DNS over HTTPS (DoH) support on macOS, Linux and Windows
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DNS over HTTPS (DoH) support on macOS, Linux and Windows

IVPN offers custom DNS servers which, when accessed through the VPN ensure that your DNS queries are encrypted between your device and our DNS server. This is a necessity, as DNS queries are not encrypted by the DNS protocol and can be easily read by an adversary observing your traffic (even when using HTTPS for your web traffic).

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In support of Ukraine: distributing free IVPN accounts
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In support of Ukraine: distributing free IVPN accounts

March 16 Update: Visit our dedicated Support Ukraine page to request a free IVPN account. This offer is open to anyone in Ukraine, Russia and Belarus. IVPN has multiple team members hailing from Ukraine. Their reality has shifted from living and working in a peaceful environment to fleeing the country and hiding in bomb shelters in a matter of days.

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WireGuard Port Forwarding enabled
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WireGuard Port Forwarding enabled

After the recent addition of Multi-Hop for WireGuard, we are now introducing port forwarding support for Wireguard. Port forwarding allows incoming connections on a specific port, enabling you to run various services on your device that need to be accessible from the Internet.

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IVPN apps to undergo security audit for 2022
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IVPN apps to undergo security audit for 2022

Last year in March 2021 we published a comprehensive 3rd party audit of our IVPN apps for all platforms (Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, Android). As part of our ongoing commitment to annual audits, we will again be engaging cure53, an independent firm who possess the necessary experience after completing numerous similar projects in the industry.

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Battery life improvements with Apple silicon builds
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Battery life improvements with Apple silicon builds

We have tested the battery consumption rate of the IVPN app with constant VPN connectivity using two protocols (WireGuard and OpenVPN) on two different app builds (M1 and Intel). We concluded that using a dedicated Apple silicon app build with WireGuard protocol can offer up to 22% increase in battery life over OpenVPN on Intel build version when bandwidth is not limited.

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