Proxy.sh now supported by Vilfo

We are delighted to announce that Vilfo is now supporting Proxy.sh into its OS for its hardware. Vilfo is a young company producing router hardware that is specifically designed to work with a variety of VPN providers. You can learn more about Vilfo and how it could work with Proxy.sh from this page .

Proxy.sh now supported by 4nonimizer

We are thrilled to announce that Carlos Antonini & Vicente Motos, the authors of the great 4nonimizer bash script, have updated the latter to support connecting to the Proxy.sh network with it. You can check their script @  https://github.com/Hackplayers/4nonimizer  - it is a very interesting piece of code. We look forward to updating you about Safejumper very soon as well. Stay tuned!

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Proxy.sh now teams up with VPNRouters.com

We are thrilled to announce that we just teamed up with VPNRouters.com to provide you with pre-configured routers. The latter is an adequate solution to connect to the Proxy.sh network effortlessly and protect an entire web of devices. You can find routers as low as $50, and VPNRouters.com provide an excellent customer service. Please do not hesitate to take a look at their listing of...

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Safejumper build 82 out, improved stability for Linux

We are happy to announce that we've just released build 82 of Safejumper. It comes with improved stability for Linux, better DNS support for Windows, and improved leakfixes. It paves the way for version 4.0 with a better root-level management, for which we spent much development time. Stay tuned as this future version comes out in the next weeks!

Proxy.sh augments its API with further data

We are happy to announce that we have just released an updated version of our public API . It now returns more information per server, especially whether the server has  port forwarding (forwarding), obfsproxy (obfs), ECC/XOR (ecc), OpenSSL (stunnel), Double Hop (double_hop) or TLS_crypt (TLS) enabled. This should help third party developers further integrate their systems with our stealth...

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Github apologises to Proxy.sh and its users, brings back repos

We are happy to announce that Github has brought back our account with all its repositories, just minutes after we published to public that they took down our account. They declined to comment specifically what triggered the takedown, but they extend their apologies not to only to us, the Proxy.sh staff, but also to you, dear users. Thank you, Github, for supporting our efforts and our code...

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Github flags Proxy.sh for hosting "dangerous code"

As you know, we use Github to host our open source code for Safejumper (with TOR's obfsproxy and various other libraries) as well as a fork of ShadowVPN, a powerful encryption library aimed at Chinese users. Today, Github has flagged our account and rendered it unavailable to public because it claims we were publishing "dangerous code". We are truly saddenned to see a U.S. company like this...

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Safejumper build 81 out, added stability & bug report

We are extremely happy to announce that we just released the build 80  81 of Safejumper for desktop (Windows, Mac & Linux). It comes with even more stability and a new bug report feature to streamline our development process. We hope you will appreciate it. Update : We just released build 81 that comes with an important security patch.

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Possible downtime following the "OVH massacre"

We are going to move some of our properties outside the OVH environment, as well as take the opportunity to upgrade few things on our core services. We have made the necessary efforts to avoid a downtime, but there are still few factors beyond our reach. We will undertake our maintenance works throughout the end of this week and early next week. If you notice us down, please do not worry, the...

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We've been down for few hours, along with (the entire) OVH

We would like to apologise for the downtime we've experienced over the past several hours. It was the result of a systemic downtime at OVH, our upstream provider. Their entire network was down . We were caught by surprise because OVH has plenty of redundancies and our system makes use of all their locations. We will now make sure our redundancy is spread across various upstream providers,...

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