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There is no definitive way to prove where a server is hosted, short of hacking the connection to the source computer (which i highly DON'T recommend). Hiding your IP Address is something that even most teenagers have learned to do to skirt security. The company COULD be using a security software that obscures their actual IP (for protection against would-be ...


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As BillP3rd mentioned in his comment, "Technically, it could be located literally anywhere, regardless of what TRACEROUTE says. All you can know for sure is where the path from the Internet ends." Now for the most part we only care where the path from the internet ends because that's where your traffic is going. However it's not a 100% guarantee the ...


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You can never be sure when it comes to traceroute results. But there is hope for your special case. The contract says the servers are in the EU. There is a test you can execute which, if successful, would give you 100% guarantee that they are lying. (if unsuccessful, they might be telling the truth, or they might be lying) The idea is to use something like ...



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