OpenVPN 2.4 Released: Adds LZ4 Compression, Android Platform Support
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 27 December 2016 at 07:08 PM EST. Add A Comment
FREE SOFTWARE --
A new version of the open-source OpenVPN virtual private network software stack is now available.

OpenVPN 2.4.0 introduces seamless client IP/port floating, data channel cipher negotiation, AEAD GCM data channel cipher support, ECDH key exchange support, support for providing IPv6 DNS servers, LZ4 compression support, Android platform support, AIX platform support, and much more.

Those wishing to learn more about OpenVPN 2.4 can do so via this GitHub page or at OpenVPN.net.

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