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Hi SQL, all the best and a prosperous 2020! Today I checked (not cached) and the IPQualityScore section said Proxy/Recent abuse/Bot/Score 100. Checking against where is said No proxy/No spam/Score 28. Any ideas? --Achim (talk) 12:50, 9 January 2020 (UTC)

Achim55, The paid lookups that ipcheck uses differ from the free lookups. From the website (may require login):
How Do Free Lookups Compare to Paid Plan Lookups?
You're likely missing fraud and high risk IP addresses! All of IPQS paid plans have access to better blacklists that significantly expand behavior patterns and detection rates for high risk IPs. Many of the worst IP addresses that facilitate abusive users online are via residential proxies. Our paid plans have access to premium blacklists with millions of active residential IP addresses & compromised devices collected by proprietary honeypots and botnet infiltration. Free account plans are limited to checking only a small portion of that data, leaving large gaps in coverage. SQLQuery me! 15:09, 9 January 2020 (UTC)
I see, thank you very much. So we can trust ipcheck's info ;) Cheers, --Achim (talk) 15:12, 9 January 2020 (UTC)

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