LAKE TAHOE, Calif., Dec. 28, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — StrongVPN, one of the industry’s leading Virtual Private Network companies, has recently donated to the OSTIF’s OpenVPN fundraiser, a cause that directly aligns with StrongVPN’s privacy and security values. The fundraiser aims to help audit OpenVPN 2.4, one of the world’s most widely used networks.
The OSTIF, or The Open Source Technology Improvement Fund, created the fundraiser in November of 2016, aiming to get “one of the most widely used networking applications in the world audited,” according to their website. With the newest version currently in beta, OpenVPN 2.4 aims to support a faster development and rollout of features to combat the possibility of data breaches, as well as “increase trust in the OpenVPN platform with a professional audit of the code.”
As StrongVPN stands firmly for the protection of user data, this cause in particular meshes with the values implemented at StrongVPN, a company who advocates zero logging and a secure global network of servers for 100% customer security and anonymity. As one of the first VPN services, StrongVPN includes OpenVPN as an option for customers upon signing up for the service. OpenVPN offers the highest encryption value and is preferred by many of StrongVPN’s customers who are concerned about privacy and encryption.
The OSTIF is a “corporate non-profit organization that connects open-source security projects with much needed funding and logistical support,” whose primary mission is fueled by fundraising for a variety of causes such as support for OpenSSL and OpenVPN, VeraCrypt, and more.
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