This is part of my brief series on Wireguard. I'm pretty enamoured with Wireguard and the way it works, and I've been using it pretty seamlessly for over a year now. I've learned a couple things that weren't immediately obvious though, so I'm documenting them here.
Samuel Holland mentioned an interesting trinket, in his post at https://lists.zx2c4.com/pipermail/wireguard/2018-December/003703.html:
"[...] WireGuard will ignore a peer whose public key matches the interface's private key. So you can distribute a single list of peers everywhere …