Please do not share your Wireguard Server account. If you share your Wireguard Server account, We will immediately delete your account. You can use 1 Wireguard Server account for 2 connections at once.
This Wireguard Server Server location in Singapore with daily account limit 10. Total Tunnel accounts created today on this server are 0 accounts and total accounts created on this server is 0 accounts.
WireGuard is a VPN protocol —the way that a client (like your computer or phone) communicates with a VPN server. You might also hear “WireGuard” refer to the app you can run on your devices as well.
It only supports UDP, which uses no handshake protocols. That's one of the reasons why it's so fast. It can skip the checks that OpenVPN TCP has to perform.
Pros & cons
WireGuard is a game-changer in the world of VPNs and it has some great advantages that play important roles in the cybersecurity sector. Here, you can see why this tunnel is as respected as it is:
However, to get something great, we must sacrifice something in return. Therefore, WireGuard also comes with some issues:
How does WireGuard work?
WireGuard uses state-of-the-art cryptography and network code to create an encrypted tunnel between two devices based on symmetric encryption, and more. Using some clever strategies, it even works when the client device’s IP address changes. For example, you can switch from mobile data to Wi-Fi without waiting thirty seconds for the VPN to reconnect.
Is WireGuard secure?
WireGuard is a secure tunneling protocol. In fact, owing to its use of modern, well-vetted cryptography, WireGuard is one of the safest VPN protocols out there. Without compromising either the VPN server or your client device, an external attacker can’t figure out much about your browsing.
What undoubtedly contributes to its safety is that its code is very streamlined and uses fewer lines of code than, i.e., OpenVPN. The less complex setup, the less it's prone to errors and misconfigurations. All of this adds to your overall safety.