Hide your IP with Surfshark
- Stay private while browsing
- Keep your info away from your ISP
- Avoid ISP throttling
- 30-day money-back guarantee
Hide IP address with a VPN
VPNs mask your IP address making it very difficult to link it to your online activity via IP detection. It hides your device’s IP address by replacing it with the IP of the VPN server you chose. You can quickly change your location and have unrestricted and fast access to any website by simply changing the server.
Sign in to your account, or click ‘Get started’ below to create a new one.
Open the Surfshark app on any of your devices & click ‘Connect’.
That’s it! Your IP is hidden and your traffic is encrypted.
Comparing IP hiding methods
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Benefits of hiding IP with Surfshark VPN
Browse any website
Government censorship, GDPR, school or workplace preventing you from going where you want to go? With Surfshark, you can overcome their blocks.
Stream in privacy
Connect to the right server to hide your IP and watch your favorite content privately wherever you are. Choose any of Surfshark’s servers and you’ll be good to go.
The prices for plane tickets, hotels, and so on can be different depending on where you’re logging in from. Change the server and hunt for bargains.
Unthrottle your internet
Some ISPs limit internet bandwidth to be able to serve more customers without investing in infrastructure. A VPN can help you get the speed you paid for and bypass these unfair practices.
Protect your data on the go
Do you travel often or frequently use public Wi-Fi? With the encryption that Surfshark provides, you can use public Wi-Fi without fear of hackers.
Hide your IP on every device
Surfshark comes with unlimited installs, so you can secure every device you own. And if the device doesn’t allow new software to be installed, protect your entire home by putting the VPN client in your router.
Disclaimer: Surfshark does not encourage using a VPN in any way that would potentially violate the law or Terms of Service of other service providers.