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theinquirer : Opera brings its desktop VPN to the mainstream

Opera brings its desktop VPN to the mainstream

Opera brings its desktop VPN to the mainstream

OPERA SOFTWARE has announced the arrival of its no-log-in VPN service to all users.The company, which recently sold itself to a Chinese consortium for $600m but is trading as a separate concern, has openly tested the service for some time but today marks a hard launch in stable builds.Opera has committed to offering the service as unlimited and free, following on from last year when it described the use of a VPN as a “basic right”.


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Opera debuts free VPN built into desktop browser • The Register

Opera debuts free VPN built into desktop browser • The Register

Opera went live today with a VPN embedded into its desktop browser.Described as “free, no-log and easy to use,” the VPN uses 256-bit AES encryption to connect to one of Opera’s five data centres.With this move, Opera gives a fillip to those who need or want their online privacy.

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Opera makes its VPN service totally free on its desktop browser

Opera makes its VPN service totally free on its desktop browser

Opera makes its VPN service totally free on its desktop browserOnce the darling of mobile browsing, back when our mobile phones were still far from being smart, Opera seems to be making up for lost time and market and hitting both the web browser and mobile markets in new ways.Just last month, the company announced the arrival of its free VPN app on Android and now it’s making a slightly similar move on the desktop.No, it’s not announcing a VPN app per se.


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