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WireGuard VPN For Linux Is Finally Ready For Launch

For several years, developers have been working on WireGuard VPN for Linux and now it is finally ready to arrive on the platform.
Linus Torvalds, the creator of Linux himself praised the new in-kernel Linux VPN, calling it a “work of art” in comparison to other VPNs such as OpenVPN and IPSec (referring to them as horrors).
What makes WireGuard VPN for Linux so good?
WireGuard is a layer 3 secure VPN — a type of VPN mode that is built and delivered on OSI layer 3 networking technologies. Unlike other VPNs, WireGuard’s code is much cleaner and simpler which results in a fast and easy-to-use virtual private network.
This VPN securely encapsulates IP packets over UDP. The authentication and interface design of WireGuard for Linux has more to do with Secure Shell (SSH) than other VPNs. You’d just have to configure the WireGuard interface with a private key and other party’s public keys to establish a secure connection.

So When Is WireGuard VPN For Linux Arriving?
WireGuard has already been
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kernel. So, we can expect a built-in WireGuard VPN for Linux to arrive in early 2020, most probably with a Linux kernel 5.6 release candidate. However, normal day-to-day Linux users might not get to see the in-kernel WireGuard until late 2020
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Could you please explain me three things:

In your previous post you have used the original article from zdnet. In your later post you ave provided a copy-paste of it on fossbytes, which clearly in the bottom mentions the zdnet article as the source (pls refer fo fozzbytes end of text, there is clearly visible SOURCE: zdnet with redirect to original placed).

1. are you intending to post about further copy-pastes, e.g. at Bravo Girl, Japanese Hairy Titties and whenever it will be shown?
2. are you checking what are you posting or just throwing links here and there?
3. Are you aware about self-referring scam issue? It is a circle of the fakes referring to each other trying to convince that it is indeed true and trusted information. Let me to give you an example: someone made the article about implementation of wireshark in linux as the recent change (which by the way is bullshit as there are many kernels which do have the supprt implemented, only change is that it is now added "officially") ignoring completely fact that on the Wireshark on their own web page tirelessly provide:
"WireGuard is currently working toward a stable 1.0 release. Current snapshots are generally versioned "0.0.YYYYMMDD" or "0.0.V", but these should not be considered real releases and they may contain security quirks (which would not be eligible for CVEs, since this is pre-release snapshot software). This text will be removed after a thorough audit."

What purpose do you have? to convince potential users that the perhaps insecure, not tested and not released product is something they shall use?
 

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What purpose do you have? to convince potential users that the perhaps insecure, not tested and not released product is something they shall use?
Generalnie to chodzi o Ceteerel... a potem moderator no i może admin w podzięce. :szydera
 
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