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Is there a better alternative for multiple users on single computer?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by meverest8, Dec 8, 2015.

  1. meverest8

    meverest8 Newbie

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    Can somebody please tell me if the method I am currently using is effective or if there is a much simpler alternative? There is this website that I need multiples users/log-ins for and they ban you if you create multiple accounts. I have Virtualbox and I made an operating system and cloned it multiple times. So each time I need to log in, I sign in to to my VPN service and activate it. Then I launch about 2 or 3 of the Virtual box OS's and log into my vpn service again. I feel that this is very time consuming and that there is a much better alternative. Can somebody please help?
     
  2. bartosimpsonio

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    You need multiple computers outside your computer. Virtual Machines in your PC look like the same computer to the outside world, just different browser strings and such.
     
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    There are steps one can take to definitively delineate devices created from one device, but it largely employs deployment strategies beyond the scope of this question. I use a variation of the ops approach with the exception that I have multiple VPN memberships with multiple providers, and this allows me to log into each individual VM from a separate account. Of course you can then further rotate browsers if you need, or create independent firefox profiles and tie them to specific private proxies.

    There are a lot of ways to accomplish what you want OP, but you failed to clearly identify your exact need enough to where a more specific solution could be suggested. As far as I am concerned if your current solution is working you may want to stick with it for a bit while you develop your new approach. Hit me by pm with more details if you want, and I'll let you know a number of alternative approaches. Good luck!
     
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    How can one detect multiple VM guests and link it all to one host? He can't if...you spoof all fingeprinting data and change it with every request.
     
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    One thing you might be missing from OP is that he is basically creating clones of the VMs, and using the VPN on the HOST machine and using his VPN on the host as well as on the actual VMs themselves. In this way if NAT is employed - all his IPs externally are the same. Additionally he probably shouldn't be logging into the VPN from the host machine, and then ALSO logging in on the VMs. He should just be logging in on the VMs in my opinion.

    At some of my VPN providers using their IP to access the service could easily create an issue with non-compliance or due to an active user limit. For sure at HideMyAss this would cause a problem of likely having too many active users.

    OP - why are you logging into the VPN on the host device? Just launch your VMs and log in from there. I can think of a lot of technical glitch developments from using certain VPN providers on both a host device and your virtual machines. You also can look at alternative automation procedures such as software, bots, imacros, etc...
     
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