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Old clients soon no longer supported

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On 2015-02-01 client programs older than version 46 will no longer be able to connect. Please upgrade. All too many users are still running clients with problems such as Heartbleed and the status indication malfunction. It does not make sense for us to expend effort keeping compatibility with these versions, hurting rather than helping those still using them. From version 46 the latest available version is dispayed in the program, making it easier to upgrade when appropriate. Please do. Meer lezen

Version 46 released

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Version 46 is now available for download. It displays both the currently installed version and the latest available version. It also fixes a bug that produced too many error dialogs. Meer lezen

Version 45 released

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Version 45 is now available for download. It fixes a bug that would cause the GUI to hang and thus show the wrong connection status. It also works on Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite. Meer lezen

IPv6 support

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We now tunnel IPv6 as well as IPv4. This means you can get connected to the IPv6 internet through Mullvad, even without IPv6 support from your internet service provider. Meer lezen

Heartbleed OpenSSL bug

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A serious vulnerability in the popular OpenSSL cryptographic software library was disclosed 30 hours ago. In short it allows (among other things) anyone on the Internet to extract the private keys used for encrypting traffic and identifying service providers to their users. A more complete description can be read on heartbleed.com. This affects a lot of different services including web, email, instant messaging and OpenVPN (which Mullvad uses). Meer lezen

Version 42 released

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Version 42 is now available for download with several improvements. From now on we will provide a changelog for each release. You can see what's new here. Meer lezen