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News / Mullvad client — 2015/12/14

Version 56 released

Version 56 of the Mullvad client is now available for download.

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News / Mullvad client — 2015/11/30

Version 55 released

Version 55 of the Mullvad client is now available for download.

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News — 2015/11/30

Mullvad is safe against the 'Port Fail' attack

A few days ago Perfect Privacy presented a vulnerability that affects many VPN providers offering port forwarding for their customers. According to their post five of the nine tested VPN providers were vulnerable to this ...

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News / Mullvad client — 2015/11/04

Version 54 released

Today we release version 54 of the Mullvad client

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News — 2015/10/21

DNS leaks on Windows 8, 8.1 and 10

It has recently come to our attention that the DNS resolution mechanism in Windows 8 and newer can potentially leak DNS queries outside of the VPN tunnel. In these versions of Windows, DNS queries are ...

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News — 2015/10/09

iOS 9 problems

OpenVPN on iOS 9 will appear to connect properly but your IP will not change, meaning you will not be protected even though OpenVPN connect reports that you are connected. We will post another news ...

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News — 2015/10/09

Windows encoding issues

There is an encoding bug in our windows client that mostly affects users with non-english system language. Those who are affected will get an error similar to this:

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News / Mullvad client — 2015/09/22

Version 53 released

Version 53 is now available for download

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News — 2015/09/18

Version 52 issues on Windows

With the release of version 52 we introduced a bug which causes our client to crash if the Windows firewall is disabled. To resolve this, please enable the Windows firewall.

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News — 2015/09/17

Version 52 released and end of Windows XP support

Version 52 is now available for download.

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