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Still wondering
From Nicholas on 13 Oct '99
replying to Re: Caching by AOL and others- any stats? posted by Joe

>>The best free service who checks this is at:

Advice from Help Desk, eh? :-)

> I have tried extreme's services and the best way I can describe it is that it is the red headed step child of real trackers. I even have clients you use this piece of junk, visit my site via the tracker script, then I can click in to this script via that referral and fully browse all of the stats generated by extreme for that site.

You mean they're clicking to your site directly from their
stats page? That's a security no-no even with AXS.

>Try this site, security is one of his top concerns and it's also non-profit.
> - Lots of useful scripts that are easy to install.

I use them and like them, though I'm being forced to build
something a bit more powerful. But even AXS won't tell me
how many times AOL users *didn't* come to my site because
they retrieved from the AOL cache. I think I'm looking for
research that cannot be obtained from any logging format
on my server.

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