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is an advanced and absolutely private server-side website visitor surveillance, website analytics and statistics service application that delivers exceptional features that are not available on other website IP address data acquisition platforms. It is built on a proprietary SaaS software technology developed from the ground up by a computer software development facility originally based in Massachusetts, USA.
The service help you to learn about your personal or business website success, its visitors and outcome of your efforts and presence on Internet. It provides extensive information about your visitors, their likes and favorite content on your website without revealing their personal identity or breaching their privacy accosiated with their personal is a spam free service. Our users receive zero spam messages via email from the service and each account’s information is strictly confidential. The only emails messaging delivered to the end users are instant and scheduled visitor email alerts and account related reporting alerts. All of these are entirely controlled by the users of the service.
is utilized worldwide and is appreciated by many for its simplicity, superior application tools capabilities that allow detecting individual visitor hits. The online IP tracking software is capable of reliably differentiating web bots and spiders and referrer spam from other traffic sources that relate to the statistics capture. Visitor location tracking, mapping and browsing history of each individual visitor based on an IP address or a computer ID is another distinctive feature of the service. All visitor traffic is captured in IPv4 format while translating IPv6 addresses via tunneling from IPv6 to IPv4 format.
TraceMyIP software provides website owners and webmasters with stats, answers and solutions to the following questions:
Who visits my website?
How often a visitor changes an IP address and what content attracts visitors the most?
What is my IP address and how often does it change?
Is my Internet business profitable considering the website traffic it receives?
How do I check how many people are on all of my websites right now and receive email alerts for individual visitors?
Is my website popular on social networks and which social networks bring the most traffic?
Do I get enough likes and credit from the traffic I receive on Facebook and other social networking sites?
Are the majority of my visitors using desktop PCs, laptops, tablets or phone devices?
Is someone stalking me online, and if so can I block the stalker from accessing my website and get instant email alerts of abuse?
How do people find my website and which websites and organizations link to my website?
Is my domain-hosted content being properly indexed by search engines?
Which website hosting provider is more suitable for my website?
How much time do my website visitors spend reading or navigating my web pages?
How many visitors do I get within a specific timeframe?
Which hours of the day are the most traffic generating?
How successful is the marketing of my online business?
Is my web advertising successful enough to increase customer conversions and sales?
Is my online advertising affected by click fraud?
How can I regularly monitor my web hosting provider to check if my website is working?
Is my affiliate program effective enough to invest the time in?
Is my website optimized for phone apps, laptops, tablets or do I have more bounced visits from device specific visits?
Are my Google AdWords and Bing Ads campaigns cost effective and configured properly to bring valid visitor traffic?
Who views my website pages, social network profile(s) and/or blog(s) most frequently?
Is my website secure and does it reliably deliver necessary web pages via secure protocol?
Is it safe to process credit card transactions on my website? Are all of the transactions processed via SSL served forms?
Is the web hosting provider for my website reliable? Does my hosting company provide uninterrupted hosting service as it claims? Are there services outages during the night when I’m not available to monitor the traffic?
How well my other web statistics software/SaaS applications perform such as Mobile Tracker, Google Analytics and Statcounter?
How many visitors from foreign countries are transferred, redirected or blocked with IP blocking gadgets I used?
These and many other questions can be accessed and answered via utilization of service.
Some of the website analytics and visitor tracking features that TraceMyIP offers are:
Visitor phone Caller-ID like detection software implementation, yet, instead of a visitor phone number, visitor’s IP address and computer ID are detected along with geographical location and history of website browsing paths.
Instant and scheduled visitor email alerts that notify the users of activity of specific website visitors. Never miss a visit with website visitor real-time instant email alerts!
EU GDPR compliance tools allow for a flexible service configuration to achieve a full General Data Protection Regulation Compliance and legally collect business website statistics data. Some of the EU GDPR compliance tools features include IP Address Masking, Computer ID Masking, Selective EU Geo-tracking, cookieless tracking and Browser Do-Not-Track functionality.
