How to set up a VPN extension for Chrome?
Things to love about Surfshark VPN
extension for Chrome
Strict no-logs policy
We don’t know what you do online when you use our VPN for Chrome. Our strict no-logs policy means no monitoring, no tracking, and no storing.
Have you had enough of ads on Chrome? CleanWeb™ will take care of that - and it will block trackers and malware or phishing attempts, too.
Hide your IP
Your IP can reveal a lot about you, like your city. If you browse with Surfshark on, your real IP address will be hidden and safe from pesky snoopers.
We are committed to always ensuring your privacy online. To keep what you do online private, we use our own DNS on each server that we have.
“To sum up, Cure53 is highly satisfied to see such a strong security posture on the Surfshark VPN extensions, especially given the common vulnerability of similar products to privacy issues.”
Dr. Mario Heiderich,
Founder & CEO of Cure53
Frequently asked questions
Will Surfshark affect my internet speed?
You should be getting about the same speed as you usually do. However, if your ISP throttles your internet speed, you will surf even faster with a VPN on.
Is it illegal to use a Chrome VPN?
Don’t worry, it’s perfectly legal pretty much everywhere in the world.
Is Chrome VPN safe for online banking?
If it’s a free VPN, then it’s potentially dangerous. However, Surfshark was audited and no security issues were found, so you can definitely use it for banking without worrying.
Why shouldn’t I use a free Chrome VPN?
The vast majority of free VPNs cannot be trusted. There have been cases where such extensions harvested their user data, also, a lot of them cannot keep your data safe. It’s not easy or cheap to run a VPN service - and that’s why a good one cannot be always free.