The Mullvad Blog

Keep up to date on developments at Mullvad. New versions of our app, security updates, job posts – find it all here.

News — 2010/12/03

Wikileaks accessible through Mullvad

The domain has been taken down by their provider. Mullvad users and people using our public DNS can now reach it again.

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News — 2010/11/29

Domain censorship countermeasures

This weekend the U.S. government hijacked over 70 domain names and redirected them to their own servers. As part of our ongoing struggle against censorship Mullvad users are no longer affected by this seizure. The ...

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News — 2010/10/26

Account hijacking protection

The new Firesheep software listens in on wireless networks and automatically hijacks accounts on Facebook, Twitter and other web services. Mullvad provides protection.

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News — 2010/09/21

Version 24 released

Version 24 of the program is now available for download. The main new feature is the ability to use several ports.

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News — 2010/07/08

Bitcoin payments

We now accept anonymous Bitcoin payments.

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News — 2010/06/18

Anonymization vulnerability in Windows fixed

It has been discovered that the IPv6 tunneling behaviour in Windows Vista and 7 can cause problems for anonymization. Users of Windows Vista or 7 should upgrade to version 23 which disables the IPv6 tunneling. ...

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News — 2010/05/26

Unlimited traffic volume

By popular request we now take the next step beyond the limit raise and get rid of the data transfer limits altogether.

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News — 2010/03/22

Version 22 released

Version 22 of the program is now available for download. It improves error handling and investigation.

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News — 2010/02/08

Version 21 for Windows released

Version 19 and 20 wouldn't start on some Windows systems (Runtime Error R6034). Version 21 solves that problem.

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News — 2010/02/06

50 GB becomes 100 GB

The data traffic amount for each paid monthly period is increased to 100 GB. Existing remaining amounts are also doubled.

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