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TunnelBear for Mac

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What's new in this version:

TunnelBear 3.9.2
- Change log not available for this version


TunnelBear 3.9.1
- The Bears have been working on their wind sprints to make connection times even faster! When they weren't in the gym, the Bears were upgrading the map for faster load and scroll speeds. Give the map a test drive and marvel at how smooth it feels
- While you're checking out the new map, you might notice that your Bear now connects to tunnels when you click the tunnel opening
- For some quick protein, we chomped a bug that miscalculated the amount of data left on some accounts and disconnected them by accident. Your Bear should know how much data you have at all times now
- Last but not least, we bid a fond farewell to IKEv2. It hasn't been playing nicely in the tunnels for some time now, and to make sure you have the most secure connection, we felt it was best to remove the protocol
- Fixed some pesky crashes


TunnelBear 3.9.0
- Change log not available for this version


TunnelBear 3.8.9
- Updating to latest version of OpenVPN made your Bear's teeth and claws even stronger


TunnelBear 3.8.7
- You'll find your Bear is now bright eyed and bushy tailed when waking up from sleep mode
- New connection messages to explain why your Bear can't connect
- GhostBear has been a little shy on some devices but should now appear regularly
- Your Bear should now shut down faster and more reliably


TunnelBear 3.8.6
- Change log not available for this version


TunnelBear 3.8.5
- Trained Bears to sniff out, and close, tunnels that are insecure


TunnelBear 3.8.4
- Our Grizzly, Giant and Little Bears fell in love with calendars and decided they will refer to themselves as "Yearly", "Monthly" and "Free" from now on


TunnelBear 3.8.3
- Change log not available for this version


TunnelBear 3.8.2
- Change log not available for this version


TunnelBear 3.8.0
- To make our nighttime bears more comfortable, we now support Dark Mode in macOS Mojave Select the dark appearance in System Preferences for a moodier moonlit map
- Fixed some connection issues which may have prevented some Bears from tunnelling
- Fixed a login issue that affected certain connection types


TunnelBear 3.7.2
- Fixed a bug where buttons lost their text in Mojave
- 5% more bears


TunnelBear 3.7.1
- Fix for losing internet when you run out of data


TunnelBear 3.7.0
- Fixed a crash when switching accounts


TunnelBear 3.6.3
- Fixed a bug where some bears weren’t able to make a connection


TunnelBear 3.6.2
- This update contains a number of fixes as part of our ongoing commitment to providing Grizzly-grade security


TunnelBear 3.6.1
- This update includes new versions of the certificates we use to confirm a secure connection. When the old certificates expire, you’ll need to be running this version of TunnelBear to successfully connect


TunnelBear 3.6.0
- Fixed a crash when switching accounts


TunnelBear 3.5.4
- Fixed a bug that prevented bears from digging their way through blocks, censorship and other obstacles


TunnelBear 3.5.3
- Sneaky GhostBears are more proficient at changing Tunnels
- Stop announcing TunnelBear is disconnected if it’s already disconnect
- Dragging the map no longer asks if you would like to Tunnel
- Fixed a bug in VigilantBear that snuck in for macOS 10.11 users


TunnelBear 3.5.2
- Upgraded to a fresh new profile to keep a more stable connection
- Further improved our Vigilant feature to not be so overbearing
- Fixed a bug that could send the bear in circles trying to connect


TunnelBear 3.5.1
- Removed legacy Apple Bypass feature as it’s no longer required for Apple traffic
- Further locked down our Vigilant feature to handle less common disconnection scenarios
- Fixed DNS bug caused by multiple network adapters


TunnelBear 3.5.0
- Introducing shiny new IKEv2 tunnels that connect dramatically faster
- Your bear is now even more vigilant, blocking https traffic while reconnecting
- More tweaks to Trusted Networks should make using it more bear-able


TunnelBear 3.0.16
- Fixed an issue with some 10.10 Bears
- Combed some fur and buffed a few claws


TunnelBear 3.0.15
- Now running OpenVPN 2.4.3
- Improvements to connection speeds and stability
- Improvements on handling trusted networks
- Patched some memory leaks
- Standard accounts can now detect future updates


