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100% anonymity? (or close?)

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by ineverysmile, Jun 29, 2010.

  1. ineverysmile

    ineverysmile Newbie

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    I'm looking at using a VPN, or private proxy lists (bought from yourprivateproxy.com), or Cloakfish; or a combination of. I am looking to achieve the highest level of anonymity possible. If there is another option that I am overlooking, please suggest.

    I want something that cannot be recognized by proxy detector scrips, that won't leak the IP, and won't look to suspicious. --Essentially the security measures that are put in place by CPA networks--

    I am new at this, so please forgive me if I am asking a foolish, or too optimistic of a question. I've been lurking the boards for quite some time now, and haven't quite found a clear cut answer.

    Thank you in advance to anyone who might be able to offer some assistance.
     
  2. speakeasy1973

    speakeasy1973 Registered Member

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    I think your title says it all I dont think you can ever be 100% anon. You can come close though. I think offshore VPN is the way to go. Or free wifi hotspots but that is not always feasible.
     
  3. fear91

    fear91 Regular Member

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    If you want complete anonymity use TOR with unprotected hotspots.
     
  4. ineverysmile

    ineverysmile Newbie

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    Thank you both for your replies. I'm curious if using a VPN + Socks5 (perhaps what justone is selling) used in combo, or even with a proxy chain + disabling all scripts and using ccleaner in conjunction could potentially bypass CPA network proxy detection.

    As far as TOR, would that be the best option over what I just wrote above, and more so than cloakfish?

    If that is the case, then the next step would be to find a good place to purchase a VPN (any suggestions?) as well as Socks5 (again, any suggestions? It seems justone's looks good). This will be a bit pricy; but it seems better to pay upfront than to lose much more in the back end.

    I was reading another thread by portalweb and his proxy detection site (which is now private). Does anyone know if this type of detection would give an accurate reading similar to what CPA networks base their detection off of?


    I know I have many questions, and for any answers I am truly grateful.
     
  5. blackh4ts

    blackh4ts Registered Member

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    i'm also looking for a good offshore vpn recommendation
     
  6. Falrish

    Falrish Regular Member

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    For what you are stating here, I agree that TOR is the way to go. there is no such thing as 100% anonymity anywhere on the web, but TOR will help. Offshore VPN work, but again, they have logs of your comings and goings...still possible to get traced.
     
  7. john.sebastian

    john.sebastian Newbie

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    Create a very long proxy chain using public proxies with combination of Tor and one private proxy. Your IP connects to private proxy, then TOR, Tor connects to proxy chain, and then the intended destination. The longer the proxy chain, the longer it takes to detect them. I had once created a proxy chain using 34 proxies (33 public + 1 private)

    Nothing is 100% anonymous. But you don't have to reach 100%, you just have to make sure not to let others reach your percentage. Don't try to win, just don't let them try to win.
     
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