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FreeBSD Merges WireGuard Support

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The momentum of WireGuard continues with FreeBSD now having mainlined their port of this open-source secure VPN tunnel.

For FreeBSD 13 there is now the import of the WireGuard kernel module. This follows OpenBSD adding WireGuard earlier in the year, various Linux kernel back-ports have been adding WireGuard too now like the Oracle Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel, and Android 12 looks to support WireGuard. The WireGuard port for Windows was also recently updated.

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