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from http://lifehacker.com/ 204 days ago

A study by researchers from Data61/CSIRO, UC Berkeley, UNSW Sydney, and UCSI finds that several popular VPN services on Android open up a variety of security holes, including injecting JavaScript for ads and tracking services, traffic redirection to commerce sites, and more.

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