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IP Geolocation

IP Address 54.162.105.6
PTR
Country United States
City Ashburn
Lat 39.048099517822
Long -77.472801208496
ASN AS14618 Amazon.com, Inc.
ISP Amazon
Domain Name
IP type

IPv6 Geolocation

IP Address
PTR
Country
City
Latitude
Longitude
ASN
ISP
Domain Name
Usege Type

IPv6 Geolocation

DNS

WebRTC

Private (IPv4)
Public (IPv4) 54.162.105.6

User agent

Browser

Coockie
CPU cores
Device pixel ratio
Is retina
Is Java enabled
Java version
Language

Request headers

Accept-Language
Accept-Encoding x-gzip, gzip, deflate
Accept text/html,application/xhtml+xml,application/xml;q=0.9,*/*;q=0.8
User-Agent CCBot/2.0 (http://commoncrawl.org/faq/)
Upgrade-Insecure-Requests
Connection close
Host surfip.info

TLS Test

Rating
Insecure Cipher Suites
TLS Version
Ephemeral Keys Supported
Session Ticket Support
TLS Compression Support
BEAST Vulnerability
Unknown Cipher Suites Supported
Given Cipher Suites

Battery Status

Power Source ---
Level percentage ---
Fully charged in ---
Remaining time ---

IP Geolocation

Detects and shows information about the IP address you visit from or the IP address you query through the look-up form

IP Geolocation section includes:
  • PTR reverse DNS
  • Country
  • City
  • Geographic Coordinates
  • AS Number
  • ISP
  • Domain name of the ISP
  • Type of IP (e.g. residential, datacenter, mobile, educational, governmental)

IPv6 Geolocation

In this field you will see your IPv6 address, if you have one. If you are connected to a VPN and it has a different location/AS Number than your IPv4 address (above), it means that IPv6 is leaking.

IPv6 Geolocation

In this field you will see your IPv6 address, if you have one. If you are connected to a VPN and it has a different location/AS Number than your IPv4 address (above), it means that IPv6 is leaking.

DNS

Detects and shows what DNS resolvers you are using.

DNS section includes:
  • DNS server’s IP
  • DNS server’s geo-location (country)
  • City
  • AS Number of IP address (owner)
Privacy considerations:
  • If you connect through a VPN and you see your ISP’s DNS, it means that DNS queries are leaking
  • If you connect through a VPN, it is NOT necessary for the DNS resolver to be on the same IP as your VPN public IP address
  • Using DNS resolvers in different countries than your own or the VPN gateway is NOT a problem, but a good practice

WebRTC

Attempts to detect IP leaks via WebRTC. If you see your real public IP address while connected to a proxy/VPN, it means that it is leaking and you should disable WebRTC in your browser.

User agent

Compares the detected user Agent information sent via browser header and JavaScript. It includes:

  • Browser and its version
  • Operating System
  • Architecture
  • Device

Browser

Shows various information about your browser. [this help section will be updated with more details]

Request headers

Shows various raw data from your browser request headers. [help section will be updated with more details]

TLS Test

Displays test results of cryptographic ciphers available in your browser.

Battery Status

Attempts to detect and display your battery charge level and stats if you are using a laptop or mobile device.