An IP address is a unique identifier for a computer on the Internet. It is a number that is used by websites and other servers to identify a particular machine.

Most websites use IP addresses to track the activity of their users. This is done by tracking the IP addresses of users who visit the site, and then using this data to track the activity of these users.

However, Surfshark claims that it does not track or monitor users’ IP addresses. In fact, Surfshark says that it does not store IP addresses at all.

This is an important claim, as it could potentially protect users’ privacy. However, it is not 100% true.

Surfshark does not actually delete IP addresses from its database. Instead, it simply masks them.

This means that the IP address is still recorded, but it is hidden from view.

This is an effective way of protecting users’ privacy, but it is not 100% foolproof.

It is possible for Surfshark to unmask an IP address if it is specifically requested to do so. Furthermore, IP addresses can be tracked even if they are masked by Surfshark.

Therefore, while Surfshark does protect users’ privacy by masking their IP addresses, it is not entirely immune to tracking.