We’re always looking for more security, safety, and privacy from our VPN providers. This is why users wanted a double VPN connection for a long time and now they’ve finally got it. We are proud to be among the first ones to share the great news that Surfshark, one of the best VPNs on the market, just introduced its MultiHop feature. Surfshark’s MultiHop option enables you to have to connect via two different VPN servers at the same time. The advantages of such a connection are obvious. And they’re obvious to even those who do not have any technical knowledge whatsoever.
Remember when in movies they’re trying to track someone on a giant monitor and then you see how their location just bounces off different places? Well, this is that but in reality. And since almost all of these tracking services by malicious third parties are automated, it’s quite easy to fool them with a double VPN connection. This means double the safety, security, and privacy of any other VPN solution. Surfshark’s commitment to these goals was proved over and over again.
Finally, we should mention that the MultiHop feature also helps you get better speeds. We won’t get into technical details of how the whole thing functions. Mostly because we don’t want to bore you with unnecessary details but if you want to know more you can read all about it on their website. They’re using something called Software Defined Networking (SDN) to connect their VPN servers to a single, global network. If you want to know more about it, read our comprehensive Surfshark review.
To celebrate this new milestone we have a special offer we have prepared with Surfshark just for The VPN Lab visitors. Get 82% off your subscription plus 2 free months. To understand just how good of an offer this is, you will get a top-quality VPN with a double VPN connection for just $2.30 per month. That’s $60 for 26 months of highest-quality protection from trackers, malware, ads, and all other third parties. Take advantage of this time-limited offer and see for yourself why everybody is talking about VPNs these days.