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ZeroTier 1.6.0

Today ZeroTier is proud to release version 1.6.0, a major new release that contains a number of improvements and new features that are mostly back-ported from our still-in-progress version 2.0 tree. Here’s a quick summary: • Multipath engine allowing multiple network connections to be used simultaneously. See the knowledge base for instructions. • DNS configuration management, […]
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ZeroTier 1.6.0-beta1 Released

ZeroTier 1.6 includes a number of new features and capabilities back-ported from the 2.0 tree. As there are many changes, we are releasing at least one beta prior to a full release so our users and community can test these features and report back to us. Version 1.6.0-beta1 is tagged as 1.5.0 and can be […]
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Version 1.6, Pricing Updates, New Site, and More!

ZeroTier has been growing fast! In addition to a much needed web facelift we are pleased to announce an upcoming point release, continued progress toward our milestone version 2.0, and a pricing update that will help us have enough resources to meet the needs of our growing customer base while continuing to innovate and improve […]
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On the GPL to BSL Transition

As of version 1.4.2 we changed ZeroTier’s license from the GNU General Public License V3 (GPLv3) to a newer licensing scheme pioneered by MariaDB called the Business Source License (BSL). ZeroTier’s version can be found here and there is more information on our pricing page. For the vast majority of our users this change means […]
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ZeroTier 2.0 Status

ZeroTier 2.0 is relatively close, so we want to take this opportunity to announce some of the changes and improvements that are coming. Version 2.0 is a major milestone release, hence our first major version increment. It will also be a “breaking release” for a few people. Version 2.0 nodes can still talk to 1.x […]
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Research Notes: AES-GMAC-CTR (SIV)

This post is for cryptography geeks who are interested in what we’re doing to improve ZeroTier’s security and performance in version 2.0. Disclaimer: these are research notes, not a final design, and you shouldn’t copy this design into a production cryptosystem as it has not yet received sufficient review. In our previous post on ZeroTier […]
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