Your IP: 44.192.247.184 • ISP: Amazon.com • Your Status: Unprotected

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WebRTC exposed IP addresses

Your browser is exposing IP addresses to sites that you visit.

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Your private information may be compromised, even if you’re using a VPN.

Private vs. Public IP

DNS is said to be the Domain Name System, and it’s said to be the phonebook of the internet. All the public domains on the internet are connected through DNS servers.

DNS is used to translate the domain name into an IP address for you to see the proper content of a page you are accessing. Since browsers communicate through IP addresses but the users are accessing through domain names, the DNS server comes in.

How Does WebRTC Leak Your Identity?

DNS protects your online anonymity and is responsible for turning IP addresses into domain names. Now imagine your online activity being tracked by an unauthorized entity because your DNS was leaked. A DNS leak can;

  • Compromise your online anonymity and privacy and give the idea of your internet search.
  • Giving unauthorized people the ability to track all your online activity.

Browsers That Are Vulnerable To WebRTC Leaks

Following browsers are vulnerable to WebRTC leaks unless you have a VPN like OysterVPN that has WebRTC leak protection:

Webrtc Safari

SAFARI

Webrtc Brave

BRAVE

Webrtc Opera

OPERA

Webrtc Edge

EDGE

Webrtc Firefox

FIREFOX

Webrtc Chrome

CHROME