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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by aprandecki, Mar 9, 2014.

  1. aprandecki

    aprandecki Newbie

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    Hi!

    This is my first post here, so I'm going to try to make sure it abides by the forum's rules as best I can!

    I am trying to achieve website "tracking anonymity," but not in the conventional way. There is a website that gives me referral points for every time that I refer myself to the site, but EVERYTHING must be different when I login, EACH TIME. The pattern analyzer will catch any similarities instantly, if any.

    What I have learned is (possibly) that if I try to disable cookies or Java that will in itself raise a red flag or create a pattern. And besides, the website requires Javascript to run.

    So I got HMA VPN and I change IP's each session.

    And using FireFox, I downloaded JonDoFox extension (with proxy service disabled), Better Privacy, Secret Agent (User agent, header and some kind of java randomizer), FireGloves extension (screen size randomizer and more), and clear Cache button.

    Now this is what ip-check gave me for the two different sessions (pictures attached).

    Session 1 (part 1)
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    Session 1 (part 2)
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    Session 2 (part 1)
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    Session 2 (part 2)
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    With the settings I have listed, looking at the two session screenshots, could a website still identify that the same user tried to access their site two times (or a hundred times for that matter)?
     
  2. tony_d

    tony_d Elite Member

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    Good luck trying to game the system. There is a key concept that you're missing, however, and that is device fingerprinting. I won't help you any further than that, because I don't support what you're doing.
     
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  3. aprandecki

    aprandecki Newbie

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    Hi, thank you for your response. I'm doing it for an online game, not anything illegal, or immoral to my standards.

    And yes, I will look into this more. Can anyone elaborate on "Device Fingerprinting" please? Thanks again.
     
  4. FuryKyle

    FuryKyle Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Google it. There's tons of articles about this and most software use this feature to prevent trial abuses.
     
  5. citizenx28

    citizenx28 Regular Member

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    Device fingerprinting if I am not wrong is machine id. More commonly known as MAC address or MAC id.
    It's a unque serial number of your PC and no matter how many times you change IP, it remains the same until you switch to another system.
     
  6. tony_d

    tony_d Elite Member

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    MAC address and device fingerprint are not the same thing. It's easy to change (spoof) your MAC address...