++++++++++ SUPPORT WIREGUARD VPN PROTOCOL ++++++++++
Various other VPN providers are now supporting Wireguard. Would you consider this? (It's 10 times faster than OpenVPN on the same CPU.)
WireGuard is an absolute necessity when seeking the best protection/ privacy. It is now proven and being/already adopted by other top competitors.
Had to cancel my subscription for now, as ProtonVPN does not offer WireGuard. I'll look out for a Black Friday deal at AzireVPN. Otherwise, I'll have a look at Mullvad (I know they don't do deals, but they cost 5 EUR/month flat).
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This is the future of VPNs.
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I currently use wireguard and am a paying member of your service. With that said, It is a pain in the @$$ to keep flip flopping between the two and would love to see it integrated into one app, or integrated into a "PM Bridge" like feature
Best Wishes. I will use once adopted
Christopher Goss commented
Your competitors are rolling this out as we speak (Mid 2019).
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I'd also love to test Wireguard with ProtonVPN
For those want to try out wireguard, Tun Safe is providing it for free. it available for iOS and Android too.
They do ask for a donation to cover costs.
J Burrett commented
I found wireguard transformational on my (not rooted) Andoid phone. I enjoyed a rock solid connection despite frequent flips between wifi and mobile internet and speeds such that I ceased to notice I was using a VPN.
I accept that Wireguard is not yet fully "tried and tested", but I am confident that it meets the needs of my threat model, and I would imagine that of many other "ordinary" users.
I second this!! Wholeheartedly!!
Would move my personal/family VPN accounts to ProtonVPN if WireGuard was offered. Thanks.
Finally, something is moving on https://protonmail.com/blog/lifetime-account-supporting-wireguard/
I’m currently testing the wireguard iOS app made aviable through TestFlight.
I have set up my own vpn server for the purpose.
From a usability perspective, it beats IKEv2, which in turn is vastly superior in terms of speed and connection latency to openvpn.
Actually, with Wireguard, you don’t even notice you’re using a VPN.
Wireguard is over the top, depite using a test version of Wireguard for IOS
All arguments aside, from my personal experience Wireguard is so much faster than OpenVPN that I'd love to have this option available.
While having the latest and greatest in technology is always fun, I consider it really optional at this point. It's much like all things coming up now with fancy new ways based on blockchaining. No it isn't the holy grail to "blockchain everything". Neither ist Wireguard at this point. Sure, the tech is promising and might be fast as a lightning bolt (for you) but their own(!) website has a big fat message reading:
WireGuard is not yet complete. You should not rely on this code. It has not undergone proper degrees of security auditing and the protocol is still subject to change. We're working toward a stable 1.0 release, but that time has not yet come(!) There are experimental(!) snapshots (...) but these should not be considered(!) real(!) releases and they may contain security vulnerabilities(!!) (which would not be eligible for CVEs, since this is pre-release snapshot software). If you are packaging WireGuard, you must keep up to date with the snapshots(!)
So long story short: this makes no sense right now besides binding resources to alpha-grade software to follow even the slightest releases to avoid missing a security related bugfix etc. etc.
I'm all for including it with a (more) stable version, but until that it is alpha-grade software and a big testing ground, indifferent what other VPN providers may do and prematurely jumping the hype-train. Solid implementation does more for me than being the first to have access to some sweet that is just half-baked at its current state.
Even VPN.ac wireguard is coming soon!
Dear Proton, even if you dont want to make it public, I hope you already had wireguard testing phase started and starting soon! Then when the protocol becomes ready, you will be ready as well