Beta Windows IVPN Client

Releases By Ed Holden | Posted on November 21, 2013

Today we are pleased to announce the first beta of our Windows VPN client for XP/Vista/Windows 7/8. We have incorporated the most popular feature requests. All customer are invited to test the Beta version and submit any feedback. The final version which will include significantly more features should be released before the end of February 2014.

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willy

14.12.2013

Any plans on releasing a Mac and Linux version with the same features?

Ed Holden

15.12.2013

Yes, we have a Mac OSX client in active development that will have the exact same feature set as the Windows client. However we have not yet starting working on a Linux client due to demand (most Linux users run OpenVPN as a service) but its very possible that we will develop one in the near future.

head

17.03.2014

Are there any command line parameters for this program?
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