Your current IP address is . The above IP is your public WAN (Wide Area Network) IP address. This IP address is a numeric label that is assigned to your device in order for other computers to send information to it. IP addresses by themselves do not have any personal […]

How do IP address trackers work?

The primary purpose of IP tracking is to identify an IP address when a device connects to a network or another device. Without this information, a network or a remote device that receives a connection request would not be able to communicate with the connecting device. The IP address tracking […]

Who can see and track my IP address?

When you send emails, post on web forums, use instant messengers or access any online services – your computer’s IP is logged by the computer receiving your communication requests. This is an essential step that cannot be avoided and contributes to various technical, security, and privacy aspects. Depending on the […]

Why does my IP address change?

Every time people establish a new connection with their broadband Internet Service Provider’s (ISP) account either using a wired home/business connection or a wireless connection, the ISP’s network assigns an individual Internet Protocol to them. This is necessary for any computer in order to connect to the web and so […]

How is IPv4 different from IPv6?

IPv6 address format is the successor to IPv4, which is the initial IP address format standard. The primary difference with IPv6 address is its availability. It also provides additional features, such as simplified IP address assignment, network renumbering, and IP announcements for the router nodes. While the 32bit IPv4 address […]

What is an IP address?

An IP is an abbreviation of Internet Protocol. IP serves a role of a digital computer identification number that is assigned by a network it’s connected to. Without an IP address, networking and IP tracking would not be possible. An IP address can be considered a digital address of internet-connected […]