What Is My IP?

Your IP address can be easily determined.
Your online activity can also be seen by your Internet Service Provider or anyone else who is monitoring your connection.

What is an IP address?

An IP address is like an address on the Internet that is assigned to devices on a network, such as smartphones and PCs. To browse pages on the Internet or send and receive e-mail, it is necessary to identify the source and destination of data, and the IP address is the number used for this identification. When sending and receiving data over a network, an IP address is used to designate the party with whom you are communicating.

Internet service providers assign a numeric label called an Internet Protocol (IP) address to identify your device among billions of devices.

Why you should change
your IP address

Even everyday Internet connections, such as surfing the web, playing games, social networking sites, and watching content, are subject to online threats, and establishing a VPN connection can help you avoid such concerns.

  • Dedicated IP address

    You can get a dedicated IP for secure access to your business server and online shopping payments.
    You can also get virtual locations all over the world.

  • Improved security

    Provides additional protection from other online threats. Protects you from unwanted ads and tracking.
    Enjoy a more secure Internet.

  • Hide connection area

    Protect your identity by connecting to an encrypted private VPN server. Your IP and location will be hidden online so that no one (not even us) will be able to see what you are doing online.

  • Online Privacy Protection

    Ensure a private and secure connection even on public Wi-Fi. Use it on all our devices and stay safe at home or on the go.

Public vs. private IP addresses

Let’s take a home network as an example. It is made up of computers, cell phones, tablets, and any other devices on the router. When these devices connect to the Internet, they use the public IP address assigned to the router.

The router assigns a private IP to each device on the network so that the devices can identify and find each other. When these devices connect to the Internet, their private IP addresses remain hidden and only the router’s public IP address is visible. And a public IP address can tell a lot about you. A simple IP search can reveal your location, your ISP, or even help track your identity.

Examples of information that could be known to
others from a private IP address

In fact, your IP address reveals more than you think. In fact,
it can reveal the following information by itself:

  • Country
  • Prefecture or State
  • City
  • Zip Code
  • Browser browsing history
  • Cookies
  • metadata

To take a familiar example, have you ever surfed the Internet and seen an advertisement for a product you saw a few days ago? This is the result of companies and marketers collecting data from your online activities, and this kind of information is collected by various companies, governments, and others.