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New TorGuard OpenVPN 2.4 Update and Stealth VPN Improvements
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New TorGuard OpenVPN 2.4 Update and Stealth VPN Improvements

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    admin - October 30, 2017

    Is there any downside in using OpenVPN instead of OpenVPN 2.4?

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    admin - October 25, 2017

    Will Torguard apps for mobile devices like android ever have a full set of options with all the various tabs? Or it or is the mobile app only going to have have the one basic page with all of the options predetermined for you? And an extremely minimal set of factors available?
    Are customers using mobile devices going to be stuck with "this is what you get and there is all there is to it?"
    No choices, no options, just here it is, take it or leave it?
    If there is some overriding reason why mobile devices can't get a full set of options as a PC, Mac, or Linux user would get, then I would be interested in hearing them

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      admin - October 27, 2017

      Hi, We are constantly working to improve TorGuard's mobile VPN apps and bring all popular desktop features to mobile platforms.

      TorGuard's Android app features OpenVPN and many popular features like Stealth VPN, DNS/IPv6 Leak Block, Auto Connect, Direct IP connect, Dedicated IP's, and more... The Android platform will soon have many if not all of the features that are available on our Desktop VPN apps. These are being released in the coming months after adequate testing to ensure compatibility on various Android versions.

      Unfortunately, iOS limits our development capabilities due to Apple's licensing agreements. TorGuard's iOS app features IPsec and IKEv2 VPN tunnel types, on demand connections, and Dedicated IP add-ons. We are limited in what VPN protocols we can integrate on iOS due to Apple's strict VPN API policies. It is our hope that future iOS versions will allow OpenVPN development so we can further customize the user experience. In the meantime, iOS users can still use TorGuard VPN with the iOS OpenVPN or OpenConnect app.

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    admin - October 8, 2017

    When will the Andriod Application have OpenVpn 2.4 Integrated into it?

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      admin - October 27, 2017

      In the coming weeks/months after further testing we will release this OpenVPN update on Android. Stay tuned for more info :)

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    admin - October 7, 2017

    Is there any reason to choose AES-128-CBC over AES-128-GSM, or is AES-128-GSM pretty much superior across the board?

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      admin - October 27, 2017

      We have found that GSM ciphers run a bit faster on machines with less resources available. This would be useful for those running VPNs on small devices like VPN routers, mobile phones, or raspberry pi's.

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