Is ZoogVPN Safe? Just how Secure is ZoogVPN?

Is ZoogVPN safe?

Is ZoogVPN Safe? – Everything You Need To Know About Our VPN Service

Many of our customers often reach out to us before signing up to ask just how secure is ZoogVPN and if it can keep them safe and private when using the internet. This is a completely valid and important question that should be talked about on a regular basis. As a VPN dedicated to providing a secure and trustworthy service, we want our users to be aware of every security aspect ZoogVPN brings to the table. That’s why, in this week’s Zlog post, we’ll go over all of the security features in order to answer the question – is ZoogVPN safe?

Privacy-Oriented

The biggest reason why most online users use VPN services, and ZoogVPN in particular, is to keep their online information private and safe from the outside world. This is because ZoogVPN is completely devoted towards ensuring total privacy to our users. To ensure your privacy and confidentiality, we employ a strict no logs policy. This means that we don’t log, monitor or store anything you do online when connected to one of our ZoogVPN servers.

Anyone who tries to monitor your online activities won’t be able to link anything back to you. Our business is registered in Greece, outside the 14-eyes country legislations to make sure your privacy is guaranteed under all circumstances. We also feature a warrant canary on our site, to inform our customers that we’ve never been the subject of any government investigation or have received any warrants.  

Military-grade Encryption

In last week’s Zlog post, we talked about how military-grade encryption can make a huge difference in protecting your online privacy and anonymity. There aren’t many VPNs that employ this level of encryption on their servers, even though it has proven to be the most effective way of protecting user information. This is where the question of ‘is ZoogVPN safe’ holds most of its validity and the answer to it is fairly simple. When it comes to security, we use a 256-bits key with 14 numbers of hashes. Currently, there are no recorded cases of someone reading correctly through Advanced Encryption Standard 256-bit encrypted data.  

Reliable and Flexible Protocols

While this won’t make a huge difference if you’re a beginner or casual VPN user, it is very important to experienced VPN users who like to tailor and customize their VPN service. ZoogVPN offers its members to use the following protocols:

  • OpenVPN UDP 1194/TCP 443
  • L2TP/IPsec
  • PPTP
  • IKEv2

Each of these has its own set of characteristics and offers different levels of security, speed and reliability. This allows you, the user to choose how you want your ZoogVPN service to look like. To you prefer speed and performance, or are you super privacy conscientious and want to use the slower but more secure protocol. On top of this, ZoogVPN is one of the rare few VPN providers who offer the Socks5 proxy and use their own DNS servers.

24/7 Customer Support

When all is said and done, besides all of the security and privacy features our service offers, its also important to know that you have someone you can rely on at any time of day and night. If you run into any issues or have any inquiries about our service, you can rest assured in knowing that you will be well taken care of, as we offer a 24/7 customer support service you can reach out to via live chat, through email or by submitting a ticket.

ZoogVPN – Providing A Secure and Confidential VPN Service since 2013

We hope that you found this week’s Zlog useful and that it helped you understand closer who we are and what we stand for. ZoogVPN has been a reliable choice of many VPN users over the years, providing them with complete internet freedom and privacy anywhere in the world. If you were looking to sign up and wanted to find out just how safe ZoogVPN is or if you’re already a subscribed member who just wanted to learn more about our service, hopefully, you found out useful information about our service that will come in handy sometime down the road. Stay tuned next week for more privacy news, updates and tips on how to stay safe online.