WireGuard  is a new VPN that uses the latest cryptography methods. The article will
introduce wireguard, provide some light background into VPNs, then follow on setting up
and connecting to the service. WireGuard was designed to be simple to configure and
deploy, which is why I think it is a suitable for the fedora magazine. Overall, I think
wireguard is a good introduction to VPNs and can provide users with additional network
security. The client will (hopefully) use network manager , and WireGuard will be
installed outside of the official repo  (as recommended by the developers), though
there is discussion  about the need for wireguard to be included into Fedora.
This is my first pitch, what do you thing?
A bit about me, I'm a PostDoc at a university researching network security on critical