- Use Cases
While you use a VPN service for privacy and security, some VPN providers keep your logs on their servers. The logs might contain your real IP address, and the websites you visit. It makes your data vulnerable and creates a lot of risks. If VPN servers are seized by authorities or handed over by data thieves, they will be able to link everything back to users, so your private information can be revealed.
Selling user data to third parties is a lucrative and well-known business. Large VPN providers have a lot of data about users, so they can sell it anytime to anyone. Who knows where your data goes to the wrong hands.
When you use a VPN you expect your data to be private. This is the basic principle of VPN. If the provider keeps any logs, it can't be private by default because it's shared at least with a VPN provider. Do you trust them well enough? Here at ZoogVPN, you don't need to trust us to use our service. We don't keep any logs on you to ensure you have a complete privacy and security online.
We take your privacy very seriously and as such do not keep any logs. Logs can easily link actions back to you, and some VPN providers sell these on to 3rd parties. We simply don't keep any logs, so we can't sell any.
ZoogVPN is headquartered in Greece that doesn't require us to keep any VPN logs. On top of that, Greece isn’t a part of the 14-Eyes international intelligence-sharing alliance. The countries within Five, Nine, and Fourteen eyes alliances exchange information collected through a variety of means with each other upon request. Since ZoogVPN is located outside these alliances, your data is hidden even from unwanted eyes.
Sometimes VPN providers receive data requests and notices from different organization and government representatives. Even though their pressure might be tight, our answer is always the same - "we can't provide you with any data because we don't have it at all".
If you subscribe to the Premium ZoogVPN plan, your account will be automatically activated after the payment is done. If you are on a free plan and don't feel comfortable activating your account with an email address, you can use a disposable one.
It depends on your needs. If you are serious about security, we recommend going with OpenVPN (TCP). If you want to achieve the best speeds possible, IKEv2 and OpenVPN (UDP) are the best solutions. Anyway, IKEv2 and OpenVPN have never been compromised.