Miami VPN Server Online and IP Modulation 3.0 is Coming Soon

As many of you know we have been adding VPN servers quite frequently over the last 3 weeks. We have added 2 new VPN locations (Virginia and Miami) and we have added a new VPN server to Germany. We have taken the time to do a lot of network optimization and the response from the users have been great. Many of you know IP modulation is our exclusive technology that has evolved quite a bit over the last few years. Now that evolution is about to take a giant leap with version 3. Users will be able to pick between USA, Europe or Global Modulation and their IP address will seamlessly modulate between all of the Modulating networks we have in your chosen geographic location.

Our Miami VPN Server is Online

We have just added Miami VPN server to our network. It features shared, public and modulating IPs. The network is a DDoS protected network with great connectivity to South America and the USA. It supports OpenVPN, L2TP, PPTP and SSTP. You can download the latest liquid viscosity client from the client area, get the FQDN and IP address from our PPTP/L2TP/SSTP section or create your OpenVPN configurations via the configuration generator.

New Liquid Viscosity Version Online

We have released new builds for Windows and Mac users. You can download the latest Liquid Viscosity update with the newest configuration files at the bottom of the screen. Don’t worry if the date makes it look like a previous release that is not the date of upload it is the date you signed up.

IP Modulation 3.0 is Coming

Many of you have asked us why IP Modulation could only modulate IP addresses from 1 single location and or subnet. The reason was because it requires double the bandwidth and more importantly the technical requirements required to do it meant we had to find a way to minimize the impact latency across so many geographical locations would have during page loads. IP Modulation does not change your IP address randomly like many of the people that review LiquidVPN seem to think. It works at the connection level. So 1 webpage may use 5 or 10 IP addresses to completely load the page. When all of the IP addresses are in 1 geographic location this is not a problem because the latency is the same across all of the IP addresses. When the addresses are spread out across the USA, Canada and Europe the impact on page loads was enormous. Essentially it reminded us of surfing the web on dial up. Sometimes a whole page would not even load because of how caching works. Over the last two months we have been working on a method to minimize this latency problem and so far it has worked quite well on our test network. So what we are going to do is release this feature as a beta first so we can test it under load to see how well it scales when the server is full of users. Depending on the outcome of the tests it will either be included for everyone or it will only be included for Road Warrior and above packages. Anyone that would like to test this game changing new feature can contact our support directly and we will get you setup. We are looking for as many beta testers as we can get. We need users that are somewhat technically adept and that do not mind getting in touch with us if they find something that is not working properly. You can open a support ticket from