Track visitors regardless of IP address by computer ID.
Count website visitors and track the hosted pages people have viewed with significantly greater detail than any other visitor tracking services
Track and search logs of returning visitors and privately monitor people’s website browsing activity in real-time
Trace IPs of any computer and physical location along with system statistics of each individual website visitor based on the visitor’s IP address
Control access to your documents and pages via Page and Link Trackers. Block or allow access to your content using IP, GEO and Time Filters
Redirect and transfer your visitors based on the type of the devices they use, connection origins such as ISP providers and many other visitor related information
Redirect mobile device users such as those using iOS, Android tablets and phones to a website version dedicated to mobile devices or a different domain name. Laptop and desktop computer users can remain unaffected if desired.
Access visitor location local and regional maps for fast website traffic evaluation
Detect and keep track of the keywords used in the search engines to find your website(s)
Track virtually any content management software such as WordPress, Joomla, other CMS systems and built into CMS contract management systems
Analyze the most popular pages, files, internal referrers, external referrers and other segmented sources of web traffic
Access advanced search engines’ leads website analytics
Search people’s IP addresses in detailed logs for activity reports from both ipv4 and ipv6 networks (via ipv6 tunneling conversion to ipv4)
Determine if your website hosting provider is reliable by analyzing hourly visitor traffic statistics
Use a full featured address book to attach IPs to your contact entries for quick visitor identification on your traffic logs and email alerts with sound notifications
Create reports of detailed hourly, daily, monthly and yearly website traffic statistics
Consolidate accounts – track multiple websites under a single webmaster consolidated account – this is one of the coolest features of the statistics software
Keep your website traffic statistics private – unlike practically all web based statistics services online that may claim your data, does not share your advanced visitor website statistics data with anyone, even advertisers.
Track and document business advertising campaign performance
Generate visitor IP access reports for legal documentation in law reinforcement, civil and criminal attorney / lawyer / city public records
Use hidden tracker gadgets to conduct a secure personal and undercover surveillance
Track each domain and subdomain individually to produce reports based on different domain name registrars as GoDaddy, Hover, Namecheap, Google domains, Hostgator, Yahoo, Network solutions, Register, Tucows, Wildwest Domains and others.
TraceMyIP is designed for low, medium and high traffic websites such as personal, commercial, corporate, non-profit websites, blogs, forums and professional content networks. The system provides full support for secure computer SSL tracking of the ecommerce web stores and a complete, most flexible EU GDPR compliance toolset.
The visitor tracking system supports the following social sites and web building tools:
HTML Code – Compatibility Mode 2, BBCode – Bulletin Board Code, PHP Code – For PHP files only,, Angelfire Free, Angelfire Premium,,,,,, blogTV, Buzznet,,,,,,, Edicy,,,, Friends for Sale Next Generation, Fubar, Google Sites, GrabMania, HumanPets,,, Homestead,,, Jimdo, Joomla, Jigsy,,, LiveVideo,,, Moonfruit, Microsoft Office Live,, MyHeritage, NetworkSolutions – Business, NetworkSolutions – ImageCafe, Ning,,,, Pledgie, Forums,,, SharePoint2010,, Simple Machines SMF Forum,,, Squidoo,,,,,,,, Viviti, VIPsociety,,, Website Tonight InstantPage GoDaddy, – hosted by, WordPress plug-in – self installed & hosted,, Webnode, Webstarts, Wikispaces,,,, – Royal, Other Social Networks, Other Blog Providers and many others.
How does TraceMyIP compare to other website statistics systems such as Google Analytics, Webalizer Stats, Statcounter & AWstats for example?
is a unique platform with features not available in other web visitor tracker systems. Particularly, it allows you to conduct a long term surveillance of individual visitors and observe their IP address changes in real-time. Instead of tracking by IP address, you can track by a computer ID. also provides you the tools to control delivery of the website content, protect contact forms, links and other documents on a geo location level, control file and document downloads and schedule specific pages to be shown at specific times or to specific visitors. The tools that are available to you will help protect website content and prevent secure content from being served to a narrowly defined audience. Scheduled and instant email alerts allow for conducting a long term surveillance for specific individuals. Never miss a visit and get email notifications delivered on an hourly, daily, weekly and monthly basis.
