I'm developing an ASP.NET MVC site and I'm using Google Universal Analytics to test how to use that. Essentially every page has code that calls the Google Analytics JS function and all that is working fine.
However my application is running entirely on localhost while it is being developed. The only external functionality I'm using is Google Analytics itself.
After loading various pages and clicking buttons etc I'm getting statistics and graphs that claim approx. 30% of my "users" (should only be me) are from Russia, another 10% from the US and the remaining is actually from me, in England.
To further add to it, many of the Russian and US statistics are from different browsers I've never even used let alone tested the application with. Again, the entire thing is running local.
What is going on?