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DSL vs. Proxy

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by Sinistar, Feb 9, 2009.

  1. Sinistar

    Sinistar Newbie

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    Let's say I just want to have multiple Facebook accounts. Wouldn't ditching my cable modem (which of course has static IP) and getting DSL with dynamic IP's be the cheapest/best solution?

    Or do I need a proxy like CloakFish to do this successfully?
     
  2. chickuzt

    chickuzt BANNED BANNED

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    No, it's like comparing sillyputty vs. playtdough. Yes, dsl you will get new ip, but it can still be traced back to your ISP so if you plan on doing something bad...it's a no-no. Cloakfish hides your IP behind another of your choice and refreshes occasionally. Also playdough can hide your IP to, just shuv it on the back of your moniter and/or shuv it in the cd drive! Hope that helps!!!

    ...go cloakfish!