* Posts by IPVanish VPN

4 posts • joined 1 Dec 2015

FBI's PRISM slurping is 'unconstitutional' – and America's secret spy court is OK with that

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We will continue to stand against this kind of invasive government decision making and hope Amy Jeffress will continue to make her point known. The Court may not want to hear it, but we will continue to voice the need for digital rights until they have no choice but to listen.

FBI declines to comment on WhatsApp encryption

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The Next Apple Suit

They likely won't comment until they need to get into a legal battle, ala Apple, to access data. Luckily this will be a much harder one to argue because if there's no data to access...

Senator Wyden recalls SOPA fight in bid to defeat encryption-weakening efforts

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We were thrilled to see Senator Wyden standing up for encryption with such a concerted effort. We stand behind this mission 100%.

VPN users menaced by port forwarding blunder

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While the announcement of the Port Fail vulnerability has left some VPN services vulnerable, IPVanish and its users are not affected. IPVanish has, is, and will always be dedicated to our member's security and privacy. We have employed protective measures, including those suggested in the article, to mitigate the “Port Fail” vulnerability. Our NAT protection is free of charge for all subscribers, and requires no additional setup.

We applaud Perfect Privacy for responsibly disclosing this vulnerability to providers prior to the publication of the vulnerability, and thank them for protecting user privacy and security with us.


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