How can I contact the developers of Opera about a (possible) flaw in its VPN service?

  • I've made a thread about Opera's VPN service a few days ago. Not being able to solve the problem I'd like to contact the developers of Opera about a (possible) flaw in its VPN service without having to open a Twitter account. Any ideas?
    I've used many VPN service providers in the run of the years (and still do) but have never encountered a likewise problem. To me it puts the reputation of Opera at stake.

    Here is my previous thread about the (possible) flaw:

    At the moment I'm abroad but sometimes I watch Dutch TV programs on "uitzendinggemist.nl". Some of these programs can only be seen in the Netherlands and then a VPN comes in handy. But despite my Opera VPN Virtual location is being set in the Netherlands I still get the message from "uitzendinggemist.nl" that I can't watch the program that I want to watch because of "geographical legal restrictions". Actually this is the first time I've ever encountered this problem using a VPN with a virtual location in the Netherlands. Rather disappointing and the question is: how come?

  • You can post here as you already done or you can try commenting on the Desktop Team Blog

    And you could have asked it in your previous topic.

    And it's not necessarily a flaw. Websites may have ways to find out that someone is accessing through a proxy or VPN.

  • You can post here as you already done or you can try commenting on the Desktop Team Blog
    And you could have asked it in your previous topic.
    And it's not necessarily a flaw. Websites may have ways to find out that someone is accessing through a proxy or VPN.

    Maybe I'm a little bit spoiled because I never had this problem before with other VPN service providers, but I expect top-notch quality from a VPN service, even if it's for free. A few minutes ago I used another VPN service provider and it did connect me immediately with "uitzendinggemist.nl".

  • I expect top-notch quality from a VPN service, even if it's for free.

    Then you need to lower your expectations.

  • I expect top-notch quality from a VPN service, even if it's for free.

    Then you need to lower your expectations.

    Yes, true. I certainly have to lower my expectations regarding the Opera VPN service.
    Have a nice day, I'm out.

  • The guy is right. It should do as other clients do.
    On the other hand, Opera's VPN is young and might deserve some patience to develop.

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