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What Is an IP Address?
An IP (short for Internet Protocol) address is a unique string of numbers assigned to a device (such as a laptop, phone, tablet, printer etc.) when it connects to the Internet. To put it plainly, an IP address is very similar to a physical address, just that it identifies you online, not offline.
This IP address is kept by your Internet Service Provider (ISP) until you disconnect from the Internet. After the disconnection, you may get a new IP address, although this is not necessarily the rule for every provider. Some ISPs may assign you with the same IP for months or even years, thus rendering you very easily identifiable online.
Bear in mind that your online identity remains assigned to the IP address allocated to you not only during the Internet session, but also for a certain period of time afterwards.
ISPs record and keep your personal data for several months in the event of any requests from the authorities. The data includes the name of the customer logged in, his/her valid IP address at the time of registration, as well as all the websites accessed online.
During an Internet connection without a VPN your privacy is close to zero and it’s only based on the belief that no one is interested in what you have on your computer or that you have nothing to hide – which are both false assumptions.
Change Your IP with CyberGhost and Become Untraceable
How CyberGhost Works
The IP address assigned to you by your ISP is replaced with one from CyberGhost, which you will share with other users, so it will be impossible to be associated with you. Your real IP address, the one from your Internet provider, remains hidden and the pages you access only register the IP address we assign you. You become anonymous. You become untraceable.