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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Proxy.sh now supports Litecoin, Dogecoin & other cryptocurrencies

As a beloved customer, you know well that the respect of your privacy and the experimentation in anonymising solutions are the two true leitmotiv that makes us do what we do here at Proxy.sh. We love to bring to you new algorithms, new tips about security, new extras. With this said, it has been quite a while now that we haven't brought any improvement to our payment methods. It is,...

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Network leaks added to our Knowledgebase

We are happy to inform our beloved customers that we have completed the redaction of a new knowledgebase category: Network Leaks . This section aims at giving you as much information as possible about potential security issues that could affect your privacy when using a VPN. Indeed, connecting to a VPN network alone is not sufficient to protect you against all the privacy leaks that may...

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Android users, we have now released a new, more stable Safejumper

We are extremely happy to announce that we have now released an updated version of Safejumper for Android. You can download it from  https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.proxy.sh.safejumper  completely for free. Please note that you should remove the previous version of Safejumper if you have it installed, as it has been completely depreciated.  This new version of...

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Proxy.sh is proudly and transparently offering OpenVPN network with ECC & XOR

The entire Proxy.sh team is extremely happy to announce that we are now offering to all our customers unconditional access to our OpenVPN network supported by ECC encryption and XOR scrambling/obfuscating capacity. You can learn more how to connect to our ECC-powered OpenVPN network by following our knowledgebase instructions . This network will offer to you a higher level of encryption so...

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Paysafecard is now available again (indirectly)

We are happy to let you know that it is once again possible to pay us with Paysafecard. Indeed, we are supporting Paymentwall payment gateway and through this gateway you will find an option called "MINT" (e-pins). Well, you will be happy to know that you can buy MINT e-pins with your Paysafecard voucher. 1. Go to https://www.paymentwall.com/distribution. 2. Click yellow button "BUY ONLINE"....

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Proxy.sh improves its network alerts and overall transparency

We are extremely happy to announce that we have now fully connected our Network Alerts to our infrastructures’ backend, enabling us to keep you updated in real time of what is happening behind the scenes and why some of our VPN nodes are currently offline. Our infrastructures’ backend is constantly being updated by a horde of highly trained monkeys who are reviewing downtimes...

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Proxy.sh now supports SoftEther VPN across its entire network

The entire Proxy.sh team is extremely proud to announce that we are now supporting SoftEther VPN throughout our network. SoftEther is a solid open-source VPN bundle that integrates several protocols ranging from OpenVPN to SSTP. It has been developed at the University of Tsukuba in Japan. From this date, we are announcing that we are progressively depreciating PPTP which is completely...

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Network alerts, not updated = something wrong?

We have received much feedback from our beloved users regarding the fact that some nodes were going offline for a short or prolonged time and nothing either in the warrant canary, the transparency report and most specifically the network alerts was pointing out to the situation. Such feedback also pointed out that our network alerts have not been updated since December 2013. So, what happened?...

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Email templates have now been improved

Thanks to the feedback we received from our beloved users over past few weeks, we have just added some improvements to our email templates. Your VPN credentials are now contained in a paste.proxy.sh entry that expires after first view/after you have accessed it once. Our IPs and hosts are also contained in various paste.proxy.sh entries, listing both IPs and hostnames. Finally, we have removed...

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