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Getting around Googles ip address lockouts

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by unclaimed3, Mar 31, 2008.

  1. unclaimed3

    unclaimed3 Newbie

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    how can i get around the ip blocking from google when i run some of my programs that uses their search engine to gather some of my information.

    I am on a cable modem and I have tried everything but i always have to deal with several hours between keyword and "automatic exact search" research.

    there has got to be a way to beat it..... and i know somebody here can help
     
  2. gts6

    gts6 Executive VIP

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    use a proxy to get different ip address or search around here for some proxy switching software like proxyswitcher, or download and run tor.
     
  3. unclaimed3

    unclaimed3 Newbie

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    i have tried tor, multi proxy and some others that i can't remember the name. It seems that because of the cable modemor maybe how the programs connect as they don't actually log thru the browsers access.

    the programs will say that the ip has been chenged but google will continue blocking access. i have shut down the puter, the modem, the router, etc and reloaded after a few minutes....... same thing, my ip still blocked

    Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!!!!!!!

    there has got to be something and somehow. with all of the programs i've tried i thought that i would have gotten around it by now or at least someone here understood how those simple solutions don't actually work with google blocking your ip

    helllllllllllllllllp!!!! :confused:
     
  4. blackrain010

    blackrain010 Junior Member

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    Switch to a dsl that give you a new ip address every time you login.
     
  5. gts6

    gts6 Executive VIP

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    you should first clean all cookies, then use the proxy. if it still is not working, either you may be using an old proxy that has been abused already, or maybe you just are not using it properly. go to a site like ipchicken or ip-adress.com and make sure you are really using a different ip address.



     
  6. nme

    nme Junior Member

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    There's some queries that will invoke the turing test. Other queries have been blacklisted from returning any results at all. So depending on what your doing, it could be more then just the ip.
     
  7. apekillape

    apekillape Senior Member Premium Member

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    Use a different engine? Baidu doesn't seem to care how much you bang it.

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