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To protect the privacy of the Proton community, we are removing our VPN servers physically located in India. This is in response to a new law in India that is going into effect in September 2022 that would require the data centers we work with to be
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We are happy to announce the addition of the Philippines, Vietnam, Cambodia, Egypt, and Nigeria to the Proton VPN network, with Georgia following in the coming weeks. This brings our coverage to 61 countries, making Proton VPN one of the largest VPN
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Proton VPN has a long history of developing new solutions to complex and difficult problems, including ways to defeat attempts to block VPNs and advertisers tracking users across the internet. As a company created by scientists who met at CERN, we ha
An illustration of upgrades to our apps for iOS and macOS
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Proton VPN was launched in 2017 in response to attempts by authoritarian regimes to block access to Proton Mail. Since then, Proton VPN has become one of the most important and widely used tools for defeating censorship and protecting freedom of spee
An illustration of new VPN servers in Cyprus.
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Cyprus was the most popular country in our most recent Proton VPN server poll, receiving more than 1,100 requests. At Proton VPN, we want to build a VPN network that serves the needs of our community, so we take these requests seriously.  We are hap
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Update April 2023: We’ve updated this article to introduce NetShield Privacy Panel. Today, we’re releasing an exciting new feature that makes it easier for Proton VPN users with a Proton VPN Plus, Proton Unlimited, or Visionary plan to keep your dev
Illustration of ProtonVPN Linux client
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July 2021: This article has been updated because the official Linux CLI tool is now a stable release. We now also offer an official Linux app with graphical user interface. Please see How to use Proton VPN on Linux for a full guide on using Proton VP
An illustration of eight new VPN servers in Chile.
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We’re expanding our network into South America! We also added servers in Colombia and Peru, in addition to these servers in Chile. With these three additions, Proton VPN now has servers in 54 countries around the globe. You can connect to these new s
An illustration of eight new VPN servers in Colombia.
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You can connect to our new servers in Colombia to browse the Internet with a Colombian IP address, access geo-blocked content, and protect your Internet traffic while you use public WiFi. These servers in Colombia are part of our drive to add more op
An illustration of eight new VPN servers in Peru.
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You can connect to our new servers in Peru to unblock content and protect your Internet traffic while you use public WiFi. The new servers in Peru, along with Colombia and Chile, mean that Proton VPN now has servers in 54 countries. You can now brows
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You deserve an Internet that protects your security, privacy, and freedom. To make sure Proton makes this a reality for everyone worldwide, we not only have to make our tools secure and trustworthy, but also easy to use and accessible.  We have focu