ExpressVPN Launches Tor Service, Becomes First VPN Provider to Host .onion Site


TORTOLA, British Virgin Islands, Aug. 17, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- ExpressVPN gives users even more security and privacy with new .onion site.

ExpressVPN is proud to be the first VPN provider to launch its own .onion site, http://expressobutiolem.onion. Tor users can now browse ExpressVPN's website faster, and with more anonymity.

Benefits include:

  • Greater privacy: Users can use the Tor network to browse with more security.
  • Better website access: People living and working in high-censorship countries can now more easily access ExpressVPN content.

ExpressVPN joins other privacy-conscious sites, including DuckDuckGo, ProPublica, and The Intercept, in offering hidden .onion services. ExpressVPN's new Tor service will provide users with better anonymity while hindering both government censorship and network administrator controls.

Users can access ExpressVPN's onion service by downloading the Tor Browser and navigating to http://expressobutiolem.onion.

[ NOTE: link will only work in Tor-enabled browsers ]

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About ExpressVPN
ExpressVPN is a leading VPN service provider enabling users worldwide to safely and anonymously browse the web. With 100+ servers across 87 countries and new servers added each week, ExpressVPN offers a comprehensive reach and provides uncensored access to international websites. The company's award-winning apps for Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, Routers, and Linux preserve customer privacy and provide best-in-class Internet security. ExpressVPN has been operating since 2009 and today is one of the world's largest providers of premium VPN services. A vocal advocate for Internet freedom and privacy, ExpressVPN is a proud financial supporter of nonprofit organizations fighting to protect these rights. ExpressVPN continues to grow its customer base and service offerings as an ever-greater number of people are adopting the use of critical online security tools.