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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by myopic1, Jan 24, 2015.

  1. myopic1

    myopic1 Regular Member

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    Well not quite...but here's a method for you mass account creators, review fakers and those who enjoy general SEO skulduggery.

    If you're relying on a single proxy to do something e.g creating Twitter, Facebook accounts or leave reviews etc and you're finding that VPN providers IPs have been blacklisted already or you're just too cheap to pay for proxies (and who can blame you, they soon become blacklisted too) then here's a method that may interest you.

    Type 192.168.0.1 into your browser bar at the top and you'll bring up your router admin page. Now what you may not know is that every time you turn off your modem/router your ISP gives you a new IP address because they're nice like that. You'll likely need a default username and password to log into your router here if you haven't changed it already, this can be found out easily by googling your router model and finding the default passwords.

    Now it comes time to hit the reset/reboot setting. Once this is done you'll have a new fresh IP that you can use for whatever nefarious purposes you may have. Your router will take literally seconds to reboot and get you going again.

    Here's the pro version...

    Create a simple bot that takes seconds to do this every time you hit a button/run a script. No fuss.
     
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  2. minjogift

    minjogift Newbie

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    Good share, but this method doesnt work for all ISPs. Only some would offer dynamic ips.
     
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    myopic1 Regular Member

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    Good knowledge, I wasn't aware of that. I discovered it after a power cut and the mass domain availability checker I had made stopped functioning (the website was no longer accepting my registered IP). This works great for Facebook accounts which in my experience have very stringent IP banning rules.
     
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    Thanks for the useful info..

    Will make a try with it..
     
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    Doesn't work with AT&T uverse
     
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    eXampL Power Member

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    This works with a few ISP's however it takes more than a few seconds until you get a new IP and if you abuse this you'll most probably get the same IP's after a certain period of time. I think that finding a cheap or free VPN would be much better.
     
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    workahollic2 Regular Member

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    I'd rather stick to buying proxies. Thanks anyway
     
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  8. myopic1

    myopic1 Regular Member

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    Maybe some ISPs have different policies but mine is pretty fast in providing a new one, as quick as switching IPs with HideMyAss, plus it's free. I can only speak from my own experience but my IPs differ from the very first octet i.e the first part of the IP address is different after a change. Given that my ISP is a major provider, the IP addresses they have reserved is as good as infinite for my purposes, so I don't envisage being given the same IP address twice any time soon other than by pure remote chance.

    Added to this, many VPNs already have the vast majority of the IP addresses blacklisted by sites like Facebook and Yelp if that's what you use them for.
     
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    innocent_kid Power Member

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    WOW well good work in ur attempt to try to share but oh well
    no offence but
    this is one of most useless post i have read in a while
    1)even isp have limited pool of ips assigned to u in which u rotate.. ps: that pool is not sooo big for every region
    2)dynamic ips are always having same subnet.. using this will get ur subnet(first 6 digits of ip) banned.. hence u wont even be able to use site legitly in near future and ur isp may kill you
    3)not everywhere there is dynamic ip.. only places with cheaper internet connections have it cuz isp cant afford static ip for each and every client
    4)once u made a account with that ip.. you will have to use it on ur own pc only.. same subnet... same location.. you cant use it on ur server... so you will have to run all your bots on ur own pc... which in case of small scale is fine but on anywhere more than small scale is not good
    5)you wont be able to integrate this method any easily with bots... if anyhow u mange to integrate that connection timeout time will cause interruption with bots

    in short --- stick with proxies.. if public proxies are too useless.. go with private proxies.. if u cant get fine with sold private proxies.. buy a vps and ip and setup few for urself private... google for it.. its not hard to do so
     
  10. myopic1

    myopic1 Regular Member

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    'No offence' usually precedes something offensive, in your case I'm only offended by your lack of capital letters, punctuation and lack of basic English grammar but let's get to your mildly coherent point.

    Useless infers that there is no use. To contradict you directly, I can tell you personally that for account creation this works a charm, I had cause to make 100 Facebook accounts for an experiment investigating the impact of social media on rankings and I can tell you, this method worked absolutely perfectly compared to my prior attempt of using HideMyAss, a paid proxy provider with a reasonably large pool of IP addresses.

    1/3. ISPs do have a limited pool yes. My ISP is Sky, they have millions of customers ergo, they have millions of available IP addresses, which for my purposes is as good as unlimited. Sky is NOT a cheap ISP provider, in fact it is the largest ISP in the UK.

    2. Dynamic IPs do NOT have the same subnet. As I mentioned above, my IP address once changed often varies by even the first octet. If you've ever used a paid VPN or proxy provider like HideMyAss you will know that only the last octet actually varies when using the same servers, far more conspicuous. I just noticed your ridiculous comment about ISPs killing you, while you didn't mean this literally your point is still equally as ridiculous, my ISP doesn't give a flying...that my IP address is banned by Facebook.

    4. As I stated in my initial post, if you are using a single IP for whatever you are doing (as is the case with most people who use services like HMA) then this method is perfect, I specifically chose this wording because it's not suitable for mass IP usage.

    5. Use your imagination. If a bot uses changeMyIP() and Wait30seconds(), it will work perfectly well as part of a bots flow. In fact, it DOES work perfectly well as part of my bots process. The running of a script does NOT depend upon an internet connection, a bot uses the hardware's own CPU and ram, as long as there is not an outgoing internet connection at the time of IP change then resetting your router will have no negative effect.

    In short. Stick with proxies if you're using a large number, try this if you're spoofing reviews or creating accounts individually.
     
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