Hi. I was recently banned from sharecash because of something they referred to as ?ToS #7?, basically they had registered that a lot of my file downloads were coming from the same IP address and proxies. So I was wondering if anyone knows what it would take for them to not be able to notice that so I can prevent it in the future? I read somewhere that if you use Hotspot Shield and clear your browser cache between sessions that would be enough for their system not to notice if you download your own files. Just now when I was banned I had programmed a bot that filled out their surveys and cleared the cache between each download and used a browser running a Zenmate plugin (which is similar to hotspot shield I guess?) which was supposed to give me a new US ip-address each session. And to me it looked like it changed Ip between sessions ? if I went to a page like whatsmyip.com I could see my ip changing every time I reopened my browser. But apparently that wasn?t enough. I don?t fully know how these type of things work, can they see something other than the ip address I can see myself? And what would that be? It would be nice to have full control of what/who I?m appearing to be each time I access a site to avoid situations like this in the future. Surely it shouldn?t be too hard to appear as a new person each time you access a site? If the FBI/NSA can?t trace people on the deep web, it should be a piece of cake to hide from sharecash right? I was originally planning on accessing my sharecash links on the Tor browser to be more anonymous from sharecash but for some reason I couldn?t fill out their surveys on that browser, maybe they aren?t accepting Tor browser since they know the person behind it is bound to be up to no good? And is it possible to mask Tor somehow to make it look like ordinary Chrome or something? Anyone with experience from this that could share his/her wisdom about how to appear as a new user each time you access a site? I just want to create a beautiful survey-filling masterpiece of a bot that can drain PPD companies dry! But getting banned sucks.