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A proxy or VPN that appears to someone checking as a normal IP?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by Random kittens, May 24, 2012.

  1. Random kittens

    Random kittens Newbie

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    Hi, does anyone know where there are lists of proxies VPN that appears to someone checking to be a normal IP?

    E.g. A VPN service provided by a reputable residential ISP, etc?
    Basically just something that I can say is a ''legit'' IP, and can't be called a VPN?

    Thank you for any help, I was one of the volunteer writers for a text game and got banned for an argument with the guy that runs it, and now I can't even play. :(

    A lot of VPNs when you look up their WHOIS information are registered to hosting companies etc, sure if the VPN is a proper VPN it's impossible to tell it's a VPN by technical measures like you can with a proxy, sure, sure, but it will fool a computer but not someone who looks up the company the IP comes from...

    Any human looking at an IP can tell it's a VPN if the DNS or WHOIS goes to a website offering webhosting or even blatantly sellling VPNs on the front page like some idiots do (I have seen people do this myself in my time as an admin!)

    Surely there must be some legit ISP that runs a VPN service?
     
  2. NIXMY

    NIXMY Regular Member Premium Member

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    To fulfill your requirements you would need a RDSL proxy where to connect after you've connected to your VPN. Needless to say, it will kill your connection speed and likely stability as well.

    I don't think so there is any ISP that runs VPN's and provides IP-addresses from their dynamic pools. There's also quite obvious reason for this, they make enough profits out of their legit business and don't want to hassle with low-profit business as competition in this niche is already heavy and prices are low.
     
  3. Random kittens

    Random kittens Newbie

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    Over on my thread in the main section (thread 444400, I can't make a link to it) I was told some VPNs offer legitimate static IPs but I think they might have been misundestanding the problem, I'm not sure.

    Thanks a lot, what do you mean by RDSL proxy, can you give me any examples pease? as I don't know many sites with lists etc other than this one :(
     
  4. thejake

    thejake Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    If you ask around / make it worthwhile / have something to offer there's people everywhere who'll run a proxy for you on their residential connection. A lot of cable routers even have PPTP built in so in some cases it's as simple as configuring a user for you.
     
  5. Random kittens

    Random kittens Newbie

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    Yeah, but a paid company would be much more trustworthy! :) Because the volume of content means they are unlikely to be spending time reading through your chats with friends etc, it's like how MSN even though everything goes through Microsoft is actually ok really, but I wouldn't take up some strange guy's offer of putting all my stuff through them because of well, never being able to tell the motivations :)