Can’t Decide for a VPN? Here are the 4 Best VPN Review Sites to Help you Choose

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The 4 Best VPN Review Sites to Help you Choose the Right VPN Service

As a VPN company that considers user safety and satisfaction as the most important aspect of our service, at ZoogVPN we understand that you want to be as informed as possible when choosing a VPN service, especially if you’re planning to commit for the long run. So, in this week’s Zlog post, we’ve decided to turn the tables and bring you our honest review and opinion of the best VPN review sites available online.

What makes a good VPN Review Site?

Just by typing ‘VPN review’ in your Google search engine, you’ll get hundreds of thousands, if not millions of search results. Of course, you can just go with the top few review sites on your first page, but is there a way you can be sure they’re trustworthy and fair? Here are some of the most important things you should look for: Read more...

What is Manual API Resolution and How to Use It

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How You can Use Manual API Resolution to Access All ZoogVPN Apps

Some networks around the world actively monitor your connection and can entirely block your VPN service and its domain name with a firewall. Luckily, ZoogVPN has features that allow you to go around this issue, by manually configuring an IP address and therefore bypassing this block, with the API serving as the middleman. With this, you can access the ZoogVPN website and its Windows, MacOS, Android or iOS apps in countries where otherwise doing so wouldn’t be possible. In this week’s Zlog post, we’re going to talk about what manual API resolution is and how can you use it to your advantage. Read more...

Project Dragonfly – A Silent Introduction to Censored Search in China

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Google Plans to Create Censored Search in China

Two weeks ago, The Intercept has reported that Google tried to cover up an internal memo regarding its proposed search app for China that would involve heavy censorship. The memo contained information about extensive details about the company’s plans to develop a search engine specifically for censored search in China. This censored Chinese search engine codenamed Dragonfly has received severe backlash not only in Silicon Valley but around the globe.

What is the Dragonfly Project?

The project is essentially a search engine app developed for Android and iOS devices. The search engine would track the location and activities of its users (regardless if they agree or not) and share it with an unnamed Chinese partner who would have unconditional access to all of the information. Not only this, but the unnamed Chinese partner would be able to selectively edit search results, without any control mechanisms in place. Read more...

What’s Pretty Good Privacy and How does it Work?

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Pretty Good Privacy Explained

Pretty Good Privacy is an encryption software created back in 1991 by Phil Zimmerman. Although it is almost three decades old, PGP is still considered as the best encryption program around. It can find its use in encrypting text, video files, email messages or even entire hard drives. PGP is widely used and is considered an essential tool for online security and privacy. That’s why in this week’s Zlog, we’re going to talk about PGP, and how you can use it to make your internet activities more private. Read more...

The Difference between Tor and VPN’s Explained

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What’s the Difference between Tor and VPN’s?

Both VPN’s and Thor are very useful tools for securing your online privacy and maintaining anonymity. In this week’s Zlog post, we’ll talk about the difference between Tor and VPN’s. Not only that, but we will compare them to see how they stack one against another, how they work and the benefits of using one over the other.

What is Tor?

Tor is an independent internet browser that transfers user activities through a secure server channel. It gives its users the internet freedom they can’t have with any other service. Many internet users are confused by the function and purpose of Tor since it’s both an internet browser and a network system. Tor is also called the ‘Dark Web’, due to its capability of masking your history and making it anonymous for ISP’s. Read more...

ZoogVPN – Review by VPNRanks

ZoogVPN Review by VPN Ranks

We are pleased to be reviewed by and once again being recognized as one of leading affordable VPN service providers in the industry. We would like to thank them for the time they took to review our service to provide helpful information to VPN users worldwide.

ZoogVPN pros and consThe key pros mentioned in the review

The review found ZoogVPN’s “key selling proposition” as follows:

“In this ZoogVPN review, we found out that it is easily affordable and this service is very professional when it comes to encryption. Plus, It lets you access to a huge US Netflix library via its servers. Anonymize yourself and safeguard your privacy, it all happens at the speed of light. Read more...

Are Free VPN Services Selling Your Data to Third Parties?

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Are Free VPN Services Collecting and Selling Your Data?

VPN’s are regarded as a secure and safe option for anonymizing your internet traffic and keeping you away from prying eyes. But as is the case with everything, there are good VPN providers and bad ones. This is most noticeable when you’re using a free VPN service. Many free VPN services are secretly saving your private data and sharing them with third parties in order to make a profit. This often leads to the VPN causing you more harm than good. So, how and why do free VPN’s collect and sell your data, and what can you do about it? Continue reading and find out. Read more...

Is your VPN Slow? Here’s How to Make it Faster

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How to Speed up Your Slow VPN

VPN technology can be a very useful online sidekick, but it does limit your online experience in the sense that it will degrade your internet speed to a certain level. This is normal for every VPN service, but when you also have to deal with constant slow connection speeds, speed fluctuations, and connection drops, it can get really frustrating. In this week’s Zlog post, we will share with you some tips on how you can check and improve your internet speed if you’re often suffering from slow VPN connections. Read more...