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COMPLETE! Upcoming Maintenance – August 29, 2020, 10PM PDT

August 26, 2020

We will be performing some database maintenance this coming Saturday, August 29 at 10PM PDT (August 30, 2020 at 05:00 UTC). During this time, ZeroTier Central will remain available, however you will not be able to create new accounts or networks, add new members to networks, or make any changes to existing networks including the […]

Working From Home

March 17, 2020

In response Covid-19, organizations across the globe are encouraging, and often requiring, people to stay at home and work remotely. This often presents technical challenges that can be difficult to overcome, especially for small businesses. Enabling remote working has now become a critical priority for many, many people. We’d like to take this opportunity to […]

On the GPL to BSL Transition

October 30, 2019

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 […]

ZeroTier 2.0 Status

September 24, 2019

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 […]

Research Notes: AES-GMAC-CTR (SIV)

September 4, 2019

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 […]

ZeroTier Root Server Upgrades

August 30, 2019

ZeroTier’s root servers don’t do very much. They relay initial traffic between peers, help peers establish peer-to-peer connectivity, and act as a cache of identities and associated public keys. If you’ve typed “zerotier-cli listpeers” you’ve seen them. They’re called “planets” in the current version. For four years two clusters of nodes affectionately named Alice and […]