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[liberationtech] // freevpn.me //

azrak_khan at hotmail.com azrak_khan at hotmail.com
Sun Jul 26 12:54:10 PDT 2015


Rule of thumb with VPNs do not use one unless you dont trust its source. This looks unreliable and I will be vary of it.
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On Sun, Jul 26, 2015 at 10:57 AM -0700, "Shelley" <shelley at misanthropia.org> wrote:
On July 26, 2015 9:59:04 AM Julian Oliver <julian at julianoliver.com> wrote:

> Hi list,
>
> Does anyone have any dirt (or information at all) on http://freevpn.me?
>
> They have an oddly absent reputation, quote themselves (whilst giving the
> appearance the quote is from a review) and seem to have no company/project
> footprint elsewhere (that I can find). A whois shows domain registration
> was mid
> 2013.
>
> Cheers,
>
> --
> Julian Oliver
> http://julianoliver.com
> http://criticalengineering.org
> PGP key: https://julianoliver.com/key.asc
> Beware the auto-complete life.


I couldn't find much independent/unbiased info either.  As it is hosted on
cloudflare, I would be wary of it anyway.  Jmo.

-s


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