Show HN: Wag, MFA and Enrollment for WireGuard

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  • wag

    Simple Wireguard 2FA

    Thanks! It's been a bit of a labor of love for quite a while, these are the big three but there are a bunch of other little things.

    Like the time I had to optimise map insertion because the linux kernel does some truly insane locking when you use specific types of eBPF maps:

    https://github.com/NHAS/wag/issues/84

    This is slated to be improved (or has already been improved in kernel 6.8?). But for now wag sort of just side steps it in a horribly stateful way.

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  • defguard

    The only ,real 2FA/MFA' WireGuard Enterprise VPN with build-in SSO, hardware keys management and more!

  • netbird

    Connect your devices into a secure WireGuard®-based overlay network with SSO, MFA and granular access controls.

    https://github.com/netbirdio/netbird seems to be completely open source (BSD), https://github.com/gravitl/netmaker?tab=License-1-ov-file#re... uses Apache for the non-pro stuff, and both of those I found by simply looking at https://github.com/topics/wireguard

    This is why I asked, the phrase "I decided to reinvent the wheel which has honestly been quite fun with learning about eBPF, and recently clustering and HA with etcd" makes it sound like it's doing a bunch of cool stuff (which I want to hear about!), but the readme says nothing about those.

  • Netmaker

    Netmaker makes networks with WireGuard. Netmaker automates fast, secure, and distributed virtual networks.

    https://github.com/netbirdio/netbird seems to be completely open source (BSD), https://github.com/gravitl/netmaker?tab=License-1-ov-file#re... uses Apache for the non-pro stuff, and both of those I found by simply looking at https://github.com/topics/wireguard

    This is why I asked, the phrase "I decided to reinvent the wheel which has honestly been quite fun with learning about eBPF, and recently clustering and HA with etcd" makes it sound like it's doing a bunch of cool stuff (which I want to hear about!), but the readme says nothing about those.

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