VPN-enabled advance fee fraud

Grant Taylor gtaylor at tnetconsulting.net
Mon Mar 21 18:00:45 UTC 2022

On 3/21/22 11:30 AM, TJ Trout wrote:
> We have carefully engineered our apps and VPN servers to categorically 
> eliminate sensitive information. As a result, ExpressVPN can never be 
> compelled to provide customer data that does not exist.

I understand and appreciate your architecture.

However, there seems to be one piece of information that you neglected / 

What will ExpressVPN do regarding /established/ connections?  I would 
expect that network flows / netstat / etc. could provide some 
information for current, established, and ongoing.

Grant. . . .
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