It seems like people only recently started to understand that internet companies are after their data for a reason – it generates revenue. Fortunately, there are tools to protect your privacy.
Long story short, VPN (virtual private network) is a private, controlled network. Your connection is encrypted, and that’s why it’s difficult for anyone to eavesdrop on your browsing.
Surfshark is a new VPN provider, but it has some significant benefits to offer for those looking to protect their privacy. Surfshark promises next level security – a shield with just one click.
I tried Surfshark and here’s what I got
The first feature to blow my mind was their speed. I found it on Reddit; their speed almost doesn’t affect your internet speed. How is that possible? Well, it turned out it is!
Moreover, VPN for unlimited devices is something I’ve been looking for some time. You can create one Surfshark account and use it to protect all of your devices.
Other features are a standard to power every proper VPN service: a strict no logs policy, zero knowledge DNS, IP masking, AES 256 encryption, IKEv2 and OpenVPN security protocols, WebRTC protection, etc.
However, important to mention, as of now Surfshark only offers proxy extensions for Chrome and Firefox, plus, instructions how to manually configure your router.
After contacting their live support (by the way, it’s 24/7), I was informed Android app is just days away, and Windows, iOs apps are also coming in a few weeks.
Speed. Seriously, it’s incredible
Unlimited devices. One of few providers to allow unlimited simultaneous connections. One account for the whole family? Finally.
Simplicity. Although many VPN providers claim to be easy-to-use, some of the features are kind of hardcore for an average internet user. Surfshark delivers its promise
Low prices + a 30-day money back guarantee. It’s only a few bucks, but it’s still nice to know I get them back in case I change my mind after testing the service
Locations. Only 100+, but as long as the speed is so good, I don’t mind
Number of options. Waiting for those apps.
Who should give Surfshark a try?
I would say anyone who cares about her or his privacy, but that would probably we too generic.
I would recommend Surfshark to anyone who likes streaming online content (like Netflix, Hulu or HBO GO) without any limitations and that super annoying buffering icon.
Also, for families and households where people use more than, say, 6 devices that need protection.