GDPR compliant web analytics without cookies!

Analysis and evaluation of the visitor statistics of your website - very simple and 100% GDPR compliant.
TRACKBOXX - Visitor tracking Made in Germany.

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Website analysis: simple and GDPR compliant

Trackboxx is a simple and effective way to record and analyze the visitors of your website. With Trackboxx, we offer you a web analytics solution that is GDPR compliant, does not require a content banner and, thanks to the clear dashboard, quickly and clearly shows what is happening on your website.


Opt-in banner? Not necessary for the Trackboxx!

The Trackboxx works without cookies! In addition, we do not store any personal data! This means that you do not have to mention Trackboxx in any Consent Banner. If you do not use any other program that collects personal data, you can completely disable the opt-in option.

Easy to understand Web Analytics

The Trackboxx is a quickly understandable tool that makes it easy for you to track what exactly is happening on your website. Even though our motto is "simplicity is king", it is still possible to create more complex analyses with Trackboxx. The software is based on a modern and high-performance solution, which is able to process billions of page views due to our server architecture and our worldwide CDN network.

Which data can you evaluate with Trackboxx

Visitor Numbers

Page Views

Average Time

Bounce Rate

Live Visitors

Browser language




UTM Tracking



Easy To Use

The Trackboxx shows you simply and clearly what is happening on your website. Even complex analysis are no problem.

Top Performance

Our tracking script has been developed and programmed so that it does not affect or slow down your website at any time.

Worldwide CDN

Through our worldwide CDN, we ensure that the tracking script is always delivered quickly and effectively.

For The Future

Our team will actively develop the Trackboxx further and provide many new and helpful features for you.

No Tracking Gaps

Because you don't have to provide an opt-in/out option to proactively track users, there are no tracking gaps like there are with "classic" tools like Google Analytics. 


Do you have questions, suggestions or are you interested in a special feature? Then contact us. We will be happy to help you and offer you individual support.

Customer Feedback


With the Trackboxx we finally have a possibility to monitor and evaluate our visitor numbers without the use of Google Analytics - and this 100% compliant with data protection and without an annoying cookie box. The perfect solution for us. 

Adriano Pierobon

Managing Director Humanis GmbH


Finally a web analysis where you can quickly and clearly see what is happening on your website - for us this is the perfect alternative to Google Analytics.

Marco Nürminger

Nürminger Immo & Konzept GmbH


We need a meaningful overview of how our website is developing. With the Trackboxx solution it is easy for us to keep track and to check the most important key figures daily.

Klaus-Dieter Müller

Golden Clover -


What is the difference between Google Analytics and Trackboxx?

Google Analytics is a service from Google that is used on millions of websites. The service is 100% free of charge for the end user. The reason for this is that Google evaluates and processes the data for its own offers, evaluations etc.

With Trackboxx we offer a GDPR-compliant tracking analysis, which processes and visualizes your visitor statistics without cookies and without storing and processing personal data. 

To offer this service, the use of Trackboxx is subject to a fee.

How does the tracking from Trackboxx work?

Trackboxx web analysis works 100% without the use of cookies and storage of personal data.

We use the visitor's IP address and some other parameters (not personal data) once and generate a "hash" to "track" the visitor while on the site. This hash is stored for a maximum of 24 hours and then automatically deleted. Therefore a subsequent recognition is impossible.

It is not possible to see a visitor's history, nor is it possible to decrypt an IP from the hash.

Furthermore, we only store the most necessary data such as number of visitors, page views, origin, bounce rate and end device. 

Hash & decryption in detail:

We create 2 hash values. One for the visitor and one for the page that is called.

User Hash: Signature Hash + IP + User Agent + SiteID + Current Day

Page Hash: Signature Hash + IP + User Agent + SiteID + Hostname + Path + Current Day

The signature hash is renewed every day, which means that the data cannot be decrypted afterwards.

Do I still need a Consent Banner / Cookiebox?

First of all, we would like to mention that this is not legal advice. In case of doubt, every website operator should consult their data protection officer.

One of the great advantages of Trackboxx is that, from our point of view, no separate consent via opt-in (Consent Banner) is required.

We are aware that one or the other privacy expert disagrees and argues that Trackboxx stores and processes the IP address of the visitor.

Here is a brief statement from our data protection officers:

"The storage of personal data does not necessarily require consent. This is also not derived from the TTDSG. The TTDSG addresses cookies and the like in Section 25 TTDSG.
Art. 6 GDPR provides the legal basis. Legitimate interest should be applicable to Trackboxx.

The IP address is processed by Trackboxx "only", namely to anonymize it or pseudonymize it for the duration of the hash validity."


What does Trackboxx cost?

Please click HERE to see our prices.

The smallest tariff starts at 5,00€ per month and includes up to 25,000-page views which is enough for many websites.

Which tariff do I need?

The Starter Rate for 5.00€ per month includes a maximum of one website and a total of 25,000-page views.

For many websites, this tariff will be sufficient.

Let us assume 100 visitors per day and each visitor opens on average 3 subpages. In total this would be 9000-page views.

