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How to hide your hosting details

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by GoldNotes, May 11, 2010.

  1. GoldNotes

    GoldNotes BANNED BANNED

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    I am trying out a blackhat method, and to avoid spam complaints
    I would like to put some kind of 'protection' on my domain/website.

    Anyone know how to do this?
     
  2. Dadelius

    Dadelius Regular Member

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    You can use whoisguard to hide/mask your email from prying eyes.
    They won't be able to see who owns the domain

    When protection is turned on (can be turned off easily) our email and address shows up. When some one sends an email to your uniquely generated [email protected] address, we will in-turn forward it your real email address which you specify. This essentially masks your email from the outside world!
     
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    wpbacklinks Elite Member

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    i don't know what you actually asked. but if you ask to hide your whois, just buy or most of hosting providers give you free whois privacy... and then get your private ns,
     
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    nsk15 Newbie

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    Try whoisguard or contact your hosting to know additional privacy features provided by them
     
  5. Grizzy

    Grizzy Senior Member

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    Domain privacy is of course a necessity, but keep in mind it won't in any way prevent complaints from reaching your hosting company.
     
  6. Parsin

    Parsin Newbie

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    it's like grizzly sad, this kind off protection don't protects or hide you for real. For a real protection you need a good offshore hosting
     
  7. Yukinari84

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    For mild things, you can use WhoIs protection which you can get when you register your domains. You can also use fake info or a combo of both.

    For heavy BH stuff, you should be investing in some private off-shore hosting definitely.
     
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    buy dedicated ip or rent vps :D
     
  9. GoldNotes

    GoldNotes BANNED BANNED

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    Can someone please recommend off shore hosting allows spamming?