This is the FAQ for Miscellaneous answers to questions we often receive.

Can you protect things other than Minecraft?

In the future we have considered this, but at this time we are only able to protect Minecraft servers. If you need web protection we recommend using Cloudflare as a free alternative.
We are actively working on Geyser support, but do not have compatibility with it at this time. More information about the state of Geyser and TCPShield will be available in early December.

What are the limitations of TCPShield? How much capacity do you have?

Our layer 4 capacity sits at 16 Tbps, and layer 7 up to an unlimited amount of connections per second.

How much does TCPShield cost?

TCPShield offers a free tier for anyone to use. We also have premium plans that give all kinds of goodies and increased limits which will scale to the largest of minecraft servers. You can read more about our plans here.

Some person is using my assets on your network. Can you remove them from your service?

No. We only respond to court orders & other legal take down requests.

Can you have all my traffic routed to XYZ?

Maybe, but doing so would jeopardize your ability to benefit from globally distributed network and the resiliency that comes with it. Unless you really understand the implications of requesting this, it's best not to.

Where are TCPShield proxies located?

We currently have frontend proxies located in:
  • Los Angeles, US
  • Ashburn, US
  • London, UK
  • Frankfurt, DE
  • Tokyo, JP
  • Singapore, SG
  • Sydney, AU
Available on request:
  • Warsaw, PL
  • Paris, FR
  • Miami, US (inquire for pricing)

I saw a video of a TCPShield Bypass. Is this true?

These videos are posted to YouTube are fake. They serve as advertising purposes for cheap booters looking to make a buck. We as TCPShield take these videos very seriously, and always attempt to investigate the videos content to ensure no actual attack and adverse effects are happening to servers behind our network. If an actual exploit or attack vector is discovered, TCPShield does have a bug bounty program, which you can learn more about by contacting us.