Many VPN apps for Android spy




on users, rather than anonymize
VPN connections (Virtual Private Network) are supposed to help to ensure more anonymity in the network and additionally guarantee a little more security. As a jointly conducted study by the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization, University of South Wales and University of California at Berkeley has now shown, many VPN apps for Android reach the exact opposite: they often open the door to attackers User data. 283 VPN apps were tested by the researchers in November 2016 via the official Play Store. Only one application was recommended at the end.


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