SafeVector VPN is an advanced VPN system based on Project V’s V2Ray, which is designed to circumvent Internet censorship imposed by authoritarian governments with advanced anti-censorship and anti-blocking technologies. It implements transparent proxy service that enables applications on supported devices and computers to safely access the uncensored Internet.

  • Fast connectivity – SafeVector VPN is many times faster than conventional VPNs such as OpenVPN due to its lightweight design. It utilizes multiplexing architecture where parallel independent I/O connections are constructed on-the-fly to provide robust data transmission between the SafeVector VPN clients and servers.
  • Strong encryption – SafeVector VPN uses VMess encrypted communication protocol. VMess is a stateless protocol that transfers data directly between the client and the server without handshaking. Each transmission has no effect on the transmission of other data before and after. The internal encryption method used by VMess varies depending on the individual device’s hardware. In general, encryption method is set to aes-256-gcm on PCs and chacha20-poly1305 on mobiles.
  • Improved anti-blocking – SafeVector VPN uses VMess protocol, which improves some of the existing shortcomings of conventional anti-censorship tools and is much harder for censorship systems to detect.
    Proxy chaining – SafeVector VPN can be configured to support proxy chaining, which links multiple nodes together to provide better privacy for the users.
  • Obfuscation – Similar to the obfuscation of ShadowsocksR, the data package for mKCP can be obfuscated to look like another common protocol such as HTTPS, making protocol identification more difficult.
    Cross-platform – SafeVector VPN’s core component is based on V2Ray and can be ported to most common platforms including Android, iOS, iPadOS, Windows, and macOS.