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Blocked Banned, They will not win -need HELP, removing Ban File-

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by MAC-11, May 13, 2012.

  1. MAC-11

    MAC-11 Junior Member

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    Hey so Ill make a long story short.

    I spammed. I got banned

    I know how to use IP's, proxys, proxifier program to run whole computer behind proxy firewall...

    But this buggers put a file on my computer so whenever i go on I get auto banned in 1 second.

    I know this because....my g/fs computer works with it. With proxys and such.

    So......I have Revo uninstaller....that doesnt find the right file.

    I Have cccleaner......maybe i didnt clean the right stuff...but it still dont work

    So i Tried Window Washer, Webroots new versions, and i dunno if i did the right thing, but i cleared everything possible and Im still getting blocked.

    Where and what type of file could they have possibly installed on my computer?

    Cookies are cleared....is it a reg file or something I'm missing.?

    Any help would be appreciated to track down what type of cookie they put on my computer so i can remove it. And for many others future knowledge aswell.

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. kvmcable

    kvmcable Supreme Member

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    Most likely they run a javascript that snoops your computer for identifiers like fonts installed, browser plugins, operating system and such. If they snoop enough data your computer has a very unique footprint unlike most other computers. This technology doesn't rely on cookies or LSOs downloaded to your computer. Instead it relies on your browser running java and if you disable the browser java feature the website won't allow you to participate.

    There are http snooping tools to determine what communications are running between your computer and the website. There are also plugins to allow some java while blocking other javascripts to run. It's a bit of trial and error but any blocking feature can be defeated, some are just more difficult than others. The first step (elementary) is to try different browsers to see if they're using something as simple as browser plugins.

    Good luck but I doubt your issue is a hidden cookie or LSO. Most likely much more technical than that.
     
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  3. MAC-11

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    Yeah it doesnt sound like its a cookie based on the fact that i used the 3 best programs for clearing files, to clear all my files.

    The thing is, I used Mozilla firefox, My computer it doesnt work, my g/fs it does. So its definately something to do with my computer.

    Think removing Mozilla completely and reinstalling might work?
     
  4. RuiGomes

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    Try running everything under a virtual machine.
    Use VMWare and give it a try
     
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  5. Neo240

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    Use this for checking what is trackable and what not www.stayinvisible.com

    Then download wireshark and see what file sends a extra signals. Then find and delete it.

    Although it sounds simple, its pretty technical. So look for some tuts. Dont worry, its not that hard.

    Also do a malware bytes scan.
     
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  6. MAC-11

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    Ok so this is what I have done.....and its working.....for now.

    I download No script...blocked all java....it worked...but the site needs java, so i went through and allowed the first script, and now everythings working like normal.

    So it looks like It is something to do with Javascipt, that theyre snooping my computer with.

    Its kind of scary to think, that as soon as you click the yes i agree button on any program, they pretty much can access anything unless you have proper preventative measures.

    Usually i run Comodo Firewall, avast paid internet security....and all that works well, but when using proxys and such, they really cramp it up, so Ive been turning it all off lately, and I guess somewhere in the mix I let up my security.

    No script seems to be doing the trick, even with my original IP, so i might not even be IP banned . They went straight to the javascript snoop.

    EDIT: just a side note, you guys rock, my problem got solved in under an hour and a half, thanks so much.
    I posted a thread on the ubot forum about help with a script weeks ago and I still dont have a full response. :D
     
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  7. kvmcable

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    Yes, I figured it was a javascript sniffer. Most modern forums running the latest updates now incorporate these newer blockers. Banning IPs is ineffective and usually causes problems down the road because so many people have dynamic IPs. I know years ago I stumbled on an IP that must of been banned on BHW at one time. BHW disappeared one day and I thought I did something to get the ban-hammer until I realized we had a power outage and my IP changed. I just reset it and it's good since.

    Happy to hear you figured it out and posted the tools you used and how you did it. It will most likely help someone else that stumbles on this thread down the road.
     
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  9. blackberry

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    If i were you, I would run wireshark and record the traffic, then open a browser and go someplace that you are banned.

    Then read the wireshark logs and work from there.

    Also check Windows Event logger too..maybe info there you can use.