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April 2024 Update: GA

Firezone 1.0 GA is now available! Also in this update:

  • Firezone 1.0 signups are now open
  • New Team plan with self-serve billing
  • Clients available for Windows, macOS, iOS, Android, and Linux
  • Network roaming support
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March 2024 Update

Firezone 1.0.0-pre.9 is released! In this update:

  • Windows and Linux betas
  • Directory sync for Microsoft Entra ID and Okta
  • Improved performance and stability
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ANNOUNCEMENTJanuary 1, 2024

Jaunary 2024 Update

Happy new year from the Firezone team!

After a long year of building, we're incredibly excited to announce 1.0 beta testing for Apple and Android platforms. Firezone 1.0 is an entirely new product with a brand new architecture that includes many of the features you've been asking for. To summarize just a few:

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INSIGHTSDecember 6, 2023

Enterprises choose open source

More enterprises are turning to open source software (OSS) to reduce costs, improve efficiency, and extend their competitive advantage. The core technologies chosen by organizations often persist for decades, so decisions that IT leaders make today are bound to affect their organizations’ ability to function and adapt in the future — whether that’s one year, or 10.

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INSIGHTSNovember 17, 2023

Secure remote access makes remote work a win-win

The number of employees working remotely is accelerating, so secure remote access should be a large part of any organization’s cybersecurity strategy. Secure remote access lets remote and hybrid employees work from anywhere in the world, on any device, without compromising your organization’s network, data, and system security.

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Firezone 1.0

Firezone comes from humble roots.

When we launched on Hacker News nearly two years ago, we never envisioned Firezone to be more than a simple tool for managing your WireGuard configurations.

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ANNOUNCEMENTOctober 17, 2022

Release 0.6.0

Today, I'm excited to announce we've closed the first public issue on our GitHub repository, more than a year after it was originally opened: Containerization support! We're also releasing preliminary support for SAML 2.0 identity providers like Okta and OneLogin.
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Release 0.5.0

As the first post on our new blog, we thought it'd be fitting to kick things off with a release announcement. So without further ado, we're excited to announce: Firezone 0.5.0 is here! It's packed with new features, bug fixes, and other improvements — more on that below.
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