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New WiFi connection vulnerability discovered. Here’s what you need to know about “KRACK”

October 16th, 2017 in Security

Security researchers have discovered a vulnerability in the WPA2 protocol which allows for virtually any WiFi network to be hacked, potentially leaking sensitive data. When you connect to a password protected WiFi network, you probably think that your connection, and all the data you transfer over WiFi, is safe. Unfortunately, researchers at the KU University […]

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Keeping ProtonVPN Secure

July 24th, 2017 in Security

As with ProtonMail, we have built ProtonVPN with an emphasis on security. Today, we are launching a Bug Bounty Program to further enhance ProtonVPN’s security. In operating a VPN service, security is required not only for the VPN connections and protocols themselves. Security is also needed for the underlying server infrastructure, the web pages and dashboards, […]

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Understanding the VPN Threat Model

June 18th, 2017 in Security

In this article, we analyze the VPN threat model. This covers the threats a VPN is designed to guard against, and also the threats a VPN cannot counter. We believe that the only thing worse than no security, is a false sense of security. For this reason, whether it is ProtonMail or ProtonVPN, we are […]

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