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Piwik is the leading open source web analytics platform available in 48 languages! It gives you insights on your website's visitors, your marketing campaigns and much more, so you can optimize your strategy and online experience of your visitors.
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submitted almost 5 years ago, by Eron
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wasn't there a really, really insecure PHP app for analytics...? I thought it was Piwik, but after googling it seems it is not. I remember it's free and open source, any time it's brought up in any thread its just a truckload of people saying not to use it because it's full of vulnerabilities. Maybe it wasn't even analytics, but it was something similar (CMS or forum maybe?). If anyone knows what that is maybe we should find it on Pineapple and add that PSA.

blueberry, almost 5 years ago


@blueberry Thanks for your comment. To be honest we use GA. But I am always curious to try out new stuff - and Piwik looks interesting to me. Since pineapple is supposed to be a general hub I thought it might be a good idea to add Piwik as an alternative to GA. Next to paid products like Mixpanel. Of course everybody needs to do his or her homework before putting a tool into production. This is what we have Google Search for...... ;)

Eron, almost 5 years ago


Oh yeah! I didn't mean it like I didn't think you should add it, it just made me think of this PHP app that's always talked about but frowned on.. I just couldn't for the life of me think of what it was and I thought it was Piwik at first, but I don't think that's it.

I use Kiss Metrics myself, although I was looking at MP

blueberry, almost 5 years ago


It could be this maybe?


lush, almost 5 years ago


Hmm.. thats not it. It's on the tip of my tongue. ugh.

blueberry, almost 5 years ago

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