Follow our steps to install and use our VPN app on Windows 7 or later.
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Follow our steps to install and use our VPN app on macOS.
Follow our steps to install and use our VPN app on Linux.
How to use the Mullvad VPN app from the terminal/command prompt.
How to verify the Mullvad VPN app releases.
Mullvad works on iPhone, iPad, and other iOS devices. Follow these steps for a stable and secure installation.
Mullvad is compatible with Android and Chromebook devices. Follow these steps for a stable and secure installation.
How to connect to Mullvad VPN servers using OpenVPN on Linux.
How to connect to Mullvad VPN servers using OpenVPN on Windows.
This guide will help you connect to Mullvad VPN servers using Tunnelblick on your macOS.
How to connect to Mullvad's VPN servers when using Qubes OS.
How to install and run Mullvad on Qubes OS 4.
This advanced terminal-only Linux guide will teach you how to use the WireGuard protocol to connect to Mullvad.
This simplified guide will teach you how to use the WireGuard protocol to connect to Mullvad using Linux.
Connect to Mullvad using the WireGuard app on macOS.
Connect to Mullvad using the WireGuard app on Android.
Connect to Mullvad using the WireGuard app on iOS.
Learn how to run WireGuard on a router.
Try these methods to improve your connection speed while using Mullvad.
Troubleshooting common issues with Mullvad.
Experiencing slow traffic? Your ISP may be engaging in bandwidth throttling.
Use our SOCKS5 proxies further minimize your computer's identity from being revealed and reduce CAPTCHAs.
Learn how to use the BitTorrent protocol more securely.
How to forward ports to your computer when using Mullvad.
Here is a guide that will help you set up split tunneling.
Quick setup to get connected to Mullvad VPN via Tor
How to access Plex via a Mullvad server
How to proceed if you have lost your account number.
The steps needed to get a refund.
Step 1 in our online privacy series, this guide focuses on the first steps to take to improve your online privacy.
Step 2 in our online privacy series, this guide covers a number of plugins that help improve your privacy, and others that need to be disabled to keep you safe.
Step 3 in our online privacy series, learn how to create more effective passwords and simplify your management of them.
Learn about what WebRTC is and how to keep it from exposing your IP.
Explains what DNS is and how to protect yourself from leaking information to your DNS provider.
In this guide, we explain how to change your computer's MAC address if you are running macOS or Linux.
Learn the basics of encryption as well as how to encrypt and decrypt messages.
Learn how to set up an email application to send and receive encrypted email.
Learn how to remain anonymous when starting a blog under a pen name.
We show you how a bit of nail polish can help to identify if someone's been messing with your hardware.
This is a quick guide to get Mullvad up and running with pfSense 2.4.0 or later.
Connect to our servers while using IPFire.
Here is a short walk through on how to setup your Asus router running Merlin to connect to the Mullvad VPN servers.
Set up a router to use DD-WRT for connecting to the Mullvad VPN servers.
Set up a router with OpenWrt and connect to the Mullvad VPN service.
How to connect to the Mullvad VPN servers using a Tomato router.
If you're stuck behind a restrictive firewall and are unable to access our VPN servers directly, try connecting using the SSH protocol via our bridge(s).
Stuck behind a restrictive firewall? Try using Shadowsocks to connect to Mullvad's VPN servers.
Stuck behind a restrictive firewall? Try using SSH tunneling to connect to Mullvad's VPN servers.
We do not keep activity logs of any kind. Learn more about what this means and why we choose to operate this way.
An explanation of our position on these matters.
Answers to questions about the cost of our VPN service, discounts, and pricing.
Here's how to get your hands on Mullvad stickers.
Here's why we believe in the open-source model and where you can access our open-source projects and keys.
What we do when a government entity approaches us for user data, and why.
Swedish legislation relevant to us as a VPN provider