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On 6/9/2018 at 7:17 PM, Mathew said:

Don't change the password. Windscribe VPN Pro be used on unlimited devices.

 

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The passwords were changed, I could not log in, please help. Thanks

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Small advice:

 

When you find a Windscribe Pro account, generate as many Socks / OpenVPN / IKEv2 configs as possible:

 

Even if someone changes the account password, the socks / OpenVPN / IKEv2 credentials stay the same (I tested with my Pro account)

 

You can even just give IKEv2 / Socks / OpenVPN configs as a download rather than the account / password itself ^_^

 

 

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1 hour ago, Rekkio said:

......You can even just give IKEv2 / Socks / OpenVPN configs as a download rather than the account / password itself ^_^

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Could you explain in more detail?

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5 minutes ago, Ryanbee said:

Could you explain in more detail?

 

Your config credentials when you generate them are different than your account credentials:

 

If your account is windscribe123 and password ilovews123 that's only for site & app login:

 

You can then create config credentials when you're a pro user:

 

For a socks config, your user will be e.g. windscribe123_ad54w and your password will be a random string like e.g. anwgd3dg21.

 

And you have different credentials for each config type: IKEv2 & Socks are user/password while OpenVPN is just a .ovpn file.

 

Even if your password is changed, these credentials don't change: they stay the same.

 

Creating as many configs as possible essentially means you're generating permanent login infos no one cans alter: the OP could share these instead since they don't give people account access so it's safer.

 

 

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On 6/11/2018 at 7:52 AM, Rekkio said:

 

Your config credentials when you generate them are different than your account credentials:

 

If your account is windscribe123 and password ilovews123 that's only for site & app login:

 

You can then create config credentials when you're a pro user:

 

For a socks config, your user will be e.g. windscribe123_ad54w and your password will be a random string like e.g. anwgd3dg21.

 

And you have different credentials for each config type: IKEv2 & Socks are user/password while OpenVPN is just a .ovpn file.

 

Even if your password is changed, these credentials don't change: they stay the same.

 

Creating as many configs as possible essentially means you're generating permanent login infos no one cans alter: the OP could share these instead since they don't give people account access so it's safer.

 

 

I think this needs a video tutorial for being more clear. And I wish I could get one of those secondary pro licenses even if I can't get a primary one.

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