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I know many of you hide your IP via Socks or Proxy, sorry but that's shit!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by fcuku, Sep 2, 2009.

  1. fcuku


    Aug 17, 2009
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    I know many of you hiding IP's via Socks or Proxy..that's shit...sorry but if they have Java they can get your IP even if u are connected through Socks.

    Are you ready? Here goes nothing...

    1. Local IP > AOL ( using aol 9.1 or AOL desktop 10.)
    To configure your IP to use AOL USA IP class you have to do go to:

    Open Aol 9.1 > Connection options > Advanced Broadband Settings > continue > & at Broadband u will see something " You are curently editing settings for Broadband, than click and go down to Add a Broadband profile > Put any profil name you want > than down to Connection Type click on Home Network. and SAVE

    This is how you get private IP from AOL.

    BUT what you guys didn't know and I am 100% sure about that...AOL have their IP in blacklist. So to have a PURE and NON blacklisted IP from AOL, you have to:

    Connect using this settings, test your IP at hxxp://www.showmyip.com/?version=full

    and see if your IP address is from United States verified, if yes then disconnect your connection and close AOL.

    Download and install AOL Desktop ( AOL 10 ), configure it with the same config as 9.1.

    Re-open AOL 9.1 from Program files > AOL 9.1 > waol.exe then try to connect, You will get an error first time but second time it will work

    Usualy 70% of times it will give you an IP with 172.191, 172.192, 172.193 many of those IP's are not in blacklist.

    For those who post on Craigslist often, you may be able to get away with posting without any PVA using these IP's like I did. I'm not sure how long this is going to last as Craigslist is really cracking down for each categories.


    If you get a blacklisted IP, try renewing your connection and creating new accounts with AOL. Rinse. Repeat.

    To test whether your IP is blacklisted, you can simply go to:


    If you get this "You need to have a Craigslist account to post to cars & trucks - by owner on chicago craigslist. " then your IP is blacklisted.

    If you got a page with GREEN and you can add your description on your "car" then your IP is not blacklisted. Proceed with listing your ad.


    2. Local IP > VPN

    hxxp://findnot.com < Very good service.

    3. Local IP > TOR

    TOR has been covered and raped here many times, do a search and you'll find TOR here.

    To see whether TOR works or not, you can go to:

    Computer/Device Properties (as of August 21, 2008 07:00 UTC) you will see your computer DATA, than open TOR put as socks TOR port and than OPEN again this website...YOU will see the data from there was changed...SO when you are doing CARDING...even if you are not connected from your IP address and u are using all kind of softwares to change your IP..this DATA will remaine 100% sure in their database if they asking for this data...BUT with TOR...no more information about your computer: Operating System Platform, Screen Width: Screen Height: etc.


    Now for those who are fucked up on their mind and want to go the extra distance on hiding their IP address...You can use this:

    Local IP > VPN > Proxifier + TOR + Remote desktop connection or Socks. AOL or CS wont work with Proxifier + TOR.


    Local IP > VPN > AOL > TOR and you can change TOR's last IP every time you want but make sure to modify the config.


    Usualy I only use VPN but sometimes if I need to, I use Local IP > VPN > Proxifier + TOR + something else :p

    P.S: Don't try to use LOCAL IP > Socks ...this is shit. use LOCAL IP > VPN or TOR > Socks. This is a safer approach.


    TOO HARD? Then try this...

    Use IP Security Policy Management

    Go to Start -run type MMC then add IP Security Policy Management. Save changes. Now your IP is good to go =)
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    Last edited: Sep 2, 2009
  2. betster77

    betster77 Regular Member

    Mar 21, 2009
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    Great share, thanks. now I'm trying to remember the name of that medicine that's good for dizziness...
    Last edited: Sep 2, 2009
  3. Jared255

    Jared255 Jr. Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

    May 10, 2009
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    Boston, MA
    Great share. Thanks for the info, I'm looking for a cheaper proxy solution ;)
  4. hotsearch

    hotsearch Newbie

    Feb 20, 2010
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    Does this still work?