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Unlike other VPN services, ProtonVPN is designed with security as the main focus, drawing upon the lessons we have learned from working with journalists and activists in the field. Regular VPN services can be compromised if their servers are under surveillance. ProtonVPN prevents this by first passing user traffic through our Secure Core network in privacy friendly countries like Switzerland and Iceland. Thus, even a compromised VPN endpoint server will not reveal your true IP address.

ProtonVPN exclusively uses ciphers with Perfect Forward Secrecy, meaning that your encrypted traffic cannot be captured and decrypted later, even if an encryption key gets compromised in the future.

Are free VPNs safe to use?

When it comes to protecting your privacy, free services have a poor track record, as most are subsidized by selling your data. Here’s why ProtonVPN’s free VPN service is (...)

17 December
Privacy and the Internet — a reading list

The challenge of achieving a free and private Internet is not merely a question of infrastructure and tools, but of public attitude. That is why educating more people about (...)

7 December
Portugal is the 30th country to join the ProtonVPN network!

To keep up with the number of new users we had to double the size of our network over the past five months. In that time we have added over 80 new servers in 15 new countries. (...)

29 November
2018 Black Friday/Cyber Monday Sale: Get up to 50% off with two-year plans!

Starting today, you can get two years of ProtonVPN protection for the price of one. Black Friday and Cyber Monday are the only times that ProtonVPN goes on sale. This (...)

23 November
Announcing ProtonVPN for iOS – Free and unlimited VPN for iOS

Today is an exciting day for us and our entire community as we’re launching our iOS VPN app. Now all iPhone and iPad users can get ProtonVPN for free and protect their Internet (...)

13 November
Black Friday scams

As holiday shopping takes off, hackers cash in with Black Friday scams. Nothing ruins holiday cheer like being phished, clicking on a malicious link, or entering your credit (...)

8 November
How to keep your data secure on vacation

You may be going on vacation to get away from it all – but cybercriminals never rest. Learn what steps you can take to secure your device and your data while on the road. While (...)

5 November
Data dilemmas — the results and our advice

We wanted to learn more about our users’ privacy concerns, so we posed a series of questions that asked which types of personal data you felt were most sensitive and over 2,000 (...)

2 November
Our newest VPN servers are coming to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg!

Luxembourg is the 29th country to join the ProtonVPN network. Despite being one of the smallest and least populous countries in Europe, it still placed 13th in our community (...)

31 October
Belgium is famous for chocolate, beer, diamonds — and now VPN servers!

ProtonVPN is installing its newest VPN servers in Belgium, which was number 12 in our community poll. We certainly have covered some ground since we held that poll! Including (...)

26 October
We’re partnering with Mozilla to bring online privacy to more people

Our core mission is protecting privacy and security online. Mozilla, the creator of Firefox, strongly aligns with this mission and we’re proud to partner with them to help more (...)

22 October
Here are all the countries where the government is trying to ban VPNs

VPNs keep your online activity private and unrestricted. Some countries with repressive governments have outlawed VPNs in an attempt to maintain control. VPNs are powerful (...)

19 October

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