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All the ip changers we have found are crap...

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by dizz, Jun 30, 2009.

  1. dizz

    dizz Elite Member

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    Hello,

    So far all of the ip changers that we have found have been nothing but bs. So I am looking for a quality ip changer that won't crap out when I actually put it to use. Also I need the ip to change not only on a timed basis, but also whenever i need it too. IE: Whenever I have exhausted my resources for all the emails I can send. Does anyone have a solution for my problem? Also, I have the Switch proxy tool for firefox.... it may be good, but I can't find a good valid list that will allow me to make profiles on certain networks that i have gotten kicked off of. Any advice?
     
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    just recently purchase hide my ip 2009 for $29, and works great, the problem with crack is none of the programs are full featured and does contains full of trojan, actually this retails one goes to the server and gets the encrypted secure ip and loads on with the application, this way your net speed remains as it is, while changes the ip address for you, i am neither related to the product,but just telling you how satified i am with this product, its only $29,no so expensive, great soft my recomendation.
     
  3. jamesmith

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    But you cannot use it with any program ..like troopal
     
  4. dizz

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    Well then, so we know which ones not to use.... But that still doesn't answer the question. We need to know which ones to use.... LOL...
     
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    I don't use HideMyIp at all, but you actually can use it with Troopal. Look at their program compatibility list; you'll see EasyAd Suite Deluxe listed which is Troopal.
     
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    what type of internet connection do you have?

    I was recently turned onto macshifting by fellow BHW member
     
  7. dizz

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    I am currently on a shaky wireless tower, the town we live in has a wireless provider and there is a receiver in my back yard.... But our speed is only 512 currently.
     
  8. mindseye

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    Get a strong directional antenna and hop your neighbors? "I'm sure they won't mind" ;)

    I forget who wrote the original post - something to do with Craigslist. "talked of Sprint"

    Now I use a Sprint card - when I need to flip ips.. Other than that, you can check into making a batch file for your router "assuming you have a router". Then execute it with the task manager. "assuming your on MS platform".


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    Well, ok, our ip issue.... LOL... We have a router system, we use Airlink 101... I actually like it... It didn't fry like our linksys... We are on a MS platform. I have never heard of making a batch file for a router... And we are who our neighbors tried to hop off of until I password encoded our signal.. We are in the middle of nowhere in texas. We just recently have been able to get cable internet in our town so our current internet provider is a wireless provider... About 100 or so yards away is their tower and we have a mini reciever in our backyard... And that is what we are currently working on, getting the cable internet run to our house. Any of the wireless provider cards don't really work out here.. We are not a 3g network so if they do work, doubtful though, they are exceedingly slow. We have trouble with our cellphones out here. And until we get to a cable internet platform, we would like to go invisible, for as little cost as possible... Free would be wonderful because that is usually what our budget is... LOL... Thank you for responding with something a little more helpful than most, we appreciate it.