Why use a VPN? Mysterium Network is a fast and scalable transport security layer. Mysterium is reinventing privacy, starting with decentralizing VPN on blockchain which means that our architecture can’t actually keep logs of your traffic. Instead, your traffic data is distributed across the network with no single node having complete access to who you are and what you are doing. We have been open source from day one. Everything is transparent. You can check our source code and even contribute.
As we continue our mission to create a distributed, trust-less and sustainable network providing open access and privacy to all Internet users; our MysteriumVPN app is now available for mobile Android phones on the Google Play store. Anyone will be able to participate in the world’s first decentralized blockchain VPN network from the convenience of their Android phones and compatible devices. You can download the app and use for free during our alpha testing (also available for Windows and macOS desktop versions). Help us build, improve and continue to reinvent privacy, security and freedom on the Internet by providing your feedback.
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The app is built with P2P architecture with focus on highest privacy and anonymity using powerful AES-256 encryption, reputation mechanisms, and layered protection protocols. MysteriumVPN secures your data communication channel by utilizing highest-grade AES-256 encryption with SHA384 cryptographic hashing.
MysteriumVPN app for mobile Android
The MysteriumVPN mobile app uses the OpenVPN protocol. OpenVPN is a open-source commercial software that implements virtual private network techniques to create secure point-to-point or site-to-site connections in routed or bridged configurations and remote access facilities. It uses a custom security protocol that utilizes SSL/TLS for key exchange. Future versions of the MysteriumVPN app will also integrate the WireGuard ® protocol as well.
MysteriumVPN node country Search
The first version of the app for Android will include basic functionality that will allow browsing through and connection to the list of available node countries in the decentralized network TestNet. You can also help provide a secure connection to those in need by hosting your own VPN node. You will be able to see your current IP address and connection status at the top of the screen. The bottom part of the screen shows connectivity statistics like session time duration and amount of traffic received and sent. Other functionality includes a Favorites feature (by marking the star icon) so that you can save your preferred connections for quick and easy access.
Quick Access screen shortcut
The MysteriumVPN quick access screen shortcut is available at the top of the mobile phone screen in the Notifications area.
MysteriumVPN quick access screen shortcut
Quick Access screen
You can quickly and easily DISCONNECT your current VPN session in the quick access screen. Session statistics can also be conveniently seen here for monitoring.
MysteriumVPN quick access screen
Selecting the ? question mark icon at the top left of the main app screen opens the Feedback form. Select desired Feedback type (Bug, Connectivity issues, Positive feedback), enter Message and click on the SEND FEEDBACK button to help our team with the development process by providing us with valuable data.
MysteriumVPN Feedback form
You can also help by providing your feedback and interacting with our community. You can join our MysteriumVPN Telegram Testing group for support and communicating with our team to share your experience and thoughts.
The open source code for the mobile app will be available in our GitHub. For iPhone and iOS users we will have that version of the app available in Q1 of 2019. Additional future developments include advanced filtering for improved node country selection. We also have payment flows such as top up your identity, withdraw from your identity and micro-payments for bandwidth coming soon.
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