Protect your privacy online with
anonymous surfing and browsing.
Ultrasurf hides your IP address,
clears browsing history, cookies,
Using industry standard strong
end-to-end encryption to
protect your data transfer
from being seen by third party.
Bypass internet censorship to
browse the internet freely.
Ultrareach Internet Corp., was founded in 2001 by a small group of Silicon Valley engineers dedicated to the promotion of the free exchange of information. In 2002, we launched Ultrasurf, one of the world's most popular anti-censorship, pro-privacy software. Ultrasurf enables internet users to protect their security and anonymity online while bypassing internet censorship, and is free to users.
The tool was originally designed for internet users in Mainland China, where the internet is heavily censored and internet users' activities monitored. With the advent of Ultrasurf and other circumvention tools, these internet users are provided a lifeline to access and share information freely. After nearly a decade of development, our technology has proven extremely resilient and adaptable in the face of increasingly advanced censorship techniques and aggressive blocking attempts.
Our success in helping Internet users in China surf the web in freedom and safety has attracted the attention of internet users beyond China's borders. Today, Ultrareach has m illions of users from over 180 countries.
Our success in helping Internet users in China surf the web in freedom and safety has attracted the attention of internet users beyond China's borders. Today, Ultrareach has millions of users from over 180 countries.
Ultrasurf also helps internet users in non-censoring countries to encrypt their communications, and protect their IP address from the websites visited; it is recommended in particular for use at wireless hotspots and public WiFi networks.
In the near future, we aim to grow our range of services to include a free VPN service, mobile applications, and expand to Mac and Linux platforms.
For more information, please see Frequently Asked Questions.