Why the NordVPN Server Breach is More Serious Than It’s Presented to Be

NordVPN server breach

An Objective Look at the NordVPN Server Breach

Last week, the internet blew up with the news regarding the NordVPN server breach that occurred in March of last year. The company immediately addressed the problem and issued a statement that no customer data was affected or stolen. With that being the case, we didn’t want to get deeper into the subject, but one thing prompted us to address this occurrence.

In the days that followed this news, several media outlets and NordVPN itself tried to put a positive spin on this, saying that it only helped the company to strengthen its security and provide a better service. But, there are many reasons why last year’s NordVPN server breach is more serious than it’s presented to be in public. And, in this week’s Zlog post, we will go over the biggest ones. Read more...

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Are VPNs Dying Out?

VPNs dying out

Are VPNs Facing Possible Extinction?

Ever since the early beginnings of VPN services in the mid-90s, people have been saying that these privacy tools don’t have the capabilities to survive the challenges future tech advancements will bring into the online world. While these types of claims will always be present no matter what, this topic also enticed us to take a look at the future of VPN services. In this week’s Zlog, we’re going to take a look at the weaknesses of VPN services, the chances of VPNs dying out, and what it would mean if it comes to this. Read more...

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ZoogVPN Windows v5.3 released – ZoogVPN Shadowing

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.

Bypass strong firewalls with ZoogVPN Shadowing on Windows

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. Read more...

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Is FaceApp as Bad as they’ve Presented it to be?

FaceApp

Does FaceApp Deserve the Rep It’s Getting?

Recently, the FaceApp Challenge took the world by storm, with hundreds of millions of users have been adding decades to their appearance using FaceApp’s age filter. However, researchers and experts all around the world have raised their voices in concern that this app could present a big risk for the user’s privacy. In this week’s Zlog, we will talk about possibly danger users are in based on the current evidence, in order to determine if this face editing and face recognition app is as bad as its presented to be in the recent few weeks. Read more...

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