VPN services are undermined by security failings, so what can you do about it? Um, not a lot, actually

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The majority of VPN services suffer from IPv6 traffic leakage - and there ain't much you can do about it

Internet users relying on virtual private networks (VPNs) to maintain their privacy have been warned that the services they are using may not be as secure as they think. And, furthermore, there is ...

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