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Tech Transparency politic needed regarding the built-in VPN service related internal vulnerabilities.

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by joeclark, Jul 26, 2017.

  1. joeclark

    joeclark Junior Member

    Hello Guys,

    Official on-line available information lacks of transparency regarding the free, unlimited, and with no subscription built-in VPN service related possible internal vulnerabilities. Would Opera be kind enough to inform transparently and in a clearly form its on-line documentation regarding the present topic?

    As mentioned on Opera's web site, this service in Opera browser is provided by SurfEasy Inc., an Opera company based in Canada. By offering such a legitimate service aimed to enhance privacy and even for free of charge, it rises concerns regarding the essentially privacy, about leakages which indeed do occur behind VPN services (paid or not).

    Currently a growing range of techniques like fingerprinting detection attempts through Canvas elements, like Canvas font access, audio (via the AudioContext API), via the WebGL API), via the Battery API), device enumeration (via the WebRTC API), gamepad enumeration (via the Gamepad API), WebVR enumeration (via the WebVR API), or through calculating Client’s element rectangles. decrease instantaneously the very effectiveness of VPN services.


    I didn't find the right solution from the internet.
    - http://forums.opera.com/discussion/...vpn-service-related-internal-vulnerabilities-
    - Turnkey Solution Video Examples.

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