In the Business Tariff for 14,00€ there are 100,000-page impressions included. On average 3333-page views per day. 

If you exceed the maximum number of page views, there will be no extra costs. Please see the following FAQ.

What is the difference between the Free package and 30 days free trial

The Free package is a completely free option to use Trackboxx on your website.

Unlike the paid subscriptions, the Free package is limited to a maximum of 2500 pageviews and the following features are not active:

  • Live Visitors
  • Google Keywords
  • Reporting
  • Outgoing Links
  • Conversions / Goals
  • UTM Sources

The 30 days test version can be used with any package and therefore includes all functions. After 30 days your account will be switched inactive and to continue using it, a paid package must be selected.

No payment information needs to be provided for the 30 day trial.

What happens when I have used up my page views?

There are no additional costs if you exceed the maximum number of page views. If you exceed the limit in the first month or 2 months in a row, we will contact you to upgrade your account. 

If you exceed your maximum pageviews in the free tariff (2500), a corresponding information will be displayed on your dashboard. 

Further statistics will no longer be saved and displayed after exceeding the limit.

In all paid models, a corresponding information will also be displayed in your dashboard. Your statistics will still be recorded for 24 hours, so that you can react accordingly.

Basically you have the possibility to either upgrade your subscription or to buy a Pageview package.

How do I add the tracking code into my site?

The tracking code will be displayed in your dashboard once you have created a website. Copy the code and paste it into the header of your website before the closing .

Detailed documentation will be published in our documentation.

We will also provide plugins to make the integration easier.

If you need help, contact us.

What happens if I delete my account?

In principle you have the option to cancel your paid subscription, but we will still store your traffic data. (max. 6 months)

If you do not want to do so, you will find an option in your user account to delete your entire Trackboxx account including all data.

What does payment processing via Paddle mean?

The entire payment process and sale of individual packages at Trackboxx is handled by the payment provider Paddle. This also means that on your invoice as well as when you pay via PayPal "" is shown as the payee.

Are visitors from known bots included in the statistics?

At Trackboxx, we use a dynamic bot and spam-bot detection.

This means that all common bots, such as Google, Bing, Yahoo, etc., are not counted. 

We also block all bots from SEO tools like Semrush, Sistrix, or Ahrefs, so they are not included in your statistics.

Furthermore, our system recognizes known 'spam sources' and also accesses appropriate external data to ignore such traffic.

This means that the numbers you see in your dashboard are 99% real visitors.

Tracking without Cookies with Trackboxx: Why actually?

"Why should I spend money on a Webtracking-Tool when Google Analytics is completely free and there are some Open-Source-Solutions Available?" As obvious as this question is, so is the answer: Google Analytics and other Visitor-Trackers use cookies, store and process personal data. The data giant from Silicon Valley uses this data, for example, to optimize the provision of its own services, such as advertising. What is not necessarily tragic per se, however, requires website operators (publishers) to inform their users that Google (or another provider like Piwik / Matomo) collects and evaluates this personal data and provides it directly or indirectly to advertising partners.

GDPR: No Cookie-Tracking without consent

According to the GDPR, compliance with which is now strictly followed up by the authorities (there are severe penalties for violations!), website visitors must clearly express their consent if a website uses cookies to track user behavior or processes personal data in any way.

This is usually done via a so-called Consent Banner. This indicates the processing of personal data and ensures the publisher the consent of the user via an Opt-in Button.

Cookie-Consent Banner? Save yourself the trouble.

Our website visitor tracking tool Trackboxx does not use cookies and is therefore more than just a Google Analytics or Piwik / Matomo alternative. No personal data is stored. In principle, you can do without a Consent Banner - provided, of course, that you do not use any other services that store personal data.

Your website visitors are spared the often annoying Opt-In process and are instead taken immediately and without delay to your online offer. We are sure that this is a clear competitive advantage.

What are Cookies anyway and what are the dangers?

A Cookie - by this is meant an HTTP-Cookie - is a text information. This can be stored in the browser of the respective end device with which an Internet user surfs on a website. For this purpose, this text information is either generated via a JavaScript in the browser or transmitted to the browser by the respective web server.

The aim of the Cookie: If a user visits a website again, the cookie information can be read out directly or sent to the web server via a script. For example, websites identify the website visitor, save logins and secure shopping baskets at online stores.

Necessary and non-necessary (Third-Party) Cookies

Some cookies are therefore necessary to ensure the function of a website. This is often referred to as necessary cookies.

However, there are also non-essential cookies. In particular, tracking and advertising cookies: i.e., third-party cookies that, from a purely technical point of view, are not required for the functioning of the website, but are used for retargeting or provided for advertising partners via Google Analytics or affiliate programs, for example.

What does the EU Cookie Directive say?

However, according to Cookie Directive of the EU, necessary cookies may be active without the user's prior consent. However, the activation of non-essential cookies must be regulated via an opt-in procedure.

The ePrivacy Regulation (ePVO), which replaces the ePrivacy Directive and was already fulfilled in Germany by the Telemediengesetz (TMG) and Telekommunikationsgesetz (TKG) is likely to further tighten the GDPR.

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GDPR compliant tracking without cookies!