Super VPN App Archives

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Heads up Pulse Secure VPN users! Researchers have found numerous vulnerabilities in Pulse Secure VPN that can have devastating impact

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Researchers found numerous critical vulnerabilities in Utilities VPNs. Exploiting these vulnerabilities could not only risk the OT networks of industries

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The popular antivirus provider Malwarebytes has now expanded its domain for users. The firm has now launched a dedicated VPN

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Google have recently removed a shady Android VPN App from the Play Store. Identified as SuperVPN Free VPN Client, this

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While Apple has built a credible stance regarding users’ privacy, a bug has recently made shown otherwise. As discovered, an

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When it comes to online privacy and security, the first tool that pops up in our minds is a VPN.

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Researchers have found some popular adblocking and VPN apps stealthily pilfering users’ data. These apps link back to the data

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Researchers from VPNPro have discovered multiple vulnerabilities in many of the Top Free Android VPN apps. The most critical of

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A serious vulnerability has surfaced affecting VPN connections on many systems. Upon exploitation, this vulnerability allows a potential attacker to

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While VPNs provide privacy to users, they can also threaten users security from security bugs. Recently, a unit of UK

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SuperVPN Free VPN Client review

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SuperVPN Free VPN Client is a hugely popular free VPN app for Android. Its Google Play page reports more than 100 million installs, and as we write it has a 4.6 rating from approaching a million users.

You can install and use the app for free, and there are no restrictions for the first 20 days (although you will see lots of ads). After that, VPN sessions are automatically disconnected after 60 minutes. You can start a new session with a tap.

The free service limits your locations to France, Germany, Japan, Netherlands, Singapore, UK, Canada and the US. 

A VIP account adds Hong Kong and apparently gets you access to faster servers.

Prices starts at $5 for a single month, falling to $2.86 on the annual plan (which is actually $60 to cover 21 months, as you get nine for free.) That's not bad, but keep in mind that it just covers a single Android device. Surfshark's two-year plan costs $1.99 to cover up to five, and that can include any mix of PCs, Macs, Android and iOS devices.

Privacy

Free VPN apps aren't generally a good choice for privacy as there's usually little data on who runs them, or what they might be doing with your information. Would SuperVPN Free VPN Client be different, we wondered? Ah, no.

The developer is listed as SuperSoftTech, but it doesn't have a website. Its address seems to be on the campus of the National University of Singapore, and the only point of email contact is a Gmail address.

Searching online for that address suggests it belonged to Jinrong Zheng, the developer responsible for LinkVPN and several other apps. A little more searching finds a page about the app, with the goanalyticsapp.gmail.com email, and an address in Beijing.

There is a privacy policy, but it looks like it's been cobbled together in minutes by someone who isn't a native English speaker, and has just tried to assemble some approximately correct sentences to reassure people.

The author has copied and pasted part of the privacy policy from a legitimate company, for instance, Tutela Technologies, even leaving its name and links in the text. He's tried to tell us all is well - 'We do not monitor your traffic' - but then messed up with the line 'we keep all information on highly secured servers based in United Kingdom and USA.' Oh, it does keep information, then?

Taking a closer look at the app, we found SuperVPN Free VPN Client demands some sensitive permissions, including the ability to read your phone status and identity, and read and modify the contents of your storage, as well as carry out regular network tasks (view wifi and network connections, get full network access.)

VirusTotal didn't raise any alerts over the app, but it did highlight some other issues, including multiple URLs relating to Google Analytics, and its Crashlytics crash reporting platform.

None of this is evidence that SuperVPN Free VPN Client is doing anything harmful with your data, but as it's given us precisely no reason to trust it, we'd treat the service with extreme care.

Apps

SuperVPN's lengthy permissions list makes it a little scary to install, but it's our job to take these risks, so we tapped the Install button and the app was ready to go in seconds.

The ads aren't as intrusive as the last time we used the app, where full-screen auto-playing videos would regularly pop up, one after the other. We saw some, but they're more restrained, more as we'd expect from a regular ad-sponsored app: you might open with an embedded text app, maybe a full-screen ad opens when you select some key function, occasionally with a timer, but mostly you're able to dismiss it with a click.

You still have to pay close attention, though, as some of the ads aren't so obvious. We were regularly presented with what looked like a Google Play store page for an app, for instance, and if you're thinking about something else, it would be very easy to click Install.

Look in between the ads and you'll find a very simple VPN client. A Connect button gets you a connection to the nearest location, or a menu enables selecting it manually, and one tap disconnects you when you're done. 

A menu includes a Smart Proxy feature, a simple form of split tunneling which enables choosing which apps use the VPN, and which bypass it and use your regular connection.

There's also a FAQ link which displays a blank page, less-than-helpfully.

Forget about any other options or settings, because there are none; SuperVPN is about simplicity more than features. 

Performance

Our speed tests showed SuperVPN Free VPN client averaging around 20-30Mbps in both the US and UK. That's a fraction of what you should see with a commercial VPN, but it's not bad for a free service, and adequate for streaming, browsing and other simple tasks.

SuperVPN's site unblocking results weren't quite as welcome, with the service failing to get us into BBC iPlayer, Amazon Prime Video or Disney+.

There was one notable success, though, with SuperVPN enabling streaming of US Netflix content from its US location. 

Whatever we might think about its other issues, SuperVPN delivered on our final leak tests. We used IPLeak, Doileak and other sites to analyze our connection, and they couldn't find any giveaway leaks or clues to our real identity.

Final verdict

SuperVPN offers a simple free way to encrypt your internet activities, but its lack of transparency and feeble copy-and-paste privacy policy tell us that this is an app you should not trust. If you don't care about that, well, good luck. If you do, spend the $0.06-$0.20 a day you'll save with SuperVPN to sign up with a real VPN, instead.

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Virtual Private Network or VPN services including UFO VPN, Rabbit VPN, Free VPN, and four more have been found to have leaked over 1TB of private user information, as per a new report. A report stated that these VPNs exposed a database of user logs and API access records without a password or authentication. A separate report pointed out that UFO VPN was just one of the several VPN service providers that were leaking private information.

At the start of July, Comparitech found that Hong Kong-based VPN provider UFO VPN exposed personal user information like plain text passwords, VPN session secrets, IP addresses, connection timestamps, geo-tags, and device and OS characteristics. The company was informed about the same and more than two weeks later, it reportedly fixed the issue, stating that no information was leaked. The leak affects both free and paid customers and reportedly all users of the service are potentially affected, taking the number to 20 million users. This amounts to 894GB of leaked data.

Following this discovery, vpnMentor found that UFO VPN was not the only one and six others that were seemingly connected to a common app developer and white labeled for other companies were found to be doing the same. These include Fast VPN, Free VPN, Super VPN, Flash VPN, Secure VPN, and Rabbit VPN. Notably, all of these apps claim they do not log any user original IP address or user activity. It was found that a total of 1.2TB of data was leaked.

The good news is that the biggest VPN companies that most people probably use, have not been implicated in this report.

The team at vpnMentor found that the VPNs share an Elasticssearch server, have a single recipient for payments, Dreamfii HK Limited, and share a lot of the assets. They reached out to the various VPN services involved and while some of them did not respond, others stated after several days that the issue had been fixed. Most of these VPN apps are still listed on the Google Play store.

Potential impact of data leak

This data leak could lead to phishing and fraud, blackmail, viral attack, hacking, doxing, and other forms of cybercrimes. Over 20 million people worldwide could have been exposed to this leak. Users are advised change their passwords or to switch to a more secure VPN service provider.


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