|Type||Virtual private network|
Proton VPN is a VPN service operated by the Swiss company Proton AG, the company behind the email service Proton Mail. According to its official website, Proton VPN and Proton Mail share the same management team, offices, and technical resources, and are operated from Proton's headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland.
All servers are owned and operated by Proton VPN through the company's network. Its service is available for Windows, MacOS, Linux, Android, and iOS, and also has a command-line tool for Linux and can be implemented using the IPSEC protocol. Proton VPN can also be installed on a Wireless Router.
In January 2020, Proton VPN released its source code on all platforms and had SEC Consult conduct an independent security audit. In July 2021, Proton VPN added WireGuard protocol as beta version.
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