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What is the encryption level of proxy.sh?

All our proxy servers are powered with state-of-the-art security and protocols configuration. Our encryption level is high and as follows:

- OpenVPN-TCP: For encryption the cipher in use is CBC mode of ARS with encryption strength of 256bit, hash algorithm is 512bit SHA (SHA512), and the control channel is same TLSv1/SSLv3 DHE-RSA-AES256-SHA, 4096 bit RSA. Our 4096 bit RSA key is changing every hour, preventing most advanced hackers and covert teams part of governmental agencies from breaking through.

- OpenVPN-UDP: Same encryption and security as OpenVPN-TCP, but working via UDP protocol. This allows better speeds and bypasses more restrictions.

- PPTP: For encryption PPTP uses MPPE 128bit cipher with compression and MS-CHAPv2 authentication.

- L2TP: L2TP is using IPSec for encryption with 256 bit key for encryption, 3DES/AES algorithm.

We are also running djb's curve25519 in internal testing and available for beta to customers with a custom solution (i.e. not a standard package). We are working hard on upgrading our network and our client as soon as possible to provide always higher and more diverse encryption levels.
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