知名机场喵帕斯近期出事~机场主这样说


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larry 【熟练级】 - I'm a network engineer that currently lives in China.

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Well tbh I don't understand much what he's saying here, but from the pieces I gathered from Yandex translation. basically it's like this, the provider of this VPN service (Shadowsock etc) is under an investigation because someone used darkweb or something, and unfortunately the service does keep logs and by the court orders (probably) that he had to turn over these logs.

So first: which nation's police department is investigating? and on what ground they are able to conduct this investigation in the first place? Also, you only need to turn over logs when the court orders it,  If someone was just using the darkweb which I haven't heard any laws in any nation claims that visiting the darkweb is illegal. So there shouldn't even be an investigation initiated in the first place.

Second: The provider of this service also claimed they do not have the responsibility to "cover up" any of your wrongdoings. Sorry????? You're a damn VPN provider, You should protect your users safety and privacy, that's main reason why people signed up for this service, what in the world were you thinking?

Third: The dude also said they keep logs for a month. Well this is just absurd. Like I said in the past, Don't ever trust a VPN provider that claims that they keep logs flagrantly. Only trust the providers that have their Zero-Logs policy verified by a third party.

For instance  Express VPN was in hot water with the Turkish government a few years ago. Basically the event can be summarized like this, The Russian ambassador in the Turkey was murdered, and the suspect used ExpressVPN to login into Facebook before he murdered that Russian ambassador. So the police asked ExpressVPN to cooperate with the investigation and the court did order the company to comply since this case literally involved murdering, But ExpressVPN basically replied that"We are sorry that something like this has happened. But we don't keep logs at all, so we can't provide any"  Because the "unwillingness to cooperate" from the ExpressVPN, the Turkish police physically seized the servers within Turkey, But even that they still weren't able to get any logs, because it's like what Express has claimed "they don't keep any logs".

That's what I would call a trusted provider. For real though, no VPN provider should ever keep logs. It is unacceptable.

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好吧,我对他在这里所说的话并不太了解,但是从我从Yandex翻译中搜集的片段中了解。基本上就是这样,此VPN服务(Shadowsock等)的提供者正在接受调查,因为有人使用了暗网或其他内容,但不幸的是,该服务的确保留了日志,并根据法院的命令(可能是),他不得不移交这些日志。



那么首先:哪个国家的警察部门正在调查?他们首先可以基于什么理由进行这项调查?另外,您只需要在法院下令时,如果有人使用了暗网,而我在任何国家都没有听到任何法律声称访问暗网是非法的。因此,一开始甚至不应该进行调查。



第二:这项服务的提供者还声称,他们没有责任“掩盖”您的任何不法行为。抱歉?????您是VPN提供商,您应该保护用户的安全和隐私,这就是人们注册此服务的主要原因,您在想什么?



第三:这家伙还说他们将日志保存一个月。好吧,这只是荒谬的。就像我过去说过的,永远不要信任声称自己公然保留日志的VPN提供商。仅信任通过第三方验证其零日志策略的提供者。



例如,几年前,Express VPN与土耳其政府陷入了困境。基本上可以将事件概括如下:俄罗斯驻土耳其大使被谋杀,嫌疑人在谋杀俄罗斯大使之前使用ExpressVPN登录Facebook。因此警察要求ExpressVPN配合调查,法院确实命令该公司遵守,因为此案确实涉及谋杀案,但ExpressVPN基本上回答说:“我们很抱歉发生了这样的事情。但是我们不保留记录。所有,所以我们无法提供任何信息。“由于ExpressVPN的“不愿合作”,土耳其警方在土耳其境内物理上没收了服务器,但是即使它们仍然无法获得任何日志,因为这就像Express声称“他们不保留任何日志”。



实际上,没有VPN提供商应该保留日志。这是不可接受的。

seanlee 【新手级】

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暂时没出事的有99%和喵帕斯其实是一样的

xj012458 【熟练级】

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所以说,想用机场就老老实实的别去碰那些敏感类的话题,还有隐私这方面就别奢望能有多大的保障的

Lucifer 【熟练级】

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這不是機場的問題,是在牆內要經營業務都會有的問題。

竹下的光影 【熟练级】

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机场的安全性又一次得到了“验证”,这是今年第几个出事的机场了?

Jason_Fue 【熟练级】 - VPN enthusiastist

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作风严格的机场为了杜绝此类事情发生会主动屏蔽像暗网之类的一些通道。

Providers with seriousness as well as prevention will take the initiative to block access to the darkweb, etc in case such things happen.

RIP 【熟练级】 - RIP=run into problem

额。。不知道说什么好。。那我就说:你今天吃板面了吗?

mars 【熟练级】

我还是觉得机场不可靠。

VELLAGET 【熟练级】

ExpressVPN最近不太好连,刚想转机场,出了这事,又不敢转了,平时我也就看看YouTube学习一下外语,偶尔看看小姐姐

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