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 (188.8.131.52) 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!
We are happy to announce that we have just released a new online tool: our "Get Started" wizard found at proxy.sh/start . This simple wizard will ask you five questions and will suggest you an option to get easily started with your operating system and the VPN country you wish to connect to. Do not hesitate to give it a try if you feel lost about how to use Proxy.sh ;-)Read more
We are happy to announce that we have now developed a special page where we welcome abuse notices from third party. Once a notice is received, we will publish it to our Transparency Report along with the intervention we have taken. This ensures that you are kept updated about what happens behind the scenes. Proxy.sh is the only VPN provider in the market to let you know about such things. We...Read more
We're happy to announce that we have just released the build 42 of Safejumper, our custom OpenVPN client. This update brings more stability, fixes some bugs for El Capitan and some Linux distros, ensures the kill switch works under all environment (including on Win 8.1 for odd reasons). The experience should overall be much more convenient now. We will focus next on implementing new features...Read more
We're happy to have updated Safejumper to build 38 for Windows & Mac and build 39 for Linux. These updates bring to Safejumper more stability and a special feature that will detect failures and help you go through various tweaks to finally connect. We're looking forward to hearing your feedback and we hope to provide you with another fresh update soon. Enjoy!
We are happy to announce that we have just updated Safejumper to build 37. This new build brings more stability with an option to handle errors and suggest simple solutions such as rebooting the system, re-installing Safejumper (to re-install TUN/TAP) or selecting another node/protocol pair. We hope these additions will further simplify the use of Safejumper. We are now focusing on resolving...Read more
We are happy to inform you that we have fixed several bugs associated with our new panel, especially one related to Bitcoin payments and another to anonymous tokens, all of this thanks to your awesome feedback. We are also excited to announce that a new version of Safejumper has been published with several fixes in stability. We are now working on implementing TOR's obfsproxy and OpenVPN's...Read more