Hello! Recently, the topic of privacy on the Internet has been increasingly raised. The ubiquitous advice to all users is the use of a VPN, both on public networks and at home. Especially paranoid comrades even recommend using this scheme: first, your traffic comes through VPN No. 1, then leaves it to the Tor network, and leaving Tor, it goes to VPN No. 2, and only at the exit from VPN No. 2 it gets to target site. And back the same way. This is done not only to circumvent any regional restrictions, or to hide data from the provider, but also in order to disguise your IP address so that it does not get to evil hackers and they do not hack your system. I read a lot of articles on this issue, the authors of which have different opinions - from the opinion that knowing IP can hack the system to the opinion that this is impossible. I would like to hear the opinion of advanced users, is it really that knowing only the IP address, a malicious hacker, like in a Hollywood action movie, can already hack a remote computer in a couple of mouse clicks?