Proxy.sh launches Boost network to cope with VPN speed issues

Today, the entire Proxy.sh team is truly proud to announce the latest addition to its product line: the Boost network. It has been many months since we first talked about that option, and it is now an excitement to be able to roll it out to you. The Boost network is both a new VPN package and an add-on that can be mounted to existing VPN packages . It basically gives you access to an...

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Generate OpenVPN configurations with Obfsproxy in one click

We are happy to announce that we have just implemented a small addition to our OpenVPN Configuration Generator . If you click "Advanced", you will see "Obfsproxy" added as an option. If you click on it, the list of servers you can select to make up your configuraiton file will be auto-updated with the servers compatible with obfsproxy. The resulting configuration file will be one compatible...

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Proxy.sh now provides stealth mode for VPN with obfsproxy

Today the entire Proxy.sh team is extremely proud to announce that we have successfully deployed our much awaited “stealth mode” for OpenVPN. This mode will allow you to obfuscate the fact that you are using OpenVPN. In other words, you will make sure that network administrators remain unable to detect your usage of a VPN. The objective can be twofold: to add yet another layer of...

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Torrent leak test added to our security check

We are happy to announce that we just added a Torrent leak test to our security check. This script is based on IPmagnet, a torrent IP tracker script that allows to quickly double check the IP that is leaking through your Torrent client. Please take a look at proxy.sh/check and click on "Torrent Leak Test" button to run the test. Enjoy!

Very minor update to Terms of Service and Privacy Policy

We are happy to announce that we have just updated our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy, as a result of some feedback we've received from jhehe . The Terms of Service has seen the sentence " You consent to service of process in any legal proceeding" turned into "You consent to service of process in any legal proceeding that arises from an appropriate local or national court located in...

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Torrent Leak Test added to our Security Check

We are very happy to announce that we just added a Torrent Leak Test to our Security Check section . This test has been designed using the IPmagnet tool . We hope it will be proven as helpful to you in order to protecet your online privacy. Stay tuned for more.

Port forwarding indication added to Network Status

We would like to announce that we've just added a new column to our Network Status page, entitled 'PF'. This column refers to 'Port Forwarding' or the option to add some settings in the VPN node's NAT/firewall configuration in order to make sure some ports are opened and letting packets through. We've decided to add an indication as to whether port forwarding is enabled or disabled on a...

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New VPN nodes added in Germany and France

We are happy to announce that we just added new VPN nodes in Germany and France. We should continue growing our network in the coming weeks. Thanks for sticking with Proxy.sh, the only VPN provider that keeps you updated in real time about what happens behind the scenes.

New servers added in France, Germany, U.S. and United Kingdom

We are happy to announce that we just added some VPN nodes in France, Germany, United Kingdom and in few states across the United States such as Washington, Washington D.C. or yet again Utah. We will now focus on adding VPN nodes in Australia as well as eventually open a presence in Finland and Malta or Cyprus, two much demanded locations. Enjoy!

Proxy.sh joins "Reset the Net" campaign

Today we are proud to announce that we are taking part in the "Reset the Net" campaign.

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