How to Stop Amazon’s Alexa From Listening In On You

Stop Amazon’s Alexa From Listening In On You

Fear that Amazon’s Alexa is Listening In On You? Here’s How to Stop It

 Since the beginning of 2019, almost every major news outlet has reported that Amazon Echo, better known as Alexa, is listening in on you all the time. This has stirred up a lot of attention among privacy advocates all around the globe and shed light on two other companies that have also been accused of similar tactics – Facebook and Google. Seeing that this is a topic of extreme importance, here at ZoogVPN, we decided to put all of our efforts into researching the depths of this subject to find out the truth about these recently-developed events. Read more...

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How to Choose the Best ZoogVPN Price Plan For Your Online Activities

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What ZoogVPN Price Plan Best Suits Your Needs

You’re on the lookout for a new VPN service, and you’ve come across this page. This is great, because you’ve come to the right place! VPN services like ZoogVPN offer you a ton of benefits, but how do you decide which price plan is best suited for your budget and online activities? In this week’s Zlog, we will help you choose the best ZoogVPN price plan for your online needs so that you can enjoy unrestricted, uncensored and completely private internet.

What’s the best ZoogVPN Price Plan for Me?

At ZoogVPN, we offer a total of four subscription plans, three of which are based on a paid membership program and a free membership plan. The free subscription plan is a great way to test our services for an unlimited period without any hidden costs or fees. Of course, the free plan comes with limited bandwidth and P2P file sharing and a smaller number of supported VPN servers. When it comes to the paid subscription plans, you can choose between the 1-month, 6-month and 2-year plan. Unlike the free membership plan, the paid packages offer you unrestricted access to the BBC iPlayer, several versions of Netflix, ITV Hub and many other region-locked sites. Read more...

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Protect Your Business from Ransomware

In the digital age, the terms cybercriminals and ransomware have become household names. Most cybercriminals use ransomware to demand payment of any sort from the owners of the data that they hold hostage. The payment that cybercriminal usually accepts is fiat currency, crypto coins, or other forms. Businesses keep important personal information of their customers, and they know how important it is to make sure that their data is safe and secure. It is possible to put their customers’ data in danger when their security is breached. Read more...

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The Three Biggest Data Breach Scandals of 2019

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The Three Biggest Data Breaches of This Year

At the beginning of the year, we’ve gone over the biggest privacy leaks and data breach scandals that occurred in 2018. Now that the first half of 2019 has already passed, we wanted to take a look back at the biggest data breaches that happened so far this year. So, let’s get right into it with the largest data breach, which occurred at the very beginning of the year.

Collections #1 Data Breach

Collection #1 is the name given to the sets email addresses and passwords that became public on the dark web back in January of 2019. When it was discovered by Troy Hunt, an online security researcher, it became the largest data breach on the internet, numbering in over 2.7 billion email/password pairs. Collection #1 was publicly available to any internet-goer and was temporarily open for everyone at no cost. Read more...

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