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3 More Ways to Hide Your IP
1. Connect to a Proxy Server
A proxy server acts as an intermediary between you and the content you’re requesting. Your identity will be swapped by the proxy’s IP. That’ll hide your IP address and grant you access to geo-blocked websites or platforms.
- You’re assigned a new IP address.
- Access any website no matter your geographic location.
- The proxy server doesn’t encrypt your data.
- Your ISP or government can still watch you.
- Most proxy servers monitor and record your online activity.
2. Use CyberGhost Private Browser
If you want an ad-free experience while online, along with fast speeds and complete anonymity, you can try the CyberGhost Private Browser. This free browser goes a step above Google’s Incognito mode to provide you with complete privacy. Surf your favorite websites without leaving a digital footprint behind and watch as all the data from your session (history, cookies, passwords...etc.) deletes itself the moment you close the browser.
But keep in mind, if you do anything outside the browser window, it won’t be hidden. If you need to open another browser window, you won’t have any protection from snoopers. And for now, thePrivate Browser only works on Windows, MacOS and iOS. It is currently not compatible with Android devices.
3. Join Public Wi-Fi Networks
Public Wi-Fi is accessible for free. When you connect your device to public Wi-Fi, like in a restaurant or coffee shop, you’re assigned a different IP address than the one you have at home. In that sense, the free public Wi-Fi hides your real IP address, replacing it with a new IP from the Wi-Fi network.
But that’s really all public Wi-Fi has to offer. Numerous simultaneous connections make public Wi-Fis unsafe and unreliable. Public Wi-Fi is rarely secured and often exposes your device to malicious attackers and data hijackers.
A VPN Is the Best Way to Mask Your IP
VPN services are designed with privacy in mind. Your VPN app receives your IP address and sends a different one to the website or app you’re trying to reach. So only the connection between the VPN server and your target query shows and you’re out of the equation. So, websites, online apps, your ISP, or even the government see the VPN servers’ IP address instead of yours.
A VPN’s encryption protocols also add a secure layer to protect your data. Instead of being protected only by the secure VPN tunnel that hides your IP, the encryption layer guarantees your online anonymity. Your data becomes illegible if there’s a leak.
CyberGhost VPN’s mission is to ensure online privacy and security for its users. Everything we do centers around these goals.
Here are some of the benefits of using CyberGhost VPN to hide your IP.
Bulletproof Encryption Technology
Benefit from the industry standard, 256-bit AES encryption technology. It’s impossible to crack. The US government uses it to encrypt top secret information. Experts say it takes 13.8 billion years to crack. Needless to say, your data is locked away for good.
Strict No-Logs Policy
We keep our No-Logs policy at the core of all our decisions. That’s why we chose Romania as our headquarters. The country has a long track record of upholding privacy-friendly values.
Romania isn’t a member of data-sharing 5/9/14 Eyes Alliances, so we don’t have any legal obligation to record or share your data. Our No-Logs policy ensures we have zero data to share, and we don’t store it in the first place. You can rest assured that no one will ever know what you’re doing online.
No More Online Tracking
CyberGhost VPN prevents ISPs, advertisers, or governments from monitoring, recording, and analyzing your surfing behaviors.
Start browsing without worrying about cybercriminals, mass surveillance, and online behavior tracking.
Hide My IP on All Devices
The only way to fully mask your internet activity is to make sure you use an encrypted connection provided to you by a VPN. And you need to do this on ALL of your devices. Your computer, smart phone, tablet...everything.
That is why we have VPN apps for Windows, macOS, iOS, Android, Android TV, Amazon FireStick, Linux, and even routers. With just one click, you can hide your IP and become anonymous online.
And wait, there’s more – with one single CyberGhost VPN subscription, you can protect 7 devices simultaneously!
Change Your IP Address & Access the Websites You Love
We have an extensive network of VPN servers, offering blazing fast speeds and unlimited bandwidth.
With over 9100 servers across 91 countries, we provide you with a wide range of IPs to choose from so you can unblock any website you want.
No. But, using a VPN might be illegal in some countries. Some governments like Belarus, Iraq, and North Korea, enforce anti-privacy laws that forbid and punish your VPN use.
You’ll want to change or hide your IP address to avoid being tracked online, content restrictions, government surveillance, data exposure, and to improve your overall digital privacy.
No. An IP address only shows the device you’re using and your general geographic area. It doesn’t pinpoint your exact identity or location.
Go to: whatismyipaddress.com and it‘ll instantly display your IP address, geographical location, city, and country. You can also find it from your device.
- Go to Windows Settings.
- Choose ‘Network & Internet’.
- Select Wi-Fi or Ethernet (depending on your internet configuration). .
- You’re allowed access to geo-blocked websites or streaming channels.
- Click the Apple icon.
- Go to System Preferences.
- Choose ‘Network’.
- Select your connection from the left sidebar.
- Click Advanced/ TCP/IP and you’ll see your IP address.
- Open the Terminal App.
- Enter the public IP command ‘curl ifconfig.me’ or private command ‘ifconfig’.
- Press Enter and wait for your IP to appear. For a private IP, it’ll be to the right of the inet tag.
It depends if you have a dynamic or static IP address.
An ISP usually provides a dynamic IP address for a home network. Dynamic IPs change within a few months or years. They can also change if there’s an interruption between your router and the internet, like when you have a power cut or reboot the system.
Some businesses ask for a static unchanging IP address for security reasons. Individuals can also ask for a static IP but will pay a premium.
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