    Tried to work on it with developer, but he was not interested. Didn't even ask for log file. Now I have to switch my company vpn to another solution after having paid for multiple licenses. No it is not a memory issue as I am using Samsung note 7. Yes you were not interested, after 5 emails all answers were quick excuses and you didn't ask for the lod file once.

    vlad recompiler

    by vlad recompiler

    Aug 09, 2016  |  "Poor"

    Constant crashes, performance issues and routing issues.