IP addresses are very easy to block. IP addresses can be blocked simply through your Windows firewall no matter what Windows you are using. But sometimes when you install antivirus programs such Norton Internet security, they disable the Windows firewall system and apply their own. In such case you will need to block an IP address through Norton Internet Security. Many users get confused by this but it is a very easy and straightforward process. Read more ›
Originally posted 2011-03-27 13:32:09.
Usually a network router has two IP addresses. One IP for the Local Area Network (LAN) which is used internally, the other for Wide Area Network which is external. Both IPs are denoted in digits separated by dots. Read more ›
Originally posted 2011-03-25 13:27:20.
Realistically, it cannot be done. Determining the exact physical street address through an IP is both theoretically and practically impossible. The good thing is that it can get you close. Close enough to let you know in which part of the city a user is sitting. But every process invented to track down IP location is not full proof. Sometimes, the IPs provided by Internet Service Providers (ISP) are rotating. Secondly, People who want anonymity keep changing their IPs through proxy software. Software and programs can keep your IP hidden or can give a wrong location. A person sitting in England can use a software program and get himself an IP address of India. There are plenty of online sites and software which offer this service. Read more ›
Originally posted 2011-03-23 13:23:27.
IP address is the unique address given to every computing device which is linked to the internet. Many people wish to know their IP addresses for variable reasons. Finding an IP address is very easy. Read more ›
Originally posted 2011-03-21 13:17:03.
Windows 7 is the most user-friendly and easy to operate Windows to date. You do need some getting used to if you are switching from XP or other Windows, but in couple of days you get so used to Windows 7 than every other operating system seems difficult. Read more ›
Originally posted 2011-03-19 13:12:02.
Each and every internet user is assigned a unique internet protocol (IP) address whenever he or she logs onto the internet. Whatever websites they visit, whatever forums they browse, whatever information they access, their IP address leaves their trace there. IP address is provided by your internet service provider (ISP). Sometimes IPs provided by your ISP are permanently assigned to your account and sometimes the IPs are rotating. Read more ›
Originally posted 2011-03-17 12:59:44.
If you want to understand the complexities of networking, finding your own IP address is the first step. You’ll learn how to track IP, what an IP can do, what information can be obtained through IP and what cannot be obtained. Even if you want to change your IP, the initial step would be to determine it. Read more ›
Originally posted 2011-03-15 12:50:29.
Mostly an IP address is very easily to determine. This has lead many people to believe that IP can reveal a great deal. This is not true; IP addresses can reveal very little details. Personal name or exact physical location cannot be determined through an IP. Read more ›
Originally posted 2011-03-13 12:44:15.