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Lol! That’s oddly specific!
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Replying to @RSnake
But but but...use a VPN for securitah!
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Replying to @RSnake @Viss
Hmm...IDK, I think I PREFER if my VPN traffic is in a firehose. Besides, how is it any worse than the US intercepting it through 5Eyes?
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I can’t speak to your threat model. But I suppose you need to answer for yourself who has your best interest in mind and what way of life do you prefer if the maximally bad thing happens with your data with either entity? That’ll guide you.
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Replying to @RSnake
Thanks for sharing it, Robert.
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Replying to @RSnake @x0rz
I built this vpn.democratize.cloud that deploys wireguard to a server you own at digital ocean. Haven’t gotten much traction yet but I’ll keep talking about it. Found that the VPN articles out there are mostly paid SEO garbage.
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Out of interest, as I always find it handy to have such things at hand: Your service looks like an easy fix for an otherwise complex task. It also reminded me of github.com/StreisandEffect/s… - would you mind to elaborate use cases where your service might be the better alternative?
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Replying to @RSnake @x0rz
Maybe the main reason is to spy their own citizens, they are most likely the main users of VPN's services trying to bypass censorship.
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Replying to @RSnake
"VPN data is rich with information, and when paired with quantum computers decrypting the data traveling within those channels ... includes non-kinetic warfare capable of leaving countries destitute and poor within months once such VPN user data is weaponized."
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GIF
I think that’s an aspirational statement about where it’s going. But yeah, not relevant to this situation anyway since they own the endpoints.
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