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The born of the Everest protocol

Considering the intricate and varied global network environment, traditional open-source VPN protocols such as OpenVPN, IPSec, Wireguard, etc. may face the risk of being blocked and unable to connect. To ensure fair access to VPN services for users worldwide, X-VPN has introduced the Everest Protocol - a private VPN protocol that combines security and anti-blocking capabilities.

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What is Everest Protocol?

Everest Protocol is a private VPN protocol that employs the industry's highest level of AES-256 encryption technology and is equipped with various transmission protocols, including UDP, TCP, HTTP, TLS, etc. Furthermore, Everest Protocol obfuscates and disguises the entire protocol, making it more difficult to detect and identify.

What is Everest Protocol?

Overall, Everest Protocol is a VPN protocol that possesses powerful security and anti-blocking capabilities, providing users with a more secure, fast, and stable network environment.

Features of Everest Protocol

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How does Everest Protocol Work?

Obfuscation Protocol

The obfuscation protocol in X-VPN is used to unblock restricted networks. Without obfuscation, ISPs can accurately identify VPN traffic and block it. However, after connecting to a VPN with an obfuscation protocol, the data content will be changed and cannot be recognized by ISPs, making it difficult for them to block. Additionally, obfuscation can also improve data security to some extent.

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Disguise Technology

The purpose of disguising protocols is also to circumvent censorship. Data requests are disguised as accessing content allowed by the censorship, such as web pages for Google, Apple, Amazon, and other websites, in order to deceive the firewall and achieve the goal of lifting the censorship.

AES-256 Encryption

All Everest protocols employ AES-256 encryption, which is an advanced encryption standard released by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in 2001. It is currently one of the most widely used and recognized symmetric encryption algorithms and utilizes a 256-bit key length to provide very high security and powerful encryption capabilities.

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Lightweight VPN Protocol

All protocols employed by Everest are designed to be lightweight, simple, and fast, with very low overhead to ensure the fastest possible data transfer rates. Additionally, all protocols are designed to support multi-hop routing, allowing for efficient data transmission across multiple nodes.


Why not open source?

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The original intention of the Everest Protocol is to provide a fair and unrestricted online environment for users worldwide, including regions with severe internet censorship. If the Everest Protocol is open source, there is a high probability that it may be blocked in specific regions and unable to provide services.

What we can promise is that you are safe with X-VPN. The Everest Protocol utilizes AES-256 encryption and code obfuscation to ensure the security of data. And we do not log any traffic data or information that could be used to identify users. Additionally, We are currently working on open-sourcing the data collection portion of Everest protocol.


All Protocols X-VPN Supports

X-VPN has developed multiple VPN protocols based on the global network environment, and is continually adding more protocols.

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