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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.

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
Secure Core’s coverage is growing!

Online security and privacy should be available to everyone, no matter where you live. To help make that a reality, we are adding Secure Core exit servers to an additional 12 (...)

15 October
Data Dilemmas: Which personal data are the most sensitive?

October is National Cyber Security Awareness month. This year, join us in our new campaign to identify which data we hold most dear, all in the name of spreading privacy. (...)

12 October
The ProtonVPN iOS Beta is here! Join the Beta program and be the first to try our iOS VPN app

After a long wait — and lots of interest from our users — we are happy to announce that our iOS Beta app is ready. Find out how you can test our iOS app before it is released to (...)

10 October
Is public WiFi safe to use?

Airports, cafes, hotels – we are surrounded by free hotspots. While they are convenient, if you are not careful, public WiFi connections can put your device and personal data (...)

4 October
It was a long trip, but it was worth it – we just installed VPN servers in New Zealand!

The newest country to join the ProtonVPN network is New Zealand. Although it is home to less than 5 million people, New Zealand still placed ninth in our community poll, so (...)

3 October
What to do if you are the victim of a data breach

In the past five years, data breaches have led to nearly 4.5 billion accounts being compromised. Here is what you should do when you are involved in a data breach. The latest (...)

28 September
With new servers in Brazil, ProtonVPN now offers IP addresses on six continents!

Ever since our co-founder, Dr. Andy Yen, gave his talk on encryption at TEDGlobal 2014 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil has been an important market for us and a priority for (...)

25 September
We’re growing!

To handle the sky-rocketing demand, we have added 24 new servers across the globe! As more and more people have begun protecting their online privacy, we have had to add 24 (...)

21 September
With Ireland VPN servers, ProtonVPN now offers 25 countries

The Irish diaspora is everywhere. With these four new ProtonVPN servers, they will have an easier time than ever keeping up with news from the Emerald Isle. The ProtonVPN map (...)

19 September
State censorship is on the rise. Here are six countries where online freedom is under siege

Repressive governments are increasingly silencing critical voices on the Internet. Here’s a closer look at how various regimes use online censorship to chill freedom of (...)

18 September
How to block online trackers

Unbeknownst to you, thousands of organizations are trying to observe your browsing history as you read your favorite website. See the tricks they use to track your activity (...)

17 September

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