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ByPass RapidShare Premium Download

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ExtremeSEO, Dec 16, 2009.

  1. ExtremeSEO

    ExtremeSEO BANNED BANNED

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    If your ISP assigns your IP address, then BYPASSING Rapidshare will definitely be bliss. Below are the steps:

    Clean up Firefox/Netscape/IE cookie (for this one, it is actually the one that belongs to Rapidshare)

    On Command prompt, open MS-DOS
    type -----> ipconfig /flushdns <---Enter
    type -----> ipconfig /release <---Enter
    type -----> ipconfig /renew <---Enter
    type -----> exit <--------Enter

    You can also save these commands in a bat file. If you need to bypass a Rapidshare server, feel free to run this. Do not forget to clean up Rapidshare cookie in your Internet files folder (in your temp). By then, you can now upload or download files from their server. You can do this for as many files as you wish. You can also get proxies and apply to the browser, but make sure to choose the better proxies because some of them do not work.

    Some Important Reminders:
    This won't work if
    1.You are using NAT, or if you're behind a router, on a LAN;
    2.Your IP address coming from your employer or school is already fixed;
    3.You're using a fixed proxy;
    4.You have the same IP address from your DHCP

    One of the best things about this tactic is that it eliminated your need to wait. We all hate waiting. With this trick, you only have to look for a Rapidshare dowload, press the ?Free Button?, and then replace the URL in the bar with this code:

    HTML:
    java script:c(countdown = 0);
    and hit ENTER or the GO button over and over. Eachtime you do so, it decreases 10-20 seconds. Few times and the link appears.
    or you can simply do the code below ONCE
    
    java script: for (i=0; i<30; i++) { c(); }
    

    NOW GO AND HAVE FUN WITH IT! :)
     
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  2. Mysticman

    Mysticman Registered Member

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    I 'll try this system for sure!
     
  3. ExtremeSEO

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    Let me know how it works for you :)
     
  4. kkansh24

    kkansh24 Newbie

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    All tricks are useless !!
    i tried my way but no success:sad:
    then on search engine i got a site h**p://rsplg*cOm/go-download.php
    This is free source and mine don't spam it just add your link on right side click on download new link is generated copy that link and past in address bar .
    happy downloading......
     
  5. blackmagicmaster

    blackmagicmaster BANNED BANNED

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    Well its old trick but my be useful for many peoples Nice share ! first of all its work only who are having dynamic connections no with other !!
     
  6. kaidoristm

    kaidoristm Power Member

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    Another trick if you wish to download multiple files:

    Click that free button but don't click download open another download click free and don't click download after you have opened all your files through that free button be sure all has waiting time ticked to zero and start clicking those download buttons :)
     
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  7. nahor

    nahor Junior Member

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    This really wouldn't work for people behind a router as external addresses won't change as RS is still going to only see the external address of the modem to where the file was downloaded in the beginning...