Malwarebytes releases new VPN service called 'Malwarebytes Privacy'

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  1. mood

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    Malwarebytes releases new VPN service for Windows
    April 23, 2020
    https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/malwarebytes-releases-new-vpn-service-for-windows/
    Malwarebytes: Introducing Malwarebytes Privacy
     
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    I'm assuming they meant "Spain" rather than "Span"? If not I guess I need to brush up on my geography. :isay:
     
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    Trying to imagine them using an untrusted third party.
     
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    So what do you guys prefer, Mozilla's VPN service or the one from Malwarebytes? Are there any big differences?
     
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    neither. stick with the top providers, namely, express, insorg, ivpn & mullvad.
     
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    Both use Mullvad infrastructure with Wireguard support, but for now I would stay away from both, unless there is a major discount deal.

    https://mullvad.net/en/help/partnerships-and-resellers/
     
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    OK thanks guys, I don't know much about VPN's, but Mozilla and Malwarebytes are both trusted names, so I do think it's a smart move for them to offer such a service.
     
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    Currently, I'd suggest OVPN or AzireVPN. Both have their servers set up to only store data in RAM with no harddrives connected.

    OVPN is currently being sued in Sweden in an attempt to get them to deliver logs on one of their customers. Time will tell if they can or not.

    https://torrentfreak.com/best-vpn-anonymous-no-logging/#azirevpn
    https://www.ovpn.com/en/blog/ovpn-fights-court-order
     
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