My website serves content to European Union member states and is a subject to the EU GDPR regulation. What can I do to achieve a better compliance that requires me to get each visitor’s consent before collecting full statistics?
provides one of the most complete sets of tools to achieve a full EU General Data Protection Regulation compliance. The EU GDPR tools allow webmasters to configure how the system tracks the visitors depending on their GEO location. The Cookieless Tracking mode allows webmasters to get website visitor information without utilizing tracking cookies on all devices, including iOS, Android and Windows tablets, phones, laptops and desktop computers. Although the Cookieless Tracking solution makes it easier to achieve the goal, you may still need to give your website visitors an option to opt-out of being tracked. Please refer to EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) directive.
Currently, the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) affects the following European Union member states:
Austria, Belgium, British Virgin Islands, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom and websites that target their content or do business with individuals that reside in European Union. The required cookie law solution would be to discontinue using cookies that are stored in the visitor’s browser.
Does TraceMyIP affect the bandwidth usage with my website hosting provider (both ipv4 and ipv6)?
Just like a “green car” vehicle technology approved by the US Environmental Protection Agency’s, does not substantially increase the bandwidth usage of your website hosting provider services since the actual website statistics analysis software and computer data storage is hosted on dedicated servers. The entire website traffic analysis and hosting of visitor ip address tracker gadgets is performed by the CPU power grid installed on dedicated server computer infrastructure. Furthermore, by utilizing and disabling your own server side website’s dedicated server statistics software such as the webalizer or cpanel’s awstats statistics software, it is feasible to save bandwidth and CPU processing resources, thus speeding up the website page loading.
Would code trigger anti-spam and antivirus security or privacy alerts on my website visitors’ computers?
is strictly a website visitor IP checker and tracker software which does not utilize any malicious code base that may trigger online security or privacy alerts anti-spam or antivirus software. Anti-spam and antivirus software looks for certain virus or malicious digital code signatures and patterns and intercepts them before they’re downloaded onto end-user’s computer hard drive or placed in the dedicated space range of the random access memory. does not contain such code patterns; therefore the anti-spam and antivirus security alerts are not triggered.
What is an IP address?
An IP is an abbreviation of Internet Protocol. IP serves a role of a digital computer identification number that is assigned by a network it’s connected to. Without an IP address networking and IP tracking would not be possible. Currently there are 2 formats of IP addresses – ipv4 and ipv6. IPv6 is the latest implementation to expand the availability of an IP address assignment range.
Why does a computer IP address change from time to time and what is my IP address type?
Every time people establish a new connection with their broadband Internet Service Provider’s (ISP) account either using a wired home / business connection or a wireless connection, the ISP’s network assigns an individual Internet Protocol to them. This is necessary for any computer in order to connect to the web and so that other web servers could provide the data exchange facilities.
There are two types of an IP address assignment – static IP and dynamic IP. Most broadband service providers use dynamic IP address allocation and offer a static Internet Protocol allocation at additional fee. Static IP assignment is often required for device tracking devices such as such as those used in IP address surveillance and those that require a permanent network address.
How is IPv4 different from IPv6?
IPv6 address format is the successor to IPv4 which is the initial IP address format standard. The main difference with IPv6 address is its availability. It also contains additional features, such as simplified IP address assignment, network renumbering and IP announcements for the router nodes. While the 32bit IPv4 address pool is virtually exhausted and allowed somewhere around 4. 3 billion addresses to be assigned, IPv6 is 128bits and can produce 3. 4W1038 unique IP addresses.
