With over 60 million downloads of OpenVPN’s core open source software, 20,000+ business customers, and hundreds of companies who use the OpenVPN protocol in their own products, you may be wondering: Is the OpenVPN protocol safe? It’s a valid question. Recent survey results that found 96% of roughly 1,700 codebases contained open source software and […]
November 15, 2023Read More
The SouthEast LinuxFest (SELF) is more than just an educational conference; it's a community-driven event where Linux enthusiasts and open-source advocates gather to learn, network, and have fun.
July 6, 2023Read More
The OpenVPN community has announced the release of OpenVPN 2.6.0, a major update to the open source protocol behind OpenVPN, Inc. products. With this update, it will be easier and faster for users to secure their network connections, no matter their use case.
March 8, 2023Read More
The OpenVPN community gathered again for a community Hackathon in Delft, Netherlands, from November 25 to 27, 2022 to work on the OpenVPN 2.6 release with data channel offload (DCO), a major feature we’ve worked on for nearly two years.
February 15, 2023Read More
In mid-January, representatives from some of the world’s biggest tech companies and open source foundations were summoned to the White House. On the agenda: how to better manage the risks associated with open source software use.
February 15, 2022Read More
Security is one of the most important things to consider when you are online. The more data encryption available, the better.
August 30, 2021Read More
ast month, Google introduced “Supply chain Levels for Software Artifacts” (SLSA), an end-to-end framework to ensure the integrity of software artifacts throughout the software supply chain. It's a powerful first step -- but is it enough?
July 15, 2021Read More
Facebook. Apple. Capital One. Marriot. Time after time, companies we trust experience data breaches — but it’s the individual customers who suffer. They’re the ones whose personal and even financial data is exposed to the world. It’s only natural, therefore, that in the face of such frequent and growing cyberattacks, people will question what type […]
October 8, 2020Read More
My name is Jan Just Keijser — otherwise known as JJK in OpenVPN circles. I am an IT professional with about 25 years of experience, and I've been using OpenVPN for nearly 16 years now. I currently work as a Software Engineer at Nikhef, a physics research lab in Amsterdam. I work on high performance […]
July 28, 2020Read More