VPN powered by TOR's obfuscation

Proxy.sh implements TOR's obfsproxy directly within OpenVPN.

Proxy.sh is proud to be the first VPN provider to offer a direct integration of TOR's obfsproxy within its OpenVPN network and its VPN client configuration.

Obfsproxy is an obfuscation program that will scramble, or if you prefer, disguise your traffic to make it undetectable to firewalls and governmental monitors. It is what makes TOR users undetectable unless you monitor the exit nodes.

Connecting to our VPN network with obfsproxy enabled is made simple with Safejumper, our custom OpenVPN client. We also provide you with instructions to do it yourself. Using TOR's obfsproxy is the best card you can play to defeat the restrictions that affect your network.

Ready to switch to the real VPN experience?

A strongly-encrypted network, coupled with real anonymity.

Anonymous Tokens

  • You can purchase anonymous tokens with no string attached to log into our network.
  • You can convert your VPN membership to an anonymous token whenever you want.
  • An anonymous token is a simple 128-bit hash that you can use as both username and password to log into our VPN network. It is not linked to any panel account. Hence, we do not provide extra configs or customer support for them.
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Frequently Asked Questions

If ever you still have some doubts about our encryption standards.

Q. What is the full list of protocols & encryption methods provided?

We provide OpenVPN with 256-bit AES/CBC, SHA-512 and 4096-bit RSA as cipher/hash/control. We also offer SoftEther, TOR, obfsproxy, ECC and XOR.

Q. Do you plan to implement more protocols and/or encryption standards?

We offer Serpent as limited beta and we plan to implement another encryption standard soon. We do not wish yet to reveal its name or details about it.