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emulating WikiScanner's functionality
Posted by: yawnmoth
Date: June 02, 2008 11:19AM

According to wikipedia.org, "[the author of WikiScanner] said he used the ip2location database that has "2,668,095 different organizations … which I am using to connect IP#'s to organization names. Within the IP2Location database, there are 187,529 different organizations with at least one anonymous Wikipedia edit."".

My question is, how does ip2location http://www.ip2location.com/free.asp do it?

whois.arin.net lets me perform searches by OrgName by doing ".OrgName". Is there a way to conduct similar searches on whois.ripe.net? "-i descr OrgName" doesn't seem to work...

And speaking of searching by OrgName, whois.arin.net's searching seems to be limited. +143.231.0.0 yields an OrgName of "Information Systems, U.S. House of Representatives", even though a search for ".House of Representatives" only yields one result - "House of Representatives Computer Center". I don't suppose there's a better way to search it?

Also, say I wanted to lookup the IP addresses associated with a particular organization. I do a search for their name and get their OrgID (say ISUHR). How might I correlate that to their IP addresses? One would think that typing in "!ISUHR" might work, but it doesn't. In fact, it seems to give the same output that you'd get if you did a search for OrgName and only got one result back. (And it doesn't seem that you can get multiple results back with this query, either - "!ISU" yeilds one result, as well).

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Re: emulating WikiScanner's functionality
Posted by: rsnake
Date: June 09, 2008 09:49AM

There are a whole bunch of IP2Geo websites out there that sell this information. I used to have one lying around somewhere, but I can't seem to locate it at the moment.

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Re: emulating WikiScanner's functionality
Date: June 09, 2008 05:55PM

There's a free one written in Java by Johann Burkard available at [johannburkard.de].


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Re: emulating WikiScanner's functionality
Posted by: ntp
Date: June 18, 2008 07:51PM

rsnake Wrote:
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> There are a whole bunch of IP2Geo websites out
> there that sell this information. I used to have
> one lying around somewhere, but I can't seem to
> locate it at the moment.

The original, and still master is Quova.

Also see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geobytes

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