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...Read more
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...Read more
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...Read more
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. ;-)
We are happy to let you know that Safejumper for iOS is now back on the Appstore. We are also working hard on upgrading our network to welcome a public release of the new Safejumper for desktop with TOR's obfsproxy and ECC/XOR integrated. Stay tuned!
We are happy to announce that the new Safejumper with TOR's obfsproxy and ECC/XOR integrated is available in private beta. Please open a support ticket to request the download link. Stay tuned, we will make a public release in few weeks.
We have noticed that our developer license with Apple expired. We just renewed it but it may take two days for Apple to acknowledge it. Once this is done, Safejumper for iOS will return to the App Store. Sorry for the inconvenience.
We would like to inform our users that we do not wish any longer to mention France 8 (220.127.116.11) in our warrant canary until further notice.
We are happy to let you know that we worked hard over past several weeks to make such a promise happen. Please stay tuned as we will release in the next few weeks a major update to Safejumper with industry-leading implementations of third-party cryptographic technologies. We look forward to releasing it.
We're happy to inform you that we just added new VPN nodes in America, Europe & Asia. Our network now enjoys an increased capacity and our next networking update should come with some exciting news. Stay tuned!