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Re: [tor-talk] Using VPN less safe?
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> Well i never liked vpn , like for example in the US the police can force
> the vpn provider to give out info without the vpn provider telling the
> client/customer about it, so u need to put alot of trust in these vpn
That's why I would never purchase a US-based VPN...
> i am acctually developing a better solution but its only in beta and i
> havent got it to work 100%
Could you share some more info on that? Will it work in real time? How
will you address correlation attacks?
> is this person who is hosting my vpn ready to go to jail for me?
Definitely not, that's why I was thinking of a VPN in a jurisdiction that
allows keeping no logs.
But even if a VPN provider keeps no logs (and even if I trust them, and as
HideMyAss case shows, it can be dangerous), I think that if government in
any country wanted to tap into traffic in a datacentre where this VPN
provider hosts some of its servers, it wouldn't be too hard for them to do
> u need a non US provider and some u trust
I trust Tor way more than I trust a VPN provider...
Oskar Wendel, o.wendel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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