A lot is currently happening at the VPN provider Surfshark and users should know a few things. It has been known for a few days that the provider has reacted to the stricter legislation in India. Now that there is data retention in India, Surfshark has moved its physical servers out of India .

There are still IP addresses in India via virtual servers, but the physical servers for this are in the UK and Singapore.

You can even test out the virtual IP addresses in India risk-free as Surfshark offers a 30-day money-back guarantee.

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Surfshark continues to offer IP addresses for India

Surfshark continues to offer IP addresses for India

In India, companies now have to record customer data for 180 days and then store this data for as long as five years.

The Surfshark Kill Switch and Windows

Based on customer feedback, the VPN provider has decided to bring back the old kill switch for the Windows app. According to its own statements, the company is expanding the emergency stop switch. As a user, you can decide whether you want to use a soft kill switch or a strict kill switch .

Surfshark discontinues IKEv2 for Windows

The IKEv2 VPN protocol is no longer particularly popular on Windows. This is not surprising, since WireGuard is slimmer and also roaming-capable. IKEv2 is used more on mobile devices.

Little will change for you as a user of the VPN. You probably won’t notice if you’re using IKEv2 or WireGuard on Windows.

Try Surfshark kill switch now

Surfshark is among the best VPNs out there. The provider is cheap, has a great app for Android, Windows and other popular operating systems, and allows unlimited simultaneous device connections . You can try the service for 30 days because there is a money-back guarantee.

If you don’t like the service, simply ask for a refund. You will have your money back within a few days.

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