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  1. Apple TV app

    Buried in Apple's tvOS 17 announcement is support for 3rd party VPN apps on tvOS. It would be amazing if Proton VPN had a tvOS app.

    https://www.apple.com/au/newsroom/2023/06/tvos-17-brings-facetime-and-video-conferencing-to-apple-tv-4k/

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  2. Bypassing VPN Blockers Option

    Some websites, streaming or others have very aggressive VPN blocking methods. "" https://denpasoft.com/checkout/ "" is one of them. I have tried all available protocols and methods to bypass their detection but nothing worked out. Kindly provide features in your service to bypass their VPN detection.

    102 votes
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  3. Use Quantum-Resistant Cryptogtaphic Algorithm

    OpenVPN uses TLS for encryption, Quantum Proof Algorithms including the four selected by NIST are provided by liboqs. The library is already present in repositories of many Linux Distros. liboqs is integrated in TLS, means no additional work is required for the client side. This would be very easy to implement in The VPN.

    Much better alternative would be that Proton makes it's own Algorithm. It would be a good way to add it as an optional feature in the initial stages for testing.

    33 votes
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  4. Battery optimisation

    To optimise battery performance on mobile devices. I often need to switch off proton VPN to reserve battery life

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  5. Game Server Proximity Connection

    This feature could enhance the gaming experience for VPN users. Upon initiating a gaming session, the VPN would identify the location of the game server to which the user is connected. The VPN would then select and connect to its own server that is geographically closest, or lowest ping to the game server. This process ensures optimal latency and performance by minimizing the distance data has to travel between the VPN server and the game server, potentially providing a better gaming experience.

    Functionality:

    1.  Initial Connection: When a user starts a game, the VPN detects the connection to the game
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  6. Snooze function

    Some websites block the usage of VPNs it would be great if we could snooze the VPN for a few minutes without having to disconnect and then reconnect manually.
    Would be extra good if it could be done with a right click on the taskbar or system tray icon.

    47 votes
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  7. Support stealth protocol on Windows

    Dear Proton team,

    I recently bought Proton VPN pro and it is working fantastic on my phone. As an Iranian user of Proton VPN I have trouble connecting on Windows. I have to try for ages to connect to a server.
    It works great on my phone using stealth protocol.

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  8. Sort by Server Load

    It would be great if you could select a country in the Proton VPN app and then sort by server load. That would save having to scroll through a huge list to find the servers with the lowest current load.

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  9. Add Stealth to Router Downloads

    Please add the stealth protocol to router download options. Currently you support standard and secure core features only on UDP/TCP. Adding Stealth mode as a configuration download option would allow me to better secure all of my network.

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  10. Tailscale exit nodes

    I would love to be able to use Proton VPN as exit nodes on Tailscale.

    They recently announced support for Mullvad exit nodes, and I'm sure they would be interested in adding more options:
    https://tailscale.com/blog/mullvad-integration

    6 votes
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  11. Https Proxy Feature (without the browser extensions)

    I want to connect to a proxy with web browser's default proxy settings or FoxyProxy.

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  12. Sync configurations between different devices

    Sync configurations like profiles etc. between the different devices.

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  13. Needed features for IRAN

    Hi from Iran
    As an Iranian, I can confirm Stealth protocol is one of the rare protocols that is still working, many Iranians are willing to pay for the premium and Gift the premium version to the ones who can't afford it so that these features will be helpful:

    1)Crypto payment (it's critical!)
    2)Promo codes especially for people in Iran
    3)Add an option to buy the premium subscription and send it to another account as an gift

    Thank you for standing with us ;)

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  14. Please Support Split Tunneling on Linux

    Split Tunneling is not currently officially supported for Linux. This feature is a must for me. The ProtonVPN tooling (both cli and gui) is not up to par with the MacOS and Windows counterparts. Please show us that you care about the Linux community.

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  15. Automatically enable vpn on public or compromised Wifi's

    Offer a switch to make Proton VPN automatically connect to its services when it detects that you are connected to a Public or Compromised Wifi.

    This can be useful if you don't want the VPN to turn on in your home wifi, but you still want to turn it on when connected to a public wifi.

    305 votes
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  16. VLAN for own devices and remote devices like Meshnet from NordVPN

    Ability to, access remote devices worldwide, similar to a secure Local Area Network (LAN), connecting devices directly to each other and suitable for fast, low-latency, and secure activities such as file sharing, teamwork, livestreaming, multiplayer gaming, and so on ...

    Based on: https://nordvpn.com/de/meshnet/

    11 votes
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  17. vpn accelerator and vpn stealth on GNU / Linux

    Develop these applications for the desktop on Linux.
    It's not normal that these applications are not available on Linux for a paid client.
    GNU / Linux is globally open-source, free and fight for the privacy and freedom in the digital world.

    Best regards

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  18. Split tunneling for macOS

    For Mac, split tunnelling is available from the browser's plugins. We should be able to do the same from proton VPN app itself. The best if this can be configured as a template so you can link it to any existing connection or profile

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  19. Add Sub-Region Options for Profiles

    "Fastest" keeps giving me servers that are thousands of kilometres away and definitely not the fastest.

    You already have sub-regions in the server names; I should be able to pick them for profiles.

    (It would be nice to have them on the map, too, like NordVPN does, but that's not critical. It'd probably be nice for your marketing pictures too, as you'd have more triangles for people to see.)

    5 votes
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  20. Block Malware by maintained database (not just dns)

    To my understanding you now only block malware based on dns. I would think it would be very nice if also ip addresses of bad actors would get blocked by using realtime databases of such attackers.

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