Category: About proXPN

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General proXPN, B.V. (hereinafter called “XPN”) has expertise in the area of providing web site hosting and other Internet-related services under the name of proXPN and/or proXPN.com. Using our services, all clients, their customers, and users, will be offered the Read more…

Information That We Collect proXPN, B.V. only collects your sign-up information, email, and password. We do not keep logs of connection times, activity, or origin IPs. What we don’t collect cannot be requested. For Premium Account (paid) users, this also Read more…

Which is better IPsec, PPTP or OpenVPN? Presently proXPN support all three of the above protocols. you can in most cases either manually configure the connection to the respective protocol or use our native clients. NOTE: Apple has discontinued support Read more…

Our VPN service has locations worldwide and we’re adding more constantly. Please go to https://www.proxpn.com/updater/locations.html to get an up-to-date list of our server address. This list includes the supported protocols for each each locations and OpenVPN configuration files.

Sometimes new users aren’t sure what proXPN is for, or how they can use it.  This article will attempt to clear that up for those users. When you connect to proXPN, you create an encrypted tunnel through which all of Read more…

Our VPN does not monitor or log any kind of activity. We do not keep connection logs to ensure privacy and security.

Yes, you can use any torrent client with the proXPN app. You can also add the torrent app in the VPN guard so that proXPN will close it in case the connection drops.

We have an application for the following platforms: Windows Mac Linux  Android iOS Premium accounts can be used on multiple devices/computer. If you plan to use the same account with more than one device/computer simultaneously we recommend to use a Read more…

Our encryption varies depending on which protocol you select: PPTP uses MPPE-128 encryption. IPSec uses AES256 encryption. OpenVPN uses Blowfish CBC 512 bit encryption with 2048 bit encryption keys.