Vpn service Hola sells bandwidth users




Vpn service Hola sells the bandwidth of users to third parties, which can use it at will. That came out after website 8Chan process a DDoS attack was a “botnet” Hola users.

The founder of the service Hola, which is under more popular as Chrome and Firefox extension, confirmed to several media including TorrentFreak and Motherboard that the bandwidth of users for sale as exit nodes for a VPN service offering . Although Hola says about having been always transparent, Hola has recently adapted the text on its own site. On the question ‘is free Hola’ stood on March 27, according to Web Archive a different answer than now.

The old text mentions that although Hola uses the users of devices like pear, but the new text makes it much clearer and also states that users ‘idle resources’ available to the Hola network.

Hola sells bandwidth via the site Luminati.io , which claims to have the largest group of VPN users around the world. Meanwhile the faq Hola Luminati the website also mentions. By users to deploy as exit nodes, users can unintentionally with their device traffic that contains illegal activities tunneling. The ball came rolling after a report of 8Chan on its website earlier this week.


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