Currently, most of the web servers are not configured to handle IPv6 connections, meaning an IPv6 client cannot connect to an IPv4 server. Thus, an implementation called IPv4-6 tunneling is created mostly on an ISP level to allow an IPv6 client to connect to an IPv4 host. Many devices such as tablets, laptops, phones and desktop PCs need their software updated in order to support the new IPv6 IP address format.
What about users’ privacy when it comes to using Internet?
When people connect to their ISP’s network using a desktop computer, mobile satellite phone or mobile cellular phone or an Internet appliance, their IP’s physical location is associated with an account owner’s information is digitally stored on a dedicated server used to issue the service bills, making it possible for legal authorities to easily trace an Internet user’s physical location. Furthermore, even without having a legal warrant to request an owner’s account address information from an ISP, using tools like, it’s possible for virtually anyone to approximate their IP’s physical location. website analytics and visitor’s computer tracking functionality does just that but without providing a name of street address of an Internet user, which would breach the privacy laws.
Who can see and track my IP address?
When you send emails, post on web forums, use instant messengers or access any online accounts – your computer’s IP is logged by the network receiving communication requests. This is an essential step that cannot be avoided and contributes to various technical, security and privacy aspects. Both IPv4 and IPv6 address formats are similar in their implementation and thus are captured by the web servers’ statistical software in the same way.
Which digital computer devices utilize an IP address and can be detected by
Any digital computer device that has a capability to connect to world wide web whether it’s using wireless wifi connection, LAN network, Bluetooth, 3G, 4G or 5G implementations are reliably detected by TraceMyIP, LLC.. These IP devices include mobile cellular phones such as
iPhone, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3S, iPad and all iPad 2, iPad 3 and iPad Pro tablet revisions
Motorola Moto Q, Nexus One Android, Samsung Tab & Galaxy, Blackberry, Nokia
Amazon’s Kindle Fire, and Kindle Fire HD tablets
HTC phones and tablets
Verizon LG mobile cellular internet phones
Google Nexus phones and tablets, Sprint Internet phones, AT&T smart phones, Nokia smart phones
Latest Palm-One Treo mobile phones, T-Mobile smartphones, Samsung and Sony smartphones and tablets
iPad tablet and iphone clones
Digital WiFi appliances, laptops with wireless wifi and Bluetooth connectivity
All desktop computers that ran Windows, Mac, Linux or other desktop operating systems.
‘ IP website tracking feature allows tracking mobile cell phone, tablet and desktop type of computer devices and deliver captured data via an easy to understand application interface and instant visitor email notifications.
However, the mobile devices that utilize IP address identification are not limited to phones, tablets and laptops applications. As previously mentioned, the smart appliances are the new era of the Internet connected devices that have embedded end-user web navigation interfaces allowing users to access the web. From ordinary cars that utilize GPS voice guidance to automated train GPS systems feedback devices to Airplane GPS autopilot navigation. Whether connected via a proprietary protocols or internal networks – all of them are identified by a unique Internet Protocol address. As the network deployment emerges, all devices – from personal computers to autopilot GPS navigation systems eventually become a part of the same global network.
The latest developments in home automation devices and software, also add another vast array of digital computer devices to those that utilize IP addresses, thus each time they’re connected to the WAN network, identify themselves on the wired or wireless network.
What can be done to protect my online identity and what is my IP’s security and privacy?
One option is to connect your wired or wireless Internet devices to a local network or a hotel, airplane and any mobile hotspot network that is not your local home network. When you connect to any public network in a hotel for example, your IP will appear as that as assigned by a hotel wifi access router. This can be an effective measure of an extra security precaution. However, a precaution should be taken anytime you connect to public networks. Every time you travel anywhere in the world, take family, personal or business vacations, you will most likely have to connect using publicly available networks such as those available in resorts, hotels, cruise ships, airplanes or restaurants. Whenever you use public networks, always keep in mind that the networks may be monitored with packet capture software, that logs all of the outbound information on that particular LAN network. Another security risk factor to consider is being connected to the same LAN network with other computers. If your computer has any type of file sharing or transfer capabilities enabled, you’ll be revealing the information on your computer with all other people connected to the same network in hotels, resorts, cruise ships, airplanes and restaurants.
