Opera adds native, free, unlimited VPN service to browser

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Opera today announced the addition of a native, unlimited and free VPN client to their browser. Previously additional software was required to connect to a VPN.

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Well, at least this, contrary to the news presented for Edge (edge of oblivion?), seems to be true innovation :clap: - I have not used Opera for years, but this may actually require a testrun or three :flower:

Hmmm… sounds interesting. :cool:

If I ever get the any of the spare time I’m always looking for I might give this one a blast myself. :slight_smile:

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Of course, FreeVPN.ninja, and VPNBook are both good VPN providers, and are both 100% free. You don’t need to install any software to use them, since they both support PPTP (although installing OpenVPN is still a good idea, since PPTP’s encryption is ancient), and both claim to not log their users’ activities. No proprietary web browser required.

PS: if you need a third-party DNS, as seems to be the case when on GNU/Linux machines that manage OpenVPN connections with older versions of network-manager, you can go here for a DNS server that also claims not to log users. I assume it doesn’t matter if the DNS server logs users, since they are hidden behind a VPN anyway, but for me it’s the principle of the matter.