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    SiriusHollowspell commented  · 

    Seriously, it doesn't even have Wireguard. WTAF!? Wireguard is a basic feature that every client should have. I can kind of understand taking forever to implement other features like port forwarding, (Mac OS was forgotten on this too) but no Wireguard is just insane to not have. I am very disappointed with the current state of the Linux client.

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    The Linux client for Proton VPN is lacking every single feature of the other clients except the ability to connect to one of Proton's servers. This is extremely sad, as even the most trivial features of other VPN clients are missing, such as Wireguard. Another major problem with the client is that there are not profiles of any kind, the kind which can be found on all the other Proton VPN clients. Proton should get some of their developers to fix up/rewrite the app to get it on par with the other clients.

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