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Has anyone here been Perma banned??

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by zigzag911, Apr 9, 2009.

  1. zigzag911

    zigzag911 Junior Member

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    I was just wondering if anyone else has been perma banned for mininova?? I was uploading to them around 100-200 a day for a good part of last year and the entire 77 66 Ip's was banned and there was no way to upload to mininova in the whole god damm town I emailed them and they said they banned ip 77 66 but they gave me one single account. And then I move to a new city and mininova's up and 5 days later once again i cant upload anywhere :s its really pissing me of. Have any of you guys been banned from mininova like that? TBP hasn't done it to me but has anyone heard of it happening?
     
  2. antsaoo

    antsaoo Supreme Member

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    ;P hmm not 100% sure , at autumn i tried upload smaller than 10mb files with aircard and it gave ip range limit error :p and aircard usees first 1 ip same always :p which would be for country and town i guess :p

    pretty fucked up i guess
     
  3. premvb6

    premvb6 Regular Member

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    u can outsource the work of uploading torrent files to some other people who have dynamic ip's in some other country and u can seed from ur place..i think that this is possible

    my 2 cents..
     
  4. the_demon

    the_demon Jr. Executive VIP

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    Proxies anyone. Common guys. Experienced uppers should now better.

    Upload Bot + auto proxy = success + never banned
     
  5. the_demon

    the_demon Jr. Executive VIP

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    They are probably dropping what I believe is called an LSA Cookie. Basically it's stored separately from other cookies and is not deleted unless you specifically go find the file.

    @gh0st ... You must be doing something wrong. I mean the cannot ban every IP on the planet.

    Have you tried:
    1. clearing browser and temp files
    2. changing the file name / file size of your upload
    3. Password protecting upload to evade virus scanners, etc.
    4. Disabling javascript (if you can and can still upload)
    5. Changing the time of day / days you upload to avoid behavioral pattern matching
    6. registered with different accounts (if applicable) using different IP and verified with the proxied IP also.
    7. They could be using a known proxy list and or pulling from the same proxies you are and denying those IP... Try switching source(s).

    ... You must be missing something. I mean I'm pretty damn security savvy and do many similar security features on some of my sites but, I can tell you there is almost no way to ban all proxies or all methods of anti-circumvention....
     
  6. pyronaut

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    Although not really the problem you are facing now. Even if you manage to upload. Sometimes you also cannot seed as they will ban through the tracker aswell. So you would also need to proxify your Torrent application.