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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.

Assistance and Access Bill 2018: Public comment begins on Australia’s law

The Australian government proposed new legislation that would allow authorities to undermine end-to-end encryption and grant them “alternative-collection powers.” On Monday, the (...)

17 August
How to beat the most common forms of Internet censorship

Censorship goes against two of the founding ideals of the Internet: freedom and openness. Yet closed regimes around the world, such as North Korea, China, and Saudi Arabia, (...)

16 August
We just reached an important milestone – with Finland, we now have VPN servers in 20 countries!

ProtonVPN continues to rapidly expand its server coverage worldwide, and today our map expands just a little bit more. We are happy to announce Finland, the land of the (...)

14 August
Welcome our new VPN servers in Austria – one more European country you chose

Just a week ago we introduced servers in Poland. Today we are ready to add another pin to the map to mark Austria as the 19th country to host our servers. Thanks to everyone (...)

7 August
Announcing the winners of the ProtonVPN server poll

Last month we asked where you wanted us to put our new VPN servers. Thousands of you responded and today we’re happy to announce the results! We want to thank everyone who (...)

3 August
Get a Polish IP address with our new Poland VPN servers!

Thanks to the support of our community, we’re rapidly expanding our countries list. With Poland servers now online, we are now proud to offer VPN servers in 18 countries. PL (...)

1 August
How to keep your IP address private and secure

Your IP address can be used to track your behavior, target you for attacks, and even find your physical location. For these reasons, many internet users choose to hide their (...)

27 July
Why use Tor over VPN

Tor is a powerful privacy tool, but you may not want to use Tor all by itself. Learn why you may want to connect to Tor over a VPN. When you connect to the Internet, (...)

25 July
Welcome our new VPN servers in Czech Republic!

Our new Czech Republic VPN servers will help you browse safely, access restricted content, and choose from even more secure and high-speed servers. With this latest addition, (...)

20 July
Where should ProtonVPN go next? Vote to choose our next server locations!

As the world’s largest user-supported VPN service, ProtonVPN has always been guided by our community’s input. Now we need your help to decide where our next VPN servers should (...)

18 July
Announcing the ProtonVPN Beta Program, available now to all users!

The ProtonVPN Beta Program gives you early access to new VPN features and updates that our team is working on. All users can enable the Beta Program for our Windows, macOS, or (...)

10 July
You asked us for Denmark VPN servers — they’re now available in ProtonVPN!

Over 1,300 of you participated in our Twitter poll asking where you wanted us to add new servers. We listened, and today we’re adding Denmark to our roster. With this latest (...)

5 July

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We reject Julian Assange and everything he stands for

It is with great concern that we find ourselves still associated in the eyes of the public with Julian Assange and what has become Wikiileaks. We do not support nor do we (...)

Barrett Brown's criticisms of Julian Assange are valid

Barrett Brown’s criticisms of Julian Assange are valid

A message from the Jeremy Hammond Defense Committee. Dear Courage Foundation: As an org that seeks to defend and protect whistleblowers and champion the rights of free (...)

Barrett Brown's statement about Julian Assange

Barrett Brown’s statement about Julian Assange

Regarding my banishment from the Courage Foundation at the behest of Julian Assange. This is the full statement I provided to The Daily Beast on the matter of the board of (...)

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Naomi Colvin: I have been obliged to resign from Courage

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