Another US 'Secure' Service Shuts Down: CryptoSeal VPN Goes Dark To Protect Against US SurveillanceTechdirt
Oct. 22, 2013
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The full details here aren't clear, but it looks like another "secure" service based in the US has felt the need to shut down over fears about US surveillance efforts compromising actual security. VPN provider CryptoSeal has announced that it's shuttered the service.