TunnelBear 3.0.14
- Update to the latest OpenVPN (2.4.2)
- A few security improvements, like support for public-key pinning
- Quicker connecting and reconnecting
- New GhostBear spookiness
- Improvements to Vigilant mode will keep a stronger security barrier on flaky internet connections


TunnelBear 3.0.13
- Bears have reinforced tunnels with OpenVPN 2.4.1
- Updated some bearror messages


TunnelBear 3.0.12
- Another Bear bath to wash off some pesky bugs


TunnelBear 3.0.11
- Bears now able to sniff out captive portals
- Shook out water from Bear’s inner ear for improved app stability
- Greased tunnels for even better connectivity


TunnelBear 3.0.10
- Fixed issue where some particularly obstinate Bears insisted on logging out after restart
- Bears have solved mystery around disappearing Auto tunnel


TunnelBear 3.0.9
- Worked on trust issues; Bear now more receptive to trusted networks
- Equipped Bear with map and compass for better navigation when switching countries


TunnelBear 3.0.8
- Helper tool now 147.3% more helpful
- Bears have glossier fur on Yosemite


TunnelBear 3.0.7
- Got the stubborn bears back in line, connection issues from last release should go away


TunnelBear 3.0.6
- Un-bear-able captchas will be handled a little better
- You might not have to bear-with as much security rate limiting
- Hibernating Bear dock icon should once again disappear while it’s disconnected
- Bear-in-mind the vigilant security feature should be more reliable
- Bear-illiant improvements in connection durability and reconnection
- We won’t ela-bear-ate on all the minor bug fixes
- 33% more Bears


TunnelBear 3.0.5
- You can now command your bear with voice over and accessibility support
- Sierra fix restores the laws of nature, when a new healthier Bear is introduced, the older TunnelBear version is ruthlessly deleted
- Your Bear is less likely to lose its bear-ings on the map
- Stubborn Bears will no longer prevent system shutdowns or restarts while they’re busy tunnelling
- No more fur-getting to notify you if your password resets
- Bear-witness to improvements with the update
- 34.2% more Bears


TunnelBear 3.0.4
- Some Bears had a few ticks and bugs. A mild bath and good as new.
- 1.13% more Bears


TunnelBear 3.0.3
- Improved tunnel slipperiness
- Bears will no longer get stuck in the Bear-muda triangle
- Checking for updates will be more bear-able
- Your bear is less likely to fur-get to connect on restart
- 15.7% more Bears


TunnelBear 3.0.2
- Combed out a macOS 10.12 Sierra bug
- Turns out that Sierra bug had a friend - squashed it too
- Security updates
- Redesigned and reengineering from the paws up, we proudly present the new TunnelBear for Mac app
- We've improved nearly every aspect of your TunnelBear, including a beautiful new design, stronger security features and faster connection times
- We've shed the retro wood from our original app and redesigned a simple, beautiful new app that feels more at home on macOS 10.12 Sierra
- Trusted networks feature automatically connects to any network not in your trusted list. E.g. You can list your home Wi-Fi as trusted and have TunnelBear automatically connect the next time you're on a public Wi-Fi that might be less safe
- Be alerted on unsecure networks that use WEP, or no admin passwords
- Improved "Vigilant" mode will block all unsecured data while you connect and reconnect
- Connect and reconnect up to 60% faster than our old app


TunnelBear 3.0.1
- Redesigned and reengineering from the paws up, we proudly present the new TunnelBear for Mac app
- We've improved nearly every aspect of your TunnelBear, including a beautiful new design, stronger security features and faster connection times
- We've shed the retro wood from our original app and redesigned a simple, beautiful new app that feels more at home on macOS Sierra
- Trusted networks feature automatically connects to any network not in your trusted list. E.g. You can list your home Wi-Fi as trusted and have TunnelBear automatically connect the next time you're on a public Wi-Fi that might be less safe
- Be alerted on unsecure networks that use WEP, or no admin passwords
- Improved "Vigilant" mode will block all unsecured data while you connect and reconnect
- Connect and reconnect up to 60% faster than our old app
- Much, much more
- 3853% more Bears


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