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Changing Your Ip With Out Proxies

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by cparainmaker, Jul 7, 2008.

  1. cparainmaker

    cparainmaker BANNED BANNED

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    Hello I know some of you noobs need to change your ip address and don't like using proxies so basically what you need to do is change your mac address, there are a lot of methods to change it on a wireless router but there is also a way that you can simply change the internal mac address on your computer, you simply need a program called tmac v5.

    hxxp://tmac.technitium.com/tmac/index.html

    Enjoy :p
     
  2. apekillape

    apekillape Senior Member Premium Member

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    Sure, if you need to change it for something completely non-serious, and like once.

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  3. jaeden

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    agreed, but still good knowledge to have
     
  4. catman08

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    ????

    IP and MAC Address are 2 different things ... both services operate on a different layer.

    Furthermore MAC address is given at production of the network device by the vendor and the IP is assigned by the ISP when you log in to the internet (each time a new one)

    Please explain ... why changing a mac makes sense in this case as you described ;-)

    cheers


     
  5. cparainmaker

    cparainmaker BANNED BANNED

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    Because when you force a mac address change of the internal nic card, it no longer recognizes it there for forcing the isp to assign you a new ip...try it some time it is the same concept of restarting the modem and hooking it into two diff computers or routers :p