ZoogVPN Black Friday & Cyber Monday 2019 event runs from Nov 17th 2019 to Dec 3rd 2019. Any recurring subscriptions purchased will be recurring for life.
We are happy to be reviewed by one of the new review sites – VPNandGo.com and once again being recognized as one of leading complete VPN service providers in the industry. We appreciate the time they took to review our service while providing helpful information to VPN enthusiasts worldwide.
The key pros mentioned by the review include the following:
- Maximum privacy & security with 256-bit encryption, DNS and IPV6 leak protection
- Safe torrents downloads on dedicated servers
- US, UK, Canada, India, Germany and India Netflix
- No logs VPN
- Fast VPN
- User-friendly and easy-to-use proprietary apps for Windows, macOS, iOS and Android
- Own DNS servers
- OpenVPN, L2TP/Ipsec, IKEv2 and PPTP VPN protocols
You can read the Full Review here.
VPNandGo.com provides information regarding VPN services and internet privacy in general.
We hope that this review will be useful for anyone considering to join our quality VPN service.
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.
We’re happy to announce that we’ve released a new major ZoogVPN app update v5.3 with introduction of a ZoogVPN Shadowing feature for Windows. To download new version go to VPN for Windows page.
What is ZoogVPN Shadowing?
We believe that everyone from around the world should be able to use our VPN service and connect to our VPN server locations. Some countries or firewall have a very strong censorship whereby the use something called Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) to identify the use of VPN and prevent VPN from connecting.