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Surfshark has only recently hit the markets with its VPN, and we need to take a close look at it, see what it’s all about. The welcoming home page assures you that you will regain your privacy and anonymity through their services.
That you’ll get to access any online content safely, and that you’ll absolutely leave no footprints behind you. Are they speaking the truth?
We’re here to find out just that. We’ll be taking a look at their security, performance, customer support, Netflix-unlocking capabilities, pricing, and more.
- Good zero-logging policy that’s furthered by the great jurisdiction – the British Virgin Isles, outside the 14-Eyes Surveillance Alliance
- Torrenting allowed. The default multi-hop server for torrenting activities is the one in Amsterdam
- Unlocks Netflix
- Cheap and affordable
- Unlimited devices
- CleanWeb feature – blocks malware, phishing attacks, adware
- MultiHop feature
- Functional kill-switch
- Unresponsive email customer support, though the live chat completely makes up for it
- No free trial
On a first glance, Surfshark has the appearance of a predatory shark with apex instincts. Let’s see how it behaves on closer analysis.