If you have a dynamic IP address you've probably been in the situation where you have to find your external IPv4/IPv6 address or hostname fast, so you google "what is my ip" and go to the first site. I generally used ipcimed.hu, but like most of the sites, it only detects your IPv4 address and the domain of your hostname.
rolisoft.net/b is a similar page, however, it has more advanced detection mechanisms:
tl;dr: Goes NSA on your ass.
This script was crafted to return minimalistic HTML with classified
<span> tags. You can use this script, for example, to test your proxy list and discover their anonimity and location. Or whether they work at all.
To extract a value programmatically from the server's response, for example the GeoIP, you can either use XPath or regular expressions, whichever is more accessible from your scripting language:
If a proxy is detected, the script will send 2 GeoIPs. The last one is always the user.
This feature is currently not integrated, as the checking function is very slow.
dnsbl.php for the function I hacked together, and
dnsbl.txt for 112 working DNS blacklist addresses.
checkdnsbl() function will also report the blocking reason returned in the
TXT record of the DNS check. (Something I haven't seen online DNSBL checking sites to do, although it's a pretty awesome feature.)
UPDATE: You'll have to go back a few commits, because I've removed these files. DNSBL checking is integrated nicely, but it won't check a massively huge list, only a few lists which are specifically targeted towards a purpose. For example IP to AS mapping or proxy blacklists.
The source code is available via git. You are welcome to install it on your server then fix things that aren't broken:
git clone https://github.com/RoliSoft/IP-Diagnostics.git
Once you've checked it out, you'll need the free MaxMind databases. I wrote a script to take care of that for you:
chmod +x geodb/update.sh geodb/update.sh
This will download and extract 4 databases (GeoLiteCity, GeoLiteCityv6, GeoIPASNum, GeoIPASNumv6), resulting in 40 MB. IP2Location does not provide free databases. It does provide a "complementary" IPv6 country-level database, but even that requires registration.
The script automatically assumes, that the domain name you're going to access it from is a dual-stack domain, which also has two subdomains:
ipv4.*containing only A records (IPv4 address)
ipv6.*containing only AAAA records (IPv6 address)
If this is not the case, open
index.php and edit the appropriate fields. Please take a few anti-depressants before opening the file! You've been warned.
The reason why the code is the most beautiful thing you've seen in your life/s, and does not yet include comments, is because I pushed my private repo in which I hacked together this script long ago.
Due to some unique implementations, various people have emailed me and asked me to open-source the code or at least release parts of it. Mainly the anonymous proxy detection and Tor exit node detection parts were requested, so here they are.
[Note: The server it is currently hosted on is not always available.]