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What is Surfshark VPN?
Surfshark VPN is a popular Edge add-on by Surfshark VPN. This add-on has 162,822 weekly active users and an average user rating of 2.90. The latest version, 3.20.0, was updated a month ago.
By: Surfshark VPN
Rating: 2.90 (68)
Version: 3.20.0 (Last updated: 2023-02-14)
Creation date: 2021-12-06
Manifest version: 2
Risk impact: Very high risk impact
Risk likelihood: Moderate risk likelihood
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Surfshark VPN requires a lot of risky permissions and is not safe to use. Avoid installing this add-on unless you absolutely trust this publisher.
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плагин не подключается, хотя программа отлично работает
Отказывается подключаться, network error. Казалось бы - Россия, все дела. Вот только с IOS всё работает и подключается, а тут - нет
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When it works, it works well, but easily becomes disabled because Windows Defender clearly doesn't like it. I regularly need to uninstall and reinstall, though sometimes that also is difficult. The nearest VPN server for me is in the US, but the default one is to a data center that is heavily protected and so does not allow access to a lot of sites, including Amazon and a host of other common places. I have to choose a non-US location in order to be able to access the web as normal.