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Help my ip is blocked from almost all torrent sites

Discussion in 'Torrents' started by huhwhut, Jan 22, 2013.

  1. huhwhut

    huhwhut Newbie

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    How would i upload a torrent site that has blocked my ip i have tried various ip hiders or proxies and i keep getting the ban-hammer before i even upload a torrent. i have googled it but if someone could post a clear way they do it i would forever be appreciative. I am sorry for the noobish question but we all do start some where. Thanks ahead of time for anyone who even takes the time to read this post.
     
  2. dr.pepper

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    Because you have probably uploaded a virus or something along those lines

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    not a virus just zipped files
     
  4. dr.pepper

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    Lol. You don't get banned for zipped files. Don't insulte our intelligence

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    This might help


    1. need to clear cooking
    2. Proxy should work if not then VPN

    3. Try Tor might work also.
     
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  6. dr.pepper

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    Most torrent sites use your Mac address and a code that's built into flashplayer aswell as ip and cookies

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    Didn't know that. so when zip file gets generated it records MAC address, Is that what you mean?
     
  8. huhwhut

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    dr.pepper (awesome user name) i did get banned for zipped video files that led to a survey (im not trying to insult any ones intelligence that's what really happened maybe the survey had ppl get a virus of some sort????) and thanks to russian czar ill try that if anyone else has any ideas that would be awesome my share cash is just under enough to withdraw so all im trying to do is raise it enough to get the money out so i can try a diffrent method
     
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    No mate. When you use the site and sign up for an account it records the mac address of your pc as obviously that's not the thing you think about of changing. And most people struggle to change it

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    Aswell as when you upload btw

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  11. dr.pepper

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    So it was a fake video that didn't play just went to a survey?
    If it's fake it will get red flagged which leads to you being banned

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    okay... what do i do about that am i screwed?????
     
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    exactlly dr.pepper thats what happend jus tryna feed my kids the easiest way i could think of lol
     
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    if any one else is having a MAC address problem i goggled it and found this: Windows Under Windows XP, the MAC address can be changed in the Ethernet adapter's Properties menu, in the Advanced tab, as "MAC Address", "Locally Administered Address", "Ethernet Address" or "Network Address". The exact name depends on the Ethernet driver used; not all drivers support changing the MAC address in this way. However, a better solution - requiring Administrative User Rights - is to pass over the System Registry Keys under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Class\{4D36E972-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}. Here settings for each network interface can be found. The contents of the string value called 'NetworkAddress' will be used to set the MAC address of the adapter when next it is enabled. Resetting the adapter can be accomplished in script with the freely available command line utility devcon from Microsoft, or from the adapters context menu in the Network Connections control panel applet. There is a nice tool to change the MAC address for all cards (even those that can't be changed through the adapter's Properties menu): SMAC MAC Address Changer Note: to check your MAC address easily on a Windows XP box, go to Run, type CMD, then type "ipconfig /all" without quotation in the command prompt. The number under physical address is the MAC address. If multiple IP are displayed, you should look under the label "Ethernet adapter x", where x is the name of your connection (which is Local Area Connection by default).
     
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    I would also suggest running a virtual box with Linux installed or windows and upload it that way after you have changed your Mac. Gets around the flash player code that way. (not sure if that's still taken into. Account though)

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    good idea dr.pepper thanks alot for dealing with my noobish question
     
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    Thanks Fhoto ill also be trying that
     
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    Try with TOR or web proxies. There are some that are free
     
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    Torrent sites ban ips if you upload rar files with password