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March 18, 2009

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1. What is TraceMyIP.org?

TraceMyIP.org is an advanced truly private web based website visitor counting, geo tracking and analytics / statistics service builed on a proprietary technology developed by a USA, Massachusetts private laboratory.

Some of the exciting website analytics and visitor tracking features that TraceMyIP.org offers are:
• Count website visitors and track the pages they have viewed with much more greater detail than any other website visitor counters available
• Track returning visitors and privately monitor their website browsing activity in the background in real time
• Trace the physical location and system statistics of each individual website visitor based on the visitor's IP address
• Access visitor location regional maps for fast website traffic overview
• Detect and keep track of the keywords analysis used in the search engines to find the website(s)
• Analyze the most popular pages, internal referrers, external referrers and other sources of web traffic
• Access advanced search engines' lead website analytics
• 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 TraceMyIP.org statistics software
• Keep your website traffic statistics private - unlike practically all web based statistics services online, TraceMyIP.org does not share your advanced visitor website statistics with anyone, even advertisers.

TraceMyIP.org is designed for low, medium and high traffic websites such as personal, commercial and non-profit websites, blogs, forums and professional establishments, including full support for secure SSL tracking of the eCommerce web stores.

2. Does TraceMyIP.org affect the bandwidth usage with my web hosting provider?

Just like a "green car" technology approved by the US Environmental Protection Agency's, TraceMyIP.org does not substantially increase the bandwidth usage of your web hosting provider since the actual website statistics analysis software is hosted on TraceMyIP.org dedicated servers. Therefore the entire web traffic analysis is performed by the CPU power available within TraceMyIP.org infrastructure. Furthermore, by utilizing TraceMyIP.org and disabling your own dedicated server's built in statistics software, such as the cpanel's statistics software, it is possible to save bandwidth and CPU processing resources, thus speeding up the web page loading.
3. Would TraceMyIP.org code trigger anti-spam and antivirus security or privacy alerts on my webite visitors' computers?

TraceMyIP.org is stricly a website analytics 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 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. TraceMyIP.org does not contain such code patterns, therefore the anti-spam and antivirus security alerts are not trigered.

4. What is an IP?

An IP is an abbreviation of Internet Protocol. IP serves a role of a computer identification number that is assigned by a network it's connected to. Without an IP address networking would not be possible.

5. Why is my IP address changing from time to time?

Every time you establish a new connection to your Internet Service Provider account (also known as an ISP), the ISP's network assigns an individual IP number to your computer in order to provide you with the data your computer requests from web servers. This is not associated with an account privacy matters but rather a technical aspect of user account id distribution.

6. What about my privacy?

When you connect to your ISP's network, your IP physical location is associated with an account owner' s financial information that is used to issue the service bills, thus making it possible for authorities to easily trace your legal physical location. Furthermore, even without having a legal warrant to request an owner's account address information from an ISP, using tools like TraceMyIP.org, it's possible for virtually anyone to approximate your IP's physical location. TraceMyIP.org website analytics and visitor tracking functionality does just that.

7. Who can see 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.

8. What can be done to protect my IP's security and privacy?

It is possible to hide an IP address by using a private Proxy server. This helps to conseal your private IP information to a certain extent.

9. 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. 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 proxy servers establishments on the world wide web that offer free online user accounts to hide your online identity. This, however, is not a bullet-proof method.

10. Is there a risk using a Proxy Server?

Definitely. Using an anonymous proxy server computer to hide your IP actually presents a more serious threat that contributes to the information leak. Since the data has to pass through a proxy server, any information you transmit through that server can be intercepted, including your account login and password information that you may utilize for any of the online services.

Never access any of your financial account information, including online credit card banking systems, initiate transfer of funds, pay your bills online or register any online accounts that contain a secure information while using a free proxy server. As a matter of fact, most of the electronic identity theft cases being investigated worldwide are the direct result of information theft via utilization of so called free proxy servers that offer free online user accounts.

11. If someone posesses my private IP information, what type of 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 legal or financial bank information to anyone but legal authorities. Therefore your private information connected to your ISP provider remains very secure.

There is still a chance though that you may become a target of an internet hacker attack. The IP address attack spoofs your local Internet connection by trying to your computer via software vulnerabilities. If have your computer connected directly to a DSL or 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 file sharing. In this situation, it would not be a bad idea to get a good Firewall software along with an Antivirus software or a hardware router with a built in Firewall. There is a definite advantage of having a hardware Firewall built-in into a router. While a software Firewall is good and gives you full control, it may be susceptible to viruses, misconfigurations and crashes, while a hardware Firewall always runs in the background, allowing only outgoing traffic, giving you somewhat a limited control of your inbound traffic while providing you with the best possible protection from a dangerous inbound traffic.

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