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Secure Mobile Lab Footprinting
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About CountryWhois tool CountryWhois is a utility for identifying the geographic location of an IP address. CountryWhois can be used to analyze server logs, check e-mail address headers, identify online credit card fraud, or in any other instance where you need to quickly and accurately determine the country of origin by IP address. What makes CountryWhois different from similar tools is its very high accuracy (over 98%), unprecedented speed of processing (a 100 MB log file is processed within one second), regular updates that keep the ever-changing IP address database up-to-date, an array of supported import and export formats, command-line mode, and a convenient interface. CountryWhois was built on the renowned SmartWhois® technology developed by TamoSoft since 1997. While CountryWhois is similar to SmartWhois in some respects, it is focused exclusively on IP-to-country identification and doesn't need to contact external Whois servers. CountryWhois will also be available to software developers as a stand-alone database and SDK in the near future. System Requirements * Pentium II or higher * Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista, including 64-bit editions * 32 MB RAM * 5 MB of free disk space Installing CountryWhois * Double-click SETUP.EXE to execute it. * Setup will guide you through the rest of the installation process.
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Uninstalling CountryWhois * Choose Uninstall from the CountryWhois program group. OR: * Open the Windows Control Panel. * Double-click the "Add/Remove programs" icon. * Search the list for "CountryWhois" and double-click on it.
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==== Caller IP: Similar to Caller ID on your telephone, CallerIP identifies who is connecting to your system so you can protect your system and confidential information from intruders. CallerIP tells you the: IP address, or 'phone number', of someone connecting to your system city and country location of the IP address domain registation, including contact information, of the 'owner' of the IP address
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