In-line with our commitment to perform an annual security audit of IVPN systems, we have commissioned the independent security auditing organisation Cure53 to conduct a security audit at the end of February 2023. We aim to publish the results of the audit no later than April 2023.Continue reading
General news about IVPN - changes to our service and infrastructure, yearly audit results and announcements about business and ethical choices.
We’re pleased to announce that an independent security audit of the IVPN apps conducted by Cure53 has concluded. Since our last audit 12 months ago we have made significant updates to apps on all platforms and judged that a new audit with similar scope is necessary this year.Continue reading
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.Continue reading
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.Continue reading
We’re pleased to announce that an independent security audit of the IVPN apps conducted by Cure53 has concluded. Since open sourcing our apps more than a year ago, our focus has been on a complete rewrite of our desktop apps for Windows and macOS.Continue reading
Earlier this year IVPN published results of a comprehensive 3rd party infrastructure audit that included VPN, web, authentication, API servers and supporting infrastructure. Following the open-sourcing of our apps in February this year, we decided to commission a comprehensive audit of IVPN apps for all platforms (Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, Android).Continue reading
In a nutshell Generating an account for our VPN service no longer requires an email address, and we dropped renewing subscriptions by default in favor of a pre-paid system. We have introduced a new onboarding process with QR code setup, and two-factor authentication for account IDs that act as a sole identifier.Continue reading