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ProtonMail Launches Free VPN Service

Encrypted email service ProtonMail announced it was launching its own VPN, ProtonVPN, on Tuesday.

ProtonMail’s new free VPN won’t ‘abuse user trust’ like Google and...

ProtonMail says its VPN will protect privacy online and will not abuse user trust as Facebook and Google allegedly do in order to sell ads.

Docker Aims to Improve Linux Kernel Security With LinuxKit

The LinuxKit project is now incubating several technologies to advance Linux security, including the Wireguard VPN and Landlock security efforts.

​Data-retention legislation sending Australians into the arms of VPN providers

NordVPN has reported a doubling of customers thanks to Australia's data-retention laws.

How to build your own VPN if you’re (rightfully) wary of...

While not perfect, either, cloud hosting providers have a better customer data record.

Anglophiles: Hang up your VPN; iPlayer isn’t for you anymore

BBC collects IP address, location, e-mail address in fight against online cheats.

Opera Reborn “rethinks” the browser… with integrated WhatsApp and Facebook

Opera Reborn gets new design, VPN, and ad-blocking (except for Google's ads).

Cisco CVR100W Wireless-N VPN Router Universal Plug-and-Play Buffer Overflow Vulnerability

A vulnerability in the Universal Plug-and-Play (UPnP) implementation in the Cisco CVR100W Wireless-N VPN Router could allow an unauthenticated, Layer 2–adjacent attacker to execute arbitrary code or cause a denial of service ...

HideMyAss! privilege escalation flaws exposed

The researcher on the case says the VPN provider will not be fixing them.

A VPN will not save you from government surveillance

Privacy is a multi-faced topic, and so to protect it, you need to take more than a single precaution.

Inmates built computers hidden in ceiling, connected them to prison network

Ohio prison's lax supervision was akin to "an episode from Hogan's Heroes."

For internet privacy, a VPN won’t save you

In theory, getting a VPN is good advice.

But the technology hasn't caught up to modern standards yet, and some "safe" services could put you at greater risk.