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doubt about my ip address

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by adiseshu, Dec 13, 2008.

  1. adiseshu

    adiseshu Junior Member

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    when i went to a site it showed this
    You are using a proxy server (59.99.4.43), your own IP is 192.168.4.102
    what is the difference between both?affliate programs check which address ?
    how they know we had two accounts in same ip address?if we use proxy's for signing up for our own affliate programs how will they find we joined our on offers even though we used proxy sites?
    in our LAN i went to other computer and saw proxy address is same proxy server (59.99.4.43), but ip address has been changed little your own IP is 192.168.4.201 etc. what does it indicates?
     
  2. adiseshu

    adiseshu Junior Member

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    anybody know answer to my question?
     
  3. justthinking

    justthinking BANNED BANNED

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    What site showed you this information? It would help without a doubt.
     
  4. markp

    markp Newbie

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    Thats because its a crappy transparent proxy. I had a quick look at that IP and the first result that came up was projecthoneypot. That means you have a small problem.lol. Im not sure what your saying about your affiiate programs, but if your using crappy proxies like that to complete your own affiliate offers your toast. your affiliate manager will go medieval on your ass believe me.
    Get some proper proxies.
     
  5. justone

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  6. adiseshu

    adiseshu Junior Member

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    it showed me when i went to www.whatismyipaddress.com .
    tell me what is the difference between both addresses which i mentioned in 1st thread?
    how my my affliatemanager will know whether iam using proxies or not?
    what proxies do i have to use to hide from him?
     
  7. justone

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    The automated first look goes at:
    cookies + your IP address + blacklists

    The detailed look when you were reported, some tool triggered an alert or similar:
    blacklists, useragents , ip addresses + subnet, http headers, geoip information
    It depends from site to site and their software.
    Having a lot of accounts on one subnet doing similar stuff is no good idea in general.
     
  8. wm009

    wm009 Newbie

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    192.168.** is a router address. I'm not sure how it could be a transparent proxy because the transparency would show your real ip, not your address to the router. Sounds like a screw up on the sites part.
     
  9. justthinking

    justthinking BANNED BANNED

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    justone: Isn't this about the same system every school and business in America uses? For example, a business has a proxy(147.55.x.x) server with 1000 computers hooked into a LAN. The first computer on the LAN would be 192.169.0.1 then the last digit raises by one each time another computer needs a new LAN IP address until the max is reached. Yet every single computer would still be served by the proxy server with the same ip address.
     
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    Yes companies and schools usually use IP masquerading (network-address-translation from private to public and back).
    But the beaviour of a school is very different to the behaviour of one human using xxx ips from the same subnet.
    Also you can see that the IP is dialup/dsl/cable while a school usualy has a static and broadband IP usually with a good reverse hostname.

    If you keep a low profile you can act uncaught.
    But any moderator/admin/supporter looking at a few of those accounts or at the loginformation to detect fraud or TOS violations will most probably find that there is something not alright.

    I'd not rely on such IPs for clickfraud or similar activities, or use it for websites I have got longterm interest in.