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VPN leaks test


The plugin contains the leaks test package:
– DNS leak test
– WEBrtc IP leak test
– Email IP leak test
– Torrent IP leak test

The plugin integrates with, a 3rd party service, to have it do the VPN testing.
The service is free to use and does not require an API key and/or registration, see terms of use
The plugin essentially makes a remote request (POST) to a service URL, passing an user IP address as a parameter.
Depending on the test the following additional data are received by the service:
– DNS leak test: the plugin does several DNS-lookup requests to the service;
– WEBrtc IP leak test: the plugin receives additional IPs from the Internet browser;
– Email IP leak test: the plugin asks user to send an empty email to the service;
– Torrent IP leak test: the plugin asks user to download a torrent file from the service.


  1. Install and activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
  2. Go to Settings > VPN leaks test.
  3. Perform the necessary settings and press the Save button.
  4. Use shortcode [vltp id=TEST_ID] to integrate the test into frontend of the website.


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Torrent leak test added.

Initial version