Use a VPN

Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) mask your IP address when you’re operating online. This means you connect to a server from which you access the internet, making it appear that you are operating from wherever that server is located, which means whatever you connect to sees the IP address and location of the server, rather than your device. It also creates an additional barrier for data traffic, making it harder for hackers to access your information or attack your system directly. They need to get through the VPN first, and generally VPN service providers have top notch security.