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Most people who’ve used it, I imagine, are safe. But delete it, and quick! If you want to see the proof he mentions there’s a download link in his post. This is as of August 30th, so it’s not likely to be well documented anywhere yet, especially for as popular (and renowned) as Ultrasurf is. Scary stuff! May 10, · In short, yes, Ultrasurf is safe to use. Ultrasurf works by tunneling your entire traffic through their secure and encrypted TLS tunnel. On Android, it essentially works like any other VPN application and secures you by hiding your real IP address and giving you a new one.9/ Ultrasurf rather than a vn is considered close to a proxy so it should not affect the speed of users much. That’s why we have reviewed several speed tests that have been done over time in order to get to the truth. UltraSurf not only impressively tested a free service, but Estimated Reading Time: 6 mins.
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Most people who’ve used it, I imagine, are safe. But delete it, and quick! If you want to see the proof he mentions there’s a download link in his post. This is as of August 30th, so it’s not likely to be well documented anywhere yet, especially for as popular (and renowned) as Ultrasurf is. Scary stuff! Ultrasurf rather than a vn is considered close to a proxy so it should not affect the speed of users much. That’s why we have reviewed several speed tests that have been done over time in order to get to the truth. UltraSurf not only impressively tested a free service, but Estimated Reading Time: 6 mins. Ultrasurf is a free software that enables users to visit websites safely and freely through a secure, encrypted tunnel. Please read this carefully to understand what protection Ultrasurf provides, as well as what the limitations and the potential risks are if not used properly.
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Register or log in – lost password? BentlyTCow Member. Security Completely transparent data transfer and high level encryption of the content allow you to surf the web with high security. Freedom UltraSurf allows you to overcome the censorship and blockage on the Internet. You can browse any website freely, so as to obtain true information from the free world. This is mostly used in countries where internet censorship is still big, China, for instance. What they don’t tell you is that they certainly do all that they say, but they also come along for the ride.
The below information was released at Black Hat ’09, a security convention held every year in Las Vegas, summed up by one of the people who spoke on the matter link to his original post below :.
They give you a 1-hop proxy but use your system to launch attacks against financial institutions, government and energy websites, education, etc.
Imagine if someone with a sensitive US position used ultrasurf. Suddenly their military login has been compromised. Not likely? They’ve been around twice as long as tor, and this exact thing happened on tor last year see dan egerstadt. It gets better, any site you visit using the program, the turn off SSL cert checking so they can perform MITM and watch your entire session and logins.
It is also capable of auto-updating, and spiders into your system when you install it, capturing not only IE but now Firefox and DNS and most other traffic. So everything you are doing, they have access to and may be logging and using against you. They are likely run by by a private chinese intelligence firm to monitor dissidents and us citizens while attacking critical infrastructure in the USA and Taiwan.
We have proof, wireshark logs, video, live audit, and a list of their attack patterns. Special thanks to Moxie Marlinspike for assistance. When you don’t, it doesn’t. That way it’s evil behaviors go undetected and you only get notices that would coincide with things you are already doing on your computer.
So what does this mean? If you’ve been using it or even if you have it installed, delete it. Most people who’ve used it, I imagine, are safe. But delete it, and quick!
If you want to see the proof he mentions there’s a download link in his post. This is as of August 30th, so it’s not likely to be well documented anywhere yet, especially for as popular and renowned as Ultrasurf is. Scary stuff! Is nothing sacred? I never just surfed with it. I will be looking forward to see what has happened when I get back. It doesn’t have an installer, it’s just a thing that sits there until you activate it so if it’s a worm or whatever, is deleting it enough once it’s been used?
It’s very interesting to see how it works. In the proof he mentions there’s a video of the complete operation, from downloading it, running it and closing it. He’s monitored network connections with Wireshark and sysinternals, and registry changes with Spybot. It makes changes when it opens, including monitoring and retransmitting connections, and then changes everything back when it closes, leaving no visible trace unless you’re watching it happen.
Maybe even fewer. But it’s always watching and recording what you do, just in case you do anything of interest. It must be a big and well-funded organization to need such a small percentage of success. In the video he’s basically just sitting there watching the connections opening and he closes them.
He’s not browsing, not doing anything, but Sysinternals shows that dozens of connections are being made and closed the entire time Ultrasurf is open, including bank and college websites. How many different connections do you actually need to go to a single website? Forgot to mention above: I believe once it’s deleted it’s gone, as it does all its changes on the fly. But I’m not positive. Again, they don’t seem interested in volume damage, but quality and anonymity. Unfortunately it’s a lot more than I understand about security and networking, but something doesn’t seem right..
I’ll be keeping an eye on that forum to see how things develop, but still.. RSS feed for this topic. Giveaway of the Day Forums Register or log in – lost password?
Username Password. Remember me. Back to Giveaway of the Day. Giveaway of the Day Forums » Software Talks. Anyone using Ultrasurf? It’s malware BTC, thanks. I know I have recommended it here a few times. Sorry, but it came highly recommended.
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