Ip Address

hi, I need to find when user loging to our web site, which address or which zip/postcode, is there is a way to do that?
Other than find broadband service provider location.
Any tools may be i can buy more help full.Thanks
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KimputerCommented:
Privacy privacy privacy. Unless you're an extremely good hacker, this information should NOT EVER come into your hands!
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Paul MacDonaldDirector, Information SystemsCommented:
The process you're talking about is called "geolocation", and it's only ever a best guess.  You can't get to a physical street address, but you can usually get to a town, or ZIP Code.  There are several companies that offer the service, and I've included links to a few of them.  Links do not imply endorsement.

https://www.iplocation.net/

http://www.infosniper.net/

https://www.ip2location.com/
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ukerandiAuthor Commented:
@Paul: It's showing your Service Provide Details
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Paul MacDonaldDirector, Information SystemsCommented:
"@Paul: It's showing your Service Provide Details"
I'm not sure what you mean.
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KimputerCommented:
@ukerandi, as I said before, there's no such database (except maybe the NSA/FBI/CIA). YOU WILL NEVER GET THAT INFO! You may or may not get an approximation through geolocation services, but you CAN NOT TRUST THAT (as you found out, it was the ISP info you got in your own test)
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William MillerInventory/IT ConsultantCommented:
Geolocation services are perfectly fine if you know the IP in question. They won't give you an exact location (and rightly so), but they can give you a pretty good approximation within a few miles. That said, if this is not someone from within the company, you will likely never know who this is without it being elevated to the proper authorities.
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