IVPN apps on all platforms to undergo security audit

IVPN News By Nick Pestell | Posted on December 11, 2020

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).

For this project we have engaged cure53, an independent firm who possess the necessary experience after completing numerous similar projects in the industry. Five security auditors with expertise in each app platform will undertake the audit. It is scheduled to start in early February 2021 and we expect to publish the results no later than March 2021.

Nick Pestell
CEO
IVPN

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