IP Leak test for VPNs/Tor


Explanation of the problem


WebRTC is a protocol that relies on JavaScript and can leak your real IP address from behind your VPN or Tor Browser. This tool examines if you are vulnerable to WebRTC IP Leak.
Your local IP addresses
Your public IP addresses
Your IPv6 addresses
If you see your real IP address above, while using a VPN service, your browser is not safe!

How to disable WebRTC in Firefox?

To disable WebRTC in Firefox you need to set "media.peerconnection.enabled" to "false" in "about:config". Here is how to do so.
1. Enter "about:config" in the Firefox address bar. and press enter.
2. Click on the "I"ll be careful, I promise!" button.
3. Search for "media.peerconnection.enabled"
4. Double-click the entry. You will notice that the column "Value" is now showing "False"
5. That’s it!

How to disable WebRTC Leak in Google Chrome/IE/Other browsers?

There is currently no known working solution (despite a few Chrome extensions that claim they do that)
Here’s our workaround solution:
1. Uninstall Chrome :)
2. Install Firefox and disable WebRTC.
3. Share this tool with your friends by clicking one of the share buttons below.

Google Chrome Extension ScriptSafe.

If you are using Google Chrome, there is an extension called ScriptSafe that is effective at masking your IP address. It is very easy to install. Simply go here, click “ADD TO CHROME” and it should install and automatically add itself as an extension. Then, test it on this page to see if your IP is hidden.