Your IP Address detected as:

34.204.203.142

CityAshburn
RegionVirginia
CountryUnited States  United States
ISPAmazon.com, Inc.
OrganizationAWS EC2 (us-east-1)
Latitude39.0438
Longitude-77.4874

Your IP Address is an identifier for a device on a network.
An IP address is written as four sets of numbers separated by periods.
Within a local network, it can be assigned randomly, as long as they are distinctive.
If more devices are in the same network they can share the same IP address, making the trace to go to one of them or to show only the network server.

The Truth Fact About Your IP Address

  1. When you go online, you automatically have an active IP address
    No matter what device (laptop, smartphone, etc) you use to go online with an internet connection, you automatically have an active IP address. IP stands for Internet Protocol: The protocols are connectivity guidelines and regulations that govern computer networks.
  2. IP addresses are assigned to the device, not the people
    The IP address detected when you're connected to a network is actually assigned to the device you use. It will not refer to your personal details or specific location where you belongs currently.
  3. Your Internet Service Provider (ISP) is the only one who knows your personal details that corresponds to an IP address
    Your ISP will surely keep your real information private and do not disclose IP addresses (or names and addresses) of clients to just anyone asking for it. However, they would disclose that information under citation to law enforcement agencies if necessary.
  4. Yes, you can hide your actual IP address
    To be precise, you can show a different IP address from the one you're actively using. You can do that by using proxies installed to your browser, or using web proxies site to browse the internet, or by using a Virtual Private Network (VPN).
  5. A Virtual Private Network (VPN) is the best and easiest way to hide your real IP address
    VPN also offers other online safety benefits, including keeping snooping eyes out of your computer, as well as your personal and financial activity. Some VPNs are free, but the better ones would charge a small monthly fee.