Heyo, first time poster here. People here seem to be more well informed and knowledgeable than me so I decided to pop a question about a VPN service I am using. The service in question is vpntunnel.se. They have had their fair share of problems associated with downtime and more recently the client shitting itself in one way or another sporadically (for example it loses the secure connection but the provided connection guard does nothing... ooops...). Not nice, that alone should have made me look elsewhere. Also, someone reported that his connection had been switched on the fly from a SE server to a US server (I am not sure I understood his explanation 100% but yeah, that is basically what he said had happened... sounds quite incredible and really, really not good at all...). Anyway, the latest hooblaa came after a powerfailure/outage/problem with their servers (or something). I mean, if they were properly hosted things like this just shouldn't happen. Like ever. The service was out for a day and now that it has come back I get this weird problem of seeing all the computers connected to the same VPN-server in my Network view (using Vista)? First noticed it as I was alerted via a popup that some of them were trying to access my computers media resources. Am I ok with that or what? I went "WTF?" big time, had a look at My Network, saw a huuuuuge list of computers piling up there and a nanosecond or so after that terminated the VPN connection. Feeling more than slighty annoyed. For some reason... that just doesn't feel right... So yeah... should I make the right conclusion and find another VPN-provider A.S.A.P? I have heard good things of privateVPN.se, might give them a shot.