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A simple tool that displays your current IP address information.
The information provided is Your IP, City, Region, Country, Country Code, Internet Service Provider, Latitude and Longitude.
Ideal tool to check your real IP against your IP when switching to a VPN.
When you use a Virtual Private Network (VPN), your online activities are encrypted and your internet traffic is routed through the VPN server instead of your local internet service provider (ISP). As a result, it can be difficult to track your online activities and IP address back to your physical location.
However, it is possible for your IP address to be tracked through a VPN in certain circumstances. For example, if you use a VPN service that logs your internet traffic, your IP address could potentially be traced back to you if the VPN provider were to disclose its logs to a third party. Additionally, if you use a VPN that does not offer strong encryption or has security vulnerabilities, your online activities could potentially be intercepted and tracked by hackers or other malicious actors.
It's important to choose a reputable VPN provider that offers strong encryption, a no-logs policy, and other security features to ensure that your online activities and IP address are protected. It's also worth noting that using a VPN does not provide complete anonymity online, and there may be other ways to track your online activities and identity, such as through cookies, browser fingerprinting, or social media profiles.