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WebRTC Leak Test

Test if WebRTC is enabled in your browser and leaks your real IP address.

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What is WebRTC?

What is WebRTC?

WebRTC or Web Real-Time Communication gives web browsers the power to communicate directly without a third-party server. This means faster speeds and response times when browsing the internet. This is important for things such as live streaming on services like Twitch, or any other service that relies on speed and ping times.

What is a WebRTC leak?

What is a WebRTC leak?

In order for WebRTC to work, it needs to know your public IP address. It uses your IP address so that it can identify each client in a WebRTC interaction. Without the use of VPN, it could be the case that your real IP address is being leaked to websites, and this could be to malicious sites, and you would be none the wiser.

Are all browsers vulnerable to WebRTC leaks?

Are all browsers vulnerable to WebRTC leaks?

The most common browsers are all vulnerable to WebRTC leaks, as they all have the protocol enabled by default. This includes the likes of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge, and Opera.

How our WebRTC test tool helps protect against WebRTC leaks

How our WebRTC test tool helps protect against WebRTC leaks

This tool will tell you if your real public IP addresses are being exposed. It will show you the IP addresses that have been collected by WebRTC and relay them back to you so that you can cross-reference them with your public IP address. If they match, you know you have a WebRTC leak. If they don’t then you can be safe in the knowledge that your IP address is not being leaked. VPN helps combat WebRTC leaks, so when you use our browser extensions, you can be safe in the knowledge that your privacy is intact.

My real IP address is being leaked, how can I combat this?

My real IP address is being leaked, how can I combat this?

The easiest way to avoid having your real IP address be leaked via WebRTC is download our Chrome and Firefox extensions. Simply add these to the browser you are using as you would any other addon or extension. Once added, simply click the settings cog button within the extension, and make sure that “Disable WebRTC” is enabled.

Now make your way to our WebRTC leak test tool page, and you should see that your real public IP address is no longer being leaked.

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Questions? We’ve Got Answers.

  • How do I fix WebRTC IP leakage?

    The VPN browser extensions feature full WebRTC leak protection.
  • Is it safe to disable WebRTC?

    Although WebRTC is useful technology it is perfectly safe to disable it if you worry about IP leakage.
  • How do I know if WebRTC is leaking?

    Visit VPN's free WebRTC leak test page.
  • Should I be worried if my IP gets leaked?

    Leaking IP address is not ideal as it can reveal a lot of information about you and give attackers a vector. It is best to keep it concealed by using a VPN.
  • Can a VPN leak your IP?

    A bad VPN provider could leak your IP address. That is why it is important to use a reliable provider such as VPN.
  • Does WebRTC work with VPN?

    Yes. A VPN works perfectly well when WebRTC is enabled.
  • Which apps use WebRTC?

    Video calling, chat and meeting platforms like Zoom, Slack or Google meet use WebRTC.
  • What is WebRTC leak?

    A WebRTC leak is when your IP address is leaked through a website making use of the WebRTC protocol.
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