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  1. Option to automatically enable ProtonVPN when connecting to Wi-Fi

    Option to automatically enable ProtonVPN when connecting to Wi-Fi or untrusted connection.

    Why isn't there an option to automatically enable ProtonVPN when connecting to Wi-Fi? I mean, it would be even better to have an option to esclude some of the saved Wi-Fi networks, and mark them as "trusted".

    But the simple use case that 90% of travellers use is to switch VPN on as soon as connecting to a public Wi-Fi. I don't need to waste my battery and Internet data when navigating in 5G with a VPN.

    Why can't I just automate that with one click in the…

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  2. Censorship resistance

    Mullvad VPN uses Wireguard obfuscation (UDP2TCP). IVPN on iOS uses V2RAY. Those protocols allows to reliably bypass censorship. Proton on the other hand only has Stealth, which is unreliable and often disconnects.

    Request : Add a censorship-resitant technology such as V2RAY or UPD-over-TCP.

    Sources:

    https://github.com/mullvad/udp-over-tcp
    https://github.com/v2fly/v2ray-core
    https://github.com/ivpn/ios-app/tree/main/IVPNClient/Models/V2Ray

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  3. VPN on/off widget for iOS 17

    It would be great if we could have a regular widget with on/off and pause option. It would be very practical compared to having to open the app every time you want to perform any of those actions.

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  4. Earn money when you refer your friends

    I want to be able to earn bouns when i refer family and friends to the app.

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  5. Eigener VPN-Server

    Möglichkeit einen eigenen VPN-Server zu hinterlegen, auf den verbunden werden kann. Beispielsweise mittels Wireguard auf den Firmenrouter zu verbinden, um auf das Firmennetzwerk zuzugreifen.

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  6. Access Proton Mail via Proton VPN website

    When logged into the Proton VPN website, it'd be nice if there was an option to access or go to that account's Proton Mail website. They share the same email address and are under the same account, but why can't I go to Proton Mail from Proton VPN? It kinda seems like a no-brainer to me.

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  7. Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) implementation

    Perhaps implementing Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) across the Proton VPN network is a good move and worth considering

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  8. Site to Site IKEv2/IPSEC support

    The Proton infrastructure should make available Site to Site IKEv2/IPSEC VPN tunnels so that users with enterprise grade firewalls can establish site to site VPNs with Proton.

    This should be done with multiple peers, paths and support Dead Peer Detection and Tunnel monitoring.

    This would allow users to set up multi-VPN gateways with high resilience so that all traffic from a site is securely encrypted to Proton.

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  9. Wireguard pre-shared key

    Please add support for pre-shared key with Wireguard VPN connections. This is to prevent possible quantum computer related attacks, and it should be a low-hanging fruit for both implementation and performance.

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  10. DNS service, like NextDNS

    Proton VPN with NetShield is sometimes to strict and I would like to have the option to set the filters/blocklist myself like with NextDNS.

    I also got the impression Proton VPN uses a lot more battery on my iPhone than NextDNS does. So when I am not on a public WiFi I prefer NextDNS, even when it is less secure. It would be great if Proton would also offer just a DNS service (like NextDNS) and then for extra security the VPN service when on public WiFi.

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  11. Feature to manage connected vpn clients

    Having a Web based connection/client management page would help monitor, authorise, link/unlink vpn clients.

    Details:

    Since my plan supports multiple connections, I use it across multiple devices of mine and that includes my wife's iPad. What I find uncomfortable currently is that there's no way to manage the different connected clients from say, a Web portal.

    So in this particular instance, I need to install proton vpn on my wife's iPad using my proton master password. That's uncomfortable and feels potentially unsecure.

    In another use case, being able to remotely unlink a legacy device (for example an old iPad or…

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  12. CMD W on Mac

    This is not so much something that went wrong but a way to make the App work a little better on Mac. For Proton VPN when you hit CMD W, or click the red circle, it removes the icon from the Dock but it is still working in the background.
    For most Mac Apps, including Proton Mail, hitting CMD W, or clicking the red circle, closes the visible App but leaves the icon in the dock. This lets you quickly open the App again.

    It would be nice if Proton VPN acted the same way.

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  13. Automatic Profile Switching

    I would like to have an option for Proton VPN to detect that I launch a game and thus automatically switch my VPN profile to "Gaming" (just an example name). And once I finish gaming, it should switch back to 'Default' profile.

    Is it even possible to tie 'NAT' and 'Port Forwarding' options to a Profile?

    This would be helpful so that I do not forget about the switching. I play online games and I would need a profile that has Moderate NAT enabled and perhaps Port Forwarding. Outside of gaming, I do not need those.

    This 'context detection' should…

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  14. Improving keyboard control of the Windows desktop version

    While I am very happy with all the features the ProtonVPN Windows desktop version offers, one major drawback for me is that I cannot use it without a mouse.

    Quickly cycling through all the buttons using the tab key does not work, or at least not in an intuitive/convenient way. Getting this to work reliably would be very useful for keyboard-oriented users. Keyboard shortcuts within the app would be extremely helpful (maybe even configurable shortcuts, like F1...F12, for directly connecting to the custom profiles).

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  15. Can you see about providing a password manager?

    Would be nice to create and include a password manager since you're all about security! :)

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  16. Display server load

    VPN icon onMac menu bar add server load for current server; the extended menu/settings shows the load in the list of servers, i suggest the load of the server in use be display when the icon on the top menu bar (mac) is dropped down - i have frequent bandwidth/speed problems and one of my checks is protonvpn server load

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  17. block Line ads ip

    Recently, in Taiwan, using the iPhone app "Line", their advertisement includes daily conversation. Their ugly truth is that "Fruit ID" in iPhone listening everything 24 hrs, recognizes keywords, gives them to Line (also other businesses like yt), then matches them, and sends the advertisement to the Line user (link with the same "Fruit ID"). Many daily work groups use the "Line app" in real life, so I using it.

    I tried the "Letmebe app." The function includes blocking the "Line app" or adding IP. I want to block only advertisement IPs. I guess a VPN can design this function. Here…

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  18. Submit Linux package updates in official distro repos

    Proton VPN is open source and uses well-known and established components of the NetworkManager stack. Due to these two things, there is virtually nothing standing in the way of the Proton VPN team from building and submitting packages officially to Linux distributions like Fedora, Debian, Ubuntu, EPEL, etc. Proton VPN is further enhanced by packaging upstream by increasing the availability of Proton VPN software packages in the global software package mirroring network (deterring censorship) and benefiting from improved transparency and openness by building packages through distribution-supported build systems, which are often reproducible.

    The policies of most distros are friendly to…

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  19. USA only VPN

    I would gladly pay for a USA only VPN especially if you could actually see which state you were connecting to.

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  20. Show city in UI (top right)

    I've noticed (top right of UI) that ProtonVPN displays location-based information i.e. the country, server, and IP address only, it currently does not include the current city. Adding this piece of information could significantly improve the functionality.

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