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How to get a (fresh) new IP Address?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by joseph15, Jul 18, 2016.

  1. joseph15

    joseph15 Regular Member

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    I've been searching around BHW regarding changing your IP address and the most common answers are to use a free vpn extension, tor, or private proxies. These all work well, but what I'm looking for is an IP address that hasn't been used before - something that these can't provide. I've gotten proxies from fiverr and here, both didn't help. How can I get a fresh IP address that hasn't been blacklisted on any site?
     
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    uristjack Junior Member

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    You'd probably need private proxies, honestly. I can't really think of anything else.
     
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    Me too will suggest you the same,else buy a good proxy else go with HMA like VPN.
     
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    AntonTretyakov BANNED BANNED

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    get a residential IP proxies (botnet proxies)

    or restart your router.
     
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    pauverinox Newbie

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    Get an internet subscription that uses dynamic IP. Most low tier packages use this. A simple router reset would do.
    I used to have one and it was really easy creating social network accounts. :)
     
  6. joseph15

    joseph15 Regular Member

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    I was very interested in doing this, but I have one question. Aren't the dynamic IP's that switch around used by other people as well? Or are they unused IP addresses?