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How can this simple code blocks all hidemyass.com server?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by deeminionz, Sep 9, 2013.

  1. deeminionz

    deeminionz Junior Member

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    People says that to block hidemyass.com I got to block

    Hidemyass.com Ip?s to block.


    74.63.112.138-74.63.112.146
    67.159.56.162-67.159.56.166
    74.63.86.218-74.63.86.222
    74.63.112.147-74.63.112.156
    66.90.73.223
    67.159.36.18-67.159.36.30
    95.154.230.253-95.154.230.254
    95.154.230.191
    67.159.5.242
    93.174.93.145


    But it doesn't make sense.

    Hidemyass has many countries. How can blocking this work?
     
  2. techtruth

    techtruth Newbie

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    I have a subscription to HMA proxies. I get the in my email daily. I see very many proxies in my inbox that fall outside those ranges. Perhaps they could block most of the IP? But not all for sure. It may be that they run their VPN with those ranges... Not proxies though.
     
  3. deeminionz

    deeminionz Junior Member

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    Here is the thing. HMA has so many countries. India, Malaysia, Singapore, Brazil, German, etc. The IPs must differ by a LOT

    How in the earth blocking those small blocks of IP can block HMA. It doesn't make sense.
     
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    That's what I am saying. I believe the information you received is either false, or only true for a certain service. I can tell you, most proxies I get from HMA are outside of that range.
     
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    Wtf -100 saw first guy with such rep!
     
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    Because HideMyAss does not hide their hostname. So its really easy to tell if an IP address is a datacenter or residential IP. If you chek the hostname for any HMA IP it says "Hide My Ass" as the hostname, which is a bit of a giveaway to anyone who wants to block them.
     
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  7. techtruth

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    Just out of curiosity I got the host names of these IP which are proxies delivered to my by MHA
    212.144.254.123
    62.82.84.1
    173.213.113.111
    201.62.57.1
    202.43.188.14
    41.222.196.52
    213.145.46.215
    68.71.76.242
    109.236.220.98
    78.187.58.202
    176.100.110.74
    95.31.137.127
    69.50.64.153
    212.126.122.160
    190.0.16.58
    190.95.225.163
    116.224.101.56
    211.140.207.100
    204.10.111.177
    41.164.23.162
    186.90.215.128
    202.151.248.22
    190.238.239.207

    It seems that none of them resolve to a HMA name. I would say for sure that you are talking about their VPN or other service. I only really care about the proxies.
     
  8. deeminionz

    deeminionz Junior Member

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    HMA gives public proxies. Those doesn't have hostname.
     
  9. eventheodd

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    Yeah, I don't think that's going to work.