[2] After this incident, we took measures and changed the default port to 51820 then generating new configuration files.

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[1] Our customers from Russia report that WireGuard with port 53 suddenly stopped working on a mobile network. At this moment only with two operators MegaFon and Yota.

There are two possible scenarios:

1. Technical issues on MegaFon and Yota side
2. The Russian government is trying to block access to VPN

Either way, other ports (51820, 80, and 443) are working normally. We recommend our customers generate new configuration files with another port.

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@fgntfg @skobkin Understandable, have a nice day!

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Regarding your last question. We have no data to share with anyone.

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1. Cheaper does not always mean better. Sure, you can deploy yourself VPN, but I doubt it would be cheaper and have access to the same amount of countries. Thus you need to maintain it.

Or you can use Tor for free, but it comes with speed problems, captchas, and some websites just ban the whole Tor network.

2. You are basically saying "I have nothing to hide" here. Don't forget that ISP companies got caught selling customers data numerous times.

3. Yes, that's true.

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For example:

1. Circumventing censorship or geographical blocks on websites and content.

2. Prevent ISPs and mobile network operators from tracking the domains and IPs you visit.

3. Keeping some control over your privacy. They hide your IP address from websites you visit and peer-to-peer nodes you connect to.

There are more use cases, but we just posted the most important ones.

@fgntfg @skobkin

True, but don't forget that it's a security audit, which also will show how well protected the product is.

There is value. It just depends. You might not need it, but other people do.

@fgntfg @skobkin True, but we don't log or track our customers. That's not our business model.

Talk is cheap, that's why we are planning to get audited by a 3rd party in the future.

Just a reminder that we have zero trackers on our website.

We believe that any privacy-focused company should not use any 3rd party analytics.

33 countries participated in digital censorship by either shutting down the internet or filtering information accessible to the people. These countries ended up hurting their economy, as well as the world economy with their actions.


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