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> and anyone who compromises it is in a pretty good position.

You are assuming the VPN host is trusted any more than most people trusts random servers on the internet.




I am, just from my experience in real-life companies. It takes an awful lot of discipline to treat servers as if they were exposed to the public internet when you know full well that they're not.

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