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About

Mullvad VPN AB is owned by parent company Amagicom AB. The name Amagicom is derived from the Sumerian word ama-gi – the oldest word for “freedom” or, literally, “back to mother” in the context of slavery – and the abbreviation for communication. Amagicom stands for “free communication”.

The founders

Mullvad VPN AB and its parent company Amagicom AB are 100% owned by founders Fredrik Strömberg and Daniel Berntsson who are actively involved in the company.

The team

Robin Infrastructure
Simon Services
Linus App
Richard Operations
Sanny Support
Odd Relay Software
Alexander Services
Stefan Support
David L App
Oskar N App
Joshua Infrastructure
Eric Operations
Emil Office
Emils App
Matilda App
Rui Browser
Grégoire Services
Vistor Infrastructure
Oskar A Infrastructure
Albin App
Jonathan H App
Douglas Sales & Marketing
Hank Web
Michal Services
Steph Infrastructure
Maria Support
Martin Infrastructure
Jonatan R App
Oscar Relay Software
Marco App
David G App
Markus App
Sebastian App
Magnus Infrastructure
Emma Administration
Mattias Services
William Services
Andrew App
Joakim App
Jan CEO

For the history buffs

These are just a few of the milestones we’re particularly proud of:

2009

  • March 2009 – The Mullvad VPN service launches!

2010

  • July 2010 – We started accepting Bitcoin payments.
  • September 2010 – Customers could start paying in cash!

2014

  • April 2014 – We swiftly assessed and mitigated the Heartbleed vulnerability and then proved our hypothesis of its critical impact on OpenVPN.
  • September 2014 – We demonstrated that OpenVPN is vulnerable to Shellshock, resulting in admin access, and warn our competitors before general disclosure.
  • September 2014 – We launched IPv6 support

2017

2018

2019

  • June 2019 – Our new project on System Transparency was revealed, and we called upon our community to develop and encourage transparent systems.
  • July 2019 – Mozilla partnered with us to utilise our global network of VPN servers for its own VPN application.
  • August 2019 – We succeed in porting open-source firmware to an off-the-shelf server, a first in history and getting us one step closer to our vision of System Transparency.
  • October 2019 – We added Malwarebytes as yet another partner using our server network.

2020

2021

2022

2023