Whenever we want some online privacy, we open the incognito mode in the browser and feel free to browse anything we want without any second thought of the security. There is a misconception among internet users that incognito mode secures your online identity ultimately. Although it assures you are entirely offline, it fails to do the same. To learn how to do it, let’s go deeper into it.
What is Incognito Mode?
According to Wikipedia:
Privacy mode or “private browsing” or “incognito mode” is a privacy feature in some browsers to disable browsing history and the web cache. This allows a person to browse the Web without storing local data that could be retrieved later.
This seems pretty secure. But it’s not! The incognito never prevents the websites you visit from tracking and storing your device’s IP. Your device’s IP is the same in the incognito mode.
Search IP in Google in normal and incognito modes and check for yourself to verify this.