Transparency is key to understanding the information you give away each time you visit a website (Digital Footprint) and it’s our mission to empower users by helping them understand that footprint along with security risks before it’s too late!
Each website you visit sees the information shown below which may be used to identify you. Every computer connected to the internet leaves a footprint of some type but what you’re looking for is anything that might identify you personally, such as a name of other key identifier.
We are not doing anything special here, we are simply reading the information your computer is providing about you and displaying that back in a form you can understand. Below is your footprint as I see it right now on AuditMyPC.com
Your IP: 184.108.40.206
Your browser: CCBot/2.0 (https://commoncrawl.org/faq/)
MAP OF YOUR LOCATION:
Note, this is the location of where your IP address of 220.127.116.11 connects to the internet and may not be located anywhere near your home. Often, you connect to your ISP through their internal network, such as a cable modem, and they send you out one of their internet connections located in another city. In such cases, you IP address would reflect a different location.
If you have already taken our firewall test and are confident your system doesn’t have unnecessary ports open, then you should seriously consider the Collusion add-on for Firefox. It allows you to see all the third parties that are monitoring your behavior by building a much larger digital footprint than I could possibly show you here. It allows you to visualize in real time, the companies that are tracking your activities.