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Version 1.2.9 released on February 24, 2018
Changes from 1.2.8 to 1.2.9: * show MD5 warning pop-up only once per VPN session * fix glitch upon key re-negotiation when using tls-crypt * fix interoperability issue with private keys created using OpenSSL 1.1 default settings (aka add support for private keys encrypted using PKCS#5v2.0 with PRF newer than SHA1)
Version 1.2.8 released on February 20, 2018
Changes from 1.2.7 to 1.2.8: * fixed spurious crash on reconnection after sleep * restored access to CertificatePayloads (p12 bundles) uploaded via Provisioning Profiles (.mobileconfig files) * show warning pop-up when connecting to server using insecure MD5 algorithm to sign certificates (MD5 support will be dropped end of Apr 2018) * report unique app specific UUID to server within peer info (variable IV_HWADDR) * added support for ECDSA ciphersuites (for EC certificates; only supported with certs embedded in .ovpn file) * fixed VPN status after closing and re-opening App with tunnel activated (VPN IPs, last event, etc.) * fixed profiles loading from iCloud with Files app (due to an iOS bug, only 1 file can be loaded at once) * improved .ovpn12 file import
Version 1.2.7 released on January 31, 2018
Changes from 1.2.6 to 1.2.7: * fixed WiFi detection while connected via LTE * fixed tunnel reconfiguration after reconnection with seamless tunnel ON * added message about new .ovpn12 extension in cert list (when empty) * fixed issue with DNS upon reconnection in split tunnel setups * fixed tunnel disconnection when closing App from background app list * fixed spurious connection crash when connecting using TCP * fixed several connection instabilities * fixed routing towards VPN IPs other than the VPN server * fixed usage of PROXY_AUTO_CONFIG_URL and PROXY_BYPASS setting * fixed DNS settings when server directive comes as last one
Version 1.2.6 released on January 17, 2018
Changes between 1.2.5 and 1.2.6: * fixed reconnection with external certificate or password when device is still locked * fixed blank-screen issue on iPods * fixed reconnection after sleep or connectivity loss * fixed seamless tunnel handling * fixed tls-auth setup. missing key-direction in new profiles is again interpreted as "bidirectional" mode * fixed DNS server assignment on split tunnel configurations * fixed IPv6 DNS server assignment on split tunnel configurations * fixed search domain assignment on split tunnel configurations * fixed profile renaming * fixed PROXY settings assignment * fixed permanent disconnection due to TRANSPORT_ERROR when uplink is unavailable Changes between 1.1.1 and 1.2.5: * converted VPN backend to new Apple Network Extensions framework * implemented private keychain for storing certificates and passwords. PKCS#12 bundles imported via Safari or Mail must now end with '.ovpn12' * implemented support for "tls-crypt" config option. If the OpenVPN server you are connecting to has enabled this option, it will provider a safer method to exchange certificates during the initial TLS handshake * improved log verbosity * added preference switch to disable MD5 in TLS * updated mbedTLS to 2.6.0 (MD5 support will be dropped on Apr, 31st 2018) * updated ovpn3 backend
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OpenVPN Connect is the official full-featured iPhone/iPad VPN client for the OpenVPN Access Server, Private Tunnel VPN, and OpenVPN Community, developed by OpenVPN Technologies, Inc. Features: * Easily import .ovpn profiles from iTunes, OpenVPN Access Server, Private Tunnel, or via a browser link. * State-of-the-art power management technology minimizes battery usage. * Support for multi-factor authentication using OpenVPN static and dynamic challenge/response protocols. * Full IPv6 support (at both the tunnel and transport layer). * uses mbedTLS (not affected by Heartbleed issue)
OpenVPN Connect Ranking History | Utilities
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