No flaws found in OpenVPN software. Our response to the CVE-2019-14899 vulnerability report.

OpenVPN Connect Client for Windows change log

Request More Information

By submitting this form, you agree to our Terms of Use and acknowledge our Privacy Statement

Release notes for version 2.7.1.104

  • Resolved an issue where DNS records were not being deleted properly in some rare cases
  • Resolved a problem with saving connection profiles when using a Windows username that contains non-latin characters.

Release notes for version 2.7.1.101

  • Signed this build with a new software publisher EV certificate valid until 23-2-2022, as the old certificate had expired.
  • Resolved a problem where reconnect would fail on a round-robin DNS hostname as server address in combination with full-tunnel redirection.

Release notes for version 2.6.0.103

  • Added DHCP option PROXY_AUTO_CONFIG_URL capability for proxy auto configuration (PAC) in the operating system. It is now possible to do for example:
  • push “dhcp-option PROXY_AUTO_CONFIG_URL (url to proxy PAC settings file)"
    • DNS default suffix pushed by the VPN server should now have priority when the client already had a DNS default suffix set locally.

Release notes for version 2.5.0.136

  • Fixed launch issue on some older Windows platforms when Microsoft Visual C++ redistributable wasn’t present
  • Fixed and improved platform and client version reporting to the server

Release notes for version 2.5.0.120

  • mbedTLS: fix incompatibility with PKI created by OpenSSL 1.1
  • mbedTLS: add support for ECDSA
  • mbedTLS: updated to fix CVE-2018-0487 vulnerability.
  • Issue OpenVPN client showing ‘no VPN servers’ when a connection profile with an excessively long server host name was loaded is now fixed.
  • TLS key refresh (TLS soft reset) connection interruption when using –opt-verify is now fixed.

Share