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IPRental / Mac / Proxy Question/s

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by conrad, Sep 19, 2009.

  1. conrad

    conrad Regular Member

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    Hello, I'm new to ip proxies but quickly learning my stuff. I only run macs at my house, my question is does anyone know of system like IP Rental for mac, or how I could run completely anonymously on the web for uploading. I was trying basic HTTP proxies through my browser, but the connection ran slow and I was reading that it does not really mask your true identity and can easily catch if spamming.

    What are some solutions for me?


    Thanks,
    Conrad
     
  2. webatomic

    webatomic Regular Member

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    Google "Netshade" for the Mac
     
  3. justone

    justone Elite Member

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    Is your business legal ?
    Checkout www.seo-proxies.com (sales thread here), it works fine for the mac as well.
    Premium quality: fresh IPs (not used before as proxies), highspeed, a nice webtool for control and API support with PHP examples and an iMacros example (myspace account creator)

    If your activity is not legal you'd probably better not use a private proxy! ;)
    In that case maybe use Tor ? (yes slow .. but secure)
     
  4. justone

    justone Elite Member

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    If you need anonymity Tor is the most secure way to gain it you can find on the internet at this time.
    Except if you're an expert in the dark arts, then you won't need it.

    But Tor will most likely be too instable and slow for most jobs. If you just need untraceable anonymity without any bandwidth requirements it's the easiest and probably safes way to go.
     
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