Another credit should be given to vpn proxy server option is that allows you to hide an IP address by using a virtual private secure proxy server. This helps to conceal your private IP information to a certain extent, however, if not carefully selected, it may do more harm then good.
What is a Proxy Server?
A Proxy server is a network service which utilizes a dedicated computer on a remote network allowing internet users such as yourself to make indirect connections to other computers / websites using its own network connection. All of your web browsing activity is transferred to a remove server first. When using a proxy server, the recipient of your communications will see an IP address of the proxy server and not yours. There are plenty of hosted proxy server implementations on the world wide web offer free online user accounts to hide your online identity. This, however, is not always safe and a bullet-proof method.
Is there a risk using a Proxy Server?
(! ) Definitely. Using anonymous proxy servers from unknown and not reputable providers to hide your Internet protocol address while using phones, tablets and computers may actually present a more serious threat that can eventually contribute to the digital information leak and all risks associated with it. Since the digital data from those wireless and wired devices has to pass through a third party proxy server, any information you transmit through that server can be intercepted and indexed, including any messages you may have sent including but not limited to your account login and password information that you may utilize for any online services.
In attempt to search a better privacy on Internet, many individuals utilize methods like the proxy servers, not realizing that the danger of privacy breach is actually greater while using the proxy services that claim to be secure. Furthermore, in order to trace and check on people’s illegal activity, some government agencies setup free open proxy servers to monitor activity of those people who are most likely to have something to hide. The risks are most often related to those proxy services that offer completely free services and are unknown of origin.
Never access any of your digitally stored financial account information, including online credit card banking systems, initiate transfer of funds, pay your bills or mortgages online or register any online banking accounts that contain a secure information while using a free proxy server using your phone, tablet, laptop or a desktop computer. As a matter of fact, most of the electronic identity theft cases targeted at financial sectors and being investigated worldwide are the direct result of digital information theft via utilization of so called free proxy servers that offer free online user accounts
If someone has my private IP information, what type of a security risk does it present?
First of all, every single Internet user has an IP number, therefore a chance of you becoming a victim of a malicious attack is minimized by the overwhelming pool of IP addresses available to those who exercise this type of activity. Second of all, to protect your privacy, the Internet Service Providers do not release any digitally stored legal or financial bank information to anyone but legal authorities. Therefore your private information connected to your ISP provider generally remains very secure.
There is still a chance though that you may become a target of an Internet hacker attack. An IP address attack spoofs your local Internet connection by trying to forge your computer’s IP via software vulnerabilities. If you have your phone, tablet, laptop or desktop computer connected directly to a high speed DSL or high speed Cable Modem without a router or a firewall, a hacker may be able to access the private data on your computer, especially if you use network file sharing or transfer enabled. In this situation, it would not be a bad idea to get a good firewall software along with an antivirus software commonly used by most people such as Antivir or Avast!, or a hardware router with a built in digital firewall. Some high speed DSL, Cable and Dish Internet service providers supply this type of security software at no cost to the people who use their services.
There is also definite advantage of having a true hardware firewall built-in into a router or DSL, Cable or Dish modem. While a software firewall is good and gives you full data transfer control, it may be susceptible to viruses, misconfiguration and crashes, while a hardware firewall does what it claims to do and always runs in the background. While a hardware firewall is generally more stable, allowing only outgoing traffic, it generally gives you a somewhat limited control of your inbound traffic. However, it provides you with the best possible protection to all of the computers on your local network from a dangerous inbound traffic. All high speed Internet service providers, including but not limited to DSL, Cable and Dish network are susceptible to end user security risks, although many of them take extra steps to protect their users.
Can Someone Find Me? – What Is My IP Address
You probably don’t think too much about your IP address, but maybe it’s time you did.
Most people (and maybe you) know their IP address is a digital address of some sort that helps the Internet deliver content to your computer.
