ExpressVPN Is Safe From the “Port Fail” VPN Security Flaw


Dear friends of ExpressVPN,

We would like to assure you that ExpressVPN is not affected by the “port fail” vulnerability.

As reported by Engadget, The Register and Security Intelligence, a security flaw was found in several VPN services offering port forwarding.

This vulnerability, dubbed “port fail”, allows attackers to unmask the real IP addresses of customers using VPN services with port-forwarding capabilities.

ExpressVPN does not offer port forwarding, so ExpressVPN’s services are safe from this flaw.

Your privacy and security remain our utmost priority.

Do you have any questions? Please leave them in the comments! You can also reach out to us on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+.

— Your friends at ExpressVPN

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There, there. You are safe!


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