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The Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) stands for Internet Protocol Version 6. It was created to take the place of IPv4, which is the existing internet protocol (IP).
While some ISPs and servers support IPv6, the vast majority of websites continue to use IPv4. As a result, you may have issues such as IPv6 leakage. If your ISP supports IPv6, for example, you will receive both IPv4 and IPv6 from them. However, assume you wish to go to Google, which only allows IPv4 traffic. In this situation, your device’s request to Google’s server will include both your IPv4 and IPv6 addresses.
IPv6 leaking can be dangerous since it can betray your identity without you even realizing it. However, the extra work you put in to protect yourself before an unauthorized individual or team tracks or records your personal information is never in vain; it always pays off.
OysterVPN’s IPv6 Leak Protection is designed to protect your online traffic from the eyes of hackers, trackers, and other spying entities, ensuring that you maintain total online anonymity. Most VPNs have IPv6 leak vulnerabilities, which expose the user’s true online identity. OysterVPN assures that your true identity is never revealed by: