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How to Track Someone on the Internet
This page includes links to tools - and information on these tools -
that run on the Internet or can be downloaded to your computer. Several of these tools were designed to make it easier to find a person.
Finger, for instance, can be used to find the email address of a person,
if you know which provider that person uses or what company he/she is working at.
Whois is especially useful to find a person working in the IT-business.
Sometimes companies or institutions run a whois server, making it possible to find any employee (see the link below).
NSLookup is used to look up the name of a computer.
Traceroute is not used in particular to find a person, but to trace the lengthy path an email
has to take before it reaches your computer.
More information on the purpose of running and using each one of these services can be found through the links on this page.
Traceroute test where you enter the host or ip address, and the root location from where the trace should start
Read Notify - Trace IP
Info on finger
Whois lookup - BetterWhois.com searches for
.COM .NET .ORG .INFO .BIZ domain names. To find a country-specific whois, also go to their website!
Tip: Are you looking for someone who is or was in the US Military? Please check out my FAQ on how to find (former) military personnel. Or you might want to get an overview of databases and military locators
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