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Can Blackhat Programs Kill Your Internet?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by mdsurf, Sep 1, 2011.

  1. mdsurf

    mdsurf Senior Member

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    hello everyone,

    ive been having unbelievably bad internet recently. it keeps going in and out all day and im wondering if this could be due to running stuff like scrapebox, amr etc. does anyone know if running these programs can kill your internet. i thought it would slow my internet at most and not cut it out but maybe im wrong. if anyone knows it would be much appreciated :)
     
  2. wannabie

    wannabie Elite Member

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    Your ISP might be capping your speeds, get a vps
     
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    facebookdude Elite Member

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    It'll be that you capped out your allowed bandwidth usage.
     
  4. ExecutiveCloser

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    im assuming you have comcast....probably a docsis 2.0 modem?

    If so, upgrade to the 3.0 modem
     
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    Just watch your Bandwidth limit. And make sure you use Proxies incase the sites you spam on report your IP address to your ISP.

    All you need is a VPS and a few private proxies.

    :)
     
  6. HoNeYBiRD

    HoNeYBiRD Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    too many TCP/IP connection requests in a short timeframe can cause your internet issues (which can be caused by SB, torrent clients etc.), if you're using an older OS like win XP you need to override the default TCP/IP values, if you're using win7 then it should be automatic and/or if you're behind a router you need to check if there are apps in use which need to have a forwarded port
     
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    Install wireshark and watch all traffic and see if anything freaky is going on.

    It's 100% free - and so cool.
    http://www.wireshark.org/
     
  8. mdsurf

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    thankyou everyone for your responses this has been more than helpful :)
     
  9. dedpyhto

    dedpyhto Newbie

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    If you ever used cr*cked versions of software you may have malware now.

    Also, even with the licensed version of AMR you may experience such problem if you set up too many posting threads.
     
  10. wannabie

    wannabie Elite Member

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    Always use a VM or VPS

    As they say, don't be silly put a condom on that willy

    Same principle