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VPN apps insecurely store session cookies in memory and log files

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At least four VPN apps sold or made available to enterprise customers share security flaws, warns the Carnegie Mellon University CERT Coordination Center (CERT/CC).

Virtual private networks (VPNs) are affordable, easy to use, and a vital component in your system. Along with many security features, it ensure the user’s privacy and security. People use VPNs for several reasons, and one of the main reason is security and privacy, as it is used to create a secure, encrypted connection between your system and the server.

What if these VPNs are vulnerable to attackers? At least four VPN apps sold or made available to enterprise customers share security flaws, warns the Carnegie Mellon University CERT Coordination Center (CERT/CC).

The vulnerability was discovered by the researchers at National Defense ISAC and it was later published by CERT Coordination Center.

The National Defense ISAC Remote Access Working Group researchers discovered Multiple VPN applications store the...(continued)

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