And perhaps you know that 99% of the time, no one else knows or cares to know what your IP address is.
But there’s more you need to know.
See, your IP address is something like a beacon on the Internet.
Your IP address is like a beacon on the Internet
Your IP address gives websites, and people that you have connected with online, more than just a number—more than your IP address.
It also gives them the ability to trace that IP address back towards you if they wanted to.
To be clear, they can trace it back to your geographical location.
Okay. It’s likely that 99% of the time no one (and no websites) are running your IP address through an IP lookup site to see where you’re located.
But you’ll never know if it does happen one percent of time, five percent, or more.
Here’s the point:
Anyone can find out where you are.
Even though a website, or even a person (maybe some acquaintance you once sent an email too) can’t find your home address from your IP address, they most definitely could get a clear picture of where you are.
• Even if you don’t tell them what city you’re in, they could use your IP address to get an idea of where you’re connecting from.
• Even if you only contacted them once, they can analyze your IP address anytime after that…it doesn’t need to be in real time.
• Even if you didn’t make a transaction of any kind with the site, they could still capture, analyze and trace your IP address back to your network.
It’s perfectly legal, yet most people aren’t even aware of this.
Is this all hype, or fact?
You could be thinking this is just an exaggeration to scare you.
Well, here’s a true story that illustrates firsthand what we’re talking about.
Recently an office manager (we’ll call him John) decided to see what would happen if he analyzed his own IP address on He shared his story with us.
I know all about, but hadn’t explored the geolocation aspect of it—the map that drops a pinpoint on where the Internet says I am. I wanted to see how precise that might be. So, on the map on the homepage, I clicked on ‘Show me more about my IP. ’ And on the next screen, I clicked ‘Update my Location. ’ What I saw—and realized—sent a chill down my spine.
As I zoomed in as close as it would go, the map become a Google Earth image. And I the image I saw on my laptop screen was a satellite view of the kitchen window of my condo! And my street name was visible on the map too. Not my address, but the map was definitely where I lived. I was a little startled, and then it hit me—anyone who knew my home IP address had the ability to see the same map. I could imagine someone knocking at my door who tracked me (or my wife! ) just by knowing my IP address.
Here’s the bottom line…
It radically changed how John looked at his IP address. It also changed the way he used the Internet at home and when traveling.
When privacy hits close to home.
Here’s why the geolocation aspect of your IP address is important.
Most people use the Internet from just a few locations, primarily at home.
You shop mostly from home
You send emails to friends mostly from home
You game or join chatrooms and forums from home
With a simple device (that someone can find on Amazon) a stranger or criminal can peer inside your home through the front door peephole!
That means the majority of your online activity is probably coming from your home IP address—the IP address that could be traced back very close to you. Maybe even your kitchen window.
I can guess what you might be thinking:
“Who wants to know where I am anyway? ”
The true answer is, “who knows? ” That’s not meant to be cute.
There’s just no way of knowing who is running your IP address through any type of IP lookup service. It could be your bank, your real estate agent, or a tech-savvy teenager who’s also a hacker.
However, one thing is clear…
It is possible to be traced by someone—a stalker, an investigator or even a criminal—via your IP address. And that clever stranger might just wind up right at your door.
Also, if a person (hopefully not you! ) were going online and doing something illegal (according to the laws in place wherever you are in the world), a law enforcement or government agency might seek legal permission to contact your Internet Service Provider for information.
With a subpoena in hand, investigators would ask the ISP to provide the online account holder’s name and address.
The ISP would have no choice but to provide it for them.
Thankfully, for just about everyone that’s an extreme case.
But don’t feel too safe quite yet.
You must admit, it’s unsettling news to know that anyone who has captured your IP address in the past can come close to zeroing in on your front door, depending on where you live.
Here’s some good news:
You can stop IP trackers cold, if you know how.
Hide your real IP address. Hide your real location.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could somehow pull the “old switcheroo” and go online with a different IP address—an IP address that, when anybody tried to trace it, would send them off to some other location, miles from where you actually are?
