How To Identify IP Address of Anonymous Trolls

We have an 80%-90% success rate for positively identifying IP addresses for anonymous internet users. In most cases we can gather much more evidence, leading to the positive identification of the individual behind unlawful or harassing internet activities.


As long as your antagonist is anonymous, it is difficult to escape the 24/7 torment that comes through anonymous criminal and civil wrong doing via the internet.


Our cyber crimes investigators can positively identify IP address and capture other user data about the trolls who harass you, or interfere with your business. All methods are legal, admissible in court, and very compelling. Once identified, many trolls will often delete the offending material for fear of criminal or civil court action. If they persist, our work and evidence gathered can help you seek injunctive relief through litigation or criminal charges.

Identify IP Address and Other User Data

Digital evidence comes in many forms. The evidence can be encrypted, protected or otherwise hidden. We identify IP address and other user data from fake review authors, cyber stalkers and corporate leaks via FaceBook, Twitter, WhatsApp, SnapChat, and so on.

identify IP address from anonymous troll

Identifying Other Anonymous Users:
-Text Message & Phone Calls
-Email addresses
-PO Boxes (physical)
-Hushmail & ProtonMail
-Defeating Proxy IP Servers (That’s right, we can ID trolls even when they are using Virtual Private Networks)

Positively Identify Anonymous Cyber Trolls

Rexxfield’s cyber tracing team of investigators and partner attorneys have a demonstrated track record of tracing and positively identifying anonymous trolls behind malicious Internet libel. We can help you identify your antagonists, often without court action. Contact us for free consultation…..

Identify IP Address Process In and Out of Court

The suggestion of cart blanche and absolute protection for all anonymous speech (disguised as “net neutrality”), particularly when it is malicious is absurd. It is reasonably presumed that proponents of such notions have never experienced the financial and emotional debilitation of these vicious assaults. The advent of anonymous, free-for-all, online character defamation platforms compounds the victims’ carnage exponentially — brought about by the enduring nature of the postings, instant availability through search engines and the viral republication thereof.

Notwithstanding the motives of the cowardly, malicious minority, there are still compelling First Amendment interests at stake when an anonymous blogger’s anonymity is threatened by a subpoena. The US Constitution (and similar provisions in other nations) demands a stringent test before a judge can order that the veil of anonymity can be pierced. At a minimum, the determination whether the court will permit discovery of confidential identifying information from a third-party generally  comprises the following elements:

  1. The plaintiff must first establish a significant likelihood of success on the merits of his/her defamation claim.
  2. The plaintiff must establish that the balance of hardship tips in the plaintiff’s favor; and
  3. The plaintiff must establish that the subpoena is the least intrusive alternative available.

These factors, while mindful of the right to recover damages for legitimate defamation claims, ensure that a plaintiff will not be able to compel an ISP to disclose confidential identifying information, when disclosure is neither necessary nor fair to a defendant who has not committed and criminal or civil wrongdoing.

In a Nutshell:

Rexxfield provides stealthy, legal and proactive digital investigations into anonymous Internet activities. This is achieved by identifying the anonymous antagonists often without him or her being aware of the scrutiny. Once identified the victim/client can make better informed decisions, based on the subject’s known behavior patterns, as to the best way to move forward, both tactically and strategically. That may or may not include litigation.

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