IVPN is a virtual private network service designed for personal use. VPNs use an encrypted connection to increase your security on public or unsecured Wi-Fi and to get around geographic restrictions (for example, if you want to watch content not available in your country). IVPN offers an open-source client and multi-hop connections, and it does not keep logs of your activity.
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Open-source client: IVPN supports OpenVPN, open-source software for creating secure Internet connections. Open source means the code is publicly viewable, which reduces the avenues through which a VPN provider can behave improperly. IVPN also provides an optional proprietary client.

Legal protections: IVPN’s company headquarters is in Gibraltar, which is not subject to European Union data-retention laws or US government oversight. This helps increase customer privacy.

No logging: IVPN does not record your activity. So if an IVPN server is ever compromised, no one will be able to detect who has been using it. IVPN servers use full-disk encryption as well.

Varied connection types: IVPN offers many multi-hop connections, which route your traffic through several steps at different locations before connecting you to the Internet. These hops make it difficult for an observer to detect where you are. IVPN also offers TCP connections, which trade lower speed for higher reliability.

Multidevice support: IVPN works on Windows, OS X, Linux, iOS, Android, and a local network router, and you can use it on up to three devices at once.

24/7 live support: Customer service is available every day, at any hour.

7-day trial: You can try IVPN free for one week before deciding whether you want to pay for the service.

Private payment methods: If you’d like to keep your payment details private, IVPN accepts PayPal and BitPay.


Relatively expensive: A package this nice doesn’t come cheap. The $100 annual subscription option works out to $8.33 a month, which is high by VPN standards.

Basic OpenVPN interface: OpenVPN is not a descriptive client, so you may have to Google a few things to understand what its features are. Android and iOS users do not get a proprietary client, only the OpenVPN option.


You get what you pay for, and IVPN is at the top of the VPN heap, thanks to a feature-rich package of security, privacy, customer support, connection types, and device compatibility.


From IVPN:We don’t pretend that you can just flip a switch and enjoy complete security and peace of mind. Your privacy and security requires that you adopt a mindset that considers your online defences at many levels. You must consider fundamental questions such as “what data am I trying to protect?” and “from whom am I trying to protect it?”. Which is why we publish our free privacy and security guides for novices to our most sophisticated users.

Install our exclusive IVPN software that protects against every type of known IP leak and connect to the internet without any fear of being tracked, monitored or censored. All your online activity is tied to our network IP addresses, ensuring your long-term privacy.

We’ve been around since 2009, far longer than most VPN services. You can rely on our hard-earned reputation for the security of our service, providing you with a privacy service you can trust.

And we don’t store any logs that could compromise your privacy or anonymity.

With IVPN, your privacy and security is more than just an afterthought – it’s our top priority.

What's new

What's new in this version:

IVPN Client 2.12.4
- Improved: Account ID validation logic

IVPN Client 2.12.3
- Improved: User-defined extra configuration parameters for OpenVPN moved to separate file with access rights only for privileged account
- Fixed: Random disconnections on waking-up from sleep or hibernation
- Fixed: Updated installer to allow access to application for non privileged users

IVPN Client 2.12.2
- Improved: Overall stability
- Fixed: Installer issues
- Fixed: Potential disconnection when network changes

IVPN Client 2.12.1
- Fixed: Potential disconnection when network changes

IVPN Client 2.12.0
- New: Command line interface for IVPN service
- Improved: Overall stability

IVPN Client 2.11.9
- Improved: Removed WireGuard warning

IVPN Client 2.11.6
- Reconnection functionality
- Updated CA certificate for OpenVPN

- 'Automatically change port' feature
- Sometimes ping indicators are not updating

IVPN Client 2.11.4
- Crash because of the missing library on Windows Server
- Potential local privilege escalation vulnerability

IVPN Client 2.11.3
- Pause feature for WireGuard
- Various UI issues

IVPN Client 2.11.2
- WireGuard upgraded to 0.0.38
- Wintun upgraded to v0.8

- Unable to connect WireGuard if its service not uninstalled
- Issue with background update of WireGuard keys
- Firewall config changes from Always-On to On-Demand after upgrade
- Processing of users additional OpenVPN parameters

IVPN Client 2.11.0
- Improved performance of IVPN Service

IVPN Client 2.10.9
- Change log not available for this version

IVPN Client 2.10.8
- Fixed potential privilege escalation vulnerability by improving OpenVPN extra parameter filtering

IVPN Client 2.10.7
- Fixed various UI issues

IVPN Client 2.10.6
- All API calls to IVPN servers using TLS v1.2. Please note: In-app updates will fail after 01.01.2020 if you do not install this release
- Installer is signed with a timestamp

IVPN Client 2.10.4
- Bypass DNS blocks to IVPN API

- WireGuard upgraded to v0.0.31
- Wintun upgraded to v0.7
- Option to use custom DNS from local network
- Login session management

- Incorrect 'fastest server' detection after system reboot

IVPN Client 2.10.3
- DNS leak when 'Allow LAN traffic' is enabled
- WireGuard sometimes loses connectivity after PC wake up

IVPN Client 2.10.2
- WireGuard upgraded to v0.0.23
- Wintun upgraded to v0.6

- Various installer issues
- Save/restore selected server for WireGuard

IVPN Client 2.10.1
- Added new port for connection: 1194 UDP

- Overall stability

- OpenVPN re-connecting sometimes on slow connections
- DNS issue with Multi-Hop connection when AntiTracker enabled
- Various UI issues

IVPN Client 2.10.0
New WireGuard protocol:
- WireGuard is a new VPN protocol that promises better security and faster speeds compared to existing solutions like OpenVPN or IPSec. The WireGuard protocol is currently under heavy development and should be considered as experimental. Review the WireGuard project for more information. We do not recommend WireGuard except for situations where security is not critical.

IVPN Client 2.9.9
- DNS switching problem
- Failure to submit error reports
- Various UI issues

IVPN Client 2.9.8
- AntiTracker: block ads, malicious websites, and third-party trackers
- Custom DNS: specify DNS server when connected to VPN

IVPN Client 2.9.7

- Display public IP and geolocation information
- Fastest server configuration
- Setting to skip confirmation when application closing in the connected state
- Notification when IVPN service is not installed

- OpenVPN upgraded to v2.4.6
- OpenSSL upgraded to v1.1.1a
- Uninstaller will close 'IVPN Client' application
- Settings are reset to defaults on logout

- Ocassional IVPN client reconnections
- Account status check
- Crash when user settings file is broken
- Windows firewall exception 'Cannot abort a WFP Transaction'
- High CPU usage after the first login
- Various UI issues

IVPN Client 2.9.6
- Improved: Overall stability
- Fixed: Various UI issues
- Fixed: UI issues on Windows 7