Safejumper's build 29 now out

We are happy to announce that the build 29 of Safejumper is now out on Windows and Mac. This build includes all the advanced options we used to have, such as the kill switch option. We now need few more days to complete the development of the Linux version. Stay tuned!

Introducing the “new” Proxy.sh

Over the past several months, we have invested tremendous efforts to build several important improvements to our services and products line. We are now happy to finally summarise what has been achieved or released recently.   I) A refreshing website   We have launched a new website at https://proxy.sh/ with an improved user interface and experience. The website boasts latest...

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Introducing a new website and panel

We are extremely proud to announce that we have deployed a new website layout and a new template for our panel. These are the conclusions of many weeks of hard work, and we hope it will provide you with a better user experience. We have also introduced some new features, and the site is covering some new aspects that we have yet to release. In the next couple of days, we will write another blog...

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Proxy.sh now serving VPN in South Korea and preparing surprises

We are happy to announce that we are now serving VPN in South Korea. We are also extremely excited to let you know that in the coming weeks, we will update our website, our panel and our VPN client. This is going to be a massive update. Stay tuned.

New servers in multiple countries

We are happy to announce that we have collected sufficient profits over past months to being able to invest in new servers across several countries such as the United States, Netherlands, United Kingdom, France or Germany. You should now see several added nodes for each of these locations. We are also working hard on a new website, a new VPN client and some new features. Stay tuned, as always.

Proxy.sh extends its VPN network to Costa Rica & Kyrgyzstan

We are extremely happy to announce that we have now added Costa Rica & Kyrgyzstan as available end-points to our VPN network. Costa Rica is a growing offshore centre while Kyrgyzstan is part of another geopolitical block. We believe the presence of such variety of locations in our VPN network makes the experience at Proxy.sh quite unique. Please stay tuned for more exciting news this month.

Our ethical policy has been rewritten, clarified & improved

We are happy to announce that we have just updated our Ethical Policy with a revisited text. In fine, this new Ethical Policy essentially remains the same. It explains we will actively alert legitimate authorities when a truly noxious abuse occurs across our network whereas we will at the same time transparently inform our users about both the abuse and our attitude towards it. We believe...

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Proxy.sh now serving VPN tunnels in Slovakia, Norway, Pakistan & Serbia

We are extremely happy to announce that we have extended our VPN presence in Slovakia, Norway, Pakistan & Serbia. We will soon open a VPN node in Denmark as well. If you have any suggestion, please do not hesitate to get in touch. Proxy.sh strives to constantly evolve and improve itself.

Safejumper for Android yet again updated

We are happy to announce that Safejumper for Android has been yet again updated. It now works in pair with OpenVPN's ICS project so as to make sure to always use the latest OpenVPN library available. You can try it out @  https://proxy.sh/safejumper_latest.apk and let us know what you think about this new built. We will certainly update it to the Google Store later this week. We're also...

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Information about leaks and encryption weaknesses now highlighted

We are happy to announce that we have now highlighted all our documentation and information about potential leaks and encryption weaknesses associated with the use of a VPN solution. Such a notice is added to all our Welcome Emails that are delivered once you order a new set of VPN credentials. It basically points out to https://proxy.sh/leaks as well as remind that PPTP, L2TP and CGIProxy...

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