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Hide My Computer From Amazon - Multiple Accounts

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by LloydDobbler, Feb 16, 2015.

  1. LloydDobbler

    LloydDobbler Junior Member

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    Hey BHW
    I have read and read how to Hide Ip, Hide MAC etc. but not for Amazon. Anyone have positive results creating multiple account on 1 computer without noticed?
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  3. LloydDobbler

    LloydDobbler Junior Member

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    I've used hide my ass before but it just seems too easy to fool a company like Amazon with just a proxy. Maybe, I hope, but I would like to hear actual positive results. I guess I'll test some different things and post myself.
     
  4. roadhamster

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    Go to your neighbours, and ask if you can use their computer, go to internetcafe's, use your work computers, use schoolcomputers, find any unsecure networks, change the mac-adress of your router to get a new IP from your ISP.... Tons of methods. But then again, if you're checking all your different accounts from the same IP or doing some work on your accounts from one IP that might be to obvious for Amazon to see what you are doing.
    Good luck.
     
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  5. LloydDobbler

    LloydDobbler Junior Member

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    Good ideas, although I want 50 accounts this may work for 10. I want to push reviews for different products. If i use unsecured networks, (which i can do in one neighborhood in the city), does using the same computer push other info related to my box like the MAC address? Seems to be both sides of the coin in all posts. if not i'll crank them out.
     
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  7. Hubba

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    Amazon may be fingerprinting your setup. You should create virtual machines with unique browsers and IP's.
     
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  8. Salto

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    just create a VM that resets itself at every restart. This way you get a fresh start every time and theres nothing amazon could store on it. Of course, new ip and different browser...
     
  9. roadhamster

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    You can use the same computer, your mac is "changed" by the router, the other side cannot see your pc's mac. As you're using different accesspoints, routers and so on. As Hubba said, use different browser setups, clear cookies, flashcookies, browse history and all that stuff.
     
  10. Keyboarding

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    would somebody kindly explain why it would be important to hide our activity from amazon?
     
  11. quytin1992

    quytin1992 Newbie

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    I have managed to bypass Associates system, even manual review to open a bunch of new accounts after being banned. What I've done is using dynamic IP (reset modem each time logging in an account), virtual machine (fresh install each login) and completely different credentials (even bank account). You can ask your family to open up new accounts without a problem.

    IP detection is so ancient now and I doubt big guys like Amazon still use that trick. Device fingerprint is what you have to watch out and virtual machine can do just that.