CyberGhost’s 2015 Annual Transparency Report Shows Reduction in Take Down Requests

December 16, 2015

CyberGhost is one of the most popular VPN services that offer you the option to break free from all your privacy and security worries you have while browsing websites on your computer. The company has published its annual transparency report for the conclude year 2015. This report shows that the takedown requests have gone down significantly when compared to last year. There is also a decrease seen in the malicious goings-on seen on the VPN Network.

The DMCA appeals received by CyberGhost VPN have fallen by about 24 percent when compared to 2014. There has been just an average of 6 police requests recorded for a month in 2015. The user base of CyberGhost has risen to 7.5 million by the end of 2015.

There is a huge rise seen in the number of malicious doings on the network. In 2014, malicious activity was only reported on an average of 99 a month. This figure has seen a huge rise of about 310% in 2015. This meant that the average malicious activity detected on the network rose to an average of 407 a month.

CyberGhost says that the there have been many anti-virus and security firms who have reported such huge amounts of malicious activities in their network during the last year.