Proxy.sh now serves VPN in Macau, Kosovo, Vietnam, Belize & Slovenia

We are extremely happy to announce that we extended our presence in Macau, Kosovo, Vietnam, Belize & Slovenia. Our network now spans across 57 countries all around the world. Here is a reminder of the full list of the countries where we offer at least one VPN node: Australia Austria Belgium Belize Brazil Bulgaria Canada Chile China Costa Rica Czech Republic Estonia Finland France...

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Hubs improved & North America added

We are happy to inform you that we have improved our hubs so that they connect you to better nodes within the same country or region. We also added a "North America" hub that comprises all our nodes in both the United States and Canada. We hope you will enjoy those small but meaningful improvements. Stay tuned!

DDoS attack mitigated

Some of you may have noticed that last night we encountered few downtimes. We faced a severe DDoS attack that we have now mitigated. All our services are stable and we are adding more capacity to build better defense. Stay tuned as we are about to establish VPN presence in more countries.

We now have special guides for Linux Mint :)

We're happy to announce that we have just published some specific guides for Linux Mint, understanding growing user demand for this awesome OS. You can find these guides here . An update of Safejumper will also come soon, fixing many troubles on Linux. Stay tuned!

Proxy.sh has an updated refund policy! Refunds guaranteed :)

We at Proxy.sh highly value our customers' satisfaction, and we understand we are unable to meet everyone's expectations, especially when it comes to convenience of use or 24/7 reliability with some high-end encryption stuff. We always provided unconditional refunds when our customers paid us with PayPal. And when they paid us with something else, we encouraged them to claim a refund with...

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Thailand, China & Serbia VPN locations return

We are happy to let you know that our nodes in Thailand, China & Serbia are now back online after a prolonged maintenance. We had difficulties to bring them back online because the respective datacenters did not meet our responses for specific OS templates in a proper rapid time. We are thinking about switching datacenters and also about adopting new country locations. Stay tuned!

Proxy.sh releases new Safejumper, supports TOR's obfs, ECC & XOR

Here at Proxy.sh we strive to run our operation as a non-for-profit entity. We use our profits to compensate for the time inputted by our staff members, and we use what is left to advance in research & development. After having increased our encryption methods, deployed several new technology standards, improved our philosophy & transparency and made our user experience simpler, we...

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Server nomenclature updated across the network

We would like to inform you that we have re-ordered all our servers' names, so what used to be a France 9 could now be a France 5. If you are attached to a particular IP, please kindly go through the list again and make sure to know your new server's name. Not all the servers have been changed, only a small part has been affected. If you want to know the server name behind a precise IP, or the...

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Hack attempt resolved following release of TOR's integration

Just a couple of hours after we released our new Safejumper client with the integration of TOR's obfsproxy, among other things, we were hit by a massive DDoS attack, followed with several brute-force attempts on our authentication and firewall systems. We contained the brute-force assault, and we mitigated the DDoS one within 6 hours. We would like to thank everyone for your patience. We are...

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France 8 now dropped from our network ;-)

We are relieved to announce that France 8 has now been dropped from our network following its removal from our warrant canary . We have now been able to safely cancel it and our warrant canary now fully covers our entire network again. Please enjoy your (secure) stay with us. ;-)

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