Now accepting altcoin crypto-currencies (Litecoin, Ethereum and more)

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

As long-term supportes of Bitcoin and crypto currencies in general, we are excited to introduce support for several altcoins as payment method.  Supported altcoins are  Litecoin, Ethereum, Dash, Dogecoin, Monero, Ripple and more. The new payment gateway also supports Bitcoin payments, therefore we are now supporting two different payment gateways for Bitcoin.  In order to pay with...

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Client app update: Android

Thursday, June 1, 2017

We are excited to start the roll-out process of our VPN client app which features a major re-design. The new design is focused on simplicity and ease of use through a modern interface, available in two themes (light and dark). It is going to be used on all our apps and the Android app is the first to receive the update.   These are the important changes:  - Complete graphical redesign -...

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IP X project launched

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

In modern browsers there are so many bundled technologies, that it makes it very hard to keep up with all the possible ways and attack vectors that may lead to sensitive information and identity leakage.  For this reason, it's a fact that IP info and leak detection sitea are the go-to tools for VPN users who want to make sure that everything is correctly configured in order to reduce the risk...

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iOS App Released

Thursday, December 22, 2016

We are excited to announce that we just released our first VPN client app for iOS devices. The app supports IPsec IKEv2 connection types with strong AES-GCM encryption cipher and SHA256 HMAC, PFS (Perfect Forward Secrecy), automatic update of locations list and auto-reconnection ("On Demand" as Apple calls it).  You can get the app from Apple Store  (or search for "vpn.ac" within Apple...

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Double-hop support

Monday, December 5, 2016

We are currently adding double-hop locations. The feature will be added in several locations, especially where there's a high need to connect overseas either for privacy or bandwidth needs. Along with an increased level of privacy, this feature could also improve connectivity speed as datacenter-to-datacenter connections are often faster than residential-to-datacenter connections (overseas)....

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Windows Client version 3.6 released

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

UPDATE (16/11/2016) we released version 3.7 which includes both OpenVPN (LibreSSL) and OpenVPN (OpenSSL). OpenSSL version is recommended if you face problems with speed over 70-80Mbps.  Our VPN client software for Windows has reached version 3.6 and it includes some innovative features along with common improvements and fixes.  Most important changes from the Change Log :  -...

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Support for IKEv2, SOCKS5 proxy and AES-GCM cipher

Sunday, October 9, 2016

Some exciting features and changes are just aroujnd the corner. 1. We are in the process of adding support for IPsec+IKEv2 which will replace IPsec+L2TP and will also be part of our upcoming iOS VPN client app. IKEv2 connections can be tested already in some locations. Please check the instructions .  2. We added support for SOCKS5 proxy connections in Netherlands and Canada. Setting it...

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Beta client for Android (v0.1.10)

Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Update: the beta version is no longer available as all the changes have been made in the latest stable app.  We are going to release a stable update to our VPN client for Android very soon.  Changes:  - Added support for 256-bit and 128-bit OpenVPN types alongside OpenVPN ECC as with the previous versions  - Added ports TCP-80 and UDP-53 with OpenVPN 128-bit for better...

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Change of servers in Asia and new servers addition

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Due to bad peering including a cut of direct peering between Softlayer and China Telecom and China Unicom, we are switching to different hosting partners, with better peering.  The VPN servers in the following locations will be changed today:   - Japan Tokyo, China Users Tokyo 2 - Singapore - Hong Kong 1 (VPN and SecureProxy) We are also expecting to add new server locations: South Korea...

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Beta software updates (Mac and Linux v3.2)

Sunday, March 27, 2016

We are pleased to announce two new beta versions for our Mac and Linux VPN client software. Both of them are very close to being released in stable versions.  Important change in both releases : we added the option to disable DNS assignment on-connect. This could solve some problems experienced earlier with the DNS on connect/disconnect. It is mandatory to use public DNS services and not...

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