Congratulations to Egon Galvani on winning IP2Location Programming Contest 2018
Past Contest Winners
Contest Name Winner Name Project Description Prizes Won
IP2Location Programming Contest 2018 Egon Galvani a telegram bot that allows the user to check if an ip is a proxy and gain detailed information about it. the bot can be also used to obtain informations and charts about data stored inside the ip2proxy database, grouped by proxy type and location. USD$500 + DB11(3 years subscription license) + PX4 (3 years subscription license)
Total worth of USD$7,244
IP2Location Programming Contest 2017 Richard Cziva Ruru is a software designed to visualise internet traffic in real-time and it analyses all tcp flows directed to it and measures end-to-end latency experienced by users. USD$500 + PX4 (3 years subscription license)
Total worth of USD$5,297
IP2Location Programming Contest 2016 Ronald Robertson uses ip2location databases to resolve ipv4 addresses to country names or full location with geoplotting capabilities USD$500 + DB11 (3 years subscription license)
Total worth of USD$2,447
IP2Location Programming Contest 2015 Peter Bieringer information / conversion / statistics of ipv4 / ipv6 addresses based (also)/including ip2location data USD$500 + DB11 (3 years subscription license)
Total worth of USD$2,447