With privacy and spying so much in the news, it's no wonder so many of us are asking that question. Reply Pants November 7, 2014 at 1:26 am # My IP is dynamic .. But it's important to see what you don't get in the IP details, and never will. It assumes it's your native language and tries to convert the entire browser to that language. http://linux4newbie.com/ip-address/cannot-ping-certain-ip-address.html
Let's assume we are talking about your home network where you have a cable model, FIOS, wireless router, etc. Applications that use real-time like online bid applications do that. If it's harmless then why do "they" do it? A lot of people worry that their IP address might reveal their name, home address, age, what they look at online and more.
A VPN service will also ENCRYPT all traffic for you.Cookies and Adobe Flash objects are another way that web servers can track your activity. While Internet servers cannot trace you back this way, there may still be ways to identify you. What I am describing here is a “man in the middle” or MITM attack. This is true even if the information is encrypted.The easier method for an attacker to see all your activity is too install spyware on your PC that records all keystrokes, websites,
I mean, they can not see my computer's MAC but still they can identify me by seeing the same MAC of the same router I think, am I wrong? Proxies would resolve the server log IP problem of course. Get Started With a VPN: For Beginners, Power Users, and IT Pros How (and why) to set up a VPN today Video Why You Lost Your Windows 10 Product Key