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Just wandering what protection AirVPN has against timing correlation attacks on the exit servers like ProtonVPN has called secure-core feature ? https://protonvpn.com/support/secure-core-vpn/ Here's a cut from the article on their site and I apologise if theirs already a thread on this but a quick search didn't give me any results. ProtonVPN’s unique Secure Core architecture allows us to protect our users from network attacks that other VPNs cannot defend against. A classic VPN setup involves a client passing traffic through a VPN server en-route to the final destination. If an attacker can get control of the VPN server, or monitor the network of the server, they will be able to match VPN clients with their traffic, nullifying the privacy benefits of the VPN.