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is it the IP you login on, or used to create?

Discussion in 'Associated Content & Writing Articles' started by halifax123, Nov 10, 2010.

  1. halifax123

    halifax123 Power Member

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    Hey everyone,

    I'll probably use different ID's for creating pseudonyms for
    article directories....

    is it the IP you created the particular account on?
    or is it the one use to "log-in" on that they might
    scrutinize for whatever reason?

    And if I'm just changing my own IP, the prefix portions of the
    IP stay the same, it's usually just the last few digits that change

    any idea what they may look for if they ever got suspicious?

    and which ever way you do believe, any corroborating info or evidence
    you have on this point?

    Hali~!:)
     
  2. halifax123

    halifax123 Power Member

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    look guys,

    I hear a lot of people say it's the one you create an account on
    but why can't they as well do it on what you log in on?

    is it not viable?

    comon folks give me some feedback!
    I'm not asking to bear your child! just your experience!

    hali~!:)
     
  3. Dragn

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    Most every website ive ever seen will track both the "Creating" IP along with the "LOGIN" IP.

    Why? Cause over time, weeks, months, years, pretty much everyones account will gather new IP's, so it's like a log.

    Your login IP will be the most recent available, so thats what an admin will normally check first, but it's really up to whoever is looking if they want to hassle you about an older one.

    Beyond that, your prefixes on your IP will always be the same, they are based on your location.