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Cryptocloud VPN (www.cryptocloud.net) is a commercial, consumer-oriented VPN security service. It uses a modified implementation of the OpenVPN toolset to provide TCP-and UDP-based VPN connectivity to customers worldwide. The service has publicly stated that it does not keep user-detail logfiles of its customers' usage of its network. The company posts announcements, technical whitepapers, customer information, and related content at its affiliated discussion forum, cultureghost (www.cultureghost.org).
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[http://www.cryptocloud.net Cryptocloud VPN] is a commercial, consumer-oriented VPN security service. It uses a modified implementation of the OpenVPN toolset to provide TCP-and UDP-based VPN connectivity to customers worldwide. The service has publicly stated that it does not keep user-detail logfiles of its customers' usage of its network. The company posts announcements, technical whitepapers, customer information, and related content at its affiliated discussion forum, cultureghost (www.cultureghost.org).

Revision as of 22:22, 6 May 2009

Cryptocloud VPN is a commercial, consumer-oriented VPN security service. It uses a modified implementation of the OpenVPN toolset to provide TCP-and UDP-based VPN connectivity to customers worldwide. The service has publicly stated that it does not keep user-detail logfiles of its customers' usage of its network. The company posts announcements, technical whitepapers, customer information, and related content at its affiliated discussion forum, cultureghost (www.cultureghost.org).