Unprotected Your IP: 54.166.245.10 - United States
Frequently Asked Questions

Are you logging sensitive information?

We do not log your IP, the source or destination of your traffic, session timestamps or any other individually identifying information. Since we do not log anything, we have no information to share with any authority.

For the technical people among you, we created a screenshot of our logging settings: Absolutely no logs

Is there a bandwidth or connection limit?

We do not limit the connection speed and you are allowed to connect from all of your devices to all of our servers.
Please try to avoid excessive bandwidth usage (> 1 TB per month). Our price calculation is based on fair usage.
Keep in mind that you are not the only one using our service.

How to get your service working?

Tutorials about how to get our service working can be found at the bottom of this page.
They are available for Windows, Linux, Mac OS, Android and iOS.

Is account sharing allowed?

You are not allowed to share your login details.
We are only able to offer our service for such a decent price, if everybody using it is also paying for it.

What kind of encryption are you using?

We are using AES-256 for traffic encryption, 4096 bit RSA keys for the key exchange and SHA-512 as HMAC.
These settings offer you the highest grade of security available.

Which protocols are you offering?

VPN: OpenVPN

OpenVPN allows UDP and TCP connections which both offer excellent security. The best advice is to use the faster UDP protocol unless you experience connection problems or want to bypass firewalled networks.

Proxy: SOCKS5, HTTP

Our proxies run in elite proxy mode, making it impossible to analyze if you are using a proxy.

SSL Tunnel: Stunnel

Stunnel can be used to provide secure encrypted connections for protocols that do not speak TLS or SSL natively.

Which payment methods are you offering?

We are offering a wide range of anonymous payment methods:

Automated: Bitcoin, Dash, Ethereum, Perfect Money
Manual (may take up to 7 days): Paysafecard
Tutorials

SecureVPN Client (Recommended)

Step 1:

Download and install the official "SecureVPN Client".

Step 2:

Start the "SecureVPN Client".

Step 3:

Enter your "Login Token" and connect to a server.

OpenVPN

Step 1:

Download and install the official "OpenVPN" client.

Step 2:

Unpack and copy the "OpenVPN Configs" to the configuration folder:
C:\Program Files (x86)\OpenVPN\config

Step 3:

Start "OpenVPN GUI" as administrator.

Step 4:

Right-click on the "OpenVPN GUI" icon in the taskbar and select a server you would like to connect to.

Step 5:

Enter your "Login Token" and connect to the server.

SOCKS5 Proxy

Step 1:

Download and install your favourite "Proxifier".

Step 2:

Get the IP and Port of the server you would like to connect to from the "Server List".

Step 3:

Enter your "Login Token" and connect to the server.

HTTP Proxy

Step 1:

Go to the proxy settings of your webbrowser and activate the "HTTP Proxy" label.

Step 2:

Get the IP and Port of the server you would like to connect to from the "Server List".

Step 3:

Enter your "Login Token" and connect to the server.

Stunnel

Step 1:

Download and install the official "Stunnel" client.

Step 2:

Unpack and copy the "Stunnel Config" to the configuration folder:
C:\Program Files (x86)\stunnel\config

Step 3:

Open "stunnel.conf" and replace "SERVERIP" with the IP of the server you would like to use for tunneling.

Step 4:

Start "Stunnel".

Step 5:

The Proxy ports stay the same but the remote IP has to be replaced with "127.0.0.1".

OpenVPN

Step 1:

Download and install the official "OpenVPN" client:
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install openvpn

Step 2:

Unpack and copy the "OpenVPN Configs" to the configuration folder:
/etc/openvpn

Step 3:

Start "OpenVPN" with the configuration file of the server you would like to connect to:
sudo openvpn --config "/etc/openvpn/SERVERNAME.ovpn"

Step 4:

Enter your "Login Token" and connect to the server.

SOCKS5 Proxy

Step 1:

Download and install your favourite "Proxifier".

Step 2:

Get the IP and Port of the server you would like to connect to from the "Server List".

Step 3:

Enter your "Login Token" and connect to the server.

HTTP Proxy

Step 1:

Go to the proxy settings of your webbrowser and activate the "HTTP Proxy" label.

Step 2:

Get the IP and Port of the server you would like to connect to from the "Server List".

Step 3:

Enter your "Login Token" and connect to the server.

Stunnel

Step 1:

Download and install the official "Stunnel" client:
apt-get update && apt-get install stunnel4

Step 2:

Unpack and copy the "Stunnel Config" to the configuration folder:
/etc/stunnel

Step 3:

Open "stunnel.conf" and replace "SERVERIP" with the IP of the server you would like to use for tunneling.

Step 4:

Start "Stunnel":
/etc/init.d/stunnel4 start

Step 5:

The Proxy ports stay the same but the remote IP has to be replaced with "127.0.0.1".

OpenVPN

Step 1:

Download and install the official "Tunnelblick" client.

Step 2:

Unpack and copy the "OpenVPN Configs" to the configuration folder:
~/Library/Application Support/Tunnelblick/Configurations

Step 3:

Start "Tunnelblick" and import the configuration files.

Step 4:

Click on the "Tunnelblick" icon in the taskbar and select a server you would like to connect to.

Step 5:

Enter your "Login Token" and connect to the server.

SOCKS5 Proxy

Step 1:

Download and install your favourite "Proxifier".

Step 2:

Get the IP and Port of the server you would like to connect to from the "Server List".

Step 3:

Enter your "Login Token" and connect to the server.

HTTP Proxy

Step 1:

Go to the proxy settings of your webbrowser and activate the "HTTP Proxy" label.

Step 2:

Get the IP and Port of the server you would like to connect to from the "Server List".

Step 3:

Enter your "Login Token" and connect to the server.

OpenVPN

Step 1:

Download and install the official "OpenVPN for Android" app.

Step 2:

Unpack and copy the mobile "OpenVPN Configs" to your mobile device.

Step 3:

Start "OpenVPN for Android" and import the configuration file of the server you would like to connect to.

Step 4:

Enter your "Login Token" and connect to the server.

SOCKS5 Proxy

Step 1:

Download and install your favourite "Proxifier".

Step 2:

Get the IP and Port of the server you would like to connect to from the "Server List".

Step 3:

Enter your "Login Token" and connect to the server.

HTTP Proxy

Step 1:

Go to the proxy settings of your webbrowser and activate the "HTTP Proxy" label.

Step 2:

Get the IP and Port of the server you would like to connect to from the "Server List".

Step 3:

Enter your "Login Token" and connect to the server.

OpenVPN

Step 1:

Download and install the official "OpenVPN Connect" app.

Step 2:

Unpack and copy the mobile "OpenVPN Configs" to your mobile device.

Step 3:

Start "OpenVPN Connect" and import the configuration file of the server you would like to connect to.

Step 4:

Enter your "Login Token" and connect to the server.

SOCKS5 Proxy

Step 1:

Download and install your favourite "Proxifier".

Step 2:

Get the IP and Port of the server you would like to connect to from the "Server List".

Step 3:

Enter your "Login Token" and connect to the server.

HTTP Proxy

Step 1:

Go to the proxy settings of your webbrowser and activate the "HTTP Proxy" label.

Step 2:

Get the IP and Port of the server you would like to connect to from the "Server List".

Step 3:

Enter your "Login Token" and connect to the server.