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Let me explain. When i right click on image, i see its size and other properties, however i would also want to see on which host it is located. It would be nice to have such plugin for Firefox and Chrome that would not only show IP of server file resides but also hosting company server it is on.

Preferrably it would be nice not only for images but any other media.

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If you right click on an image in firefox and select View Image Info you'll get details about the image. Under Location, you'll see a URL, take the domain and tld and pop it into Whois for Firefox and it will tell you many details about the domain (including hosting company).

Hostlogr will tell you the hosting information for whatever page you are on in firefox.

Wipmania will give you details like DNS entries (host command in unix), traceroute and ping options and country location for the server.

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