What is my IP address?
172.71.222.241
Alert Your status: UNPROTECTED
My IP address location: United States of America, Virginia, Ashburn
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Your IP: 172.71.222.241 Your status: Unprotected

What is an IP address?

An IP (also known as Internet Protocol)
An IP (also known as Internet Protocol) address is a unique numerical label that your device is assigned by your internet service provider. In a virtual world, an IP address serves as a digital home address, allowing devices to identify and communicate with one another over the internet.
Wondering how data finds its way to your destination on the internet?
Wondering how data finds its way to your destination on the internet? Picture this: when you type a website name like example.com into your browser, your computer, which understands only numbers, first uncovers the site's IP address (example.com = 103.86.98.1). It then locates it on the web and loads it onto your screen.

Why you should change your IP address

Privacy and Security
Privacy and Security
Once you spoof your IP address, online trackers lose the ability to monitor your online activity, resulting in enhanced online anonymity.
Wondering how data finds its way to your destination on the internet?
Geographical Restrictions
By changing your IP address, you open the door to accessing geo-restricted content, including a myriad of previously unavailable streaming services.
Wondering how data finds its way to your destination on the internet?
Network Restrictions
Changing your IP can bypass network restrictions in places like schools, workplaces, or public Wi-Fi networks, allowing you to access desired content.

Frequently asked questions

No, you shouldn’t be worried about someone taking your IP address, unless you haven’t been acting safe online. Initially, only you and other users on the same device could use your IP address. However, if cybercriminals gain entry to your device, they can exploit your IP address to engage in criminal activities.