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How can I change my IP address often without VPN?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by kn1028, Mar 22, 2016.

  1. kn1028

    kn1028 Newbie

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    How do I change my IP address often without using a VPN? Doing automated posts on instagram and seem to get blocked often. I want to stay under the radar.

    Would changing my proxies more often help? is there something else that does this? is "cloaking" something that can help me? I post from like 50 instagrams so I would need multiple IPs to keep from getting blocked.
     
  2. SEO FOX

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    I think no options to change the IP without VPN
     
  3. darkinferno

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    Doing automated software with 50 accounts, your best bet is using proxies. I dont think vpn will help you much with such many accounts running
     
  4. oldweb

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    you can use an ISP like I do that offers a unique IP each time I go online.
     
  5. redarrow

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    There a myth here according to some ppl there internet
    provider set the dynamic network to chage the home ip each time
    there pc is reset , but this is not true for every home, the line is connected to a dynamic set
    of ip adress and you could get the same ip in it range.

    apparently you can change the mac address from the router and that triggers a new ip
    or you can reset your internet box and that makes new ip .

    My router does not change the ip , my account is set to the ip i got , but when my router was changed i got a new ip, that was with virgin media uk london.

    your best bet is to get proxies and add them ingdevigally to each project
    each proxie for each account.

    unfortunetly it cost to be a internet marketer using bots that why meny try and fail ....

    there are meny free methods on this forum if money a problam

    you can get application that search for proxies most are useless but there are some really powerfull tool on the market , my personal best is the same one used in our gsa projects the proxy finder to buy .

    i am not saying it as good as private proxys just saying it powefull to run And other projects easly.
    http://proxy-scraper.gsa-online.de

    it might be $100 but it worth it awaiting gold if on a tight buget .

    Discount becouse of membership
    $83
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...nds-proxies-built-port-scanner-much-more.html




    good luck.
     
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  6. Luka19

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    if you want to have 50 insta accounts with different ips, then you have to buy instagram bot (for example mass planner) and some private proxies (for example proxymillion)
     
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  7. loedown

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    It depends on your provider. I wrote a script back in the day that would login and change my MAC address every time my posting to Craiglist was complete then restart the modem.

    the good ole days
     
  8. blackcodez

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    I use TunnelBear. They have a free plan of 500mb, or an unlimited plan for $6.99. They basically have pre-setup VPN's and you can change your proxy with a click of a button - it's a pretty sweet app.
     
  9. oldweb

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    my ISP is wireless broadband, no router, get a brand new IP each connect. yes it's in a range but they are the 2nd biggest ISP in my country so it's a huge range of IP's/
     
  10. sikandar

    sikandar Senior Member

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    The simplest option is to register with multiple ISPs who are operating in your area. You can also use SIM card based mobile Internet connection to change your IP.
     
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    The best and free way what I did is to download good IPs from good proxy sites and then apply it for interval.
     
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  12. Velcronio

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    Three words: T.O.R. (Okay, that's three letters but standing for "The Onion Router," the high security browser network.

    The easiest way is to set up a free version of Firefox that is designed to perform mandatory TOR initialization when you install it.

    There is another trick you can use that I found handy for SEO a few years ago.

    Go to the "Blood Magic" TOR node (torstatus.blutmagie.de) to get a full list of nodes, their uptime, bandwidth, etc. While TOR was designed to randomly select nodes to bounce you through for security, there's another way you can go about it. It's especially helpful if your main interest is not with security but just getting different IP addresses: you can program your browser to use pre-selected nodes. That way you can always post for particular "users" from particular IP addresses.

    In the past I was running half-a-dozen virtual machines (via free Portable VirtuBox) each with one of the modified Windows "Light" OS modifications each with a particular copy of Firefox using iMacros to handle all the TOR switching. Worked like a charm. And with the exception of the OS I'll need, I hope it still does.

    Best of luck,
    Velcronio
     
  13. pilarzg

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    Depends upon your internet provider, but a VPN does help.
     
  14. Gary Carlyle

    Gary Carlyle Regular Member

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    Like other people have said. YOu really need a bot or something like that with proxies. If you just want a free way to change your IP though you can try TOR browser.