What Are TCP and UDP – Basic VPN Protocols Explained

TCP and UDP

Understanding the Differences Between TCP and UDP

TCP and UDP are two of the most fundamental protocols you’ll find in almost any VPN service. Among the many VPN protocols available in ZoogVPN apps, we also offer you the option of using these two protocols. 

So, what is the difference between TCP and UDP? Moreover, is one better than the other? Both protocols have their strengths, weaknesses, and standout features. In this Zlog post, we’ll go over everything you need to know about TCP and UDP, so you always know which one is the better choice depending on your online activities. Read more...

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VPN Jurisdictions Matter – Here’s Why

VPN Jurisdictions

Why VPN Jurisdictions Matter

Even in 2021, there’s still a lot of debate going around the topic of VPN jurisdictions. Many users highly emphasize that the privacy laws of a country in which a VPN is based are the difference maker, while others claim that this is not that important. 

As a service that highly values its users’ privacy, this hot topic prompted us to throw in our two cents and bring this crucial matter to light. In this week’s Zlog, we’ll discuss why VPN jurisdictions matter and how to make sure you choose a privacy-friendly VPN you can rely on. Read more...

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What is Military Grade VPN Encryption?

military grade VPN encryption

What is Military Grade VPN Encryption and Do You Need It?

Many of us have seen top VPN services advertise that their product comes with ‘military-grade encryption’, but what does this mean and do you even need to care about it if you’re a casual VPN user? As a VPN service that uses the highest standard security protocol itself, at ZoogVPN we feel that our users need to know everything about military grade VPN encryption and what it really brings to the table.

How Does Encryption Work?

Encryption has played a big role for thousands of years. With the advancement of modern technology, it always stayed at the forefront of innovation, constantly evolving. While it changed in form and evolved over the course of history, encryption has always worked in the same way. In order to work, encryption needs a safe key that decrypts and encrypts. Without a key that would decipher the encrypted text or algorithm, the encryption would stay Read more...

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