Guess what? You can.
Here are a few ways you can do that:
Use the Internet away from home. Go to the library or the local coffee bar. You’ll have a different IP address. The drawback: It still close to home and public networks aren’t always safe from other eavesdroppers.
Use the Tor network. Tor is an entirely different kind of network that is free and available to all. The drawback: It doesn’t offer great security and there are some very odd characters in some corners of Tor.
Use a proxy. They’re a touch old-fashioned and tricky to use, but a proxy hides your actual IP address. The drawback: Many websites block proxy access.
Here’s the best way to hide your public IP address.
Go online and sign up for a Virtual Private
Network (VPN) account.
A VPN is a service that redirects your Internet requests through a secure “tunnel” that is hacker proof. But more importantly, a VPN service assigns your live connection a different IP address, then reroutes your Internet request to the world.
Here’s why using a Virtual Private Network is a good thing:
No person or website you connect with knows your actual IP address…which your VPN masks for you when you are online.
You can use your VPN at home, at hotels and airports, and especially at free Wi-Fi hot spots with unsecured networks.
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Best IP tracker to identify IP addresses easily – by Opentracker
Q: what is an IP address? A: An IP address (Internet Protocol address) is a unique numerical label assigned to a device. It provides the location of the device in a network and a route on how to get there. The internet uses an IP address to send IP packets from a source to a destination. It is a building block that lets the internet function. Q: can an IP address identify me? A: No, an ip address does not reveal personal information (like a name, social security number or physical address). Millions of devices, like modems and routers keep logs of ip addresses. Your modem at home, or the 4G antennae you connect to with your phone are logging your ip addresses. Logs are necessary to maintain the internet. Logs with IP addresses are everywhere! A device keeping track of an ip address. Q: can I track someones IP-address? A: No, you can’t just track an Ip-address. You first need to have received one. Compare it to receiving a letter. If you receive the letter, then you can figure out where the letter came from by looking at the return address. If you don’t have the letter, then you also won’t have a return address. By the same token, if a letter does not have a destination address, you will not get a letter, and there is nothing to track it back internet terms this means you need a source address, a destination address and traffic (an email or a browser action) between the two. Normally an online business has a site or app as the destination and someone surfing the web is the source. If you are a business that has a site or an app and you are receiving internet traffic to the site or app the you will be able to see the ip-addresses coming to your site or app. Other places you can also see ip addresses are in the headers of the emails you receive or the log files of routers. Q: how does an IP tracker work? A: Opentracker records each unique user and their IP address. We use an IP tracer to identify where an IP address (and the visitor behind it) originates you need to find a specific user or visitor? Your business can locate any user or unique visitor who has been on your website by IP back through your historical data to see entire visit or session history of any IP address. Q: can I tag IP addresses? Yes, Opentracker allows businesses to automatically or manually tag any ip address for future reference, or processing to other destinations. Q: can I investigating click-fraud? Yes, detect Click-fraud and provide proof where needed. Q: can I following up on a leads? Yes, search visitors & clickstreams by IP address – make a record, enter into SalesForce, or any other CRM. Know what your (potential) clients are thinking, and what they are interested in. See how often a potential leads or clients returns, along with their entire history of clicks, downloads, events, and from invaluable strategic insights. Improve your asure your prospects and customers across complex funnels. Find bottlenecks and fix them. Increase conversions and create scalable entify multiple customers behind a single IP addressOur first-party cookie tracking technology allows us to identify multiple customers in the same company or organization located behind the same IP address / firewall. See when your product or service offerings are passed on for consideration or discussion within an organization. Details about an IP address include:Referrer, Exit, search termBrowser name & VersionPlatform & DevicesCountry, Region, CityGPS Longitude & LatitudeTimezone & LanguageISP, Provider or CarrierCompany & OrganizationArea, Postal or ZIP codeIP address & Connection typeDisplay size & Orientation