Singapore, Singapore, July 24, 2020 –(PR.com)– A recent report of vpnMentor reveals that 7 VPN services leaked over 1.2TB of private user data, involving over 20 million users. Although all these VPN apps claim that they are “no-log” VPNs, suggesting they do not record any user activities, the leakage has given multiple instances of internet activity logs on their shared server. The exposed data includes millions of users’ identities, online activities, addresses and many other sensitive data and technical details.
BitVPN, a decentralized VPN provider, reiterated its technical principals responding to the recent VPN related leakage events.
Many VPN services are highly centralized and lack of transparency for users to understand how traffic and data are transferring through tunnels and servers of a specific company.
The problem of a centralized VPN is that online security remains threatened on the VPN provider level. The recent leakage issues reveal that not all the VPN providers strictly execute no-log policy, and some of them even make users’ data more vulnerable with the lack of protection for centralized server and decryption key to users’ information.
As a decentralized VPN service based on blockchain, BitVPN protects users from data breaches and cyber-attacks with its layers of data encryption and scrambling in a decentralized VPN network.
The decentralized structure of BitVPN makes it possible for the users to regain their internet privacy and stay invisible from all kinds of surveillance and censorship. As a result of VPN nodes spread across the world, its decentralized network lasts forever and allows users to bypass firewalls and geo-restrictions.
As a result of decentralization, BitVPN cannot access, track or store the online activities of users. The mechanical structure is designed to ensure that single points of attack or failure pose no risk at all to the users.
“Rather than relying too much on the data management policies of the centralized servers being used, users can certainly proactively reorganize data security methods,” commented Steve, the founder of BitVPN. “With decentralized system architecture and layers of data encryption, BitVPN can make protecting personal information from data breaches much easier.”
“The recent leakage put users at risk and exposed the limitations of centralized VPN services. I think the event proved that merging blockchain with well-established technologies is the next step of technology toward an improved privacy protection solution,” he added.
BitVPN is a decentralized VPN service on the blockchain which guarantees absolute anonymity and enhanced cybersecurity to the user. BitVPN establishes a log-proof private network for the user, which maintains their internet privacy and protects them from any surveillance or censorship. It allows its users the ability to bypass firewalls and geo-restrictions across the world through its everlasting decentralized network. The BitVPN service focuses on having their products be user-friendly so that improving your privacy is easier and faster than ever before. For more information, please visit https://www.bitvpn.net/ .
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