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DNS and WebRTC leaks are common pitfalls which can be easily fixed.

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DNS test

The role of DNS servers is to translate domain names like www.azirevpn.com into their IP address, transparently, which is used by browsers and other software to reach servers and communicate with them.

    WebRTC test

    The WebRTC feature is mainly used to improve the connection for voice calls and video chats in the browser, without the need for any plug-in. This feature allow calls to be made directly between the users, without intermediary server, which can expose users' real IP addresses.

      Disabling WebRTC in Chrome

      It is actually not possible to completely disable WebRTC in Chrome. However, it is possible to prevent the leak of your private IP addresses while being connected to our service.

      One of the possibility is to use the extension called WebRTC Network Limiter.

      To keep the maximum compatibility with websites such as Discord, Facebook Messenger or Google Hangouts and still be able to use their features, the following option should be checked: Use only my default public IP address: This option is the same as Use my default public and private IP addresses except that Chrome will not use the private default address.

      Disabling WebRTC in Firefox (desktop and mobile)

      Firefox only allows to completely disable the WebRTC feature, which can be done by following these steps:

      1. Type about:config in the address bar and hit Enter.

      2. Click on the button which grants access to the settings.

      3. The page contains a search bar. Type media.peerconnection.enabled in it and hit Enter.

      4. Double click on the value to turn it from true to false.

      Disabling WebRTC in Edge

      It is actually not possible to completely disable WebRTC in Edge. However, it is possible to prevent the leak of your private IP addresses while being connected to our service, by following these steps:

      1. Type about:flags in the address bar and hit Enter.

      2. Check the Hide my local IP address over WebRTC connections box.