How do I track an IP location on Omegle without any software? Is the information somewhere in my computer?
So I can see that.So what we need is some way to know where the user is in relation to the servers in question. For example, if a user is logged into my server at the same time as someone else at another server, you can try to connect to their server at the same time and see what they are doing. If the first time you connect, you get their IP address, you can then see how close you are to them. If you are in the same room, you can then try to guess their location. The problem is that we have no way of knowing what is going on when the user logs into the server. A friend of mine was playing an online shooter and his server was overloaded. As soon as he logged on, all the other players in the game were dropped, leaving him to log in only to find that his client was down. After logging in, he logged out again to fix the problem, but when he logged back in, his client was still up. At this point he started looking at the logs to see what was going on. What he found out was that all the other players in the game were dead.He ran around the server searching for a way to fix the problem. He tried going to the server administrator and telling him about the problem, but there was no response. He then tried sending a PM to the server administrator, but that didn’t help either. When he was finally able to figure out what was going
If you think the same goes for other countries, there might be a way to do it, but I am not that smart.Another problem is how do you determine if an IP address is valid or not. There are a number of techniques, including things like spoofing or using a server which is not being used. Some ISPs offer a "smart" way to determine if an IP address is valid - which might help, but then you have to get a third party to be able to do the trick.With the Omegle issue, I figured I would make a tool that will let you enter an IP address and then try to figure out if it is valid or not. It also will give you an estimate of the time the IP address will be valid. I will be releasing this tool in the next few days so you can get this working for yourself and see if you can figure out if the IP address is valid or not.The tool is called "Omegle Smart IP". You will need to have Python installed on your computer. If you don’t have Python, you can download it from here: http://www.python.org/downloads/ (for Windows users, if the download is not available, use the latest version of Python 2.6).After downloading, you will need to extract the .zip file, and extract the contents into a folder.You can run the application by double-clicking it.