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How Is My IP Address Hidden with a VPN?
When you go online, you share your IP address with every website you go to – search engines, news outlets, banking services…etc. The website sees your unique 7-digit code and can tell exactly who you are, where you are coming from, and can track what you are doing.
When you use a VPN, websites will see the IP address assigned to you by the VPN and not your actual IP. And most websites won’t even know that you changed your IP, they will just think you are a different user.
Hide Your IP on Any Device
No matter if you are browsing on your PC or Mac, mindlessly scrolling on your iOS or Android device, or looking to strengthen the security on your gaming console or Smart TV, CyberGhost VPN has an app for that. And you can connect up to 7 devices simultaneously, ensuring your IP remains hidden no matter what device you are on.
Pro Tip: Install CyberGhost VPN on your router. Every device connected to your router will have instant digital anonymity. (And it only counts as one device!)
You might be geographically located in one country, but maybe you don’t want prying eyes to know that. With CyberGhost VPN, you can choose from 7000+ servers in 90 locations worldwide. Our global fleet of servers is backed by state-of-the-art encryption standards, virtually unbreakable even by today’s supercomputers. With any server you choose, you receive multiple-layered protection for your digital life.
Many governments across the globe restrict what their citizens are allowed to see and do online. China is one of the leading examples. (It’s not called the Great Firewall of China for nothing!) Many also use the internet as a tool to spy on communications.
Companies track your digital footprint for consumer research. They want to know about your browsing habits so they can display ads they think you would be interested in. They also sell that data to third parties.
Internet Service Providers (ISPs)
Your ISP is legally allowed to track your activity and store it. T hey turn this data over to the authorities when asked to do so and sell it to third parties. They can also throttle your internet connection if you hit a certain data limit, or at specific times of day if you do bandwidth-heavy activities, such as streaming.
Social Media Websites
Hackers love exposed data. Leaving your IP address out in the open makes you an easy target for man-in-the-middle, DDoS, and brute-force attacks. They can steal your personal information and install malware. In worst-case scenarios, they can frame you for illegal activity.
All search engines are the same – it doesn’t matter if you use Google, Bing or any other, they all log your searches to show you more targeted ads as well as tailor your results. Yes, you could clear your cookies, but you would have to remember to do it after every single search.
Remain 100% Anonymous Online with CyberGhost VPN
The internet has grown increasingly frustrated over the years as marketers, websites, and hackers take advantage of your online activities. Download CyberGhost VPN and enjoy the internet the way that it was meant – free from prying eyes.