A flag pops up on a protective database, the flag reads:
repeated activity from ip address: 81.153.126.*
Opens a command prompt and does a reverse dns look up:
81.153.126.* = registered to British Telecommunications. Allocated internet node = Solihull.
Opens look-up table:
ip address registered to customer: [name]
ip address registered to residential property: [address]
Opens profile database and runs a lookup query:
81.153.126.* is running Microsoft Windows XP (which surprises me because I thought he’d switched to Apple)
Resolution: 1280 x 800
Colour Depth 32bits
What else do I want to know about him?
Do I want to know the last 25 websites he visited? Read the last 10 webmails he accessed? Do I want to collect the last 10 passwords or UserIDs saved in his browser?
No. I’ll leave these intact. For now anyway.
Dude, this number of daily visits – and believe me, I’m logging all of them – tells me you’ve got an unhealthy obsession.
You’re unwell. Seek help now.