ZoogVPN Apps for Android and iOS – Get to know all of the Features

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Many Useful Features of the ZoogVPN apps for Android and iOS

When it comes to privacy and security, it never hurts to do as much as you can to ensure you’re as safe as possible when using the internet. As a quality oriented VPN service, we are always focused on improving our service and offering our users more ways they can protect themselves online. In this week’s Zlog, we’ll take a look at all of the features that make the ZoogVPN apps for Android and iOS in order to get a better understanding of all of the benefits they bring to the user.

ZoogVPN FOR Android and iOS Special Features

As a dedicated and reliable VPN service, we have created apps for both Android and iOS devices. You can download the ZoogVPN mobile apps from the Google Play or Apple App store, completely for free. The apps are extremely easy to use and provide you with a very convenient solution for all of your online privacy and security needs. Both the iOS and Android app come with a set of very useful security features, which include: Read more...

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Why It’s Important to Pick the Best Free VPN for Torrenting

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ZoogVPN – Best Free VPN for Torrenting

Most of us like to download movies and TV shows from the internet, and there isn’t a safer or more private way of torrenting than by using a VPN. However, choosing a reliable and safe free VPN can be a very difficult task, as there are many unsafe and malicious free VPN services out there. That’s why it’s important to pick the right free VPN service that has all of the necessary features. Read this week’s Zlog and find out how you can protect your online activities and torrent in complete privacy with ZoogVPN – the best free VPN for torrenting. Read more...

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HTTPS Is not Enough to Keep You Secure – Here’s Why

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Why HTTPS Is not Enough to Keep You Secure

Most internet users identify HTTPS with absolute security, but this often is not the case. In 2019, the average volume of encrypted internet traffic far exceeds the average volume of unencrypted traffic. This is commendable, as it shows that most internet consumers are aware and concerned about their online security and privacy. But, it also brings up a question – is HTTPS on its own enough to keep you safe online? In this week’s Zlog we will try to give an answer to this persistent question. Read more...

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Facebook’s Privacy Compromised Again – ZoogVPN Blog

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Facebook Suffers Another Major Breach

Over half a billion Facebook user data records were leaked after another security breach that happened recently. Even though Facebook promised to amp up security and privacy measures, this was yet another third-party related scandal that made the news in the last few days. Read this week’s Zlog edition and find out how and why this happened.

History Repeats Itself with Major Privacy Breach

Over 530 million unique user entries were compromised after it was discovered that websites and third-party partners stored their data on unsecured servers. This information was recently revealed by the security researchers from the renowned cybersecurity firm UpGuard. The exposed records include everything that the users shared with the website, including their passwords, names but also all of their likes, comes and interests. Read more...

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Can a VPN Get Hacked?

Can a VPN get hacked?

Can Your VPN Service Get Hacked?

VPNs are advertised as one of the most reliable tools for everyone who wants to protect their privacy online. But, can these useful online sidekicks be hacked and if so, how can this happen? Read this week’s Zlog post and find out.

How does a VPN Work?

Before we get into the details and talk about if and how can a VPN get hacked, it’s important to understand how a VPN works. A VPN protects your network connection by establishing a virtual tunnel through a remote server. This is done through a set of different VPN protocols. Most reputable VPN providers give their users a chance to choose between several protocols, most notably PPTP, L2TP, IKEv2 and OpenVPN. Read more...

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