bypass ISP detection by hiding VPN traffic with a SSH tunnel
Hello, as u know, a lot of ISP found a way to lock the traffic speed when we use a VPN and this with any VPN protocol, PPTP, L2TP/IPsec, OpenVPN and the last Chameleon.
I used to Download at 11.5MB/s with L2TP/IPsec AES256 or OpenVPN 256. i had the same speed with or without VPN.
and one day, paf ! My VPN speed dropped at 2MB/s
as I still have full speed without VPN.
So I searched over the internet which way would be strong enough to defeat the DPI packets decryption and unable to detect VPN traffic.
I read some documents about SSH tunnel to redirect the VPN traffic by using this SSH tunnel, and as packet would come with a real SSH header, so the DPI would analyse this traffic as a real SSH, and it would not be able to decrypt packets if it's impossible to find that header is not a real SSH one. the tunnel will packed VPN traffic so it's no more possible to detect the vpn activity, of course because the DPI cannot see anything else than SSH traffic with headers like any other 100% real SSH headers. As i understood, there's no possibility to decrypt the packet so impossible to detect the VPN traffic using this tunnel.
So is it an idea that is a possibility or is it a stupid idead, or maybe there are technical problems to do that, or it's an outdated solution that DPI are now able to defeat (I doubt about that as i don't understand how would they detect something unable to detect) ?
anyway, i'm not a network engineer or a coder working on nothing else than nertworks an security networks.
So you will be able to answer to my idea and give me reasons and infos as you know a lot about network and security network and you also created the chameleon protocol.
I'm just a PC user trying to understand all those things used to permit data transfer between any computers all over the world.
Our Chameleon Technology that is available in Windows, Mac and Android.
Chameleon scrambles OpenVPN packet metadata to ensure it’s not recognizable via deep packet inspection (DPI), while still keeping it fast and lightweight. The Chameleon technology uses the unmodified OpenVPN 256-bit protocol for the underlying data encryption.
The result is that VyprVPN users are able to bypass restrictive networks put in place by governments, corporations and ISPs to achieve an open internet experience without sacrificing the proven security for which OpenVPN has long been known. Experience a truly open and uncensored Internet with Chameleon VPN.
Chameleon is also detected by my ISP,
My speed is also locked with Chameleon.
I got vyprvpn from giganews with all options,
I sent tons of tests about ping, trace route, and speedtest.net results with and without VPN.
I got this ISP locking VPN speed for 1 year now, maybe more.