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The ExpressVPN browser extension requires a number of permissions to operate.

On Chrome:

The ExpressVPN Chrome extension permissions screen.

On Firefox:

The ExpressVPN Firefox extension permissions screen.

We only use these permissions for the purposes of providing you with VPN, privacy, and security functionality, such as malware protection, WebRTC blocks, and location spoofing. We do not monitor or collect logs of your activity or your connections. To learn more about our commitment to your privacy, please see the ExpressVPN Privacy Policy.

Below are the detailed permissions we request and what they are used for.

Permission Usage
nativeMessaging Used to securely communicate with the ExpressVPN desktop app.
Privacy Used to prevent WebRTC leaks.
all_urls Used to spoof location requests by websites.
webRequest Used to implement HTTPS Everywhere and Network Lock warnings.
webRequestBlocking Used to implement HTTPS Everywhere and Network Lock warnings.
tabs Used to retrieve the active tab URL when a user wants to report an issue.
notifications Used to show you notifications regarding VPN connection status changes.
storage Used to store internal data needed by the extension to operate.
unlimitedStorage Used to increase the amount of storage the extension can use. We store configuration settings and app status information. This storage can only be accessed by the extension itself. No website or other extension can see it.
cookies Used to implement HTTPS Everywhere.

About requests for permissions

Occasionally, we may need to request additional permissions, and Chrome will ask you to re-enable the extension. These requests are genuine and safe to approve.

  1. Click the exclamation mark icon (!) in the Chrome toolbar and select ExpressVPN for Chrome requires new permissions.expressvpn requires permissions
  2. Click Re-enable.
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