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comment What information can an outsider obtain from my system by knowing only the IP address?
If you mean your public IP, then approx location (infosniper.net) and hostname. If you configured your own domain and have a WHOIS record, then possibly your name, address, telephone number, business name etc. Probably your ISP (webmasterworld.com/forum10/9021.htm). If you have a public profile on the web and this can be reliably tied to your name and location, then anything in the profile, including what you look like. So I agree with this answer.
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