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The war against online privacy continues - 3 bulletproof VPN services were closed
Law enforcement agencies in the US, France, Switzerland, Germany, and the Netherlands conducted a joint operation Nova, aimed at shutting down three VPN services, that were used by hackers to conduct web skimming, phishing, and account hijacking.

As a result of the operation, the following services were closed: Insorg VPN, Safe-inet VPN, and more. Soon, the new landing-pages appeared on the sites, informing about the arrest of domains.
All services have been running for more than a decade, and investigators believe they were operated by the same person or group of people. However, so far, no charges have been brought against the operators of VPN service

Representatives of the US Department of Justice and Europol said that the listed VPN providers helped to disguise the real identities of ransomware hackers, worked with Magecart groups (web skimming), phishers, and hackers involved in the seizure of other people’s accounts.

Source: https://bitcoinfog.io/law-enforcement-officers-closed-3-bulletproof-vpn-services/

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