Top 10 Harmfull VPN That Could Be Hiding Malware


VPN apps are quite useful for encrypting your web traffic or hiding your identity online, but research has found that over 38% of Android VPN apps contain malware that tracks users. The research group studied 234 VPN apps on the Google Play Store, the results?

18% do not encrypt traffic
84% leak user data
38% reveal malware or malvertising
80% request access to sensitive data like user accounts or text messages
What is worrisome is that most of these apps are highly rated and FREE



The researchers also compiled a list of the top 10 ones you should avoid. (FYI: Google has taken down some these apps).

OkVpn (4.2 rating)
EasyVpn
SuperVPN
Betternet (4.3 rating; 5 million downloads)
CrossVpn
Archie VPN
HatVPN
sFly Network Booster
One Click VPN (4.3 rating; 1 million downloads)
Fast Secure Payment
I’d personally recommend TunnelBear (Since it isn’t 100% free and has been available for a while one),  Opera’s VPN is also worth a try.
Top 10 Harmfull VPN That Could Be Hiding Malware Top 10 Harmfull VPN That Could Be Hiding Malware Reviewed by Sunil kumar mahla on 14:20 Rating: 5

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