Hide your IP with ABS

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by Mysteriis, Dec 23, 2010.

  1. Mysteriis

    Mysteriis Junior Member

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    Hello.

    Is there a way to hide your IP with autoblog Samur4i other than buying a VPS ?

    I didn't find a way to use proxys.
    thanks.
     
  2. Venture

    Venture Regular Member

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    hrm only options I can think of are :
    1) Connect to someone elses wifi
    2) use http proxies
    3) install CCProxy on a few friends computers and use their IPs as proxies.
     
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  3. Mysteriis

    Mysteriis Junior Member

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    Hello,

    how do I use the proxy with IE ?

    I tried configuring the LAN settings but I get the same thing.
     
  4. seorebel

    seorebel Junior Member

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  5. greatscott2005

    greatscott2005 Newbie

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    Get Hotspot Shield from Anchorfree. It's free and easy to use. You can turn on and off your privacy with a couple of clicks.
     
  6. Vivlos

    Vivlos Newbie

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    there is a program called RealIPHide, i used it several weeks ago, it worked great!
     
  7. kasuwa

    kasuwa Newbie

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    good post
     
  8. bhsupernewb

    bhsupernewb Regular Member

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    You could search for Cyberghost VPN, Hide my IP, and Proxy Switcher. Each has its advantages.
     
  9. springmata

    springmata Newbie

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    I just tried Hotspot Shield and loved it, but on another forum for a bot I use, several members said it installed a rootkit. I just recovered from a rootkit attack and because I do not know enough about it to prevent it again, now I am concerned. Any ideas on how to verify or protect? Thanks (I'm a very noobie here, this is my first post)
     
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    Toby Regular Member

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  11. springmata

    springmata Newbie

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    Thanks Toby, I just checked it out, not to expensive I guess at $40, considering the same type of monthly services are around $10 a month, I'm guessing they are providing the same protection? Free is nice but rootkits are not. Any other free ideas though anyone?
     
  12. pratick

    pratick Newbie

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    Thanks toby for thi info
     
  13. Warrior 66

    Warrior 66 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    You can use Hide Ip Platinum , its the best tools i have seen .
     
  14. springmata

    springmata Newbie

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    Thanks for that tip Warrior 66, I just checked it out and it looks promising and not too expensive!
     
  15. savagegr

    savagegr Newbie

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    proxies don't work
     
  16. springmata

    springmata Newbie

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    I am looking for a free solution to be able to post my local -based customers reviews for them without looking like a spammer to the search engines. I tried TOR and superpages would not permit me access to the the review pages.
     
  17. Xplora

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    lol u guys should try IWP
     
  18. springmata

    springmata Newbie

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    what is iwp?
     
  19. eCarsBay

    eCarsBay Newbie

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    Thanks a lot!
     
  20. boomachucka

    boomachucka Newbie

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    Sure beats pulling the cable on a 56k modem repeatedly...