April 24, 2015
WebRTC (Web Real-Time Communication) is an API that supports browser applications for voice calling, video chat, and P2P file sharing without the need any of plugins. Among the most popular browsers, Firefox and Chrome supports WebRTC. Internet Explorer and other browsers has no native support but there are plugins available that add support for WebRTC.
How does WebRTC leaks my IP?
How can I prevent this IP leakage?
They cannot be blocked permanently with browser plugins like WebRTC block. The best way to protect against this leak is using firewall rules to enforce that traffic can only be sent over the encrypted VPN tunnel. With the ZPNs Kill Switch options once a VPN tunnel is established that your provider assigned IP cannot be leaked by WebRTC or similar mechanisms.