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How to hide my IP from freemail sites?

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by Tw0fl0wer, Feb 19, 2011.

  1. Tw0fl0wer

    Tw0fl0wer Registered Member

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    Hi,

    I have a lot of different email addresses for linkbuilding. It becomes more and more difficult to handle all those accounts through visiting each of them by browser and changing the IP after each visit.
    Is there an email program out there, which can collect the emails and can change the IP (maybe with proxy) after checking an account and before continuing with the next one?
    It's not neccessary to send emails, just to collect them and to hide to the freemail services, that all the mails belong to the same person / IP.

    Regards

    Tw0fl0wer
     
  2. Selke

    Selke Newbie

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    couldn't you just use a popular web proxy since lots of people will use them it is difficult to tie them to one person?
     
  3. Searay

    Searay Newbie

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    As a matter of interest in Australia we have dynamic IP as standard and have to request a fixed Ip, so this doesn't exit in some countries, after router or periodic restart a new IP is allocated
     
  4. Rekha Leo

    Rekha Leo Registered Member

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    Though with dynamic ip its not easy think to make new ip for each visit of freemail websites
     
  5. Autumn

    Autumn Elite Member

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    You need a custom bot that works with whatever email service you're using. If they offer a POP3 service it's relatively easy because you can just supply your username and password as part of the POP3 transaction - you don't need to login via the web interface.
     
  6. hughheffner

    hughheffner Newbie

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    outbound mail has the helo:(from domain or ip) in the header. even if your using your dsl connection to connect to a pop server. You need to proxy yourself or setup a ssh tunnel to another server to anon yourself.
     
  7. blb12

    blb12 Regular Member

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    Do you think about the software - Auto Hide IP

    This is link to down load: hxxp://.real-hide-ip.com/download.html

    Some guide Licensed
    You should use VPN together
     
  8. cogzidel

    cogzidel Newbie

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    Thanks for the info!