Ξ welcome to cryptostorm's member forums ~ you don't have to be a cryptostorm member to post here Ξ
Ξ any OpenVPN configs found on the forum are likely outdated. For the latest, visit here or GitHub Ξ
Ξ If you're looking for tutorials/guides, check out the new https://cryptostorm.is/#section6 Ξ

[The Register] VPN logs helped unmask alleged 'net stalker, say feds

Post a reply

:
In an effort to prevent automatic submissions, we require that you enter the letters that are written in red.
Smilies
:D :) ;) :( :o :shock: :? 8-) :lol: :x :P :oops: :cry: :evil: :twisted: :roll: :!: :?: :idea: :arrow: :| :mrgreen: :geek: :ugeek: :angel: :clap: :crazy: :eh: :lolno: :problem: :shh: :shifty: :sick: :silent: :think: :thumbdown: :thumbup: :wave: :wtf: :yawn:

BBCode is ON
[img] is ON
[flash] is OFF
[url] is ON
Smilies are ON

Topic review
   

If you wish to attach one or more files enter the details below.

Expand view Topic review: [The Register] VPN logs helped unmask alleged 'net stalker, say feds

[The Register] VPN logs helped unmask alleged 'net stalker, say feds

Post by parityboy » Tue Oct 10, 2017 9:20 pm

“Further, records from PureVPN show that the same email accounts – Lin's Gmail account and the teleprtfx Gmail account – were accessed from the same WANSecurity IP address,” the document stated.

And that's where the surprise came in – at least for those who believed a VPN is a complete protection: “Significantly, PureVPN was able to determine that their service was accessed by the same customer from two originating IP addresses,” claim the Feds (allegedly, those IP addresses were at Lin's work and home addresses).


Source

Top

cron
Nothing to display.

Login