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Check My IP location
My IP whois information
Internet Privacy test
Check IP geo location
My IP Address
Proxy Test/Proxy Judge
Check site geo location
IP Address Whois
Java IP Test

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2 Privacy.com offers you a collection of free online tests that allow you to check IP address, get detailed IP Whois information, determine IP or Domain geographic location (geo IP Location including Country, State/Province,City, etc.), check if the proxy you are using is truly anonymous, detect how private you are while surfing.

Check Your IP Location

Need information about your IP address Location? Check Geo IP Location (including Country, State/Province, City, etc) using our Geo IP Location Test

My IP Test

IP Address Location Test

Quick and easy way to get IP address or Domain name location information (ip city, ip country, etc.).

Your IP Whois Lookup

Search IP Whois? This IP Whois Test allows you to get detailed information about your IP address, host name or domain, including country, state or province, city, name of the network provider, etc.

Test my IP address

Detailed IP Address (host/domain) Whois Lookup

Search IP Whois? Using our IP Whois Lookup you can easily get IP Whois about the organization or the Internet service provider (ISP) that owns the IP address, including information about the geographic location, country, state, city, address, phone numbers and e-mails. Just go to the IP Whois page, enter IP or Domain Name and press the "Whois" button.

Advanced IP Test (using Java)

Check your IP with our test that uses different IP detection methodes including Java applet.
To begin the Java IP Address Test click the "Start Java IP Test" button.
To complete IP Java test, Java must be enabled

Your PC Privacy Test

Internet is full of potential risk to your privacy and security. Every time you surf the web you leave traces of your Internet activity that can reveal your real-life identity and expose you to hackers, identity thieves and spammers. Using this information they can monitor your browsing habits and activities, spy upon you, steal personal information and exploit security holes in your system to cause damage to your computer.

IP check

Want to know how private you are while surfing?
Our free PC Privacy test shows how vulnerable your computer is to various Internet threats and how much of your private information can be collected by web sites when you visit them.
To begin the Privacy test click the "Start Privacy Test" button.

Proxy Judge (test Proxy)

Check if your proxy is truly anonymous. This proxy test tries to detect your real IP address even if connected via a proxy server.

Read our FAQ to learn more about an IP address

My IP check


IP Address/IP Number/Search IP FAQ

What is an IP Address?
What is my IP Address?
What does an IP Address look like?
What is the difference between static and dynamic IP Addresses?
What are private and public IP Addresses?
How can I check IP Address?
How can I hide or change IP Address?
Why should I concern about anonymous surfing?
What information can I get from an IP address?
Whats my IP Number?
How can I find IP address location?

What is an IP Address?

IP Address (Internet Protocol Address) is an unique string of numbers that identifies a computer or a server on a network. When you connect to the Internet, either via your ISP (Internet service provider - AOL, NTL, etc.), or your office LAN connection, you are assigned an IP Address. This address identifies your computer from the other computers. An IP Address can be private, for use on a LAN, or public, for use on the Internet or other WAN. Your IP Address can be either static, meaning it never changes, or dynamic, meaning each time you dial-in or login you are assigned a new address for that session. You can check with your internet service provider or network administrator to find out if your computer uses static or dynamic IP Address. If you receive a dynamic IP Address from your internet provider, it will likely be different on your next session. So if you need your IP Address for later use, you need to check it when you log on for that session. IP Addresses are usually expressed as four decimal numbers, each ranging from 0 to 255, separated by periods. For example, 127.0.0.1.

What is my IP Address?

To check your IP, see our Quick IP test results
Need more information? 2Privacy offers different IP check tests that allow you to check IP address, get IP Whois information, determine IP or Domain geographic location (geo IP Address Location including IP Country, IP State/Province, IP City, etc.), check if the proxy you are using is truly anonymous, detect how private you are while surfing.

• Check Your IP Geo Location
• IP Address Location Test
• Your IP Whois Lookup
• Detailed IP Whois Lookup
• Advanced IP Check (using Java)
• Your PC Privacy Test
• Proxy Judge - Proxy Test

What does an IP Address look like?

IP numbers take the form of four groups of a maximum of three digits each (called octets) separated by periods (full stops). The periods are usually verbalized as "dot".
Example: 199.045.145.123

What is the difference between static and dynamic IP Addresses?

There are actually two ways of assigning IP numbers, static and dynamic. Static IP numbers are permanently assigned to a computer. Dynamic IP numbers are only assigned to a computer at the time it connects with the Internet. Dynamic IP numbers can change every time the computer reconnects to the Internet. Dynamic IP numbers are used to maximize the use of the numbers available to an organization or an Internet Provider.

What are private and public IP Addresses?

A computer on the Internet is identified by its IP Address. In order to avoid Address conflicts, IP Addresses are publicly registered with the Network Information Centre (NIC). An IP Address can be private, for use on a LAN, or public, for use on the Internet or other WAN. Computers on private TCP/IP LANs however do not need public Addresses, since they do not need to be accessed by the public. For this reason, the NIC has reserved certain Addresses that will never be registered publicly. These are known as private IP Addresses, and are found in the following ranges:
From 10.0.0.0 to 10.255.255.255
From 172.16.0.0 to 172.31.255.255
From 192.168.0.0 to 192.168.255.255

How can I check IP Address?

2Privacy offers free IP check tests that allow you to check IP address, get IP Whois information, find IP or Domain geographic location (geographical IP Address Location including Country, State/Province,City, etc.).

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How can I hide or change IP Address?

Want to Hide IP address free? Proxy software allows you to change or hide your real IP from the web sites you visit. Using the program you can create proxy services with any number of proxy servers in the chain (supports HTTP, HTTPS, SOCKS4 and SOCKS5) to provide IP Address security and tunnel Internet activity through proxy servers. Proxy software lets you change proxy services per time, per connection to ensure the absolute security; automatically stop or change service if the current service is marked as bad/slow; automatically determine and remove bad proxy servers, specify proxies to be used in proxy chains and much more...

Why should I concern about anonymous surfing?

IP Address (Internet Protocol Address) is your Internet identification number. Everyone has an IP Address to communicate on the Internet. Your computer's IP Address is comparable to your home Address or your Social Security number. If someone can match your IP Address to your ISP's customer list, they can use the information to identify your country, city, internet provider and even physical address. When you surf the web, your IP Address is left in logs all around the Internet: in the logs at your ISP, at the routers of your requests and finally the destination of your request. Hackers and identity thieves can use this information to infiltrate your system and steal personal information, use it in a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack, spy upon you or cause damage to your PC. It is possible to restrict accessing any information or provide customized content to specific IP.

What information can I get from an IP address?

It is possible to determine your country, city, internet provider and even physical address.

What's my IP Address?

2Privacy offers free IP tests that allow you to check IP address, get IP Whois information, find IP or Domain geographic location (geographical IP Address Location including Country, State/Province,City, etc.).

How can I find IP address location?

2Privacy.com offers you free IP tests that help you find IP address location information:
• Check Your IP Geo Location
• Find IP Address Location

Whether you have cable high speed internet or DSL high speed internet or simply a dialup connection, 2privacy.com is your source to check IP address, get IP (domain, host) Whois information, determine IP location, check if the proxy you are using is truly anonymous, detect how private you are while surfing.

Full list of 2 Privacy.com Tests

Check My IP Location
IP Location Test
My IP Whois Lookup
IP Address (host/domain) Whois Lookup
Java IP Test
Computer Privacy Test
ProxyJudge Proxy Test)

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