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Always stay secure with the Permanent Kill Switch beta for Windows

March 31st, 2021 in Service Updates

ProtonVPN is pleased to introduce a new feature in beta for our Windows app: a Permanent Kill Switch that protects your device at all times, preventing you from accidentally connecting to the internet without the privacy and security of a ProtonVPN connection.  In this article, we discuss what Permanent Kill Switch does, how to enable […]

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The ProtonVPN Linux client version 2.0 has a Kill Switch feature.

Release notes for Linux client version 2.0

November 20th, 2019 in Releases

We’re proud to release version 2.0 of the ProtonVPN Linux client. Entirely rewritten in Python, the new version of the client is lighter, faster, and more stable. Version 2.0 also includes the Kill Switch feature, which keeps your data private, even if your VPN connection is interrupted.   Kill Switch The Kill Switch prevents your IP […]

ProtonVPN has eight new servers in Lithuania.

Lithuania joins the ProtonVPN network with eight new servers

November 12th, 2019 in Service Updates

Lithuania is the 42nd country, and the last member of the Baltic states, to have its own ProtonVPN servers. No matter where you are in Baltic region, you can securely and privately browse the Internet with a local IP address.  We installed eight new VPN servers in a data center in Siauliai. They are available […]

Fitness and health apps collect sensitve data that they often expose or share with third parties.

Fitness apps are good for your health, but often bad for your privacy

October 31st, 2019 in Privacy & Security

This post was updated on November 1, 2019. Fitness and health apps are designed to help you record and quantify how much you exercise, what prescription drugs you take, even what birth control methods you use. While these apps can help improve your health, they can also put your privacy at risk. In the worst […]

ProtonVPN has eight servers in Greece.

We just activated eight new servers in Greece

October 22nd, 2019 in Service Updates

You can now securely browse the Internet using a Greek IP address, no matter where you are in the world. Greece is the 41st country to join the ProtonVPN network. These servers increase service and address latency for our users in Southern Europe. We installed eight new VPN servers in a data center in Athens. […]

ProtonVPN has eight servers in Serbia.

Serbia is the 40th country to join the ProtonVPN network

October 11th, 2019 in Service Updates

We installed new servers in Serbia. You can now browse the Internet with a Serbian IP address, and users in the Balkans have another option to keep their online activity private and secure.   We installed eight new VPN servers in data centers in Belgrade. They are available to users on one of our paid plans. […]

ProtonVPN has eight VPN servers in Latvia and eight VPN servers in Slovakia.

We added eight servers in Latvia and Slovakia – our expansion is accelerating!

October 8th, 2019 in Service Updates

Over the past two months we have expanded rapidly, adding 33 new servers and four new countries to our network. And that doesn’t include the servers we are testing in Taiwan or the ones we have replaced or upgraded. Today, we increase the pace again, installing 16 new servers: eight in Latvia and eight in […]

ProtonVPN has four VPN servers in Costa Rica.

With four servers in Costa Rica, ProtonVPN reaches users in Central America

September 24th, 2019 in Service Updates

ProtonVPN is expanding its options in the Americas. The four new servers in San José will reduce latency and improve service for users in Central America and the Caribbean. Costa Rica is the 37th country we have installed servers in. No matter where you live, ProtonVPN has a server nearby to provide you with online […]

Individuals can download their favorite movies and music in Switzerland.

With P2P law, Switzerland reaffirms its commitment to privacy

September 23rd, 2019 in Articles & News

Switzerland has taken a liberal approach to copyright law, allowing citizens to use copyrighted material for personal use. This has made peer-to-peer (P2P) file-sharing sites popular in Switzerland. It has also attracted intense opposition from the film and music industries, as well as the US trade representative to Switzerland. They have encouraged Swiss authorities to […]

Learn how to identify and how to delete fake apps.

Beware of fake apps pretending to be ProtonVPN

September 19th, 2019 in Security

Recently, we have noticed an uptick in the number of fake ProtonVPN apps. Hackers create fake versions of popular applications, like Evernote, Signal, and ProtonVPN, to smuggle malware onto unsuspecting users’ devices. Once they are downloaded, the malware contained in these fake apps can unleash ads all over your device, take control of your device’s […]

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