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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by michuricane, Apr 3, 2017.

  1. michuricane

    michuricane Junior Member

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    I use HMA to change IPs, but a website is recognizing me
    I tried using CCleaner, deleting flash cookies, temp files, but still no luck
    And no, they didnt ban all IPs, they are showing me the IP that they banned before, even if I change to a new IP, they have a way to find me
    The only way I managed to log in again, is when I changed the browser, but then again I could not use that browser again
    I know formating my computer would work, but Id rather try to find where the file is located
    I tried Appdata /roaming, temp folder, etc.. no luck, cannot find where the file is located ( if it is even a file)
    And I dont think it is my mac address, because it worked changing browsers
    Something even weirder is they never ban me that way on another computer
    I even tried disabling Javascript, but then the site doesnt work
     
  2. michuricane

    michuricane Junior Member

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    Or is there a programm to see what files the website is searching when I log in?
     
  3. Bruut

    Bruut Regular Member

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    outsource and scale it up...
    They probably use proxy filter list hma is popular and free so its on the list.
     
  4. michuricane

    michuricane Junior Member

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    No, it's not because of HMA
    As I said, they are showing me on what IP they banned me, and changing IPs, cleaning everything doesn't help
    I suspect they have a file hidden on my computer
     
  5. the_demon

    the_demon Jr. Executive VIP

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    They could be tracking you with Adobe Flash or Microsoft Silverlight cookies.
     
  6. cnick79

    cnick79 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I'm wondering if they are creating a fingerprint instead of a cookie. Basically, it's an ID based on your browser, user agent, plugins, etc... The fact that you said it worked when you used a new browser despite everything else you tried leads me to believe it's a fingerprint.

    If this is true, you can take a browser that doesn't work and install a plugin and try again.
     
  7. Bruut

    Bruut Regular Member

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    try and use https://www.torproject.org/