WireGuard support and deployment
Updated: March 26, 2020
Here's a list of software and things that use or support the state of the art WireGuard VPN by Jason A. Donenfeld.
Official WireGuard Software
- Android: WireGuard/Android
- iOS: WireGuard/iOS
- MacOS: WireGuard/MacOS
- Go: wireguard-go
- Rust: wireguard-rs
Operating Systems: package management
The following operating systems provide WireGuard as an easily installable port or binary package:
- FreeBSD: pkg install wireguard
- OpenBSD: pkg_add wireguard-go wireguard-tools
- OpenWRT: opkg install wireguard
- Linux: wide support; see official installation docs for more
3rd party WireGuard software
It is recommended to use official WireGuard software whenever possible. The below apps are included for posterity and developer interest.
- 3rd party: TunSafe — Experimental WireGuard Client for OSX (3rd party)
- 3rd party: BoringTun — a userspace WireGuard implementation in Rust (3rd party)
Other WireGuard goodies
- wireguard-vanity-address — generate Wireguard keypairs with a given prefix string
- Thomas Ptacek: "WireGuard is much faster than OpenVPN, much simpler to set up than OpenVPN (except for having to set up IP addresses it's approximately as easy to get working as SSH), and it's much, much more secure than OpenVPN."
- 2016-06-28: WireGuard Launched!
- 2017-03-10: Mullvad announces WireGuard testing
- 2017-12-29: 34C3 WireGuard Workshop
- 2018-05-16: Alpha Snapshots of WireGuard for Android and macOS
- 2018-12-20: WireGuard for iOS - now in the App Store
- 2019-02-16: WireGuard for macOS is announced
- 2019-03-23: Wintun: Layer 3 TUN Driver for Windows
- 2019-05-08: download Windows pre-alpha for testing
- 2019-07-18: OPNsense 19.7 supports WireGuard
- 2019-12-03: Mozilla announces Firefox Private Network, using WireGuard
- 2019-12-08: WireGuard merged into net-next
- 2020-01-19: Wireguard is now in Linus' tree
WireGuard support coming soon!
- The Linux kernel will support WireGuard VPN!!
- WireGuard for OpenBSD — a native implementation! :-)
- WireGuard in kernel for NetBSD
- WireSep — A privilege separated userland implementation of WireGuard for OpenBSD
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