pipedreams Posted January 26, 2019 Share Posted January 26, 2019 (edited) Something to think about, nothing is ever completely free. "One in five apps from the top 150 free VPN Android apps in Google's Play Store was flagged as a potential source of malware, while a quarter of them come with user privacy breaking bugs such as DNS leaks which expose user DNS queries to their ISPs. As found by Simon Migliano, Metric Labs' Head of Research, the company behind the Top10VPN service, these VPN Android applications have already been installed approximately 260 million times according to the numbers reported by Google's official store." https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/malware-user-privacy-failures-found-in-top-free-vpn-android-apps/ Edited January 27, 2019 by pipedreams 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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