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Ghacks Deals: NordVPN Subscription (up to 79% off)

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  1. stefann said on October 5, 2019 at 3:05 am

    23 global corporations run all VPN-services today. Who is really behind them ? Can they even be safe to use ?

  2. Anonymous said on October 5, 2019 at 6:30 pm

    I use TOR!
    Fast, simple, 100% free, decentralized server, choose any country as exit node.

  3. Dwight said on October 23, 2019 at 9:16 am
    1. owl said on October 24, 2019 at 9:43 am

      @Dwight said on October 23, 2019 at 9:16 am:
      About “Hackers steal secret crypto keys for NordVPN. ”

      NordVPN Hack – Everything You Need to Know (Updated Info) |
      October 23, 2019 By Sven Taylor

      Summary of the article:
      In March 2018, someone posted TLS certificates from NordVPN, TorGuard, and VikingVPN on 8chan. While the 2018 post seems to have fallen under the radar, the issue recently erupted on Twitter, which culminated in an article from TechCrunch alleging NordVPN had been “hacked”.

      What could a hacker do with an expired TLS key?
      This was an isolated case, and no other servers or datacenter providers we use have been affected.

      Are NordVPN users compromised?
      First, the hacker would not have any access to server logs because NordVPN is a no logs VPN provider that does not store anything on its servers. NordVPN passed a third-party audit by PricewaterhouseCoopers verifying its no-logs policy.
      Second, NordVPN utilizes perfect forward secrecy, which generates a unique key for every session using ephemeral Diffie-Hellman keys. This means that even with a TLS key there’s little a hacker could even do, since the keys are used for server authentication and not traffic encryption.
      The impact for NordVPN users is essentially null.

      NordVPN is already one of the few VPN providers that have undergone a full third-party audit to verify their no-logs claims. This audit was completed in November 2018 and it appears a second audit is currently underway.

      Additionally, NordVPN has told me they will reconfigure their server network to run in RAM-disk mode only. This indeed is a more secure setup over traditional hard drives as nothing can be stored on the server. Perfect Privacy runs their network this way and ExpressVPN has also transitioned to running all servers in RAM-disk, which they call the TrustedServer feature.

      TechCrunch is a media outlet owned by Verizon, which also has a VPN service called “Safe Wi-Fi”. In this article you can see TechCrunch promoting Verizon’s VPN service, which is a direct competitor of NordVPN. This may explain why TechCrunch suddenly announced the “NordVPN hack” with such fanfare.

      People appear to be somewhat divided on the issue. Some argue this shouldn’t even be called a “hack” as it involved an expired TLS key on a single server in Finland with no access to user data or traffic. Others are following the tune of TechCrunch and denouncing NordVPN.

      1. owl said on October 24, 2019 at 2:12 pm

        Correct the URL as follows:
        For that hoax, a verified article has been published.
        NordVPN Hack – Everything You Need to Know (Updated Info) |
        October 23, 2019 By Sven Taylor

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