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Thanks for taking time to answer, hunterthomson. Unfortunately, I am not in control of the PPTP-vpn server, so I'll have to live with it. I will solve this issue by installing openWRT in VirtualBox, and play around with my routing tables. But out of curiosity, I still do not understand why setting up two tunnels at the same time is not possible.
tolbiac-110 wrote:We can all pretty much agree that the age of true personal security and privacy is long gone.i don't agree.take a walk in the forest.even online, i think there's a big difference between my activities being transparent and my person being transparent.but, answering your question: self-hosting. not using some services, even if they claim to be secure.
Well, I hadn't thought about the convenience of the VM as far as multitasking is concerned, but I don't expect to be doing that a whole lot so I think dual boot might be the way to go (I can always change it if I find myself rebooting all the time, right).