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I love community college

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Website, Oct 18, 2009.

  1. Website

    Website Supreme Member

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    Not for educational puposses, but because they have huge computer labs. And some of these labs each computer has a unique IP address. It's like having 100's of DSL speed proxies at your beckon call. Downside: you have to become a 'student' but $60 tuition for daily access to 100's of IPs seems worth it to me.
     
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  2. zSpyderx

    zSpyderx Junior Member

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    Yeah fast proxies that are far easier to switch between = win
     
  3. tonlilaz

    tonlilaz Executive VIP Premium Member

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    interesting..

    will have to take a trip to one about half a mile away from here...
     
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    LOL, I've been using my schools computers to post for quite a while now... best untapped fresh IP's
     
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    rocsk79 BANNED BANNED

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    damn this is ingenious! I actually thought about picking up a couple of classes at a comm. college for some skills that I can bundle with IM'ng. Now I got more of a reason. thanks
     
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    May I ask how you could benefit from this? I go to a college with a huge campus and through my student id i have access to around 400-500 computers with unique IPs every day (library, computer labs etc.). Of course, there's no way i could use all of them in a day, but what is a good way to monetize 100 different unique ips for example? I used to post on CL and that went fine until i think they started geo targeting or something because i didnt get any responses for several consecutive times.
     
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    doroftei Junior Member

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    Wow thank you. It's like one of those things where you just go ... how come i didnt think about it? I used to extract thousands of CL emails and send them to an email submit cropped offer and I would worry so much about blanking the referer until I learned how to do it properly...but once i did it i never thought to fill out my own offers, although the ips are still pretty similar, like at least at the library, it goes one by one...only a digit differs on an ip, will that still work?
     
  9. suave

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    get some other student to post for you and you have a way to ride tru college free. did the dude from subway (jerret) do something like this in college?

    Suave
     
  10. azxten

    azxten Junior Member

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    I'm 99.99% sure there aren't "hundreds of IPs." All you're seeing is the local IP on your school network. On the other side of the router in internet land it's going to be a single IP or maybe 2-3 different IPs at most.

    They might get away with more spam though by being flagged as a large source of traffic or something. Meaning if you post from home 1,000 times it looks strange because you're in a IP block owned by a personal ISP. However, colleges and businesses might get some leeway since they have a legitimate reason to be causing so much activity and their IP probably belongs to a business ISP range.
     
  11. tgtommy

    tgtommy Newbie

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    lol unique ip address in a public place. why not just mail with a desktop mailer.