Get your free IP check image for your web site here!

Our auto generated IP check image shows your web site visitors some information about their IP address and their browser. It is no replacement for our anonymity test, but may be a useful addendum for your web site. An integration manual for HTML and BBCode is available in the following.

[200x100] IP check [150x150] IP check

The colors do not fit to your website? You would like to change the text or background color? Please read how it works in the text below...

Warning: You cannot download this image, but have to link it like explained below! If you just download the image und upload it to your site, the data cannot be updated and will show wrong values to your site visitors - presumably your own IP address and location!

HTML code for your web site

Use this code in your web site for 200x100 pixel image: <a href="" title="IP check">
   <img src="" alt="IP check" width="200" height="100">

Use this code in your web site for 150x150 pixel image (with parameter edgewise=true): <a href="" title="IP check">
   <img src="" alt="IP check" width="150" height="150">

You may replace "http%quot; by "https" if you like. Please keep the exact (!) size of the image as shown in the above code. Otherwise, the text might get so much distorted that it gets unreadable.

BBCode for web forums

If you would like to show this image on a web forum that supports BBCode, you may use the following code to use 200x100 pixel image: [url=] [img][/img] [/url]

You may use the following BBCode to use 150x150 pixel image (with parameter edgewise=true) [url=] [img][/img] [/url]

Why you should use this IP image

Copyright notice

If you do not like to use exactly the above code, we ask you to place the following link with exactly (!) this text somewhere on your web site : <a href="" title="IP check">IP check</a>

Please feel free to put the link into the floating text of your web site, if you like.

Publishing this image or other parts of on your web site is not allowed without this link.

Change colors if needed

By default, the image background is transparent and the text color is black. This will not work for you if you, for example, have a black website background. You may change the background and text RGB colors of the image by using the colorBackground and colorText parameters.


IP check

<a href="" title="IP check"><img src="" alt="IP check" width="200" height="100"></a>

You may moreover use the parameter colorSecure in order to change the RGB text color of IP addresses from anonymization services that have been recognized. The colors may be given in decimal (=xxx-yyy-zzz) or hexadecimal (=xxyyzz) format.

Optional: Import CSS file to check for JonDonym and Tor

If you would like to change the structure or text of your web site depending on whether JonDonym, I2P or Tor is used, you may do this by including the IP check CSS file in your website like this:

<link rel="stylesheet" href="" type="text/css">

You may then use the following CSS classes for your HTML tags:

.ipcheckJonDonym (JonDonym was found.)
.ipcheckTor (Tor was found.)
.ipcheckAnonymousIP (One of the services mentioned above was found.)
.ipcheckNoServiceFound (No known service was found.)

The tags with one of these style classes will then only be displayed if the correspondoing attribute is true. This may be useful if you want to show service specific functions only to those users that are able to use them, e.g. "Tor hidden services". Or you would like to give your visitors a hint about a specific service.

The example code may looks like this:

<link rel="stylesheet" href="" type="text/css">
<p class="ipcheckJonDonym">You are currently using JonDonym.</p>
<p class="ipcheckTor">You are currently using Tor.</p>
<p class="ipcheckI2P">You are currently using I2P.</p>
<p class="ipcheckAnonymousIP">Your IP address has been anonymized.</p>
<p class="ipcheckNoServiceFound">You are not anonymous.</p>

IP addresses of other services

If you would like to get other services recognized, you may tell us their IP addresses. The optimal solution would be if you provide an Internet interface or script that automatically fetches the current exit addresses of the requested service.