Swiss VPN Account – Your Anonymity is Guaranteed

Here is a list of some of the features available to all our VPN users. We focus on providing our clients with a more personal experience. We have customized our VPN servers in a such a way as to allow our customers to connect from client-less computers, or using a variety of VPN clients, while keeping their internet activity private and secure.

General Features

  • Swiss Geo-Located IP
  • Robust Infrastructure
  • We do not oversell
  • 2Gb/s Connectivity
  • Deployed instantly.
  • Multi-tennant
  • Cross-Platform
  • Multi-protocol
  • Nat Traversal
  • IPv6

Flexibility

  • OpenVPN Compatible
  • L2TP over IPsec
  • L2TPv3 Over IPsec
  • MS-SSTP
  • VPN Over HTTPS
  • Windows Native Client
  • Windows Native Client
  • iOS Native Client
  • Android Devices
  • VPN via HTTP Proxy
  • C++ based Client

Security

  • SSL
  • All traffic is encrypted
  • No Traffic Logging
  • No Caps
  • No DPI
  • Protected by Swiss Privacy Law

Why in Switzerland?

Switzerland, as is typical of the country in so many other regards, is somewhat at odds with the rest of Europe when it comes to internet surveillance, data retention and on-line piracy.

Although not part of the European Union, and therefore not subject to the EU Data Retention Directive 2006, Switzerland introduced its own Data Retention Laws, which came into force as early as January 2002 (Article 15 Federal Law of 6 October 2000 on the monitoring of Posts and Telecommunications (BÜPF), and Regulation of 31 October 2001 on the monitoring of Posts and Telecommunications (VÜPF)). These laws require ISPs to log IP addresses and web servers access details, and retain them for 6 months (mobile and fixed line phone operators are also required to do this).

In addition to this, the Swiss government has fairly wide powers of internet surveillance, including the legal right to employ spyware for ‘particularly serious offenses’, such as the financing of terrorism, criminal organizations or child pornography. It should be noted however that such methods are only permitted when law enforcement authorities have been able to demonstrate that a crime has been committed beyond reasonable doubt, and not as a preventative method.

In January this year (2013), Justice Minister Simonetta Sommaruga announced that the government was looking into expanding these surveillance powers to include the ability to monitor VoIP and instant messaging (IM) services. How this might be achieved is unclear in cases where the communications are encrypted, but the government talked of increasing the range of bodies that would be required to cooperate with law enforcement bodies, including hotels, hospitals, and schools (who would not be forced to carry out the surveillance themselves). This sounds very heavy handed to us, and confirms Switzerland’s reputation as an electronic police state.

Simply put, the mandatory data retention laws in Switzerland do not apply to VPN providers, so VPN providers are under no obligation to keep logs of their users’ activities.

This on its own would make Switzerland a very good location to locate VPN servers, but the real icing on the cake is that the Swiss government has decided that piracy for personal use is legal.

In September 2010 the Swiss High Court ruled that notorious copyright troll legal firm Logistep AG was acting illegally when it collected IP addresses of people it believed were guilty of copyright infringement, as it amounted to a breach of the county’s privacy laws, a ruling that not only protects downloaders, but also casual uploaders.

-Using VPN in Switzerland-

Swiss internet users therefore have no need to use a VPN service to protect themselves against copyright enforcement, but have a strong incentive to use one in order to defend themselves against government surveillance.

It is usually a bad idea to use a VPN service (and servers) located in your own country, as this makes it easy for authorities to demand logs be handed over. However, with no required data retention for VPN providers and no legal framework (as there is in the US for example even without the NSA spying) for demanding they be made, there is no good reason for Swiss users not to choose servers located locally.

For those outside the country, Switzerland makes the perfect location for a VPN server.

Do I need one?

Do I need one?

You may know what a VPN, or Virtual Private Network, is; you probably don’t use one. You really should be using a VPN, and even if you don’t think so now, at some point in the future you may consider it as important as your internet connection.

Here is the most important thing you need to know about a VPN: It secures your computer’s internet connection to guarantee that all of the data you’re sending and receiving is encrypted and secured from prying eyes.

Whether the VPNs you’re familiar with are the ones offered by your school or business to help you work or stay connected when you’re traveling or the ones you pay to get you watch your favorite shows in another country as they air, they’re all doing the same thing. For much more detail on what VPNs are, how they work, and how they’re used, check out this How Stuff Works article.

Why you need a VPN and how you can benefit from using one.
A VPN alone is just a way to bolster your security and access resources on a network you’re not physically connected to. What you choose to do with a VPN is a different story. Usually, VPN users fall into a few separate categories:
1. The student/worker. This person has responsibilities to attend to, and uses a VPN provided by their school or company to access resources on their network when they’re at home or traveling. In most cases, this person already has a free VPN service provided to them, so they’re not exactly shopping around. Also, if they’re worried about security, they can always fire up their VPN when using airport or cafe Wi-Fi to ensure no one’s snooping on their connection.

2. The downloader. Whether they’re downloading legally or illegally, this person doesn’t want on some company’s witch-hunt list just because they have a torrenting app installed on their computer. VPNs are the only way to stay safe when using something like BitTorrent—everything else is just a false sense of security. Better safe than trying to defend yourself in court or paying a massive fine for something you may or may not have even done, right?

3. The privacy minded and security advocate. Whether they’re a in a strictly monitored environment or a completely free and open one, this person uses VPN services to keep their communications secure and encrypted and away from prying eyes whether they’re at home or abroad. To them, unsecured connections mean someone’s reading what you say.

4. The globetrotter. This person wants to watch the Olympics live as they happen, without dealing with their crummy local networks. They want to check out their favorite TV shows as they air instead of waiting for translations or re-broadcasts (or watch the versions aired in other countries,) listen to location-restricted streaming internet radio, or want to use a new web service or application that looks great but for some reason is limited to a specific country or region.

5. Some combination of the above. Odds are, even if you’re not one of these people more often than not, you’re some mix of them depending on what you’re doing. In all of these cases, a VPN service can be helpful, whether it’s just a matter of protecting yourself when you’re out and about, whether you handle sensitive data for your job and don’t want to get fired, or you’re just covering your own ass.

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  • Western Union
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