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But why that VPN? How WireGuard made it into Linux

But why that VPN? How WireGuard made it into Linux

Even the best of ideas can take their own sweet time making it into the Linux kernel. Learn how WireGuard - rather than OpenVPN or IKEv2 - made it into the Linux kernel.

Maybe someday – maybe – Zero Trust will solve many of our network security problems. But for now, if you want to make sure you don't have an eavesdropper on your network, you need a Virtual Private Network (VPN).

There's only one little problem with commercial VPNs: many of them are untrustworthy. So, what can you do? Well, run your own of course is the open-source answer. And, today, your VPN of choice is Linux's built-in VPN: WireGuard.

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