Tag: IP address

How to anonymize collected IP addresses

If you are looking to prevent the storing of IP addresses, this can be achieved using Anonymized IP addresses. IP addresses will now be anonymized by replacing the last three digits with zeros. This setting works retroactively, meaning that IP addresses collected before enabling this setting will also be anonymized. . . . Read more

What are anonymized IP addresses?

The Anonymize IP addresses feature in MyCludo prevents the storage of IP addresses. Cludo replaces the last three IP digits with zeros to anonymize the IP address. The replacement happens instantly every time an event is registered, and Cludo does not store the original IP address. This setting works retroactively, . . . Read more

What are Disallowed Analytics?

The Disallowed Analytics feature allows you to prevent search activity from specific IP addresses from showing up in your MyCludo analytics. This is valuable when you’re looking to filter away internal search activity, for example, giving you a clearer picture of what external search activity actually looks like. To learn . . . Read more

How to use Disallowed Analytics

If you are looking to exclude search activity from certain IP addresses in your analytics, this can be achieved using the Disallowed Analytics feature. You have now excluded the IP address(es) from your analytics retrospectively, and their interactions with the search won’t affect the analytics data.

What are the crawlers’ IP addresses?

In some cases, the crawler may be blocked from indexing your website. To fix this, you may need to whitelist our IP address to allow the crawler to access the site. Our crawler’s IP addresses are: These are the IPs of the proxy that all of Cludo’s internal services use . . . Read more