Install on Windows

CCVPN GUI is made for CCrypto VPN and contains everything it needs.
Download CCVPN GUI v1.1.0 (sig)

The installer will ask if you want to create a desktop icon.
Once installed, you will only have to right click the icon in the notification area and select "Connect".
A window will open to show you the progression, you can close it at any time and the VPN will stay connected.

It's open-source and based on LVPNGUI.

With OpenVPN GUI (advanced)

  1. Download OpenVPN for Windows on
    (you need the Windows Installer) and install OpenVPN.

  2. In your account, download the config file (.ovpn) you want to use, and copy it to C:\Program Files\OpenVPN\config\. If you downloaded multiple config files as an archive, extract it in that folder.

  3. Start OpenVPN GUI as Administrator. You can find it on your desktop or in the start menu.
    Once it's started, you should see it in the system tray. Right click it and select Connect.

  4. It should now open a OpenVPN log window showing its progress.
    If an error occured, please see the self-diagnosis page.
    If it doesn't solve your problem or you have another question, contact our support

  5. If everything worked, the OpenVPN icon should turn green.
    Your are now connected and can enjoy your secure connection.

Save username and password

You can make OpenVPN remember your username and password, so you don't need to type them everytime you want to use the VPN.
This can be done by creating a text file named "ccrypto_creds.txt" containing your username on the first line and your password on the second (see example below).
Move it to C:\Program Files\OpenVPN\config\, next to the .ovpn file you copied there before.

It should look like this:


Then, open the .ovpn file with a text editor (Notepad, Notepad++, ...) and add this line at the end of the file:

auth-user-pass ccrypto_creds.txt

Now, if you restart OpenVPN, it should not ask you for your password anymore.