DNS Leak Security Test

Using VPN Zoom is a necessary step for increasing your online security, but one of the reasons people use our service is to mask or alter their ISP provided IP address. By masking your address you can get around location-based restrictions on various websites, or check if your ISP is throttling your connection.

Unfortunately A recent security flaw can reveal your real IP address, even if you’re using a VPN. We have provided this tool so you can easily check your IP address after connecting to our servers to ensure your IP address isn’t being leaked once connected to our service.

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The IP address above should not be your own IP if you are connected to our secure VPN servers. If no IP address is listed above you are protected from DNS leaks. To learn more about your location IP address please visit our IP look up page.

How To Fix DNS Leaks:

Firefox – This requires a bit of work, but is worth the security. In Firefox, type in “about: config” in the URL bar. When the page comes up, enter “media.peerconnection.enabled” into the search bar. When it appears, set that entry to “false” (this can be done by double clicking it, or by right clicking and selecting “Toggle”).

Chrome – A free extension has been made available for installation that patches the issues. It can be downloaded directly from the Chrome Web Store for free.

We take great measures to ensure you are protected online. For more information on how the DNS leak works please view this TorrentFreak article. The results above were generated using the following open source code provided at GitHub.

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