VPNalyzer is an interdisciplinary research project from the University of Michigan that aims to analyze the VPN ecosystem
VPNalyzer consists of three parallel efforts: large-scale quantitative and qualitative user studies, a cross-platform desktop tool for users to test the security and privacy features of their VPN connection, and qualitative studies surveying VPN providers.
Our goal with the VPNalyzer project is to advance the public interest, inform practical regulations and standards, enforce accountability and empower consumers to find more trustworthy VPN products.
We are a group of computer science researchers at the University of Michigan who design and deploy scalable techniques and systems to protect users’ Internet experience.
We conduct systematic, data-driven studies to investigate security, and privacy issues in the VPN ecosystem and aim to bridge the gap between its various stakeholders.
VPNalyzer includes the Npcap Windows packet sniffing (and sending) library with permission from The Nmap Project.
For questions about our work, reach out to the team at firstname.lastname@example.org
The VPNalyzer project is done by a group of computer science researchers at the University of Michigan