Proton VPN Application

Application Information

The following page provides details on domains, networks, IPs, hosting services, and content delivery networks used by Proton VPN.


Proton VPN - Logo

Proton VPN is a security-focused VPN service, developed by CERN and MIT scientists. It can be used to browse the web anonymously, unblock websites and encrypt your connection.

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Web Link Proton VPN - Home Page

Network Intelligence

The network data shown here is also available via the Netify Data Feed API. We provide network intelligence to help deliver better digital experiences to end users and businesses.

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Primary Domains

Network Ranges

Proton VPN does not have any defined network blocks. The application is distributed across the individial IP addresses summarized below.

Network Ranges
Some applications are deployed across network blocks. Only networks that are dedicated to an application or platform are provided.

Other Networks

There are tens of thousands of Internet network providers and we make an effort to track as many as we can, but we have less coverage for niche and local providers. The following is a sample of Proton VPN IP addresses on this type of network.

ASN Description ASN Route Location IP Shared
WorldStream AS49981 Switzerland
Amanah Tech AS32489 Switzerland


Hosting vendors like AWS and Microsoft Azure provide cloud-based computing and network resources to deliver applications. The hosting platforms used by Proton VPN are summarized below by geographical points-of-presence (PoP).

Each PoP can host many IPs to deliver an application. A sample IP is provided.

Cloud Hosts # of IPs
Logo M247 5
Logo DataCamp 8
Hosting Platform Network PoP Location Sample IP IPs
- Logo DataCamp - Logo DataCamp Los Angeles United States 2 IPs
- Logo DataCamp - Logo DataCamp San Jose United States 6 IPs
- Logo M247 - Logo M247 Core Network Netherlands 1 IP
- Logo M247 - Logo M247 Core Network United States 4 IPs

Content Delivery Networks - CDNs

In order to get information to end users more quickly, many applications are distributed from multiple geographical points-of-presence (PoPs) using Content Delivery Networks (CDNs).

Each PoP can host many IPs to deliver an application. A sample IP is provided.

Take special note of CDNs that use Anycast technology. Anycast makes it possible to route a single IP address to a variety of different geographic locations. In other words, one global Anycast IP is hosted in multiple geographic locations.

CDNs # of IPs
Logo CloudFlare 12
Service Network PoP Location Sample IP IPs
- Logo CloudFlare - Logo CloudFlare Anycast Global 12 IPs

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