VyprVPN Service in China Restored After Latest Round of Blocking

The Chinese government began blocking VyprVPN connections via IP blocking, as well as targeting of iOS connections yesterday (October 4). As indicated by reports and commentary online, the latest round of censorship in the form of VPN blocking appears to be hitting many providers. We rolled out workarounds, and VyprVPN service is largely restored at this time.

This quick turnaround by our engineers is one of the many benefits of running our own servers and network, allowing us to restore service ahead of other blocked VPN providers. The connection activity chart below illustrates the impact of China’s latest attempts to block VyprVPN and our success in working around these efforts.

VyprVPN bypasses latest blocks in China.

Stay Updated

If you have any questions or residual issues accessing VyprVPN from China (or any other location), contact our customer support team. You can also view the following page for ongoing status updates on VyprVPN in China.

Press Inquiries: If you’re a reporter or news outlet seeking additional details about the situation in China and/or VyprVPN’s current status, please send an email to pr@goldenfrog.com.

Learn more about the situation in China by viewing our infographic: The Great Firewall Gets Stronger: China Ramps Up Internet Censorship in 2017

Philip Molter

Philip is Co-CTO of Golden Frog. Philip drives the technology development and decisions for our products and services. In short, he has over 20 years of experience working with Internet service companies and is responsible for making the tech behind our security and privacy ideas a reality.

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