Tailor-made, a new internet
for your teams

Runetale is the simplest way to secure your remote-first teams and cloud. Replace traditional VPNs in minutes.
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Increase Security

Experience a WireGuard®-based P2P mesh network in just minutes. Safely access your team's devices, cloud, VMs, and other private resources.

Implement Zero Trust, gradually

No config, no firewall, no complex setup. Even if your teams are already running a VPN, start using Runetale concurrently within a single team or department.

Save Cost, Boost Performance

Slash your costs by over 50% compared to traditional VPNs. With direct connectivity, enjoy a fast and secure VPN from anywhere to anywhere.

How Runetale Works

Supercharge your

virtual network

Build your own WireGuard® mesh network in minutes. Wherever your servers or devices are located, the connection is always peer-to-peer.

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Fast. Secure. Simple.
Connect directly, from anywhere

Just connect your machines and cloud instances to replace your traditional VPN. No need to worry about firewalls or complex network configurations


Up and Running in just
5min for
remote work

Transform your traditional, vulnerable, slow, and difficult-to-use VPN into a secure, fast, and easy-to-use VPN in minutes. Runetale supports everything from remote work, engineers' cloud access, to site-to-site connections.

Work From Anywhere, Securely.

Experience consistently high-speed connectivity from any environment, powered by WireGuard-based P2P networking

Seamless Access to Cloud Infrastructure.

Enjoy secure access to various cloud environments such as AWS, GCP, Azure, and more - with the added capability to connect even under a VPC's Private Subnet

Site-to-Site Networking, even IoTs.

Seamlessly connect multiple remote locations or field sites with your headquarters' local network. Deployment on IoT and on-premise environments is also supported

Why Now?

VPN was first introduced in 1996.
30 years later, we're still using the same technology.

VPN was originally developed for a limited number of employees to remotely access on-premises server. However, today, everyone in a company uses VPNs for a wide variety of purposes on a daily basis.

Corporate VPNs that continue to operate with known vulnerabilities


Cyber attacks targeting VPNs have surged by 2000% in the wake of remote work


The average amount lost due to hacking. In 2021, it exceeded 10.5 billion USD worldwide

But Why Runetale?

No credit-card required,

just login and connect any infrastructure

Runetale supports zero trust and role-based access control through SSO integration. Manage who can access what, regardless if you're using AWS, GCP, Azure, or even your own on-site systems.
Times to launch Runetale
5 minutes
All plans include maintenance and operation support
Cost savings by switching to Runetale

Single sign-on

Your own VPN, one-click away

Log in with your favorite SSO, such as Google Workspace or AzureAD. No dependencies on existing networks, so you can integrate us step-by-step

Role-based access controls

Any infrastructure, any environment. Control access based on user roles

For engineers who often connect to cloud infrastructures such as AWS, GCP, Azure, etc., we provide a UX that does not spoil the development experience.
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coming soon

macOS, Window, Linux, iOS, Android. Any device, for any plan.

Mobile and desktop apps are included for all plans. Desktop apps will be generally available in early February 2023 and mobile apps in early March 2023

Register today,for new internet experience.

Join our waitlist today! As soon as we're ready, we'll get in touch with you.

Frequently Asked Questions

Have a different question and can’t find the answer you’re looking for? Reach out to our support team by sending us a request form and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.

What is the difference between a general VPN and Runetale?
Traditional VPNs typically use communication protocols such as IPSec or OpenVPN. Runetale, on the other hand, employs the open-source P2P communication protocol WireGuard.
WireGuard is OSS, so what is the role of Runetale?
While the OSS WireGuard is freely available to anyone, technical knowledge is essential, such as managing public and private keys. Runetale provides an environment that anyone can use without detailed settings or knowledge.
Is Runetale's service available as OSS?
Yes, Runetale is available as OSS on GitHub. You can check the source code of NAT traversal using WebRTC and other ancillary functions that improve communication performance at any time.
Is Runetale already available?
No, currently we are operating on an invitation basis. Invitations are sent in the order of pre-registration, and our support team of engineers will respond.
Can Runetale see the communication data of its users?
No, all communications are connected P2P without passing through our servers. Therefore, we are unable to obtain any communication data.
Can Runetale be used in environments where it cannot be installed?
Yes, absolutely. For instance, it can be used in environments such as printers, IoT devices, and AWS private subnets. For more details, please contact us.
We are already operating a VPN within our company, what should we do if we want to use Runetale?
Runetale can be used in conjunction with an existing VPN. You can even start by test running it by department, so please do not hesitate to contact us.
What is the most common use case for Runetale?
The main uses are as a VPN for remote work and for engineers' remote access to the cloud. It is also used as a VPN between bases in physical stores.
Do we need a dedicated person in-house when introducing Runetale?
Even if there is no in-house person in charge, our engineers will continuously support you from initial setup to operation.