Your IP address revealed to the rest of the world is shown below, and it is also known as the public IP address. You may have an IPv4, an IPv6 or both depending on the connection type. If you're behind a router, the IP address shown below would be your router's IP address and your computer would have received a private IP address from a DHCP server.
The following describes your device details including operating system, type of browser used, and the device type. The chart below also shows marketshare captured by each brand, and your screen characteristics.
Everytime your web browser requests a page, it sends a "request" header to the web server. To view a full header, you may use the HTTP Browser Header page.
The longitude and latitude used to plot your location is often depicted near in the center of the city. The geolocation accuracy is not precise enough to pinpoint a specific address, and therefore it should only be used to estimate the proximity of the device.
Search Engine Results Page (SERP) The page that a search engine returns after a user submits a search query. In addition to organic search results, search engine results pages (SERPs) usually include paid search and pay-per-click (PPC) ads.