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IP address noob! :(

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by ninjastealth, Jun 13, 2010.

  1. ninjastealth

    ninjastealth Newbie

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    Hey guys i thought this might be a good website to ask how i would go about changing my IP address to an actual IP i want? The only method i know of at the moment is just to turn of my modem for like 30 seconds and restart it but that just gives me a random new IP.

    I am wondering if i can like create a list of IPs that i want and just change them to those easly?

    Will changing IP address and clearing cookies and flash cookies make you appear as a completely different user on the net?
     
  2. cyanide

    cyanide Junior Member

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    Code:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proxy_server
    Read up. There's proxy lists and proxies for sale on this forum.

    Also, Google is your friend.
     
  3. ninjastealth

    ninjastealth Newbie

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    If i decided to just use the method of unpluging my modem everytime i need to change Ip addresses wouldent this make whatever account i was loggin into look a lil sus? Wouldent websites prefer that you stayed on the same IP for your account that way they know its you for sure?
     
  4. ninjastealth

    ninjastealth Newbie

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    that proxy wiki is pretty damn technical. Can any one sumarise it and tell me exacktly service i will need to go for to hide my IP completely between accounts?
     
  5. essares1

    essares1 Junior Member

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    if you are resetting ur modem and your ip is changing then you are ok. don't worry
     
  6. blackheader

    blackheader Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Here you go: http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/proxies/23106-how-set-up-proxy-your-browser.html

    It´s a how to guide that expains you how to set up a proxy.
    BTW: the method you use to change your IP is useless, when it comes to hiding. It gives you just another IP - address, but you are still identificable.

    So what you need is a proxy either public (google for "fresh free proxy" --> highly annonoumus) --> but very unsafe. OR private proxys, that you have to pay for.

    And don´t forget to delete cookies, flash cookies. If you don´t do that a proxy is useless. [and you should consider to get a mac changer (smac, for example)]
     
  7. ninjastealth

    ninjastealth Newbie

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    Yeah but wouldent having a constantly changing IP address on a website account arouse more suspicion? If your logging into the account with the same IP it would make you seem more "normal"??? Like some websites would ask for certain details everytime u try and log in or do something on an account that changes IP addresses allot. and what if for some reason i dident have these details but wanted to avoid this happening in the first place? So i really wanna stick to the same IP addresses for the accounts.
     
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    ninjastealth Newbie

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    I dont want to hide. I want to keep the indentity of each website account seperate on there own Ip addresses so as not to link them.
     
  9. Mr Ex

    Mr Ex Regular Member

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    Oh my gosh, just google static ip service ffs. Don't be so lazy.
     
  10. essares1

    essares1 Junior Member

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    For many people just like you who have dynamic ip allocation from their ISPs it's natural to have IPs changed everytime they login. Websites know this for a fact. So you wouldn't be in a problem because your IP is changing everytime you login. that's ok
     
  11. cyanide

    cyanide Junior Member

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    Just allocate a proxy to each account and use that same one each time you log into / use the account.
     
  12. MisterGemini

    MisterGemini Senior Member

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    No.. multiple IPs is not suspicious.. what is suspect is when the IPs are geo-diversified. It's not typical of a user to be logging in from Florida Ip one day, and then Washington the next, and then New York the next, and then Canada later.. you get the idea. That's all that matters.

    Download Click&Clear firefox addon and erase all of your browser data including LSOs. Just changing your IP doesn't cover your track when your computer is broadcasting the same user data.

    It is perfectly common otherwise to have a changing IP.

    You would think for a user named 'n i n j a stealth' you would know the basics like this. :confused:
     
  13. ninjastealth

    ninjastealth Newbie

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    If changing IP and chaning Windows xp user accounts between the website accounts enough? or do i still have to delete cookies and flash cookies?
     
  14. MisterGemini

    MisterGemini Senior Member

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    Once again.. YES.. that's what was posted in the message above.

    Get Click&Clean Addon for Firefox and use it with your browser.
     
  15. ninjastealth

    ninjastealth Newbie

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    wtf? i thought that cookies were seperate between user accounts so why would i need to delete them?
     
  16. crebbz

    crebbz Junior Member

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    It's a lot easier and faster to clear your cookies than to switch to a different windows user account...
     
  17. cyanide

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    ..you already got an answer don't be all "No why." about it. Cookies attach to the internet browser, and that isn't user specific I'd think. But I'm not great at computers so.
     
  18. ninjastealth

    ninjastealth Newbie

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    Yes but i want to keep the cookies per each account....
     
  19. beatbox

    beatbox Registered Member

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    Changing user accounts will mean you have fresh flash cookies specific to that user account.
     
  20. cyanide

    cyanide Junior Member

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    And I have learned something new today :)
    Thank you.