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Setting up a VPN on your iPhone or iPad (iOS)

Using a VPN allows you to access content regardless of your location. To set up a private network on your own iOS iPhone, you need to follow some simple guidelines. First of all, you need to choose a VPN, and we offer you ZorroVPN. Next, you need to: Open the official website of the company. […]

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What is the deep web?

How to Access the Dark Web in Easy Steps – 2020 | Zorro VPN You can find anything over the Internet, can’t you? But what should you do if you need to search for something secret and clandestine? For that, dark web should be used. How to use dark web from your device? Read on […]

Setting up a VPN on your iPhone or iPad (iOS)

Using a VPN allows you to access content regardless of your location. To set up a private network on your own iOS iPhone, you need to follow some simple guidelines. First of all, you need to choose a VPN, and we offer you ZorroVPN. Next, you need to: Open the official website of the company. […]

How To Know If Your Phone Is Hacked | Zorro VPN?

A smartphone plays an important role in every person’s life. It stores valuable information: photos, videos, contacts, and so on. This data may be hacked. Therefore, it is important to prevent your personal phone from being hacked – for that, you should be aware of how to detect the spyware and apps find my phone […]

Is there Any Reason to Use a VPN at Home? Quite possibly. Here’s why

Why do I need a VPN?  Before installing a VPN, you need to figure out what kind of program it is. You need it to mask the IP address of your devices – a phone, a tablet, a laptop. If you use a VPN, the provider will think that you are in a different place […]

The ten most famous hacker attacks in history

August 7, 2014 A group of Russian hackers made the largest hacker attack in history. The reason was, they have stolen more than four billion accounts. The protected information connects with 500 million email addresses. Hackers went into databases of 420 thousand sites and FTP-servers.  Mitnick and the Pentagon, 1983 In this paragraph, we will […]