VPN Providers That Support WireGuard In 2019

VPN Wireguard

WireGuard is a new open-source application and protocol that implements a VPN. It incorporates state-of-the-art cryptography and is easy to audit since it written with less than 4,000 lines of code,

Basically, WireGuard aims to be faster, simpler and leaner than IPSEC or OpenVPN. It runs over UDP.

This is a short list of VPN provider that currently support WireGuard:

  • VPN.AC: One of my recommended providers — will start supporting Wireguard in beta this month (February 2019)
  • Mullvad: A good provider that supports WireGuard — including support via their iOS app
  • IVPN: Reportedly supports Wireguard
  • AzireVPN: This service supports Wireguard
  • WireVPN: Currently supports Android with its own native app and also Windows, MacOS, Linux in Desktops via configuration files.
  • Private Internet Access: Helped to fund WireGuard development — support is coming soon

Comments 4

  1. Check out TunnelHero, a privacy focussed WireGuard VPN service where you get dedicated bandwidth for yourself only.

  2. SoftEther VPN also known as Software Ethernet was developed by Daiyuu Nobori and his team at the University of Tsukuba, Japan. It’s a powerful open-source multiprotocol VPN that supports all the primary platforms.

    This protocol is completely free. It’s supposed to have the capability of penetrating any kind of firewall. It’s also said to be better, faster, and more secure than OpenVPN.

    Does anyone know Can it Disguise the VPN data as for example HTTPs ?

  3. Hmm, not sure if WireGuard is in final stage of developement and no audits were published. Also I cannot confirm the claim of higher speed compared to OpenVPN. For the moment this can be only a theoretical higher speed possibility.

    1. Yes, many people have asked VPN providers to support Wireguard, despite the fact that it’s still in development. Wireguard connects almost instantly, so this part of the reason it is said to be “faster” than OpenVPN.

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