What is an IP logger, and how does it work?
Dude Changed status to publish February 9, 2022
An IP logger is a type of router that logs the information of all devices connecting to it. It will keep a tab on the IP address, timestamps and data volumes.
IP Loggers have become very popular with businesses due to their ability to determine who their most valuable customers are, how much data they use, and etc.
Companies such as Google and Verizon have been using this technology for years now. And ever since an individual’s Internet traffic became public in 2006 through widespread usage of wiretapping programs like Carnivore (which was replaced by Narus software), we started seeing a LOT more loggers around!