GDPR Assessment Overview
GDPR Compliance FAQ
OpenVPN Access Server: This program is designed to create secure tunnels (VPN) over public or private networks with the goal of securing the data transferred over the secure tunnel from eavesdropping or unauthorized modification. It is a software solution that can be self-hosted on-premise, in data centers, or in cloud environments, on physical devices or virtual machines. The choice of deployment is up to the system administrator deploying the solution.
OpenVPN Cloud: Similar the OpenVPN Access Server product except this is hosted and maintained by OpenVPN Inc. It is a cloud service also referred to as a VPNaaS - VPN as a Service. It is designed to create secure tunnels (VPN) over public or private networks with the goal of securing the data transferred over the secure tunnel from eavesdropping or unauthorized modification. It is a software solution that allows hosts and host networks to be connected to OpenVPN Cloud for the purpose of secure encrypted communication.
OpenVPN Access Server: For OpenVPN Access Server for software licensing purposes we collect the minimum required information to ensure that the software licensing can let you use the amount of connections you are licensed for. Details are listed below.
We specifically do not collect sensitive data such as private keys, certificates, usernames, passwords, log reports, etcetera, that are stored on your OpenVPN Access Server. The only exception is when you send data yourself to our support department in the event we need to examine for example log files to investigate the cause of a reported issue.
OpenVPN Access Server subscriptions: We receive the subscription ID and only the amount of connections used at this time by each server during regular reports.
OpenVPN Access Server fixed license key: These lock to (hashes of) certain hardware specifics during activation, so that the license key is valid for your device only.
OpenVPN Access Server AWS tiered instances: We receive EC2 AMI ID and ProductCode metadata to determine if this machine has a valid software license.